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Cormlnuy, a popular merchant A landslide at Valley View stopped High waters have done great damage of thin city, was married at the Ollchor tralllc on tho II. N. I. fc H. railroad. In this county. (Tolhe IMltorcfThu I.NTLiuou.loritVAt.. House, Danville, ii Wednesday at 4::i0 An unknown Negro was run over and There nre 1(1 candidates for the office Much has boon justly mild uhout tho l. M. t Miss Lulu May Allen, of your killed In a tunnel just beyond Somer- of assessor, seeking tho nomination of too frco uso of tho pardoning power by city. Kov. F. M. Hill, of this plauo, of- - set. j the republican party. tlio hiat four governors of Kontucky;, iin.tm. of Corbin win submerged Elder Farra preached at tho Chrisand tho mob spirit engendered thereby,! Tho e(inlInuoiw , by tho flood. The datuugu Is estimated cuum, , tian cliuVch Sunday. Rev. L. M. .... -" unit w.o iiunucm... dttIIHW0 alon tho water courses In thin at $2.',,000. Scruggs preached at Livingston. " Hiuiinir irom suen auuse. i county. Considerable fencing W. P. Fox, of Barbourville, was was Tho Aid that such nbtiHO him boon a perfect Pan- - washed away, and nix IJIvor crept up stricken witli paralysis and died in a M. PoynterSociety met with Mrs. W. Thursday. dora'srlwx out of which Innumerable so far us to wash tip several shoekH of few hours. J. W. Baker A; Son have divided evils havu flown and scattered them- hemp belonging to W. K. Cook. Horn Patterson and his wife were their large stock, placing a part at the selves like Canadian thistles all ovor David Ilossand Henry Patterson are swept away by a raging creek in Mer- old stand near the church. tho land. Tho pardoning powor wart on the sick list. W. O. Rignoy was cer and were rescued with difficulty. A party consisting of Mrs. Cleo lncorjorutod Into tlio United States summoned on Wednesday to tho bed"Greasy Front," tenement house In Brown, Misses May Miller and Lena and Stato constitutions for huinanoaiul side of his father, Maj. F. I). Hlgney, Mlddlesboro, was blown down and Mrs. McClureandR. G. Williams attended! laudable purjiosos; not for thu pui'iosu who li quite ill at his homo in Casey Jackson aud a child named Johnson tlio entertainment at Livingston. of turning hxso urnm society blood- - county. Capt. La n dram has returned were fatally injured. Mrs. James Maret has been quite sick Htalned murderers and lawless, Incor- home after a pleasant and successful Georgo Spelgel, of Nicholasville, has with the grip. Misses Maytie Weber rigible criminals, and oven tho unedu- trip to Washington and Now York been mysteriously missing since tho and Miss Lucile Joplin have been quite cated portion of mankind seem to Cities. th, when ho left his wife saying ho ill. Mrs. J. W. Xesbltt is recovering know thlshonco tho mob violence so Tlio faculty aud pupils of Garrard was going to a neighbor's. from a severe illness. Well-Dressoften reported to, when justice has been Graded School acquitted themselves In Man and Like to Show Them oil' to a P. W. Groon has sold his Turf SaA largo party attended the Federal A thwarted or is about to be defrauded of a highly creditable manner on Monday loon at Lexington to S. F. Hrltton, of court from this nlaco Good Advantage. The Handsomest Line of last week. 'I!nher just right. by giving an appropriate entertain- Harrodsburg. Prohibition is driving ele Sam" tries to protect us from law- -' both under tho ment, celebrating tho Tho pardoning jKiwcr, anniversary of the saloonlsts out of the capital of Mer- lessuoss but with little avail. English constitution and our own, was tho birth of Washington. Dialogues, cer. Miss Currio Lair is visltinir friends Intended to be wisely, sparingly and recitations, speeches and Hags were the D. J. Curry, of Harrodsburg, won tho at Livingston. Littlo Miss Rosalind prudently exercised, to relievo against means by which they expressed pure primary oratorical contest at Centre Pike, of uncle,1 Pino Hill, hardship. It sometimes happens, and unadulterated patriotism a pa- Collego and Robert G. Gordon, of Mr. Josh Boreing, visited her this week. Mrs. j though seldom, that a man charged triotism without a hope of deriving any Louisville, the oratorical honors at Martha Grilfin is making large sales of Ever Seen. Xobbicst and Latest Line Shirts with a crime comes within tho letter, revenue, and such as is seldom mani- Central University. furniture. not the spirit of the law and is con- fested in these days of political corrupbut Tho frame dwelling at Danville ocTho people all seem to think that ' victed when jKjrhaps ho should not tion. cupied by T. F. Clark, and owned by Gov. Bradley's visit to Canton was sole- -' have been, oriorhaps he was convicted Owing to the rain and high water a Mrs. Ed Flalg, wus burned. Loss ly to adjust tho Senatorial matter. Wo ujM)n jHsrjurod testimony, or through small crowd was in town Monday (couninsurance $S0(). Thu flro is sup- predict a more importunt result of said some error, or mistake discovered after ty court), and but llttlo business was posed to have originated in a defective visit und expect to see our handsome conviction. In all such cases the par- transacted. Auctioneer Rico Jlengo lluo. governor in the next Cabinet. doning jMjwer should Imj Interred by sold six shoats, weighing about GO Thomas Dillingham, a Negro convict Tlio Salmagundi Club met with executive ulomuney. Hut when you at- K)tinds, for $10: cattle atlije; plug hors- sent up f"' Ufu for murdur from Madi- J. W. Neshitt Friday evening. Mrs. Attend the courts for three decades you es to .'!'; a lot of shingles at Jl.lU son, escajied from the penitentiary. Ho tendance was good and exercises unuswill find that petit juries are far too to $1.10 per thousand. Capt. T. W. was a ''trusty" and it Is supposed that ually interesting. Dr. E. J. Brown lenient and acquit many a guilty wretch Hottom rcportH about J00 cattle on tho ho secured citizens' clothes and fooled read the pajior, replete with orignal that ought to have been hung, or sent market. He sold .'15 rough Tennessee tiie guards. wltlcisms, Mrs. Scruggs and R. G. him to crowd the penitentiary until cattle at .'1. ; work cattle at '21 to :i Jc: Beyond Comparison Are Our Mrs. Mitchell Taylor died at her Williams recited poems, Miss Ida May governor thinks he dry cows -- c; horses from $17 to $10, homo near Middleburg Tuesday of some Adams read a selection from the knows more alwut tho case than' the aud hogs in demand at He. measles, which finally terminated in Miss Berda Martin read an circuit judge and jury that tried the One of the saddest events in the his- pneumonia. She is the fourth victim original essay and Messrs. Williams convict and turns him loose upon socie- tory of this county occurred last Mon- of that epidemic in that immediate sec- and Scroggs participated in a thrilling ty to slay some other good citizen. 'TIs day at 10::i() a. M., when William H. tion during the last month. Resides debate. After voting on the admission so seldom, that you may call it nover, Arnold, aged 10 years, was instantly her husband live or six young children of new members,' refreshments were that an Innocent man Is convicted, killed by lightning while riding over survive her. served and the society adjourned to Both in Style and Priet Children's Suits finer and better while thousands of guilty go untried, his father's farm looking for sheep, a Sheriff Wm. Cooper, who was remov- meet the third Friday in March. than ever. unconvicted, unpunished. short notice of which you had Tuesday. ed from office by Judge Catron, of Pu And then men wonder at the preval- His horse aud his faithful dog were laski, for alleged insufficiency of bond, MATRIMONIAL. ence and Increase of crime. Muck-ston- e also killed, and they were found only a publishes a card in the Paragon, in severity but Jhe few feet apart. The boy's orson was says It Is not the At Whitcsburg, Letcher county, two which ho says that Catron was instigacertainty of punishment that prevents not bruised, but his clothes wor torn ted by unfriendliness and not for the girls, aged Y2 and 15, were married tho (? CY crimes. Hut I desire to say this much to shreds. Funeral services were con- public good and adds that tiie courts will same day. for Gov. Hradley, ho has not pardoned ducted at tho residence of his father at fully investigate tho matter. Mr. Crockett Perkins and Miss Ella J. L. FBOHMAN & CO., DANVILLE, Kentucky half as many convicts u the great 2::) l M., Tuesday, by Rev. F. M. Hill, Senator Ed Parker paid in$4,41..r.O Belle Denham were married in WilLuke P. Hlackburn, not and many friends and relatives witness- to the United Suites treasury in full liamsburg. half so many as tho great Simon Holl-va- r ed the interment. His father, II. C. satisfaction of a $12,000judgment Frank Farmer, aged 87, was married Huckner, not half so many as his Arnold, Jr., is a farmer and trader aud against W. H. Jackson and C'13. Tunes, at Albany, this State, to Miss Sarah immediate predecessor John Young belongs toone of the largest aud most of London, for failure of mail contract. Young, just 21. Hrowu l Hut they all imrdon too many. Influential families in tho county. Conrad Ackeret, aged S4 years, marThe Senator is in Washington and says No convict should Imj pardoned unless It is high time to pass a law extend- that ho will resign hts position on tho ried Mrs. Kathcrino Schafer, aged 54, it be ascertained that ho Is Innocent, or ing the terms of offices, even if it be board of equalization In a few days on at Seymour, Ind. has such strong mitigating circumstan- for llfo or good behavior, in order to account of press of business. John Roche, son of the editor of the ces in his case that had they been give the country a rest from tlio evil Boston Pilot, shot himself to death beknown to the trial jury ho would never Influences brought about by demacause his sweetheart sent him word I. RELIGIOUS. We are now Sole Agents for the celebrated Falls Branch Coal and have been convicted, or If he should he gogues and tricksters In elections. We that she did not love him. i can furnish any other coal desired. Will from consumption have just passed through a heated camin such extremity Rev. Hronston Ray will preach at Miss Kate, tho pretty daughter of &?; he would be sure to dio when he paign, of a year's duration, and anoth- tho Baptist church Sundayj morning Mrs. Mary P. Jones, of tho West End, i that got home, pardon him out and lot him er is at hand. The republican commit- and' night. was married In Lebanon Wednesday to go home to dio among his friends and tee of Garrard will meet on Saturday, Mormon Missionory Morton was Mr. Charles Clements, of that city. ft bo burled by them and tho State will March Kith, to put out a county ticket. drowned in Eastern Kentucky while George Santofield, a moonshiner of Ml In exchange for coal. Call and see us before buying. We will Save not be burdened with the oxjom.o of There are many who are willing to trying to ford a swollen stream. You Money Pulaski county, and Miss Emma My- -. ttifi his interment. Give him a reasonable servo tho jwople. There are many tips The Chris ian church year books re- ers, or Newport, were married In n.'IB time in which to dio, say IK) days and for the places. It Is rumored that port 710 churches in Kentucky;only IDs Covington jail Sunday by Postmaster m three days of grace on that, because Charles Roldon will bo named for sher- churches gave to foreign missions. Carlisle. Both bride and groom are Hhickstono says It is unliecomlngu free- iff, Richard Ilnckley for assessor, and The Christian church State i conven- compulsory boarders at the Kenton tjii man to do anything tho very time he Is that there will bo no contest except in tion will bo held in the Broadway county hotel. commanded to do It Then If ho can the race for school superintendent, In Christian church Louisville June Mrs. Laura Francis, of Lexington, not die of tho disease he went home which Dr. J. A. Anion and J. HuntMe-MurtrElder J. T. Shurrurd will at who swore eternal celebacy when she with lot him die trying, and then the tho present incumbent, are the tho Christian church Sunday morning became an angel of Swelnforth, the Stato and society are rid of him. Hut entries. They are both good men and on, "Modern Idolatry;" at night on, false Christ, was married the other day BUILDING: If he wont die or can't die In the time are well qualiiled, and, while tho race "Some Social Sins." ta'a Mr. Cunningham. Love conquers all limited send him back to thu enitun-tiar- is a close one, It looks like Anion will No. 3. MUiated Jut outride of city limits on a The Levering gymnasium, the gilt things and breaks all other vows not In PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. splendid turnpike aud between towu and and even if ho is a life convict, come under the string about a neck of Hon. Joshua Levering to consonance with it. splendid dwelling, barn mid all necessary outbuilddouble his time. Tartu Ko. I. Sltu.iliit iti Lincoln comity, Ky,, ings, ample water for Iwtli domestic and stock Miss Lulu Allen, only child of Mr. ahead. Baptist Theological Seminary, was This farm is all under cood fence and noar Dlx ltle, oonuinlii); ill) acres, willia tine, HradTIs tho remark made by Gov. and Mrs. J. A. Allen, was married at laraj liriik it vMIuk. two kmI barns, all iuew.iry high state of cultivation, in fact Its producing inn Outraged justice is reasserting her dedicated Tuesday. lino orchard of iiiitliiillclliDtS all muler kkh1 first class ecnud to none ley, when he pardoned the claims in tho police court this week. The meeting hold by Revs. Hughes tho Gilcher House, Danville, Wednes- alout :V0 tni-- made from a careful uiul prudent ty; in addition to nud it Is contiguousin tothe counthis the city, Negro iKiy that I censure him se- Judge Totton, City acclimated varieties. Till farm Is in a which Is n lilpulm; in the way of being cloe to tho day to Mr. J. C. Cormlny, formerly of election otot Attorney Williams aud Humphreys at Burgin, which has line educational and religious facilities. Trice cultivation ami will produce in qualililk'li statu verely for. "Tho Imprisonment of this and Marshal Fan-i0, half cash, balanco in and 2 years. have donned the been going ou several weeks, has had this county, but now a prominent mer- ty and quantity that of any firm in Lincoln county. 