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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896032001 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. HUSTOMVILLE. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1896. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 3 NO. 6 I. F. Steolo lmn cut down tho trees in front of Iii reaidnnce that boro biicIi h liberal crop of worms ofory apriug. 'Nib worms wurmi nuisance ami tsvery onu who has to puai Unit wv will rejoice in heir disappeHrnncu. The public acliool trustoffl have levied a dollar poll tax on thetnalo of thla ilintrlct to bo appllod for the purpoae of completing tho ochool property. Somo kiclUnK is Mw indued in, but tho truHtees have tho law on their side. Mrs. S. D. Vanl'elt, of Danville, and ber slater, Mist Ella Taylor, of Louis wk. vllle, vlaltud Mrs. Mary Hrownlast Mrs. Ilrown has huun quite ick. Mr. Matt. Thomson left Wednesday on a trip to Uourbon county. Mrs. Thomson is is visiting in D.invillo. June llorkor is quite ill with pleurisy complicated with other troubles. Mrs. Wen. llockeris reported BOino better. Uncle Will Kuid is out after an attack of rheumatiMiu. Mrs. Mary Craig, of Stanford, was hero from Friday until Sunday visiting her uncle, Dr. Jlrown, and tiunt, Mrs. Mary Ilrown. Miss Sarah Ourtis was hern at the bniub time visiting Mis. Hooker. Tho tneatliiK at the Lresbytorian church closed Sunday night with 20 additions to that church, as a result of ner vices continulug throe eeks, Some 10 others Joined other ch lire. he in the town. Kev. Luther endeared himself Kreatly to the people of this community and made a flue imprPHsion an a preacher, in the pulpit and out. Mont of those who joined thu church were from the Mr. Chaa. Wheeler Sabbath school. conducted thu alnglng throughout thu meeting and much of thu ultimate sue ceoa was duo to hisearniHt ellorts. As an outcome ol thu meeting thu young men hnvu formed themselves into thu "Martin Luther Christian Aenociation," and the young ladles expect to effect an organization also for Christian work. The children too have organized a Junior Christian Endeavor Society and the Senior Christian Endeavor Society has been built np and strengthened by an influx All of these organizaof membership. tions are undenominational. real-dents Hudnon A Walker sold L'O cattle to WAYNESBURG. Maude, thu little daughter of Mr. D. W. Caldwell, is very sick. March has been acting very ugly for the last few days, causing oar friends from Kiugsvillu ami many others to frown. Thu H. K. Co. has removed tho old "trap," which we havecallwl a depot so long, and it's being whispered that thoy will build a now onu ere long. It is bully needed. Mrs. Polly Singleton la visiting her daughter, Mrs. K. Curtis. Mr. Walter Gooch la home after a weuk'a absence. Mr. C. C. Gooch has had very sore ejer, caused no doubt by looking at the ladies too bard. Wu are glad to Bay they are better Mr. J.S. Ilorton has bought proper ty at Eubanks, where he will go into the canning business. The machinery for his factory wan all made by himself and thoroughly tested lut year. Tho toma toes that he put up aru thu finest wu havu seen. Wu regret that hu has located at Eubanka iuetead of here. Kev. J. It. Blackburn Is holding a protracted meeting here. He la a relative of Senator Blackburn and a very able speaker. It wilt continue thu remalndur of this week at least, as next Sunday is Bro. Davidson's regular appointment and ho ia hero assisting Bro. Blackburn Hope is the subject of tbu Biblu reading and comment at Friday night's prayer meeting. Then is a great deal of interebt being taken in thu prayer nieutiugs. OF A LOCAL NATURE. An unknown peiwun placed a nude of Mrs. Ktlur at infant on thu door-stoBarbonrvillo and it was killed by tie cold. George Taylor, east of town, caught The a puru whito squirrel last week. squirrel, liku thu white blackbird white and thu whito crow, is an albino. -- Rich mond Climax, Tho chairmen of thu republican county committees met at Danville and Detected April 14 at 10 o'ctock aa the time and Nlcholaaville as tho place for holding tho convention to select two delegates to represent the Eighth district republicans at thu Chicago convention. Lee Floyd aftor a trial of two days for tho murder of Jatnea Sloan was convicted at Lancaster and sentenced to the penitentiary for lifo. The murder was committed about two years ago and Floyd baa been at largo until a few weeks agoi when bu was arrested in Loxington and taken to Laucaator by the authorities of that placo. p Robertti. Foard, a brakeman, waa given a verdict at Hopkins villa for $9,000 He daniBgea for cutting hla foot off. aued for 25,000 and claimed that the accident waa entirely due to the carelessness of the engineer, who jerked tbe train in auch a way as to throw him off. Tbe verdict waa against tbe L. & tf. Mrs. "Ed Keicblo, ibe wife of an Evani ville manufacturer, was burned to death by her drew catching Ere from a grate. Joe McCnrtiHck ut f 25. Thu V. S. Club wiw most enjoyably entertained by Mi3s Nell Marm Tuesday evening. Sheriff T B Kobinaon has returned from Kokomo, I ml., with the horse thief, E'zy Auburn, who will likely plead guilty. Leu Floyd, of color, whs tried and convicted this term of court for the mur der of James Sloau and given 10 yeara in thu pun. the lecturu by Mr. Chap. Allen Thomas, thu coming young orator. Itwillhn given under thu auspices of the Ladle' Aid Society. Dame Humor whispers to us that we are to havu u wedding next week. Thu prospective bride lives in this county, hut tho groom halls from an adjoining county. Elder George (lowen's sermon next Sunday will be "Stumbling Blocks," of lflwt Sunday, as was announced. Last Sunday's dihcourse waa preparatory for thu one on thu 22(1. Gforgo Stephens, thu young horso thief who stole a horse from his brother in this county several montlia ago, was given a sentence in the circuit court of 10 years in the penitentiary. Win. E. Walker, Garrard') representative in the just ended and never to be forgotten Legislature, arrived in Lancaster Wednesday and was warmly gretd by his friends. The grand jury indicted the Lancaster councilmen for permitting a nuisance in that part of thu town kuown as "Battle Row" where bad persona congregate in the highway and disturb the peace. Misses E izt ami Jane Lusk and brothers, George and Will, are having erected a new, commodious dwelling up mi their land near Flatwoods. When finished thu house will hu a convenient and inviting abiding place. Miss Margaret Mason caught her foot and felt with considerable forie while ascending the steps at thu 1'resby At first she teriau enurch Sunday. thought it a slight accident, but for tl'u past four daya her sprains and bruises have been more acute. Snpt. Lewis Hood, of tho K. C , wss here Wednesday conferring with our citizeus about putting an additional train on the road. From the present outlook everything is favorable and in a short while Lancaster will bu having four trains a day, two each way. A new and very recent club just or ganlzed by some of the popular young society people promises to be quite a unique arrangement. Thoy will make no display of drtwi or eatables, in fact, thoy intend to abollah everything that pertains to style or parade. Whether his friends hero approve or disapprove of his conduct, it is some thing to havu furnished the chief uxecu live to the State and his fellow citizaus can but appreciate Mr. Bradley's tender allusions to this little city and the avowal that it wonld always bo "home" to him, no matter where thu turbulent tide of politics may strand him. Capt. Win, Herndon has returned from Frankfort. Mrs. C. W. Hudson, of llarrodsburg, visited friends here this this week. Mrs. Geo. Hardin and little son, Clarence, are on a visit to relatives in Cincinnati and Louisville. Mrs. Har din will return with many new and at' tractive Spring styles of millinory. Miwj Mary Noel, of Stanford, vlsltol Mrs. J. M. Hiatt this woek. Dr. J.', D. McDowell, of Vinceunes, I ml., made a short so I). R. Collier is at journ hero. home from hustling Frankfort. Gov. to Bradley will be at homo greet his many friends. Misses Sallio Tillett, Laura smith and Fanniu Shugars loavu Monday for tho cities to boo and buy thu latest styles of Spring millinery. Mr. C B. Kemp, of Lexington, was here this week. Mrs.lJatnes Trice, of Kuox-vill- e, is with Mrs. Tlios. Wherritt. Charley Cundiff. of Somerset, was here Tuesday and Wednesday. Tho funeral ol Mrs. Amanda O. Miller, of Kuoxvillo, was preached at tho residence of Mr. Thomas Wherritt at 2 i m. Wednesday by Rev. T. II. Campbell. She had been ill of grip for only four days and died rather suddenly of heart failure. Mrs. Miller was long a resident of this city and was hold in thu highest esteem by all for her mauy excellent traits of character. Shu was a consistent member of the Baptist church for 42 years and died as she had lived, a devo-to- d member of this sect. Her kind acts and faithful ministry to thu sick and Buffering are well remembered. She waa devoted to Lancaster and her people and was alwaya interested in ber welfare. Of ber it can be said "She hath done what she could." One child, a daughter, Mrs. James Price, of Knox-vlll- e, and four step children survive ber. Her devotion to her daughter and grand children waa touching. The remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery. in-st- esd Ex-Judge It snows about every other day now. There in town. ia Notes Picked up by the Business Manager While at Somerset. -- IT IS- - only one vacant store room -- Sincu coal oil and gas havu been found so near us inTunneeseo it is time to develop the industry here. Pure Strain Brown Leghorn eggs, 60 CfnM for 15 Beet layers, non setters. Lloyd Maret, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. Win, B.iker, who was merchan dising at Hazel Patch, has returned to this place to continue with his father. Several parties were here from Ala bama this week to see Capt. Spradlin about land purchases. Thoy contemplate starting lime kilns. Wonre pained to mention tbu ser ious illness of Judge G. W. McClure, who Iihs huen declining in health rapidly during the past few months. Wa truBt that a speedy recovery awaits him. C. O. Williams is grading and ottitr wise improving with a view to erecting a handsome residence on his lot on Main street. This lot is ornamented with fine. old forest trees that once shndod the homo of tho latu Capt. Jack Adams. Elder Joi. Ballou, who has labored so faithfully for the Chrlitiau church tilled his appointment here last Sunday, preaching excellent sermons. Mr. W. II. Cox, of tho Presbyterian church, presented himself for membership during the Sunday services. The ladles' aid society mot with Mrs. W. J. Sparks last Thurday. This little band of church workers has donu much good since it was organized three years ago during the pastoratu of the rovered Elder John Bell Gibson, who gave this work great encouragement. Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Lovoll will enter-taitho Salamaguudi Club this evening. Miss Marv Collier Iibs been ill for several weeks. Capt. W. H. Spradlin and family luvu taken rooms at thu Miller Hotel. Mr. E. A. Roppert and family have moved to Cincinnati, where Mr. Reppert takes a portion with the O. S. R. R. Miss Carrie Lnir is visiting friends at Livingston. Miss Rny Jones is the guest os Mr. J.J Williams family. n Tho fuarful weather, and heavy rains fallen, prevented many from coming to court Monday and as a consequence it was a drag of a day, but Tuesday was fair and pretty and tho yeomanry were thero in large numbers. In Pulaski county thero are very few bridges and when Buck, Pitman and Fishing Creoka "get on a high" it is a risky business to ford them unless ono is an adept at Bwimming. So tho absence of the usual first day of court crowd waa duo either to the fait that the farmers had not much business at town or were not endowed with a sufllclent amount of nerve to croes the creeks. Thero aru few important cases on tbe docket this term aud not much business of an interesting naturo will be transacted. No visiting attorneys bad arrived up to Tuesday and it looks like what lawyers' fees that will be paid out will ba- kept" in Somerset. Pulaskians believe in patron izing home institutions and home product and are to be commended for it. Somerset is either always doing somo thing big or preparing to do ao. This time sho is getting ready to build an Opera House, which will contain besides two tiandsome an Odd Fellows hall and a Knights of Pythias lodge room. The Odd Fellows are tbe promoters and will expend about $15,000 in the building. The site ia where the "Old one Ark" now stands and is a Since I waa there last fall, R. II. has improved the appearance of e court square by building a very business house. It is marvel of convenience and very modern in appearance. He occupies the first floor with his jewelry business. Judge William Catron, who has recently returned from Hot Springs, Is much improved in health and looks like his former self. The Intkbior Journal has a splendid in the judge, who unhesitatingly Bays it is tho best paper In the State. Sheriff William Cooper, who had measles a month or bo ago, has never fully recovered, although hu is well enough to attend to the lighter duties of that had previously NO ARGUMENT With us that after putting on one of our Suits that the Fit, Workmanship, Style And Finish of our CLOTHING ! Is just as good as Tailor Made. - Hats and Furnishing Goods Are Always in the Lead. & CO., Btore-room- a, J. L. FROHMAN Danville, Ky first-clas- s cash Craig" & Hocker, druggists Bar-tel- ls band-som- J Joint Poles at 25 to 75 Cts. REELS, 50 Cts. TO $r. 3 CO r -)- HOOKS OF EVERY KIND. A Cork With Every Line. X (- i Hunting' and Fishing Coats at Only $1.90. &c Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. hia otlico. !CRAIG a HOCKER;i- Pleasant Point, Lincoln Co. W. O. Watts, our coroner, and one of thu most energetic men in thesa parts, to remodel his residence. CM. Shane will be the architect. Rev. W. A Middleton preached an instructive sermon at Pleasant Point last Satnrday at 11 o'clock to quite a crowd, stating his Scriptural vIuwb on sanctities-tiobut he has not yet hitched on to the now fangled doctrine, therefore his sermon was not appreciated by the exis prepa-in- g n, alted. Mrs. M. A. Middleton, who mot with a very serious a few weeks ago by being knocked out of a buggy by a frightened Ad.-Ge- n. horse, la improving slowly. Mr. John Wright, formerly of Ohio, but who ia now at his father's, is at the point of death with consumption. He is an amia ble young man and his mauy friends would love to see him recover. Mr. C. 0. Snow will move in a few days to Wal ton. Mr. Snow's health is very bad and he thinks thu change will be beneficial to him, Lincoln will lose a good citizon and a lifo long democrat. Mr. Raymond Snow, of Williamstown, ia visiting his father. Ho has has other attractions besides parental. Prayer mooting by tho holiness band Saturday night at Pleasaut Point was largoly attended, house crowded to overflowing. After prayer meeting Rev. of Casey, preichod uu able discourse, giving his views on untire Ho carried out his views backed by tho Scripture and demonstrated by facts, but oh, the sour faces Vinegar ii nowhere. The uxaltod did not believe him, becauaa he did not preach entire sanctitication. They did not have any respect for themselves nor for thu young preacher, but talked and laughed all the time, a dozen at time. It was the worst order I ever saw in a church. What a shamo and a reproach it is on the cause of Christ for men and women to get up, profess aanctiilcation and then in a few minutes misbehave in such a way. If this is the fruits of tboir holiness, God forbid that I should attain to such. I do thank God that I waa raised to respect tho Lord's house, whether tbe doctrine suited me or not. I do hope thosa brotbera and sisters will commit to memory the 3d chapter of James. Til-ford, ' sancti-flcatio- n. 1 The revenue men at Somerset have been having an estay time lately. Most of tho distilleries have shut down, little whisky is being withdrawn and Messrs, James P.Gray, J. L. Waddle, J. Nevin KY. Carter and others have little to do but draw their per diem. Mr. Carter, who is Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is industry itself, finds a hard time passing now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They off tbe time, but fat, jolly Jim Gray are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. doesn't care if work never gets heavier. Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and ChilIt is refreshing to find a place now and dren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods then where free silver or anti-fresilver and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact ia not discussed from daylight till dawn. every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. In Gents' Somerset is just such a place and instead Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. of talking for or against free silver ber SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather ha citizene, most of them, spend their time declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. in working for money, whether it be CARPETS. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell silver or gold. A few Lincoln county them very cheap. people might be profited by imitating GROCERIES. Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my their nuighbora in Pulaski. Postmaster Joe Claunch is a bustler price before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. after tbe order of our own postmaster. A S. D. Yowell, Salesman. His morning mail is opened by G:45 and his day mails he opens with surprising rapidity. Polite, courteous and obliging he onght to succeed himself for term after term and then be made P. M. indefinitely. Will sell you at the lowest Cash price. Give us a call. A great deal of regret is expresed at Andy Crawford's assignment several weeks ago. For 20 yeara he had been onu of tho leading merchants in Somerset and such au unfortunate wind up of a Bcore of years' work is indeed sad to Seasonablegoods in the Paint Line. contemplate. Mixed Paints, Varnishes, Wall Paper and Brushes. There is already some talk of tho fair and it ia more than probable that anothPrescriptions accurately filled from only the Purest Drugs. er good one will bu held. An announceW. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. ment to the contrary would cause no little disappointment and regret to numerous Lincoln county people who have attended Somerset's fairs for a decade or more and will continue to as long as she has them. By ail means have a fair. 8 HUSTONYILLE, flYEi e 3-I- b W. B. McROBERTS, Drugs, Books, Stationery, HOUSE CHURCH AFFAIRS. - KEEPER FRIENDS! church. Elder J. T. Sharrard will preach Sun day morning and evening at Christian church. Morning subject, "Evil Spoak-ing.- " A OlIBISTIAN. Evening, "The Natural and Su pernatnral." POLITICAL POINTERS. Rev.T. N. Compton, a young Baptist minister, who is doing evangelistic The Williamsburg Times, after cit- work throughout the State, is the biggest ing several instances of a misuse of the preacher in Kentucky. In fact be ia a pardoning power, Bays that Gov. Brad- veritable giant, being six feet six in his ley is abusing that prerogative worse socks and weighing over 250 pounds. than Gov. Blackburn ever did. There ia never any disorder where he Free pikea, free silver, free trade, preaches. free-for-all Rev. B. F. Hungerford, the Baptist minister and member of tho bar at Shelby ville, has announced himself a candidate for county judge. Dr.Leftwich told the Paris Ken- tuckian that at bis Danville meeting there were about 100 conversions, 50 of them new additions to tbe Methodist The Improved Favorite Washing-Machinand the Favorite Churn. Guaranteed to give Satisfaction or no sale. e SOLD ON TRIAL BIGGINS & McKINNEY. -- Does Your-- HOUSE NEED PAINT, PAPER, Or Varnish ? A KauBaa editor, nr'herrtdlil by hla doctor that'he could not survive more tbaa a certain number of day, ordered the iaaae of hla paper held up so aa to get a Bcoop on hia bated rival. countorf, fights at Frankfort and free bus for tho Aster House give ua liberty or give us death. Richmond Climax. From all parts of tbe State come expressions of condemnation of Gov. BradDemocrat are almost ley's course. unanimous in denouncing it, while tbe better claaj of republicans view it with alarm and mortification. free echools, free lunch A memorial meeting will be held at tbe Black River Union Calvary Baptist cbnrch in Clarendon county, 8. 0., on tbe occasion of tbe unveiling of a monument to tbe memory of Rev. H. W. Mabony, father of our townsman, Rev. R. B. Mabony. He waa a nit noted preacher and hundreds will be attracted to tbe meeting to honor tbe orr of the fallen Father of Israel. two-day- s' 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. km. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. rt A meeting was bold at Frankfort TuesPick the Winner. On another page building of a large auditorium at Rich.This is the way we put you. day night, at which Blackburn, Bron of this issue we print the pictures el the mond, Vh., in which the Grand En ston and Ohinn were the orators. The democrats who have been "mentioned" campment of tho Confederate Veterans Senator was bitter in his denunciation for the presidential nomination. Wo is to bo held in June next. Stanford, Ky., March 20, 1896 o the bolters, skulkers, deserters and will givo $50 in prizes to paid up subscriA tramp near Akron, Iowa, crimitraitors who had stabbed him in thebacx bers who can name the winner. Send nally assaulted a girl, detained her all and as usual made himself almost the in your money and your guess. day in tho woods, and then binding her VV. P. WALTON. to a horse, he turned the animal loose. "Great I am." Jack Ohinn'a effort was LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. A mob is looking for the fiend. the gem of tho evening. He has a good deal of mother wit and his sallies wero A celluloid comb that pretty Miss April 11 is the dnte fixed for the greeted with much laughter and Maude Hoover, of A lliance, O., was using election ot tho late Senator Weissinger's ignited from the heat of an open grato Thero aro indications that the successor, By giving you a little more and taking a little less than any one colonel is very proud of his of appeals declined to she was Bitting by and she wan badly The court else. We give our customers the benefit of the The Interior Journal's friendship ami prominence, much of which he owes to hold a session while the troops were burned. Her hair was entirely burned fto'od words for Gov, Bradley have cniiBed oil. the republican governor. in possession of tho Capitol. some of those democrats whc think it ia Gov. Bradley has appointed Senator "pEAtimioiNcsr necessary to be always abusing n political The prohibitionists have culled a State Landes to tne vacaucr on the bench oi adversary, to make remarks convention to meet at Oovtngton May Mrs. Jann Harrow died Wednesday of appeals caused by tho death of about it, but we have as UBunl pursued 25 to send delegates to the National con- court about 02 afternoon nt 4 o'clock, ng-Judge Grace. onr determination togivo every man his vention which meets at Pittsburg, Pa., yearn. She was taken ill with intermitTutt Burnetii, of Madison county, due and do as near right as possible re to nominate a candidate for presi- will be appointed assistant insurance tent fever some two weeks Hgo, but wib gardlees of invidious criticism. Wo like dent. The basis of representation will This is thought to he improving, when she had commissioner next Monday. Gov. Bradley and for that reason had look- bo four delegates from the State at large much better than to imke a doubtful a Btroko of paralysis Tuesday night, from ed with some pride on the creditable man- two from each Congressional district and tho effects of which she died next day. Possible every race Congress. time. It pays you to trade here because you get what ner in which he had conducted himsnlf, one additional delegate for every 1,000 The Sinking Fund Commissioners With resignation alio received the sum you like atid what you need. You certainly will be out of the swim since taking charge of the highest oillco votes cast for Bidwell and Oraufill in hayo chosen State Senator E. M. Is ell, of moos to come up higher. Shu was the in the State. It is therefore with regret 1892. Their vote was 6,442 which entitpenitentiary; relict of Robert E. Burrow, who preced if you do not get some of the bargains offered by us in our new line that we are forced to condemn and exe- les Kentucky to 32 delegates and as Adair, warden Frankfort grave about nix yeare; whs of Spring goods, as our staple and fancy dry goods, dress goods, fanof Lexington, dep- ed her to tho crate bis unwarranted and unnecessary many alternates. The railroads will make Maj. K. A. Hancock, a devout member of trio Baptist church of cy goods, notions, etc. &ome in; we want to get your good will for uty warden; Col. J. H. Happy, break in the calling out of the militia in a rate of 1 'arpa 'or the round-trip- . and rarely ever missed a service there. In warden of Eddyville penitentiary; life. We give you honest merit and your money's worth in every order to protect the General Assembly, the true sense of the term, she was a Ollie Beard, of Breckinridge county, depd The sins of omission of the late which bad not asked him to do so, from Christian and baa gone to reap the gloriWe arc receiving Legislature are great and griev- uty warden. Jack Chinn, and permit the republicans wheth- ous roward of a life spent in the service We shall see a little later on to elect a U. S. Senator by force of arms ous. It made no provision to protect the of the God she loved. Many indeed will er the people of Kentucky, regardless of miss credit of the State, to meet expenses of and regardless of right. her, especially those who went to sustain Gov. Bradley in his to her for words of sympathy when in Upon the affidavits of the two republi- the eleemosynary institutions, to pay the party, will to elect a republican to the Sen-ntcan speakers of the Legislature that cer- teachers and the myriad of other claims efforts distress. No more affectionate couple and boost himself into the White tain Senators were being denied their constantly accumulating. The only thing Houso by setting up as Military Dictator ever lived together through a long life than Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Barrow, privileges by the menace of Jack Ohinn that can bo said in its favor is that it in this neck o' tho woods. There are Every day. Call and look through. Our line of and his knife, and upon the idle rumor didn't elect a free silver Senator. Gov. still left good many Kentuckians who, and onco separated by death, they have in heaven to sing that he was to be arrested for usurpation Bradley protests that be will not call an regardless of party, know their rights, again been praises forovormore around the great of authority, the governor becomes panic extra session, but then he is said, so the and knowing, dare maintain. Louiswhite thronoofthe King of kings and stricken, calls out the militia and has the correspondents affirm, an hour before he ville Times. riot alarm rung in the dead hours of had the riot alarm ruug, that he wasn't session Bhut Lord of lords. After funeral services at This is the way the joint tho church at 10 o'clock this morning by night, as if there was a serious outbreak going to call out tho militia. up shop: Mr. Howard moved that the her pastor, Rev. A. V. Sizemore, the re or an army approaching with banners and Is complete. Look at our line of Amonq those mentioned as candidates session dissolve. Mr. Oy Brown moved mains will be interred by the side of her cannon to wipe out not only the defensethis district is our that it bo dissolved everlastingly, eterfor appellate judge in husband in Buffalo Cemetery. W. less Legislature, but the city of Frankdistinguished townsman, Judge Micah O. nally and forever. His motion carried MrB William I. Moore, aged 71 yeari, fort as well. People thought there was member started up Saufley. A lawyer of groat ability, a gen- with a wild yell. A died suddenly at Danville. an outbreak at the penitentiary or someShe leaven tleman in the truest and every sonse and the doxology, in which the lobbies join- two children, the wife of Prof. Nelson, of thing else of that nature, but hardly a a suspicion of ed. Half were laughing, half wero yelldemocrat upon whom no Centre College, and Mrs. H. P. McGIII, man of the thousands who rushed out mugwumpry nap over resieu, juage ing the good old hymn as the crowd when the alarm sounded, even surmised Saufley would be a credit to tbo highest poured out. Price Wittetarted tho hymn of LaOrosse, Wis. And don't forget our complete Tailoring line for both.Shirts and An infant son of James Smith, of that the republican governor bad in a mo court in the State and the democracy of and led till it wasdono. Suits. ment of fright thrown the peaceful city TheSenare committee let Gov. Brad Highland, died and was buried Wednesthe 5th aDDellate district would do itself day. in to warlike preparations and placed it ley off without fining and imprisoning honor by placing him on ita bench. under martial law. The act was so him, but after reviewing the case reportFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. for, so useless and bo arbitrary that In condemning Gov. Bradley for call- ed that the military force was not used T. J. Teter had a valuable horse to these same citizens without regard to ing out the troops, we do not wish to be by the governor for tbe purpcae of preparty met next day and in the most understood as approving the action of serving the peace, but solely for partisan die this week. Louis Walz bought of William Beck scathing terms denounced it as the act of those democrats who thought the pres- political purpose: that his action was BL"TM a tyrant and a coward, Judge Hazelrigg, ence of Jack Ohinn, Eph Lillard and Jim wholly without warrant of law and was a fat heifer at 2jc. 100 bushels of blue graBn seed tor of the court of appeals, being especially Williams, necessary to carry their points. and ia a flagrant subversion of the civil A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, severe in bis condemnation ot a usurpa- The civil authorities properly called upon authority to the military power of the Bale at 35 cents a bushel. B. K. Wearen. Sixty nice cattle averaging about tion of authority hitherto nnhrard of. could have easily settled them, without Oommonwealth. Tbe Senate adopted T. D. RANEY, Manager. People are jealous of the use of the putting the Capitol under bayonet rule the report. The House by a strict party 1,200 pounds for sale. A. Hunn, ColumBranch Stores. military and are unalterably opposed to and running the State to 15,000 expense vote adopted a resolution enthusiastical- bia. Forestua Reid Bold to A. N. Sorber, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, its being called into service, until it has for soldiers. ly and heartily approving the call for tbe Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , of Pulaski, a four-feia old jack by been folly demonstrated that the civil militia. Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. Tux Legislature is dead and thero are for $200. authorities are nnable to preserve ordar. NEWSY NOTES. A. Hunu, of Columbia, sold to LyThe proof ia cumulative that no such a none so low as do it homage. It was unThomas WilBon, of Columbus, O., on & Allen, of the West End, 21 2 and 3 state of affairs existed, Mayor Julian and questionable the worst that ever assemin Kentucky or elsewhere and may Bbot his head off while on a spree. This year-ol- d cattle at 3c. Sheriff Armstrong testifying that they bled BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, Roy 8. Beizley sold for Forestus were ready, willing and fully able to meet God bave mercy on ita soul, for the peo- beats tho Keeley cure. any emergency. Neither asked the gov ple will not. It cost over $100,000 and At Carey, O., Mrs. Lebaskie, aged Reid to Bowan Newell, of Pulaski, a old jack for $150. ernor for assistance and neither needed rendered absolutely no quid pro quo. 82, was found doad in hor chair with her At Georgetown court 1,000 to 1,200 or wanted it, though, the governor is said Kentucky's first experience with a re- knitting still in her hands. to have tried bard to get the sheriff to publican Legislature will doubtless be its James Pell, a society man, of Fair-lan- pound feeders nold at 4c, a lot of yearfor troops. Gov. Bradley last. Let us hope so at any rate. request the call Ind., died of a hemorrhage in a lings at $27.25 and calvts at $0 to $11.75 The total number of descendents Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground may have the authority to proceed as he few hours after his marriage. "I am about to move on Frankfort and did, but it is doubtful if he has. At any "Cherokee Bill" was hanged in the from Belmont at the close of last year Right. of federal jail yard at Fort Smiib, Ark., for was 1,542. This ia a gain of 311 in one rate it is a most dangerouB authority and demand the unconditional surrender Col. year. one of bis many capital crimes. when exerted by a despot and a tyrant can your entire array," telegraphdd Jack Chinn to Gov. Bradley. There Tbe Leslie Combs' farm of 310 acres Two persons were killed and eight change our form of government into a in tho executive more or lees seriously injured in a rail- near Lexington was bought nt auction monarchy. It is dangerous ground upon was consternation and until Col. road collision in Pennsylvania. by Alex Pearson, of that city, ot $70.05 which to tread and forever damned is he office for a few minutes Oastlemen assured the occupant that it It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, Two men, who, it is probable wero cish. and the party responsible for it, if it was of Jack's bluffs. All the fighting, fell five stories through an air Dcuglaa Thomas, of Paris, sold to done without warrant and without con- was another don't keep it. same a guard of eight was put over the shaft at New York and were killed. Mike Buwerman, tho fashionably bred stitutional authority. trotting colt, Biironade, Granting that there was need of sol mansion. An Anderson, Ind., man, who coms mitted suicide, left a gold dollar to his by Baron Wilkes, for 13.000. dierB to preserve tho peace, the McOreary Hon. James A. Harris denounces Magnolia, the trotting mure that Guards, tho crack company of the State, false a report that he was going to with wife and sack ot candy to hiB children. Bishop W. B. Campbell, head of the holds the championship over a half mile were in town and of sufficient numbers draw from the race for governor of Tennto quell any outbreak, without ordering essee, but it beginB to look like the Hon. African Evangelical Mission is in jail ot track in Indiana, was sold the other day FULL LINE OF out several hundred men at such an hour HarriH had better withdraw if he would Cleveland, on a charge of embezzling for $1,500 Two years ago $3,000 was refused for her. of tho night and at such an expense to the save his mutton. The office is seeking funds. Henry Patterson has been arrested B. G. Fox sold to O. 8. Nield, of thn State. Tho only reason that can be as- tho man this tioio and Bob Taylor, signed for such recklessness is that the thoutrh not an avowed candidate, has at Gainesville, Ga., for the murder of bin North Jellico Coal Company, a mulo for governor got bo rattled he did not know more than 10 to 1 of the instructed vote young wife, who was first killed with an $100, ond two for f 180; and to Gentry ax and then Bbot. Biod. a pair of mules for $205 and otio what he was doing, except that he want- to dete. . The 8enate committee on foreign re- pair for ed to show his authority and overawe all Tiiosb arch fiends, Jackson and Wall- lations decided to support the House A young farmer in Shelby county who dared to maintain their rights as ing, who murdered Pearl Brynn and left Cuban resolutions as a substitute for the recently began farming operations by Just Rccieve j. Also a Splendid Lot free men. of Buckboard. buying a horse for $1 50 and a rooster Gov. Bradley mav have acted from a her headless body on Kentucky eoil,have Senate resolutions. An order extending the civil service for $30. Times have changed since Bet-B- y peace and not at last been brought to this side of tbe sole desire to preserve the Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of came to town. Farmers' Home Jourthrough partisan spirit, but the facts are river and they are now awaiting trial for law to all departments and branches of to be issued by nal. against him. Any man with ordinary their crime in the Newport jail, about the government is soon At Churchill, Mo., a drove of 2,300 grit could have called Jack Cbinn's blufl which there is no mob or sign of mob. It President Cleveland. Tbe Oklahoma homestead bill has sheep stampeded and in some way two and brought him to his senses if he was will probably be 60 days before they face See Our Line of Harrows before you buy. been passed by the lower Houbo of Con- columns of the frightened animals came acting unlawfully, which we do not ad- a jury. at Prices to Suit the Times. Call gress. It releases homesteaders of the together and 300 sheep were smothered, Farm Wagons by the mit, though we think be should not have Gov. Bradley's riot alarm proves to payment of tho purchase price. and Sec us. their bodies being piled up to a height of been given tho position he held. Ohinn, have been a grand stand play. RepubGov. Oates, of Alabama, candidate six feet. with all his recklwa bravado, is a man of licans from every district in tbe State W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Roy 8. Reazley is handling what he sense and had no idea of doing all the met at tbe Gait House, Louisville, Wed- for United States Senator, announces horrible things that the governor thought nesday night endorsed him for president, himself for sound monev and for State thinks is a great horse, He ia m Chester he would do. The sheriff or a policeman approved his militia call and determined banks if governed by Rood banking Dare stallion, 4 years old and In indeed a laws. splendid individual. Wallace Dare is could have easily taken care of him, in- to Bend not only a solid delegation from While over a foot of snow was on his name and ho promises to rival his stead of having the executive make a Kentucky, but go to in other States for the ground and it was still snowing hard great aire. He ia owned by J. E. Ferris. spectacle of himself and bring Kentucky him. in New Jersey, there were several vivid Into further disrepute by calling out 400 and heavy peals of Frank Halsey, of Asheville, N. 0., Gov. Bradlby'b flight from Eminence flashes of lightning militiamen, when there was absolutely thunder. is wanted for whipping bis wife unmerThe only charitable con and his call for the State troops to pro no cause for it. A Columbus. O., mother threw her cifully bechueo she kicked in her sleep. Btruction that can be put upon Governor tect him from Jack Chinn will forever baby into a river to drown it, but regretA search warrant revealed the fact Bradley's action is that he was frighten- stand out in bold relief in his picturesque ted it a few seconds later and attempted that Central University students bad gets "akeert" too ed out of his wits and acted under ex career. Our "guv" to rescue the little thing. Both were stolen porcelain'and other signs from citement and without full consideration easily. drowned. Richmond stores. of the enormity of it. At any rate be , In a report on tbe militia of the Tub Legislature has adjourned, the Faulkner Jordan and the other primistake amounting almost to a troops bave gone home and Jack Chinn States, the secretary of warshowa that if made a soners in tbe Harrodsburg jail came And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. crime. haB resumed the caro of his horses. The necessary the United States could put near gaining their liberty, but tho jailer have peace. into tho field on a war footing nearly ten caught on just in time. Somo ono let had Jack Chinn is tbe greatest man in the cruel war is over. Now uh million men. smuggled a monkey wrench and other State. At least the republican governor will After March 1, 1897, Kentucky Tbe case of Robert Laughiin, who tools into the bastilo. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. seems to think bo. It took two regi- bave to worry along with but one Senawife and her neice, was conThe grand jury in Clay county, juBt ments of State guards to Buppress him. tor for a year, but she haa been doing killed his tinued until July. - Laughiin was not adjourned, returned bills against several That is tosay.Gov. BraJloy thought it that practically for Borne time. brought to Brooksville. Ho is still in county officials and Among would and called thorn out for that purjail at Maysville. ia Ohinn. those indicted were tbe county judge, pose. A "bogy man," indeed Gkn. Alqbr says he is "iu favor of Gertrude Taylor, aged 13, has beon attorney, coroner, treasurer, a deputy the best man for president," but bis Ship them to us. We are In a position to make it decidedly to your interest to do so. We of Richmond, a jury at Oraig, Mo , sheriff, three handle cverv thine raised on a farm on commission ; so If you haveany thine to sell nvnlt J. Stonb Walker, tbe ex jailer modesty of course forbids him from nam- held by the coroner's yourself of our services. We do an Immense business and have more buyers than ... for poisoning ber father's family. D. B. and good democrat and a sound money man, ing tbe beat mau. bouses. Correspondence Inrlted. Price currents mailed free on application. attorney. Taylor, the girl's father, died from tho is announced a? a candidate for delegate CO. (incorp'd),' The Leading Commission Merchants, Nice room in Interior Journal build"Kid" Madden, the old base ball eflecls of the poison. to the National democratic convention 0 aCurrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE KY I The contract has been let for the' ing for rent. W, P. Walton. paver, is dead at Portland, Mo and be would make a good one. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal SIX PAGES- - IN THE SWIM d 27-2- 0, May-fie- ld, pur-ches- c. unla-mente- o New Spring Clothing CARPETS AND MATTING THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAITTORD, un-cill- ed ar Brig-noi- The Vulcan Chilled Plow. We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. three-year-ol- d W. H. WEAREN & CO. - Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons $130.--Advocat- Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. Car-Loa- d s. K. WEAUBSXT. -- Spring Suits! .. Beautiful Patterns, Latest Stvies. H. J. McROBERTS. ,v EGGS AND POULTRY R jr h ex-cou- HERNDON-CARTE- 313-31- .a - v. -- sJ -- t, . - , 3 1EMI-WEEKLY JNTEKlORclOURNE DON'TS IN GENERAL HORSE BUYING. A Tew 1'olnta of Ilor Sens to Ho Ob-ervr- d. Stanford, Ky., Mauoii 20, 1890 , Ignoranco of tho good points of n borso, combined with tho desiro to got The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House CHAMPION HORNED DORSET. CHOLLIE WAS WILLING. Im- W. P. WALTON. 7jrTs - f J "i It J&f--- V; CAPITOL VISITORS. How They Srcun. tlio Ilutliiiu l'roiu tha Norn lins boon nwiwiry to tuko llio flno-l- y upiialnlorcHl luntlior mifuH utit of Iho Iiuliua' roci'iitlmi room of thu kmkiIo tinil to put in their jiluciw vm ivorJwliublo woodon iiikI cauo setliwi. ThmwiiH doiio to prevent tlio furnituru buiiiK cttrriod otT in Biiinll MxitloiiH by rlic IutIuk nt tlio c'tipitol. It bus boon tlio ens toin to hiiYO noiio but flno quality ami rich furniture, nut only in tlio nonato chnnibur, but in nil tho mitorooiiie, lobbied mill reception rooms. Tliofurnitura in tho luortidiint's room, tlio uuirblu lobby and tho ladle' rccontiuu room in of leather, Unit in tho prosidont'H room being red leather omutiMiod in Kohl. Boforo tho opening of thin congress nil tho furniture win gono over and TOnovutod, that of tlio rccojitiou room mid lobby boliiK cutiroly roupholfltorod. ThlH looked very fine. It win not long, however, beforo tho bnttcmu with which the tufting of tho upholstery wuh bold Ono by one, mid bognn to tlfK.'tppoar. then by tho dozen, they Muiiht. Thoy wore tloep Heated into tho cit'hioiiK, ho that thoy could not rnb off, but that did not mivo them. Thoy wore put on ns tight in might 1k, but they cm no oiT flutter than tho uphubiturur could ropLiee virf-itor- ri in Homnilr. in harness have him examined by u competent horsemnn. If passed iih sound, and if tho bad itoints hao been avoided as pointed out, tho buyer cannot help haing secured u serviccablo nuiiuuL Chicago Post. Mtrrrt Do Drink. Do sheep drink? It is a strango question, yet it is asked by practical men who have known sheep icnucd in a largo field whoro there has been no water mid live for weeks in perfect hoalth. Tho answer is that, except in tho driest wonthor, such grass as would afford a MUlllciontly succulent bito for sheep will always bo found to contain enough water to satisfy thirst. If sheep aro fed on dry food, they aro very thirsty nnimuls. They undoubtedly do best on a mixed diet, into which gruss, roots und somo form of grain, preferably in n mushed or sonked state, should all enter. Sheep S'unjrrr" Ilrglinen. will eat ensilage, and, bo fed, require At a recent tea, romurks a writA in very lit tlo water. tho Washington Post, I hud u long chut Live Stock l'olnta. Sawyei of Wisconsin, with Two years ugo tho trotting stallion who is in Washington this winter for tho first time in hovoral years. On my Stnmboul was sold at auction in New expressing mirprise at his reduction in York city for 4 11.000. No trotter bus llosh ho told mo how ho had nccomplitdi-e- brought anything liko Mich a prico there it by not eating in; much as his appe- sinco then. Tho nearest to it was Patch-e- n Wilkes, who was Iatoly auctioned off tite craves, mid I can iuiaglno no more difllcult way. That iio finds tho Mein to W. K D. Stokes of Now York for nn easy ouo is char.ictcristioof tho man, if 0,025. Pntchcn Wilkes goes to tho who, liko tho ancient spinster in "Hi.) Lexington, Ky., stables. an "iron will." Kxcollenoy," Evidently W. II D. Stokes is of opinSonator Sawyer, who has lhetl a ion that Kentucky is a better brooding beyond tho allotted time, is one of ground for horses than tho east is. Uo tho most pictnroMjuo figures that have has bought, in connection with his partbeen in public life, a typo of tho Mlf ner, Mr. Duryea, a 1200 aero farm three lnado man. Uo Mnrted out on his career miles from Lexington and Will establish with mi ax ocr his Mioulder, on which his horses thoro. was tiod u bundle, containing all of his Tho lato auction sale of trotters at earthy possessions and literally hewed Now York city was successful in u out Ida fortunes, beginning in tho lum- me.isuro gratifying to breeders. The ber woods of northern Now York, whoro prices ranged hotter than thoy havo ho worked for tho princely salary of $13 dono for several years'. Tho fact that n month, from which ho saved enough agents from both tho Gorman and Austo carry him to Wisconsin, whoro ho trian governments wero among tho buyuruus&cd his colossal fortune Now Soners isRiguillcaut. Tho nations of Enropo ator Sawyer is past 80 woll prosoived must always maintain a largo cavalry physically and as bright mentally us in force, it seems. tho heyday of hid young inuiiliood. Albert ..Munuhoimor of Now York city can dress a bteer is '2 minutes 51G secmakes tho world's record. on the outside of office doer says: "Gone onds. This A to lunch. Jle back in ton minutes." And the There is not a largo amount of nour man will be Hereon tluu. That is tor some days, weeks or even monthi he will, then he wfll be ishment in roots, except perhaps in sug-tell you he at home occasionally for a day. He'll morbus, or nr beets, but they go far to keep live had aheadacho a turn of cholera mar be he'll say he had a lump in hit tlomach stock in sleek condition whon given now and felt too miserable to move. The lump wai and then along with dry food. lunches con prob'hly two or three Colts by Patchon Wilkes woro among ?ho man who "bolts" hit lunches w II find lr. tlioso that brought tho best prices at tho 1'elleU the best friend he ever Pierce's I'leasant Now York horse unction. ""There it no caie ofbillouineu, constipation, Tho Illinois live stock commission "heartburn1' or miof the ret ol the lumpy jaw nightmare bree.llns broid that these lutio Pellets during 1805 oxumined 8.U-Ipermanently, bend a i l'l not cure. They euro World's Di.ptina y cnttlo at tho Chicago stockyards. Of stamps t cents in i cent Med.cal Association, nuffalo. N. Y., and receive tho number 2,!M3 wero found to bo bud-- 1 Dr. 1'ierce's 1008 pace "Common Sense Medical ly diseased. Of these, for somo reason Adviser," profusely illustrated. e which is not quito pluin, 053 woro . Simon S. lUitman, ol Tuunelton, West Va , "passed ns fit for human consumption," h.a been subject to attsctioj colic aSout once fertili-- ' Vear and