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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896031701 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. T'Tmr - ss f&T9l,rPwTf VOL. XXV. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 17. 1896. OF A LOCAL NATURE. FRANKFORT. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 5- - h -- The wife of our friend, LLC. Ha 1, of E. C. W Takes In the Capital and Tcl.'s Sovpnty-tw- o mere About it. Ann Somerset, has jnni preBsnted him with suiio and una 3,001 dtllniut tongue, llarrt 1.1)00 diilerout n?liimm Kxpecting to Hee either a Senator electinp'.etH all girls. are about Mm Kxibeth Itbinaou wws "at -Tho Methodist revival Ht DmiTlllo Philip Moberly and Kobort flam ed or tlio fur fly from some of tho hot has arousm! great religious tintlmnlasm houm" t a number of fritmila Saturday wereent;n given two yonrs foi rnulo heads at Frankfort I went over Saturday in company with my friend, J. Warren stealing in Garnird. and tho Christian church will folio' It wotting. Mr. 8. H Anderson mid 10 aures of I( in reported that tho South Boston Hocker, but Rtrango to wiy we sw neithup with a meeting was olected of course Key. Trenton Bond, a aitaiiCMiini, " "inn iyins on tin new wativiiiu piko Iron Wo; kg, at Middleshnro, has been er. No ' and will not boas far as that is concern piirelMsed by the L inn I N. for half a wnlury, dld in Ail to Mr. Collier ut f M). minister K-- v. H W. P. NUon prtrachmi the tin-an- d A freight train on tho C. S. mad an fd, and a more orderly body of Kentuck-iaiiderson countv Saturday, "god 72. A wi(o inhabit the world -- The IjuW bbwi) Aid Swiety nirrmon witn Jir. will merit m DISPOSING OF - r - -- i Killer V. N. Brlnr won flrll honara clmruli Hominy night. -- Mr. Waller Pntthur died laBt week in tlio College ( tti Bible ut Islington ' lit noma in this cooty Htthit nilvano-Lanaasta- r, oloea of 32 and it L Davidson, of in a afur a niton iliuets of tho first in th oollejt of rlH d ajt of 76 imiitMMiia. in a claw of 21. W. II. Uumtnuw botight a (arm of L. H. It 1h ot uulikuly that neur Pfimermrsviho been at outa with his I Mr. Jswl lioluela fitlne, who hm I congregation at Georgetown, will riMHain forfoSo. Tho laltor will loav shortly Pac for Kansas. nimtor of tho Christian ohuron . Died, ntlhickojre, at the residuniw ol ban been patched up, temporarily at bar grandfather, Mr Hpiijiiiiiiu Potts, least. Kider J. T.Shsrrard writes tin that V.ilinn Prathor, infant daiunur of .Mr. ho 18 getting on famously in his now and Mrs. Prather. The A. F. F. Club nxs-nt- ly organfield, Stanford. Sundiy tho iniwionary ized by hoiiii of the yonner h wiety peo offering of hm church amounted to ple imro wm uieot ruurmiuy evuuing 11)2 GO against M0 hut year. -- Cy miliaria nine children survive him l Kdr i , Democrat. Tho Southern P4bvtprijnn in Urn Synod of Kentucky vill meet as Louisville, at Shelby villa, May 7; Paducah, at Marion, April 1; Muhlen-burat Bowling Grou, April I); Kben-ezentGatlutlaburg, April SI; TriimyU varila, at Somerset, April 21; Vet Lexington, at Mt. Storting April 21 Some, wtokn ago, tholightuingMtruek a Methodist church in QuakrrUiwn, N.J. Forty persona were injured bvthonhook, ono fatally. Thii event caused many to think that it was the indiunation of Heaven a'iinet Ilia Iutliary o( tho clnuch; and now a revival ban como and 75 persona bvo been oonvertml and joined tho church. Hither from lb fear that a collection would bo ukuu up or on aeoouut of the bad waatbur, a very ainall crowd wy preaent at tbu ineatiiiK called for Sunday nlnht at tho Ohriatiiii ohurch to iIihcuwi the Annuuian ijneatlon. Hev. J. T. Sharrard and S. M. !.OKn apoka and thoflo who beard thorn nay that their woro very ilno Tim Jeaaatnlnu Journal wiy that Klder V. W. Dons' mHtinit at Ansota, Iud., haarf?nlted in 128 addiiiona to th church, nolwltbetandint! when the town was laid out it wh with th undoratand-ini- ; that no church should ever point itH spiru heavonward at that placo. It look ita namairom ono of tho most confirmed infldela tho West baa ever known, and ho waa joined by othera of bin own faith until It aeomod that no roligioua dt.'iioini-natlo- n would aver triumph the.ro. fol-loei g, r, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 100 bushela of blue srs" eced lor eale at 35 ceiita a buaho). II. K. Weareu.' NetrahippedlBBt week 1,600 dozen ecus, an averaso of 750 dozen per day. rjm .' Kiebmond PantaKraph. Th Aiiatralian otartinifrnHchino will need at the aprinj; running intotlni; bo at LoxitiRton, April 27 to May 5. lou Hai.k. Good work mule, 10 handri hih, perfectly sound and worka any where. J. B. Hiina, Stanford. John 11. Johnson, of Uoylo, bought in tho West Kud of Lincoln and in Gabey heifers and trteers a hunch of extra at '21 to 3c. II. H. Thnrninn, who took bis bunch of lieail of cattlo to Lincoln county January, where ho fed thorn for last awhilo, baH sold them, RveiaKlnR 800 bia Spectator pounds, at I J. B. May, of Lexington, baa invented a homo break, that la said to braafc, clean and hackle, at one and tho biune time, from 2.000 to 2,500 pounda a day. Only two men and ono horse are required to oporato it. At L. G. Jones.' salo of Poland Obi nahoKSutTowandn, 111., last week 31 bead averaced $33 GO, tho highest price prt waafSofora bow. Fourteen heal of Shorthorn cattlo woro pold on tho tamo day at an avoraco of J. V. Givena is back from Lexing ton, Misa.aftera very satisfactory trip. HodippoHed of 10 inulea and horses at fOotoflBO. Tho section ia In n vory prosjierouHConditionlat present, more 60 than since tho war, holthinks. Lady Do Jarnette, tlio famoiiH show mare, who baa taken more premiums tliau any iiarneea homo, liviuu or dead, was found dead in her.stall at Ool. John T. HuRhcB' stock fariu,;near Muir, where ehB had been sent by hor owner to he bred. -- Paris Kentnckiau. B. G. Kvans, administrator of J. OwBloy Kvans, advertisea bis personality for sale next Thursday, 19th, at his homo Perry-vllltwo mdea from Danville on tho piko, to begin aflO o'clock sharp. It includes 25 good horaea'.and brood marcs, by noted sires, 15 .mules, Jersey cows, hogs, corn, oats andlfarming utensils. During tho past slxlmonths ono firm, Scoggsn Bros., and tho lother big ilrm, ltoach & Co., have sent about 20,000 Hartman, ol West Va,, mules 8outh. They rcn(?od;in price from hii been subject to attacksTunnelton,about once a of shipped many ymr and would have to call colic a doctor and then f 05 to 100. They also sutler lor about 12 hours as much as some do when mules North, to Pennsylvania and other they die lie was taken recently just the same as These at other times and concluded to try ChamberStates, foriiBe in the mtnea. lain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrha-- Remedy, Ho Mulea are says, "1 took one dose of it and it gavo me relief $00 to $125 each. brought In rive minutes. That is more than anything elso worth on on average of $20 more than a has ever dune lor me." For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. year ego. Bowling Green Democrat. kc-O'- 1 1 1 cnta.-Colum- o During the wsh hardly ver een hour beavwKt'e tirn of '2 mih'ri Itefore Doing Same. Jack Chiun and Jim Wiljoint seeaiou tween Nhw Orleans ami Oiucinnati. There nm 17b canes on tho dookot of liams were ut the iloori-- usual, buttheto Our the I'nlifki circuit court a'bieb oonven was notniog for them to do. Nobcdy tried to forco the wy in and probably it ml yeamrilay. l."50 of which aro Cominori-Wfitltwas fortunate that such was the oafe. A. G. Davenport, aged 7t found Visitors vroro not permitted even in tho dead in his hud nar Duanivllle, Mercer lobby. This Season is Equal to any Tlio Sennto wne a busy scene with He had been a Rnllerer from noiiutv. Mer-srs- . Brnristnu and (ioebel, tho evident rheumatism for years. Mrs. Kit Hull, who had 11 children leaden. Our Senator, Mr. Ly, did not Iwf'ire, ave birth to thre girls the other ausiver at roll call, but came in in time to Hats, Shirts, Neckwear and Furnishing Goods day. say the Somerset Paragon. Trie Iiiko part in tho joint eegsion. Senator weigh 2, 3 ind !lj pounds and Deboe whs a conupicuous iiguro and was triplets IDIE-AJDfrequently on his feet, at was W. W are still living. At Harrodsbtiri!. John Anderson, a Stephenson, of Mercer -- Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. During the joint session Gov. Bradley deaf mute, wmh run over by a freight mth MiMUraco Kltiuuird. and Adjutant General I). It. Collier, who on trie Louisville Southern nnd instantly Miai Cettio Timrinontl, of Lincoln, it killed. Ho hud been picking up coal were, together in tho lobby, showed signB to teaching a Spring term of echool acatterwl Hlong the track. of uneasiness and held several private at bif.imore V.ilUy, a aehool hoiiM on dipt. Thomas Kosser, of Virginia, is cjiiBultatione. Alter adjournment they Sngsr Creek, very soon. Sho couai well a cust of Iuh brother, Major K. IJoeser. left together and looked in much better J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky reeoiiiinonded hh a teacher. spirits. The two brothers last saw one another Joseph L. Franuis, a worthy, Indus-tnou- s in lS'itl, and the meeting Gov. Bradley's hard work i'b telling on wb a most haphim and he looks thin and worn out. lie yoiiiij; mm of tho Poiut Leuvult py one. Harrodshurg Democrat. nuighborhood, haa liought an iuturet in Green Johnson, who dwindled Idol expressed himeelf to a crowd of which I Mr. J. (J Miller'u uiuai market at ICich A Proctor out of f273 or' more, and skip a member as being already tired of the mond and Alii hurunfter claim that city pod and who wns indich'dgior tho nflemo ollice and spoke of his fondness for his Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is ad tun home. in ISO I, ban been nrrt-in Lnniaviile! (luiet nomo u Lanwater. Said he, "I Diea, Thursday at her homo at Buck- and lodged in tho Bell county jail. was in Louisville some time ago and a now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. eye, Mrs. Wm. Hay, wife of one of the Charles Keuner, late of Stanford, clerk at the unit Mouse registered mo arc all bought Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and ChilMtmilhiet-- t i uuixei8 of th.it place. Stiu has rented tho lato Lanhatn property on from Frankfort. I had htm change xihh in tier (ibili year and leavea alius Laurel avenue, ami has titled it up for a immediately to Lancaster. I love tho dren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods Imud.tao sons anil three daughters to first class bakery and also kecpa a nice liter placo far dearer than I do Frank and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact mourn tier death. In Gents' linu of caiidiui, nuts, fiuils, otc Corbiu fort and it is and always will be my every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. .Mrs. . M. Kuylcomiall, wife of tho Kutorpribo. homo." Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. populur paotor of Mm Fork otiurch, gavu SHOES. You must sec them to appreciate them. Leather ha3 Jerry Twwiiiey died at his homo The democratic officers and clortB have a birth day dining to a number of friends near Harrodshurg. Some days ago while about all left Frankfurt save ono or two declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. Iiiht week. Middtti Lenu Potie, Niinnio chopping wood he severely I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell CARPETS. cit his Hot. of the latter in Auditor Stone's ollice. and Aleck Kemper, of Boyle, urrn This ns followed by peritonitis, canning The republicans now iiavo tho hide, tail them very cheap. among the guesta death. For many years lie una an ex- and all, und wo shall eeo how many of tho Green Coffee 20c, Arbucklqs 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. Muw NauniM llama etiturtHintxi a tensive stock trader. promises made during the last campaign price before you buy, Rice 5c lb , 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. pon of Robert they will fulfill. d number of frieuda at the homo of her rim can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. A Mre. Jennie. West, Friday evening. Mclutyro, a Washington county farmer, The court of appeals was in session less S. D. Yowell, Salesman. Mita Harris, wlioso popularity is well fell into a noil and whs killed. than live minutes Stturday. Notwith The l.nuwu, proTullibreelf quite hxi adept at child's mother ia on the verge of insan- standing the fact it is almost a year be entertaining on this occasion. ity on account of tlu accident. She re- hind in its work it completed the day's CM work in that time and adjourned. A John iilll bought ul James Littroil a fuses to have the body buried. 1 s well paid body of men are tho judges of pair of work mules at ?5i). John Ball ird Henry Troxell, who escaped a bought a combined horse for 175. P. S. ago from tho Wayne county mob the court of appeals. Murray bought some 2 year-ol- d Will sell you at the lowest Cash price. Give us a call. "Blackburn's Headquarters -t- ho latch cattle of that hanged Fount Martin, whs arrested A. B Katrld;.) for ill). Charles Bur-dtt- n at Somerset. He siya lie knows the string always hangs on the outside," ia sold a lino lot of calves at $17.50. men who undertook to lynch him and tho inscription on a large placard tacked Tho many friends and relatives of will tell when he ia taken back to on the door of that gentleman's rooms at Mr. Uobert Lee Davidson, of this viciniHotel Frankfort. When wo called Jack Wayne. ty, are much gMtilled to learn that ho Ohiun welcomed us and Senator Black- Michael Furstell, who was masquerSeasonable goods in the Paint Line. haa received tho higheat mark for echol-arshi- p ading aa a priest at the Dominican mon- bnrn soon came in. They are a jolly pair) in bin art class this term. astery at St Itoa", and confessed to hav indeed and their rooms bad the appearMixed Paints, Varnishes, Wall Paper and Brushes. Mr. Charles Allen Thomas' lecture ing been a spy when arrested at D.n-villance of a place where lots of fun had Prescriptions accurately filled from only the Purest Drugs. Friday evening at the court house promis nor serving a term on been had. Mr. Blackburn was in line ises to be an intellectual treat. Tho tiie rockpile for taking a gun away with health and spirits and looked like a winW. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. gifted young divine is to make a division him. Ho was accused of being an A. P. ner, even if ho does prove to the con of the ptoceeds trary. his portion of it going A. hireling for furnishing the halls of tho new Bible! Our last hour or so in the Capital was The prisoners in the Harrodshurg College in Lexington. As this ia such a nars away the time by trying each spent in the penitentiary, where under worthy causu be is desirous of a full other for the crime charged. Faulkner the guid nice of Mack Ferrill we were houeo. Jordan acta as Commonwealth's Attor- - shown tho more interesting features. Mr. Mr, W. It. Wooley, of Decatur coun- - ney and succeeded the other day in se-t- y, Ferrill has charge of the pharmacy since Ind., ia here on a visit to bis Bister, curing a verdiot of 12 years against a Hume Clay waa pardoned and he is probMrs. Judge Patterson. Mrs. J. K. Pat- - negro for otealing a pair of breeches, ably tho most popular inmate of tlio inrick and pretty little daughter, KugoniH, says theSayingp. stitution. He is a "trusty" and instead are here, tho guests of relatives. Miss The executive committee of tho in- - of having to sleep in the little cells, he Knapp West visited Miss Octtvia Kern- oratorical contest met at has a nico room near tho hospital so as per Saurday niidSumUy. Mrs. II. (J. Lexington for the purpose of arranging to attend the wants of the sick. Mack is Paine, of Lexington, is the guest of her tho preliminary details of this year's a pretty fair doctor we were told and a mother, Mrs. Anne Hopper. Mim contest, which will he held at the opera pill maker from away hack. There are Moody Poultor wss a visitor at Mrs. Sam house Friday evening, April 30. Ken- 1,200 inmates no a; 1,157 males and 43 Spoonamoru'ri near Huublo on Saturday tucky Wesleyan College applied for females. Everything is kept aa clean hs and Sunday. Messm. Calvin Facklnr and a ne a-- pin and tho prisoners are as a gen POLITICAL POINTERS. Henry II. McKlroy, of Danville, were eral thing contented, if their looks indiguests Sunday of their friend. Casey Hon. N. B Hayes, of Pineville, has cate anything. Warden George takes a Guaranteed to give Satisfaction or no sale. Owsloy. Miss AuiMida !vtii ia visiting announced himself a candidate for elec- decided interest in the unfortunates and hor brother in Grab Orchard. Mth. Scott tor for tho Stato-at-largdoes all in his power to make their buron tho demoand daughter, .Mrs. Charles Glass, of cratic ticket. K. O. W. dens ns light as possible. NichoUsville, are visitors of Mrs. F.hz- ''0(1 delegates already Out of the ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. both M ison Coleman Lee is a visitor of nn(,u th St. Louts eon cention lOfi -Does Your- relativss in Louisville. Mr. A. L. Greene, filvor Mr McKuiley. 32 are for Mr. Al-- of Pure Strain Brown Leghorn eggs, GO Lexington, was hdra tlio latter of liHOII( s for Mr. Ul!ed 18 or Mr. qUBV( cents for 15. Best layers, nou setters. last week. Mr. J. Joseph and little son j () for Gov Morfon llIul 10 for Mr 0ui Lloyd Maret, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Arthur, are in Cincinnati. Mips Haltio torn. It t.kes 150 to nominate. Henry, who has bean tho guest of her An exchange says: 'At twenty when The Richmond Register eBya J. Speed aunt, Mrs. Garrison, at Kl Dorado, Ark., Smith, present clerk of the Houao at a man is young, he thinks he knowa it Or Varnish ? We arrived homo on Saturday. Misses Annie Frankfort, will be a candidate lot the all; he likea to wag his active tongue and Itobiusou, Sue Herriui; and Mamie Noel republican nomination for Congress in exercise his gall; ho struts around in a will visit relatives in DauvilloriHxt week this district, but adds tliat democracy haa noble rage; the world is all his own; he laughs to Bcorn tho world of Rge, and Mr. J. A. Newcomo waa hero last week nothiui! to fear if it puta up either Sam In that line and we fully warrant our goods. lists to self alone; he wears a window in in tho inturest of tho Louisville Commer- Owsley or Pryor Force. cial. Misa Lizzio Palmer, of Upper Gar-- - The Cincinnati Tribune after writing his eye to watch his whiskers grow; he We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accurard, has been the guest of hor sister, to the republican chairmen of all the thinks the ladies pine and die because racy and price. they lovo him so. At forty as you may Mrs. John M. Hlnirinbotham. counties in Kentucky iluds that MeKin- suppose, ho's knuckled down to biz; 'tis ' A card on tlio out.ulo of ollice door .a W ' """ Clioico ;u t- - coiumeB, uu uec- to lunch lie hack m ten minutes." And the 0nd choice after Bradley in 40 countiee, not till sixty that he knows bow big a man will be there on time. 1 hat is tor some days, ho is." week or even months he will. Then he willbc linking a total of SS counties. After a chump Somebody wrote to an editor of a of yho.!.,0a"n1,o1Jbyu0.,! Sr complimentary vote for Bradley, McKinbe mr felt he'll say he bad a lump in his stomach "r is the choice of S3 Ollt of a whole of country paper and asked how ho would and too inferable to move. The lump was probably two or throe luuches con- - 110. Of tho remaining .ll Counties, 11 do "break an or." Tho oJitor answered as 3 18 were not follows: "If only one ox, a good way UTnomB who "bolt." his lunches win f.nd lr , not (slve o Becond choice, I'lerce's l'leasant Pellets the bo.t friend ho ever j heard from, seven could not glVO flurea would be to hoist him by means of a chain attached to his tail to tho top of u There is no case ofbillousneM, constlpatson, in- - and OHO ia for AlHpon. In two "heartburn" or anyol the rest ol the tiHB tu tllBBCCOnil CIIOILB. uaaey IS pole 40 feet from the ground. We guarantee our Then nlthtmarebreedlnB brood that these littlo Pollcls will not cure. I hey euro permanently. Sends tlio only county in this section which is hoist htm by a ropo tied to the horns to cents in cent stamps to World's Oispenta y another pole. Then descend on his back Medical Association, Ilutlalo. N. V., and receive for McKinley first. Dr Pierce's 1008 page "Common Sense Medical a five ton pile driver, and and if that Adviser," profusely illustrated. uttich sermon at the Presbyterian pr Bill W 'if mwm imr w ffifa II 45jt5 OHEOfW Don't be Reckless, but if SEE OUR LINE yer, h. CLOTHING TaiEor Made Garments, . L"WA.!rTS IILST THE JAMBf HUSTONYILLE, KY. tm J 1 ei-t- r, throe-year-ol- 3-l- b few-week- W. B. McRQ Eras Drugs, Books, Stationery, e, 30-da- y jil M E - KEEPER' mm j The Improved Favorite Washing Machine and the Favorite Churn. SOLD ON TRIAL HIGGINS & McKINNEY. -- I HOUSE NEED PAINT, PAPER, EVERYTHING NEEDPU-L HAVE nn PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ' ! OFLJG & HOOKEiFt Cash Druggists: COUO-digestlo- u, i0,i 1 S. a The Central Methodist, Catlettaburg, tho ltv. Zdphaniah Meek, editor, will ente' upon its 30th year with tho first in April. In the 29 years there has not been a cbang in either the business or editorial management of the paper. Snow an inch deep fell at Aiken, S. Thursday. C, READY : MIXED PAINT U i11 la-B- ite don'tbreak him let him start a country We give lowest prices on Paints, newspaper and trust people for snbacrip To be full weight and measure. tions. One of these will do it sure. Oils and Painter's Supplies. A Kansas editor calls every man who pays a year in advance "colonel;" Biz months, "major;" three months, " the othera "Mr." "cap-tain;- Get Our Prices Before Buying. You'll find that we will save you money. .4,. , -- . " mi-Wee- kly Interior Journal 1896 Stanfokd, Ky., . March 17, W. P. WALTON. State Guards Take Hand in Electing a II