1'rico slU ier acre; tertns cuy. boy Is u disgrace to Christianity. He No. 7. Near Crub Orchard, containing 133 acres, war paint, ami just punishment is being oOadditlons and excitement oversanotl-tlcatio- n chant of Lancaster, Rev. F. M. Hill ofwell improved lu every particular and nicely locaIs granted a pardon." What a censure o. 2. Situated. In Lincoln county, Ky., ficiating. The bride is a pretty bruted. Trice SIC per acre; terms liberal. is running.high. meted out to the "blind tigers" of "Hat-tl- o .100 acre, well improved all under fence, uH)ti tho circuit courts, tho CommonNo. 23. Contains 100 Noah Uoftler surprised those who nette, of sweet disposition, and the for- well watered, tine lly ot timber, acres of river dwelling with S rooms, ncres, finebarn and brick Row," our African annex. Mr. splendid all outIhiUoui, lit fine condition for any kind of farming wealth's attorneys and juries of this buildings, volumes of neter fulllm; water, together meet-- ; tunate groom is to be congratulated on product wore in attendance at a prayer who was tho absent witness cash in I'rlre SIS tcr acre, with a will that will give satisfaction In the yieldWhat encourage- tho last meeting, is on hand now. at ing in Portsmouth, Va., by saying, that his wise choice. Commonwealth baud, balance iu and 2 years. On ing of nny kind of farm products. Mluated on ood ment to crime everywhere And this Tuesday, Hurve Robinson was fined God had told him to kill his sister and to school and church. Trico 218 tier utn cood II. P. Cook, a Confederate No. a. Contains ISO acre-t- .orchard Improve-n-location pike, close terms. aire; easy nice too emanating from a man in regard to excellent water, tine applo s, $100 in three and Ellon Evans asking the advice of his pastor about veteran, of Atlanta, sent word to his very productive, slant 5 miles from Stanford. 32. More house two stories, high, new stock of whom Capt. Win. Horndon, a- brother $10."j In two cases, for selling liquor un- obeying tho order. general merchandise,, which will Invoice ?2,500: wife, with whom he had parted on bad Trice St.UW). three dwellings with good stable, ware and buggy republican, said in a law speech before lawfully. In default of payment they No. 1. Sltuateil In Lincoln county ami contains house and all necessary outbuildings with splenTho Religious Herald, of Richmond, terms, that ho was dying and begging lHacres, all of which Is tine, productive, river bot- did wells and cisterns to each dwelling; the total "If Hradley were to walk both went to the a jury, that On Wed- Va., has begun a movementjto build a her to come to his bedside. Sho com- tom with rplendld Improvements, nil underwood amount of land upon which the buildlugs stand is down tho aisle of a church in Lancas nesday, Sam Royston was fined two of building the storo house and Wi; monument over the grave ofathof.lato plied, and as sho leaned over his pros- fence plentv of never taillm; water and will pro- . threeacres. Cost was KWOO and tlio land Sl,ouu. The dwellings ter, tho town where ho resides, ho Laura Mulllns $lL"j In ilvo cases; Henry Prof. II. n. Harris, of the Southern trate form to kiss him, he roo sudden- duct tine hemp, tobacco and corn. Trico t present price far alt the b e property W.OOO. teritm o.uy. would create such excitement mfd sen- Perkins $7."i in three cases. All go to Baptist TheologicaliSemlnary. L Ho is ly in bed and. with his single arm, Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Fur- sation among tho congregation that ho tho e except Henry Perkins, buried at Hollywood cemetery, Rich- made a terrific lunge at his wife's nished, Rents Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDEK, Stanford, Ky. could bo Indicted for disturbing relig- who replevied his fines. The back- mond, Va. throat with an open clasp knife, nearly ious worship." bone of the cursed trufllu has been Tho Ellzabethtown News contains a killing her. Hhickstono says one boy of 11 may broken, and Chief of Police Farrlssays lengthy notice of the now church tho IToJ THAT LIBEL SUIT. have us much judgment and sense as an- ho is determined that It shall remain Baptists there havejjust completed, duo Yd and that It Is attended with other of m so. Tlioro are a few more cases to bo in a great measure to the indefatigable Tho Stanford Jouhnal, is in style. It dangerous and pernicious ronsoquenees tried hereafter. M. Bruce, has a libol suit. Louisville Post. efforts of tho pastor, Rev. J. & w to Inculcate tho idea that children can formerly pastor of tho church here. It Tho iNTEiuoit Journal has been B commit crimes with impunity and that And E. Polk Johnson is to dino with is tlio handsomest building of the kind sued for libel. The I. Now Seeds in Papers and Hulk Guaranteed the Best. J. may have, acme hid Mayor of Lunnuu! Hless his in tho city, being built of St. Louis red cidentally of course, coughed malitia supplet uetatem. up a FontainkF. IIoumtt. old and shining heud, dino where ho pressed brick, on a blue limestone foun- chunk or two of truth, but Walton i' will ho'll hold up his end of tho string liM It la said that Gov. Bradley has or- and tho Proud Bird of Freedom at the dation extending some distance up. It doesn't Indulge In libeling anybody. has a front of (10 uud u depth of 70 Covington Commonwealth. dered Col. E. II. Galther to take a com- same time with tho best of 'em and tho feet and the audltoriurajls 112x54 with a New Rods and Reels, best Bass Lines and every thing in tho lino at tft mand of militia aud go to Simpson glories of his Ludshlp will nover Great damage is being done along faze Sunday school room 22x32. It Is handLower Prices. county on March 1 to protect tho Negro him. Covington Commonwealth. somely finished inside uud has all the tho Ohio by the fiood. At Cincinnati one of tho white caps Doming who shot Witl-10chair factories in the coun- modern conveniences. Tho building yesterday at 3 a m. the river was 59.1 who went to his house. try turning out .'1(1,000,000 chairs a year, and grounds cost $10,000, $7,500 of which and rising. Tho lower part of tho city 1(1 acres in tho the practice of sitting down Tow boats covering Compounded from the Very Best Drugs and Chemicals. Prices Low. it! on people has been raised. is submergo.l and great suffering Is river and comprising l,.r00,000 bushels is Inoxcusablo. Cincinnati Times-Stafelt. Lower Louisville Is also under i It State Senator W. II. Clark is chargof coal are coming down tho Ohio. At Portsmouth, O., 1,500 persons water. wniild tako 2.000 cars to hold it, and Henry Halcomb was drowned while have been driven from their homes by divided Into 20 trains it would tako 101) ed u second timo with belne jliKSISTiaCnHlT, I blo for a child born out of wedlock. fording a stream in Jackson county. flood. it. tho locomotives to pull U. J i- Bobbin on the Pardoning Power. MT. VERNON. - ,,,, Two-third- s 1 I tl "I f LADIES ALWAYS ADMIRE ed 11 i .1- - NECKWEAR m i 1 1 $1,-20- 0; Stylish if $ 1 1 Shoes ! 1 1 over-huma- Chuu-tuiqu- u, Beautiful Spring Suits, New Goods Just In. f AH si fl &s i r Faffs Branch Coaf. i it Take Farm Products St . M E J. H. BAUGHMAN CO Ul-2- 1. y, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. INTERIOR JOURNAL J'H'SOffDEW toll-gat- y, s. qual-itiesa- nine-year-o- ld s 810.-I- X s 1 Al-drid- 7."i two-stor- y one-thir- d ! 1 ! one-arme- d ca-e- - work-hous- e. work-hous- 4 i ,U I I I I I I I 1 4 LflNDRETH'S BURDEN SEEDS. ?li FISHING TACKLE! $ 1 r. m mmmmmmmm W. B. MoEOBIBTS. iJt V'WC 14 vi" ,'i-r- S ti Z ftw. V Mrfrfrlfo"'Mlj'rfMlM StfSSSSSMmiSitfLiM M'"liWi1 jli Wfjil I jJriwrMiiar jp iiMWLiiliiiLViiiM-iiLMJiiijaiiiMWB- T;y. y'w s wbcs: 3ftR,.:.T:pwey:.r:c.iBa: POLITICS. ( THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., Feb 26, 1S07 W. P. WALTON. six: pages. conn-tr- y stroy all property rights. In tho presshowing itself at this spirit is ent very decidedly in tho destruction whllo in Louisville people of to make the street car comare trying to panies haul them free by refusing places providput their nicklcs in tho done ed for them, although it can be inconvenience as handing with as llttio it to the conductor. Fortunately the oflaw was strong enough to bring the city and fenders to justice in that enough to fine there was a judge brave Thompson in imthem. Judge R. H. if anj posing tho lines, very truly said, took up an idea that body of citizens wrong was being done, and undertook unlawful proto rectify that wrong by usurped tho functions of ceedings, they government and struck at the foundalife of tions of society, and placed the s every one at the mercy of mobs. That aro dojust what the turnpike raiders shot ing and they should bo met with very nature of things and shell. In the tho freeing of the turnpikes will havo A to be gradual and by lawful means. injures the resort to unlawful measures cause and delays the accomplishment few of tho purpose. Tho acts of tho marauders who have takmidnight en things in their own hands in this county can not bo too severely concitizens hope demned and all toll-gate- comThe spirit of lawlessness and in tho land, which if munism is abroad depermitted to grow and increase will s, Col. W. C. P. Hrocklnrldgo is now tho heavy editorial writer of tho Lexington Herald. William J. Uryan Is to lecture tonight and tomorrow night at Carnegie hall, New York. A diamond badge Is to be presented to MeKlnley March a, on behalf of the Alpha Kpsllon fraternity. Carter II. Harrison, a son of the late mayor, has been nominated by the people's party for mayor of Chicago. Senator Allen Introduced a resolution demanding that war ships be sent to Cuba to protect American citizens. In a total vote of 90,000 In South Dakota, tho republican candidate for State treasurer was elected by a majority of only two. A nrlmarv election has been called in Judge Cantrill'sdistrletnnd all dem ocrats who will support the nominees will bo allowed to vote. Tho Carson. Nov.. will t additional expense will be something Uko 3150. It has taken the State and Federal courts of Connecticut six years to reach a final decision of a case Involving tlio machine. patent of a button-hol- e Nathan Ilugglns, colored, whllo piloting eravo robbers In a cemetery near Nashvillo, was killed by guards, who fired upon the party, Thomas. Dillingham, a colored life convict, made his escajw from the Frankfort penitentiary. He was a trus ty and walked away while tho guards were not looking. James Murphy and Philip Judklns. who three weeks were ordinary miners in Cripple Creek, have just snipped of ore which turned out two $1(10,000 in gold. Honrv Richmond, who has just cele brated his 104th birthday, can bo seen bo about $S0. toscothoprlze-llghcar-loa- Thn KnlliYirwl fnrrt from Loillsvlllo tO At the Poland China hog sale at Sprlngilold, III., 40 brought 812,21. Ono boar, "Look Mo Over," was purchased by tho Look Mo Over Association, u Stansbury, Mo., syndicate, for $.1,(i00. This is the highest prlco any hog has yet sold for, tho highest price ever before obtained being Anderson's Model brought81,575, being sold to George W. Null, of Odessa, Mo. This is the highest price over obtained for sow. $1,-"00. FaetsandFigares Are indisptittible and cirry conviction more than columns of lyyc 11 SHELBY CITY ITEMS. The silver republicans In tho House and Senate have issued a call for a Na tional committee meeting of tho silver republican party at Chicago June 8. Chairman Dlngley, of tho Ways and Means committee, will not bo able to report the new tarllT bill to tho House boforo the opening of tho extra session. Representative Sayers Is preparing a statement to show In detail the extravagance of tho 54th Congress, which has appropriated in round numbers $1,045,-000,000. The Suite democratic convention of Michigan adopted a resolution In favor of free sliver and sent a telegram to Mr. Bryan embodying the sense of tho convention. Senator-elec- t Foraker said: "I have been willing to do more than the square thini? bvMcKlnlevand Hanna. but I don't Intend to walk oil tho roof for any body." It seems, however, that he had to walk off nolens volcns. The governor Is a monstrous taking fellow. Tho Louisville Times says law-lovi- pikes, if the majority sajs c9nque,fflco them by lawful means thit those who would take them otner- that Gen. Fltzhugh Lee, our consul ' wise be properly punished. general at Havana, had resigned be- to Washington for Dr HUNTER tells the Louisville cause his appeals protection of Araerl-t- o Senatorial fight War ships for tho Time's that he is in tho stay and that It ''Is rather amusing can citizens In Cuba havo gone unan-tha man holding the commanding , swerod, Is authoritatively contradicted,n There Is information that tho Fcder-caposition of a majority of the republl-step al grand jury at Louisville has return-dow- n members should be asked to Lexlngton-- a and out by those controlling only- ed 14 Indictments against of the oppo- ians for precipitating and partlcipat-sitio- n few vots." He speaks is to him as Insignificant and says Ing in tho late election riots and it the course has deprived cause of so much uneasiness. The gold its unwarranted Kentucky of a cabinet position and If It democrats are charged with procuring U. S. them. also deprives her of a republican shall restf A Washington special says the Senator the responsibility is hot friends of Representative James B. whe-- e It belongB. The Interview Creary are talking of him as tho man the gum-sho- e and shows that talk as well as steal to be nominated for governor when the statesman can con- - next race comes off. They say he Is just around with stealthy tread. Tho lo getting the man to harmonize the two factions, filet between the factions of our fight and that the different elements can , " " - - none , WBIIUCI " "jus' laff" to see unite on mm as tno. oesi man 10 rouecm we can stand of! and the State from the republicans. tho fur fly from both sides. 1 at so, but Ictus Mr. Frank Green, uncloof Miss Nora Green, died last week and was burled In the Junction City Cemetery. Miss Burtha Grubbs spent tho 22d with her friend. Miss Bessie Nelson, of Danville. Miss Ethel Wright was at home near here during the 22d holiday. There are several applicants for the among them Shelby City and dipt. Monroe .1. L. Ro.