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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896032701 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 Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXV. LIBERTY, GASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 27. 1896. Saved and Sanctified. To the Editor ol tho Interior Journal. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- - NO. 8 We muni thia In answer to an artie'e Itev. J. M. Walton held communion appearing in FrMny'H issue of the I.nte services last HtmJay. -V w b i.'w 1 1 "ton JurmvALfrom Pleasant Point signed v Pure Strain Brown Leghorn eggs, CO by a "Ohr.atinn," in which ho refers to cents for 15. Btet layers, non setter. j tlie hollnem hand. We feel there htB Lloyd Maret, Mt. Vernon, Ky. aj been an itj.istie doiuiour band. As to Our county attorney, Judge Collier, U nermm Hrooks, who so high- - Bro Tilford's "ublo his liiblo is making strenuous tlfbrtalo stop the j p4wd a Lancaster audience last reading was all right, but his romiiimiis illegal traflic of whisky in town. prtttfe. nllllMi hereagUn on the hh of would suit a man living the life of n sinploffMs. Mr. II. II Carpenter, whoisperhats A pi it to rith another one of hie eutei- - ner, for he eald llmt he sinned every the ohhst citizen living in this county, Sholtoii, alia Short, wy h taiiiuitiiiid, moment of bin life. We fuel that wae boforo Judge Ttlford on Tuesday - Tn tJible reading circle composed of the wrong inatruction to give to our lies very ill atM the home of his !' shooting Je For you as well as for us. Therefore Examine into our Stock of warrant for Mr. W. Weber. member of tne tarlou entireties iuthe young people who hare lately enliubxl Intent to kill, IiIb coiwm I waived au is vpry Mrs. Nathan Snumate, who and h was hdd in the auin e imuualty will meet IIiIh afternoon at It In the cuitae of Christ mid who are such ill, wrtHadini.t"(l to membership of tho nfRnOtonmoamt toe Atirll term of oc ocfc witu Mrs. Tom Wnorritt on Lax- - earnest workers for our blessed Master, Presbyterian church Monday. Mrs Mag-j,- 'o striving to get other to forsake sin, take olronlt oonrt. Nototlarlngny bond, ho lugUin street. S. Thompson, of Louisville, is visit Lncater can boast of ninny social up their croes an follow in tho footstopo lug her granduiotuer, Mrs. M. Fish. Mr. remanded to jail. was of the hlemed isivior. Oh, how can we Grove Kennedy is with friends here. A pood crowd win hurt at county clnbj ol wver.il diflereul grades of hut stirry to any she haq no literary who are his servants ask others to for- Mr. Stapp and family arrived Monday. court on Monday, but them w no hum noes of Importance doue. We undr circir. It is hupod and desired that one sake sin if our own hearts are polluted Judge McCiure is recovering may soon hs oVganUed. lv with eli7 We should first havoour own stand that the telephone line whh The school at Level Green, conduct-o- l Before making your Purchases. Our Prices are Always the Lowest; A republican inaRS convention for heorlHc!rt4Msed and punfl'd by the pre day. V. P. OvmtMt let out that by Mr. Jasper Brown, has grown eo our Quality Always The Best. got the contract from Dunnville vl Phil, j Uarrard coumy will he hold at the court clous hlnud of Jesus, that is able to 1 trgu as to nqiiire au assistant teacher, Liberty and Yosemlte to Mhidlobnnj, awl nouso on .Mummy, .Hjtti, at 3 o'clock i m. cleanse from all sin, (and is able fo keep who also conducts a music data. Mr. JaniUB Coulter from Middlebtwg via Ml. to select delegate to the district cunrun- - ih cleaneed, if ne. live ifach moment Brown lies gained a great reputation as a turn to b held at Xiuhohwville, April 1 1. trusting and believing ) May God help Normal teachor, hoard is very cheap at Salem tolluntouville. The V s club did not meet thia us nil to o hvo each moment of our Friday. 17 year old At Dtiunvillo laat Green, tho neighborhood a good as to Styles. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Short, a.l iptd aou of Jamw T. week, 0 me, to the iHtiest of ume of ltd livn, trusting and believing in tho one and all thing conduce to the pros- Are Unequalled Willi Weinberg. They will cotivenu Tuesday cleansing power of Jeeue Then wo will Refunded. Short, shot Jesto For, aged Si, eon of perity of an able instructor. Win. For. Tho bullet took. effect In the ovening March :ilst nt the homo ol Mis always be ready and willing to tell the -- Editor Hudson, of Barbourviile, whs left side, pacing throiiKli the chest eavi- - j Altie Markbbury, "Uln'ii a royal time is story to otiiers. with friends here Saturday, raking In Tho writer refers to tid as "the exalt- shekels for his excellent paper. As the ty. It Is thought that the wound w ill j unticipntod. A bont 100 cattle on the market Moir ed," but Uo-- l forbid that we should ever prove fatal although three doctors are citizens are preparing to bore for oil in doing all thny can to save him. The or-- day and dull a.ilr ; two yoke of oxen cold, feel exalted or glory sava in the croes of Knox county, the machinery having alJ. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky iglu of thedlffl'ulty la not fully known, j omh weighh.giu,r 2, 100. at 3jc; one about onr Lord Jcsui Christ. We foci our ready been shipped, we believe thai Mr. only it iH said to iuivo come up overt 1. 100 at 3, Charley White bought a nice weakness ami tin worthiness and that wo Hudson will mane 1.1b paper a paying inold cattle are only weaic instruments in tho hands vestment. rough joking at the Miort.or hoiau for JIOO and diiib Among people of enterprise of God and can do nothing in our own n good paper always prospers. Shelton, was at J 19 a piece. perhaps more properly Luther Saunders and Floyd Hum-trial- , strength, but ever looking to Him for lodged in jail here to await au examining In a recent letter to relatives Dr. i phteya native of thia county wero nr- - help, Who is ever ready to help thoeo John Mosjn Williams speaks in glowing Mr. Win. T. lltimpkntr who hm ho reeled at Buckeye thU week on the who put their trust in Him. If ou want terms ol London, England. II o has vischargi of Bleallng a horse nnd hug'y in to find an humble perron, call on neunct ited the Queen's pulace as well aB many bug bueu in r low elagi ol health. last Saturday evening about Indiana and bringing them here. They Ifiod Christian. lie is willing to do any other points of interest. He admires the nwny quietly dark. There wae but little or no Lopeaj will he held for trial until the August thing for the Lord, becaime he loves to Prince of Wales for the great interest he Herve Him and do His will. He is willing evinces for Americans. Tne nrince ie a of his Unnl recovery, hut his denth waa grand jury convene, Mrs Lajnley McKee, of Danville, go anywhere, even in the lowest places friend of America nnd alwajs salutes our not expected at the lime, M It whm! thought that he wna on the mend, lie .Stale president of the tiilwdotiary eociety, of vice and degrmhtion. if he could but citizens with a courteous bow when was elttlng in an esey chair by hl fire-- 1 w pttcitiit and Kr a luiMtablemldreee be tho Instrument in God's hands of he passes thoiu during his drives. aide, and his supper had been brought to on "Homo Mieaiou" Titeaday afternoon lifting up fallen humanity. Teachers are on the lookout for The order in tho church wan not as schools already. It is to he hoped that him. lie hau partaken of only a few at the mite society, taking the beautiful ' good it might have been, but not to no more school houses need repairing, ts moulhfulB, whou his head dropped to ftcriptural tliouvht. "Uo yo into all bid as represented. It took tho brothi r in the past in many instances the teach-u- r aide and it was fi'ind th U the vital tint h and prewch the gospel." Mra. B. . Uowen, tho prolLient some time to lead his sermon, which apark had tld. Mr. Humphrey wan ol who was willing to give the largest ' and was one of the m t pni'ji music teacher of tho graded Buhoob made it very tedious and uninteresting sum from his earnings toward this work years old, lioi"" roon to orgauixe 11 glee oluh of the nnd tho people becime worried. iuentcitisMifl of Ctwr county. !! usually got the school. The teacher longed to a worthy and e tl ienial familv uieiiibers of her music class. Lancaster PreviotiH to thisso-cAlle- d "nowfangled should bo allowed to keep every dollar nnd woa tho youngest son of Spire Julia f. , that hei on h par with moat any doctrine" we were living fari' beneath that ho earns. The position of trustee umphroy, so long the popular school of the adjoining cities in tho way of good our Christian privilege. Bforo this time is simply an honorary one. commissioner, who first started the com- musicians f.nd good music teachers. l.ljl tktn.1l ll(ll...nlu I....1 l.n.M ...rt.1. The son of Mr. "Coot" Mullins, of On Wednesday in the court-hoiis- o mon schools of the county on the upti keep up a prayer meeting, but with-- , Livingston, is the youngest preacher In Carpets, Window Curtains, Polls, and a General Supply of almost ward grade. Mr. Humphrey was 11 gal-In- the county judge pronounced tho mar-na- g out success. 2sow we can have success-- I the mountains, being only four years any thing you can think of, and all at Boldier Company A, 1st Ky. Cavalry, rites for Walter J. Barnstablo nnd ful prayer service at church twice a week old, yet he couducts sorvices with all and at tho close of tho late war, married Miss Lucy J. Decker, of Carteravillo j and alao good meeting j at our neighbors' tho precision of an aged minister. His Miss .Sallie J. Adams, sister of Col. Silas After tho ceremony the happy couple houses, in which sinnera have been con- - pulpit ia in his father's store and his auAdam?, and commenced active business went on their way rejoicing Urat going verted and believers sanctified. Among dience usually drummers, whose thoughts a) a farmer and tr.ider. When tho Cin- to the Mason Hotel aud ordering a good the number is one old man iwhose hair are often turned from commercial cares cinnati Southern was built, in partner- dinner. is blooming for the grave .andj.one who to holier things by this Infantile prattler. Capt. T. A.KIkin, 0110 of Garrard'd believed there was no Wm. Mc ship with his brother-Iu-Iaw- , God. .Praise the They never fail to Bhow their apprecia Call in to see me when you are in town. Olure, ho engaged in tho mercantile Btid wide awake farmers, sold a Una horeo to Lord for His siving power. tion when he finishes services and pass lumber bualnes.1 with much success. In a party recently in Quitman, Ga., for n ' The young people of our neighborhood 09 around the contribution box, price. The captain is succeeding who were spending 1SS0 he dissolved partnership with Tho trial of George Fredericks for their lives in sinful dure and moved to this place continuing remarkably well these hard times in pltaiuresare uow devoted; toj God and Belling whisky occurred Monday before in tho a ttue buBiuees w ith tho addition of handling horses. Tho secret ol his suc- His service. Judge Bothuruin and a jury of upright adding a drug storo. Ho continued in cess however, is that he handles nothing Older Christians should ha very care- business men, resulting in n verdict of active business until prostrated with di- but good ones. ful how they talk; and live before these guilty, a fine of $o0 being imposed. For The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Justonville, Ky. t.... t..t. .1... -.- 'in... ...... ,UK ...uu, . .,,ueu sease. In till ol his undertaking, he was .younger Christians, They should not some reason an appeal was allowed. It energetic, industrious nnd competent, energetic ladies of tho Methodist church, ' 8Ry fttiytllln, t0 discourage them, but came out in the evidence that tho whislie served sevoral years as deputy clerk mm ii uiuii'niMj ttiioruuou wuu .lira. should pray for them and encoursgo ky waB divided in tho grand jury room and was the most active member of tho F. Walter. The aowin): these industrious them in their good work. We enjoy of the court house. This is one of the building committees that built our splen women have accomplished aud the stren- more good, e religion now than numerous jug cases which the law eeema and jail. His Iocs will uous eHurta they aru nutting forth to aid at any timd in our remembrance aud unable to reach. All that is necessary ifi did court-hous- e be foil by his friends, relatives and fellow Jin the erection of a new house of some of UB have been members for 32 to persuade tho agent to refuse to deliv! His remains was taken to (B!iip hero is indeed most commendable, years, all brought about by the holiness er tho numerous jugs forwarded (.we are The W. C. T. U. district convention movement. Glory! Mt. Olive on Monday' his old home near not the only eullerers, for they are ship will meet hero in April and a most er-l- y for burial. Notwithstanding tho extreme We read the 3J chapter of James care- pod to stations all along tho line). If ho ' bad weather, a large crowd assembled client program will bo prepared for tho fully and wo praiBQ tho Lord for tho pro-cio- rofuses to handle them tho railroad will nt Mt. Olive church to attend the funeral occasion. Mrs. Beauahnmp and Mrs. Jose- truths contained therein and may standby him. We know whereof wo services conducted by lilder J. Q Mont- - phine K. Henry, of Lexington, and Mrs- - j the Lord help all Christians to Hvo up to epeak. I......... .. .!f.. an. I l.., l.nln N'ltilil. nt I.Oiiltii'tIti, will all hit in K ' II. . it" 1. .t ... n -i ........, uwm-- a w.nci uinu.iKu.oxcu Go,iteachings. Our earnest prayer to A Fatukrlkjb B.nv. A young lady BOIlfl BIIU 0110 Bllinil WHO IU UlUUril grOWn is tlllU " are flBht,n 8anctlQ A Cork With Every Line. visitors. The following are tho ofllcen unusually attractive professed sanctifica-tio- n I ....... f truly sanctified. Hill lo-- s . bo of this excellent work. Mrs. Margaret cation at a meeting hero about a year ago J. A. Singleton, DEATH'S OOIH CS. Gill, president; Mrs. George D. Patterson, and waa thought to have reached that Wm. M. Mciii'iiY, Mies Kate eecretnryj A dispatch was received by friends corresponding "higher plane" where sin can net climb W. 0. Aikokd, up to and disturb, but weakness ia the here Tuesday telling them of the death Walker, recording secretary; Mies Lula M. D. Wall, common heritage of us poor mortals and that morning nt her homo in Blooming-ton- , Anderson, treasurer. The juvenile work W. H. Clokk. III., ol Mrs. Isabella Hughes, relict is quite a feature with tho women. A all is uot gold tiiat glitters. Sho would formerly of thia place. prize will be given to the member of the of Milton Hughes, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. According to the reports of tho rail- talk out in meeting, pray in public and Mrs. Hughes wbbh sister of the late Mr. loyal legion that will secure tho greatest road commission of Kentucky there wero it looked very much like she had "got Jameo M. Wray and was born In Boyle number of new members. killed in 1S93 sir passengers, 42 employ- it." She ia strikingly handsome in faco Miss Bettio Powell returned to her concounty 72 yeara ago. Sho had been sick es and 53 put down ns "others." Injur- aud figure aud so far aa looks are for two years, her illness finally miming homo in Huatonvtlle Thursday after a ed pnsseugera, 03; employes, S91 cerned, could shine in any crowd. But and othInto consumption. During all tho time visit of several weeks to Miss Lizzie ers Ilifl; 20 of these caused from collision. the tempter came to Eve and she fell; her faithful daughters. Miescs Mary and Thompson. Mr. Charles Harper, the 270 coupling or uncoupling cars, 73 likewise to thia young lady, with a Bimi Jennie, ministered to her in every loving popular young clerk of Mr. It, II. Bat- - jumping on or oil traiim, and miscella- lar result. A few days since a baby was way. The latter especially has had n Bon, left Thursday fora visit to his par- neous ways S32. In 1835 there were 15 born to hor and now diligent search ia Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is hard time and is worthy of all praise. In ents in Louisville. Elder J. M, llogers, miles of railroad In Kentucky, in 1S01 being mado to find some enterprising now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They order to hold her position iu a store she of Morgnntleld, was the guest this week there wore 519 miles aud in 1S95 there young man who will claim a half inter- are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. had to till it regularly and for a long time of KIder George Goweu. Mrs. E. L. wero 3,011 miles and 010 miles of side est in the new comer, She lives about Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and Chileverything dren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods Iiob divided tho night with her Bister in Owsley paid a visit to Danville friends track. The gross earnings of all lines for throe miles from town, and Bitting up with "mothar." Mrc Hughes i this week. W. J. Lusk, of Madison, is 1895 were into consideration, it is an unusu- and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact tho grots expeneea taken letiveB two other children, Mrs. kizzio tho guest of hia brother, George D, Lusk. every thing in Dry Goods to .be found in a first class store. In Gents' Ouskhvek. 