a ili urn im r h IT; ti B ' irr. Primabially the rcpublicxnp are to b'.atno for the disgraceful proceedings at Frankfort. If Woodford G. Dunlnp wan By giving yau a little more and taking a little less than any one entitled to the seat that Kauffman hRd else. Wc give our customers the benefit of the occupied nearly nil the session, they quitted. Bhould have Riven it to him, but the fact who Willis Hollls, an that they waited bo long and then acted had cruelly beaten his wife and burned when there waa no contestant, shows up his household furniture, nan taken that it waa a political trick, without the AnlsSovoroly Condemned. from jnil at Mitchell, hid., by white-cap- s Bemblonce of justice. But two wrongs Thk disgraceful stato of Btlaira at and whipped no that lie will die do not make a right and tho action of the Dr. D'lestrow, the St. Lou's inlllinii Senate in unseating men without trial Franfort climaxed yesterday, when three companies of State guards wore ordered alro who kilUd his wife and baby, ln and hardly without charge ia equally if been sentenced to hang April 2'J. If ho not more worthy of tho condemnation of to Frankfort and put in charge of tho feolr the halter draw, it will be, one all fair minded men. If Senators Walton State House. Gov. Bradley's reasons for It pays you to trade here because you get what appealing to military is that power case in which money could not thwart Possible every time. and James were not entitled to the Beats Speaker Blanford and Lieut. Gov. Worth-ingtoyou like and what you need. You certainly will be out of the swim justice. they had occupied unmolested for nearly An unknown moonshiner ws ahol if you y had filed sflidavits with him two months, they should have been fired do not get some of the bargains offered by us in our new line and killrd in Morgnn county SnturdaT evening, charging intimidation at long ago. At any rate they Bhould have of Spring goods, as our staple and fancy dry goods, dress goods, fanby revenue otlicera who had been flrwd been accorded their plain privilege of tho hands of armed and desperate men, cy goods, notions, etc. &ome in; we want to get your good will for upon. Detfcttvo George Drake, of Le and that the civil authorities had utterly showing cause why they should not have one ol ttie oillcers, was wounded life. We give you honest merit and your money's worth in every failed to preserve order. Tho governor been. Under the forms of the law the in the lrg. House proceedings were regular, even if assigned as a further reason for his ac Wc arc receiving Frank I). Schniuck, formerly tion that D. Elliott Kelly, a newspaper they wore despicable, but the action of at Saxony, JHlWeon conntv, was the Senate wbb revolutionary and solely correspondent, had informed him that convicted of withholding letlirs of the executive waa to bo arrested, and retaliatory and must' react on the party to Irs snccecHOr, of furling his a which must be held responsible for it. that mob was to take possession of the own bond and of embezzling goveri State House. Then too the class of men that Black-bar- n ment funds. Tho Senate regards Gov. Bradby'a acand hia leaders have drawn about tion as Hobbins, democratic Congnwman nn infringmenton its prerogatives them is onough to disgust decent people. and will from Alabama, his been undated, and Every day. Ca'l a id look through. Our line of likoly have him brought before Jack Ohinn and his knife, Jim Williams it and NEWSY NOTES. Aldrich, the republican contestant, given tried for menacing a branch of the and others of their ilk have been kept at general assembly. There had beon no -- President Cleveland will bo 50 to- hia chair. This in the first caff ; OweiiN Frankfort solely as a menace to the re- appeal from will lime his face turned homeward the civil authorities for tho morrow. publicans, who, if they have been actua-teweeks. troops, but the governor cUims that that A Louisvillo grocer oilers 25 pounds by a desire to maintain the State's Judge Sterling B.Toney, who ia u is not necessary and add: I am the of best granulated sugar this week for honor and not by cowardice, deserve gruit stickler for puncutuality, turnrd up highest civil officer in the State, and I praise for not resenting the outrage. late in his court in Louisville Satorday Is complete Look at our line of think it my duty to preserve the peico Snow fell in Miseiss'ppl Friday and morninr, lined himself $6 and miIim). Ok finding that Gov.;Brdloy had sug- and dignity of theStato at all hazards. it is feared that the fruit crop is seriously (juentlv rviuitted it, with ad other fiuts There was great excitement when the injured. gested to the sherilTof Franklin that it imposed ourmg the week. Tlie lanre dry gooda store of K, H. waa his duty to clear the lobby of the riot bell was rung at Frankfort at 11 In a drunken row at Albany, Pierce bnnday night. Tho McOreary guards Stockton was fatally stabbed by John Nugent, at 4th and Green, Louisville, House of Representatives and tho cloak was badly datmtged ty lire, emoke and room of persons not entitled to be there, took possession of the State House and Morolaud. 1 ne loM is eHtimateii at about WHter. in order to prevent a conflict and possi the streets were crowded bb novor According to a Cuban ofllcer of high fMl.ooO and the inturance at f 110,000, The Lexington company nnd half rank, the insurgents have 100,000 men in fhe entire fire department wan ml led out And don't forget our complete Tailoring line for both'Shirts and ble bloodshed, Senator Bronston, who is TIih iare bicycle plant of thn Pope a public nuisance, worked himself up as of the Louisville Legion, with Gen. John the field. Suits Manufacturing Company, in Boston, wmh usual into a frenzy and denounced the B. Castleman in command, mued early A Chicago traveling man was shot gutted by fire, entailing a los of nearly Monday morning. governor in a most disgusting nnd unat Newport, Wash , by a man he won half million dollar. The HniTinvu Hoiihh nnd the Yotitli'a Companion for manner, adding that he was called FRA.NKFonr, March 1G, 3 v. m. State 1300 from. ready to give his life's blood to maintain Alaska will bo given a territorial building were damaged by water to the 10,000, his and the people's rights. Senator troops are on guard at tho Capitol. The government and allowed representation extent of J Senato passed condemnatory resolutions in Congress. Goebel said he would too and the WINTER CARE OF HARM HORSES. doughty warriors seemed on the point and there were stormy scenes, during President Cleveland has refused to of relieving Kentucky of her republican which the Blackburnitea scored the gov- pardon Cherokee Bill, sentenced to be Give lUjr t Nltfht, Other rood Mornlne itnil Noon. governor. Afterward they found that ernor foe and aft for calling out the hanged today. A: URRANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Tho best winter euro for farm horeri they had been doing the Don Quixote troops. Frank Harlan, of Carlisle, Ind., fell T; D. RANEY, Manager. Citizens held an indignation meeting into a well and was drowned while walk, hns Jong dwu a study with me, and in act, that the governor had done no moro its pnrsnit I haveinvoHtigatod tho moth-od- s at tbe Branch Stores: and also condemned ing in his sleep. than his duty, and an the dtilies put it, of many stables. I got my best hints they "gracefully" withdrew their offen- the governor. McKinley has capture! practically from tho Fuporintondeuta of tho btablu-- Paris, Carlisle, Mr. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthia na, i A ballot was held hut thore waa no the whole of Georgia's vote in the St. sive remarks. It ia the governor's duty Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort. Elizabeth- in Now York whoro tho horon usod by to see that the peace is maintaind at quorum. Another will bo taken to Louia convention. town, Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. tho various oxpress companion are kopt. every place and nt all times and if it morrow. No troublo and no collision At Niles. Mich . tho wife, of a Mor Tho horso has no largo stomach liko tho were not, we still bold as we have from yet. mon elder cut her husband's throat with pnnnch of rtiminnutH; bunco bnlky feed, liko hay utid gratis, mnt bo taken grad a butcher knife. the beginning, that bis act in calling to Sbnator Cullom Beems to have been Glajs Co. has just ually that is, :i portlou mnst bo taken military authorities his aid the civil and The Elwood, Ind., turned down in his own Stato of Illinois nnd digested Immoro would not be as reprehensible as that of turned out a plate glass 20x30 feet; the to advantage. before distend can bo taken To by McKinley and whatever boom he may tho Ftomach largest on record. the faction of the democratic party in with hay, especially dmtyhny, is to put calling out Jack Ghinn and Jim Wil- have bad for the presidencial nomination Jasper Sharp waa glvan a life sen- the boriso into tho worst possible condihas been frosted. Tbe Senator has servliams. tence at Brooksville, for the murder of tion for fast or hard work. Nothing so In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windotv Shades, Glass, ed his country long enough any way. prcdispOM'M to heaves or broken wind as is said that Capt. Sam M. Boone, of Ho is G7 years of age and has been in Mrs. George McClanahan. It Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Iowa has passed a bill which pro- to Htntl a horo with hay and tlmn work Somerset, who was saved and sanctified public office 43 of them, so it would hibits both the manufacture and sala of him hard, though why it is I have never Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and sec under Bro. Morrison's meeting at that Beem that it is time tho people were let been able to determine yet that is n fact place, will descend from the editorial tri ting him depart in ponce. The Senator cigarettes and cigaretto papers. I havo proved by wido observation. To A copy ol Audobon'a "Birds of best pod, throw away his Blackatone and givo is a Wayne county, Ky., product and moot tho conditions, then, I feed plates, hfs Ktich nn amount of hay at up his extensive law practice to become but for State pride, we would be glad America," with niht as been sold in New York $ 1.S00. shows will bo witen clm be- Next door to Farmers National Batik, Main Street, an evangelist. It would be just like him that he has at last struck a snag. and examine one At West Liberty a little child of H. fore morning. If any hon-- has any left to do so. He la a thorougly emotional H. Terrol whh fatally burned by falling in tho morning, it is taken out, and tho of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Ken-tuckSenator Walton owes it not only to body and usually goes with all his might mangors nro brnshed clean. Grain is and main into whatever strikes him as himself but to the State, to see that tho into a skillet of boiling candy. The postmaster at Kansas City, Kan- then fed aud