would have lo call a doctor and ten whilo 1,039 went to tallow mid when . iuaer tur about la hours at much as tome doame as zers. they die He was Ukeu roceiilly Juit Iht Chamber-lain- 't Ghastly abuses havo boon discovered j at other times and coucluued to try He Colic, Cholera and Plarrhxa Remedy. relief in tho shipment of livo stock. In somo "I tooV one dose of It and it gave me Use cases, in tho long trains from wost to five minutes. That it more than anything lu oast, sheep and hogs havo been shippod hlfo7l0bnyec?Iig ft'llocktr, Stanford, Ky. in tho sumo car. Tho hogs, becoming hungry, attack tho sheep, mid whon tho Blttors. Electric a Electric Hitters it morameulcine cultcd for aisT train reaches its destination somo of tho generally needtd in the sheep aro half eaten up by tho swine. but perhaps -- hen the lsnguid, exhaufed feeling pre d Thero aro instances in which, in spito torpid and .lu..h 11 felt A piomp the need of a tonic and alterativeayerted long and of tho laws to tho contrary, animals aro we thlt medicine- - haaolun will left moro tliuu two days without food pwhap fatal blllout fevers. No "d cine ct nK oroturrW In oountei pohon, Headache, tr water. Huudrods of doad, dying and the malarial crippled food animals are taken from Iheso trains each month. It is horrible. blturii Only soc per botUo t d 1 pos-iosv- es If rongroM xnny bo judgel by tho company it Leupx, thin is Mirely a of tho plain pttoplo. TIicmi are a lM)ilo who fuel a mji t of proprietary in teieat in tbo grout now, the glory and luaguiuVuticc of tho oapitol of tho nation. They look upon everything with a hort of iiwu, miuglel with nn ntftiuuod familiarity, and they mmuii all to bo with a dtwlro to tuko a piece of thin iimgiiiiicnt property homo with them. ThiH h how it hnpiwuri that tho buttons cannot bo kept on tho uphobitory. They would probably cut tho button oil tho aIn of the Ptutors and n if they dared, but there they tiro confined to fwiugiug un the buttonhole. Huttona oif tho furniture are by no inoatiM all they take, but thin ix their particular fad. It U nut tho iutriusio vnluo of tho artiehns Inch attract!) them, but itH quality as a nuuonir. Whilo kitting on tho nice soft leather hofiw thoy divo their hands down into tho upliol. Htery and cautiously twist uwuy until they aro in possesion of a button or two, so thnt at tho end of u day tho sofas aro as innocent of buttons us David Coppcrflold'ri l'eggotty after a demonstration of ctuotiou. Finully all iohi of over katisfying tho craving for these buttons was abandoned by tho nonuto custodians, and this week tlio leather sofas woro taken out, nnd very pluin sottees made of wood mid rattan wero put in their place. Washington Star. con-groa- them. n something cheap, is rcsponoililo for th many inferior horses of faulty conformation been on our streets nod boulevards. Jduny of them might bo used in object lessons of nil that a good horto should not be. Kvety man cannot bu a horseman, but nearly any one, by observing n few common house, or horse somo, rulos, can, with tho help of un honest nnd capable veterinarian, buy a good looking, serviceable horso at otj modcr-nt- o figure. Except heio oxtremo is wanted, tho sumo general tules apply to horses of all kinds, and in buying keep tho following dou'ls in mind: Don't buy a long bucked horso. Short coupled horses aro tho Miongcst and easiont to keoi fat. Don't buy a horse with siniill or oyes. Small oyod liorsos aio apt to go blind. Dont buy a lioiso villi a head out of all proportion to his body. Such mil- -' tunlu urn if iimnt'rnl lircdil- mill nf ...wp., ... .U.Q.. ...w- .1....V. lntrv. lazy disposition. Don't buy a lioro narrow between tho eyes or ono that has sharp pointed cars sot closo together. Such heads and ears doueto a lllghty, norvous disposition, lireadth Isitweeu tho eyes is n good indication of gentleness and intelligence, and whilo a lop cared horse may not bo pretty horses possessing such ears aro seldom runaways. Don't under uny considcrntion buy n straight shouldered horso for saddle or driving purjKsos. Straight shouldered horses aro Hiiro to blunder and stumble sometimes', and when they do they generally go down all together. A horso with sloping shoulders that run woll back seldom stumbled when sound, and if hu should, from Lis conformation, ho Horses is well ablo to recoor himself with strong loins, short buck and sloping shoulders are, if sound otherwise safer toridu in rough and broken ground than a long bucked, straight shouldered horse would bo on n smooth road. Don't hao a horso with poor feet at uny price. The Miying "No foot, no horso," is a truij ono. Tho ideal foot should bo round and full on tho outside, broad at tho heel and cupped or concuvo on tho itisido; in other words, tho solo bhonld bo arched nwnrd and upward. The liouos of a 1. rsn's leg should be moderately largo and flat; tho bettor bred a horso is tho lighter his bono may bo w ithout detriment to his weight pulling or carrying ability. Tho bono of a thoroughbred is liko ivory; that of a common animal is porous liko a boef 11 ulo-plia- In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all Jkinds, and Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and see Girl Kxrriitlonally I'lnn Sprclmrns nt the New York I.ltn Mock hhow. Somo of tho most perfect specimens of tho Horned Dorset over reared in this country wero soon at tho Now York livo Htock show. They wero selected from a woll known herd in Now Jcrboy and woro good to look at. Tho illustration shows ono of tho boss Dorsets. Ho was 7 years old nt tho timo nut Ho Thntiglit Yenr th hhoulil Do Kwii .More. !i !.. W 11 I bono. prcm-nta-tlvc- Pick out a horse of solid color and liming found lie is truo to pull and gon-ti- e dec-nd- o "Now, then, Chollio," iliss Sieclo romnrkod impressively, with a blight fluttering in tho region of tho fifth lib, bo it confessed, for she had resolved npon dospcrato measures; "now, thou, Chollio, you have boon calling on mo for ovor a year and t havo reason to think yon liko mo, havo I not?" The young man glanced uneasily toward tho door she hud just closed, and nodding a feeblo absent biaccd himself for un ordeal. "You liko me then," sho continued. "In fact," and sho seated herself bosido him, "may I not snpposo Unit you really think n groat deal of 1110?" Tho young man's nervousness becamo moro pronounced. He drew himself up Iu the corner of tho sofa, and, fidgeting with his watch chain, gulped un rospouso to the question. www r sWiVTr' "And," sho said, gieutly encouraged, V"" "you havo doubtless been deterred from TIIK IIOKSEI) IKMISIIT. mo this beforo by tho knowledge picture wus taken. Ho represents tolling his o of my fathor's great wealth. But I tho bust Dorset form, with his broad you. I udmiru you for it. You back, deep brenst and full round body. I might call you a fortnno buut-eHo has tho shortest of legs nnd the big- fourcd nnd so you did not dare say you lovod gest of horns. His quarter is especially But, you know, dear, this is leap meaty, while his flceco represents many mo. now, and custom concedes ua tho pounds of a good quulity of wool. This year privilege, though I cunuot help thinkis tho sheep for tho production of wining it is our right at all times to ask ter lambs. tho all important question. Yon admit thut you lovo mo. Will yon marry me?" Sjnprrlor llrefmakliig. Chollio's faco beamed with plcasnro Ono of tho essentials of hotter in tho west is tho improvement u moment. Then his nervousness moro painfully apparent than bein tho wild grass pasturago by tho lessonforo. ing of tho number of cattlo on tho open "I do aw that is aw do you ninge and tho agricultural development think youah futhah will lot me?" ho of the country which admits of wintor roughing and feeding. The ovil of over- asked. "no is in tho next room go and ask stocking und consequent shortness of feed has been tho cuuso of tho poor scrub cat- him." Chollio's jaw dropped, nnd bo gazed tlo that havo for so many years been going from tho western rango cattlo grow- at her vacantly for a moment. Then a ing regions. A complete revolution bus bright idea seemed to strike him. Musbeen made in the western cattlo country, tering all his strength, a spirit of resomnl a chnugo is being inaugurated. Al- lution shone iu his lapis hueuli oyes, und falfa ami tamo grasses uro grown wher- beforo it collapsud ho managed to stam- g ever irrigation lias developed tho coun- mer, "As you nw did tho pwopos-iuyou ah should awsk tho patnh as try nnd provides tho universal cheap ouo of tho great well." Truth. wintor ration. This is economies in beef raising. Would lis Interesting. Alfalfa will make tho nuimals grow "I dunuo," said tho gripman of tho to a largor and heavier weight, and in overy resjiect show economy. Why somo cable car us ho toyed impatiently with cattlo owners still cling to tho old nat- tho brake. "I dunuo about it, uftor nil." "About what?" inquired tho talku ural hurbAgo instead of adopting tho hotter policy enn only bo explained by tivo passenger. "About this now woman business. I'd a shortsighted stinginess, or a belief that thero is no improving scrub cattlo and hate to seo them doing tho work that that tho best must bo made of thorn men nro drawing tho salarioa for at tho whilo they last, Tho latter orror is too presout timo. But, just out o' curiosity, common in tliisconntry. So many f arm- I'd almost bo willing to givo up my ors havo been taught to believe that tho situation." "You'd liko to seo how tho cspori bust thing they can do with their nutivo stock is to kill them 'off nnd buy now in out would work, oh?" " Yos. I'd liko to seo just what a lady selected stock. Thoy cannot afford to do this, nnd consequently thoy cling to gripman would do or say if sho was 16 their old animals and starve them along minutes behind hand on the trip with n us over. Western rango stock has many car full of passengers to unload and a ludy pussouger was to stand with ono flno points and qualities, und if it cannot bo supplanted by othora should bo foot on tho step, taking hor timo to givo improved by bettor euro and feeding. her friend a rocipo to mako raspborry Good food will do grcut things for ani- jam." Washington Stur. mals. Olit Enough. It will rcqniro u generation or two, It was iu nu Irish court thnt an old but tho rdgns of improvement will inevitably appear. Tho tough, muscular sys- man was called to tho witness box uot tem will relax n little, forming n fine long ngo, and being old nnd just u littlo busis upon which to put on flesh. In fact, blind iio went too far iu moro than ouo in crosses betw eon tlio scrub stock ami senso, und iustend of going up tho stairs superior breeds tho former contributes that led to tho box ho procoedod to nothing so vnluablo ns u tough muscular mount tlioso thut led to tho bench. Suid bYbtoui. Our flno bred cattlo usually lack tho jndgo good hnuiorcdly : "la it a jndgo you wnnt to bo, my this, nnd it is a good thing to infnso a good man?" littlo into tho now blood of tho futuro "Ah, shuro, thin, you honor," was generations. This question of cheaper food production can bo applied to farm- tho quick reply, "I'm nu ould muu ers in all parts of tho country. Thoro is now, and mebbo it's ull I'm fit for." Tho nstonished jndgo hud uo reply no stnto whoro too much grass is raised. When wo reach that stage, it may bo reudy. Scottish Nights. timo to call a halt, but as grass is nt A IleulghtoU Child. tho foundation of all good farming, wo "This," said tho mothor in hor best suraro a long distauco from having a plus. Alfalfa will always bo usoful in instrnctivo voico ns sho guided tho child improving tho soil and foodiug moro through tho musonm, "this is a praying stock. When this is iu abuudanco, tho machiuo used by tho benighted cost of raising stock is but small, for "I don't think that is half as uico ns alfalfa raised stock aro not by any means plenty of this valu- having your praying dono by tho preachpoor animals. With able forage a lack of grain is not so no- er, liko wo do, do you, mamma?" asked tho small girl Iudiuuapolid Journal. ticeable. Denver Fiold nnd Furm. nfllr-mutifor-giv- A. E. GIBBONS, Next door to Fanners National Bank, Main Street, and examine one of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offercdjn, Central Kentucky. "TheBEST is Always The CHEAPEST.'1 Smith & Stoughtoris Men's Shoes. Drew, Selby & Co.'s Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. Carpets, "Window Curtains, Polls, and a General Supply of almost any thing jou can think of, and all at r, beef-maki- bo-en- Rock Bottom Prices Call in to see me when you are in town. ! I CHARLES WHEELER, The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. H. G. BUPLEY, -- THE MERGHANTTAILOR- Is Receiving his SPIMIM AVKB OTMMC1EJB Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. UhgDEgnAK9NC BY- - ! J. , BK'CXiJBLRir - oto Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-House hoa-then- ." We have just received a full line of "the old reliable" Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs. Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steeland Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Flames,' Collars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. To Italso I'igs Without 3111k. Ho Knew Her. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. MOST IN QUANTlTYt BEST IN QUALITY, cd 1 I ( ) Milk is tho perfection of feed for young pigs, but they will thrivo on other material when properly proparcd. Boarding honso or city swill, so called, booms to bo the best of anything nsido from milk, probably becauso of tho of tho material of which it is composed. If this is usod, add just enough hot water to warm tho mass. If this cauuot bo obtained, you can resort to tho moro expensive mot liod of cooking up small potatoes, odds and ends of vegetablos gouorally tho grcator tho variety tho better and mix iu somo grain, such as host wheat bran, corn and oats, ground together. To mako a gallon cask of swill you will want about half a bushol each of vogotablos and com and oats. Put tho grain in tho cask and scald with boiling wator. Pour in tho boiled vegetables woll mushed, and feed wnrin whon properly thinned. Pigs, as a rule, do not liko thick swill, and a sloppy nrtiolo seems to bo best in overy respect. Sugar boets raw aro on excollont winter feed, and will go n long way toward supporting pigs if a littlo swill isullowod. If cattlo aro fed corn in tho car and pigs havo tho run of tho manuro, thoy will do first rnto with u littlo swill only. Pigs also do woll on a mixturo of chopped clover and warm water, with a littlo grain. Now Engluud Homestead. va-riu- ty 4-- Witherby (to tickot soller) Say, that woman ahead of me has such u big hat that I can't seo the play. Won't you giro mo another beat? Tickot Seller Why dou't you nsk hor to take it off? Witherby Not much I Sho'ainy wife. JOHN K. The above fine black, jicx with gray points will make the seasou ol iW at my place, tt e old H Helm farm, o I the Sisnford and Shelbjr City pike, at Truth. $7 to Insure a Colt 4 Montbs Old. John K. is 4 years old, 15 hands h;gh and Is a Gallant Dr. Johnson. splendid Individual. Dou't trcul till ou sie hicu. Dr. Johnson paid a pretty compliment tie was foaled and raised by J K Itaiishmao. of YEARS FOR HiKtnnvilla. He has Droven to Mrs. Siddons whon, for tho moment, did breeder of large colts, ashimself to be a sulen-at vral of hl U all WORM Romodlon. Hns ho had uo chair to offer hor, "Mudam, Mr. Haushman'a will show. Mares keptatea- - FjFL'rWVledRflTTJs: filliBiMTFFn. taken to pitmnt tai MBfewi you who so ofton occasion a want of sonablo rates. Careshould InT occur uccldcnts, hut not ratnciis ltln .sold ii Y vi.r, imuaaisTM. Bo.iti? to other people will moro oasily FKKD 1. MSllOP. Stanlord, Ky. 1 mciituuinx niDitiMt to., ST. Loris. Exoxcuso tho want of ouo ycurself." MNTTSKv?ri change. I WORMS vermifuge; 20 WHITE'S GREW rr In The Divorce Daya. the: Queen &QrzsQ,znt ROUTE ! aeatc-D- . Just beforo going out with your team iu tho snow, rub glycerin plentifully nil over your horso's hoofs and you will havo no trouble with snow balling upou their foot. Glycerin has such anaflluity for wator tbut it molts tbo snow off the horse's foot to get it and ao keep then clean. """ " Sho Why do they speak of some ariB toorata as being bluo blooded? He Probably bocause blue ia a fast lor. New Xork World. Ev -- reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed iraing D.iv Conches and Sleenine Cars throuch to Harrunan, Chatta- nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Jvnoxvilie, 1101 jipnngs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroc TrY, and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to L,os Angeies anu San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, -via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Farlor with every accommodation to patrons. Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa- Cars tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. O. Bineanon, CkM.W.Zell, ti,ii W i? 1 Mv. Famfr Agt., Cincinnati. O. nf rtort. " ,11 -- i it ii I.-- - Mi-Wt- on Interior Jqurnai - Scanford. Ivr. March 10 1S9C E. C. Walton, Business Manager If IF YOU WANT I 111 in your neighborhood tliis season - BEST I the Jf IJS;' GARDEN pLANT OUR FAMOUS (sPfi4 fWAl MHV 2ffitiffitfjgtf ' I irv YYv fc 1111 all of which arc described and illus- trated in our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896. A new this season is the Free de- livery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Post Office. This " New Catn- loguc " we will mail on receipt of a where they saw this advertisement, the Catalogue will be mailed Free 1 MIIVn w,1Ml.t - fib $&',.' S "K k PETER HENDERSON & GO. ssj35&37CorUanatSt.,lfcwYork.ssss4i Ivor jftW ,ilJfJ) M fgf TB 3 TABLEH'S 1J! S IT P 2 CURES A SURE NOTHING BUT iVBai i l wasasaam'm tfSM&Hsmr 1 ywz,frw&fW$w JS? Afe U.Wlf 11 OAT3 AND ANTHRAX. Interesting Derlsloa Itecfintly !lniUtHl by isn BnRlUh Cot.r. A caoo of much to farmers bna been decided in one of tJie English courts. The plaintiffs sued to recover tho frlco of certain oatw. Tho defendant denial HrvbUlty on tho ground the o4 htvd oontinsl tho germs of anthrax, which hivd cauwd the dlncfkHo to break out in hli ntnblcs r.nd lod to tli Iom of 50 hor.vr. Some of tiiesa Tcr corrrrd by insurance, but he counter-claimein respect to tho others. ScTcrtvl eons dealers who had bought nome of tho oo.t in question from the plaintlft-- mixed and and sold them again said they had rrcehed no complaint concerning thmu. An expert Trtrinary curgeon said the oats had a considerable quantity of dirt iu them, and should not June lcen fed to liorsen witliotit being screenwl. lie, thought It possible that winnowing the oat would liae got rid of tho bacilli, aa it woh ponUle, if thoro were any sKrr, they uere ivll on the surface. He thought there as as room to doubt that tJie oat in qumtion caused tlic hordes to die. The jury found that tho goods ere by reason of h.tent germs of antJirax in tlicm Alien they were first delicrcl to the defendant; that tho defendant had not been guilty of neg ligence In not halnr cleaned them, but that ho had been ho guilty by reason of not taking the order of a second supply of the oats off the file. Judgment uni gnen for the plaintiff for $110, the value of the second lot of oats supplied, and for the tlefentlunt for $1,100, tlio nhio of 11 hoises which died in consequence of th first tlc- lirery. i!JUt intrt strcct-rallroa- tht d s uti-niix- WW irs'I JAMRSX. rAMPBFU. unnier-chantab- lo is &n A fiiliiSit cussed. "Well," said the Uit of the establishment, "I wish somebody would discover my price and offer it to me." "My lH)y," solemnly remarked the perfumery drummer, vv ho had not spoken lnforo that evening, "thero Is no sinnllor coin mntlo than a cent," And for several seconds there was no sound heard wive the drip, drip of the real mineral witters from the hydrant. r ltuifalo Kxpress. Ill)) I'litlrnt Itsli. Phut I'IkIi How am you getting nlong? .No luek utnll. Tho umn .Second nt tliu end of Unit lino is a chump, or eluc he's 11s full as gxit, Firnt Fish What's the trouble? Second FNh I took tho bait ofT his hook an hour ago, and I've bevn waiting ever nine.) for hliu to put some mory ' on. Detroit Catholic. ' Itxtitliltnlilni; III ltrHiliitliin. Uunlen Goodly must bo an awful x 11 "livery man has his price," sentcu-tiousl- A Confidential announced the philosopher of tho drug store, whero the franchise wns being dis- To the Good People of Lincoln y all-nig- ht III Prlro a Dlmnilty. Letter. d Mar. limiting How enu ton wty such a thing? We has tin. lepiitation of being the mint truthful man In the country. Nobody ever doubts his word. llurden That's exactly why I wy so. Truth is so much stranger titan fiction that a umn uuwt be a very clever liar to get himself believed. Truth. lust Hip Other Ha). "Why arc all thonu knots tied in jour handkerchief, Sllmmm?" "Oh, they represent various crntmlt and Adjoining Counties: I want to whisper to you and Hro. Walton promisee to hold your ear while I do so, and'hc generally docs what he says. Having a q,ood thing, I want you to know it, for this is the season you will need it. Did you ever hear of Cooke's Sarsnparilla ? I know many of you have not, so much the pity, lor you don't know what you miss. It is the best Hlcod l'unficr in the world and just the Tonic you need to make you feel well and strong and give you a good appetite. Just try it once and ) ou will use it always. Go right straight to V. H.McRob-cits- ' or Penny's Drug Store and a bottle. They linvc it now. get Your for health, J AS. T. COOKIi, Harrodaburg, Ky. PILES. BEST REMEDY for PILES. SOlMi I1Y AT.T. SKCOOIAT!). and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho SI lliUlM T Scientific American I fes Oldest bureau for securing in America, Xvery patent taken out by us is brought leforo the public by a notlco given freo of cnurgo In tho TRADE MARKS. DESICM PATENTS, COPYRIOHTO. etc. I For Information ana free Handbook vrlto to JIUNN & CO, 861 IIroidwat. .SEW 'VORIC. patent CAVEATB. fHZWr J V JtL f scarce- a.s potatoes arc plenty, I prvMinie a good many farmers will be glad to s know how they may have a root cutter at a eiuull cost, Fig. 1 shows the complete machine. The frame may lc made of any rough matorlnl at hand. 1 niado tho legs of , Cx4 stuff; and the hopper from a by cutting out 7 inches of the lot-tont the front end, and putting a board, m, Tig. 1, in the other end of tho nrt-cla.xshot-boxm RELIABLE ROOT CUTTER.. Hoir Ono Can lip Jtde nt Home ut Very Small IUpensr. I hae noticed seeral inquirief. about feeding potatoes to stock and the best May to prepare thcin. As money is as KKIIVHlMIINEY. write or anything? Mre. nsliinyioti JohtiHon, of Now Chicago Aunt Certainly, my dear; York Cilj, wrs found dsd by lirr write on it: "Many happy nsturtw" v,t o hail junt If) ttilnuten X. Y. Weekly. t Hfci;idin U (rippe TcmblcpaiUMiB. f coach-iai- f Tlio IMnl if I'olltrnr". wo.i.d Ut lor bonis with lillle iRttnsiUsiso MIm Wwtinl Here are cards for tnj aa4 it ii..tMtl at il kn eulil not sarvive tliom A Kini;' Sew IHvctr.fr), cousin's wedding rvocpUoii; but as it Atsid ieeiHridnl fr aad kkly Mltfri-,(H It mm m Itstvaik IwMk-free at VV. II M.ltbils' is in Chicago, of course I omi'tgo. In iluIi.'' Dtug Mate Uvular 'VK anJ II tenillng my ctinl, bIhihIiI 1 Marvolouo ItouultH my vvlfe commikwioned tue Jo do." Ciasa 4 ietlec wiwkm hy Ktv ) I IHntMMtnle, Mick . f pisiltet "And you mad tlum on pnrMe to s4l tklt xsrsvci "I have so fce.ltitioH la rsroiaaea.1-inrenicmlwr?" Dr Kiag's New Pmevrry, as ism rtItn naivclmii la IhecsHi at my wife "No. On puriHMu to forget." De- were I ' 'Vkile wsiptilvfcl h H r. I c..r.!. troit Free Press. Juxctieii she wt brovafat Ibwh with )Hium,ia I 0tii4r, g i !( ukI Trl y a litis-Iihi- kI box. Sftiwtffiit mmm Lanrest clretilatlon of any scientific paper In tho world, Splendidly Illustrated. No lnttlllirent man should bo without it. Weekly, S.I.OO a rears $IJO six monthv Addre. allTNN A CO., Vubluukils, .101 llruadway, New York City. The knJf can be made of an old handsaw, or something similar. It should bo about 10 i noli fa long and from 2 to 7 inches wide. If less than sccn inches, the back jmrt of slide may bo made level with tho upper surfaoe of the knife, by a board. The knife, n, is fastened to k. ! f AIILVIF She uh Maudiuj: upright with A Itrfiiliitlnu. one hand clapping the knob of a "Thi'i e doesn't mciii to lo a grent deal door. of money in utorles," remarked the Not to Do Trifled With young man with literary asipiratlouN. Wi p.opl nevet learn that a caH'' aa aec "That's where jouVru pnljmhly misto le drrodid aad that wha Itwcuri, taken," replied tho architect. "Just go should be piemptly applied There is ao Inowing where tie tn.uM will end, and wMIs out and take a look at thnt hevcn-stor- j cemnlete recovery It the ru'r, Ihr cicesttMStt aic building 1 have been putting up." IcfflUr lirqucnt and tVMtuwuct upon tboiitaadt el rslallllr.'sicsstttr eteiy year, uthrmlia hy a Washington Star. lillle injudicious before. 11 Ileal-nirnl hr STKVLN80N. I- 11 invanut who can trace tftrir eamnlilmi 10 She stood on a weighing machine; ho 'eulUt," which al the lime of ocutlence gae ao '"" snii cu4.l u LhsmtitUln't Whtn had dropped a penny iu and the indica- Iraublcd wllh a ere tnerucrc neclrcted Caueh Ktnedy It it preiupt and (Ictlual CiaciAEuU tor pointed to 223. "I.ovey," sho gurgled, gal I IS Uasetle, 1 Itaw Sueur. c yrnplPiut. Bevocil cspMUie and sccmiarly tiRIng y imm there are couat- - 'BIG FOUR" ROCTE, Beit Line to and From ir CHICAGO, ILL. Sleeping C ars, and latot improved Private partment Buffet Sleeping Cars, magnificently nished with toilet accessories ment. Best terminal station. it) each CLAUDE MATTHEWS. Solid Vestibuled Trains, with lluffet Parlor Cars, Elegant Coaches, Dining- Cars, Wagner Comfur- j a'1 compart- ff 7t.l CUTTER. I ?TFsiSI ST. LOUIS. Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cm, roaches and Hiring Cars, and Wagter lluffet Sleeping Cars. Entering St. Louis ever the New Merchants' Bridge, avoiding: the disagreeable tun HOMEMADE rt er nj. ItOOT men terrible frightlastnlght. I thought something awful had happened. Mrs. Talkerly Why? Did he come In drunk? Mrs. Manhattan No; sober. Town pounds in the hist two weeks." "Swcctey," he chirruped, "I never loved you so much before." And the machine broke down. To Date. Ilirifiionhln ThnnclitlevMivM. Mrs. Manhattan My husband gave "I've tut For 3 and 30 cenls per bottle by Hocker, rtaalord Ky 1 ale at Cmi A set. I" cinnati. BOSTON. The only Through Sleeping Car Lino Llegant Wagner Sleeping Cars from Cin- NEW YORK. The "Soutr western Limited" Solid Veslllulcd Trains, with Lctubinstlcn Library. liuflt and Smokirg Cars, Wngner Sleeping Cars. Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars, landing passergers in New eikClty at ad Street Depo . Post ively 0 rrry transfer Be suroour tickets read via"BIG FOUR " n u. martin, e.o Mccormick, Oen Pass ,Vr Tkt. Agt Passenger Traffic Mgr 3 JrJ"?M-A- "- - in , srm fcrj- IK- jr -r isij 7 &.frm Jif.t t yc'iBcrf!Siu. z z ?Majg t 1 .ir fOU AKKGOINU ....TUB... ssasaaHLiimMsMaHMMHMMastiHnssiiBsBM mm 5t' GROVEU CLEVELAXa 7 . Louitviiic 4 Nashville r. r. Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Train? connections at Makeclose shown in Figs. 1 and 2, by two stout pieces of lxl stuff alout 0 inches long, bolted loosely to the lever and slide. Tho tongue on the slide, through which tho bolt pa.ssea, should be 3 or I indies long, to ghe suulclcnt strength to the joint, Tho lever is 4 feet long and made from the handle of a broken stable fork. The lower end is inserted into roller, d, Tig. 1. A loard, tho size of the front end of hopper. Is placed inside the front, and extends down to tho slide. This board should bo fixed so that it can bo removed when it is necessary to sharpen tho knife. Tho knife comes against this at every stroke, and Is cleaned off so it will not freeze if used in a cold place. The slide is put in place from the front, before tho "stubbing board" is placed In position. S. I). I'cck, in Ohio as slide, This is a board 13 inches long and same width iw knife. A hole, h, Fig. L', 4 inchea wide is cut in the slide under t he knife, tho edge being cten with the edge of knife, Pig. ". Tho knife is raised from the slide inch by pieces of lath about and fastened with screws. The slide is worked by tho lever, b, fastened to one-quart- DON J. DUhtN.'OV. Tho LexiniMtn A iHllrotd iiHR clofetl a rontrttrt with the govern Topics. merit coulrvctor at Frankfort, now btilltl-ini- t Where It Mut Pull. leck No. Ton the Kentucky river, nt No matter how the neftrchlnu cnthcxlo rnv May roach whero falls tho keenest hu- llie.li liridce, for the trauporintiou of man U)'C, I.tiOO ear loads ol drttxed etonu from It still must fall to hunt tho secrets out Whlih lurk within tho bouom of tnlnee Bentty ville. Kut-ler- All last winter Mr Geo A Millt.uf Lebanon, Loan., was badly sftlictol with rheumatism At timet it as so trtrte that be could not stand np sira ght, but was drawn iver ou one tide "I tried diCeirnt rrraedles without flndinr relief," he lays, until abaut tls months ago ( bought a bottle ol Dr. CharobeiUin's Pain Halm. Alter usli'g It ler three days my thei'Mstum gone and hat cot reiuiiMtl uncc ' For tale by Craig A HocVer, Stanford, Ky . Pl. , WHY Mil: I)sMKi:i Detroit News. III.VI. Hucklln'H Arnlcrv Bulvo I he tteit salve in the nM fur rm. km'.... tertt, ulcers, talt rheum, fever sores trlter, chap-t-- rc handt, rnilblaint.corBi jrid all skla crupttewi. turf piles, or no pay tepuired It Is i ponir-)- to luaisntccd gite prrlect satisfaction or ocoaey rrfanded i'iiw cents bos For tsle by W H, . Kh fli.iliuggl'l 1 r TIIK SlTV7. JomTsossr, reprrtents the Old Keliable Michigan Mutuife Insurance Co, of Uttrult Mleh, can write you all the moat favorable plans ol Iniur atice. lie a.to rcprcseptt the old reliable Central 'lbliacco Warchouteof I.ouittille, Ky , and will be glad 10 hate a liberal share af your tatrouaire. Will be lemly 10 cooler ail the favors that can be glten by any warehouse Liberal cash advance-men- u mad on consignments, both in Ihp, W7, re1 will house and country be at Stanford court day Patties watttinp hcyshiadi, prises or money should address me at Paint lick. Ky. Fopping-ton- , Prnmpt attention guaranteed. f a (tn al Wh-- i I lirslLING INSLKANCK MAN, if; -- ?5kf -i .- ery AliTIll It P. (10UMAN. Kthcl How do you like Miss 1 Sorrow? Miss llorrow Not at all. Ho can't pronounce his r's, ami I do detest be- D. S. Will ing addressed as llier's Weekly. CABPENTER, ltt Mls.s - Itovv-vvov- v. Co- Farmer. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information e.iqulre of JOES. RICH. Agent, Stanford, Ky Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Franlcfort Shortest and quickest between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Ask (or tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Nov. j, 1895, Trains Only Dnect Lit.e Between WILLIAM a WHITNEY. r it Stamp'g Gro'd 10 aS " Klhhorn......... jo 48 Arr Frankfort A... 11 00 11 No. 3. No. 7. a. in. p. in. p. m, 6 55 1 00 415 7(8 " Klkborn 428 110 148 " Stamping Urouud 7 27 447 5 " GeorgetownB.u 7 45 5 oj a ao Art-- C. S. Depot 09 7 So J ..C - 8 30 3 41 " Paris 400 TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a. m. p. in. a. in. p. m. 6 00 4 40 Lve Paris .....C...... 9 03 6 37 Depot ....io 07 " C. S. 6 40 6 40 ' Georgetown U 10 10 5 33 TRAINS EAST. L.r Pranktort A . No. 1. tho bilo to n high degree, which causcu tho passing off of a large amount of moisture, and so produces tho process of much tho qamo as occurs In a pile of horso manure; at least, that has been my experience in cnsllo-in- g it. If sufficient water bo used upon it, the heat is reduced and the ensilage is preserved. It will bo necessary for tho person filling tins silo to watch pretty carefully, and if tho temperature rises above 133 degrees, to keep water well poured on the surface. I do not think that any injurious results will arlso from tho application of water. We have added water very freely to our corn ensllago liere, and have received no results other than beneficial ones. Inllre-fangln- g, Clovr Knsllae. Ono thing which causes the Joss with clover ensllago is that clover is a rather nitrogenous plant, and often heatu in I.o-- s In '& A TvVviHlssEisii'.aTF v? just as you stand. graph the money in your pocketbook Visitor Well, j'ou'ro a real genius then; I went through it just now and couldn't find a cent! Chicago Itecord. Only Tim They Agreed, Her Winning- Curd. The independent Rlrl has kucssc1 Tho way to charm, God bless erl Sho knows ly bvlni; We all sigh to possess her. -- U A. V. Bulletin. Ilia Marvelous Poire r. Photographer Ves, sir; 1 can photoO cheaper grades. Coilsrs, hames, bridles for farm puipcsca, breeching and s'rap work of all kiod Furniture of all descriptions. 