11,517,103, which leaves net earnings ally sad case. f Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. Uibleriind William II. Hughes, to sutler Mrs. Willis Adams, of Mt. Yernou, has i5,6IS,229. The total value is assessed nt Woodburn farm has produced 1C3 a mother's loss. A member of tho Meth- been visiting Garrard county relatives. 152,171,040. Tho L. & N. has more than SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather ha animals with records fiom 2:30 to odist church for ninny voars and a Chris- Miss Nannie Harris leuves next week on one-thirdeclined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to Si a pr. a of the mileage and of the Woodburn bred I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell tian tried and true, Mrs. Hughes baa a visit to Lexington relatives. T. M. of the valuo of railroad property in the CARPETS. marea have produced 151 horses with refaith- Saunders, of Crab Orchard, is a visitor of gone to the reward that awaits the them very cheap. State, and on its entire system its gross ful and is onfo with the redeemed In Ida cousin, E. W. Arnold. Mias Lula earnings for 1S93 wero 110,275,993.70. It cords of 2:30 or better. At tho head of Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. tho list stands Maud S., 2;0SJ; Jay Eye Graham, of Frankfort, will arrive Mon- pays Heaven. cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. price before you buy, Rice 5c tax to the amount of 1194, ICO 5S. See, 2:10; Palo Alto, 2:0SJ; Kremlin, 2:07. Mrs Maria Oversiner, win wns n day and hecomo assistant millinory trimcan of Preserved Peaches for 10c. Aa for the Woodburn bred stallions they A b The lower house of the Ohio legisladaughter of David Kirkpatrick, died at mer for Mrs. Georgo Hardin. Mrs. Laps S. D. Yowkll, Salesman. of homo near Maywood Wednesday ley McKee, of Danville, visited the fam- ture has passed a bill prohibiting women have sired S49 horses with records 2:30 her had been ily of W. U. Kinnaird tills week. from wearing high hata at tho theatre or better. night of consumption. Sho There are GO crimes under the Fedand imposing a fine upon theatrical sick nearly a year. Her husband died Gen. James H. Baker, of St, Paul, managers who permit any such head-goa- r eral laws that are punishable by death a year ago and sho left no children. She and a bill is before Congress to abolish who swapped over to the democrats from to be worn during a performance. HERNDON-CARTE- R waa buried at the Logans Creek burying the death penalty in all cas.es where it republicans in 1S90, announces that INCORPORATCO. ground at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. the A LaGrango lawyer who could n't is prescribed in the Federal statutes, save he has swapped back from the democrats We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more get a case for wife murder continued in incases of murder and criminal assault. buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, aud honest dealing is the secret of Fourteen mluera were killed by an to tho republicans. As a turncoat tho Brig. Gen. Caaey dropped dead at our success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. any other way, took Bick after the jury explosion of gaa In u coal mine at Dubois, general takea both the cake and the bak313-31KY. J Alter h longBllonce, on oxcuh?m too tedious to mention, e again rweumo our jottings from Libotty. If von Hm liBbilr with the phuol, please on the first, opportunity, shoot that Lincoln county weather prophet who claimed mora than a month ko that tho last snow had fslluti. itegatdleea of his prophgoy, It now snows whenever It ly j Tho olHwrs of the Christian church met Tuesday afternoon in tho Citizens' National IJjnk for important buainccH. Tim following in irriHff licenses wero ihbuwI tin ncHi. John M. McCullum to " M117 is ; Joseph il.il t J Miss Mwry It -. all of this county, Tho jug trade still fhurishea. xifv ilnHfl I Frl hrohi '"' son-in-la- Men's, 1 Boys' and Chil- dren's Clothing FURI)l$r)inG pri-vnto- j OUR G00D$ L-v- mX?lc&.& fS"3Lo'8t&- - post-offic- prtd . I Smith & Stoughton's I J Men's Shoes. & b. 1 DrewSelby Oos Ladies' and J Misses' Shoes. ut Rock Bottom Prices ! CHARLES WHEELER, ., .. 1 i, old-tim- cash Craig & Hocker, Ex vogistb Joint Pfile at 73 to 75 Pre J - I REELS, so Cts. TO Sr. CO i .... HOOKS OF EVERY KIND. g 1 i.t.i H-um.ti.n- EH and FiGhing Coats at Only $1.90. &, 5 -)CRAIG HOCKER?i-(- -- JAMBI 0 IIUSTONYILIJE, KY. FBTB 17,1-17,20- 2:073-Eighty-ni- d two-lifth- lb.,3 3-l- SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to 0 CO. Pa. ery. bad been chosen and secured bis end. j Washington. Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, SKxmsfymrrs wtew- - "lr'Y. ,t. n'TI-n- i uHir.n'inMMni. ny nyusUan p r i fi i? r i to I Catlettsburg citizens have addod f 300 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. couple of young Bowlingl to the reward offered for information as Rye, N. H., boasts of a 1,000 pound Witten. Green lawyers, have bought the Sunday to tho whereabouts of hog. Journal of that city and will edit it when John, Brazil, a motorman of PhilaStanford, Kt., March 27, 189G not engaged in the weightier matters of delphia, died from worry and grief caus- S. Robert Bonner paid $10,000 for Maud and for Sunol. law, Their first issue appeared ed by his car running over and killing a Wanted, to exchango lumber lor Sunday last and bears the impress of vet- child. W. P. WALTON. Wc are Looking Forward to it. Boone Smith, Totn Shiflet and Chas. oatfl. Joo Williman, Jumbo. erans, instead of tyros at the wheel. F. Reid sold to L. II. Hudson, of The editorials are crisp and well written McMillan, aged 18, 15 nud 11, were run Danville, a cavalry horse for 5 100. and the whole sheet creates the moat over and killed by a train near Chandler, Louis Wait x bought of A. D. Root a favorablo impression. Its advocacy of Texas. small bunch of butcher stuff at 2Jc. Gabriel Stokes waB ehot and porhaps sound money touches a responnlvo chord Arion'a stud fee is only $50 this is beinj? brought to and tho Intkkior Journal bids the ffltally injured by Jhuicb Guy at Mor Great pressure year. Several years ugo it was 50 tunes bear oil Secretary John G. Carlisle to young gontlemen God speed in their un ton's Gap, as the result of a quarrel over that amount. announce hia candidacy fcr tho demo- dertaking. Mr. Ben Watt, an experienc- a pistol. At Berry's sale in Chicago, Alia wood, Prof. D. O. Miller, of Olovelaud, O., cratic nomination for president and ed newspaper man, will be the business a by Nutwood, brough t has succeeded in photographing his own They will be offered at Prices that mean hopes are entertained that before the manager.! $1,825, and Riley 8 , 2:10J, $1,336. ribs and backbone by means of tbe month ends be will do so. With him ca Ben Brush Is now a enr stnrtr for By a vote of 0 to 3, the State Central Roentgen rays. our candidate and a straight out declarthe Kentucky Derby. M. F l)yur, Iub Committee changed the place for the reAt Mrs. GeorRO Jenkins' burial near ation of principles, the party could go publican convention from Lexington to Maysville her three eons and three owner, bet $1,000 on him in the future forth confident of victory. Of all those The date remaiua the same, daughters officiated as pallbearers. This book. mentioned (or the nomination, he is the Louisville. T. C. Angliii, of Fayette, cold to April 15 It ia supposed that the change was done at her request. most available. The people have confiCharles Copnlnnd, of Hcymour, Conn., n get away from Sam Robwas made to The leader of the train robbers redence in his integrity and know that pacing colt by Wilkes Boy .McKinley, especially cently captured in California made an government erts' influence for with him at the head of the for 12,500. ho has thrown Bradley overboard attempt to commit suicide, which will be maintained and since the public credit-wfl- l Farris& Whitley bought two with the assertion that while hia aspira-tion- r probably prove successful. I Iamburgs, Laces, White Goods, Finest of its affairs kept on the highest plane. loads of fat hogs from Love Lillard, to bo And Economy as well. are laudable, they are hopeless and Seven year old Arthur McBrido, of delivered during Kentuckiane, without regard to factions, Black Goods, Spring Wash Goods, Figured Sateens, Lace Curtains, tho first 10 days in Mav embarrassing. Muncie. Ind.. was unconscious for II at 3 G2 would delight to honor him and if he J. Advocate. Towels, Bleached and Brown Cotton, Sheeting- - Outing Cloth Suits, hours and came near d ing as the result Bays the word, they will with one accord At my mother's eale near Huston-vill- e of this paper thanks the Tub editor present him to the country as the one Lonisvillo Post for a monstrous nice of excessive cigarettoemoking. on the 31st, I will offer six nice JerSenator Mills, of Texas, has present sey cows, soven man upon whom tho whole party can notice of himself, but that picture! It sowb and pigs, male red ed a resolution directing tho president to hogi and other stock, P. W. unite. Green, took every bit of the vanity oat of us seize Cuba and hold it till Spain shall A statesman and a patriot, Mr. Carlisle that the article had inspired and if we permit tho people to govern themselves. Lexington. would make an ideal candidate and a look like that makes us appear, may no George S. Jones, of Pulaski, sold to mode) president. At Pendleton, Syd Smith shot and J. N. Menefee IS cattle averaging about power ever again "the giftie gie us to eee Ladies, and Men's Underwear, Shoes for Ladies, Misses and ChilR. W. Vance. 500 killed his brother-in-lapounds, at $17.50, and ono weighing Tub Covington Commonwealth calls us ourself as ithers eeo us." Smith was the cause. dren, Negligee Shirts, Laundered and Unlaundercd Shirts for Men A divorce suit S00 pounds for 27. Mr. Jones also sold to taw for even mildly suggesting that made an unsuccessful attempt at suicide. in Garrard a bunch of common cattle POLITICAL POINTERS. at and Boys, cither ready made or made to order. A big line of Hats. Judge Ilazelrigg's prominence in the Senator Chandler is making a great 2c and a lot of good ones at 3c. Virginia republicans instructed for deal of noise with tbe charge that McBradley denunciation meeting at FrankTbo advertisement of Mr. E. TJ fort was to be regretted, because the ju McKinley. Kinley is buying bis nomination with Calloway countv republicans in- money put up by protected manufact- Woods' Etgle Bird appears elsewhere in dietary especially of the highest court in thta issue and it should be read by all tho State, should keep itself out of the structed its delegttes for McKinley "first urers. who expect to breed this season. Tho and all the time." mire of politics and partisanship. Con- last Mr. W. H. Mosby, of Bedford City, negro boy Bhot and Va., laid down before the fire and fell service fee is reduced to $10, cheaper A of cluding it save: "The denunciations Judge Uezelrigg were proper and the killed another boy of his race at Lexing- asleop. A spark from the grate pet firo than any stallion in the State, breeding and individuality considered. place of their utterance was appropriate. ton, as the result of a quarrel. to ber clothing and eho was bnrned to At Vinchenter Monday best 1,200 lb Gov. McKinley was instructed for death There was no question of politics in feeding cattlo brought lc and $1 a head Macoun countv, 111., one of the counthem; the qu(stion in which Kentucky is in GbriP Schrage, a Chicago miser, wsb premium. A lot of 1,070 lb. sttera sold interested is whether the military is su- ties in Senator Cullum's home district. bound, gagged and robbed of JoO.000. He for $3.00; another lot, weighing 1,000 lbs , South Dakota republicans declared did not believe in banks and kept bis power, and tho quesLate styles in Crushers, Alpines and Stiff Hats. New Clothing for perior to the civil brought $3 40. Lighter ulcere, weighing tion has been raised by the first republi- for McKinley for president and indorsed money and valuables in a little uafo in Spring and Summer wear arriving daily. 750 to 900 lbs., brought 3 to 31 cents. A can governor of Kentucky it is for the financial plank of the Minneapolis his room. number of good fat cows Bold for 2 ctr. Kentucky to answer next November." platform of 1S92. Misa Mary Day Tries, daughter of McKinley swept Minnesota, Senator Banker J. W. Trigg, of Glaogow, died In cent. Democrat. Like King Agrippa, we are constrained, E. W. Lee, who is home from Atlanoh noble Blakely, to say that "thou al- Davis recognizing the band writing on Louisville from the effects of an operata, said the mule market in Georgia whb most pereuadest us," if not entirely that the wall and declining to work the fa- tion which an accident white skating much better than for Beveral seasons vorite son racket. as nearly always, you are right. rendered necessary. past. In fact, there were more cotton is occupying Lt. Gov. Wortbington The heat in the Antipodes is so great Last Friday we printed pictures of the the executive chair while Gov. Bradley that serious fires are breaking ont as the mules sold this winter than there were A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, last winter and winter before lst put todemocrats mentioued for the presidential isoffin West Virginia delivering ad- result of spontaneous combustion. MaT. D. RANEY, Manager. gether, and they sold from $15 to $20 nomination and said we would divide $50 dresses and fixing bis fences. ny people have died of fever, which has higher. The planters are in good Bpiritn among those new or old subscribers who Stores; Branch In his speech at Charleston, W. Va., become an epidemic. and seem to believe that there are good Paris, bad paid in advance, and who would mail Gov. Bradley declared that unltss tho Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, Roeowater, of the Omaha Bee, Editor times ahead. Danville Advocate. we republican party came out unequivocally us the name of the winner. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , who waa sentenced to imprisonment for In the list 10 days, Mr. R. II. give the faces of the republicans, who against free silver it would have no hope 30 days and to pay a fins of J 500 for Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. of Grab Orchard, has made tbe of for tbe highest office of success. have been spoken criticising a court, has been discharged following salts of Durocfl. A bred sow in the gift of the people, bnt we do not Gov. Bradley has signed the fish bill by tho supreme court. to Francis k Cheanut, Corbin; a do. to make a similar proposition as to them which prohibits saining in all except priAt Noblesville, Ind., James McCoy Robert Bird, Pinevillc; a do. and trio for it would bo like throwing money vate waters or streams forming a part of shot hia brother to death with a rifle and fall pigs to R. E. Sivels, Bride, Tenn.; a away to do so. McKinley is as sure of the boundary lint petween this and an! then reloading the weapon sent a bulkt do. to Miaa Nora Arnold, Elizabethtown, the nomination ub death and taxes are other State. through his own brain. They had quar- and a July boar to Jamta Hubbard, certain and it will be given him by acclaMorton has, with the assistance of relled over a trivial aflair. Madison county. He ia constantly remation. It is all well enough to show Piatt, nailed down New York, hut it ia It it believed that Judge Witten, Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduci: Pkices State pride and all that, but if tbe Ken- not likely that bis "barl" will flect any who mysterionily disappeared from his ceiving letters of inquiry aud applica on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, tucky republicans want to get a finger in other State. Tho delegates will home at Catlettibnrg, wn murdered. tiona for catalogue and price list. J. E. Carson, proprietor of tho Wi'-lo- Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a the next pie, they had better leave Brad be Thomas 0. Piatt, Warner Miller, The city council haa offered a, reward of Grove nerd of Jeraeys, was here full btock ley at home to menace Jack Ohinn with Chauncey M. Depew and Edward s of every thing found in a 150 for his body, dead or allvr , and $200 Lumber Yard, and by from Crab Orchard Wednesday and told the militia and climb up on the McKinin case he was killed. for bis murderers selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have us that he recently sold a couple of ley band wagon. Capt. P. P. Ballard, of Madison Two detaebmenteof Spanish troope cows to J. W. Sayrr, of Lexing ever been offered here. county, the old Pal, has announced