again at noon, but no thugs who laid rough hands on him and bis duty to follow. Fifteen or 20 years moro hay is fod until night. By this ago he headed tho red ribbon crusade threatened to throw him over tho railing sas, blew out his brains when about to means tho horses can oat and digest tha for embezzlement. through this section and tho3e who to tho stone floor below, are punished. be arrested uecossary amount of hay while they are A big pool is being talked about in quiot iifthoir atnlls, but while at work remember him still retain some of Sonator Bronston is said to have npplied tho fire that he threw out in hia speeches a vilo epithet to tbe old gentleman, now Cincinnati to buy or lease tho Cincinnati during tho day they aro not inconvenienced by having tho stomach dlhtended Tbe "Old Pioneer" is a warm hearted, past three bcore and ten, which if true Southern. The L. and N. is in it. Itobrrt Edgren throw a 10 pound with it. Aftor sovernl years' trial I am as ever lived and we hope stamps him as any thing else but the bravo clever old soul convinced that horses ktop hoalthior he has at last found tbe culminating work and chivalrous gentleman he claims to hammer 117 feet and seven inches at nnd in bettor condition, at less oxpenno Seeding time is now right at hand,2wcthavcXtorge stock of Berkeley, Cal., and broke the record. be. of a rather checkered life. The Senate committee on Territories for grain, by this method of feeding contiu-ua- l Gov. Bradlkv baa given it out again has authorized a favorable report on the than by tho old fashioned way of Tuere is ooo of two things certain, eistuffing with hay. Tho be.t niranged ther the republican members of the and for the 'eteenth time that ho will not bill to admit New Mexico as a State. htables have tho hay manger intidu with Legislature are the most arrant cowards call the Legislature into extra session, alThe Houho committee aureed to re- a rack bottom, through which any dirt who ever wore shoe leather lor they are though it has done nothing for the relief port favorably a bill to appropriate f 0 or dust that may bo mixed with tho hay Embracing all of the most popular and approvedkinds. We handle and pa- of the treasury. We hope ho will atick will drop to the lloor. When thns con- nothing but teliablc and approved machinery. Come and for a public building at Lebanon. the most patient, examine triotic. They had everything last week to his resolve. Legislatures, especially Louisvillo railroads have adopted an structed, tho grain mangor is made our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting nnd so arranged with Hlats or to excite to wrath and violence, but eitler those like Kentucky's, are nuisances. agreement, which went into offect yesshort and we are offering special inducements to'close'out a niccline terday intended to stop ticket scalping, wiro netting that tho hor?o cannot easily of Buggies and Surreys. the fear of violating the honor of the movo his head to ono sido and slabbor Mr. Dunlai-'Stato or Jack Ghinn's knife kept them in refusal to qualify as tho Robert Glihb, a New York man, was oats on tho floor. With a littlo check. Possibly and decidedly more member from Lexington ia to hia credit. driven crazy by tho Itoontgen rays. He in tho lnamigument there is no W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. probably tbe latter, bnt if some of them He wasn't elected and has no right to believes people are looking through him. reason why tho farm horso hhonld not had made a target of tbe red head of the seat, except trie right whith the maLexington is at last under standard bo the hoalthlost and tho lnngust lived Senator Bronston most any court would jority would make of might. time. The change is due to the efforts horso wo have. Horso World. have acquitted them, had Jack permitted of the woman's club of Central KentucLAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. Abont Airnlfn. ky. to live to face one. the shooters At Peck, KansaB, one woman was Tho United States agricultural departUp to Sunday night Bnow had been The days of miracles and miraculous burned to death and another was fatally ment finds that alfalfa does fairly woll falling steadily all over Nebrska for 40 things are not post as many suppose and burned by tbe explosion of a can of coal iu tho eastern htates, but thrives mnch better in tho west and soutlmobt. Crini-6o- n oil. in which conclusion they will admit they hours. Singular as it may appear tho Senate Thomas Stone, of Peru, Ind., who clovor scorns to be tho substitute in wrong, when it ia told that a repubwere lican baa actually declined an office. The passed the undemocratic House compul- was bitten by a mad dog a few week tho northern and oastom states. Somoof ago, barks like a dog and snaps at all tho agricultural department's Huggos-tiougentleman who baa so suddenly and so sory election bill. as to growing and foeding alfalfa Up to Saturday and within two dayB who come near him. lastingly leaped into fame is E. U. oro these : A Chicago man lost his Bight and of Bowling Green. The sinking of the close of the constitutional term, Alfalfa does not attain maturity until commissioners notified him that ho the Legislature had passed but seven both of bis hands as tbe result of an ex- tho third or fourth yoar; thoraforo do fund plosion during an experiment in flash- not sow it expecting to got tho best had boen elected warden of tne Eddy-vil- le bills. And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. An adverse report was made to tbe light photographing. iu loss than that timo. penitentiary, but ho resolutely, firme at Owenton, Bud For n hay crop bow 20 to HO pounds In the ly and irravokably declined the job. Ver Kentucky Senate on the nomination of Dr. B. F. Porter, colored, to be third McDorman, a fighting character, was shot of Hood per aero. ily wonders will never cease. For a crop of toed how 1 4 to 1 8 jxmnds assistant physician at Lakoland Asylum. twice by Sheriff Juno Gayle, and perNext door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. per aero. belligerent friend, Dan E. O'Sulli- The republicans at last concede that haps fatally wounded. Our Do not plant alfalfa in nn orchard. van, who muBt have something to fight, the Senatorial situation at Frankfort is Tho Lakeland asylum commission rs Tho go down' dooper thau thoso of oven if it ia a wind mill, is engaged in hopelessly deadlocked, all efforts to in- havo at last disposed of tbejf 05,000 Stato tho roots fruit trees, and tho latter will uiako the rather silly performance of writing duce Mr. Dunlap to qualify having fail- building warrant which local financiers no growth, if indeed tboy nro not killTony Carroll'fl political obituary. If we ed. at first declined to discount. ed by the alfalfa. can read the signs of tbe times and diThe constitutional limit of the leeis- Memphis, Tenn., has 75,000 popula It is not safo to pastnro oithor cattlo vine the future by tho preBent, the Hon. laturo will ho reached Sixty tion squeezed into four square miles of or fihoop on alfalfa, as thoy nro liablo to Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Rkduce Pricks A.J. Carroll will be a prominent figure days and $00,000 havo been frittered territory; the city owes 13,100,800 and Ita bloat whon it is fod green. Feed them on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, tho hay or practico soiling. long after his defamers and their dogmas away and there iB absolutely nothing to property iB valued at 535,494,077. Thero is no bettor or choapor way of Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a show for it. are dead and forgotten. Frank Buchanan, a rolling mill foreThe Thorne privato brand bill, which man, of Birmingham, Ala., playfully growing hogs thun to pnsturo them on full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, ,and by alfalfa. Ono acre will furniih pastnrnge A Dknveh, Col., man left 150,000 of his prohibits distillers from using any other held up Policeman Georgo Bodeker at tor from 10 to 20 hogs per season selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have estate to the support of his favorite dog. name for thoir manufacture than their midnight Saturday night and tho officer, Horses can bo nastnrod on alfalfa. ever been offered here. fool. He ought to have n Dog-oauca a I died and gone to the place in which he own, passed both Houses and the Gov being unable to recognize him in tbe There is no hotter hay for work animals J or for yonng, growing stock. ernor will sign it. and kilUd him. now having tho fat fried out of him, ia darkness, shot U.S. Senator. Gov. Bradley Calls Out Three Companies, n St-urda- If there ia no election for Senator at Frankfort, Blackburn will servo until March 4, 1897, alter which there must be an election or a vacancy. The governor can not appoint. Gov. Bradloy has issued an order to the sheriff of Franklin county, which if carried out will result in the expulsion of Capt. Jim Williams, Jack Chiun and all other deputies sworn in by Sergeant-a- t Tho eergeant-at- Arms Sommers. aruiH claims to be backed by good authority and a.jB liis deputies will hold the fort. Kentucky is to have a Statt School of Inform. Tho bill as passed provides for a double or separate iustituion, one for boTH and one uirls. One hundred thous and dollars is to bo expended for the purpose by mx trustees, to be appointed by the governor, a majority of these trustees never to be of the 8nn political party or of tho same religious faith. The echool or schools are to be locattd bo as to b nevar nearer than within three miles of the corporate limits of any city. If Dr. Walton fulfills his promise of taking out warrants against Jack Chinn, Jim Williams, Bob Tjrler nnd the other rowdies who laid hands upon him, he will bav done the only creditable thing n rnnnnntirm with tlin whole wtlair. Dr Walton's four years' service through the war establishes his reputation for bravery and he ought to have the moral courage ti appeal to the law rather than depend apon himself to mainttiu his rights and dignity. Louisville Times William A Shoemaker, one of Arch fiend Holmes' attorneys, was deprived of the privileges of the Philadelphia courts for one year as punishment for crooked' noes. A .This is the way wc put you. Lexington man who Biied the W. U. Telegraph for 1,S00 for failuro to deliver promptly a message telling of the death of ills mother, got a verdict for $100. C. M. Cooprr, of Paintavlllo who was tried in the federal court on n charge of using the nulla for fraudulent purpose in connection with "Wid" Hall, was so IN THE SWIM pur-ches- e. pottt-mast- New Spring Clothin d CARPETS AND MATTING THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STjSlITFOKD, KIT., be-for- a. court-hons- e The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House hand-painte- d A. E. GIBBONS, o y. "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.' LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. eXV6rTT" 30,-00- long-sufferin- g s intelli-gentenr- o Spring Suits? Latest Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. ! a Beautiful Patterns, For-dyc- e, tt court-hous- Reduction In Prices to-da- A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. fi f V m I - ii ... r - -- ,.... .. fgfl O,-- " J'iJ i. u Stylish ojwra guards at DankV. Tina ia Gaiwhn seeds. Druggists. St. Patrick's day in the morn-in- . 