--o Mr. pushing a peddler's cart around Day- Gooch. Messrs. Dunn, Sutherland ton, this State. He claims never to and Mrs. Bolco aro among the appliat Junction cants for tho have taken a dose of medicine. In tho oil fields of Tyler county. W. City. and Shelby and Junction Cities suffered Va., a mob burned a "speak-easy-" 111 repute. Two women and from the heavy rains. Mr. Drupee's a house of two men are said to have been burned hackery was Hooded, selling a barrel to death In tho houses, whllo others of Hour and almost drowning his coop were to badly Injured they can not re- full of chickens. Tho Shelby City people who walked to church Sunday morncover. ing could not get home for tho pike was under six Inches of water in one AND TRADE, place. For Sale. 70 ewes W. II. Dudder- - Mr. Ed Sweeney is selling out the ar. of Cartwright & Co., and Mr. to rent. R. L. stock 130 acres blue-graReuben Goueher, that of Mr. W. T. White. Richardson. Mr. Richardson Is at Napier &. McCluro sold to M. J. Har present traveling for a cigar house of ris 10 calves at 814. Cincinnati. Mr. John Newland, for F. Reld sold to Dr. Gabhart, of Adair, merly clerk for Mr. W. 5. ililton, is at a Jersey heifer for $50. his homo in Burgin. Mr. Hilton Is F. P. Bishop sold to Lyon & Allen .T running his store, alone. Mr. Joe Cox hogs averaging 100 pounds at 3c. was clerking in Mr. G. .1). McCollum's Northern seed oats, clover, timothy restaurant the first of this week, whllo s seed at B. K. Wearen Mr. Lanuis Baker was visiting relaand & Ron's. tives In Parksville. Wagers & Cohen bought of Ma. John Henry E. Dlxey, the actor, is said to n. Hurris 05 heifers at 21 to 3c Rich have punched Senator Blackburn's mond Climax. Scott Farrls, the veteran trainer, Is face severely when he called him ad- a preimring to open a stable for runners fool in a bar room at Washington. post-olllce, KMt-oillc- MBE ABE THE FACTS Inrlng this court week wo propose to olTcrgooils at a price that will convince you of thu fact that we really tell t'jo cheapest at all times. Winter Is with ns yet and Spring is clo.so at hand and wo havo a few more Clothing nnd other Whiter Goods to c'osis at a greatly reduced price. Prices will tell' and a wayfaring man will fee thce It rgaius for himself. HERE ARE THE FIGURES For ;0 inchSecilllan oloth, J.rc per yard. For a 34 Inch Fancy Suiting, nil wool, 2."ic per yard. Black, Brown and Blue Henrietta, U2 inch, at 15c per yard. For Gray, Blue nnd Brown Dresu Goods, tho correct tiling for Spring use, only 30c per yard. We have on hand now tho biggest line of corsets ever brought to town. Will he I you e A GOOD CORSET Fop The "S 25c. FARM 0." brand corset nt 75c nnd f 1 In cither black or white Our 50o coriot is tho Dr. Warner's "Oorallno," Tho "W. B." and "C. 11." best on earth for ihe money. nicntnong tho stnndanl lirnnds we offer nt SI. IT ss Only 75c for a nice, full sire bed spread, worth 11 50. f '25 for a better ono, heniin-e- d nnd ready for use. f 1.50 for best, extra largo, hemmed nnd ready for use; well worth 12 50. It Is n fact thnt we have a 1 Blue-Gras- And at figures thnt will prove that they nre cheap. Indies' Shoes from tl, up Shoes from 75c, up. Children's Shoes, Uoc, up. Men's Shoes nt tl, up. Shoes, 90c, up. NICE line: of shoes or) Miss. Boys' c' , Figure5 Hat," latest style, finis. The "Cuba Men's Nice Alpines, Crushery, Boys' Alpines anil crushers go nt 25c. - foril. , S. L. VanMeter shipped 200sculawag mm nnil stors to Chicasio which he bought at i to lc. P. P. Nunnclly sold at Lancaster Mondnv 32 yearling and steers at 2f to 3!c. .Tames Bowon bought In Garrard and Madison a bunch of yearling and two- steers at 3 to 3.b0. year-ol.inh Wilson sold to P. P. Nunnelley a yoke of oxen for $S0 and bought of Ernest Burton a yoke for 3. Sorrel mare, sorrel filly and several horses are at my place. Owner will please call. Ben Ferrlll, Morclnnd. O. P. Huffman bought of B. F. Holtz-claa small lot of butcher stuff at 2e and of other parties some hogs at 2!c. . Absolutely Fred &. Landy. the Dudderar's Mill tnl lt Kirot OlctuatMl Millers, bought of William Gooch, hhiJit.riiin.M for A4iir.Mi ih lTnlnu strength ami frfl Bialnit alum bush- ill forms ut.ailultcratiou no common Inthocbesp Reuben Dudderar and others 500 brands. ork. els of wheat at $1. ItOYAt. IIakimo I'omdkr to.. New of Paris, sold to a Turney & Morris, FOR SALE BY Mr. Webb, of Philadelphia, their team of black horses, J. E. handsome F. REID, STANFORD, KY. Told B. and Cyril C, for $1,450. IT Is to bo hoped that the In the agIt is estimated that tho fall GMdmt Horn for lloth Stuhlle ami Hr-bill now before Congress will be The Wisconsin supreme court has scalper is' genera uy. j decided tho Suite vaccination law to be gregate value of tho live stock of the J'tiriw. come a law. A amounted to the Jersey TJ. S. during 1893-1Cattle, And Short-Hor- n a rascal and often a thief, who lhes bj enormous total of $(523,000,000 or 25 per robblmr the railroads anu swinuu..K A train ran Into a wagon filled with Southdmcn Sheep. Poland China lliy and cent. the people. President M. H. Smith's Choiee Indieiaunh vf In1 Strain. near Chattanooga and seven thelt dishonest The heavy rain affected the Winches Call or Write Your Want statement In, regard to KHH.U. many were ,..1i.ivr. nt all ' i tor cattle market and not practices, wm.umw" . A storm unroofed several houses at bold. Those that were disused oi A kinds of frauds ought to Lucy Cobb 00 AthoM ' Gai lncludlnr the brought 2J to 3c. Stock hogs sold at .' .wt. oirnntfoal that a law should ""i-- """ nefa- - remaie msuiuie 3 and fat ones at 1897. passed to drive them from their Gov. Jones, of Arkansas, has approv Dave Pulsifer's Tenny, the old rous business. JCveru thing for Orvhard, LammndGar- ed a bill to require railroads to carry "sway back," has arrived at Lexington Pull ttoefo of Ornamental and Fruit m . uiuyuius ua uuj(uu. placo BRADLEY'S determination GOV California and will take the Trtef, Grape Vine, Jjarajti and Small by an explosion from Five men were killed We employ no ayent but rll at In the stud made vacant by the sale of Fruitt. send troops to Franklin to protect the Ky. Three jirieeadireet to the planter. Ttlrphune who shot Whltccapper Conn, In tho gravel pit.nt Murray, Negro Order at Beaumont Farm. men were hurt, and general Nurery will be applauded by every man who other Four stallions with records below 2:10 in ojjiee. Straulcrry Catatonia on application to Anthony Hill, a murderer, resisted is his cas-believes that a man's home wir be In the stud in Oregon this year, ' n.F.HlLLEXilYER, Greenville, Ga., and was shot Altao, 2:091, and the pacers Chehalls, Isxington, Ky 03 tie which he has a right todefend from arrest at by oilicers. death 2:075; Del Norte, 2:08 and Pathmont, the tresspass of any man or set of men.1 to A female the school superintendent in In killing Conn, Doming only cxercis-- Colorado has refused u young man 2:091, all sons of Altamont. ed a God islvon privilege, and he should II. F. Hlllenmeyer, of Lexington, the teaclier's license because he smokes says the continuous rainonly be protected, but acquitted. not The National League base ball sea- - nurseryicun, of nil Will carry a fall since Saturday was 3 inches to Hits year thanlarger Mock of Furniture clic;n'rklmls tlinn Louisville ever lufiirvatnl will let- - son will open on April 22 Monday afternoon. That is the heav- anylKxly Plow- - The Olhcr Chilli), Vulcan, AT present senders of registered Silver StM ami Chattanoom anil piintu uf all 'loaned &." rc iest fall since Dec. 24, 1881. "-dEall Malta kin. l.i. Cultivators anil DjiiuleMioti-lxP. Harvey, 3J miles make, tho Ih.iI In tho wurliH Tanners, call In ami The farm of W. -r- icken brother .recently and took gel any tlilpg )Oii want from a nfKY ilown. from Harrodsburg, on the Lexington ItesiKxtfully, I. s. caui'i:nti:u. Is o mortgage on tho lat er's homestead. pike, containing 247 acres, was sold to foss of the money they contain. This The arsons arrested for refusing to very properly, for Messrs. Rufus and Henry Vunarsdell to 00 aiutuu , pav fares on tho street cars In Louis- 01i cash. amJnd- - vllle, were fined 85 each by Judge at $5 ier acre, equivalent to -business is clearly on ..... Western cattlo WHICH Hie jircBiuiiun In- D. Jorden writes from ing the postal laws so as to provide t fop which tho mend. W. nt. Now York adjoinwo will 810 for loss 01 regisiei Worth, Tex., that the demand Is 1897.Dr. .1. K sell on tho premises V. A. demnity up to VanArsdtilo's and ing President Cleveland signed a bill ap- Fort steers Tribble's property, fronting on the Cut-of- f $20 for ed mail. propriating $20,000,000, Is to be finish- heavy at that brought $10 a year ago. Advo- pike and on Peyton A Hughes' Avenue, n In 1900. the renumber of residence lotB in tho most henu- The Frankfort Capital says Wlllson edFltzslmmons and Corbett are exper cate. A. E. llfnl InenlitV lllwlllt tlin tOWtl )f Ktlltlford. publicans will nominate Gw Fox sold to Miles McKec three B. d i in ioo Mr. Wilson is a iencing some difficulty in training at ninlo- - fnr ,9,toW. P.. RlcO tWO for onitl property win uv sold for with 0 nml 12 but he will nev! Carson, Nov. The mercury Is 0 de- - $105, to A. J . Rico, Jr., two for $100 and cas, (cnt jntt.rL.9t. n will months sold in very clover gentleman, first be . - uiwuo TOU" or hn frovernor. aucii uum tn n w. Ynncr,.,. one for $70. Mr. i ox lois and then offered ns a whole and the The house of James Chanvoll, near ,awwl P.nv. Bradley in do not occur bought of W. D. Mooro and G. F. An- best price will bo accepted.A time, besides Tazewell, Tenn., was swept away by a PEYTON. HUGHES more than once in a 4lfo :t00 barrels of corn at $1.40. tlood. The entire family derson the people will hereafter be satisfied to Powell river Advocate. was drowned. lot well enough alone Tho Georgetown Times reports the murThe trial of W. N. Lane for tho Clevesale of a number of Id hand mules at LESS than a week from now der of tho Rodenbaughs isjon at Verand MeKln- sailles. A jury wasjobtained with lit- $140 a pair and one extra good one at will bo an land rale prhately four Town Lot $90. Same paper also says that Ander- offer ley and his party, booted and spurred, tle ditllculty. 4. If'll. for 1. .".... dl....f...l ......... t11n lwttlfvllt Trm til son ec apiiimun, 01 uuuvmu, uuujjiiu lit III .Miller .icmiuim 10 w...iyw...,i.. f ui . iu,,. to ride tho country T .... . A C. & O. train encountered a washA4aal will bo mounted ,! lllll I III llfilll WJt 111,1 .w.c. of corn at ui.n will out opposite Portsmouth, O., and was that iiiuv."- - 15 .im'.iT Vir Acre, noml ham. phi. r.ixtt'rn as near to tho devil as the people . $1.50, delivered at the Danville He- Wflh. nwm nnd mH slod:i.d infrHit stand and then another democratic ditched. Ono man was killed and sev to pot. nnd ornamental tree; an unimproved lot Injured. president and a Congress of that eral Ill another column may be found an adjoining it, containing nearly 'J wo Acre, too will take charge again. John Parkinson, a stockman of Poof V. Reld'a herd of llvo one fronting Miller ftrcet. containing Four mona, Kan., shot and wounded J. H. advertisement Acre; one on Whitley Avenue of One Acre havo been produced with Election contests have cost the coun- Walte, of Kansas City, and then com- stock, which caro and expense; know- and One Jlooil Four-Acr- e Lota can be diThe Six and considerable try $124,861, for this session, beating mitted suicide. busiing tho man and stock wo can guaran- vided. anhl hffnre fnrfh A 1R07. rnnnhi An apparent shortago of $70,000 in Tf nnl all former appropriations for the gov- cash and $lbT,000 In securities has been tee everything as represented. Parties court day, they will on that day be told pub, 850.000. So long as the ness about good stock at rea ' licly in front of the court home door. .. .. trt contest so found by the investigation of the South ilostrinir to nurchaso ernmenu pojo nonrililntnn '"""'"- MKS A.ATJS J'. MlLLKti. continue and In - , ern Mutual Building & Loan Assocla sonable prices should see Mr. Reld by j long will the abuse Extx of W. H. Miller. all means. uon ttfc crease. I at Crab Orchard. NECKWEAR FIGURES. Bows, Windsors, Scatfs, Ac., which Just received 40 doen new Tii--, Four we figure at 15c, 10c anil 25c. Tho same grade always sold at 25c, 40c nnd 50c, res- pOYAl pectively. These nre special bargains nnd 'twill pay you to cnll and seo for yourself. two-year-o- ld THE LOUISVILLE A. UKBANSKY d lip ST0RL. Emi- it CO , PnormKTonfl, T. D. HANKY, Manaoep. w Mc-stu- ff mi6 POWDER Pure. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccbtirg, fynthlana, Versailles, nence, Georgetown, Ellrabethlown. Frankfort, and Mauckort, Ind. Is Tour Eue Siofit Faifino Do you need spectacles? If so have your eyes tested at once at ? . .miaitifl --- . I Craig Spcctncles and Xose Glnsses from 5t 25 Hooker's- centt up Spectncles. Wo nre Special! its In tho tilting o In anti-scalp- News Briefly n -5 m TRUSSES ! Cheapest in pi ice and best I rpin'lty. 1 "t-1- E& Full Lino of Surgical Supplies. .,,! ! ' Blue Grass Nurseries. 3c SPRING, CRAIG S6 HOCKER. lie-i- 1 LOOK AT THIS. 600DS TO GIVE AWAY. Vnlunblo Goods Given away with Cotleo and Baking Powder. I D S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, , StSE S-f I,, 2 sell'sagf T --- LOT SALE. ( "In On Monday, March 8tli, Fine Decorated Bowl and two-year-o- ld Pitcher With ono Pound of Coflce. HANDSOME LAMP with one Powder. Come nnd boo for yourself. 15c can of one-thir- linking I HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Town Lots For Sale. I J . 1 M 11 tm car-loa- ds .... u I ..,.- pur-suasl- ZExxicta:Roofing, Metal Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Eto. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material atcloser prices than ever. and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed Studing ' one side all seasoned stock. ' "l- A. C. SINE, - - Stanford, Kv. ' THEINTERIOR JOURNAL! Stanford. Ky., W. 1 Feu 26, 1897 WALTON. a IVL"bllli.4'rvt5.a7-Q o..fLX"rid.o.3ri VA-NCJ- I'lCHYKAU not sopiM IN- A.1D will - jy When I.s S3. CO I charged. aretl IlHi I'lllE KENTUCKY CENTRAL CARD. DIVISION. snJjrelunu at it 4:30 p. Trsln IntM Stanford in t 7:10 a. m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ko. 54 Train going North No. 21 Kuulh " Ko. 25 " " " No. 23 ' ........ .... . ...12 37 p III .1 13 m .. 11 01 I U;lt III 111 Tor all Points. Til HOW II TICKKTS HACiOAOK SOJ.l. ClIKCKKl) TllltOUOH. I'or sny information enquire ol ' "jOKH HICK, Agrnt, tftarifunl, Kf. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Junction City a fMlowa: Tralut ! South . 12 l. 1111 No. 8 Ninth- - ... S !l m " Sam " UMWJtto. Ko.S " I 49 pin " . ...II 31 a III " rt "" No. 5 no a in . .. Hjtt'pm " "10 Ko. 9 No. I tion City. Not Ni. than JuncU and 10 run no further All tr ilni u.p4lhr. MIDLAND RAILWAY KENTUCKY j VIAtU.UUUKTOW.V. r aw at. X H. 2.U) 6 03 7S3 9 13 S0 e 4M SIS Arr (Ji'irurtown, ' KratiWlort, Sonirrtct, I..Jet niy. " Arr r 1 . 12 M W I.v MM " 6M ( 1 40 A (S30 IU lllr irrnl.Sunday Arr I'arli MVM l HKIICWW C fONFEDERATE Veteran. NA8HVILLC, TGNN. OFriCtAwLY RKI'KKSKNTS United Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Sons, nnd o:.":cr Organizations. 11.00 Jir. S. T Sm?Ui, Four To-Ca- t Stamp. fcrmciAL A. CUNNINGHAM. In Club wl'h tblt.Papar RilDCCTIo COOKE'S SARSAPARILLA WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores. Boils. Pustule. Kczema, Tetter, all diseases of the blood and and mr Makes Vou Well. ( Indigestion, constipation and dys- Densia. kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRobert. Sttnrord. Penny's Drujj Store. " CraiR & Hocker, W C. Woltord, Hiistonville. F B Twldwdl, J. A Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Uro , McKinne). J I'. AUtott. Powers. Heazley & Son Ciab Orchard. M Let PipfS, Mm eland. Yours for Health. James T Cooke, H.irrodsburg Ky. PT MOPSMOMKd UWyj O - THI opumw 0MM0iMO;,x0 )N lOMMOOWM M MUMWM M rvriM a. v iuvi OINIOIM LwihtVJM v mf fTZttfTZZ.n mota km vo 'aW eV liOlNJlMl lkA - A MM f A VIM ism LVVME) KWMUH. G )M M01M0lSll!va(Q)N10 MM 00(y0(MOIN mm v. mm fnUNl ON M0IN10Mlivil MM OMOMMo fc50 FRANK J. KEED, Chicago. O.P.A., E. II. BACON, Louisville D.T.A mm Mm oiNi a Miss S. (laughing) And to hear the "RIDE A COCK HORSE. rf' telephone? e to Banbury Cross " I Mr. P. "Hldo a Apparently . Hut as I was gomaiden. Quaint llttlo curly-hea- d ing to say, it was to tell you to to Bitting astrldo of hor charger to ride s ladcnl (telephone bell rings. Miss S. rushc Under trees with tho Ilnro llttlo feet nnd a whlto little gown, to.) Curse tho belli Bhn callopa away Into Lullaby Town ' Mls S. (nt telephone) Yes; are you "Illngs on hor fingers and bells on her toes, She lias inusla wherever she goes!" there? What? is that you? Capt. Vavasour? What? Fish? what fish? o to Ilnnbury Cross" "Itldo a I said salmon. d What? Yes, salmon rider! Dear llttlo Her charger so frco 1st her papa's Mg knee, cutlet. What? No, I didn't! I never And tho Blccpy Hoy travels besldo 'cr; said sausages! snungcsln July I What? Over tho hills of Lullaby Town, 1 can't hear. Salmon cutlets Into tho valley of Do you hear? Next time youi "Kings on her Angers and bells on her loos, She has music wherever alio goes!" take my orders, please send some one to Ilnnbury Cross" I who Isn't deaf I (Rings off and sita "Rldo a sleeper! flwcet little dewy-li- p down, fuming.) For tho Sleepy Hoy's song an they Journey Mr. P. (dryly) You must find that along ' telephone a great comfort, I am sure. bonny bluo peeper; Closet each should bo without It. And the lights havo gono out In Lullaby No drawing-rooTown, Miss S. It docan't always go llko n And It's night In tho valley of this. Mr. P. I hope not, for tho sake of 80 sho hears not the tlnklo of bells on hct toe, your nerves and your visitors. nut dreamily slumbers wherever she goes I Miss S. Oh, I am so sorry; of course S. Q. Laplus, In Oslo Farmer. it must bo very provoking for you, but it isn't my fault, la it? Now sit down A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. and begin ngain; you were going to tell me something lery interesting, I am nu re. rersonsrcprcsentedtMUsIIyphcn-Sralth- , Mr. P. (nalde) I'll make one more atMr. Panot. In Mhn Bmlth'a tempt, but if I can't get my proposal Scene A drawing-roohouse, near New York. In the room oh a out before that confounded telephone stand against tho wall Is a telephone. goes off again I'll give it up, once and Alias S. (putting down her book and for nil. (Aloud) My dear Miss Smith glunclng nt clock) Nearly three, and Hyphen-SmitI am a man of few lie Mtd that at three o'clock ho would words. telephone to mo from New York. What Miss S. Indeed? (She listens with can ho want to miy to me? I I think perfunctory nttontlon nnd every sign I am nearly sure It must bo n proposal, of Impatience, her eyes on the telelie linn brcji bo attentive of lutu. I phone, half starting from her chair at am suro no one can be lcsa vain than I every nound that can suggest a bell.) am, but there has been a look in his Mr. P. I don't wear my henrtupon eye, a tone in Ills voice, that Is quito my sleeve, I keep it in Its right place unmistakable. (Looks fondly nt tel- (aside) though It's In my mouth at this ephone.) What a comfort it Is to have moment! (Aloud) I um, us I said bea telephone in one's house! 1 really fore, n man of few words reticent, don't know how I ever exiotcd without taciturn. it. If a visitor drop in unexpectedMlhfl S. Yes. ly to dinner, and 1 uanta nice little Mr. P. Feeling a great deal, but dish of cutlets, I rint; up the butcher. never saying so modest, retiring If I feci a little low and only n fried perhaps you may think me too rctir-ing- ? sole can tempt my failing appetite, I ring up the flithnionger. The grocer, Miss S. Oh, no! not atoll! the butcher, the wine merchant, the Mr. P. Hut a man cannot change his livery stables they are all on tho tel- nattire. ephone. (Clock strikes.) Ah, there's Miss S. Of course not! tho belli (Hushes to telephone and Mr. P. I am sure I have kept my speaks.) "Yes; arc you there? Is that secret, that I have never given you you, Cnpt. Vavasour? Ye; arc you reason to think to Imagine that In there?" There's no one there, and yet n word, that I I do I make myself I hear some ono speaking In tho clear? a faint buzzing like a bee In tv Miss S. Oh. perfectly! (Aside) Whnt liottlc. (Kings off and glances at qlock.) Is he talking about? Why doesn't he Just thtec. It was the clock ntriklng, go? nnd I thought It was tho telephone. Mr. P. 1 will be even more explicit. (Sits ring nt bell he jumps up.) (Telephone bell rings faintly, she starts There it is again! Oh, no; it's the door- up.) Don't go It wm tho clock. In bell thl time (goes to window), nnd one word. Miss Smith, Uic feeling I hau there's Mr. Pnget coming in provok- for you is not friendship. 1 should have said: "Not, at ing! Miss S. (licr eyes on the telephone) homo;" too late now, and he must come Oh dear, I am oorry to hear that! In horc; I can't leave the tclophonel Not that 1 don't like Mr. Paget; I llko him why? It Is more! I ak you to bo Mr. P. very much. 1 might have preferred my (bell rings loudly, she runnics to Vavasour; but I have telephone) Damn tho bell! That's all hi in to Cnpt. never seen nny tendency In him to over! Dear me. It's very propose to me. Miss S. (at tolephone) Yes? are you awkward to havo a visitor in the room there? Are you captain what? Speak-upwhen I'm expecting a telephonic prono n I can't hear! posal, and I mean to nccept It, at tho Victoria. What? got a fit? the horse? top of my voice! (Enter Mr, Paget.) What? not a fit? Then wby do you keep Mr. P. (very nervous and flurried) a Victoria that's not fit to use! (Rings How do you do, Miss Smith? Ixg off violently and slta down.) Er cr your pardon, Hyphen-SmitMr. P. This is too bad, Miss Smith-- let lovely day, Isn't It? me tell you this Is too much of a Miss Smith (shaking bands with ef- good joke! (nell rings again, she rushes fusion) Olod to sec you; here i your to telephone.) favorite chair. Let mo put your hot Miss S. (at telephone) Ye? what? down in ita accustomed corner. Htm on? ring off? why did you ring on! Mr. P. (aside) She is really a most (She rings off viciously.) Ah! (She charming woman. I wonder If she'll falls Into a chair and fans herself.) bo surprised when I ask her to marry Mr. P. (furiously) Where's my hat? me. It's a llttlo difficult to lead up to, Tm golngl but I like to get these awkward thing Miss S. lo!ng? why? ovor quickly. (Aloud, nervous) Ahem Mr. P. Because I can't stand It nny my dear Miss Smith longer! I (Telephone bell rings; she nwhc MLss S. Pm sure Tve done all the to It). Confound it, what's that? standing! w hut's sho doing? Mr.P. Don't joke! H's beyond a joke. Yes; arc you Do you know what I was going to say to Miss S. (at telephone) there? What? la that Capt. Mr. you? I can't hear; speak louder. who? Miss S. Tho telephone didn't give me What? what? Six gross of tcrews.' a chance. don't keep screws. Who do you want? Mr. P. (with venom) No, It's lost you No. I'm 46. a ohance! I was going to ask you to Mr. P. Impossible! marry me to marry me, do you hear? Miss S. What? what? Well, another I Miss S. (starting up with outtime when you want 04 don't ring up stretched hnnds) To marry you! Oh, 40! (Kings off In disgust and slta Mr. Poget! down.) ' Mr. P. No, it's too late. I haven't Mr. P. My dear Miss Smith, moy I asked you, and I never will now! (Her nsk whnt that instrument of torture hnnds fall limply to her sides she listis, and why you arc shouting nt it? Never will I t ens in arushed silence.) Miss S. Why, have you never w?cn nsk a woman to marry mo who is fool a telephone? enough to domcsitlcnte a tame teleMr. P. 1 suppose I've seen them In phone in her drawing-room- ! Good-b- y oflices, but I've never met a domes1 shall not call again. (He takes up ticated telephone (nslde) hope I never his hat and departs, smiling snrdonlcnl- (Aloud) Idon'tcarefor iy.) shall again. d things; I'm an these Mlsa S. (sinking into a chair) Oh fellow. Don't you find it a' dear, oh dear, I've lost him! Why didn't confounded nuisance? I guess what he wanted to say, but I Miss S. No, indeed! It's the greatcouldn't think of anything with that est comfort I possess. (Clock strikes; dreadful boll always going. Oh, my che jumps up. then sits.) head! I feel quite dazed! I begin to Mr. P. Don't you And it a littln think n tolephone is n qualified blessjumpy? Bad for the nerves, eh? ing. (Telephone bell rings.) Ah! this Misa S Not in the least; most sooth- time It must be he! (She rushes to the ing. telophone.) Yes? ore you thore? Is Mr.P. (nervous) Mydear MLssSmitb tliat Capt. Vavasour? Yes yes. You Hyphen-Smit- h you youwillbosur-prlsc- d are very unpunctual. What? enn't hear to hear what brought me here .what? Bhe woa very unpunctual? I don't understand. I can't speak nny , Mis S. (absently, looking nt tele- louder, I'm shouting. Yea yes oh, phone) Cab, I suppose. yes! what? yes, oh, yes! I have Mr. P. You will be surprised to felt a deep interest in your happiness. (Aside.) Now it's coming. hear Miss S. (absently) Oh, not at all. What? what? I can't hear you. What Mrs. P. Eh? I had no Idea you had do you say? oh, yes, now I dp! Wlvat? guessed my secret. who? Miss who did you say? (her face Miss S. Secret? what secret? Oh, falls.) No, I never met hor. Does she I beg your pardon, I didn't quite catch live in New York? whnt? (she becomes what you were saying. I I was listen- vaguely alarmed.) What? Very what? oh! I'm not a judge of pretty girls. ing for the telephone. (Disgusted, and moro nnd mora Mr. P. (aside) Confound tho telealarmed.) What? what say? Ah! glad phone! Miss S. (aside, glancing anxiously at you are In such good spirits. Yes? yes? clock) He sold about three, and now something to tell me? (her face brightit's nearly 20 minutes past; surely he ens.) Oh, yea! do! Yes? yes? oh, yes! What? what? accepted you? what do must ring me up soon. Mr. P. Well, aa I was going to say you mean? What? what? did you sny when the telephone Interrupted me, marry her? Ah! (she shrieks and drops you will hardly havo guessed why I receiver.) I have lost both! both! Oh, why did came her Mlsa S (archly) Wasn't It to see I ever have that abominable telephone? (Sho drops, weeping stormily, into me? Mr. P. It was, my dear Miss Smith, chair. Curtain descends upon her tobs.) t J Leslie's Popular Monthly. nd . cock-horsdream-applecork-horsdimple-cheekeCuddle-mo-dow- About "By the way, where is the major nowadays?" asked the mutual friend. "He Is in an institution for the treat- the Same. HOPE'S PROMISE. While the llfo of a man Moveth smoothly along, And his walks llo apart From tho sorrowing throng, He may coolly decry colonel, with a trace of acrimony in his ment for feeble-minded- ," Bald the "Learn! I never touched a bicycle until that day. I suppose It came easy to me, becauso I'm naturally nnd then I learned to preserve my equilibrium when I was walking tho cooi-hcade- 1 rope-walker?" d, n 1- m-o-- cock-hors- o don't say "Well, sah, they don't cnll the place by that name, Bali, but you can sec foh yo'self that it amounts to the same LHIng. establishIt Is a water-cur-e ment, sah." Cincinnati Enquirer. An Expreaslvn Phrato. Miss Belleflcld It is my opinion that Mabel intends to marry Fred voice. -You r Faith's "unreasoning prayer" And assert, with a calm, Philosophical air. That tho gravo Is the sum Of humanity's gains Tho reproach and reward For Its pleasures and pains; From the presence of Woo Like an ally abashed In the face of tho foe. O, parent whose eyes Deathess lonplng revealed In that glaneo ere by Death They were silently scaled; O, babe that has passed To tho Presence above, Art thou gone for all time From the pressure of love? And thou who wast moro Than all mortals else dear. Art thou lost to tho soul That was ono with thee here? Ahl 'tis false; sophists turn From tho lowly that grieve, But the Father sends hope Unto them that believe. tight rope." "Why, I never knew that you walked the tight rope." nut Philosophy flees "Well, 1 never did follow it for any length of time, but I used to practice it a good deal In a gymnasium at Cincinnati. That was nbout the time 1 went out with the circus. You've henrd of Blondin, tho grent "Why, you know, tho fellow who walked a tightrope across Niagara falls with a man riding on his back?" "Oh, yes; certainly." The lightning dentist expected that "Doc" would claim to be the man who rode on Blondin's back, but he didn't. "Well, one day Blondin was In Cincinnati, and he came down to the gymnasium nnd wntched me practice. 