hia in Cuba mistook each other for What a miserable crowd of frauds and candidacy for the republican nomination ton, for f.TOO. Mr. Carson bun about 30 and both opened fire, with the lt false pretenders the republicans arel for Congress and says he has such over SO head of Jeraeva and they have paid bin. that 19 mon were killed and Blanford, Barnett, Daboe, Thompson, of support from all the counties wounded, some of whom are expected to well for the expense and trouble he has Howard and Bennett, members of the been to in caring for them. He is now that he thinks he can win it easily. He die of their injuries. late unlamonted Legislature, have issued furnishing betvuen 35 and 40 pounds of has served a term or two in the Legisla- A big crowd attended the pre senta-tioan address to the people, thanking tho iiiA vnn tilinBifT a! llitillnnM aammIbb t butter a week to a Pine ville firm, for DU" " '"r of Walling and Jackson In court at Lord in true Pharisaical ttyle that they,1""""' " years Beveral and postmaster of Rich- - Newport, but there was no attempt at which he gets 25 cents pur pound at the men, and claiming that are not other Oral) Orchard depot, and he has numerinond one term. violence. Separate trials will be given ous other cubtomern who take Kinller We the best stock of Wall Paper ever all Bins of commission, omission, overt Most men are for free silver before them, Jackeon'a beginning April?, and quantitii-- at the same price. For four and otherwise, were done and commit- thoy look into brought to this city. Come in before it has the question, but intelli- Walling's immediately after. years he shipped 00 pounds per i'k to ted with malico uforothought by tho gent investigation nearly been picked over. always changes Middleshoro parties urn) got 3o (vntu, but William M. Snipp, cashier, and C. domocrata, whilo they, the reformers, nincH th boom buritted the ronir city them, unless thoy choose to cator to sil- W. Stone, of the Midwoy with a big It, had to Kriu and endure it, ver sentiment fcr personal political ad- Deposit Bank, are short 150,000 in their peoplo are using a cheaper article. were intimidated, brow beaten, as they vancement. Today there are scores of accounts and they have been asked to CHURCH AFFAIRS. cussed and discussaed and abased up and sound money men who resign. Tbo shortoge in covered by good down and all around. The addrpss seeruB once favored free silver, Kev. It, B. Malum v will preach at but we can not bonds and tho bank will not puller. to have been designed to fool fools, but recall a single free silver man who Always have our best attention. None but the Prenchersville Sunday morning at 11 has it wont go even with that clats, if they changed from sound money. Courier-JournaBest and 1'urest Drugs used. o'clock. Meets Garrard's Hearty Approval. have kept up at all with the Legislative Preaching at Chrirtian church, as proceedings. To the Iditor of the Interior Journal. usual Sunday. Morning pubject, "A Lakcabtkr, March 25. The mention- Reason lor the Hope Within i a or What NEWSY NOTES. Tue negroes in Mercer county know ing of Judge M. C. Saufley by the Intb-iiio- do ye More than Otherd " Night, their rights and dare maintain them. By "Happy It is reported that Walling will turn Journal in connection with the ap- HoniHjand How I), stroved." a trick and out behind the blacksmith State's evidence in the Newport trial. proaching race for appellate judge in the BUY TIIE OLD RELIABLE, shop tbe white republicans held a meet-- Sam Williams, of Fort Worth, Toxas, 5th district meots the hearty approvnlof ing and declarod one of their number, to on a wager ate 40 eggs and six big slices many democrats in this connty. He is Imperial Pekin Duck Eggs For wit: Ed Gill, Jr , elected as chairman of of ham. Sale. holding his court hero now and it is usethe county committee. The negroes A negro who assaulted a little white less to say that his prompt rulings, his The l'ckin Duclct are the mod popular and didn't like that sort of th'ng and resent- girl near Emporia, La., was caught and white or a superior legal attainments and tbe digni- profitable ol all duels The are n unit yellow creamy white color, with orange legs holding a meeting of their own lynched. ed it by ty which he maintains on the bench em bills. Their main poiuu arci mammoth tire, Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground und choosing Haydon Smith, who is as laid, aro ff The assessed valuation of the prop- inently qualify him for a place on the beautiful feathers, largo number To egys knowing very hardy and easy to) raise. one Right. black as the ace of spades, said he phould erty of this State is $20,000,000 short over the Pckin duck, it acems tribunal in tbe land. Yet small, common ducks are raised, ltthat a so many highest judicial Is mistaken be the county chairman or the colored last year. judge of the idea that ducks mutt have access ton pond or a if ho deairea to be republicans will "affiliate with whatstream. They need no water txcept to drUk, tho' A boy in Michigan blow 13th district he can easily win. they enjoy an occasional wash. We have a fine, ever party recognizes therulo of the ma. his brother's brainy out with a pistol durlargo flock to furnish stock or eggs fiom. Eggs Ho is only 52 years of age now, and was tor saia ny jority." They are tired of being bowers ing a quarrol. ji'i.n s rMf.tiKU. manior appointed by President Cleveland in 18S4 of wood and drawers of water, and it ia a Two painters were struck by light- asU.8.'udgoof Wyoming, which posi It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, A New Sress Making Estitlisfcn!, hopeful sign that they no longer intend ning and killed while painting a church tion ho filled with marked ability. On don't keep it. to do like dumb driven cattle for tbe spire in Oklahoma. hia return ho waa elected judge of this Having completed my courso In the French white republicans. Tho prohibitionists won by a major- district. He is a native of Wayne coun- Tailoring System ot Cutting and Fitting I oiler my services to Sknatob Landkb Bprung the free ity of 26 at Milleraburg. Tho town has ty and in lSGSha located Bt Stanford. been dry for 10 years. of undoubted courage, fixHo iB a man silver pledge on Dr. Hunter and drove The new running track at Newport ed convictions and profound learning. And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please him from the Senatorial contest. For them with my work. I will be found In the rear will be openod April 11, when two weeks A glance at tho district reveals tho fact of Mrs. Kate Uuddprar's Millinery Stcre and will this act Bradley appointed him to the be glad to wait on those wishing work in my line. that 10 of the22countieB went for Bradappellate bench. Those who know tho of racing will bo held. MUS.WM GEEK, Stanford. Mrs. Jane Case, of Laurel, Ind., ley last November and 12 for Hardin. 57 tt assert that while is as mild a doctor tried to kill herself because eho could not Out of 01,717 votes cast, Bradley received mannered man as over scuttled a ship or 31,001 and Hardin 30,710, which gives the Over-Prof- it cut a throat, he wont brook such treat- provide for her children. The Bolingbroko Club, of London, republicans a plurality of 2S- votes in the ment and henceforth the knife, that he will carry for him who betrayed and oilers a purse of $12,000 for a fight be- district. But the currency question and the unhim who rewarded will lay Jack Obinn'a tween Mitchell and Corbott. Get our Great Catalogue and BuyHorseless mail wagons are the latest just cry of fraud will not likely bo menaway in the ahade. ers Guide. We'll send it for 15 things in Boston. Boanlees soup and tioned in the race, and tho democrats can cents in stamps to pay part postage carry the district. Yet it is the part of It looks a little suspicious to say the minceless pies will come next. or cxpressage. The Book'a free. Jeremiah Murphy jumped off of a wiBdomtonominato a man who is young leaBt that Muhlenburg county, the homo 700 Pages, 12000 illustrations, 40000 descriptions, everything that's used building in New York. There onough to canvass tbe district and who is of Senator James, Bhould instruct for in life; tells you what you ought to The fine Italian hands of was hardly a grease spot left of him. bo as to draw from McKinley. geographically situatod And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. pay, whether you buy of U3 or not. According to an order issued by tbe both mountain and blue-gra- ss couuties. tho Senator and Dr. Hunter were unseen, One profit from maker to user. Gctiu but it Is said that it waa theirs who touch- commission of pensions, all pensions will It is thought that the subject of this ;.. . MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.,' ed the button and their miniona did the be hereafter paid by mail instead of in sketch ia the moat availablo man yet Originators of the Mall Order Method pereon. J mentioned. Democbat. . . rest. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Michigan Ave., Chicago, s . Ml-WfctKLY INIEKIOR.lOM lerOwslev. a Mkssbs. H. E. Evans and Thomas Mil. d. SPRING! EvepyDay. SIX PAGES- - New Goods are Arri vine: three-ypar-o- ld PE1FECT two-year-- old SATISFACTWI. cr New Gingham Dress Goods and Apron Checks, fvf 1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAITJfOBiD, KIT., To-da- y Bro-naug- h, Reduction In Prices first-clas- ut-lar- w Lau-terbac- four-year-o- ld iuBur-gen- ts ro-su- A. C. SINE. Stanford, Ky. n .,.,;. """ RIGHT NOW hae a book-keepe- r, well-kno- wn PRESCRIPTIONS l. b PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Vulcan Chilled Plow. We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. The Ladies of Staniorcl, W. H. WEAREN & CO. Paying - Stop it Spring Suits! Beautiful Patterns, ; six-stor- y Latest Stvles. H. J. McROBERTS. , 111-1- 16 y 1 ; INTERIORjOMNAL nznzsi Ilovr "BOCK" BEER. Pre-pure- Btanfoiu), Kv., . M Alton 27, 1890 W. P. WALTON. Wiiiti.kv. Mth hlllH Ann MlKKlne, 80 olUnibOreriHid, wlm in now ypara ol itt', uoinriiiiiteH Him to tli t " of tin- Whitlny family, in tlio Uourlur Joiiniiil; Whlt-luI atn a rani! drtunlit" of Col tho old iilotieiT and Indian OnUU r to Hh cnmH vrith lila wife mid ihiidn-Hen. Gmukh Kikkh Kentucky with Clark in 1773 or 177; lived in tlm fortu Tiii-ichllil horn hI for uinu yearn. liooruHboro wits Hind l lit the ilrt liit Their child uhild born in Kentucky. Isabella, married I'h lp Sub ran won Itttte; lletny, Uobrrt .Stltitnrr Louisa, Janu'8 McKinney; Pol y. Jumt-- Uiltuo't ; let ' tr - ji Tor tlm Trsdn. history "Bock" beer is tlio of hor browing us It is nndoratood by 'ho iieoplo of this day It is gonurally 3tippoMrd that beor is of distinctively Herman origin, whoivas it is it fact that beer win hrowod by the men of ninny nationalities in ninny parts of tho world "t'iitnrinn beforo the ('iintinn ora. Tho I'Vyptiaii", the (irecka, the Homiinp, the rjrfriniKe Ia Mrrwril and il EGGS AND POULTRY. Ship them to tiy. "We are In a portion to make itdecidexlly to our Interest to do no. .We handle eery tliinif rnised onn farm on commW!oit , so If you have any thing to sell, avail yourself of our services. We lo an Immense bmlnem and have more buyers than other houses. Correspondence Invited. Price currents mailed free on application. HERNDOM-CARTECO. (incorp'tf), The Leading Commission Merchants, 813-31- 0 MurreU Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. R . a(illl y. n r THOMAS u. 1U.I D. 1 a IvHher, Sitmuel Mlridleton, AnWilliam Uarpoi, Solomon, WIN nie L., Ham niiil Andrew. I haviMliHold dor horn hihI jjun that killed Ticuumuli. My ftrand fattier aIwh) a load d hi? kiiii with two bnlletH and rtcumsi'li wo s'lot with a nun loaded ltli two bullets. Col. Whitley war killed in battle October r, 1814 0lt,y;Salln Ilemllry Luir, Natic, John po. wi. 9SV. .- I 4t Tiik belled burr. ml that litu lieen Hf en and heard in an many locality la no doubt the one that a young pou of Mr. It. CliMiiccllor caught in a trap and put a bull on pome two or three months ago. Will ident t iuxjimin nuuiso:i. Osteite. 1 ment heulil be promptly applmt ' 1 liern U no knowing where In trouble will end, and while comtilrle rrcory Is the ru'e, Ilia cetlni are Urrikly Irojuent and itvoutaadt upn ihoutandt of fatal lllnitKt ei.cur eerjr yoat, u,lirilln by a llltln Injudicial rapoture anil twniacljr IrfllriK tytnptoint. lWoml tUit lhcr are lodajr count-e- it invalids tio caa trace their CMtplalnit la twlda," which at the time of octuirciirc gae no concern aiil were trie trie re nleted. When troubled with a CoU use Lhamlurlaln't Cuti KeiiHsly It it prompt aaxl ttltilutl Cmtinuatl locker, Kor talc at Not to llo Trilled With. iopU ntver learn thai ' cuMM It an Accu dreadid and tlut rin II ccuri, treat- rn.ulebeer from corn nnd bailey in those iineunt tunes. The hignr hour of tho (ierjiunt wtin a Bavarian product aud "bcek" lieer ongiuatntl in liavaria. Wn Imvo hoard a number of storios as to the origin of tho term "bock" liter, uid wlnlo tliey all vary as to dotail, they are at n rule correct. Whon beer was firt-- browed in Havana ami for a long time ttftcirwaitl in tli.it and all otlior p.uts of tho world, ice fnrmed no part in tlio manufacture, though it was very necessary that it should bo fermented and Mored inn cold temperature. As ico was not rolled upon to mako this cold air tiiul as artificial refrigeration was not droiunod of, brewing was douooulyiu col'lMviithur, ami tho lwor was htorod in chill vaults underground. Iloro it was left to ago until homo timu in spring, say tho hitter part of April or tho beginning of May, when tho vaults wero thrown open and tlio thirsty public was regaled with a pure, wholesome draft of the foamy beverage. And as tho flrht i"sno from these .iults was stronger and liable to go to the head, tho pooplowero naid to bo "hocked," hence tho name. Another version of tho story is that when the vaults wero thrown open, it buck jumiietl out und Unit gavo rise to tho niimo and also to the widely udver-ti.M- d "William" gout who adorns tho "bock" heer higns of tho procnt day. is n timo of liut "hook" boor sentiment to tlio Germans, and other people lmvo imbibed tho Kentimontwith tho tl.trk and hottvy drink. They want "bock" beer tit tho proper timo and they will drink it thon and on joy it. Wine and Spirit Journal. t The Way to Get What Yon Need to prove Your House fn Im- the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists M aerial, Brushes of all .kinds, and Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and see joji.pii ii. ioi:ici:k. a: e. Next door to Farmers National lnk, Main Street, and examine one of'hr Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kentucky. gibbons 'The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." OVERSTOCKEE We have an Immense Lineand'are realy overstocked in Harness : and : Saddlery., And will dispose them at gieatly reduced prices ior the next two weeks. Some of these roods will be sold at lnlf their former price. Call if you want Bargains that are sure enough Bargains. of LEVI 1". UOItTON. JOSCPHINE'S Y.wu EXTRAVAGANCE. Both-rrnl rKjtfk y J" lttsaau.--mm- sss FARRIS & HARDIN. FULL LINE OF "- - &3E2S OMSbHP .