1 Oraig & llocker Cash ally Wilbr was fined one cent and Makcii 17, 189G BrANFOitu, K.Y., costs yesterday for climbing on a freight SsrAitATK padlocka for bracelets at train at Rowland. Da tike. H. 0. RuLHY is receiving h very hand E. C. Walton, Business Manager Mors saddles coming. Higgina & Mc- Tom Kinney. some line of Spring suitings. Call in Wehth tuinporarily without a watch Nick room in Imtkrioh Jouiinal build This gardenors who mistook a few repnittir, but (hiring." lny almonco your ing for rent. W. P. Walton. bright days for the coming of Spring in repair work will I wnt to tli city, thoroughly and accurntulr douunnd returned Coal sold for raah or exchanged for all earnest and planted peB and other vegto you without any xtn chargo. Penkinds of grain and feed. J. II. Bough-ma- n etable, aro recognizing the fact that there Htorn. ny h Dtuit and ia such a thing aa being too previous. & Co. and get first pick. Jelry PcRSOHAt POINTS. Mn. A. G. r - vry Hcfkauk, who liauboen better. Mn. Win. II. BiiakksIb in Loui.villu ill, ia oodp. Du. W. 11. Pnhy made n business trip to Aolilimd last week. MimOimiiiliaLackiy is visiting her brother, Mr S. 0. Lckyy, in Harroda-burg- . buying Hprinu Mu. K O.Smolkto went to to buy goods for ids iy Tur-twsvlll- ti store. Mbsiiauks J.S. Hick and T. A. Hico spent Friday with their himbiuulB' mother at Richmond. Mil. AND MllS. K. 15. SlZtMOUK, ol Clinton, Tenn., have been vialting Kov. A. V. Sizemoro wnd family. J. L. FnoiiMA!, the Globe Clothing man, was elwjted prraident of the Hoylu Oounty IMcycln Club. Phok DuKoHSkTT, of Clinton, Tenn., was the gui'Bt of Mis? Oetnvla Sizemor Saturday nndSnndny. Khq, went to John S. Owpmiv, Frankfort Friday totouthe inontiHyshow of ulcting ii V 8. Senntor. Mn. T. M. Whitk left yesterday for OorMn. whe.ro ho will take charge of W, J., W. Witheis' furniture tttore. Misa Ciikwka Cui.t5, who naed to go to Col If i here, now runs a flourishing ! . grocery store nt Harbourvillu. MtM IlutHiiT UtAacorK, thu l)elir-ta- n artlut, hH barn rjuitn III, but was able, vrsterday to proceed with Iter drillr. Da. Jopm'ii IIau.oit, who caiundown that from Mt. Vernon yesterday, say Judge. G. W, McClure is u very Pick man. Mthaiis. It. S. Lyti.ii and K. C. Walton braved the ntorm and wt nt to Somerset, where both tbo circuit and county courts convened yeaterday Mn. 1. It. Hamilton, who ia happily married and in eood buainrss in 1Otiin- vllle. waH up Saturday to see lilfl father, Col. Isaac Llnmllton. M tunas Julia Btaou and Amanda Stone are the champion nnglers of the aeaton nt they caught savernl nlcn flili Tuesday afternoon, at least they told our report ora eo. Liberty Tribune. Miih. Hkttiis 0. MiKin.nky and Mrs. A. G. Turner returned with Mrs. W. J. Yauer to Louisville Saturday and will spend some time with her. Ilia little aweetbeartH here will regret t J know that lttcblo Vmighan, while the College campus nt Ash-lai- d, Va . fell and broke his ram. Mn. F. J. Camimikli, proprietor of Jtock Uaatle Sprlns and the originator , nndinstitutorof the Inthuioh was here Friday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John . 11 tushes. Joi-rnal- Tiik Somerset Paragon thus express its delight at a call from two Lincoln county gentlemen: "Our friends, J, II. Vanhook, of McKinney, and J. N. Carter, of Stanford, both our eood friends, called nt this ofllco Monday." Micsia Maiuiaukt Pohthii anil Nellie Young spent Sandny ht Mayur J. X. Menefeo's mul were the recipients of much attention from the young people, with whom they have becime decided favcrltea. They went to Lebanon yesterday, where they will spend the week in the interest of tho Biographical Cyclo padia. Tub Lancfatcr Record syp : Sam Owsley has the brains and tho energy and a better man for Congress could not bo found. It Is not our purpose to dabble iu politics, but wo cannot refrain from a lying eood thing about him. Ue Ia one of tho very, very few men who do not have to die to get good things said about tbotn. J. Waiuikn Hockkh, Stnnford'a only populist, accompanied by E C. W'alton( went to Frankfort Saturday to see if bo couldn't straighten out tho two pop members and keep them in lino for that groat exponent of populistic dogmas, J. 0. 8. Blackburn. Mr. Walton went with Mr. Hockor to keep him straight and show him tho Capital, which although ha has been Hying in Kentucky noarlv all of bis life, and tbat'a a good while, ho had never seen. Mkbsbs.J. 8. VakWikklb, of Somer-oe- t, and L. 0. Atberton.of Goose Island, 111., wore bore Saturday on their whoels. Though temporarially out of tho newB-n1.hnalnnfls. Mr. VanWiukle still ratains a lively interest in it and will doubtless be in the harness again soon. He ia a candidato for delegate, to tho democratic convention from the 11th district and as he ia worthy and well qualified and sound on all the issues, we trust he will bo honored. r Na-tion- al CITY AND VICINITY. Whits seed oata for sale. J. II. & BauRh-mn- n Co. , , , Danks, the Jeweler, ia having great aucccea in fitting Bpectaclea. . . Twenty little tola will sing tho "Baby GreSour" from the Opera Waug at the Opera House cian Entertainment at tho next Friday, 20tb. Euoh IUrred Plymouth ltocka and Tom Gill, wbo was indicted at the late White leghorn, 75 centa per setting. II. term of the court for disturbing religious " J. Mcltoberta. worship at Neale'a Creek church, was arrested by Constable Benedict yesterday Wantkd. Your watch, clock and jewand tried when a fine of $20 was enterelry repairs. We will guarantee our ed agtinst him and stayed on a promise work. Danks, the Jeweler. of good bohavior. tr Rend our Auction, auction, unction Boomino. The Tribune saya that the greatest auction sale ad. and come to the loans of tho Commercial Bank of Liberty ever held. Hughes & Tate. amount to nearly JIU.OOO and the deposNew Yoiik Hetd potatoes, onion Hots, its reach about that amount, although nnd garden needs of all kinds in bnlk and tho capital is but $20,000. With such men as F. P. Combest, G. A. Prewittnnd psekugeq. Warren it Shanks. mm A. P. Young at tho helm, wo aro not surWk havoconttUntly on band canuol prised that tho Institution ia proving a and bituminous nut coals for cooking successful one. purposes. J. II. Baughman & Co. crayon A ItsAt. Aiitist. Thu Biiinci your chickens, ducks, turkeys of the late Mr. A. It. Penny on exhibiand geewt to I. M. Brace's livery stablo tion at Penny's drug store ia the bandL and get the highest market cash price. work of Mr. William McDonald Waters-MrsPenny and all who have seen it Stiiayki), about a month ago, a large, think the work is excelleut. Somo weeks red St. Bernard dog. Any Information ago Mr. Waters made a similar picture of in regard to him will be gladly received. tho late Col. A. M. Swopo and his family J. E Farns, Stanford. -- a. MATRIMONIALJrlATTERS. mmm and rii-- r relatives were so delighted Thomas Elkin, of Frankfort, Ind., Wk nre ollering many inducements to uitli i. khat they hnvu sunt him 17 picts -a is suing his wife for divorce because she ladies who wnnt to do Spring sewing ures tu mako life size. 3 S E3, uses morphine and snull. peuangs, now. New percnUa, Mad Doos in Oasiiy. Mrs. Ed WilkMr. W. T. Sutton obtained HceiiHo etc, etc. Severance .fc Son. ' mm inson and Mrs. W. II. Brady, who to marry Miss Maifgio Martin, of tho from u visit to the family of J. W. Preacheraville neighborhood on tho 18th. Ir has snowod several times since last CD Uwtie and yesterday tho ground was whito Moore in Casey yesterday, report that b That New York bigamiot who has 3 D3 with It where tt hadn't melted and made dog of Col. Silas Adams wont mail aud seven wives liviug, nnd who waeaooutto o slush. The predlctionH were: lUin to- seriously bit Jud Phillips end DocSmitbi take another when exposed, believes that night and colder. Fair Tuesday. who were taken at once to a mad stone. marriago is n huge success, and scouts the 3 a. Many animals were also bitten. Mr. failure theory. n t TiiHAiliniHrtlou to tho Grecian Delsnrte Robert Fletcher, who has two diwill be remembered, is the P next has Phillips, it Eutertainmeia Fridey niaht 3 young man who recently had such n try- vorced wives, had a hard time of it getcrq n been fixed at 25, 35 and 50c, the latter ing t escapade here iu his effort to steal a ting iho Madison county preachers to for reserved eents, and the propect ia tu join him to another woman, MiBa Mattie yodnglady. 3 that the S. It. 0. sign will be brought out. a. Hunt, everv nnn in irlmm ) onnllo.l 3 A number of little slrlsaro meeting with On a charge of stealing coal from the n08itivulv rHf,,,in ,n t! ,,, hnnt a. o t , good success in belling tickets. JM iim iia'issssr .. L. & N.at Rowland. S.,uire W. L. Daw- , M, c 5: Frank Lucas ami of Mintonvilk,( ,,, d on oQt tQ g , to boom bio son held Tom Manuel, Col. Boone coutlnm-in , to lorn King, three white men, to the cir- catch ft trflin for TennpMEe b Black Diamond railroad, which is to run p n ,..,M, nv.v.. murr p, M.1 TllflV tnincml til from Chicago through this county to tho .ui Wa nv tVnln o H a. deal of this kind of theft in done, people continued their journey on to imiii mill 'A Somerset eea board. IL'Shjh that tho 718 miles seeming generally to think it is no harm where they caught a freight H EL which took built for $19,500,000 and Hint that can be to steal from a railroad. Hon. J. N. them to the desired Gretna 11 i Green. The amount will not be hard to raise. Saundera assisted J. B. Paxton in the bride ia just 15 and the groom haa not yet in prosecution and Mersrs. P. M. McRoberts IT 3 John Mouthy, who shot Frank Ellis and Harvey Helm defended the men reached bis majority. P in a jail to an he was being taken from tho While aervicea were in progress in a held yesterday. The men, who claim tho couit room, because he killed bia D. that they are not guilty, demanded a church at Sanders, this Slate, a dog chasbrother, gave ball Saturday and went to trial at once and it will bo held CJ1 ed what was supposed to ho a cat down his home at Junction City. He has a the aisle Bnd into the pulpit. The preach P position on tho L. A N. to which ho will er gave the little animal a kick and it Two weeka ago, we published on the lauded over in the return at once. congregation. It proved authority of a man in whose veracity we new republican paper, the Stan- had confidence that there wonld be no to bo a skunk and not waiting for the Tiik benediction nor standing upon the order ford Commercial, made ita debut Friday more snows thH wintur, because the and ian very creditable publication every number could not exceed the number of of their going, the people