1 didn't know who he was until 1 came down off the rope, and then some of the boys introduced him to mc. He said to me: 'Home, If you keep at It and practice, you'll make a better than I am.' Well, 1 laughed, and, of course, 1 upprcciatcd tho compliment, but I wasn't thinking of walking ropes in those days. That was the time 1 was interested with some eastern caprope-walk- i "I believe I have yes." Gas-we- ll. m I Cuddle-mo-dow- baa desig on him 7" "I asked her opinion of him the other day and she replied: He'll do to tie Miss Hloomfield What arc Fred's intentions? "I don't know, but they don't count." "What makes you think that Mabel to.' "Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegrap- h. Left Out In tho Cold. "Where arts you going, my pretty maid?" "I'm going to buy a bike," sho said. "May I go with you, my pretty maid?" "It's not for a tandem I'm going," she said. Yonkers Statesman. A HASTY OUMEKVATION. h, "What n pleasure to moot you Miss Blank." again, 1 "I am a miss no longer, professor. um married." Well, well, who' J hnve "Married! thought It possible? Fllrgende Bluet-teThe llargaln Srx. "Man wants but llttlo hero below" That fact's won him renown. While woman wants a lot of things. And wants them all marked down. Chicago News. No Mystery. Smith I henrd n queer other day. A man said that a r. dJs-tnnc- e, thing the pig would drink a large pall of milk, and then you could put him in the sumc pail und he wouldn't 1111 it. Joncb I don't doubt it. I knew n man onco that drank up a 510.000-saw-mil- l. and tlhen we Brooklyn Life. put him in a pine box. Cored Too Soon. , Four-wheele- r? h. Doctor Will you ever get well? Why, 111 have you on your feet again in a week. Patient That will never do. Tho railway company has promised to send a man up at that time to agree on n compromise. N. Y. Tribune. til Idea of It. The Wife 1 think, John, you ought to be ashamed of yourself, expecting me to sit up till 12 o'clock at night darning your socks. Tho Husband My dear Maria, don't you know that it's never too lato to mend? N. Y. JournnL Hyphc-fltSmit- (to beggar, to whom he has given a halfpenny) Now, my man, what shall you do with that coin? "Well, I hardly know, guv'nor, whether to purghjise an annuity or invest in railway stock. Which do you Old Gent la Doubt. advise?" Tit-Bit- s. (slmperingly) Mr. So ply proposed to me last night and I accepted him. Miss Budd (pertly) Did you, dear? There must be luck in odd numbers, oftcrall. I refused him for tho twelfth tlmo yesterdny. N. Y. Herald. Mlsa Passo Tho Moraine Gun. Husband What did you think when you heard tho chandellr fall in the The Ketort Courteous. night? I Wife 1 thought that you had been detained on "business" ugaiu and were getting upstairs as quietly as you could. Detroit Free Press. A Oreat Difference. Pokes What's the difference between a fool and a wit? Jokes All tho difference in the world. The one can say n clever thing foolishly, tho other can sny a foolish thing cleverly. Town Topics. new-fangle- Disgraceful. Fuddy How disgraceful It is to see people crowd about a church to get a squint nt a bridal couplet Buddy I know it, nnd when it ought to excite their pity instead of their morbid curiosity. Boston Transcript. Found One at Last. Thompson I had a great surprise last evening. Barrow How was that? Thompson My wife introduced me to a fellow who never was ono of her old beaux. Cleveland Leader. Popper Denned at Last. Tommy Who were Fox's Martyrs teacher was that the Sunday-school to-da- y. ys talking about? Popper Well, I guess most of them were the people who had to listen to his termons. Brooklyn Life. In Days of Old. de"I'm tired of the men of clared Miss Elderly. "It was very different in the good old days of chivalry." "Do tell me about it, dear," answered Miss Deeply; "it was before my time, you know." Detroit Free Press. ," Science of .Mind. to-da- y. "Doctors sny now that It Is bad for the brain when a man gets up ioo early." "That ko? Well, I know lota of fellows who owrht to stay in bed all day." Chicago Recoid. italists in establishing n southern branch for a big implement inctory. A STJIEET CHARACTER. If I remember correctly I cleared up nbout ten thousand on that deal." you try some time now Alfalfa to "WhyIf don't can walk a rope?" "Doc" Home walked into the see you aked European hotel feeling as If he were the dentist. a returned Rip Van Winkle. "Oh, I haven't thought of it for years. He had been away from Chicago only I suppose my feet are tender, too. When two months, nnd the streets seemed un- I Ubed to work in those thin gymfamiliar and changed as he came into nasium shoes the soles of my feet were the Alfalfa neighborhood. At one cor- bo hnrd you couldn't drive n tack in y building had them." ner where a stood there wns now a muddy excava-- . "Doc" smiled reminiscently, and the tlon. The hotel front, too, seemed dif- dentist, who did not wish tn tax "Doc's" ferent. There was nomething missing powers on the very first day, chnnged or something added, he couldn't tell the topic of conversation. which. Perhaps the explanation was "So you lost your sister?" &aid he. that he now looked nt the old building "Yes; poor Louise. I hadn't seen with a refreshed Interest. her very often in late years, but when There were two strangers seated in sho was 20 years old she was admitted the, office, but they lowered their pato be the most beautiful girl in eastern pers and studied "Doc" ns if he were a Ohio. She was a very stranger. woman up to a few months ago, when As usual, there wns no one behind tho her health began to fail. I didn't tell desk. The Alfalfa hotel usually took you, did I, that she left some of her care of itself the patrons taking the property to me?" setting keys from the pigeon-hole"No, Doc,' you didn't; but 1 am glad down "calls" on the slate nnd hunting to hear It." for mail out of the assortment left by "She was n widow, had no children. the postman. and she left her property to be divided vnlisc between my brother. Col. Mortimer "Doc" put his new on the floor nnd removed his new black Home, of Pulermo, nnd me. Did you derby hat with the swathe of crape ever hear of Col. Hornc?" around it. "I believe 1 have." The day woa damp nnd muggy, and "He's n very prominent member of the "Doc's" bald frontal wns dewy with per- bar in Ohio. It is supposed that Mort spiration. gave Oeu. Grant tho outline of the "Anybody at home?" he asked. Vicksburg campaign. I have a clipping The strangers did not condescend to somewhere in my trunk in which he reply, and "Doc" felt more than ever tells about it. Wonderfully interesting like a Rip Vnn Winkle. man, Mort, is. -Well. If It ain't 'Doc!'" "Did tho estate amount to much?" It was the lightning dentist.' He asked the dentist, who could not conslapped "Doc" on the shoulder with a ceal his curiosity. fnmlllnrlty which would not have been "Wo can't tell yet, until we get mnt-pardoned under other circumstances. ters straightened out. Most of the "Yes, my boy, back again back to property is in land and lots. My share the old hom." may amount to oh, I don't know may be $15,000." Tm mighty glad to see you. All the boys hnve been asking nbout you." "Well, great Scott! 'Doc let me con"They're all here, I suppose?" " gratulate you. That's a great "No, haven't you heard? Why, say, and the lightning dentist beamed as he Doe, this hns seemed like n different shook "Doc's" hand. place since you went awny. Let's sit "Yes, that helps," said "Doc," down." thoughtfully, as he fingered his tuft of They snt on the aide of the office chin whiskers. "Still, it doesn't look where a dim daylight fell from the so big to a man who has been accusstreet windows, nnd the lightning den tomed to dealing with large sums all tist gnve "Doc" a long, pale cigar with his life. It isn't much compared to a red and gold label nrpund it. what I made on tjiat C. H. & D. deal ; yet, "You henrd about tho banjo man, nt the present juncture, as 1 say, it helps." didn't you?" asked the dentist. "I havent heard a word. I've been The lightning dentist knew that for very busy settling the affairs of xny sis two years "Doc" had been living from ter's estate. I had a lawyer and an ac hand to mouth, relying on a "snap" job countant to help me, but nil the respon- in the city hall. Therefore the picture of "Doc" holding $15,000 between thumb sibility practically rested on me." "We heard nbout your sister's death. and forefinger and smiling nt it indifWas It unexpected?" ferently was by far the most pictur"Well, you go ahead and tell me what's esque performance ever given by the happened here nnd 111 give my story remarkable old gentleman. "1 suppose you'll go back there and later." settle down?" ventured the dentist. "You know tho banjo plnyer?" "No. slrl No, I'll do nothing of the "The one who wrote songs?" "Yes. Well, lie's married married kind. I've got n cousin down there who the week after you wen't away. She's offered to give me one whole end of his an actress, and they went on the stage house, but 1 couldn't stand it. It was together. He can sing some and play too quiet. They went to bed nt sunthe banjo, and they saj she's quite a down und got up in the middle of the dancer. They act ut these continuous night. The street cara ran two miles apart, nnd when I'd look down the houses." "Well, well. Is our other friend drink- street I'd see about four people. I'll tell you I got uneasy before I left. L ing ns hnrd as ever?" "Who, the lush? Well, sir, he's try-In- wanted to be back among you boys. his hardest to quit. There was where I could see people passing In three days last week that he didn't drink front and hear an elevated train once in nnything but ginger and some new cider nvhilc May be, when I'm older, I'll they've got in at the bar. Then one wnnt to go out on a sldo street in a night he got with some fellow, who was country town and sit down and vegeas here buying n stock of goods, and he tate, but up to this time I'mNo, much of sir; you a city man as I ever was. got nn awful 6knte." enn't get rfd of me. I'm here to stay." A. man of good in"Too bad, too bad. Chicago Hecord. stincts, yes, sir. It's too bad." philosophy. "The real estate fellow is out on the A girl's ideaof apretty wedding dress road, advertising a cough medicine, or something like that. There wasn't any- is one that cannot possibly be of any use thing doing in his line here. I think he to a woman after Bhe has married. If we had to wait until a woman lifted owes the house a little money." her veil in order to kiss her we would "Does the drummer ever come in any lose all uppctltc and wouldn't kiss her moro?" "Yes; he's been here twice a day or at all. When people talk gossip at a church two at a time. But we've got two new society meeting they do it with many ones, 'Doc,' a bicycle mnn and a book agent. You want to look out, 'Doc' exclamations of pity and regret, but That bicycle man will sell you n wheel they talk it, just the same. Times have changed. A few year before he's known you nn hour." ago, when a man sat up and talked "I don't think so. I have a friend in the manufacturing business who has politics his women folks looked at each offered to make me a present of the other as much as to say: "Isn't he smart ?" Now when he talks politics finest wheel thnt's manufactured." "Do you think you could learn to ride, they interrupt and contradict him and talk politics themselves. Doc?'" The greatest man in tho world is the "Doc" chuckled and rubbed the ash plug man, who pays his debts, from his cigar ngainst the arm of the plain, supports his family fairly, well and chair. never does anything remarkable. These "You weren't out here that evening remarkable men, who are thoroughlast summer when sorm of the boys breds for a time und then rob alt their dared me to try to ride n wheel? I for- friends, are to be avoided. Atchiaoa got who nil were there, but turned the Globe. laugh. I jumped on that wheel, rodo There never j'et was an architect down tho street, turhed around and on earth who planned a hoot tsfl came back without a wobble." didn't cost more than the eiUMtt. "Why, when did you learn?" four-storwell-preserv- And their hearts In the years They thereafter abldo Are the sweeter because Of Hope's promise Inside. -- Frank Putnam. In Chicago Times-Heral- d. s, tnn-eolor- l $12,-00- 0, pick-up,- a cr T4 u i i & 1- - 1 '1 . .minium ) in km it'll VuYn7 niiii1i in nwiwiiilrftlrfirwWiTSVmf itimii Tr n i in nMmrrnrfril ruita-ir- - rt.nrrill taj' .., im '"l" ' ''" '" " 5CC rsc yTWitfmsgs: H- HORSE TALK. Vitcllo, 2:10, will reappear upon the turf this year. Bright Light, 2:08, is wintering at Terro Haute, Iud. Tho Vermont trotter Kendall, 2:18. has been set to pacing. Tho trotting season in Franco will open at Pau on Feb. 25. Hayden, 3, 2:13, pacing, will "do" the grand circuit of 18117. May 25 to 2D are tho'dntcs for Philadelphia's next horso show. Jockey Murphy has been reinstatedi on the San Francisco tracks. Tom Judge, 2:25J, ran nwny nnd knocked down n hip recently. Chance, 2:12, won eight races nnd two second moneys last season. Kaiser, 2:28H, tno son of Georgo Wilkes, is to bo sold at auction. Wernberg, it is thought, has permanently broken down at Now Orleans. Tho pacer Bullmont, 2:09, is generally considered tho fastest sleigh horse in Chicago. J. Abrams has sold to Pat Dnnno tho bay colt Sweet William, by THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., - CURRENT MISCELLANY. Attention is called iu The Foundry to a crushed mass of castings now lying in a scrap yard at Pittsburg, which demonstrates tho tremendous pressure of water at a great depth. It was constructed for a diving bell, designed for uso in Lako Michigan, and was a cube of about 6 feet, tapering slightly at both ends, tho material bohuj phosphor bronza of inch thickness. Each plato was cast with a flange, and tho plates were bolted together, tho bolts placed as near each other as was consistent with strength the side plates being further strengthened by ribs tut inch thick nnd 2 inches wide, tho entire structure being strongly braced Tho windows, intended for outlooks, wero 3 inches square, fortified with iron bars and set with glass plates an inch thick. Tho entire woight of the bell was 23,000 pounds. On completion it was sent to Milwaukee and towed out into tho lake somo 12 miles, where there was over 200 feet of water, and was sent down for a test On reaching about that depth strong timbers which had been attached to it camo to tho surfaco in a splintered state, and, on tho bell being hauled up, it was found crushed into a Rhnpclcss mass. Tho inch thick pinto gloss bulls-eye- s wero pulverized, and tho entire body of tho bell forced inward until nono of its original outlines remained. On a basis of 200 feet depth, tho preiurare thnt crushed this seemingly invulnerable structure was 80. 