( - ' r.jrfTfKsw tlm Kinprriir Nnpulnon Wot by IlrrBiiHk,-r11111a. it anil v centt pr nunloid Ky D. I). IVck, w tettllt by Craig & Buggies, Carriages and ho died at Helena 27,000 life IniMir-anc- e it few dnvaRKO, carried at tlie time of hit death -- f 15,000 for the benefit of hit family, fl'.tXK) for the bent-ti- t of liia invalid lirother and ftO 000 lor the benefit of hla tH. - I)r olid, healthy lleth and vigoroua ttreDcth Ur. Plerce't Uimwa Sente Mwtn ai A J titer, a II laS Treeurd cat work,ofj.rduuly illuttraleil, w to uti receipt ji itai real ttampt tent cover pottage only Addrett Wnia'a l)it cmary lledical Aitociatlon, IlarTn, N V Sremi anil consumption always pic I out Id brlchtral a nit bet I l'ully one t ilh of all the deaths that occur in Hie world are ciut4 by Many things were on.e con.idei,.! contutnptton. npoMiblc It would be stranfc If mftllctl sciThe telegraph ence did net make tome prori und telephone, the phoojrapn, the etrctilc I'Kht e allwereonre lrapt,ible. and once It to rmr cenumptifl That waa before Dr fierce a t.ulden Med ral Ditco-cr- y the time of Taken according to dliecliom, this standard rcrreiljr wllli re oS per cent of all CJwiof cn aumtuion Coiihiiuv'"" ! cu d ami fottercd by rich by impurity m tin Hwl. It ia cur-neat and purity lit the hlood ture4y, ccrtaicly " 1' builds up tired by (he " Medea! I) tcovcr) watim-jKitilU- i. DONALD ( MIL HON. t. lt After tho firet Monday ia Mar all public nchoola in Ohio will hecoiupolhd by law to Uy the U S while they are open. t:, "sEp ji a BOrtKRT T. 1.INCOI.M. Simon S. Ilattman. ol Tunneltou Wett Va h s been tutifct to attacki of colic aV)ut once a then doctor Yir and would have to aacall a at tnrre andwhen do much i tiller lor about ia hourt they die He vat takeu recently jutt the Mmo at at Other timet and concluded to try Chamber-laiu- 't He Colic, Cholera and Plarrlu t Kerm-dy- . aay, "1 took one dote of it and it gave me relief mora than authu u elto In five minute,. That it hat ever done lor me " Kor tale by Craig A ll.x.ktr, bunlord, Ky. -- - m - - All latt winter Mr Oeo A MilU.of Lebanon, Coon., wai badly affl cttd with rlieumatltm. At timet It wai aa e?ei that lie could net ttand tip atralght. but at drawn ver on one tide "I tried dlflerent remeitliM without tindins relii'l," he ta)i, f bought a liottle ot "until about tn miintha Alter uilng it lor Dr. Chambrrlaln'a I'aln Halm three dayt my rhcumatlim wat cotic aud hat act returned tince ' l'or tale by Craig A Hoikor, Slinfoid, Ky. ao Throughout tho Into summer and of 1.S07 tho imperial conrt was more stately than over beforo. Tho old nobility became asnitluous in their attendance, aud, as ono of the oniprens' ladies in waiting is hiiid toliave remarked, tho court "received good company." On his return Napoleon had found e.tr.tag.tnco to bo as unbounded ttt oor, but ho could not well complain, heciuiMj, although for tho most part frugal hitm-olf- , he had this timo onconraged Jnvit.hnos in his family. Still, it was not ngieeablo tolmvti hills flung into his carriage when driving in with his coiinort, ami on one ha sent an unprincipled but clever milliner to tlio prison of Ilicetrc fur having disobeyed his orders in furnishing her war en to tho at exorbitant prices. Tho porson Wiii mi imlibpoiihablo to tho court ladies, however, that they crowdod lior coll, ami sho was boon released. At St. Cloud, Malmaison, tho Tnile-rie- s iiutl Foutainebleau tho social vices of courts bogau toappo.ir, but they wero sternly repressed, especially high play. Uy way of contnt,t, tho oily of Paris was at that very moment debauchod by it profusion of gambling bolls und houses of prostitution liconsod at an enormous flguro by Foucho ami producing great reenuus for tho socrot iiolioe. Tho gorgeous stato uniforms of tho marshals, tho rich und elegant costumes of the ladies, the bespangled ami bcgilt coats of tho household, dancing, theatricals, concerts und excursions all these elements should have combined to create brilliancy and gayoty in tho imperial circle, but they did not. "Lifo of Is upoloon," by Professor Sloaue, in Century. nu-tunJose-phmodrexs-muL-or- rnaeions l m iK fy?M B&mSfa sat'-Tvrv- N fCJiJL-- 1 Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before ) ou buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- d 'a s' HUtkbLL A. ALdUU. W. L. WITHERS. Salesman. "B' K- - WSSARBIW. occiii-ioi- i em-pre- ss 1 iSSt'X'c 3aW ('" U u aiaiaWs? fer i jtT lAnTZ Ktr;3rfLaaaaaaaW farf'-' g.?? JA T JBn" .awSfliaiaBBKaV vC'iff j SQA We have just received a full line oi ''the old reliable" Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs. Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth. Harrow.s. Full line of Hames, Collars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. 8UKL11T M. CULLOM. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. THE nL.UK GllASS HERD Shu?cchrb,reed Ft R53I HOGS. ; fb-- 1 Ducklln'u Arnica Salvo. The ben aalve in the wotl 1 for cutt, bru'iett aerrt, ulcrt. salt rheum, frver aores tftter, chap .A.I La.,a .L.lklna. M.B KK.I M,l l ! .HltltABi Jit positively cures pifea, or no pay repimed. Difllcultle of Curimtioti Culture. Luck is not a roliablo factor in tho difficult problem of carnation culture It demands exhaustive knowledge of tho habits, rcquiromouts and diseases of tlio plant, unceasing watchfulness mid unre(l My Breeder, were sttrctcd .mm tnr beat herd of this famous bried of me In several different, States. A splendid lot ol nua ef ditlarent acrs for sale, lireil sows a sie.ialtv. Satisfaction Kuaranteed. fo.re.pondence s licited Addict VJ : Utiii.'.-TVv.- sT. ,- R. h. RONAUGH, XriSsS?Mft' 3ii?vZi&1 WK..UIU, rwj. refunded. Price 5 cetiU per V. II. McKoberti.drugifltt. luaranteed to give pcrlect mltfactioH er money It It te 1 Kor ale by s i, " v-- WILIIAM M'KI.NLhV. Hotweon tho Iioiuh of and (5 o'clock yeaterdny afteruooa Hjv. Howard, tho Plomit nt Green fhptiat church, aduiiniBtered the ortliuance of to 110 colored convurtfi in tho old work house pond. Lexington Herald. pa-tor- of Tho Dlacovory Siwod Ilia Llfo. Mr. O. Collloustte, itrukrit. lleavemllle III New Oitcovery owe my tayt: "To Or King life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all tho physictint fjr miles about, but of no at.ill and was given un and tot J I coulJ not live. Having Dr. King's New Ditcovery m my store, 1 tent for a bottle and began lis uo anl from the first doae began to get better an I alter using three bottles was up and about nahi. It is woith its weight in cold. We wont keep atore or house without it." Get a ffeo trill at W. II McKobcrts' druK store. 1 merit success, thu grower is liable to tho exasperation of finding that particular varieties, upon liicli ho, may liavo based his most hanguine expectations, obstinately rcftieo to nourish under his care. Almost oery carnation culturist knows varieties that ho "simply cannot raise" nnd noither ho, nor anybody olso, can toll tho rca?on why. Of courso, thero must be something lacking, in soil, water, air or troatmont, which thoy require, but it seems as if they wero of taking ofl'ciiho at him, or his sur;ouudiugs, and preferring doatli, or at loiist unpioductivo lifo, to ondurauco of tho association. Scribnor's. lo mitting labor tho year through. Even when all is douu that seems possiblo to Genuine Oiivrr Plows. They Never Disappoint all I ask. A trial is I Beware of Imitations And Bogus Repairs. lcWSf?&& Ky. J"Da fry. 4 STKl'llKH 11. $ KLKIX3. J. K. VANARSD ALE, Stanford, H. 0. RUPLEY, Willing: to Obl'ijcH. As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Hitters has proved to bo the ery best It elfccta permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headache yields toils influence We urgu oil who are afflicted to procure a bottle' and give this remedy a fair trial In cases ol habitual constipation Klectrlc Hitters euros by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long tt the use ol this medicln . Try It or.ee. Large totllcsoolv so cents at W. I). McKobuits' Drug Storo. rc-b- Guro for Uoadacho. I " W1LUAJJ O. HltADLnr. -- .vnJK - Jr Tho porfdiifo burnera nro also appearing nnd tiro to bo found in tho shops s which rnako n specialty of imported for tho toilet, both in sizcH for tho cbntolnino nnd for tho dressing tublo. Tho littlo chatolnino censer comas in cut glass and fiilvor in very dainty ItH inner mochaniaui lirta u uico littlo devico for automatic lighting; extinguishing is accomplished by uaoroly deluding tho air by putting ou tho silver top. Tho perfnuio burner ia in reality a tiny lamp, burning, in lion of a wick, a prepnrod stick of incenso as fragrant as tho frankincenso nnd myrrh of Biblical dnys. Eustorn perfumes, such as the pungont, aromatic, sweat grasses of India and Coylon, nro faToritos for this . Nev Yorlt. Lotttjr. nov-oltioH. ?u -- "- aiKi js&zsw WILLIAM mms iA MM -i .i' Sawyer was quotod in Wnshington ns saying: "Whon thoy risk mo if I want to bo a delegate, I toll them 'No, I don't caro anything about it,' that I lmvo boon ton good many conventions; that I nm pretty noar 60 years old, and that if any of tho boys want to go in my placo I nm porfeotly willing to havo 'cm. At tho same time, if they waut to mako mo it delegato I'll accept. I'vo got nothing olso to do, but I'm too old to huvu uuy ambition, and hereafter will do anything that is wanted of mo, but no more." This is a very sensible nnd modorato observation, liut it applies to all sorts of jobs, including United Statos soimtor. La Crosso (Wis. ) Chroniclo. New Idea In Hallway Track. Tho anuovauco of wheols slinninff on tracks, especially in up grades, and tho tremendous resistance experienced have led to u new invention. Tlis rail ia provided with uu edgo or rim covered with cogs or toothy und tho wheel has similar cogs which cugago with them. Theao cogs are sot ou diagonally, inclining downward, uud are less likely to accuNew York mulate dust and dirt. Lodger. TflEHERfMHT SFMKKT ANB S 1DMMJUJB - TAILOR- Is Recu'ving his Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. THE Queen SiQrescent CTJBHMAN K. DAVI& ROUTE -i i- ! tssafTvM'sam' AKwiO a A1XISOJT. CTUBI.KH T. MAHDIHSOV. J4I reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriuian, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Kuoxvillc, Hot Springs and Asheville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe WA . lttVd 7 i t - .1 t. anui ourevcpori. i.os ittrougu m lourist oieepers to t - iiujjtics "" Sau Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shrevcport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrons. Free l'arlor Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observ tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and !3saPCrr,..'iaWf 4l wri Chattanooga. ChM. W. Zoll, W. O. Blnearaon, O. P. A.. CtncMsuiK, 0. Pit. Patr Agt., Cincinnati, a i. mw p. .fpR- - wKsm m::mjm lOTERlORjOHBTOl Ky-- . HMWi(liKwifctMMifiliti"l,ilinwriii wi n mil &M1-WEEKL- V ' WOMAN'S WOULD. EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION. SrANFORU. - Makcii i'7, 18S)G THE PRESIDENT OF THE KENTUCKY E. C. Walton, Business Manag cr IF YOU WANT in your neighborhood this season - BEST THE J Tlio Poor EnKltsh Ooverncss American and KncIUh WomenIda May Spencer. The New Woman Women of Sweden. Fcaxnnnbln Itlntn and Timely Ooaslp. GARDEN PLANT OUR FAMOUS all of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely feature this season is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Post Office. This "New Catalogue" we will mail on receipt of a stamp, or to those who will state where they saw this advertisement, the Catalogue will be mailed Free t nt New catalogue ior 1 090. Anew PETER HENDERSON & GO. 35 & 37 Cortlandt St., Kow York. iTABLER'SOIl V 11111 BUCKEYE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES' known for 15 voars as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE noted women iu America is Miss Lntirn Clay, president of the Kentucky Eqnnl Rights nssooin-tiou- . Sho is tho daughter of tho venora-biGcncrnl Casslua Marcellus Clay, who Bainctl an international reputation na an abolitionist beforo tho war and as United States minister to Russia during tho robelliou. Mis9 Clay's mother was a daughter of tho lato Dr. Elisha of this cily, ono of tho foremast men cf his timo. Misa Clay inherits tho strong mentality of both tho Clay and Warflold families, and as a clear thinkor and convincing rensoncr sho stands with ont a peer. Sho has so far refrained from allowing a picturo of herself to be printed, and tho accompanying likonom is tho first one that has over appeared in a uowspnper. As will bo seen, abo bears a striking resomblauco to her distin gnished father. Although ono of tho busiest womon in tho country, Miss Clay submitted to an intorviow, in which she treats in hor clear, logical stylo of tho neods of the women of today and of tho boueilts which sho thinks will follow tho en franchiscnicut of women. "What cansed you to becomo an of equal rights for women?" the reporter asked. "While- I was still in my teen?," she replied, "oven my limited observation of lifo taught mo that woman must have greator financial independence, and honco greater industrial opportunities, to obtain tho freedom necessary for mon-ta- l and moral fctrongth. Dependent bo- o War-fiel- d Ono of tho most known what it is to wnut a cook and n governess will supply tho answer to that nnpfltion With anitfnUnt .iwiinn But what a serious indictmont agaiust our social Bvstom does this aclvftrtin- montproforl To bo n governess even to bo n nnrFcrv unTom n vnnno woman must havo somo pretensions moro or loss plauslblo to education and to gontility. Probably thero is not ono among all thoso TOO who would not bo iudignaut at tho suggestion that sho would havo dono bettor to havo boon content with tho kitchou rather than to havo aspired to tho superior social eminence which entitles hor to bo addressed as"miFs." And just becaufio sho has had that aspiration, and becanso sho has acquired that Kinnttnriii'j nf nriupntirm cln'eli line unfitted her for domestic borvice, sho is condemned to discover that nobody wants her. Our philanthropists might do worso than apply themselves to the solution of tho problem what to do with all young womon, of whom thoso 700 are but an infinitesimally small fraction. Loudon Graphic -- 4 Scientific American Agency k for JmB jf lrnTnlTBsrsrssssr' mv CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIQN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, eta rco Handbook write to ilor Information and f MUN'N ft CO., Sl BnoiDWAT. Niw York. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Every patent taken out by us Is brought beforo the pubUo by a notice gtrcn f rco of chargo In the vsr v jm BSSS sricutific 'JMnmcau Largest circulation of any aclenUflo paper In tho world. Splendidly Illustrated. No lutelllKent man should be without It, Weekly, A3,OOa year: U0 six month Add reus. HUNS A CO,," VcBUsuuis, 301 Broadway, Mow York City, MISS LAURA 11. CLAT. I I m t i & i m n i ings evidently must bo, moro or less, mero reflections of thoso upon whom they depend. Therefore, if womon allow thoni&olvoa to owe men obligations Beit Line to and From greater than men's reciprocal obligaCHICAGO, tions to tbem, they must assume a weak Solid Vestlbuled Trains, with Buffet Parlor mental and moral attitndo, bringing its Can, Elegant Coachei, Dining Cart, Wagner attendant evils upon tho wbolo of soSleeping Can, and latest improved Private fur- ciety, for however highly men's judgBuffet Sleeping Can, magnificently nished with toiltt acccasoriei in each compartment and conscience may bo dovolopod ment. Best terminal nation. they cannot assume womon's responsibilities, so whatovor dwarfs women's ST. LOUIS. development injures society. After I Solid Veitlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cra, womon ought to havo equal Coaches and Dining Cars, and Wagner Buffet saw that Sleeping Cars. Entering St. Louis oyer the New rights with mou in educational and inMerchants' Bridge, avoiding the dissKrecable tun dustrial advantagos I did not at once net. perceive oloarly that they should enjoy tho sanio political rights. I had tho idoa, BOSTON. which is fetill so prevalent among my The only Through Sleeping Car Line from Cineox, that politics was not tho 'sphero' cinnati. Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars. for women, and that going to tho polls was dorogntory to womanly delicacy, oven The "SoutBwestern Limited" Solid Velltuled which was worthy to bo protected t and Trains, with Utobinatiui Library. Buff-- Elegant by tho sacriflco of what was indisputaSmoking Cars. Wsguer Sleeping Cars. bly an nbstract right. But further obCoaches and Dining Cars, landing passengers in New York Cltv at 4d Street Depoi. Posi ively servation and reflection soon convinced No F rry Transfer. mo that under tho pressuro of falso soBo sure your tlcVets read via "BIG FOUR." cial theories and tho woiglit of uuqual d. b, martin, e. o. Mccormick, laws, unequal because mado only by Cen. Pan. & Tltt. Agt Paatenger Traffic Mgr. mon, essential woman delicacy and worth were continually sacrificed, and .IK VOU ARKGOINO that nothing could avail to protect womanhood from such dangers excopt for conscientious women firmly to claim THK equal rights ovorywhore, including the right of helping to niako tho laws, and by their own womanly oxerciso of the frnnchiso to demonstrate that politics belongs to women's sphero as woll as to "BIG FOUR" ROUTE, ILL. NEW YORK. sjroHTK r west, man's." LOUISVILLC 4 NASHVIUC R. R. Is the hoe Tor you, as its Double Dally Trains Makejclose connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKKD THROUGH For any information enquire of JOE S.UICE. Agent,Ky Stanford, I Ky- - Midland Only Diiect R'y, Tho Poor English Govern. fPrankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlano, Tho pathos of advertisements is not Falmouth and Covinffton.Trains confined to what aro popularly known via Kentucky Midland. Time Table Nov. 3, 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. EAST. TRAINS a. m. p. m. p. m. 1 00 6 JJ 4 15 A Franktort 4 Klkborn 78 4 8 1 ao 48 " Stamping Uround 7 7 l Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Ask lor tickets run by Central Standard Time. Lite Between "How loug havo yon been ongaged iu this work?" "Though very early I avowed my boliof iu equal rights, circumstances did not permit mo to ougago in any system-atiwork for theso principles till 1888, when I helped to organizo an equal rights association in Loxington. Later in tho samo yoar tho Kentucky Equal Rights association was formed. I was elected its president and havo boon oach year since. Tho object of tho association is to advanco tho industrial, educational and legal rights of womon and secure tho franchiso to thorn by appropriato stato and national Lexington Cor. Louisvillo legislation. o Courier-Journa- l. y 400 No. s. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. TRAINS WEST. p. ro. a. m. p. m. a. in. 4 40 C -9 S Lve Paris - C. B. Depot ....io 07 6 37 6 40 6 40 10 " Georgetown B 10 10 o 5a 5 35 7 7 8 Stamp'g Gro'd 46 5 7 10 Klkborn 8 IS 7 3 Jk.tr Frankfort A... 11 00 SUNDAY TRAINS. Frankfort Leave Georgetown 10 10 a. rn; arrive Georjetown "rive ltlavemFrankfort 4 3" P- 5 " Arr. 7 " Georgctown.B... 7 S45 C. S. Depot... C -83 Paru 5 J S S 09 a J 2 30 $& Kentucky Midland'Railway and to all shortest and cheapest rout, oSnts South, East, North and West. K? fe.ih?r information apply to their agents. BERCAW.Gen. rass. Agent.. connec-tioislomTt- GKO. B. UARPEK, Uec'r & Oen.Sup J r raiv. as tho agony columns of tho daily papers. To tho thoughtful mind thoro is convincing ovidouco of a constant Btream of sufforing aud of that hopo doferred which makoth tho heart sick to bo found in tbo innumerable applications for employment by all sorts and conditions of advertisers. A notable and typical of tho terriblo reality of tho strugglo for lifo is to bo discerned in a rocont notification iu a daily paper by tho wife of a woll known man of Jotters. Tho lady in question, after stating thnt sho had salected a uursery governess, wont on to "inform tho 700 other candidates that tho photographs with which stamps wero sent will bo presently roturned. " Seven hundred other candidates And Women of Sweden. Miss Frauo Bakor of Moronoi, Mich., how many applications would tho lady Miss Sophia Loyouhnfond flator Bar- has written a history of tho Womon's havo received if sho had advertised for a thoroughly competent high class cook? oness Adlorsparro) and Mrs. Rosalio Foroign Missionary society of tho M. E. oiivoqroua started anonymously in 1858 church. Tho eiperieuco of family folk who have , lo 1 a revlow dodioatod to the SwodUh woman, with tho object to rniso hor standard morally, Intellectually and socially. This xevlow was tho first organ for the woman movemont in Swodau, mid to It aro to n great oxtont dno not only many reforms, legal, educational and social, which during tho lust 30 years havo taken placo in tho condition of women, but also a great ohango in public opinion concerning hor right aud standing. Owing to tho groot educational advantages which aro now within reach of woman, they havo got freer access to tho labor market and aro in many respects accepted as coworkers with men. It is, howovor, not only with her literary work that Baroness Adlersparro is deserving of tho gratitude of her countrywomen, but also on account of tho many institutions which sho has founded in their favor. Ono of theso is tho Friends of Fomalo Domestic Industry, which has been instrumental in raising tho standard of female workmanship to an artistical achiovomonr. Tho most prominent of theso institutions is nevertheless tho Frcdrikn Bremer society, American and English Women. with numerous committees, which all Mr. Hall Caino says of his stay in huvu for object tho benefit of womon. tho Uuitod States: "Many of my impressions of America, by tho way, topH.len Goulil'a CliarltU. pled down like a child's bouse of cards Miss Helen Gould's iuhoritanco from when I found myself actually in tho her father has certainly beon mental as oouutry and among tho people. A de- woll as financial. Tho "business abillightful nation to study is America ity" which bo posaessod is shown by his fresh and frauk and full of originality. daughter in hor charities, which aro Of courso, wo all know and havo always conducted with the samo fidelity and known, for tho last century, at least, system with which her brother Goorge that Americans aro clover, but wo can't looks after his vast intorests or her realize until wo go among them and see brother Edwin manufactures matches. them in their homes how kindly, how Woody Crest, tho day nurseries aud tbo young of heart, thoy aro as individuals. " Sunday school treats which hundreds of Of American women in general ho little children associate with her nnnio deems "it is only natural they should havo passed Into history, aud still flourhavo become what they art superior, ish liko any woll established iiutitutiou intellectually, or, at any rnto, superf- made to last. Miss Gould's lnte.1t Hct of icially so, to tho mou. That is, of course, businesslike generosity is tho sending of as a class. Thoro aro always so many n check for $8,000 to Vassar college It exceptions to overy rule. But tho thing will bo used to found a scholarship iu has como about as n coUscquenco of memory of Miss Gould 'smother. Homo man's putting woman American man, Journal. American woman on a pedestal, and Why NotT worshiping her. Ho has staled below "The women of Mibsouri," says the tho pedeetal and worked for her, not having timn, if ho was tho ordinary Philadelphia Telegraph, "aro circulatman of business, to cultivato his mind ing a petition to tho governor of tho and manner while ho so worked. But stuto asking him to appoint only marsho has had plenty of time, and sho has ried men as resident physicians in tho But why made tho best uo of it. Iu our own iusano asylums of tho statu. country I consider that tho reverse is not nppoint women physicians to look tho truth. Tho avorago Englishman is after tho women who aro confined iu tho superior to tho avcrago English woman iusano asylums of tho stato? This is tho in intelligence and education. That is policy which has been adopted in South becauso ho is likely to think of himself, Carolina, and it might woll bo followed and of his sons, boforo ho thinks of his by tho other states. Tho South Carolina wife and danghters. And English wom- experiment has been most successful, en havo conscientiously uphold him iu ond, under Dr. Sarah Allan, tho women in tho hospital for the his attitude toward thorn, until comparatively lately, at ntiy rato. In Amer- iusano at Columbia havo uovcr hud hot ica, on tho coutrary, I fancy that women tcr aud moro .atisfactory treatmout. havo known their ,own value, and set it Charleston Nows and Courier. rathor high, for a number of years a She Make. It I'ay. couple of generations, at least." Mrs. Francos Fisher Wood has takou In personal nppearauco Mr. Caine finds our womon "prottior, moro nttractivo, , up on entirely unique study aud Is mak more bewitching, than English women, ing profit therefrom, bho has always but not so regularly beautiful. Thoi been intorested in oriental matters, and straight, almost Greok nose and tho in- - has now so far advanced in tho JapaofJably lovely and haughty upper lip of nese lunguugo as to bo an authority on tho most perfect type of English girl I . poetry aud all sorts of art treasures. havo not seen equaled in Amorica, I Sho is tho ouo woman iu this city who can read the mystic symbols, and U must say." Providouco Journal. known and recognized by every doalor iu Japanese curios. Furthermore, Mrs. Ida May Spenear. Edgorton, Wis., a Wood is often in demund at tho custom lives i Thoro young woman, Ida May Spencer, who houso when au expert opinion is needed, is an oxjiert jeweler. Sho is in partner- and sho has built up a most lucrutivo ship with her father, tho sign reading, business. Her own collection is valued as a but serves "John Spencer & Daughter, Jewolers ut $40,000,less knowing its best uso New buyers. modol for and Opticians." Having determined to adopt the jewel- York Journal. ry bnsiuei'H as a profession, sbo eutcrod The Woman Who Laugh. iu tho fall nf 1887 tho Horological Tho woman who laughs is tho latost school at La Porto, Iud. While thoro cruzo of tho vaudovillo world. Miss Alof tho veterans ice Atherton has won famo in London sho competed with in tho business for a prizo, a goltl mod- through tho musio aud tho infectious al, to bo given to tho 0110 turning tho quality of her "ha! ha I" In spito of best balance staff in tho shortcut timo. tho timo honored theory that ono should Sho won tho medal. Two of tho judges novor laugh at his own jokes, this young wero from Now York and ono from Chi- woman's success seems duo to hor abilcago. Her teacher told her that, in all ity t start tho uudieuco into tho wildprobability, if thoy had known sho was est fits of merriment. Sho tells funny a woman thoy would not havo awarded stories in a funny way, but it is hor own hor tho prize. Ho also remarked that, laugh, heard at tho oloso of each, tLut though fairly entitled to it, ho feared it hin mado her fame. Exchange, would not bo a good advertisement for tho school. After learning tho trado, Annetttt Vedee. her coworkers feared sho would not bo Frokon Annotto Vetleo, who is a ablo to get a situation on account of her dnughter of tho chief of tho foroign desex. Howovcr, tho touchers, knowing partment in Copenhagen, has now retho was fully competent, gave her rec- linquished her post as amaunonsis to During tho summer of two of tho professors at tho Stockholm ommendations. ISO'J sho studied to becomo an optician, univorsity, which sho has filled for attoudiug lectures in Boston. This threo terms, and has gouo hack to Cobranch sho has found very profitable. penhagen, whom sho will completo an At tho timo Miss Spencer took up tho important mathematical work upon work thoro wero probably not moro which sho bus been engaged for some than n half dozen women engaged in timo. tho occupation. Woman's Journal. Want Her to I'reach. The New Woman. Mrs. Lydia Tichouor Bailey, a ConAnd I will wipo JtruHnlem as n man vvlpeth gregational proaoher, recently hold meeta dluli, wiping it nod turning It upxldo down. ings at Snohomish, Wash., in which all -- U Klngt xsl, 13. tho churches united. Thoy havo siuco With this text tho Rov. Phobo Hana-for- decided to hold regnlur union services iu her lecturo at tho houso of Mrs. and havo invited Mia Bailey to preach Maria McCullough, 817 Wost Eighty-secon- d for them. streot, proved that man's Bphero is also iu tho kitchen. Tho girls of tho Lawrenco univorsity "If thoso men who aro forovor flaunt- in Wisconsin havo adopted a costume ing in our faces tho toxts of St. Paul in for school wear modeled somewhat aftor which ha forbids women to speak in tho tho military outfit of tho boys of a cadot churches would read this text, thoy school It includes a bluo blonso laced would find outwhero Bomo of tho kitch- up in front with black, and a skirt of en work belongs," said Mrs. Hanaford. bluo trimmed with black. "Everyone is not awifo: heuco tho absurdity of tho idea that woman's Somo of tho now poko bonnets havo already been in ovidouco on sovorul wholo duties are household onos. ' 'Tho very mental traits specially charbonds among tho Now York smart sot. It is significant that only tho prottiost of acteristic of women i. e., intuition is much bettor fitted to thohO days of protty women havo had tho courage to rapid locomotion than muu's slowor appear in thorn. method reasoning. Old fashioned mahogany chairs, with "Tho day of reproach for our box is woll nigh over, and among tho onos of very high backs, aro being much sought whom we aro tho proudest aro thoso aftor. Tho quaint maiden uover looks who wero formerly callod tho suporflu-ou- b moro charming than whon seated in ono women. This 1h not moaut to decry of theso high baoked chairs. marriage. Tho now woman makes tho Mrs. Irma T. Jones has boon best wife, but she will demand of her tiu-- . to of Plymouth Congregational husband tho same fidelity and purity Sho is also superinsho practices horsolf. " Now York church, Lansing. that tendent of its Sunday school. Horald. unfor-tunato d, Drawing the Color Line, "They do Bay," said ono new congressman, "that tho pink-te- a habit it interfering witn tho work of statesmanship." "Well," was the thoughtful reply of his colleague, "I shouldn't wonder If it ditl. I don't take any stock in these epicurean innovations. If a man must drink tea at all let him stick to tho good, green tea ho was used to at home." Washington Star. Confidential Letter No. 2 Bro. Walton: Please hold the cars while I tell what Cooke's is. Well, it is not a mysterious compound of which the component patts are gathered in some far off, unheard of land; neither is it some latk. sciuntipic discovery, made by unknown pro-lessorSar-saparil- la in 1000, Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a rcmc Mrs. Kmanclpus (offering box) Will you havo a cigarette? dy whose component parts arc naMrs. Flndeslecle What brand aro tive roots aud herbs, growing in they? the hills and valleys of Kentucky, Idon'tknow. They prop-cnro some my luiubniul bought for me which are gathered at their seasons by responsible hands. last Christmas. .Mrs. Flndeslecle (hurriedly) Thanit After cleansing sorting and cull- on. 1 don't care to smoke just now. ing they arc carefully dried for' . Y. Worhh use. Their virtues arc extracted by the latest scientific process Tho lliird Tart of It. Thrre'n many a tnnn who mlRht, no doubt, known to pharmacy by a pharWin PomotliliiR In llfo's rnce macist who has spent 18 years in If ho wouldn't wear himself clear out In search of an easy place the work of his chosen profession. -- U A. W. Uulletln For over a hundred years has it A IIKVOIX it stands stood the test and belorc the public guaranteed to be I K) I I the best blood purifier in the mar-c- t. Mrs. Kmanclpus s to-day (Taalvl yBG' ?M - -t- rjip CXft &r "My good man, 1 ncvcrscntforyoii to positively guaranteed to cure scrofula in any form. Its merit is shown by its growing popularity and in localities where longest ued you find the largest sales. Sold in Lincoln county by W. U. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's DrugStorc, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. F. 13. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Hros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Heazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. James T. Cooki:, Harrodsburg, Ky. It is "No, madam; It was the people next door." Pick-Mr-Up. tunc my piano." Tried. ON IMPROVED FARMS Sho (eagerly) What would you do If you wero called to boar arms? In Linctln county, Kt .at 6 ter cent., Inn ictt; no comulstlon charted. Address Ho (promptly) I diouhl tly to them AVV Hoom 17, Kenyon lluildlng, GKO W with Uie greatest of pleasure, Louisville, Ky. For bli.k applications and far thrr Information, inquire ol J N Saunders, AtShi Would you, really, and without Me semi-annu- Heady to MONEY To LOAN Topics. any hoJtatlon? He Just try inc. and see! Town A torney, Stantord, Ky. 1 I'ractlcHl Answer. This Is leap year," remarked the maiden timidly, "and I nm dlHixMcd tc nvall myself of my nex's privilege. Mr. Tilllnghast, I lovo you. Will you be mine?" "But can you support a asked Mr. Tillinghait, anxiously. Judge. luis-band?- Right in Sight Sure Saving Shown General keeps off Idlers. CataWe'll send you our logue and Buyers Guide, if you send us 15 cents in stamps. That pays part postage or cxprcssaEC, and A (lro. Calasnny. Joker Potts, I sec by the parens liaa been denounce! by hin creditors as scoundrel. I think such aji a accusation Is alumni. Mrs. J. Why m? Mr. J. Uccauac ho wcotm a full beard. To Date. Ills Keoa. "Whatever drovo you to marrying H wives?" (Uikcd the Judgcf regarding the prisoner with more than ordinary luter-cfl-t, M r. bare-face- d 111-1- Full of Important informadon no matter where you buy. 700 Pages, 13,000 lllustrauons: tells of 40,000 articles and right price of each. One profit only between maker and user. Oct it. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., Chicago. Michigan Ave., 16 It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; "Thirteen wan Mich an unlucky number to atop at, your honor!" answered tho penitent prisoner, wiping his eyen with his coat tloee. Chicago Tribune. A Trne lla.band. Nodd Don't you think it Is cruel ot Wltherby to keep on ktaylng out fie Into at night when his wife Is so 111? Todd It seems ho, but It's really thoughtful. He says If ho should stay In he is afraid tho bhock might prove fatal. Truth. MlnlnterpreteiL In Poor yOAyS l!! yjJ' "l means so much moro than you imagine serious and ' fatal diseases result from ' trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. out ot sorts, wealc -- Health , , ' ' , , "Marie, your father must like me; lent he twenty dollars." "No, Charlie; ho told me he expect cd it would cost him something to keep you from coming hero so often." Chicago Itecord. An Anxious Cuitem.r. John Potts Arc you the medium who advertises to unite the rejarated ? Medium (proudly) I never fail. John Potts 1 wish you would connect mo with tho $100 I got separated from last night. Life. I'reparutlon. Georgts Would you llko to go to the theater this evening. Miss Mabel? Mabel Indeed I would. I'll be ready in a moment. Just wait till 1 can go upstairs and put on my biggest hut. Somervillo Journal. Of the Hoar. Bobby Popper, what doee tho paper mean by tho women of tbo hour? Mr. Ferry I gucsvi It means the woman Who Bays sbo will bo reody to start in IS minutes. An hour Is about as near as sho cornea to it, usually. he Kyouarefeelinic Brown's Iron Bitters Dyapcp.Mn, and Rtnetatly exhausted, iitttoti, line ,o apnrtite and ...n't Moiklf lieRln at oncetak. 