struck at once for tbo open air. It waa worse than way. The proprietors, Mewus. Spldell & day of tho month, the first fell in Prof. F J. Dufl y'e experience in tho Stan congratulated on sending the Hay, are to bo November which was on the 20th and '20 ford Academy a year ago and those who nnd newsy a sheet, laboring as out so neat had fallen. Sinco then half a dozon, big LHiirjSCTCai they necessarily were, under the disad- aud little, have covered tho earth, which go near tho church even now have to vantages of moving and getting in shape. U now white to the depth of an inch or hold their noses. Tiik Lancaster Record felicitates upon two. It is just such things aa these which NEW ADVEBTISIMKN'Ty the fact thattkn town tax there le but 150 shakes confidence iu man aud forces the ihortnla know CMitts aud then digs Danville in this wlse: conclusion that poor sfi,ruate "This beats haviug to pay the limit of mighty little nuyhow and that signs are J OE WATERS m iiaiiKiiif- - forlc. lour milci Irom tan ford, at the law for having squirt gun WBtor not always what they indicate. ONb DOLLAR. Money due when services sro , iiciiinti, stanum, Ky works like some towriB w know." But A Smiious CtiAnan. For eome time cuiiciiu. ii of it wo could never see come to think past aome people who get their mail at why the people of euoh bamleta aa Lan- Hubble hnvu complained of it being tamcaster have to pay taxes nt all. Surely pered with and suspicion was strongly they receive no benefit for thua giving up directed to the pott master there by a Tho stockholders of the Danvillo ft Crab Orch ard rue are rccurstHl to meet at tho First Nationtheir good money. singlar mistake. It seems that Mr. Geo. al Dank In Stanford on Saturday. April 4 1896, for the purpojeo. electing director for the ensuing JACK liOSLFY, Skiitkd. County Attorney J. P. Pax-to- n P. Bright mailed h letter to a friend in year. 3 td President Carpets, "Window Curtains, Polls, and a General Supply of almost went to Klngsvillo a few days ago to Tennessee nt the same time Mra. Spoon alleged infraction amoro sent one ton relative out West. try E. It. Clifton for an any thing you can think of, and all at of thu liquor laws, to wit: the selling of These letters were opened, and as luck whisky without license. Sherlfi" Nowland would have it, Mr. Bright'a letter was accompanied tho attorney, but when Mr. forwarded in Mrs. Spoonnmore's envelAs Administrator I will ell at public auction was at the homestead of my late a other, Mrs P. A. Clifton S'w them be jumped on a passing ope and vice versa. Ech Oreen, ih miles from Hmtouville, on to receive such communications freight train nnd left without ever saying good-byto his would bo guests. Ho had nnd both wote asking for explanations. Call in to see me when you are in town. not been arrested, but he will bo unless The true state of n Hairs dawned on Mr. One Cow and Calf, Household Kitchen Bright nnd ho determined to run down ntture. The Land, 53 acres, will and offered for Fur ho makes hlmsolf very scarce. be sale will perpetrators of tho outrage. Secur- and ii not sold,good be rented to the hlshest bidthe house on It, is well watered der. It has a Tub managers of the Opera House are ing further evidence, thu deand in a good state of cultivation. arranging for a treat for our peoplo. Misa partment was notified and a couple of Terms: All sumsof$io and under, cash; over that amount a credit of 93 days on notes negotiaElvira SydnorMiller.tho brillianteditress detectives wero detailed to work up the ble and payable at Farmers liaok and Trust Co., The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky.' of tho Louisvillo Times Tattler columm case, who by meana of decoy letters, Stanford, . J! 11. GREEN. and Mrs. Duret Berthel, a beautiful vo- succeeded in locating the trouble. They At tho samo time and place I will sell to the samo DON'T THINK US calist of decided talont and accomplisharrested Mr. J. A. Hnmmond aud wore highest bidder on the 3 good terms my personal Mares, one property, condstini; of Imve agreed to give an entertain- about to take him to Lexington, when old Colt. yearling Mule, Cow, Calf, ments, good Harness,! tfood ment in tho near future. Maj. Henry T. Mrs. Hammond, who is the postmaster MowingWagon, iitt ot wagon Corn, 3 stacks ot Machine, 7$ barrels ol Stanton, Kentucky's poet laureate, will at Hubble, confessed that she alone waa Timothy Hay, t set of liutfKy Harness, a Sowa and Pigs, a Biood Sows, t black Derkshiro lioar, -:- likely accompany them and read ono or guilty and sho was arreated instead. She and a lot of Farming Implements F. S. GREEN poems. Everybody was a Misa McOluro, of Russell, belongs two of bia inimitable knows of Miso Miller through her famous to good family and has always stood But we want your trade. We buy these goods to sell to you and column, but everybody doesn't know highly in her now homo. There are our success in building up a good business depends on whether or that Bhe iaoa clever a reader as aho is a those who believe aho ia being made tbo Until writer. Sho la however, aud thore will be scapegrace in the caso, but of that poa offer: April 15th I make this unprecedented not you will trade with us. to Beo her. much anxiety sible more will be found out upon tbo . DOl.LAKS waa taken charge i THISis COUPON with TWO1896, tor giod until April 15, Another Maiiy. Last wek, Misa examining trial. Sho permitted in go on to Kate Blain, school superintendent, mail- by the detectives, but ber promise to report at Lexington Sat jOno Dozon S3 ed a chock to Mies Mary Wilson at Crab At Harp's Gallery in Stanford. Orchard for $15.02 her share of tho urday, which she did. of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ham Friends a call. Give A.J. KARP, amount received for teachere. It waa is nothing in the We offer more advantages than any House in this section. taken from the ofilco by another Mary Uond say that there charge and that tbo whole thing ia the Wilson, who traded it to A. II. Bastin for for $10,000 1. We have what you want in Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets and goods. Becoming auspicious that all was outgrowth of the slander suit m I will sell at public auction to the highest bidBaatinaworo out a warrant filed against Mr. Bright by Mr. Ham not right, Mr. Shoes. 2. Stock always complete, as we get new goods every day, of stealing paint der at tny place near Huttonville, on for the girl's arrest and at her trial Friday mond, who accused him child can buy 3. Prices always low as money can buy them. 4. church, burning hia store, &c. before Squire John Edmiston Bhe waa from a 1896 them as low as those who are potted; 5. If there A anything new is Tho suit is still on the docket of the cirThe following property: held to circuit court in $50 bond, which we learn that 3 Brood Mares, 5 Broke Mules, we make every effort to get it and usually do if anybody does. she waa permitted to give without secur- cuit court at Danville, but ity, the court nnd County Attorney J. B. Mr Itrii.lir had tiled an amended answer car- Commence with this the first of Spring and give us an opportunity 'ol my Paxton, who waa present, evidently admitting that bo circulated the reports . . . " to show how much a dollar will buy. "; nv r thinking thnt there is not much in the under a misapprehension. that with intercut There doesn't SOem to bo any Charge Of amount a credit of 90 days the Hustonville on note caae. Misa Mary Wilson for whom the Nation. thainffnro wgotlable and payable at n- Imm mnnan " w check was sent Uvea In tho Bee Lick nu euu iu k """"i alliani:, must be comclled with beforo property Terms it sinono.l "" oil in " Lti '- - liot.nl han been wondering wmca piei, ii "H"""" of neighborhood, and F. M. is removed. IVH.L.L., - , a Huttonville, Ky. been done sole from curiosity. Thopon doubtless why aha bnanot received it. 1 . m life-siz- e . sovero. however, even for that SoOOfino or a year's Imprisonment or both. Since tho above was written a friend of the Hammonds came to our ofllco and made a statement in substance bb fol lows: A lotter, which afterward proved a decoy, was mailed at Danvillo to Geo. P. Bright, with Dr. Taylor's name in tho upper left hand corner and his post- office, Mintonville, Ky. The doctor and The greatest sale at public auction ever known in the city of StanMr. Hammond had had troublo years ago, and when the letter reached Hubble ford. $8,000 or $10,000 worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Mrs. Hammond's woman's curiosity got shoes, hats, men's and boy's Clothing, White Goods, Laces, the better of her and sho opened It to Ribbons and everything kept in a dry goods store to go at find out what it wbb abont. It contained $3 and was intended to further trap her your own price. We have determined to close our business and to do or ber husband. She sealed It up, how- it in the quickest way, and we invite not only our county but adjoinever, money and all, and placed it in the ing counties to come to this sale. We know you can make money letter box outside, bo that when Mr. Hammond Hgain went for thu letters in here, because we mean business, and the longest poles knocks the it ho might see it. He got the letter and persimmon. Our lines are all complete and whatever you may want aa was his custom, placed them in the you can get at this sale. All Merchants and Milliners would do well lower pocket of his coat, while ho locked to attend this sale. You can buy Ribbons from us cheapet than from tho box. They wore in ttiin pockot when the detectives called on him and ho ap- any wholesale house. We will open this sale on peared as surprised us any one to see the letter which hnd caused the trouble. Mra. Hammond at once confessed to what she had done. The detectives treatWe ed her with tho greatest deference and And continue from day to day until the entire thing is closed. on her promise to report at Lexington invite all to come the fiist day and remain until it is over. Saturday, left her. Mrs. Hammond, In company with Mra. A. J. Rico, went as far as Danville, where a dispatch wsh received telling her not. to come but to await further instructions, which she T3 n had not received yosterday when we -heard from her. ia wpr AUCTION! AUCTION! ATIirF ION Em-btoideri- es, Tuesday Morning, Mar. 24 HUGHES & TATE n n att-eLn- 9 s j.Bt-VU..- N a ? n ip HOES I & & S Smith Stoughton's Men's Shoes. TURNPIKE EJECTION. Drew, Selby & Co.'s Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. SaleofLand,Stock,Crop Hiir-pris- Rock Bottom Prices ! e Tuesday, Mar. 31 96 post-offic- e CHARLES WHEELER, 1 1 1 1 TOO PERSISTENT. $3 FOR $2. m Cabinets, We Don't Ask You to Do This for Nothing. PUBLIC SALE. Wednesday, Anrll i, I Zi'iV'coVA ip "'"'; I SEVERANCE & SON. M, c , -- A -i .tt &L-- J" . U Ji St 2'. it ' ' d. V i-4- . , ? 'J -- TTpt rMll,1pt,-.yyy-y-- if -'" - TS6,'--'v-V-t--SEai-vEW- Semi-Week- ly Interior Joorm AT fubllahoa Every TuoBday and Frldaj -- Whcn not so paid 32.60 will be eharged.