1 runks, bags, traveling ttleicopca, hone blanket!, buggy rugs, slove and stove fixtures. Ac. all ol which h ,.,.,.,. your attention and it spection and ptomue to deal jintly and act honorably with you in all transae- - OFHUSTONVU.LE. csirv a full lira ol genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the Gale and other leading larming Implements. The Walter A. Wool Mower ard Reaper Machines, Cultivators of Hie quality, best lluKKe or the money, Pbaitunt, Surrra and Carnages of the richest iiiallties and fanciest and latest styles, 'I he best grade ol light buggy harness and th ' Portland. U. S. CARPKNTKIt, Hustonville, Ky. , Mrs. Ilenpcck You're drunk all the tlmel I think you wcro drunk when I married you! Hcnpcck I'm sure of HI Town Miggs Diplomacy. ..To tte San Francisco. Via The Topics. WILLIAM F. VILAa diana Experiment Station. To Destroy Lie on 6 38 7 7 5 7 30 I 8 " 7 13 SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Gecrgetown 10 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort si co a. m. Leave Frankfort 4 30 p. tn. arrive Georgetown The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, Kait, North and West. For further information apply to their agents, C. D. UEKCAW. Qenv Pass. Agent.. GKO. B. HAKPEK, Hec'r & Gen.Sup Frankfort Kv ir" 7 s ryv ms ir WILLIAM iiuu ' It. MORRISON. Last winter it was noted that u number of horsea were troubled with verin plain Knsrlish. lice. Thov min might bo fed twice as much as ordinary horsefl, and yet they remained poor and wretched looking. Mr. D. W. Hayes, a trainer of western New York, gives the following recipe for getting rid of the pests: Half a pint of keroseno to two gallons of water. Wash tho hordes with this twice, with an interval of two or threo days between applications, "and any lice you And after that I will glveycu a premium for," says Mr. ITriyes. well-know- Hon. When you order a swell dinner, cat It, and suddenly discover that you are broke, what do you do? Dlggs Tho proprietor if I can. N. Y. World. The. Honest Mun. ffiHitSLi'..'-I.gjls-- l fyli0UISVIl.htWlEArlCHlC5lll -- Only Dining Car Route From - tJ-- ' The Heiress Am I the only girl In tho whole wldo world you love? He No, dear, but you were the only girl I knew who could afford to marry me. Bay City Chat, Sho Was Left. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers oj Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO CHICAGO. mANK J. n 'ill?' v ittV - - J--i x i ; i JP ') J "Has Miss Scorcher abandoned her wheel?" "No; her wheel has abandoned her. Denver. Detroit Free Press. RF.ID. E. H. BACON G. P, Agent, ! D. P. A , Chicago. Louisville Be sure to call for Mooon Koute. St ;Paul. N IDEAwl,0Cftn(1'i . " BTEHL1N0 MORTON. ing Post. 'Tm a terror when I'm mad." "Just llko any dog." Chicago Of Coarse. WANTED-AEven- mi il. n. v, irM-iri- S -- n. v. i;:r'." ""!wiasuiogton. ,iwv fiuu uuer. inn."?HS!?i WEDI EIU J .i e ir . - &mi-Week- ly Interior Journal K.Y', - Fkiicalks at Shanks'. Sn'SATBRP At Hhanko'. Glovbii and Timothy seed at Warren & one or more of these Shanks' "Model Grocery." dealt with as nliov.v poor fellows are Scahford. March 20, 1806 Hamiiuik18 at Shanks'. m Just back from tho cities with new come sick while in their goods at lowest priced cash could buy them. Severance & Bon. Miss Olyuk Huffman, the tnlented young violinist from Lancaster, will render two violin boIob at tho Grecian En tertainment DaNks will repftir your wntch. E. C. Walton, Business Manager m Thy Dauks' Parker Fountain pen. - . Moun saddles coming. Higglns k McWcaru temporarily without h watch repairer, but iluririK liis absenco your Kinney. re pHir work will bo wnt to tlio city, Housu full of now goods. Severance and nccurutolv ilononnd returned SbkUio wedding at Grecian Entertain to you without any ultra charge. Pn-ny'- & Son. The greatest sale at public auction ever known in the city of Stanment Friday night; and the 20 little tots Drug and Jpwolry Btorn. Gaiidbn Heeds, Craig it llocker Cash in the Baby Song from Opera Wang. ford. SS.oooor Si o, ooo worth of Dry Goods. Notions, 'Boots and Druggists. PEnSUMAiP0INTs7 Admission 15, 35 and 50c. shoes, hats, men's and boy's Clothing, White Goods, Laces, Nmv lino boye' clothing and extra brain Gkoiuik Ammon ia fatally ill of Mu. E. R. Clifton, of Kingsville, sends Ribbons and everything kept in a dry goods store to po at pants. Severance A Fon. trouble. u word that ho didn't run from tho your own price. VVc have determined to close our business and to do E. W. Gain in back in Ed Wilkinson's Oaiiloau of buggiea just received, aheriir. His leaving at tho time of tho it in the quickest way, and we invite not only our county but adjoinbarber ahop. which will bo sold at rock bottom prices. oillcer's arrival was purely accidental, as aick for B. K. Wearen. Mrb. J. It Oundohjt ban boon ing counties to come to this sale. We know you can make money ho did not know of his presence. for a week or more. here, because we mean business, and the longest poles knocks the Auction, auction, auction I Rend our Mn. W. L, WmiKiia is workinn tbo J. H. Bauoiiman's horse, which was persimmon. Our lines are all complete and whatever you may want ad. aud come to tbo greatest auction sale tnonntuiu towns thin week. hitched in tho yard at his homo u few overbold. Hughns ATate. you can get at this sale. All Merchants and Milliners would do well Mim Dollik McUohkhts ia back from days ago, got loose and running nway n delightful vieit to llichinond. to attend this sale. You can buy Ribbons from us cheapei than from broke tho top oil of tho buggy. A fire Wr have constantly on iiand funnel Miss Jksnik Oooj'Kn went to I.oulnvlllo and bituminous nut coals for cooking plug on Somerset street was strnck by any wholesale house. We will open this sale on yeaterdny to ciiko in thumillinory bus purposes. J. II. Itaughmau A Co. the runaway and considerably demolishinewt. ed. JmK I). Wkaiikn ia working moun Crktons aud mohairs aro tho things A mkkti.no of the Stanford Water, tain towna with hie linrs of clothinK aud for Spring suitings for ladies. (Jo to insurance. Shanks beforo buying and see goods and Light and Ice Co.'s directors was held Wednesday to further discuss tbo reserMn. II. U 1'hicb, of Cincinnati, apuut get prices. - mm yesterday with bin relatives, Hov. II. It. L. A. lirmly and voir building. Mr. B. J. C. Howe, of Mrs. Noel and family. Mis Mollle Ware have formed a partner- Indianapolis, was present and he arAnd continue from day to day until the entire thing is closed, We Miib. Owsley Kvanb, o( Danville, is a ship in dress making. See card in this ranged to furnish the specifications for invite all to come the first day and remain until it is over. tho building and return them in a few patient at tbo 1'roteatAut Infirmary. issuoanJ give them a trial. days. LuxlDKton Herald. i WooumiiKiB Jellico Coal is again otTer-c- d Miis. 6. H. Myuhs and Emily returned A larok crowd will doubtless greet you at a reAioiiablo price and with a from a visit to her son, Eiltllu Stallcup, tho Delsartean entertainment sttisfactory guarantee. Give us n trial in iouiavillo Miss Harriot Glascock, who is as hand.1 X' (n . .. ...... Mha. Willib A i AM, of Ml. Vi'rnon, nrrlur w. .ui... w. It . ntiniflifiinn some bh the is accomplished, has worked puMt'd through yrsterday to I.iiicna'.er, At tho last meeting of Hope Lodge hard Mih her class ot pretty girls and to testify in a railroad cams. No. 10, Knights of Honor, Mr. A. C. Sine deseivrs to receive an ovation. The proMiih K. 0. Walton and Lucy Lee aud resigned as reporter and Mr. A. A.War- ceed are for thebenefitof the Armenian MIrb Flora Vhittlnnton apent several ren, who held the olllco for 10 years be- sutltrers and all the churches aro interdays at llustonville this week. ested. fore Mr. Sine, was elected in his stead. Mim. A. M. Ginni.Kit and little iIhukIi-teTiik Somerset Hornet stings tho alleged of Somerset, nrw vlnttln Mrs. James Mn J. JJ. Uauoiima.n has bought of mind reader, Thomas Y'Daer, and hi L. Yantiaon the Danville pike. Dr. W. N Cruig, the house and lot of 3 MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Mu. ThOMr Wkaub.v isHUlleritiK with acres, now occupied by Mr. A. G. EaeU aggregation of chair warmers from stem a sprained knee nt his mother's, Mrs land, for JU.GOO, nnd will likely build a to stern and characterizes tho show as the Fred Erwin and Miss Caroline Jew Nancy Wearun, on Lovrrr Main. handsome residence on it in the near worst fake on tho road. The managera of orulzy were married at Ottenheim yes Walton's Opera House wero under that terday. Littlx Virginia Hournu ws quite bad-I- v future. impression when it declined to go into burned on the face Wednesday and T. M. McMnllin, a widower of 39, Puiib, Country, MapleSyrup and Sugar, fears are that it will leave an uuly erar. Straight and Mixed Pickles, Straight and partnership with the concern for a per- and Miss Docia Padgett were married at formance hero. MH.T.M. Wiiitb, Mlivwa VirKlo and thu bride's home near Kingsville yesterDuckwheat Flour, N Y. Annie White aud Charlie White left Cream Oheeae, Crackers and Cannod A liox of beautiful flowers was received day. Tuerday to make tiieir home at Oorbln. goods of every kind at Warren A Shanks' yesterday by tho editor from Mrs. M. F, Mack Young nnd Miss Lena McGuf-feMesuamesGub Hokman.v, K. G. Dick 'Model Grocery." a pretty young lady of the Highland Elkin, who is with her husband at Perry, and Laura Pepper ware down f'om Crab section, were joined heart and hand at for the paGa., and an interesting Sixty petitioners asked for an election per which will appear letter Orchard Springs to tee their dress maker next issue, for the bride's home Wednesday. to be held at Junction City to take tbo Wednesday. M. F. Lawrence nnd Mias Lena Anboth of which'we return our heartiest Mini. P. F. Stilmnih, of London, came sense of the people on whether saloons derson, the handsome daughter of Mr. thanks. Mr. Elkin 1b deputy supreme down yesterday to attend Mrs. Jane shall be licensed thvre, bnt Judge Prow commandar of the Maccabees and is or- Silas Anderson, were married at Mr. S. Harrow's burial and is the guest of Mrs. itt declined to make the order and it is ganizing lodges in Georgia. W. Harbor's, in the Eist End, Wedneslikely that the nutter will ho taken to H. It. Mahouy. day. Mits. II. D. GukOOBY, with her pretty the circuit court Genuine equinoctial weather has pre A Kansas court baa ruled that "a vailed for a week, snows, rains and winds man who calls upon a woman regularly little daughter, Catherine, left Tuemlay Somb months ago Mr. W. H. Traylor, for her homo after spending aeveral the clever distiller, bad a lot of wood cut alternating and making out door opera- and takes her to ontertainments occations peculiarly disagreeable. Yeeterday sionally is legally engaged to marry her." weeks with her mother, lira. J. P. New Goods coming in from New York, Philadelphia and Cincinnaand stored in an out hous, a short dis. from his dwelling. When he went though nominally tbe first day of Spring If this is held as the law, there are sevMh. W. It Kino, who came down from tance We have many New Things was all aorta of n day, except a sunshiny eral old bachelors in Stanford, who are ti this veek. Come in and see them. Knox to congratulato hia father, the to get a load the other day he was both one. Thero ia some hope held ont by liable to breach of promise suits. Show You. Hon. H. B. King, on returning from surprisel and worried to find that it had tbe signal service, which says that while A Wisconsin man, whose wife had to Frankfort alive, paaaod up home yester- aU been stolen. Ttiere were several Friday will be colder, it will be fair. procured n divorce from him, left a will wagon loads of it. day. giving his property to the children who Mn. W. 8. Mybwj, of tbe Wrought sided with him in the case and to those Forobiiy. Armed with n warrant who sided with their mother at the time Stolb Coal. Tho proof was dead Iron Range Co., passed up to Crab Or- against Tom Manuel and Frank Lucas, sworn out by Mr. F. M. Waru against of the domestic trouble he willed ono chard yesterday to spend sevetal days that they had been appropriating coal to William Chesterfield, late superintend- copy of Milton'e Paradise Lost, with the with bin daughter. He has just returntheir own use, which belonged to tho L ent of the McKinney Canning Co., Dep- hope that "it will do them much good." ed from Richmond, Va. A very pleasant marriage was celeA N. railroad and at their trials Wednesuty Sheritl H. M. Newland went to Mn. A. U. Romnson, who ia with bis day wore given 30 days ettch nnd they Frankfort Tuesday to procure a requisi- brated Wednesday afternoon at tbe home e Misa Maggie Y. Martin near hick brother, Mr. J. Fleece Robinson, at are now in jntl. Thero was no proof tion from tho governor upon tho gover- of as the result of which Miss MarColumbus, Ua., senda ua a budget ol RgainstTom King nnd he waa discharged. nor of Ohio for tbe body of the alleged tin became Mrs. W. T. Sutton. Tho bride for which wo are grHte Southern forger, -- bo at Inst accounts was at Har- wns attired in a tasteful gown of brown fill. The sick man ia improving slowly. Tiik Inw and order club at Kingsville cloth and hat to match. There were no setting the is determined to break up whisky selling rison, in that State. Hon. J. Sam Owblky, Jit., is attendants. After the marrUiro ceremony paco for all democratic candidate for there. They procured 18 warrants W. II. Kihiiy gave a progressive which was pronounced by Elder J. T. Cait. Christian Congreca in tbo Eighth district, and ng.iinsttwo men, but agreed with tho krokonolo party Tuesday night. Thero Sharrard, of tho Stanford church, in a very impressive manner, there will have to be somo tall running county attorney that if they would prom- wero three tublee with four playerfl to tho guests retired to tho banquet hall tocatrh up with him. IxuiiHville Tunes. ise to quit the tntlllc, nfter paying $1'J0 each and some scleutitic work wn done. where a delightful repast whs served. John F. Smiley, ono of the most pop- and costs, they would not prees the other MessrH. J. E. Bruce and W. A. Tribhlo Friends present from a distance were A. ular huoo men In 1miaville, formerly of cases If they keep thoir promise we wero the winners, but the genial host has G. Daniel and wife, Lexington, W. A. Largest and Most Complete Stock Cnrson and wife, Crab Orchard, Mrs. the DoMton Shoo House, has accepted will have no need toc-.l- l uameo. of not yet decided what ho will give them Nannie Jennings nnd Mrs. L. Davidhon, LBsHBtts3BKK A ?4BMtf7-HH- i the management of the EinerHon Shoe as prizes. Mrs. Kirby was not nt homo of Gnrrard county. The happy couple Tub Queen & Crescent has taken ang near Preschers-ville- . will go to Co., who aro noon to open up busineps or tho stags would not have been permit-The I. J. extends congratulations corner Fifth and Market streets. Truth. other stop in advance- railroading. Here- ted to play till such n lste hour. If 1 nnd good wishes. VL3P!2.'tirHMBvsr1?H9PSv9iLLLV Misses Ulydk Hikkman and Georgia tofore a train was disabled but ween Ever brought to this Section. over from Lancaster Wed- two stations, no matter if they weo 10 THEFRANKFORTPENITENTIARY. Miller were .VKW ADVEBTISKMENTK nesday, when MIb Clyde, who is to per- miles apart, n brakeman had to bo Discipline, Modes of Punishment. &.O. on foot to the nearest telegraph uillce. form Bt the Delsarto entertainment toIn dealing with the class of men that night, gave eeveral exhibitions of her Beginning this week, this Blow process violin. ' It will is relegated to tho past and each passen- Warden Georgn, of tho Frankfort peniwonderful skill with the Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Ky. ger train on that splendidly equipped tentiary, doeB, it iB necessary to bo very bo worth tbo price of admission to hear road carries a tricycle to be used in emer- - strict. The average convict bns little her alone. gencies nnd thus save hours of good self respect nnd he would engage in mrst Call on m MrosKs. Will and Alurht Skvkiiancb BIG LINE OF anything for pastimo wero it not for the Mrs. L. A. Bradv, buying goods time. mm who wero in Cincinnati Enginrbh Kank Killed. No. 5, the fear of punishment. This punishment Miss Mollis Ware. this week, were In tho wreck on the K. d night express on tho K. 0, is severe indeed nnd calls to mind that Koomiovcr M. D. Elmore' stoto, Stanford, Ky 0. Wednesday