1, iifr incinosi icii.i- mttlitltic.wlnclilH llioun'a Iron Hit. T ttrs. A tew Nt. jj efit 1 Me strrtiRtlirninic j tttH I itaiH ffrit, a 11 11 s pleasant to take. 11 tic cute-bencomes dum the very fifM dose fur J It Cures Neuralgia, Constipation, Malaria, Women's Bad Blood Kidney and l.lvcr ! Troubles, Nervous ailments 4 complaints. i Get only the cciiulne It lias crossed red ' lines on the wrappci. All otmts ate u!- - i slitiites, On recejjit of two r stamp v f will send set ol Ten Oeautilul World' r I'alr View and boolc irtc. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. V7 Cincinnati Enquirer. Sh3 My dear boy, you don't know how little satisfaction thero is in just ono kiss. Truth. No Comparison. Portland. San Francisco. .Totfc ....... nc Will you give mo juBt 8h Did. ono SIhs? NBTHWEST Via The "Don't you think tbo atmosphere In our theaters is vile?" "Yes, but purer than on the stage." Life, Deep Mourning. tfJLlpuitviiir kf AH WA Chn',3 ftj vP Only Dining Car Route Firm "Grieved 7' said Mr. X. AJyrate. "I was bo grieved over tho loss of my dear undo thnt I wept ink for three days I" X.OTTISVIX.IJS Elegant Pullman Vtstlbuled Slwpers ot Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO CHICAGO. Cincinnati Enquirer. Not In One Instance, Anyhow. NIANK J. RKlD.) f K.H.BACON O.P. Aitent, S or i D. P. A , "My wlfo Is a woman who is very (. ) Chicago. Louisville bard to please," Ilesur to call for "Sho haw never given nny evidence of Moaon Route. it." Detroit Freo Press. Denver. St IPaul. Consoling Thought. Tls hard to love and not bo loved; WANTED-A- N Still, balm attends the curse; IU1UK ujpaiuntr I'rwcciyoariaeas: tneymay mon who hns no flowers to buy The brino jrou. wealth. Wrlto JOHN WF4DEJl- Keeps money In his purse, ituil Chicago rtecord. ; I. 0., for their 11,800 priio offer.' w r , IDEAJiSS. J fc Al "t -- MI-WE- B! r INTER10K JoURIdU Mbn'a hats nt moat any price and any Get your paints and wall Penny's Drug Store. stylo at ShankB'. a paper nt Cutlery nt reduced prices at Craig A Hocker'a Cash Store. . I Have Purchashcd the Entire Stock of njUllf V '' rf We are not overstocked on saddles but Clovxr and Timothy seed at Warren k " Stanford. Kit, IMaik'ii L'7, 1896 Strictly up to datp, at Danks'. our prices are right. Try us. IligginsA Shanks' "Modol Grocery." McKiuney. Skkois o( various weights and prices Nicb room in Intkrior Journal build" E. C. Walton, Business Manager in blues and blacks at Shanks'. We have Bold out our entire stock and ing lor rent. W. P. Walton. good will to W. P. Tale and now call on Foil flro insurance in the best of cornf Laniirktu's fresh garden seeds; also thoso who are indebted to us for tho last &c, &c , from Hughes & Tate and will Close Out every thing in We nro temporarily without n wntch panics apply to Jewie I). Woaren. finest flower seeds. W. B. McKoberts. time to call ond eettle or else we will bo 9 repnlrur, but diiritiK bis niieonco your stock at first cost without carriage. I invite all who appreciate fair Chamukh nets at reduced prices for the repair work will be bpiu to thu city, tbor We will prepare your hog cholera compelled to put their accounts out for dealing, courteous treatment and good goods at the lowest possible outfhly aud acctirntiilv donunud returned next two weeks. Furrls & Hardin. medicine at lowest rates. Craig A Hock- collection. Hughes A Tate. to you without any cAtra chnrjzc Penprices to call and assist in closing out. Every thing will be sold for er. Store. ny a Dnijr, nnil Squihe MimniY given it as oxpert Wiuoht A BuRiNS, proprietors of tho Just received a beautiful line of Cham- Vendome Hotel at Uustonville, hove Cash or Country Produce at the highest market price. The services opinion that the fruit is safe to date. ber Sets and Queens ware at Warren A posted notices stating that they will ap- of G. R. Cooper and C. E. Tate have been secured as salesmen, with PERSOHAl PQIHT8. Call nnd examiuepritig and Summer Shanks' "Modol Grocery." ply at the April court for liconso to con- my personal supervision. MihsLiccu: Hwzlky is In tlio city clothingsamples. Jtsso D. Wearen. tinue to retail spirituous, vinous and Eaiii" has reduced hia cabinet photobuying millinery. C a it i.o i) of buggies just received, graphs from 3 to $2 per dozen till April malt liquors. Littlu Mibh NkttiuGi:inbtkau is very which will be sold at rock bottom prices. 15. Come now while you can save $1 en Pahoonhij Acting Gov. Worthing-to- n ill with pneumonia. flick B. K. Wwiren. the dozen. pardoned Phil Dover, of Casey counMk. William UuhtoN has been Wk hnve constantly on hand cannel for n week or more. We've got it. Tlio Log Mountain or ty, sent up Inst August for two years for Mack, little sou ol Mr. J. T. Sutton, is and bituminous nut coals for cooking "Bear Creek" cannel nut coal. Come manslaughter. Dever was originally depurposes. J. II. Baughman A Co. filck with bronchitis. and eee us the best over put on the fended by Gov. Bradley nnd it was doubtless nt ins suggestion that tho parMiss Hkpsik CauboN spent sovoral days Noel A Son. CiiRi'ONs and mohairs are the things market. Will sell you at the Lowest Cash Price don was granted. with Mrs. Dr. J O. Carpenter. for Spring suitings fur ladies. Go to Wn have had more snow and more Mn. J. B. Owknb, of UowlinK Green, Shanks before buying and scu goods aud rain, but yesterday was bright and pleasMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. joined bis wife here Tuesday. " get prices. ant. "Fair, much colder Friday," prophBhooks, of Grab Orchard, Miss Mollis Three couples of Berea College BtUW are overstocked on saddles and esies tho weather service. is the guest of Mrs. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. dents have married in three weeks. and wilt give some big bargains At Knoxville, Joceph Kyle, S5, and Ms. T. A.Coultkh went up to London harness line for tho next two wuuks. Far- - WooLDiunoB Jelllco Coal ia again offei-e- d in that We will fill you orders from a new, Fresh Stock. Wednesday to attend the holiness conyou ot a reasonable price and with a Mies Lena Cornett, 18, wero made ono. rls & Ha'din. Fleming Curtis and Mrs. Dellla vention. sUiefactory guarantee. Give ua a trial Mn. 0. H. Sa.mwn, of Mercer, spent Boone, a comoly widow of 23, were mar Foit stealing coal from tho cars as thoy order. J. H. Baughman A Co. - - Compounded by an experienced Pharmacist, day or night. gayeral days wttli tils brother, Mr. N. B. pass through here Dan Cain and Charlie ried at Highland Wennecday. Bail. Mrs. J. A. Hammond, Gave Sampson. Hocker were given 30 days each, and Judge George F. Leo and wifa cele; W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Katb DuDDiiun went to Cincin- Fields Salter for jumping on a moving postmaster ot Hubble, went to Somemt brated their golden wedding at tlio home this weak and gave bail before Com mis of their son, E. W. Lee, in Boyle nati yesterday to purchase her spring train was fined flOtuiilconiR. sioner Curd to answer for opening a let millinery. WE ARE Tub habeas corpus proceedings of ter. ill Miis G. B. Coorsn. who has been Mrs. Polly Ann Majors took her accused of forgery, of Annie Patterson, col- fiifth husband at Henderson in tho perfor a couple of weeks, was some better Wm. Ghesterllold, Tim (.tiled and lie was remanded to jail. He - broken into Wednesday night son of J. H. Bayard, who has been maryesterday. ored, She ried three times. Hknhv DkHohiik has been verv sick in expecting friendH from his home in and ham and shoulder Btolen. with pneumonia fever, but was better Ohio to come and x bis bond. After a married life of 23 years, the knows the puilty party but think she yesterday. wife of Dr. Hogan, nn ex member of the no urreata have beou made so far. The program of thH entertainment nt , Mn. IUctoh L. Pickktt, of Finchvtlle, tho Crab Orchard Baptist church, tomorleeislatureand a prominent citizen of This is a schedule of tho stolen good?, Willinrastown, has sued for divorce. with liis sister, Mrs row night, 2t)th, will prove most enterspent soreral days together with their actual cost. 4'--' suits Will Severance. Miss Ethel, tho pretty taining and ii number will likely go from of clothes $315; odd coats, vesta and daughter of clever 11. W OllAIILKS POTILLO, ff Louisville, is hero to enjoy it Matthews, the Tho paetor of tiio spondlnK n few days with William Bice church will preach next Sunday morn- pants $50; 11 overcoats f 72.50, two 'cigar ovangelist, eloped from Lexington Every Day. We want you to come in and see 7; hats i'2'2 12; boots J20.G0. Hnd John Meier. with J. T. McCanley, cf Morganfiold, 1st Sunday. ing aud night instead of the - what we now have to show you. Mus. H. Kimmkii, of Itichmond, was She left a aw eet note for mothWe wero in error in Resigning the rea- aged 2 Attention K. of II. A called meeting son for tho suit brought by E. P. Woods er, explaining how love had forced her down this week to ses Mrs. William Hice The designers have surpassed all previous efforts in bringing out new of Hope Lodge No. 19, K. of II. will be and Mlsa Freda Meier. and wife. The suit wan brought to net to do that which she feared would give patterns and effects in Dress Goods. Mica Billk Uoolk, of Hustonvlllf, was held at Odd Fellows' lull on Saturday e her pain. onide the codicil on the grounds of route to Corblu to evening, March UStb 1S9G at 7 o'clock, on Tuesday's train en An old widower in Garrard, fell in prejudice and no reference is had to when Special Deputy A. Lawson, of thu take charge of a millinery. whatever, as that it was clear love with a buxom widow and hia childhis mind r, G. L. of Kentucky will be present and Mit.A.snMiw- J. W. GitirriN, of ren became wrathy. One of tho boys no one doubts. , brotheiE-in-ladeoires to meet the members. A full at have teer. vifltinK their interviewed bis father upon the subject The Tattler. Tho bright and fascina- and this riled the old gentleman, who tendance Ib requwatud. A. A. Warrun, the Mesrs. Underwood. ting enclneor ol the Louisville Times' replied: "Well just let me say ray Mk Lewis K'mskll, who lus been very reporter. Bon, ,. See the nev Mohairs. Crepons, Mohair Broche, Tattler Column, Miss Elvira Sydnor Mil- I don't know that I am going to get mar yeaturday with bis wife reill, whs liere Box.Svitbk. On April l tho ler, with an excellent vocliat, has con Eastkh ceiving the congratulations of his friends. Turnersvllle Christian Endeavor will rwu, but if I should do so, it will not bo Mohair Storm Serges, Etc. In colored goods we sented to appear at Walton's Opera Bettled by a primary." Bt'llDkTT POWHLL, of UustOO ville, WS8 render a short EaMer program, to bwgin night, when a deMIbs Kate Smith, of St. Paul, baa Popular Goods at Popular Prices 25c and up. heieyisterday to meet bis sister, Miss promptly at 7 r M. Following this n House next Tuesday bo rendered. Mj lightful program will brought a peculiar suit. Sho was engag Bettle, wiio has hern visiting at Lancas- substantial box supper will be aervwd at , Stanton, the author of "The Moneylees New Persian Cloths, Serges, Mohair and Cecilian- ter. tho school house, from 8 to 10. The box- Man," will likely accompany the ladifB. ed to marry A. J. Hill, but aftor sho had and K G. es, containing luuch sufllcient for two, Mkbi)amkGo8 Hofmas.s purchased her troueseau, Mr. Hill laid Miss Miller is one of tho most charming down and died. Mirs Smith A new goods as pretty as silk, half the price and twice as wide, is Dick and Mlas Kva Buchanan, of Crab witli accompanying icei, will be sold for considered writers In tho State and among her pieces this "real mean" treatment and thinks called Mozambique. You should see it. New silks in Printed warp Orchard, were hrt chopping Wednes the small sum of '25c. hero will be a paper, on "Kentucky his estate ought to reimburse hor for the day. Persians at 75c to ,Si 25. No fancy Prices. for Some scoundrel, who onght to dangle Down to Date," written especially $300 outlay. The administrator thought Kbv. W.S Ghinbtbad, Mr. and Mrs. into th occasion. A big house ought to otherwise, however, nnd Mies Smith has B. Chancellor and Mrs. Katou went up at the end of a hempen line, broke school-houon tho groet her. brought suit to recover the sum. to London Tuesday to attend the holiness Prof. F. J. Duffy's hill Monday night nnd burned what A dispatch from London eayB that Bcncobd. It is not often that preachmooting. s, Cou W. 0. Whlcii went to Cincinnati books that were left in the desks. There ers are selected oa victims of the bunco-or- it has just come to light that Mr. CIihb Rt least If thoy ore they never squeal, M. Ilandall, a prominent young republiWednesday to inset friends of bin client, are those who think some of his pupils and try to arrango did the work, but surwly there are no but there is a good lookiuc fellow with can, and Miss Lou McKte, a handsome William ChestarQeld, boys around her man enough to do tine address who is working that class of young lady, were united in marriage the bail for him. Kentucky citizens. Some time ago a fel- 2 Hh of last October. For some reaeon G. G. Wis, John Meier, K. such a dastardly deed. Mrwiss Davison attended low who gave his nemo as Vandyke ap- the marriage was kept a secret, aud waa M. Nowlaud and It. Mn. J. M. Cam kh, deputy collector of Tent peared at Lebanon and gave it out that only discovered by one of Mr. Kandall'a the special review of thu Muecaboo internal revenue, was In this week and night. wanted to buy a farm. He examined frionds looking through tho records in at Danville Wednemiay being naked if it was true that he would he IIosi'iTAt. received Mrs. Joskpii PmcK several and after much show of business the county clerk's office, and accidentalbe a candidate for shenilof this county, bought one and had a lawyer look up the ly comiug across it. Lee, of Parksville, yesterday, and A P. replied: "I have never said that I would, Capt. L. B. Parsons, of the L. A N., BontMrs. Hny Brownlie, to her homo at though if the democracy thinks I can title and write the deed. During the Boveral weeks' etlort to find a suitable and Miss Pearl NowlHiid, daughter cf Hvinyatnn well un'l hearty. win, lam willing to mako the race, but I farm, BrerjVandyko attended Itev. T. A. tho late I N. Nowlaud, of Brodhead, Largest and Most Complete Stock Missus Mauv Pbhkins and M.try want the prty to be victorious next Middleaboro, who have been Bracken's Second Prcebyterian church went to Jellico, Wedtusday and had of of time ami will be in no man'o way, if it Is Mb hnilie Dudderar, have ond by bisSpioua demeanor ond engaging their deetiniiR united by Usv. Amis, ol visiting the belief that ho can make a better race manners won tho old pasiora confidence tho Methodist church. The captain-wahome, and yesterday Miso Sallie I can." to visit her brothers. than as woll as of several members of his flock. hero yesterday looking as happy as the went to ItUNAWAY. Mrs. Clnra Doty Traylor'o Aftor playing his gome tine he went to daye wre long. 11a is a steady, excellent Mns. HiHiitT Chaiimlu who bns been Ever brought to this Section. horse, hitrlifd a surrey, broke loose from Mr. Bracken witli the old story that he young man nnd is highly thought of by n.,tl.... l...r nimnln. Mr. Hllll MlH. J. W. his Ajams. nndMia. C. M.SHeuiingen, who the hitchirg pot ut Mrs. Ann Duddbrar's wanted 150 to pnv a freight bill till un- tho road, for which ho ia conductor on W. W. afternoon and running J500 draft could bo honored and the nthrough freight. Tho bride is juet of friends near Mc- -i Wedmedav .his been the gueat nt suspecting old Boldier of the cross plank- 20 and besides being very pretty, is thor- Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, fence near the K'nnf y. returned to Lebanon Juuction against the Stanford, Ky. imI, overturned tho vehicle, when ed down tho cash. Other members of oughly fitted to make a loving helpmoet. Howl ' voiturduy, . Tho his church wero takon in in tho same The happy couple are spending n few there who a general smash-up- . Mn. J. M IIoLTziLAwand family left was detached from it way and after securing llttO or more daya with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Parsons, Wednestiav for Patrblge, Kansas, to ro frightened animal ? H Vk J3 rJ E?? S5 years and malle no halt till he reached home. shook the dust of Lebanon from hia the parents of the groom. life of side. Ilia entire tho hope of iB another esse of misplaced It feet and atruck out with have been spent on Ills farm neur a horse that was thought too finding another as soft snap bs tho peo NEW AUVEKTlHKHKNTh. and dor.etiR of his friends came - liY gentle to runoff. pie of that sleepy little town. to tell him and family good-byMil. TllOMAB MlLLKnOwHLKY, wllO llHS Ouoiit to Lay Him Across ma Lai. Anotiier'.Store Broken Oi'kn. Tho DOi DRIB. temporarlally mounted the editorial tri A few days ago James Crutchfleld came itnnr to the clothini: room of Mr. W. 1. CARROLL IIA1LEY. Bowling Green, writes to ills to town and swore out a warrant for Tate's store-roopod at was prized open Tuesfriends bore that they must not think he breach of tho peaco against hie -day night and about 500 worth of clothIto Ed Miller, but at tho trial a compro- ing, boots, shoea and hota atolen. Tho has nbaudoucd the lav for he hna not Proprietors and has no intention of doing so. Clients mise was ellected. Ou returning homo invoicing hod just been completed Monare not vet fighting over who shall hove with his wife, and Crutchfleld and wife, day and tho stock turned over by Hughes l,lo anr..f.Q Ptlll ill the IllOftntillU) tlU iB the father-in-laclaims that Miller again A Tato to Mr. Tate, upon whom the And Funeral Director. STANFORD, KV. bis eparo ttmo pleasantly and acted disorderly and ho aworo out anoth- losa falls. Immediately upon discoveremploying nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horses handled under Smldle an J In Harness, Also carry a profitably. er writ against the young mau. Tho trial ing that thu store had boon robbed, Mr. and prepared tar tale. Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. roidstors and was aot for yesterday when tho cnao waa Clarence E. Tato telegraphed to L. Hall, tdalers bought nnd sold on commission Good Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e hall mile track and best stables in the country. 8 esdismissed, bocauBO of the failure to CITYAHDVIRINITY. atLaGrango, to como at once with his tablish the fact that ho had broken tho blood hound, but that gentleman stated Pkbcalka at Shanks'. peace. A peace warrant was then isauod in his answer that his dog had been killif ho at Shanks'. ond it will bo shown SwBArKRB , ed. Thon Mr. Tato wired Marshal Neighahn.ll be put under bond. Miller ia 19 bors, of Elizabethtown, to como immedUamhueos at Shanks'. and his wife is only 15 and thoy have iately with his famous dogs. Mr. Neigh As administrator of tho estate of Mrs Anno will soli at public auction at resbeen married lees ,than a veer. Nbw wall paper at Witiiets. bors thought tho accnt would 00 too out idence, 3W miles frjru Danville, on the her late A Danville - ' Stanford und Stanford pike, on For Sound Money. A reporter of this by tho time ho could roach See Danks' shirt waist sets. iW.lined to come. Tho door to tho cloth paper interviewed Mr. John bam Owsley, closed nil day Wed9, 1S96, Men's fancy'Hhirts at Shanks'. Jr., candidate for tho Congressional ing room waa kept and on his viowa upon tho cur- nesday ao aa to preflervo tho Bcent nomination, Mr. N. did not Her personal property consisting of black sadLkt Danks repair that jewelry. rency question and found him in full ac- Mr. Tato la worried that dle bred marc, two farm mares, t 3 brown give it a trial any way. The thieves evi Kliling, yparling hoisc mule, a mare mule colts, cord with tho National administration on CnurONa and mohairs at Shanka'. jearling tilly, hoise colt, a cows, a Jersey heifblood hounda ers, yearling bull, a steer calves. Farming Im9 it. He ia for the greatest ubo possible of dontly expected that nay Fishing tackle. Penny's Drug Store. silver that it can bo kopt at a parity with would be used to capture them for sev- plements consisting of mowing machine, plows, rake, larm wagon and harness, ' floor showed signa of harrows, Arc Also spring wagon, surrey and gold, but is opoaed to tho free coinage in eral onions on tho Danks'. Oi'HRA guprdn, every style, at ogainst some hard harness, and a good lot of Household and kitchen furniture. tho nbsonce of intornational agreement. having boon rubbed eeed oats for sale. J. H. Baugh- He has, however, no fight with tho free substance and thoy uo doubt put tlio At the same time and place the White they could Tho Farm of 70 Acres will bs Rented silver men and should the National con- odor on their ahoea bo that . man A Co. , t To the highest and best bidder for the remainder fit to doclaro in their favor not bo trailed. Thoso who have tried it ol the year. The farm is well Improved, most all DiiiHORpplea wanted ot UigglnaA; vention boo scent of man, iu grass and has comfortable dwelling and good and put up a free sihur candidate, be aay that oniona kill tho also splendid ' AtnKinnev. a dog to trail outhouses; wheita which thoorchard, l'hore about 8 acres ia renter will get. t would accept the, judgment of the ma- and that it ia oven hard for Terms. All sums of $10 and under casts in Seeds, Field Seeds, fcc.1 Nice iron beds with brass trimmings nt jority of the body oa the rule of action ono after he has beou eating them. hand; over that amount a credit ol 6 months entirely too bold here without interest. Negotiable notes payable in the J3 at Withers'. for tho whole and like a good democrat Thieves aro getting Citizens National Hank of Danville required of if the town doesn't put on a night purchaser. JAMES H. REYNOLDS, etakea. W. H. give both his cordial support, believing and IocubU S td Administrator. Foil SALB.-8- 50 watch or bo the citizens should do bo. ie greater than hia party that no man Wearen & Co. Lbathkh bolts, Roliil silver triinminRS. Dry Goods, Clothing;, Hats, Shoos, m m Jilry W. P. TATE, Stanford, Ky. w, M nVfPTMliWliS'iPSi m - WALL PAPGK ADD PAIOT$. DPIESESOIKIZrP'nriOILTiS Wed-nesda- -- . m 11 Opening up New Goods es 1 tin-du- Lan-aiste- - In Black they have fairly outdone themselves. se SEVERANCE & SON. 1 Roeking Chairs. One like this for only $2.75. Undertaker's Goods WITHERS, Ful-kcre- on, s toll-gat- e Van-dyk- 00-od- d Prearh-ersvill- contl-denco- e, in AKSH rlC e. m son-in-la- J. C. VLVCXmBXT- Training and Sale Stable First-clas- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer w s ' Public Sale and Renting 1 - i u, North em Seed Irish Potatoes.,: - Thursday, April 1 1 1 1 year-ol- d 1 1 1 1 1 1 Early Rose, Burbank, ' Peerless, Early Ohio. S-Gar- , HIGGINS & McKINNEY: . -' As - t' G - .. ., "r f . - r ; WMteiiiWfa-'m-f i nn t a 7 Jim num j. mmmmmmmmmmmmi xz ! Semi-Week- ly interiurJournp AT mbltebod Every Tuosdfty and Frldaj .jarWhm not o paid S2.50 will be charged.- - Tho Danville, Stanford and C. 0. Turnpike. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Stanford, Mnrch 25 Probably some of vour roiulors would like to know tho history of tho Danville, Stanford & Crab Orchard road, to I give you it four itoms taken from the minutes of tho Hoard from HAD TO LEAVE. WAYNESBURG. J. tatty. S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontist, The m 4 uiiimvi f I VERMIFUGE Cs - "Yos, sir, but you seo thi.s is u farm-icommnuity, nu when n mun gits a Well Improved and la an tx llfot HelghborhoaU government salary for luukiu weather I.aifd lie wrll Will etchiuH for a smaller err a cheaper puce in sI or any good county in tho for you, ho ortor make it right. It Malv or wonl I lake a clean it.i k of grMeles and knocks tho farmers out to say rain nu hardware la pan payment In soia lv town, or will sell for part cmh valance In fno yeos' time miss it bj six weeks. " or longer if desirvd. trluttlur partieulsrs call "So tho sigiml borvico buronu has a As Admlnistiator will sll at duUic auction oh or address, U. I). KK.VNKDY, at the homastead of my late 'otfrt. Mis V A hard timo here?" Hustoalll;, Ky. t im , iS miles from lli.tc.nille, on "aes, sir, nn its n pity, too, 'cog somo of tho fellors nir rostl nico men, 23Br. PSJTTlTSr, but they fcoon phty out, un oan't git nc of $20,000. One Cow and Calf, Household and Kllchan Fur credit at the stores ou account o' misin The ininutos give tho name and numtntutr. The l.aiKl, 5 acrn. will he otWml fur salv tho weather so constant, nn then they aad il not sold, will o rented to the highest bidouch) of each subber of shares (at S0 Absolutely Puro. always say they've been promoted nn gc der. It has a goel house on It, Is well wateivd aad in a good state f cultivation . scriber to the stock, there being oyor 100 wost. They do say that thoy's n regnhi All sumsufjio and isnder, cash; ver Terms A cream of tartar baking pow shares subscribed by 190 individuals, run- colony o' them there!" that amount a crrdltol 9) days oh note negotiaalocalIjatume. ble amlayablc at Kdrmers flank and Trust Co.. tfcr. Highest of all in leavening ning from 1 Jo 14 each. At this meeting of And then tho postmaster put on hi Stanford : : rtrength. Latest United State Thomas Helm was ordered to inform tho spectnclos and wont forward to a cusJ. K. UKKKN. seven foet A gray eajilo uieai'itrinR I will sell to tho Office on Main Street, Opposite the obtained upwards tomer who wanted 8 cents' worth ol from tip to tip was killed near Waco. At tho Mine lime and dacc Governor that ho had Government Food Report. highest Wdder on tin same terms my paisoaal uotopapor. Atlanta Constitution. Marts, el piopurt,, ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00. of $20,030 of subscriptions of stock to mid Jones died at Jamestown old Coll. COailttlHg Mul-- ,goodCow, fall,c good Klmer yrurring road and to request him to subscribe btock 100 Wall Street, Now York. THE BODY AND THE MIND, from the etlecls of an overdose of mor- j horse Wagon, tact ol Wagon Harness, sm1 Mewing baireUol in (.aid road to tho amount of Jl'0,000 on ia.t.ul phine taken to help him wind up a Timothy Machine, rl15 of iluKey Coin, Hay, II.ibhm, Sows tho C.rrnt Value of l behalf of the Stato, pursuant to the net Dr. I'arkhur.t ouDevelopment. and I'igs, 1 owl Sows, i I.Uik llerkshiro Hoar, spree. and a lot of Farming lmpleieli passed by tho General Assembly at the K S GilKKN Tho who favor saloons at Junction In his article on "The Bent Thing In approved February 22, tho World," Rev. Charl.s H. last session and , City, will iuetttuto suit against the coun STANFORD, KV. 1831. D. D., in The LadieV HouieJuir- - ty juile of Uoyle, in the circnit court, to Having bought of P W. Urrtti his LIvrir SPRINC, I89G. Call on and adJ.d new buggt. aad bono, we ate On tho 10th of January, 1SS3, the mil, disrumeu with forepfnl e'tiph.isi compel bun to grant a writ of election. prepartsl to furnish Mrs. L. A. Brady, Blue-Gras- s of James T. .Morohead, Kstt , pbysicul development, and lends point Uo-t- y Allen Ballew for stabbing Willis Miss Mollie Ware. FIRST-CLAS- S acting govornor of Kentucky, for $ 20,000 to his argument by bciutillnting epiTUHNOUTS to death last January, was arquitted Kootns over M. D. Elmore's stoic, Stanford, Ky. All km Is n Fruit ini Ornameaial Trees, same orderod to be grams, fouie of which uro here givon : was produced and the Biillow had been divorced hrubi. Maiall Fruits, Asparagus, 11 rape Vines, On short notice. The traveling public will tiod "Asceticism and debauchery are com- at Lancaster. us always ready and willing to furnish transciibod on the minutes and proceed t and ftt. No agtul. H jV t : J.- : Wagoas, either ttngU or douMs, or Carnpanion branches sprang from ono stalk. from bis wife, Doty married her and was Mraw' erry aad gencrs) d'e ,.Mal on tpplli'stioa ings of this Board. Ihon the minutes g ages of a I kiUdt at very LOW I'RICLS. The 11. K IIULKNMhKK. to "Fidelity to physical conditions is abusing IJallew'8 daughter when the boys in aad aroun.l town will also And us the peoTelephone ?,. l.eiinion, Ky give in full the document, which was tho lint thing for a man to think of ple to deal with Stop wltAus whesiiN town at occurred. Ballew is 01. courts .ad rfltmmmeiita aad yuur horse an.d vettone on iiie.suin envoi iveceiiiuvr, 1001. of who lias any ambition to be a pergonal Tho Sftyinp ssya that the auentH hicle wiJ be well car.U for. HU3T0NVILLE, KENTUCKY. At the same meeting Thomas Holm was success, and not only tho first thing for tho 'bus lints between Harroilsburg TEMPLE OF FASHION. O.K. COOPKR S; Myers House Stable, Maoford, Ky o the people ot West Lin directed to employ a skillful engineer to him to think of, bnt tho thing for him and Burcin furnish the cigarette dudes Olivia his services cU and Casey Counties. Full stock of Comm survey and locate the road at the earliest to seriously continue thinking of. suul Caskets always on hand. with the little coflin "Thoa'o various anomalies of iutollect of the former place Afirrthe 14th I will ojn one of the Larest D. S. Carpenter, Manager. 95 period possible and was directed to nails bought at Burin. Tho divinely and llest btoiksof ."S classed under tho goncral term of into Frankfort and procure, if practigood town of Harrodsburg of course does ab! Hrmerabt we are the exclusive agecti for the charter em sanity have their grounds in somo cable, an amendment to the celebrated normal condition of tho physical organ- not fell the nasty things. French l'ttterns and Ker brought to this Board of Internal Improvepowering the ism. in fact it will embrace all th novelties f tho Falls Branch Jellico Goal, Miss Moore will arrive oh the ;th, in plenty ment to increase the capital stock in said "Climb high as wo liko our laddor time lor Kier. Wait and see my stock sxloro Abo that it m III U to the interest of everybody Company and to procure the passage of will still rcquiro to rest on tho grouud, you buy. Also Dim Making in the rear ol my to call and ate our clean Dsmesilr Nut Coal. store. SalMfaition Cuarant.wd and it is probable that tho keenest inan act amending the charter incorporaPrices the very lowest. We pay tho eath at the M. I) I)UIl)t.UAIt. KfjJrtellectual intuition, and tho most deli- mines, therefore are able to sell at the lowest Keep you eye on tho Page Fence. See Huff ting the Boards of Internal Improvements KATK DCDUsCKAU, Manager. price. Coae slid see us L. Dawson. J. H. Dnght, R. Cobb, Dudderar.J. cato throb of passion would, if annlysis of the counties of Anderson, Mercer, Good Coal makes red ashoa , no cinders. avu Carter. 0. Cbancell' r and others who hive uscould bo carried ho far, bo discovered to Falls Ilranch 11 els. Falls lltanch Nut iicj InG. A. PEYTON. Stanf. rd. Ky. ed It. and Lincoln, so as to leave i' Franklin dian Mountain Jellico Nut 11 cts. j N.rlh Jellioo for Lincoln County. Agent have its connection with tho rather maW.3ra Lump ii. These prii.es are fcr Cual delivered discretionary with the Board to locate the terial affair that wo know as tho body. lor coal at our h.usu charges are one rent lets. . CALL ON turnpike road on such line as will pass or "It is an interesting fact that all of NOEL X fcON. not pass Walnut Flat, as the Board may those to whom Christ mado his revoluKontucky. think proper. The width of right of was tions wero out of door men men thereCo mado at least 43 feet and not exceeding fore presumably whoso nnatomy and STANFORD, KY., work In every particuGuaranters physiology wero not of n kind to interlar. I'riccs reasonable. Has bad 13 years' expeCO feet wide.- - John S. Williams was emrocket Key Checks by Mail for only is Cents. OF STANFORD. KY rience. 91 jra Fr Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of ployed as engineer on the 23d of Februa- fere confusingly or becloudiugly with r.U kinds, Badges, Do; License Checks. Key Is now fully.organiicd and ready far business with thoir npprohcnsiou of tho lealities tenry, 1S35. Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping no Metal and J W. COOK J. W. McGI.SNIS r pairing. Shop over M. D. Elmom's store, The road bcgan'Ttlien at the Mercer dered to them. In charge paiul shop. In charge triian.lng shop. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. S6 "Temperament is almost ns important Stanford, Ky. county line about one mile from the com t a factor in opinion ns is the mind itself, 8urplus, . 20,000. THOMAS Y. house in Danville and extended to nnd toinporiuueiH is nn affair of tho SUCCKSSOK toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL Hansford's in Crab Orchard, a dis- body. ' ' HANK OK STANFORD, DANVILI.K, KV., tance of 21 miles 2.) poles, tho total cost Now closing up) with the same aiista and undai Thk Great Show Stam.iox, Proprietor, Wars of tlio Moose. j, F. BARKER, Builder and Dealer in All Kinds the same management, of same being S11S.200. Capital stock Hy provinons of lo chatter, depositots are ai Ambrose seemed to known groat deal - of Carriages. fully praiocied as aio depositors in Nations) paid in January 0. 1S40, when first divi- abonfmooso, aftor nil. Ho told the boys Winner of S500 stake nt Lexington, Uanks, d ne Kepai'ing Specialty. dend was made of 71 cents 8 mills per how, back from tho narrow vnlley and won second money in jftOO htako at Ver- ed 10 giP a sstiilaction. Work work atrt! warrant- liaole to its shareholders bmg held individually Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. the eatcol ot the amount of thsir slock Alt done when therein at the par value thereol, lo addition to the share was $105,000 or 2,100 shnros. tho' swift, winding Ft roam, tho country sailles, winner of the aged premium and proujiicd. All accounts due when work Is de- amount invested in such shares. It may act as livered. Vour patronage solicited. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large jO was all a wilderness, hillides clad sweepstake at Paris, also winder of other John Bright. eaccutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Ci mmodlout HamDlo Rooms. a. an individual. Hails snd ofru-- connected by Electric Bells. with birches, maples and overgreuus, premium in 1S0H, since which time he To thoie who entrusted their bulaiucis lo us 47 fvitdpt and polite service to guests. nnd resting at their feet little lakes, so while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank jl WILIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. lias been in the stml. Stanlord, we we hcic teadcrour many thanks and nnmerotw that no man kuew how many trust they will conUnue to transact their business STANFORD Katrle Hird is a bonutiful brown, with ua us, oufiing s a guarantee lor prompt attenMessrs. R. S. Crawford and K. D. tliero were. Often, where thefo lnkos 1 i Itni.tlo .tun L.iinll o.ni, tion to saw., our twenty yearn' eipcrtooce is . ft .,,. 1. 1..7, liad n. ' fiviir Law,) Attornoy j.j. Perkino have been in Corbin eeveial wero phollow, the yollow pond lily fit,,.., cl.r basking andas liberal ace.ouiuodatioui as arc con: COLLEGE. FEMALE llowing mane and a heavy tail. with its oval leaves crowded the sistent wilb sound banking. - days on leal business. At other seasons tho tender bark of Eagle Bird was sired by King Itaglo, STANFORD. KY. Our boys are begiilniug to get ready dikictous: Office an Lancaster Street, opposite Ihs Court mountain anlics mid moosewoods are the J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; 10 blue ties. for tho base ball season, but the weather favorito food of the mooco, but now winner tif more than House Collections receive especial attention. S . H. Shanks, Stanfoid; WILLIAM SHELTON, President. 1st dam by Star Eagle, buit mii of Cab- has been too bad for much practice. J.S, Owsley, Stanford; thero is nothing ho likes so well as tho NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. S J, Etubry, Stanford; and Mrs. A. J. long tubular roots of the lily. In tho very bell's Lexington. Tho ltttle son of Mr. Mtsa Imina L. Mar'ln, Pesidirg Teacher in the 2d dam by Hnmlot Duutnark, son of J. II Owsley, Stanlord; died last week of Icil.unination early mornings, and in tho evenings, Meadows Study Hall; J.'.V Casb, Stanford, Washington Denmark. ot jhe Music De- of the bowels. He was only sick about about the time of the linrveat moon Mtf Mary Cowen, Principil William Gooch,. Stanford; Tho above fine black Ick with gray points ill Sid dam by Harris' Duumark, hon of partment; tho full moon nearest hol21 ept. a threo days. make the season of i&i at my place, ine old ller- A. W. Carpenter, .MllleJgoviIU, low sound, not unlike tho sonnd of dis- Miller's Donmatk. vcy iiclm iarm,o tnc anil .'neioy ,ny Mil Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Departo W.'H. Cummins, Preachers ilia Gen. John B. Gordon closes tho pike, at ments of Art and Elocution. tant chopping, may bo hoard. It is tho of lSl'G Kagle Kiril will make tho S, H.'Shanks, President, course at the court house Saturday to their Or.rj.'ll. OwsJey.'Cashi.r, Kext Session will Begin Wednes- night with his famous lecture, "The LaBt sound of moose calling of ilerco nrttos at his stable '2 mile' Wost of Stanford on $7 to Iusuro a Oolt 4 Months Old. or the angry challenge W M. Ililght, Teller. rivu.. the Shelby City pike at the e.xtretuoly low John K. is , years old, is hands high and Is a day, January 22. Days of tho Confederacy." stilendla individual. Don't brctil till you see him. It is this bound which tho hunter price of Ho was foaled and raised by J K Ilaughman, of Hon. II. W. J. Ham, of Georgia, to attract the moco. But tluro Vtt terms, &c, send for Circular or call at the llustonville. He has proven mmssl! to lie a splenCollege NATIONAL BANK his lecturo on the "Georgia uro only a few places where the niooeo TEN DOLLAilSTO INSURE A LIVING COLT did breeder of large colts, aa several of his get nt Mr. llsughmsn's will show. Mures kept at reaCracker" at the court house Fricay night will answer, hhnllow spots in certain Care taken to prevent accidents, rates. OF STANFORD, KY. U. Bauciiman. J. W. llACGIIMAlt. to a large and appreciative audience. Honey or cash note will be ro(tiircd sonable rueponsiblo should any occur, woll known lakes, and it is said to bo but not KKED P. BISHOP, Stanford, Ky. i nourly Uholoss to call anywhero olse. when a living colt is obtained. Rev. Olirjger Is at home from an exCapital Stock SIOO.OOO Tappuu Adney in St. 'NicJiolaB. Eagle Bird fs ono of the. greatest show tended trip in the North. Mr. W. F. ...- Surplus horses in Kentucky, ns his record in 181)15 rROPKIKTOHSGragg, who has been living in Ccrbtn Woll routed. THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Attention or the public ia invited to the far will attest. As a breeder of line, good Somo foreigners who appeared before forBome time, has returned to this piaca. that this is tho only Natioual Hank in StanforJ he is unsurUnder the provisions of tho National Bauk The recent tides in the river brought a jndgo in Muy'a Landing, 11. .7., the colored, high styled colts are secured not only by the ttock, but bv the stockholders1 liability eanlta! in more logs than we have had at ono other day to bo ntttnrfilissed as American passed. lor aa Mares from a distance will be furnished Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu- amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol citizens showed tho densest iguorat.ee. - - Kentucky. time for several years and our mills will To the (mention, "Who is tho president grass after May 1 at SI 50 per month and al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich . can this institution are secured by a fund of J400.000. rive sworn slaterat-ntof tho condition of the bank write you all the mosi favorable plans ot Insur have employment for several months for of Central ara made yearto the United States?" a Russian an- must be paid nt the removal of the marcs. ance. He a.so represents the old reliabloaod will ment and eachassets the United States governits Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., are examined at staled limes several hundred men. swered, "The czar of Russia," nud IJ.OU need livery rive us a call. Nothing out Care will bo taken to prevent accidents be glad tohavu a liberal share of your patronage. by government agents, thus securing addititoaa SrrvcUis turnout will Itave our stable. See u? City was his answer to tho ques- and escapes, but will not be responsible Wlil be teady to conlrr nil the f avora that can bo and perfect safety in depositors. This Institution, originally established as the Edward Hopkins, aged 10o, is dead tion, "What is tho capital of tho United given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advancel9t?rat. In our ments made on consignments, both in i ho ware- Deoositllankof Stanford In i838, then reRome, N. Y. at will be al Kuufoid nvery ued aa the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S63. and house and country. States?" An Italian who has been in should any occur Parting with or BLACKSMITH SHOP. court day. Patties wanting hogsheads, pnzos or again the Kirst National Bank ol Wesley and Will Whittaker, who this country for more than ten years de- moval of mares forfeits the insurance. money should address mo at Paint Lick, Ky. Stanford in ibSa, has had practically an uninterjrante4 first class work and sallsfactor were implicated in the B. P. WOODS. rupted eiistenceof p yenrs. It is Letter supplied clared that George Washington was tho Prompt attention guaranteed. 69 6m Ty our bo" shoer. now with lacllitles for transacting business prompt fued in Perry county and sent up for president of the United State, nud that ly and liberally thaa ever before In its long BEST IN QUALITY. life, MOST IN QUANTITY. honorable career. Accounta of corporaUonsVflda-led"- d of the bo mado macaroni have been pardoned out Individuals respectfully sollc- Frankfort penitentiary by Gov. Bradlny. Hurled Hatchets. OFHUSTONVILLE. Tha Directory of this Bank 11 composed 01 The gov They had Berved four years. In roportiug n meeting in somo of tho Will carry a full line ot genuine Oliver Chilled Forcstua Uoid, Lincoln ernor is getting a little too handy with churches, tho preacher tnid that "several Furniture Stained and Varnished Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for ihe S.T. Harris, Lincoln; county; Gale and other leading tarming Implements. The ; bis pardons. at the J. II. C0II101, Lincoln; w hatchets wero buried, handles and all." Machines, Waltsr A. Wood Mower and ' Cultivators of the belt quality, best Uuggie for J. W. Hayden, Stanford; W. T. Jones, while on a jury in a Wo liko that. Tho rronble is too ofton the money, Phaetoni, burroys and Carnages of S. II. Baughman.i Lincoln; WHITE'S CREAM against the L. & N., that in burying hatchots tho handles aro VERY caee at Louisville the richest qualities and fanciest and latest atyles. J. S. Hocks r, Stanford; Louisville Western Leave Orders at Penny's Drug The best grade of light buggy harness and Ihe Bald that he had worked for the company loft within .each. its creation. It nitpunrs that on the 22d of February Train eave Stanford at 7.10 a m., returning 1831, thore was approved in tho legislat 4:30 p. m. ture of Kentucky an act to provide for L.&M. LOCAL TIME CARD. the improvement of tho vond from Frank11 37pm North..., . lin county to Crab Orchard in Lincoln, goinc ,. 3 is a n IP-county. We find while tho 1)111 vrns point " South .r ..1 a 04 p co . 1 15 p 10 ing in tho Legislature that John llronth-it- t afcfcaj, was govornor. who died on the 21st QUEEN & CRESCENT. day of February, 1SS1, and James T Trains pais Junction City as follows of office Feb 22, Kb. t South .....11 37 m No 1 North .3 56 p m Morohond took tho oath s.oea in " 4 " " 3 .1.46 p c 1S8I, the very day tho bill was approved. " j " .VIS A tf, nn pmm " 6 " 8 40 600 a tr a " The minutes do no show it, but we can "10 Horn. Nos. t and 6 and 9 and to run no fur- - safely infer that thoro was a mass meetssot than Junction City, nor on Sunday. ing of tho enterprising citizons of Lincoln, when there was appointed John Orcon. llobcrt Logan, Win, Farri, Win Whitloy, Thomas Helm and Win. Craig as Directors of the Board of Intornal Improvements of Bald county; whereupon Thomas Helm was appointed secretary of tho Board and books wore forthwith opened for subscriptions to tho stock of said road under the superiutojulency of H Thomas Helm. Then followod the form iK-Vilof obligation of subscription and the &2UB?wf manner of payment. At a meeting of the Board held'Dec. 20, 1S31, Thomas Holm informed the Boanl that ho had obtained subscriptions for stock in tho road amounting to upwards K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Clork Win Not Appreciated In milvlllc. A Btraiiger in Billvillo wnlkod into tho postoilico nnd risked to bo directed to the signal sorvico ninii. "Ho ain't lioro no more" snid tho postnwstor. Wc-atlio-r 1 "No. You 8Co, they don't stay long; thoy emigrate." "Einigr;tto?" "Yen, sir. Yon boo, it'a this way. Wo had ono hero six yours ngo, an every tiino lio'd prophesy cold it wonld come bo hot yon couldn't stand n linen tlunter, nn when he'd hang out tho htorni ling tho wonthor'd come us mild as mutton, nu when ho enid rnili it would oomo to dry you could honr tho gronnd crack, nn ho got to bo looked on ns sich a liar that tho parson took htm for n text nn said boll wnz his portion, an it worried him so that ho took to drink an givo it out that ho'd been promoted, an went to tho Pacific slopo. In fact, " continued r tho postmaster, "thoy nil goos there, thoy'vo failed in business." "All of them?" , "Yos.sir except them that wo don't nft-o- "Isn't hero?" . AK in m Vj S'; &!& lyuoh." "Why, that's protty bad 1" n POWO Bro. W. It. Davidson left for home Monday. He had been stopping with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Padgett during tho meeting. Mrs. Hunley Skeleton, who has been aick with grippe, Is improving slowly. Mrs. G. A. Singleton, wo aro glad to aay, is convalescent. A Mr. Wheeler, of Ohio, baa bought the farm known as tho Banso Gooch farm and has moved to it. Mr. Clark Reynolds is still poorly with rheumatism. Wo don't believe in snake tales, but Charley Singleton soya he has killed five of them already this season; that is tho enokce tuot tho tales! and can produce substantial evidence to prove it. Thero was no praver meeting last Fr'dav night, being postponed to givo the people a chance to hear another of Bro. Ulackburn's interesting diHCOiirses. Ho closed his meeting here Sunday night and is conducting ono no- at Kubanke. Wm were mistak en about Mr. O C. Goocb'B looking at the Indies and cU8-Io- k but eyes to be sore. Wo learned that after they had been very b.ul for several davG3r.il ho hd tried nil the lemedies ol his drug Btoro without eilect, ho went to Bee his best girl and took a loving, long-inlook nt her and his eyea commenced improve at once. to Deputy Sherifl M. G. Reynolds bn Tuesday Hirested Wm. Hart, charged with failing to work county road aid took him before Squire A. (4. Faulkner, until the county who continued the bo established, which should b line can o ne'.to settle this as well aa other matters and we think the county court would do well to order it surveyed. - Is a catidlitiie lor Ccng'ess in this, the Eighth District, itibjcU to the act on of the Democratic JOE WATERSmiles on Hanging Fork, four Irom Stanford, at OfTica over McKobrtts' Drup Store in the Owsley Ituildlns. ONE DuI.I.AK. Monev due when wrvlcea taro mulcted. II, A. I'ieasants, Stanford, Ky, ll$$Si A-- Stanford, Ky. TO TURNPIKE ELECTION. Crab OrchThosieclhoWlers of the Danville ard Tike are rciustrtl to met at the First Hank In Stanford on Saturday, April 4 ityt, far thopnrpwieof eleelmjj directors fe--r the ssMMiar year JACK IKHLKV, I'rtldtutt S td TH3 IAX)IS3S MI8SMCCIE I Net coftts ol the latest styles just reeeived. Call In and see the lartist and best asvaitd Una ever brought to tHaukml. 1'rtccs its kw as the lowest. Elegant line Linena and Embroidery Material. Stimftrd, Ky HKAZI.M.V, PUBLIC SALE. I THE London. sirsd. U)i RILEY V. D. HOUSE der at my place will sell at puMic auuiaii to the highest iitvir llusioiiville, on The following properly bid- nir.BY. Proprietor, - - - Honttioky. Wednesday, April r, 1836 3 1 have saeved lo say new Hotel a4 urn hattsi ever to 8reparsl thanJitlachwl sccoratuodat. the public and every eunvenieoo dt Brood Marcs, 5 Broko Mules, g, n m a call. KUANK KILtV. OncOeldlnsT, .1 s t T(r-litioo Hariri of Puked Cam, nd all of my Farming Implements. Terms. bums ol $111 and uodvr cash, ovr that mnoiint a credit ol yi days with interest on note nrgotlalito and pajablc st the HwuuuMlle Naltoa-alllaiik Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchango. Con is removed. Oh Tftms mutt be compiled with bfora property tains pik two mites Kast ol Huitonvilic. KM YOWKI.I.. a llustentilh', K. 140 Acres of Fine Laud, SaleofLand,Stock,Crop 1 Oie-en- co Tuesday, Mar. 31,' 9S W. B. Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Post-Ofb- c 1 1 1 1 1 Dress Making, Pliys-lea- 1 GEO. B. COOPER, Proprut-.rSuf.....- 111 Satisfaction Guaranteed. Uvcry and Feed Stable, Park-hurst- tmi-itH- .1. Nurseries. c" nn-ite- T. SUTTOST. Drum-mr- s' kill-iu- UNDERTAKER, 1 pro-co- ed Coal, Coal, Coal. ailULINEKY aa-so- - v--T- -sea Rrlcklavcr oSrStoncctiltcr Stanford, First-Class F. G. BRADY, Farmers BanMTrnst gen-ar- al SAUCER HOUSE, EAGLE BIRD. SHAW, Somerset, e Kentucky. w. s. btjuch:, 7..-...- hnr-fac- e. Stanford, at Kentucky. . JOHN K. 1 Ire-tur- so.-ifo- iinl-tate- FIRST .S.&J.W.Baughman, -- 23,700 UYSRY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, . M. W. JOHTSOIT, a At-lanti- p 1 French-Everso- le t" wn 1IIIU II Painting and Papering. 0' LOWEST PRICES. V Mass Si ? ?EVHY MTTLE MOia Vfi? FOR 20 YEARS lad all WORM Romodlofl. lUARANTEEO. .M BRUGOISTM. Bsf Trtptrti lr I.DIII.'VK in., fi. ton KlCUiBDHOS ... lCCOlUer. Store. ami ''fliuw iCAra a But rtt tifunts rnlilidfa-- " On hearing of it Judge Touey fined the A Chaugo'l .Man, Vixcent Geek, Stanford. 5 offending juror $10 and ordered his name Brown Is yonug Smith as groat a UTTM7Q I will take all the hides I can get stricken from the jury list, denouncing spendthrift as over? for cash or In trade tor Jonos By 110 meaiis. His mouoy is court L&O. Stanlord oral my home leather on bis conduct as disgraceful and saying he in Otten-heldays at Chas. Ennslin, Tanner. gone. Brooklyn Life. unfit to serve on a jury. wis rll cheaper grades. Collars, hames, bridles for farm purponcs, breeching and s'rap work of all kind. Furniture of all descriptions. Irunks, bags, traveling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove and stove fixtures, ftc, all ot which hu incites your attention and Inspection and promise to deal justly and act honorably with you In all transactions. D. S. CARPENTER, 80 tf Huslonvllle, Ky. J. W. A.Trlbble.Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M.J. Miller. Mt. Vcrnnn.tr. S. Hocker, President; Jno. , McRolxrts, Cashier; .WcKtnney, Asit. Caihlsr. . '" - . . - r - it .t a