-- T K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Speaker Rent's Joke. Several yours ago ilr. Reed and. Mr. Dingley attended n dinner given by Itoswcli P. Flower, who was then n member of congress. Mr. Itrcd is not n drinking man, but tnkoa n glnss of wino when lio fools liko it. Air. Dingley, a total abstainer, was on tills occasion tl'.o Not to Bo Trlflod With. Will people never learn that 'a coM" it an accident to ne drcadrd and that when it occurs, treat, lutnt should be promptly applied ? There ii no knowing where the trouble will end, and while complete recovery It tho rule, the exceptions are lerriuiy irctienianu tnousanes upon thousani of fatal occur everr Tear, inhered In by little injudicious exposure and seemingly tilling symptoint. ltcvotul this there are count ess invalids who can traco their complalnli to 'coias," wmch at the time or occuircnce gse no Ulm-sies to-J- ar Train t eavo Stanford 4:30 p. Ol. at 7:15 a m., riturnihg L.&N. No. WO. No.-NO. 14, 5, ?, LOCAL TIME CARD. .. .. 11 37P m Train going North South QUEEN & CRESCENT. ..11 04 p m i 13 p m 315am I , ly man nt tho table who eschewed tbo bottlo. While conviviality was at its height .Mr. Dingloy was callod from tho room for a moiueut. Mr. Reed noticed tho nhsonco of his colletigne, nntl with great anxiety began looking undor tho table. "What is tho matter, Reed?" said tho host. "I was looking for Ding loy." said Rood, with a ncrfectly straight face. Mosos P. Ilundy in 011 e. concern and wero therefore neglected. When troubled with a cold use Chsmb'rlain's Cough Remedy. It it prompt and effectual. Cincinnati Gazette. For sile at as and 50 cents per bottle by Craig Hocker, rtanturd Ky. & FAtherO'Grady, who killed Mnry Gilnmrtin at Cincinnati, has been ad- A judged insane, nud ho will never be tried for murder. To the Good People of Lincoln A Cincinnati barroom as a eido and Adjoining Counties: gives wltti enclt drin n peep nt an old bald head kirsitut hi otonogra-phi- r I want to whisper to you and across tho way. Tho number of births in the wotld Uro. Walton promisee to hold your are estimated nt lOO.SW a day, 4.200 nn ear while I do so, and he generally hour, or 70 n minut. Confidential Letter. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. liiTO'm? Office over Mcllolicris' DiugSUire In the Owiley HuiMing TO TH23 I4ADIF4 I docs what he says. Train 1 past Junction City ai follows: No. t South .... 11 37 a m Ko North ...3 c6 p m M " 3 her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. Note. s 9 " " m " 6 " 8 40 p m " Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and to ... .... .taoj 1.06 am " 4 " ''to ...3.15 am ... 00 a m ...146pm DUilpnllnu. All last winter Mr Gen A Millt.of Lebanon, With one colored candidate for Having a rjood thing, I want Coon., was badly afflicw.1 with rheumatUn At in tho XaMivillu district, Knottier tiroes it was s severe that he could wit stand MP . on one suits "I tried you to know it, for this is the sea .trnrght. hut was drawn tr from Clrt'kdvillf ami others likely to dltltrent remedies without nndmg relief," he lays, a bottle et "until about six months ago thought Hilng It fer son you will need it. tb?uiHlvfH, 'LVtituem'H republi- Dr. Did you evChamberUlD'a l'ale IUIm. Alter cans Hro netting my iheomaium was gone and has net xUrtued fl8 three ilaya er hear of Cooke's Sarsnparilla ? returned aince. ' well us diHirriintltl 1'oraaW by Craig A liocker, Stanford, Ky. I know many of you have not, so 4" Tbo Idonl Pp uncoil , It MnyDons Muoh for Yon Janes L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: Con-gremm -- New goods of the latest styles Ju.t rece-vsCall In and tee the largasl and belt attorted line eter brought to Miaulord i'rices as low as the lowest. Kleganl liae Linens ami KmWidriy Material. MISS LICC1K IIKAZLM. Stanford, Ky THE London. RILEY K. U. KIL.HY. HOUSK Kentucky. Proprietor, - - - run no fur . RUYAI r VSr"-- ! SOlW.V m-M :J&mm. C5v"Qff 91 -- WWW v i I bnn -- MRrWW ft vmm wVV5 i.imWWwL. POWDER Absolutely Puro.i Tho Rash Ouo (after a very giddy tea meeting) Oh, I do fool so wicked to night. Let ns go homo in a smoking carriage, shall uo? Judy. Wig. m regard Dr. Kins' New Discovery at an ileal, Mr Vr.l MliUr ill Irvine. lit. write that he panacea ler cougns, coiu ami inn eniHUliunH. ' tia.i j, KLIimv trouble lor maur ytars. aviHcused it in mv funiilv tor the iat flee vears Ulik taunt in hi back and alaa that hit to the oxclutiou of physicians' tiretcrlntwns er Wlailitr wn affected. Ilo tried many is called other preiaratkHit." Re. John Harceat. Ke KhlaeX cures but without any good reeull. About kuk, loa, writes: "1 hse been a minuter er a year ago he began utool Ulectilc Hitters aria the Methodist Episcopal church lor so years ef ftwsid relief at once Klectric Hitters it vspecla ly more and oao never lound anything no benen. mlapted to cure ol all kidney and Liver truMes cial or that gave me such speedy relit f at lr and often gitet almost instant relief One trial King's New Discovery." Try this ide.l cough will urove our statement. Trice only oc. lor - . B. remedy. Trial bottles free at W. It McKobert s argn boltle .MA. K reany a irug iwrn urugatore. Uucklln'H Arnica Salvo. The house in which Andrew Jack- - j The best aalre in tho orld for ihe teres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores cuts, bru'teit sou had his liMadquarters ditrinir totter, chapand all skin eruptions ped handt, period including tbo bsttlo of New Or- itt positivelychilblains, corns no pay repuired. It Is cures piles, or leans was burned to the ground tho oth- luaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. Far sals bv er day. W It. Mcrlohrs.driifgltt. ;.., I ... .... i Genuine Oliver Plows. They Never Disappoint, all I ask. ' A trial is T much the pity, for you don't know l have moved to ray new lintel and am batla. ever to what you miss. It is the best Srepared thanattached accommodate the alli and every wtwinoienc d me a call. siied. Give SRANIC KILXV. Blood Purifier in the world and n just the Tonic you need to make Splendid Farm For Sale you feel well and strong and give Or Exchange. you a good appetite. Just try it On once and you will use it always. tains pikitwo miles Kit ol IluiteRvilIe Con Go right straight to W. H.McRob X40 Acres of Fine Land, ell an excrilrBt crts or Penny's Drug Store and Land Improved and ineschangn for aneighborhood a lies well Will amller or cheaper ptacn in tMt or anv good county id the get a bottle. They have it now. Mate or would take a clean mx k of grinderies and hardware In part payment sorno lite town, er wilt sell fur part cash balance in five )eitt" time Yours for health, or longer if dctlrtid, rjrfullhcr lurtu ulart tall on or addicts. h. n kknnkijy. J AS. T. COOKE, Ij nn tlusloovllie, Ky, Harrodsburg, Ky. 15. PEiTTirsr. DB. 11 W. Bowaro of Imitations And Bogus Repairs. J. larty. S. OWSLKY, JR., Dentist, : Lord Jllleiilioroiish'a A cream of tartar baking pow Lady Ellenborongh, n renowned beauder. Highest of all in leavening ty, on ouo occasion accompanied tho strength. Latest United States judgo on circuit on tho distinct nnder- standing that tho not incumber Government Food Report. tho carriage With bandboxes his abROYALcBAKING POWDER 00., horrence. During tho first day's journey J. K. VANAKSDALE, Stanford, Ky. BIG LINK OF- - la a candidste (or Ccng'ess in this, the r'ighth District, subject to th act'on o the Democratic SFRING, I09G. Stanford, : Ky. Opp-c Office on Main Street, the t106 Wall Street, New York. - j. : T- : SUTTON". UNDERTAKE!!, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Off cm his services o the people ot West Lin run stock of Coffins coin and Casey Counties and Caskets always o j hand OS D. S. Carpenter, Manager, Lord Ellenborongh, utretchiug his legs, chanced to striko his foot against sonic thing undor tho Feat. It was u bandbox. Down went tho window uud out it flow. The coachman, thinking tho box had fallen out, at once pullod up, but his master furiously mired ont tho order to "drivoou." On reaching tho iioxt as size town Lord Ellenborongh proceeded to equip liiimelf for tho bench. "Now, " Enid ho, "whoro is my wig?" "My lord," replied tho attendant, "it was thrown out of tho carriage window. "Temple Bar. An PLOW GEAR, ELA RNBSS, Blue- - Grass Nurseries. l'l Otftta SADDLERY, &c. All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. All kinds ef Kiult auJ Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Small Krutts, Asparagus, Grape Vines, fit. No agents. Iluy dlrcet and save malicy Mrawberry and general cstaWgttes aa vttnHcitiou 11. H HILLKNMKVKR, to I Telephone tj$. I.elgtM, Ky GEO.B. COOPER, ...Proprietors of, Livery and Feed Stable, brANKOUD, KY. Having bought of P W. Grew his Livery iness and ad4ed new Imggies and horsee, prepared ta furnish FIRST-CLAS- S bus- TTTisriisrGr BUY THE Call and see them. plows. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED KAIIM3 In Lincoln county, Ky,str per tent , scinl an nual liilrrcsi, no commission charged Address GEO W DAVY. Room 17, Ken Ton pudding, Ky I er bUak applications and fur thcr Information, in Uiit ot J N Saunders, AtI an TURNOUTS to Women. Not ovory woman has tho form of a Venus, but many of thorn inako a bluff Keep you eye on the Paee Fence See Huff at it. Bright, R.Cobb, Dudderar.J L.Dtwson.J.H Tho girl who has promised to bo a Ed Carter, B. Cbancel!"r and others who htve usG. A. PEYTON, tftanf. rd. Ky. ed it. sister to n follow Fomehow uover likes County. Agent for Lincoln 95,3m to sco him making lovo obewhero. don't either, you know. CALL ON.. Every girl believes that most of tho married women sho knows aro unhappy. Still she is willing to experiment. STANFORD, KY., The most experienced woman tomo-hocan't holp believing what a man Pocket Key Cheeks by Mail for only 15 Cents. For Bgtage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of writes to her in a real nico lotter. Key all VI ds, Badges, Do; License Checks, Tho "Little Sister to tho Wilderness" Kings, Chains, Ac Stamping no Metal and general repairing. Shop over M. D. Elraom't store, was extremely lonosomo becauso tho S6 Stanford, Ky. wilderness has no brothers. So tho went to Chicago. .Every motlior wants to bond her girls to dancing school. It isn't tho girls' fanlt that thoy dance. New York 'ReJ F. BARKER, Proprietor, corder. Sis-tors FAKRIS & HARDIN. Old torney, btantor J, K). reliable, Hrlcklayer Prices reasonable iz On short notice The travrbeg public will fiad ttMiT and willing 10 lurmih Drum "' rnets Si!M, either ungle rr diMint. or agetaf ai kinds at very LOW PRICK. Cain The boys in and around town will also rind us the i.co pie ta deal with. Stoo with us l.,n in courts and entrtainmenta and your burse and vehicle will be well cared for .. tt.H. COOI'KK Myers House Stable, hiaaford, Ky .," i.n.i The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground Right. Stonecutter ij panlcu-Is- r Coal, Coal. Coal. Itemeasber we arc the '"elusive celebrated Stanford, Kentucky. Guarantee first Class work In every rienct. Has bad years' 91 recti forth E. G. BRADY, cpe jm Falls Branch Jellico Goal, Also that it tl be to the Interest of everybody to call and s.e our clean Domesi Nui Prices the very lowest. W pa, th cash Cal ( the mlon, Ihcrefere are able lo sell at the lowest price. Come and see us Good Coal makes led ashra, no cinders. Falls Hraacaiitts. Kails lliatKli Nut In dian Mountain Jelluo Nut it els , North i,c. Jellicu Lump ik rh.ie prices ar lor deltvercU r or Coal at our house charges are one cent lets. NOKI. ,V SON. w We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. don't keep it. J W. COOK, In charge paint shop J W McGI.NMS. la chug trimming shop. THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVlLLU, KV., It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, Rcpai'ing C! BARKER HOUSE, Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. W. H. WEAREN & CO. UIMDEuTTA&gNG BY- - Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Work d uc end warrantlatisfactien. All work done when All accounts due -- lie work riromiscd Your patronage solicited, go ed to give 11 a SpKlalty Farmers Bank&Trnst - Co K, Somerset, - - Kentuckye Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Btlli. 