morning. They wore severely jarred and nlmout frightened to ran into a huuu bowler near Ward's sta- received by evil doers in oldor times. For death but escaped unhurt. They tell ub tion at 1:30 Wednesday morning. The instance when tho writer was at Frankthat aomo of tho passongers in tho sleepn few days ago he attended one of the er wore thrown out of their berthB, hut engine was thrown over, killing Engineer fort John Kane and wrecking it, but no ono courts hold inside the walls nnd of which Furniture Stained and Varnished was Injured except the not a soul whoso head was slightly bruised else was hurt. The baggage and another tho wnrden wns "judge, jury and execuat the and the unfortunato onglneer, who lost car wero derailed. Kane was an unmar- tioner." A couple of convicts had beon All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. life. his 32 nndjwas well and favora- gambling and after closely questioning VERY ried man of bly known here. Ho was from St. Louis, them Mr. Georgo found them guilty and Leave Orders at Penny's Drug CITY AND VICINITY. to which place hia remains were taken. announced that ho would glyo them "two Store. Mkn's fancy Blurts at Shanks'. Until the wreck was denied through nights up," each. Another had stolen a Call and see them. V. Gker, Stanford, Ky. tf trains on the K. 0. had to run via Row- cane from a fellow convict and he wes and mohairs at Shanks'. Cbbions land. given "two nights up" also. The reader "Wakk up." Danks' $1 alarm clocks An Inventoh. Mr. Benjamin Frank- will doubtless wonder what ia meant by i up." It means that the - lin Rout, chief electrician of tho Stanford "two nights White eeed oata for sale. J. H. BaughUntil April 15th I make this unprecedented person so sentenced is chained to the Water, Light A Ice.'Co,, has employed hia offer: mnn A Co. t door of his coll, with his hands abovo his & few spare moments in inventing nn elecDOLLARS Dniun apples wanted at Higgina tric closer or cut out, which is pronounc- head nnd kept in that position for two I THIS COUPON with TWO1896, lor is gcod uutil April ij, TraSn M cKinnev. They Never Disappoint. A trial is ed by experts to be tho simplest, best and nights. He can neither sit down nor lie !S3esS1blSSmIH price and any cheapest yet designed. Ilia agent at down, but muBt "tough it out" resting jOno Dozen $3 ask. all I Mkn's hatB at most any Washington finds on investigation that ono foot while he stands on tbe other inrlf. At Harp's Gallery in Stanford. style nt Shanks'. I Should a flea or bug bite him ho must hung at Danville there ia nothing liko it in the patent ofGlvo s" a call. A.J EARP. Gov. Bhadlky was fice thoro ami on hisndvico ho has ap- "grin Bnd endure It," his hands are fas And Bogus Repairs. Tuesday nlght-- in efllgy. and ho can't scratch. At G o'clock plied for letters patent. Tho invention, tened morning he la released; ordered to TEMPLE OF FASHION. VA.NARSDAUE, Old gold or Bllver wanted. Cash or like all others of importance, is simplici- In tho ty itself, has but one spring and no coil eat broakfast in a hurry and report for trado. Danks, the jeweler. to get out of order. It is absolutely safe work. Ho is given the hardest job and HERD KJ THE Afierthc 4th I will open one of the Largest is being W. II. Bhady'b utoro room Thoroughbred and as it can be.Jrnado and sold nt a when niirht comes, he is again bound to aud Best Stocks of m& t 4m JWbWWWl treated to paper and paint. profit for $3, whon thoae now used sell the door of his cell. If there is necessity ! My Breeders were selected from tno best herds for immediate numsumont, to when a aud pricea at $4 to 15, it would nppenr that Mr. Rout Ever brought to this city. French Patterns and of this famous breed of swine In several different Skroes of various weights tht has a good thing. He and Mr. George L. convict refuses to obey the commands in lact it wilt embrace nil the novelties of in sea- States. A splendid lot ot pigs of difiarent ace at Shanks'. plenty for sale. sows a specialty. Satisfaction Miis Moore will arrive ou the 7tb, in blues and blacks Penny have entered into a partnership to given him, ho is whipped, and thia they son. for Easter. Wait and see my stock before guaranteed. Ured Correspondence solicited. Addrets tune CookB puBh the invention nnd thfcir friends fear much more than the chaining up, you bay. Also Dioss Making in the rear ot my LiGiiFARMBuiaback at John BRONAUGII, store. Satisfaction Guaranteed. M. D. DUDDtRAR. Crab Orchard, Ky. ebopnndiB ready to wait on hie old hope and bolievo that it will make them Notwithstanding the sovere ponalty they Manager. KATE DUDDERAR. both rich. have to pay, there ia not a day but what friends. . thor-ptitfhl- y a m Diiwiib-makin- u. a r, -- m tho inmates will becells at night each guard is supplied with a bottle of medicine, tho greater part of which is saftctida. Thin Ib given it matterH not what the complaint ia and as n general thing it hflfl tho desired e fleet. By 5 o'clock in the afternoon, winter or summer, supper 1h through w it li and each prisoner is lock d in hie cell. The "true-ties- " do tho locking up, hut the guards are required to try tho lock on each cell beforo 0 o'clock. If the unfortunates have Hii(lkiniit money to buy a lamp or candle they can rend until S o'clock, if nottboy can retiro or sit in the dark as they wish. Sunday is a big day in the penitentiary Moat nil of the prisoners worship in the chapel when services are held nt 2 v. n. They alao have a Ihurishing Sunday school anil n Christian Endeavor. Tho chapel seats 800, iH supplied with a handsome organ and is n very creditable housu of wotsaip. Th" 30 or 40 Catholics have a little church of their own. The library is a source of much comfort to the convicts who are of a literary turn of mind. It is supplied with an ndondauce of good books and papers which are read and returned hundreds of times. Bert Wing, the Louisville wife murderer, is librarian. The hospital is the neatest place imaginable. It is scoured twice a week and oftener if necessary and the beds and linens are as white as snow. Birds and (lowers here and thero make it present a rather pleasing appearance nnd everything is done to relieve the patient of his sufferings. Tbe dining room is a huge atTair. Good, eubatnntial food is provided nnd the fare is always good; better by far than n .good mnny of uh who are on the oulB.de get. of wide-awak- e For feareoino 5 AUCTION AUCTION! AUCTION! Em-btoiderics, in 1 M Tuesday Morning, Mar. 24 HUCHES & TATE NEW GOODS! New Dress Goods, New Lot Silks, self-raisi- y, New Trimmings. Lots of New Goods. Dai-le- y SEVERANCE & SON. Preach-ersvill- BABY B Big Line par-era- , ME m Prices. at Low bouse-keep'n- - HHMKil Undertaker's Goods m-n- t Dress Making, "W. "W- - WITHERS, Satisfaction Guaranteed. South-boun- PLOW GEAR, Painting and Papering. tiro-ma- n, HARNESS, SADDLERY, &c. LOWEST PRICES. rrTjtHTXisrcBr Genuine Oliver Plows. m flows, fsTa '. $3 FOR $2. FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 1 Cabinets, Bowar of Imitations J. K. BL.UK-GltA.-SS -- 1 Stanford, Ky. " -"- BIIIXINERY Uuroc-Jers- ey OTPn TTflflG TmW R. II. . 4 fcSJfa-- . 1- - .- - f I' .. rnV r . - . v; Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournh AT Published. Bvery Tuoaday and Friday It 3 i. 8tr When not to paid 32.60 will be eharged.'m K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 Train eave Stanford at tra.io p. m. 7:15 a, in., returning L.&.N. MO, LOCAL TIME CARD. No, as, Train going North... 9. No. tj, No. a, " " " QUEEN " South " " .. ..... ..... :i ;;po 11 04 1 315am pm tjpm & CRESCENT. Trains pan Junction City as follows No. x South ......11 37 a m No a North ...3.(6 p m M t.oS a m " 4 ...t.46 p m " 3 " ......! oa m ' o ' 5 ...3. ij a m " ...6 00 n m 10 8.40 pm 9 " Note, Not. 5 and 6 and 9 and to run no fur her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. royai P CRpYALSMlJ Kind to All Concerned. To get rid of a bore, try the motfiod pursued by a ccrtnln friend of ours. When accosted by one, ho sluikcs lunula waruily with his persecutor, glances nround anxiously, and, dropping his voice, confidentially remarks: "I must bo off. There's an nwful boro hero tlint I want to dodge; talk a follow to deutlu You understand, old CONVENIENT PIGGERY. boy." Description and Illustration of Ch Tho Bore (with a wink) I underHoc; Hunan aad Perm. stand, old follow. (Departs without Theo peiw may bo eiUier singlo and tho least suspicion that ho Is the bore.) movable, or built more, cheaply, two 01 vBoston Gazette. more together. Tho usual aire of More Than Ajrreeil with Jler. n is six by seven feet. The walls, which ate double, face the south. , "Now, I maintain," said Miss Strong, in the accotnimnying Fig. 1, the frrmt "that there is no place filled by a man walls, D D D, are three feet high, and which a woman cannot fill. la that the openings above three by air fee. comprehensive enough?" "It is ycxy comprehensive," replied Each opening may bo closed with a Mr. Nortbsjde, "but 1 am nrenored io swing door, 11, as shown in pen one. To open this door for ventilation and light, go still further in advocacy of woman's or other purposes, swing It back on ability." "Are you?" shown at C in pen adjoining, and thu "Yea, I am. On the seat of a street car, for instance, she can fill two men's afar-rowin1 places." MIms Pittsburgh Chronicle-Tele-ffrapl- u FIG. same wooden bolt tlutjb fawto9 the door when closed may by a very simple urr 'jement bo madn to secore tha door to tho meters out of tho war. Tha openings E 1 E let tlio pigs out to be fed on tho floor in front, which floor may, If required, be divided by portable panels at a a. When a mora expenuiTe hop houto is wanted, a double row of pens may be constructed, that will admit aunshin Absolutely Pure.) to all the pcivs through glaw. I havd built of tartar baking pow- noticed severalannexed after tixt style A cream Ghown in tho drawing1. The der. Highest of all in leavening sizo for eight pens is 34 feet lotr by 20 Latest United States feet wide, which inako tho pens six strength. by eight feet, with a four-foohall runGovernment Food Report. ning between their two rows. TV to In BOYAL-BAKINPOWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. iT 15111 im'iis11)- 4i?!!iriTrh- - r km ' .1 m 1 . IIIUjUllllll CHRAF m Wouldn't (31vo rt Away. Mabel Ishouldthinkitwouldbe dreadful for a girl to bo engaged to a BIIED, CONVENIENT NO man who has a twin brother. Tom 81osher Why? Mian Mabel Becaimo uhe might tho other ono by mistake. Tom Slasher Ah! but how would she know? IIo wouldn't be foal enough to era-Lro- co AKm" elW Town Topics. POWDER iews? The Onlor nf Ory Isillm. Brown Ho nays ho don' twee, how you could get any moro rent out of tiicm Tho new Order of tho Gray Ladies bethan they are paying now. Brooklyn gins with the costume. This is obliga- Stan'oid. tory in working honrs and 1ms evidentLife. Young Tramp Let's break Into the kitchen of that big hotibo and gR ncthing to cat. Old Tramp We wouldn't find much thero. Them folks puts on too much style. Git Into Uio kitchen o' steady Turnover collars and onlfs of white lin goln', folke ef ycr want en coutrlbuto to the douiuru effect aud tor strike a banquet, N Y. Weekly. give tho iluinhing dainty touch, In to-nigo A Oloonir Outlook. Brown You might not think so, but okl Cloocilst is deeply interested in tiie tenement house question. Jones In that bo? What ar his FttAsile Rilurntlon. A now prophot ha arisen in Isrnol, and by tho tima tho novoeati's of higher education for wlunon pet through with him ho will wish ho had nover been born. Ho is Sir Junes Crichton Browne, n woll known KtiHlihh physician, who dihcus.108, in tbo current number of Tho Englishman, tho question, "Should Woman Bo Educated?" Sir .Tnuiort takes tlie negativo of tho proposition, basing his argument upon certain woll recognized physiological nun nnatoiniealdiliereui(wl)otwton men and women, but from an admitted ho draws u ridiculous conclusion, lie declares, without qunlilk'uUou or limitation, that oseuiliKutiuii lias developed a tpeeial malady among gills, tho gastrlo disorder which is now no common, which induces headaches, and ho says a headachy girl is not unlikely to grow into jt hystuncnl and invalid woman. Ilor mental state may develop into epilepsy; hoiiumuibuliim may loud to chronic hysteria, and insomnia may lay tho foundation of infinity, and nuiemia nt tho growth period mitv en tail lifelong debility. What utter this is to come from tho lips of a man admittedly learn, ed in his profession Thero nru moro growing girls who aro injured, physlo-alland mentally, by eating candy, chewing gum and sitting up at night to road novels than are affected injuriously by tho higher education. It may Ikj that in rare cases a" young woman is oTcrsm-bitiouthat sho dovolops her intellect nt tho expense of her body, and that flio negjects tho ordinary rules of health in her desire to attain knowledge, hut many men have douo tho Mima thing, mi tho question is not ono of sex, hut of disposition ntid temperament. tsun rrauuifco Chronicle. pre-niih- J. S. Tarty. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Is a candid lie for Ccngress in this, the Eighth District, subject to th acfon of the Democratic THT? W A TFDC MT "'" ti i jjivu win stand at rny place on llanirlm; Koilc, four miles Horn Manlori, al Moiitv due when services .are tendered it. A I'icasanis, Stanford, Ky. tjiu n ?. Stanford, Ky. Office OTer McKobcrts llulldio? Drue; Store in the Owsley TURNPIKE ELECTION. The stockholders of the Danville A Crab Orchard l'ike are reutstel to met at the First National Hank In Stanford on Saturday. April 4 1896, for tho puipoee of electing directors for the ensuing year JACK llOsLKY, 5 td 1'resldent TO THS liADIKe 1 New cchxIs of the latest styles Just received. Call In and sen the largast and best assortod line ever brought to Slanlord Prices aa low as the o lowrst. Klegant line Linens and Kmbreidery Material. MISS I.ICCIK I1KAZLEY, Stanford, Ky PUBLIC SALE. will sell at public auction to the hlKhrst der at my place near Mustonrille, on 1 THE F. RILEY U. HOUSE Kontucky. FRANK KILKY, RII.BY. Proprlotor, bid- London. n - - - Wctlncsflay, April i, X896 The following properly, of Karnunc Implements refills. hums of Jiu and under cah. over that amount a credit of 90 dajs with intnest on Holes negotiable and patablc at the HuMonulIe Nation Brood Mares, 5 Broko Mules, wnc uciuing, j a i t ear. ling, aoo lUrrru of Ticked Coru, and all my 3 I have uovsd to my new Hotel and am txittar Brepartd than aver to accommodate the public attached and vty coavAulcnco d airad. Give ma a call. iiom-eu-- alllank IS Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchange On pik 'two miles Kast ot tains y Terms must be coiupl'cd with beforo propirtr reraovej I'.M YOWKLI., llustontille, Ky. llustonvill. Con ' 140 Acres of Fine Laud, s; Well Improved and In an eacrlltot neighborhood Laud lies well Will etchange for a entailer or a cheaper place in this or anv good county in tha Mate or would take a clean st Xk of groceries and hardware in part payment In soma live town, or A AdmlnUtalor I will sell at public auction wilt sell for nan cash balance In five years' nine at the homestead of my late nothrr, Mia I. A. or longer if desired, For further particulars call on or address, (teen, 14 miles from llu.louvillt, on K. D. KKNNKl'Y. 8 i im Hustonvllle, Kj Sale of Land, Stock, Crop Tuesday, Mar. 31 96 One Cow and Calf, Household and Kitchen furniture The Land, 5 acres, w ill be offered for sale and it cot sold, will oh tented to the highest bidder. IthasagOtHl bouse on It, is well watrrtd and In a good state of cultivation. Terms All sumsolSio and under, cash, over that amount a crtdlt of oidavson no'm nrcetla ble and payable at Farmers Hank and lruit Co, 1 -- DR. W. B. PBlTirr, -- A- t, Where Lanlrrs Ar Fnll. G - J. : T. : SUTTOH. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. : At the Mine time to the ly been planned by homo wiseacre in highest bidder on ill and place I will sellpersonal time trrm my Office on Main Street, Opposite the femiuino lore. It is becoming to all prnpcrtj, consisting of tgnxl one styles mid is expected to act as an in- old Colt. ycatang Mule, Cow, Calf, t good a horc Wagon, nt Wasion Harness, tcol centive in securing recruits. The color Mowing Machine, set battels of Corn, j stacks ol IJ Timnihy Hay, set of llutrsty Ilarneat, a Sows is soft silver gray, for wintor and I'iga, IIiikhI Sow black and mohair for bummer, and tho gener- and a lot of r armiog Implements llerkshue Hur, ..... ..Proprietors of..... K S OK KEN al stylo suggests tho Quaker nt once. 1 1 J. II. (JRKKN OcntJnt, Stanford, : Ky. Mrt. 1 1 1 1 1 GEO. B. COOPER, Livery and Tccd Stable, SrANFOKD, KY. Having bought of 1 emoky Loudon it is doubtful how lung iness and addrd new buiries and borate. im prepared to furnish M.ddie-ma&i- ? Offer his services o the people ol West Lin"Ycki ought not to bo afraid of tho tho purity will remain, bnt in the clean1100 IIOUSi!, CLASS hull atock of Coffins no. 2 r.ioHT-rn- x coln and Casey Counties, FIRST-CLAS- S water," she wild, dreamily, when their er American cities thero is iui opportuand Caskets always on hand. TURNOUTS WINDOWS. Pay but ono profit txHwcon maker an J 05 D. S. Carpenter, Manager. conversation had drifted around to tho nity oflerod such &s has not been known user nnil that a small Just ont. On shot I notice The traveling public will dad hiuco Quaker maidens cast aside their clovation, see A A A in Fig. 2, is six subject of the ocean. Our UIk 10 l'KO CatalOK'iio und Divert us always ready and willing to furnish Drum. Widglta mers' Oulde proves tlmt It's garb. agoos, either single or double, or Carri"Why not?" ho tisketl, innocently. feet, there being one window in the Hi ixiumls, 12,rjf0llliistnifI''iiH, drvrllHw ages of ad kinds al very LOW I'KICKS. Tha Tho difleronco between tho lay Indies wirae for each pen. Tho second devu-tio- n "Bcnus your head is light enough of o rloio boys in and arouud lawn will also find us the pco and tolls pie to deal with Stop with us when In town at at IJ U B is four feet tJie windows to float you right sido up." Chicago aud tho regular rtsideuts lies in the fact t" r and that the former go back to frills aud jftEX. placed in it admitting plenty of for 15cenU: that's not for tliu book, but courtswill beentertainmeots and your horse aad velivening iJost. well carod for. foibles when their allotted ta.k is done, to pay part of the puxtnuoor expntMUica hicle into the back row of peus. O, H. COUl'KR Appalling; Succrsm. und keep oil ldlvro. You cuu't get It too 87 Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky whilo the latter wear always tho fetch1 ig. a is an end new 01 umj name quick. He Did Miss Flyrt receive many ing garb of gray. p building. Tho rafters, A to I), are propowis Inst Keep you eye on the Page Fence See Huff nlONTGOMHRY WARD & CO., Bcason at Byo Beach? A.iido from tho costnmo tho only two L. Dawson, J. H. Bright, R.Cobb, 11 feet 8 inches long, and joined with Dudderar.J The5tor of All the I'coplc She Many? Why, receiving pro obligations aro tho regular payment of Ed Carter. 11. Chancellor and others who have m-ll- 6 Chlcr1 Alichigaii Ave., the rafters B E nt 11 fee 8 posals got to bo a It. O. A. PEYTON. Btanfr rd. Ky. habit with rer. In n due and ntrict obedience. Tliu object is inches from the envc. The short piece a cry short timo sho .Agent Tor Lincoln County. Hemember we are the ticluslvaagctts for the 95,3m couldn't bear a to help tho poor better tlhiir lives, and SPRING, I89G. celebrated B C is attached to point of long rafter, soda-watbottlo pop without exclaim- ultimately a band of women not unlike CALL ON and to short rafter at C. Tho trptvee ing: "This is so sudden! Falls Branch Jellico Ooal, Date. tho Salvation Array is expected to form Blue-Gras- s into rank. Whether ono join for a fow 8 hocked. Ato that it will b 11 tha lnlrr.it nf .v.-k.and see our and Ornamental Trees, All Uncle Bnchwoodi I see. it says hero hours n weok or for ns many days, or Mirubs,kinds of Fruit Asparagus, Grape Vines, to call the very lowest.clean Domestic Nut Coal, i'rlces We- pay tfmatl Fruits, STANFORD, KY., at the some of them New York banks have givo her outiro time, for so long as sho lie. No agents II J v iluet aud save money, mines, therefore are able to sell tha cash lowest at the I'nrWi k'r- - rhiu-lf- t hr Mat! for onlv it Cents. must do Strawberry and general cMalogues on application price. Come aud see us. been doln' buslnora for SO years, and dons her raiment of gray Good Coal rnakearcd aahca.no cinders. II. K IIILLKNMhYUK, ForBairaire and Key Checls. Metal Checks of as shu is bid and tako orders in tho spir- to Telephone never closed their doors. Ky Falls branch ij eta. Falls ilfancli Nut t??, all kinds, Badges, Doe License Checks, key In. dun Mountain Jellico Nut 11 eta : North tic; Metal and een Mrs. Backwoods Dear me how care-les- it with which tho soldier receives tho Jellico ninr. Chains. Ac. Stamnintr on Elmore's store, Lump 11c These prices are for Coal delivered eral repairing. Shop over M. 1). command that conies from his superior I wonder anybody trusts 'em with S6 lor Coal at our house charges are one cent less. Stanford, Ky. in rank. Tho Order of tho Gray Ladies their inonev. Pack. NOEL St SON. is nctivply at work in Ioudon and will ON IMTKOVKI) KAUMS Their Education. shortly bo organized here on tho same Then collrtre men are very Mow, lines as that of the King's Daughters. Co In Lincoln county, Ky,at( per cent , sciai an They seem to tako their eaae; Now York Journal. nual interest; 00 commission chargid. Addrms For oven when they trruduato 3 ENn VIEW EnillT-PEW DAVY Koom 17, Kenyon building, J, F. BARKER, Proprietor, FIU. 1I0O MOUSE. GEO. Of STANrORD, KY The7 do so by degrees. Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur Tru..u Duu'ts For .Mother. - trier Information, imjuirt ol J. N. Saunders, At- laaowfullyorgaoitad and ready lor business with nlong rafters from C to A Is not Don't cover a child'ri head so that it torney, Stanford, HARD ON t'OOIl JOCK. sheathed, so there is very HttJe to Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. will inhale tho air of itn own lunRK, no the sunbeams. The gat to Urn 3T. jOLt ufiiX AiXteS, how cold itn Hleoping room. matter Surplus, . Large several pens aro placed along the hall20,000. Remodeled and refurnished throughout and Commodious cample Kooms. Don't allow tho yonnKHtcr who ia bo just four feet SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. And office connected lr Electric Belli. way, and should II1U S: "surnrisinKly stronK npon itn feet" to 47 BANK OK STANFORD, Prompt and polite service to guests. wWe, bo th&b when opened they will hear ita weight long at a timo, no matNow closing up) with the same assets and under reach oororvj and close tlie hallway, Kontucky. ter how ansionn tho proml parcnta mny in same management. STANFORD which will be found a. great conveny?iHfoji Ky provisions of lis chattel, depositor! are as bo to hliow it olT. Iteinembcr tlio daugor fully protected aa aia depoeliora in NatloeaJ ience in handling pigs, as itcnables-onwork In every par'icu-lar- . Hanks, ita shareholders being held Individual! of weakened and t idled little lega. Guarantee FEMALE : COLLEGE. pcr&on unaided to sort citnndopnrate of the amount the stock Don't allow Htnoking in tho room rience.l'rices rosaonable. Has had i years'91 expe Uaole toat theeateotvalue theieol, in of their to therein a number, and arrange thm an he may par 3m addition the STANFORD. KY. whoro thero is a very young or nick baamount invested In such shares. It may acta wish. taecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, aa fully aa by. Tho thoughtful father will novcr As to tho floors for pig pens, there amudividual. J. W. McGI.NNIS, J. V. COOK WILLIAM SHELTON, Prjsideat. smoko in tho hamo room with tho chil- In charge paint shop. In charge trimming anop. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us are dhergent opinions. That the dirt wcuo mnaginc the Lincoln National Hank ol dren, hut oven tho thoughtless onea MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Piinclpal. iloor is the hcaltliier I Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and liae ikj doubt, bhonld bo mado to realize itn harmful- trust they will continue to transact their buiineac THOMAS Y. Mist Emma L. Mar In, Pesidirg Teacher in the but it is far more troublesome to keep with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenStudr Hall; uepa in tho former in good order. If board floors ure used, tion to samp, our twenty yeara' eapcrienca la UANVILLK, KY., Mist Miry Cowen, Pnncipl ol the Mti'.c Don't full to keoti tho children 'a feet banking andas bberal accommodations as are they should not be nailed down, but with sound banking, dry nnd warmly clad in winter and wet Builder and Dealer in All Kinds so put in that they may be taken Miss Mary P. Harris, Principal of the Departweather, for tho circulation ia foebler t DIHKCTORS: ol Art and Elocution. also should, bo had that a ments caro of Carriages. J J. Williams, Ml. V.rnoa; tho ostromitioa tiiau crack in tho floor doe not udmit n a Specialty. Work done and warrant. II. Shanks, btanford; Kepal'ing Don't forgot that protecting tho chest ed to give satisfaction. All work done wbeu Next Session will Begin Wednes- draught of air. J. S. Owsley, SUnford; is also important at tliia aeahon, if we firomiscd. All accounts due when work day, January 22. Again, 9rious objections are rak-wS J. Ernbry, Stanford; Your patronage solicited. 00 would ward oil troublesome, eolda from a lot of pens under '.Elder Why, Jock, I heard that you tho J. II. Owsley, Suntord; &.C, send for Circular or call at the ngaiast building ifor terms, little tota. And their habits of lifo J.JK Cash, Stanford; oue roof, some breeders favoring indi- tvcto drowned. College. Hhonld bo regular tho meals, tho hours William Gooch, Sunford; vidual pens that con be moved from Jock Xa; that was na me, it was ma of rest nnd tho hour of rising should uJl A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, J. W. Badghmak. place to place. For brood sows at far- britber. M.S. BAVGHM4N. bo timed. W.'H. Cummins, I'reachorsillt Law, I Attorney a single pen is far prefrowing time Elder Eh, mon, who-- a pity; wha' u S, H.;3huka, President, Dcu't neglect tho baby's hculp. It erable. For wintering a lot of liogi most awfu' pity! Judy. - Dr.U.'H. OwsJeyHCathlsr, should not bo allowed to become fonrfy. the larger ono is better. As many iu W M. llright, Teller. rRoraiKTORSIf it should boconio very dirty or Office on Similarly. CO to 100 pigs can be arranged in tie Lancaster Street, opposite the Court fcaly, apply yolk of egg thoroughly with House. Collections receive especial attenUon. 83 no victim e'er felt And eight-peshed above desorilvl, and Tho raKor draw tho flugerB, and after leaving it on for n o NATIONAL BANK still thero need be no trouble. Use Without giving tho barber B. h r time wash with warm, soupy water, A pieco of his Jaw. J; freely. Sprinkle with n 2-disinfectants nso a lino tooth comb very gently nnd OF STANFORD. KV. Chicago Tribune.'; 3 carbolic acid. Use mercurial olntmAnt trcrq o then brush until thoroughly cloan. - - Kentucky. to keci pens free from lice. Changs 2 " r CO Mere Than Krery Day. " Capital Stock- Don't forget to air the children's ft o n tho bedding frequently. Give the pigs "That young man Maud is engaged garments and their bedclothes night 3 n 7? a. with pasture on plearvmt to is just an everyday sort of a chap, groat thorougline.su tho run of tho Surplus o OO S,r p v nvery day, nnd to CD If you need livery give ui a call. Nothing out days. With tills kind of care your isntho?" Attention of the public is invited to tha far turnouts will leate our stable. See u n 'i n 3 turn their day clothes iusido out aud U) M that this is the only National Hank in Stanford cluster of pig pons will be all right Kir rates. In our "Worse than that," said Maud's Bi- hng thorn up to air ut night, so that n " 2 Under tho provisions of the National Dank 0. W. Waters, in St. Loui Journal of ster. "Tho idiot calls twice a day." Inarc secured not only by tha capital Xo Davngrr. ihiv-HIcV Why noi be your own W. Green hia Llvury bus- tliiMiiie-inifltiri- ae e I nrtlcltw,eierj-tliIiiByoiMi!.- stin-lig- ht us-- 1 10-fo- ot Coal, Coal, CoaL l- er F. G. BRADY, "To Nurseries. - 1 sl MONEY To LOAN k. BARKER HOUSE, Kentucky. Farmers Bank4Trnst N Somerset, 1 ob-stru- ct Bricklayer First-Class Stonecutter rJoffl Stanford, It SHAW, ca-e- a. Coe-nito- nt out-Gre- at d W. S. BTJRCH, p fti.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- ' Stanford, at Kentucky. WVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, n - "2 D w u FIRST 8100,000 23,700 first-cla- ss BLACKSMITH SHOP. n -- AsTictilture. P fc- - f Tricks in the florae Trada. There ia an old saying that thersj A. O. Lanhara nro tricivs in oil trades, butsomehow or istl U. Castleman. other horse trades, scam to be fallpi of tricks than any other "trades." A new dodgo in that lino is reported from Philadelphia. A proprietor in an .up town hotel in that city patronia-largely by agriculturists was very anxious to sell n horse to a friend from th country, but tha latter had soma doubt OF LIVERPOOL. ns to tho animal's speed. Tho two drivsj agreed upon a certain URBEE&CASTLEMAl in the park, and in theday for a the meantime hotel man had not been idle. They MANAGERS, were bowling along at npoeo which was Oiiamerce Building. LoniBtiUr, scarcely calculated to create any great excitement when a park guard who AftsiU throughout the South had previously been "fixed" arrested Lool Aflat, tho owner of tho horse for driving "? . A. faster than tho allowed 3:00 gait. Ho STANFORD, KV willingly paid his fine of five dollars, '! tht hidei l e?n XI r T PC l will uke In tradator leather K1 and his companion was so impressed by on nlUtjij. for cash or couttdayaatSUnlordorat ray bom in Ottta. the occurrence that he immediately pur ehaaed the horse. hslm. ChM. aUsaha, Tanaer. 7lll Kuarantoaflrst-cladncus Tiy our hor work ahoor. and latiafactor dianapolis Journal. ROYAL .irance Company "No, but I do my hair up high and Hull It ont at tho bides." Chicago Becord. A Kmre Day. theater." Disappointing. Mrs. Gummcy (with deep curiosity) Oh, Mrs. Glanders! do toil me about Mrs. Tcnspot's scandal, won't you? Mrs. Glanders My dear, it is not nearly so dreadful as you hope. Judge. rx Just as Well. "Marie, you never wear a hat at the TlIlBLa, Railroad President Any Burprfcjing news down the road this morning, Bobert? Secretary Yes, indeed, sir! Not a singlo trabx wrecked Bay City Chat. Preparation. Willie 1 knew you wer coming tonight. Cartleton Why, Willie. ' Willie Sister haa been aaietp til the 1 itraooa. Tnita. A powder mill at Rifton, N. Y , blew up, killing at least five men. The Louisville, hnso ball club, in practice at Montgomery, shnned itHtf to be a toam o( heiw hittera. In a Kn 0 with the eeorn 117 to 8 in Mvor of the 45 hita wpre made for a total of 72 baees. Mrs. Luke Fiah, of Anderson, Iod , has given birth to four .pairs of twins within the last five years. All of the children are alive and givo promisti of loug life. The mother is only 28 and .very delicate. Near Raltdgh, N. 0., the grave of Charles Wootun was opened so the body could be removed. It was found that Wooten hud been burled alive and had revived, turned over in the colli o and broken the screws which held the top on, and the body was found in that position. reg-uUrp, r Q n n o3 ' r s 3 c n 3 3 p cr 3 n w p OTEJ 3 C? 3 n o n a. O 3 o c n 3 cr o a in H o W 3 dn n a o 3 p 3 n 3 P ui go p - cr a n o c 2. n 3 a 5" V) a. rt --t -- . n 7? stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000 rive sworn statements of thecondition of tha bask are made each yearto the United States government and itsaucts are eaamined at aUtad lias by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors)- This institution, originally established aa tha Deposit Bank of Stanford In 185.8, then iad aa the National Bank of Stanford in iSoj and again reorganised aa the First National Bank ol Suntord in 1M1, haa had practically an uninterrupted existence of years. It Is better supplied now with lacihtlet for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before io its long aad honorable career. Accounts of corporations? fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully aoUc- - s -e OTJ n o m G CD Hsi W 1 3 2 f P D a. w 9 n o o at 3 P. to G O n ftw O (2 Tha Directory of this Bank 11 composed ol Forestua Iloid, Lincoln county; S.T.Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughrnan.l Lincoln; J. S. Mocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbblt, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M. J. Miller, Ml. Varnoa.Kr J. 8. Hockesr.Preddeat; Jao. J. McRoraertl, Cashier; .MeKinney, V Aut.Cuhltr, Lf t,.