4; Prompt and polite service to guests. STANFORD FEMALE : COLLEGE. STANFORD, KY. WILLIAM SHELTON, Trwident. MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Ptincipil. sMiss Emma L. Mar in. 1'e.iaiog Teacher in the hiuiiv Halt .rtuicnt; ; president of this company. Conductor (sympathetically) Well, muni, I hitvo always understood that even tho great anil powerful havo their borrows just liko tho rost of us. Som- ervillo Journal. Aptly ry for this. J'llheo that you aro reported to headquarters. I want yon to understand, sir, that I am tho wifo of tho Sorry 1'or tho Does. Angry Pns&ougor (to conductor who has just ouforccd a rulo) You'll bo sor- Or STANFORD, KY , lsnowfully;or(aa.icd and ready for busioeit wltk ! Paid up Capital of Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Surplus, . SPKIN-. AND SUMMER. $200,000. 2t,000. jr. c KTCX.AR'ir. 5' :i Off" - Jew Hats, (low em and lacesl Daily opemniEig We Eive in 0 assurance to the trade that they il find in our establlshtucnt the name eiclusivcness style of patterns, hats and and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we aic known throughout the country. 1 ha.c secured a tintilasi trimmer for theses-son- . Thanking you tor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so 111 elilly bestawtMl. M Miss Mry Co-ee- Principil ot the Mtslc Dc-- Mls Mary P. Harris, Principal of the Departments of Art and Elocution. Next Session wi'l Begin Wednesday, January 22. For terms, &.c, And Funeral Director. ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, "Then I suppose you know all about Also carry a nice line Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. him now," ho replied. Room opposite Court-- I louse Squire, Stanford, Ky. "Yes, indeed," shorospoudod promptly. "He's tho man tho magazines havo day," bho said. boon booming for tho "Wo had a vory intorosting difcussiou in regard to Napoleon at our club to- Practical Trimmer, Emb aimer KATK DLUDKRAK. Manager. D DtJl'DKRAR W. S. Stanford, BTJTB,C.H, Attornoy at Law, I - tt-ii- ICciitncIcy. "jUCCKSSOU to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL, HANK OK STANFORD, Now cloiiug up) with the saint asset and oudat inn tame inanagetnc nt. By provisions of Its chaiicr, depositors arc ai fully protneted as ate Jcpositors iu NatloosJ Hanks, iti shareholders being held Individually bsolc to the eitcnt ot the amount of their slock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may actaa cascutor. administrator, trusUc, Ac, as fuUr at sa individual. To those who entrusted their btilslncss to while mnaginK the Lincoln National Baikalts Stanford, we we here tendcrour many thanks and truss incy win coeuuue to transact Ihur bustceac with us, offering as a guarantee fer prompt attention to same, our twenty years' espenoace la banking andas liberal aciommodatious as are consistent with souad banking. J Chicago Post. last year or two." Ofhceon l.aitratter Street, opposite tha Court House Collections especial attention 8S J, send for Circular College. cr call at the Hacchman, Thrift. downy lip, who thought himself un aphoriht, "is contagious by example." "Even so," said tho corn fod philosopher. "Turn looso two or threo right thrifty persons in a community, nud protty soou tho others havo to bo thrifty to keep fiom starving." Indianapolis Overdone. "Thrift," said tho youth with tho M.S. Raugiims.n. J. W. C RUPLEY, THE MERfflMTTAILORH. 1HK HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, - M.S.&J.W.BaughmaR, -- rSOPRIKTOKS- 3LIVEKY, FEED & SALE "You remember Mary Simmons, who HERD K THE mnrriod Will lonnix chioily on account 5hu?o0ceeyd H3SD It yon need livery glvo us a call. Nothing out of his superueat appearance?" fir a turnout! will leave our atable. See ut "Yes. What has becotno of her?" tor rot In our were selected from trie "Tho poor thing has to stay at home of My llreeders breed of swine In several hert hen'a different this famoui all tho timo to sco that thoro isn't a States. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditloreut ages iVJrwi?.3isKTr?i'j'Z')i33a,'W5f BLACKSMITH SHOP. Sat's'arttan sain, iired sows a for speck of dust visible about tho house guaranteed. Correspondence solicited Address '1: 1 H ' l WIUsTuaranteoftrst-elas- t work and satisfactor whon ho gets home." Cincinnati En dnces Try our hor sheer. R. H. MRQNA.U.GH, Kr. tuiror. Crab Orchird, B,LUK-Gn.AS- STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. it-l- Journal. SPMratr A.WB S Is Receiving his iCJMiyCJUiB Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can W.'H.Cumtntni, Preachers I IU write you all the mni favorable plans ot Insur S. H.;Sh.Qks, Preslilent, ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central Dr.U.UI. OwsJey, Cashier, Tobacco Warehouse of Lomsvllls. Ky., and will W M.llnght, Teller. he flail Inhflvn 1 liberal share nf vmir nilrnniun. Will be leaily to center all the iavors that can lie given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance- madtfon consignments, both in the wan Imcnts and cnuulry I will be at fciauford every day. Patties waLtiiijr hojrsheads, prizes or j money should addiess mo at Paint Lick, Ky, OF STANFORD. KY. sva wu PrAsn nt nl Isintinii nnaf4nltfi4 ry itn st e,ivssauu s;untnuii.u I niRiCTom: Williams, Mt Vernon; . H. Shiliks, fctanfonl; J. S. Owsley, SUnford; S.J. F.mbry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stanlord; J.JF Casti, Stanford, William Gooch, SUnlord; A. W, Carpenter, MllledgevilU, FIRST NATIONAL BANK 8100,000 - HOGS. 2D. S. CABPE1TTEB, Capital Stock Surplus ;- iH.-vtal-t. mvmltfi jQff VwE B. CaiUemao. A. G. Lenta Smoothing ROY AT it(sranco T MANAGERS, It Over. . Coiiipariy tlVERPOOI.. Susie Say, anntio, doar, you'ro nn old maid, aren't you? Cer.Aunt Emma (hestitntingly) tainly, Snsio, but it is hot nico of you to iihk such a tpiestiou. Susie Now, don t bo voxed, auntie. I kuow it iBn't your fnnlt. Horriedouer LauLfrosch. Considerate. Father Why did you permit yonug Miibhinitu to kiss you iu tho parlor last night? Daughter Becauso I was afraid ho'd catch cold in the hall. Harlem Life. eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, itove and Hove fixtures. &c. all o' winch hu invites your att'Ution and Uspection and promise to deal justly and act honorably with you lu all transac- - bunlord la IIOIl. 80 if OFHUSTONVILLK. W,U carry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the Gale and other leading tanning Implements. The Walter A. Wood Mower and Iteapcr Machines, Cultivators of the best iiuality, best lluggie for the money, Pbaetoni, burrejs and Carriages of inn richest qualities anu anciesi ana utesi styles. 'I he best grade of light buggy harness and the cheaper grades Collars, hames, bridles for farm purposes, breeching nd urap work of all kind Kurniture of all descriptions Trunks, bags, trav- Attention of the public is invited 10 the far that thia it the only National llauk in Stanford Under the provisions of the National llauk are secured not only by the capital stock, but by tho stockholders' liability r amount equal to the stock, so that depositors aa of ihli Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000, rtve sworn statements of theconduioa ol the bank are made each yearto the United States government and itsasteti are examined at stated limn by government agenU, thus socuring addititoua and perfect safety 10 depositors. This inititutiou, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanord In Uj8. then tied ai the National Ilank of Stanford in iSfljVad 1S81, 23,700 D. S. CARPENTER. lliis'onvllle, Ky. It Is bVtter 3' aovr with lacl itlei for transacting business mpp ly and liberally than ever before in i,St ...-.-.... hat bad practically an umnter' y". "a - vw. U BA R BEE &0ASTLEMAJS Oirouerce Building, LouibvIUi, Vgenti -- f" iTlHsfcnTJ"?t1nMsBslanTl'-rSmlfgMsSsfull line thrt li'bout the South The Directory of this lisnk is composed ot Forestus llotd, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; The above fino black J ten with gray points will J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; y make the season ol lSji ut my plate. Hie old J. W. Haydin, Stanford; Helm farm, 011 thu b.anford and bhelby Clly pike, at S. II. llaughman,) Lincoln; J, S. Hocker, Stanford; a Oolt 4 Months Old. Hnr-ve- JOHN K. ?"'"' nuuuis 01 corporations, nd,v,du'U- - its flctfutly fidu- ind solie- - $7 to Insure v.. & 1 TEIBBLE, LooAl STANFORO, KV Ajfat, l will take all the hides I can get for cash or In tradaxr leather on Stanford or at my home in Otten-taelcourt d va at Chas. Eanslin, Tanner. HirvDO fllJJfiO, of "the old reliable" Oliver ChillWe have just received a Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and Evidence. ed Plows and Repairs. "Ko," said the uususpicious wifo, Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Hames, Col-lar"wliatovor they say I will not believe Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. that Henry drinks at all on lodgonights, becauao bo's always so thirsty uoxt day. " E. s, Now York Recorder. W. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. "j John K. is 4 years old, 15 bauds high and Is a spleiidla Individual, Don't treed till you see him. Ho was foaled and raised by J K llaughman, of Huston ville. He hat proven himself to be a splendid breeder of largo colts, aa several of his get at Mr. Haughman's will show. Marea kept at ratei. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not respons.ble should any occur. EKED P. 11ISHOP, Stanford, Ky. 1 W.A.Trlbble.SUuford, lo J. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKinncy; M Mt. Vernon.K, S. Hocker, President; Jao. J. McRoberts, Cashier; McKianty, Aut.Ch tr MnV s.sV & t JVt.MtvV .& VsW us- - V- - . rV - .Msk,- - y tstatf "CrtJtTmftr !?. jl