8 pounds per square inch, or 358.024 pounds to each side of six feet square, or 1,801.7 tons total pressure on the cube. five-eight- There Are Four Kinds of Druggists In tho world and you'll tlnd them in every town In tho country. 1. Tho druggist who sells "cheap" drills only. 2. The drtigglst'who roMs somo good drugs and somo '"cheap" ones. 3. Tho druggist who sell nothing but good drugs and charge only wlint they're worth. 4 1 ho o called exclusive druggist who sells good drugs generally and never forgets to load tlium down with exorbitant prices. Wo belong to tho third kind. Our Jpriccs and goods are right. Feb. 26, 1897 CAREER OF KOREA'S KING. Ills Life Never Lacks Spice. The king of Korea is not n, happy mail. Dcspito tho fact that his country bears tho poetic nnd coothiug namo of "Tho Land of tho Morning Calm," his existence for tho past 15 or 20 years has been exciting. It has been a continued round of sanguinary palace revolutions, of assassinations of relatives and digui-tarie- s on tho staff of this oriental monarch, of plots and conspiracies without number, nnd, nbovo nil, of more or less successful nttempts to kidnap his own sacred person. Tho different and conflicting political factious of his countrymen havo each kidnaped him in turn. So, too, havo tho Chinese, tho Jnpancso and tho Russians. Tho latter havo had him for some tirno past in their possession, a privileged prisoner at tho Muscovite legation. According to dispatches, somo of his own subjects havo recently been endear oring to recover possession of him and restore him to his royal palace. Ho is a weak and vacillating man, influenced entirely by tho persons who happen to bo with him for the timo being. During his long minority ho was dominated by his father, a wicked old prince, who tortured and killed missionaries and who by his savago and reactionary policy forced upon tho foreign powers tho first opening of tho country. Ho ha9 put to death thousands of persons, has himself twico been kidnaped and deported, and on ono occasion almost succumbed-tdetermined attempts to blow him up with gunpowder. It is ho who is supposed to bo at tho head of tho present conspiracy to kidnap tho king, his son, from tho Russian legation. As long as tho monarch remains under tho eye of tho czar's envoy tho latter's influence is predominant, whereas that of tho prince is, of course, nil. The circumstances under which the king was conveyed to his present quarters wero sufficiently dramatic even to satisfy thoso inured to tho sudden ups and downs of oriental government. Tho king was at tho timo entirely under tho influence of his wif 0, a woman of extraordinary strength of character, and who had distinguished herself by her pronounced opposition to tho control the Japanese at ono timo exercised over her husband and his kingdom. Seeing their power on tho wane nnd rightly attributing the causo thereof to tho queen, a palace revolution was organized by the mikado's envoy. The royal abodo was invaded in tho middle of tho night by a band of assassins, among whom were recognized Japanese officials, soldiers and colonists. Tho king was seized, whilo tho queen was literally hacked to pieces in tho courtyard, two of her nieces and favorite companions being burned alive on the same spot. In tho midst of all tho turmoil a party of Russian soldiers appeared upon the scene and kidnaping tho king carried him off to tho Russian legation, where he has since remained a prisoner. Korea's independence would long since have been destroyed had it not been for tho jealousies that prevail among the various powers of the orient and Occident with regard to its possession. Tho Japanese are anxious to have it, not only on account of its enormous but as yet undeveloped mineral wealth, but also because it practically commands the Japanese archipelago, and in the hands of any powerful nation, such as Russia, England or even China, would constitute a perpetual menaco to tho land of the mikado. Tho Chinese are desirous to havo it, because its occupation by a foreign power is a peril to the northern portion of their empire. The Russians need it as a terminus for their Traussiberian railroad and as an all tho year round headquarters for their navy nnd army on tho Bhores of tho Pacific. England, Germany nnd even tho United States nro nnxions to prevent nuy foreign power from getting hold of tho kingdom and closing it to their trado. It may bo added that tho only foreigners for whom tho king has over hhown any regard and confidence have been tho Americans, and up to within four years previous to the outbreak of tho war between Chiua and Japan the influence of the United States predominated at Seoul. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. E. C. Walt ok, Business Manager. lie Has Ileen Kidnaped nnd Deported, and PEL NNY'S DRUG STORE. UDDGRCAKinG BY !3rKlKK3. Thorn who attend the inauguration of President SIcKinley should go to Washington over the picturesque Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, as it is the only lire combining every essential feature of an attractive tourist route, namely, varied and beautiful scenery, historic Interest and superior track and train service. Trains re run by the block system and are light' cd by electricity, heated with steam and carry through (lining cars The clockwork regularity of its schedule and the perfection of its equipment has made the 'F. P. V Limited"' the most famous railroad train of America. For rates and other information address O B. Ryan, G. P. A , 0. & O. Railway, Cincinnati, Ohio. Fitz James-Oliv- e. r The Chesapeake & Ohio having been decided on by the State executive republican committee as the official line to carry the Kentucky delegation to Reduced Rates to Washington . arrangements are being made by the company to handle the entire delegation with the same comfort and luxuries as are afforded on all regular C. & O. vestibuled trains. In order to faclliate matters and to form a correct estimate of the number going, you are requested to send in your name for sleeping car space as early as possible . A round trip rate of one fare ($14.55 from Lexington, Winchester, and Mt. Sterling) and correspondingly low rates from all central Kentucky points has been made for the occasion. Tickets will be on sale March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, good to return March 4th, 5th, Cth, 7th and 8th. Two limited vestibuled trains each way dally. Leave Lexington 12:25 a. m., and 8:35 p. M., arriving at Washington at 0:50 a. m. and 3:40 P. M. next day, from three to five hours quicker than via Cincinnati. For scenic beauty the C. & O. has no equal east of the Rocky mountains. George W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, Lexington, Ky. the inauguration, A syndicato has been formed for tho purposo of purchasing tho race track property at Hollister, CaL The California legislature is now in cession and will likely bo called upon to pass a bill against poolrooms. There are as many jockeys as touts nt Now Orleans. Fully 200 are hovering around the Crescent City track. Eight hundred thousand dollars is stated to bo tho value of tho 60 acres comprising tho Buffalo driving park. Russellwood, by Atwood, owned by Messrs. Curry & Holtleii, Marietta, O. , won about $2,000 tho past season. Colonel Kuser, 2:11 V4, tho Maryland stallion, will niako a short stud season in the spring and then bo campaigned. by John R. Gentry, A 2:00K owned by Dr. J. H. Put ton of Trenton, Mo., is said to bo very promising. Tho management at Latonia has decided to put several rnces for gentlemen jockeys on tho programmo nt tho spring meeting. J: C. M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Direotor. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room Opposite Court-Hou- sc Prince Bismarck's Study. "Count Bismarck's study, as ho called it iu English, was a room of no great sizo nor furnished with any splendor. It was comfortable, nothing more," writes Mr. Oeorgo W. Smalley in Tho Ladies' Homo Journal. "There was a rug on tho varnished floor of tho usual hard wood. A largo writing desk, littered with papers, stood in tho right hand corner on tho farther side. There wero few books. A print or two hung BKEKaEH 09! STANFORD FETCHLE WILLIAM 8HELTON. Tho Second Swiion of C0LLEC6. President. 1800 07 Cnta-loguo. WOMAN'S WEAR. Black net with chcuillo dots is used for evening dresses. Pointed shoes, which for a timo seemed to bo losing ground, are now showu with tho toes more pointed than any before put upon the market. Black satin overgaiters with patent leather straps are liked by dressy women. Thoso of plainer tastes prefer them xnado of fino cloth or velvet. Eton jackets of fur and cloth jackets with wide fur revers complete the most fashionable skating costumes, which are often made of velveteen or corduroy. Shoulder wraps of crochet are very pretty and becoming, but unless tho stitch is selected with an eyo to durability they soon become draggy and worthless. Velvet is tho most fashionable material for short street coats. They are edged with fur or plain, but tho front shows a full vest of somo soft loco or light colored silk. Ono of tho latest Parisian novelties in seal is a capo full and short enough to meet the waist lino and trimmed around a littlo way from the edgo with lines of gold braid put in throo groups of four, three and two. Gold braid and gold and silver threads ore a telling feature of dress decoration this season, and boleros and entire y waists are mado of a cloth of gold. braid is employed for belts, with a gold clasp in rococo designs. Gold effects in any form are much sought after. Coat bodices of light fancy brocade Bilks are worn for afternoon dress with dark skirts of cloth or silk. They have the full soft vests of lace or chiffon, a short, rippled basque lined with a plain color and a narrow bolt of velvet or jeweled galou across the bock and sides. Now York Sun. Mil-itar- HEMP BREAKER breakers Wanted, at once, 10 experienced hemp Have 75 acres to break. R. M. West, Hyattsville, Ky. "BIG 4." KOUTE. The Dest Line toand From TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Polnti In Michigan. 2CTH, 1897. ON MONDAY, on tho walls. A sideboard stood iu tho center, near the writing table, and For full Information nbout Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New there were nrmchnirs. It was a working Stanford, Ky. Address, MKS. NANNIES. SAUFLEY, Lady Phincii-ai- , room. Nono of tho coquetry or luxury which somo hard workers like to surround themselves with was visible. There was 110 lack of comfort, but comfort had not been tho thing chiefly when the room had been furnished. Tho palace, as a whole, though A A on a largo scale, with large rooms and many of them, had no great splendor. Tho impression, as of other official resiTho Increasing- demand for a dally newspaper nt a prlco which puts It dences which I, afterward saw, was ono within tho reach of every person In Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee, county In Kentucky and has been met by the Louof dignity. Tho appointments were suffijoutnern Indiana; nss a isville Tost. This com cient, tho rooms overloaded sometimes special staff correspondent plete afternoon dally will In Washington, and thorsend the Kcnln Tost with ornament, but left rather bare of ough and rcllablo men at every week day In tho furniture." year to any address, by Frankfort. Full market reports, choice miscelmall. postnKo pnld, for It A Picture of Oraat m s Cadet. lany, short stones, worn- Evening Tost Is tho Tho nn'a ti vj nil Ih. ariArt. brightest and best After"I remember Grant well," nays GenEdition of the ins- - news.' Editorially the noon dally In tho South. eral D. M. Frost "Ha was a small felstrongest paper In the It prints the full AssoSouth. Neatly printed on low, actlvo and muscular. His hair was ciated Press dispatches, Bend flne paper. supplemented by corre for a reddish brown aad his eyes gray blue. sample copy. Address rrotn every spondence all liked him, and ho took rank We LOUISVILLE, KY. EVENING soon as a good mathematician and enCLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. gineer and aa a capital horseman. He bad no bad bnbita whatever and was a groat favorite, though not a brilliant fellow. "Ho couldn't or wouldn't dance. He bad no facility in conversation with the ladies a total absenoe of elegance and naturally showed off badly in contrast with tho young southern men, who prided themselves on being finished in the waya of tho world. Sooially the Is the certainty of fulfillment southern men led. At tho parties whioh wero given occasionally in tbo dining of each and every one of them. When you leave hall Grant had small part I nover your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranknow Grant to attend a party. I don't tee that you will have an accurate and reliable time-piecsuppose in all his first year bo entered a privato bouse." McCluro's Magazine. - OPENED JANUARY con-sidere- d DAILY PAPER FOR - $2.00 YEAR!' THE POST, Back oF My e. CHICAGO. "White City Special." Kest Terminal button. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel BOSTON. Wagner bleeping Cars. Outlet I'arlor Can", Waener Sleeping Cars, I'rlvat Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches mid Dining Cam NEW YORK. lie sure your ticket read rla "BIO YOVli " K. O. McCOKMICK, V. II. MAltTIX, I'asaenjcrlTrarnc M;r., Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt. CINCINNATI, OHIO. FADS IN JEWELRY Flexible bracelets 6ct with jewelB are a popular Btylo. Gem jewelry is worn in greater profusion than before in many years. Muff chains are in evidence. When of gold, with gems sot at intervals, they becomo coveted treasures. Quito now are tho lorgnettes with short gold sticks wrought in openwork pattern after antiquo designs. Cigarette cases of gold and jeweled amber holders, mado expressly for tho fair sex, find, it is told, numerous patrons. Tho leading stylo in fans is tho small empire or Mario Antoinette affair. Tho sticks are of pearl, amber, tortoise shell or horn. Watches ore small in size, open faced, and receive their ornamentation chiefly on tho back of tho case, though tho dial is often encircled with gems. Elsio Beo in Jewelers' Circular. SO VIA XPKR1ENCI. Waked by Telephone. Tho Johnstown Telephone company has all night service at its central office, and, according to tho Johnstown TribTNADI MARKS une, has established in connection thereDESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Ao. with a unique method of ' holping out Aaron sending ketch and description may thoso of its subscribers who do not care qulcklr ascertain, free, whether an rnrentlonU probably patentable. Communtcatlona strictly to trust4ljemselve8 to get up nt a cerconfidential. Oldest swency foraecurtn patents Washington office. tn America. We hare tain desircd'hour without somo outside Patent taken through ltnnn ft Co. reoelra assistance. It is a cull system, somespecial notice In tha thing on the style of that in vogue at SCIENTIFIC) AMERICAN, tho hotels. Tho subscriber who wishes beautifully Illustrated, largest circulation of any scientific journal, weekly, terms f&U) a years to wake at a certain hour calls up cenSUOslx mouths. Hpectmen copies and ilAXD Book om 1atmts seat free. Address tral and tells tho operator, who "makes MUNN CO., a noto ou't. " When the set hour arMl Broadway. HewYsrk. rives, the operator rings up tho subscriber who made the request. If ho turns over and fondly imagines it's'on-lan alarm clock, ho U badly fooled, as the telephone bell will keep jingling until on answer is turned in to ccutraC giving assurauco that tha sleeper is awoke. In tho somo manner, if a physician is called for and cannot bo reached, if requested, he will be notified of tho call "Wanted. as soon as ho can be reached and told Parties baring inventions they wish to pro- whence it came. tect should procure their patent through our y liOTJJES PATENTS lrQgytjEJOlP Fatents ITEMS OF INTEREST. In his book on "Tho Education of tho Central Nervous System" R. P. Halleck says, "Jt is probablo that ono seldom gets an absolutely now idea into his head after ho is 30. " After witnessing a football gamo in tho City of Mexico iu which ono player was seriously injured Mexican papers condemned tho gamo as brutal, expressing the opinion that tho Latin race was too hot blooded to play it. A Brussels paper relates that not long ago the Prince of Monaco killed a whalo on tho coast of Africa and mado a present of it to some fishermen, who, on catting open tho whole's body, found in it a large amount of ambergris, whioh they sold fcr $80,000. agency. Inventor's Manual, a book containing cost of patents, modo of procedure, etc., and Maine Wants a Park. other information, sent for He. stamp. OurlUt of patents wanted, for which largemmi It is planued to present to the Maine of money are offered, sent with theHanual.free. legislature a project to set apart a natWe And purchasers for patents procured through onr Agency. Branch offices In all the ural park, which shall bo kept by the principal cities and In all foreign countries. state for a breeding ground for fish and THE WORLD'S PROGRESS, 01-807 M J. Bailsy, Manager, PLUM T., CINCINNATI, O aur to sssestftew this pptr O. game, in which there shall be no killing and from which all the woods and waters of Maine shall be stocked. Boston Hwald. The Tho namo forgetmenot originated in tho following legend: A German knight and his lady wero walking on tho bank of tho Danube, when tho fair ono saw a beautiful tuft of Myosotis palustris growing in tho water and expressed a wish to havo it With chivalrous alacrity tho knight at onco plunged into tho river and gathered his prize, but before ho could regain tho steep and slippery bank, incumbered ns he was by his heavy armor, ho was drawn by tho treacherous eddy into a deep pooL Finding ho could not savo himself, ho throw the flowers ashore to his mistress as ho sank and uttered with his last breath tho words "Forget mo not" Hence this flower has conio to In universally regarded B0 tho emblem of fidelity. Tho botanical namo is derived from two Greek words signifying "a mouso'a car," from a fancied rofcmblanoo in ' shape, The- Flrsrt Dictionary. Tho first dictionary was compiled by Paout-sho- , a Chinaman, who lived about 1100 B. C. It contained about 40,000 characters, moat of them hieroglyphics. Tho first Latin dictionary was compiled by Yarro, who died 28 B. O. "Onomaa-ticon,- " a collection of vocabularies in Greek, by Julius Pollux, waa published about 177 A. D. Tho first Hebrew dictionary for modern use was compiled by John E. Avcnar in 1021. Every state in Europe except England hod prepared under government authority a standard dictionary of its own language, Tho standard dictionaries of England havo been prepared under tho auspices of tho universities. Lacy Merino. It is not tho custom in Mexico to do business or anything else, far that matter at the breakneck speed so often believed necessary in tho United States. It is 8 or 0 o'clock before offices and houses are open, and important tho custom of closing stores for an hoar and a half nr two hours betwean 19 sad 8 o'clock Ls still very generally .observed By 7 o'clock in tho ovening'tb windows and doers are boarded up again, and by the timo it ls fairly dark there is hardly a sign of tho handsome display windows, but in their stood a solid wall of secwaly locked wooden of and iron shutter that cover artery-hflam "Modern Mexico." Forg-etmeno- t. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. THOMAS DALTON. B. K. WEAREN & SON -- Dealers In- - Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c. Agents for - Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. H. G. HURLEY, THEMER6HANTTfilL0R -- Is) Receiving his- - SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed THE ILUK-OIA- Give him a Call. It a HUD lknUrii Durcc Jmej US BOSS, My breeders were selected from the txwt herds of of this famous brwxl of swine In sersrsl States A splendid lot of pigs of dlllerent agvs for sale, Ored sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address it R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. I K I. i I . Gknuini: Hill onionH and Hill onion Bbat His Child. J. P. Hubbard, Blub-Ghas- s Nursehibs. In anoth21E3ST. . II Ill sets for seed. IligginH & McKlnncy. who is studying law here, says that An- er column will be found tho advertiseTHE INTERIOR JOURNALJ UOHN'. to tho wife of Mr. T. F. Spink dy Lockland, of Mndlson, whlppsd his A Farm of 15G Acre, of which 40 acres sterling concern which on Tuesday night, girl. A.J. Eahp, tho photographer, al- young child nearly to death and a mob ment of thishave our learned to patronize are to be cultiratnl in corn. The remainder ways up to tho times, now gives free i ucll in with the absolute assurance that every- chard ftHX) tjragx; hat a tplemlid apple orStanfoud. Kv., - Fun. 26, 1897 I WILL toll rough lumber unci shin- with each dozen of Cabinet pictures a was in pursuit of him, when ho left. bearing fruit trees. Th it farm of thing they get from it will be gles as low ns anybody. A. C. Sine. 1(1x20 Enamel Argentic Portrait, itself Tub report gained currency Tues- sented. Mr. II. F. Ilillenmyer, us repre- it a portion of the Ureenbcmj llriyht farm. tho pro- Will rent privately, but if not rented before Stkxoouai'iIY and typewriting dono alone worth tho price of the whole. As day nignt that a mob was coming to prietor, lias been in tho business all his County Court day, March 8, 1807, will on E. C. WaI.TO.V, JJU8I.'IS MaNWUKK. correctly and reasonably at the iNTini- - the oiler is for a limited time, you had rescue Frank Brooks and Jailer De- - life and esUibllshed a reputation for that day rent it at public auflion at the better see him at once. . ....... in fftnnfnnl. , . .. .Kir furSi... .',. Bord put Conslablcs Bailey and Bone-die- t, t( ,111.1 ,iIOH .lOLMl.VAI. olllcu. fair dealing and knowledge of the bus- formation, apply toythe Deputy Shcritr Newlund nnd oth You should tnko your prescriptions to gave us a Cokkbb. J. W. Cochran iness thut extends nil over the State. HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, SKI.HNDIO selection of new spring e ers on guard. Tho raiders Penny's drug Mure where prompt nnd Stanford, Ky. and summer goods. Call and sue them. sample of the colTee raised by Elder came through town about midnight und Read his ad. and patronize him. icrvice In guaranteed Jacob Nowland, of Garrard. It looks. Best grades the market alTords. II. C. very much like white beans and is cov-- l tho party thought thoy were In for a SUBD. According to this dispatch, A Nice Home For Ruploy. i.i .i. PERSONALS. . ercd by a sortof skin which has to be tight sure, und were much relieved which wo reproduce from the Courier-Journa- l, when they rode on without scarcely A HOY has come to gladden the before it Is the INTBUIOII JOUKNAL will I desire to cil privately the I). L. J. Fit.mn:, of Richmond, was hearts of Rev. and Mrs. George P. removeO made quite used. Mr. New- looking at the jail. land has a reputation and have to answer to a damage suit in Bell frame dwelling in Middlcburc, formerly hero Tuesday. Taubman, whom they have named Ned some money by raising colfee, for Just So. The free turnpike ques- county, though we have hud no other owned nnd occupied by Jno . Wilcher, Ui:v. S. M. Cook, of Hurgln, Is vis- Henley. which he has orders from all over tho tion still agitates our people and the notice. As we hnvo money to burn, containing tivo big rooms and many modern conveniences There arc nil necessaiting rolatlvcH hero. tax payers will groan and swear beforo such small suits as tho&ecalllngfor?5,-00- 0 ry outhouses, all in good repair, nnd an harness, factory made country. Mils. Dlt. L. H. COOK visited friends excellent small orchard and good well. the end is reached. The little roads don't bother us in the least. harness, collars, hames, fee, a surnplo fit Hnrrodsburp; thin week. Ghbbn. Benjamin Franklin Green particulars. Pinevillc, Ky., Feb. 23. A libel suit Write me for furtherW. McWHOKTEH, Madison, is a line of saddles. All cheap for cash. J. died at his homo at Junction City, Feb. already thrown ojkmi amount to but litMitH.ICUMA Koyck, of JAMES tle to the public and never will. As a was filed in tho Bell circuit court toC. McClary. 01 lm Middleburg, Catcy Co . Ky. 10, and was buried at Danville. guest at tho Cnrjonter House. Ho rule, those who clamored loudest for day by Houston Ball, of Middlesboro, Hm-riFolby, of Crab was born in Bowling Green, Dec. b, Miss THB reservoir dum stood tho sovcro free roads pay but little tux and very against W. P. Walton, editor and pubis with tho Misses Do Hoard. and formerly lived in Stunford. test during the recent freshet and no little toll. That class is much in the lisher of the Stanford Intbhioh JOUR! MK. T. S. Wkhii, Jit., of Knoxvlllo, fears need bo entertained about it In About six years ago while here he had majority when the votes are counted. Plalntltr alleges that on Junuary NAL. a stroke of paralysis, which atTected his sjHjnt Wednesday with his wife hero. tho future. I have opened up a Candy ManufactoHustonvillo cor. Advocate. 20, 1897, tho INTBIUOR JOURNAL con- ry on Lancaster Street and can Mil. JOHNS. HUCiliKS, of Stanford, entire right side. Since thut time he supply LOOK IlBiti:. You can buy your lias had two strokes, from the last of was hero Friday. Somerset Paragon. Tub Caledonians will present the fol- tained an article that was damaging to FRESH CANDV his character, and asks judgment in the e HON. C. W. Mittcai.k, of l'inoville, corn, hay, oats (seed or feed), cow feed which he died. Ho was a brother of lowing program at the wns liero on logal business Wednesday. and the best and chouot coal, nut and Mrs. Margaret Cosby, who died three Saturday night, 27th: Prayer, Dr. W. sum of $5,000. Of Many Varieties and Superior ExcelThis is the item referred to and was lency every day Mr W. Curtis Egbert, years ago, and was a Mil. O. T. McUoiKltT8,of Drodhend, lump, at Noel it Son's. B. O'Bannon; Opening Address, L. M. caught from tho dispatches. We never an experienced maker, is in charge and his daughter is hero on routo to visit Lewis; Declamation, Sam E. Hays; SoLast Call. You must pay your 181)0 man, devoted to his relatives and lo, gnarantces satisfaction. Give us n call friends. at Lowell. Miss Maud Varnon; Declamation, heard of either of the parties beforo, tax on or before Murch 10th, 1807, or J. A STEPHENSON. Miss Lii.mi: Waui:, 0110 of Harding Waters; Recitation, and of course had no malicious intent your property will bo advertised. T. Small Pkoi'LB. The smallest pair Robert tho publication, which was made in county's fairest, is visiting rel- D. Newlund, S. L. C. Miss Stella Ballon; Declamation, Jus. in of people for their ages that have been atives at May wood. M. Suutley; Solo, Miss Annie Straub' good faith simply as un item of news. seen hero for many a day were in town Charley Ball, a Middlesboro merWOVBN wire and oak picket fence, Miss Li:na Palm Kit, a Garrard Recitation, Miss Maggie Bright; Solo, They were William Har- Miss Clara Mershon; Debate, I desire to sell my Is guest nt MessrH. W. the most economical fence in tho mar- Wednesday. county beauty, "Resolv- chant, gave his brother Houston, $200 Only millinery storo Millinery Storo and Location. In town. Any one desiring rison Hunt and sister, Mary, who live I am selling it at about cost of H.and Tom Traylor's. ed that a Lawyer is Justifiable in De- to deposit in bank, but ho lit out with same would nnd It to their Interest to apply at ket. on Cedar Creok in the East End of the once. For psrtlcuUn address. G. M. Davison, M. C, and Dr. It. L. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. fending his Client when he Knows him it and has not since been heard of. MISS CALVERT, Junction City, Ky. county. The former is ll and weighs Davison, his private secretary, will to bo Wrong." Atlirmative, Prof. E. IVi poands while the latter is 27 and tips A HKi crowd from here will attend leave for Washington Monday. L. Grubbs nnd L. R. Hughes; negative, the Warn at only 40. They are chil- A. M. Warren and who has locn the minstrels at Huston villo Miss Jknnik Paynk, J. L. Beazlcy. Pavisiting Mrs. Joo Severance, returned Go and help a good cause as well as dren of Marlon Hunt nnd wife and are per by James T. Menefee. Barnes s Idiots. They were hero witli their performance. witness a Is always the result of a perfect-fittinto her home at London, yesterday. Wearen, Secretary. mother and attracted a good deal of ato Mlts. T. J. Fostkii went over to corset, which is one of the most import Foot CL'T.Willium Stratton cut ClHCUiT Coukt. The trial of C. G. Tuesday to seo hr latest grand- one of his feet severely while chopping tention. The mother is a rather smnll woman and tho father has never weigh- Ware for obtaining goods on fulse pre- ant items of a woman's dress. son at Mr. and Mrs. Tom Metcalf 's. wood the other day. It was thought ul -- To The- ed moro than 80 iwunds. tenses from Elder J. G. Livingston, comfortable A well-fitteMlts. Aml'K Nbwi.and was down tlrst that the member would have to bo called when we went to press, resulted x2x3 Tuesday, having Inion summoned as u amputated, but tho doctors think by TURNPIKE RAIDERSTEAR DOWN and stylish gown dein his acquittal. Hon. Fontaine F. Bob-bl- tt witness In tin; llrooks cone, but was ex- hard work they can save It now. THREE GATES. defended him. Edmond Lee, pends upon the corset, cused and returned home. If in defiance of the court nnd the charged with stealing turkeys from As SOMBWHAT OK A MOVBH. G. W. Mlts. IDA Huk.ns, Miss Hottio and the leading dress of tho Cabbell tells us that ho has moved 10 grand jury, which had leon sjwcitleul-l- y Mrs. Garner, was dismissed us no witand John Anderson, makers, knowing Instructed to use its best endeavors ness npjxmred against him. George PrcaohersviUo section, left yesterday times during tho 18 years of Ills mare raid- Lewis, for disturbing religious worship, this fact, recom ried life. Three moves have not been to find out and indict tho for Springfield, III., to livo. UNUKitWooi) has rOturned equal to a tiro with him, he says, for ers, a mob of 15 or 20 men from the was fined $20. Ward Moore for gamMlts. A. mend the ing was fined $20 and the cases of the from a mouth's visit to her husband at had it proven so he would have hud to knobs, it is supposed, destroyed the gutes at Ralls Gap and tho one near others in the game continued. Jeff o long ago. Cumberland Gap and friends at Mid- - go to the "Glove-Fittin- g" town on the Stanford it Halls Gap pike Austin for assault and battery was acdlesboro, Corbin and Richmond. Watbic Mr. T. M. White writes and the one nearest town on tho Lancas- quitted. R. T. Smith, selling liquor We Carry tho Mil. J. W. Powr.i.i., who is on tho from Corbin to W. W. Withers that ter pike, Tue.-da- y night, between the unlawfully, was also acquitted. Tho jury, tells us that ho received a ill water was nearly two feet deep in his hours of 11 nnd 1 o'clock. They case of R. F. Campbell for shooting his patch from Knob Kuoxlcr, Mo., staling store and house at that place Monday. W. Raines, gate kcei)cr, on wife was continued till Saturday, 27th. J. as being THE corsetPET that his nunt, Mrs. Polly Carpenter, A number of families there were 011711 D d the Halls Gup pike und told him what L. R. Hughes was appointed un examwho visited him last summer, was at JJJJ IliJUa results.' to leave their homes while tho they had done, adding thut he must in- iner with office with J. B. Paxton. that gives the most satisfactory the point of death. streets would have floated a good sized form the directors und say to them if Two cases against G. L. Penny for sellThey are known everywhere, and ship. A vast amount of damage was any more toll was collected they would ing whisky without license were dismay be seen and purchased at all theInSvera Different Grades Wc have a HOME NEWS, done. hold him, Raines, iorsonully responsi- missed and one for selling without leading dry goods houses. If not found ble. At DANK8 has lino mantel clocks. Tub hop at Walton's Opera Houso George the Lnncastcr gute they told a prescription submitted to Special Pendleton that any further at Judge T.P.Hill. satisfactory.tliemoneywillberefundedjjnlgjj gy StOCk largely attend Fast Mail Walton's Opera House, Tuesday night was not present enjoyed tempt to collect loll would result In the Sixteen equity and common law cas-- . ed but those who were March 8th. which nave been on tho docket for themselves greatly. Among tho ladies house being blown up with dynamite. e8 UNCDON & BATCiELLERfS it Of both wnd will be plcassd to show you. The poll of this gate was taken to a years, were stricken, all the steps havXBW Mackerel and white llsh. Hig- from a distance were Misses Kate WadGENUINE jxmd several hundred yards away and ing been taken In them. glns it MeKlnnoy. dle and Susie Brinkley, of Somerset, THOMSON'S Tho case against Conductor Geo. W. Hnttie Hirsh, of Crab Orchard, anil thrown in. Tho raid seems to have ITRA0E MARrf) S SE1Z CliAio iV HociCKlt aro putting up a been to spite Mr. D. W. Vandeveer, Delph for an ulleged nssuult on Little Mattle Elkln. of Lancaster. A number awning. who owns a large interest in both pikes Cora Peucock was dismissed on motion of I,nucatcr and Danville gentlemen und who has refused to accept the of Commonwealth's Attorney Owsley, GAKUKX und tlowor seed, sweet jhnib were present. amount offered him. He says that such who endorsed on the indictment thut now is tho time to plant. W. U. Me Nakuow Escait.. Everett, the lit- doings doesn't frighten him at all and ho did so ut the request of the child's Roberts. A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each ?10's Worth of Goods. tle sou of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Harp, had that ho intends that toll shall be col- family. The grand jury was not in session We have just opened n largo and comprehensive stock of Faumbks will remember that A. I). a narrow escape from burning Tuesday. lected as usual, if he has to do it himMcNalr will give a free lecture here While his mother was in an adjoining self with u shot gun. He blumes the yesterday. It has returned 10 indictments so far, nearly all for misdemeanthis, Friday, afternoon. room his clothing caught tire in some whole business on tho ropublleun oill- - ors. way and had she not heard the screams cers, who made the race on a free road The trial of Frank Brooks for the I WILL sell you best quality steel &0. and rushed to the little fellow's rescue platform und made all kinds of prom- murder of John Novels, a section forerooting nearly as cheap as you can buy Tho ladies are especially invited to see our new lino of Dining he would have burned to death. Mrs ises to secure votes. We aro reaping man on tho L. it N. nt Crab Orchard, ltockers, Enameled Heds, Easles, Pictures, Ac Picturo Frames made to order. Tablos, Work shingles. A. C. Sine. Harp's hands were badly burned but now what these irresjxjnsiblc follows wus begun Wednesday. Only five ju- and price guaranteed Inspect our line of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades STANTOHI) is to have another patter fortunately her son ccucd without in sowed. Mr. Vundoveer says- he knows rors were obtained from the regular In a few weekH. J. II. Sowdor will bo jury. his rights und will maintain them. Tho panel nnd 25 others were ordered to be & CO. A. tho editor and it will lo Independent in county will have to pay him for all summoned for examination. The reqTub friends of Dr. J. M. Harris, who proiwrty thut it permits mobs to de uisite number were obtained from X)lltiCS. these lived at Junction City 20 years or more stroy. by 2 v. M. and tho examination of witJt'STTO Think. Sauer Kraut, Cab ago, will be glad to hear that he is do nesses began. The jury is as follows: bage, Potatoes, Heans, Hominy, Grits lag finely In his profession at Los An Col. Wbluh Canbs Adams. Great C. C. Bishop, D. C. Allen, Dink Farand all kinds of good tilings at Wurron geles, t'al. He Is a son of tho late Rev excitement was created a little after mer, W. P. Carson, Charles Adams, A. & Shanks'. . Aaron Harris, a noted Baptist preach- noon Tuesday by tho caning of J. W. B. MeKlnnoy, A. C. Carman, B. F. Guak. Tho L. it N. will soil er of Wayne county. Tho doctor sends Adams, the coal man, by Col. W. G. Goodo, George Maiiih Wo havo added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected .stock of General Lawson, M. J. Morgan, and until March 1, with money for subscription to tho Intbii-IO- Welch, the tickets lawyer. Tho E. S. Arnold, Merchandise and aro now prepared to John Rice. 15 days limit, nt 0110 faro for tho round- Jot'ltNAL, adding: "I have been streets were full of cople at tho tlmo This is the second trial of tho case, and tho loud talking and heavy blows trip to New Orleans on account of tho t iking the Courier-Journfor there having been a hung jury ut a speFoot- Mardi Cras. years, but its political ponition in tho toon drew their attention. It was over cial term of thejeourt held in Decemin a moment though and each man suit to a wedding outfit Tun Shoe advertisement of W. II. late campaign lets me out." ber. It will be J remembered thut Any thing you want from an ovory-dawent his way, no otllccr upieuring to Brooks Our stock of Shanks will arrest tho attention at killed Novels in Edmiston's Bbat tub Toll Gatb and hot once. Read it and try a pair of Zolg Bbat. Mr. W. F. Abrahams had an arrest tho parties or quiet tho disturb- storo at Crab Orchard, tho trouble arisance. It seems thut Adums hud dispu- ing over Ncvols ler's on the guarantees that it is tho experience in trying to beat a report to tho company o ted an account brought against him by best shoo on tho market. on n horse that Brooks claimed was ineuro him Mrs. Welch and had used Wednesday that will perhaps some hard jured by tho cars. As before, Messrs. Notions, Shoes, Chinawarc, Glassware, QuecnBwnro, &c was never more complete. of such attempts In the future. By tak- words to her. Sho told Pkouaulk local snows tho colonel, R. 'C. Warren, Robert Hurding and Purtly cloudy, light cold wave Fri- ing the cut olT pike ho could save 12 who armed himself, and went in Harvey Holm ure representing tho acday, said yesterday's dispatch. Tho cents. Ho took it and hadn't gone far search of Adams. Meeting him ho cused, while Messrs. C. C. Williams, rains ceased Tuesday night and since beforo his horse and buggy began to drew his pistol and said, "You called of Mt. Vernon, and W. G. Welch aro sink and soon were nearly out of sight, my wife a fool, nowdefend yourself." has boon olear and cold. aiding the prosecution. mud nt the Logan's Creek ford. at tho same tlmo cocking tho in the weaion Mkaslks. - There aro two cases of He managed to get out In some way, in Adams' face. lie did not deny it, Novels' dying statement was read. It said thut he was eating oysters when followin g house- - but getting tho horo and vehicle out measles at each of tho but responded that sho had called him Brooks anno into tho storo. Ho asked Dr. W. Penny's cost him $1. He reached town finally, es: A. A. Warretrs. Something new in the realm of Hcnlth and Ih gicne It is names tlrst, and said ho was not armed. him to join him, when Brooks cursed for the benefit of every man, woman nnd child. It is nature's and Mrs. J. 13. Portmnn's. Thoro aro a muddler und a mudder man, exactly Welch thou dropped his pistol on tho him and applied a vile epithet. Ho regreat helper in tlio Use of tho justly cclebrnted economical many other cuses in town. $1.20 out in money und a good deal of ground und belabored him with his cano Vapor Hath Folding Cabinet for Homes. A complete RusTho morul of this story is ob till ho was nearly cxhuustod, Adams sponded in kind and Brooks went out, temper. sian Medicated or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs TreatTHK V. A. M.'s, President Miss Jenreturning immediately with a pistol, vious. ment by your own fireside at a nominal cost. All physicians claiming that owing to a recent run with which he struck him over the head nie Newlund and Vieo President Mies endorso it nnd it is now in use in many Hospitals of the Stella Hallou, will givo an entertainUlllTHOAY PAHTY. Miss Myrtle Bee away, ho was physically unable to and would have knocked him down country and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect euro for La Grippe, Khoumntism, Neuralgia, ( olds, Skins ment at tho College Friday evening, O'Buunou, little daughter of Dr. and much more than walk, lie was con but for the counter. Brooks then shot Diseases, Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidney and Liver TrouMarch 5th", for tho benetlt of tho labra- - Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon, celebrated her siderably bunged up, but not seriously him and ho fired two shots at Brooks bles, and is Woman's Ilest Friend After a vnnor bath lust feo will bo small. 10th birthday, Wednesday, by giving a hurt. No ono blumes Col. Welch for missing him. Tho statement tory. Tho admission concludes before going to bed, you will say no other bath is comparablo to it. It removes all party to her little friends. Over40 lit- defending his wife. In fact he would by calling God to witness that ho was tho eflote, pernicious accumulations of tho skin, rendering it smootli and glowing, Jailku. Tom Wren, who served a tle folks, including four little boys, and bo unworthy of tho name of man, If he Innocent of the chargo brought by roinvigorating tho wholo system. With ordinary caro will last a life time. When term for killing "Beaver Tall" Bakor, Miss Myrtlo's teachers, Prof. E. L. had not done so, and but for the pistol Brooks against him with reference to not in uso can bo folded and set away. Two or three conts' worth of wood alcohol and about a pint of water is all that is necessary for each bath. Can bo been at Craig was placed In jail 'yesterday on tho Grubbs and Miss Ethel Wright, assem- business he would not be censured. Wo tho horse. charge of being drunk and disorderly. bled at her homo ut 3 l. M. und enjoyed understand that ho claims that ho Tho proscciition closed at three yes- & Hooker's and Miss Liccie Rcazley's J. S. HUGHES, Southern fluent. Murshal Nowland had to nso his "billy" themselves playing games till 4 i m., thought Adams was armed and that his terday, when Mr. narding stated his In getting on him beforo ho succeeded when thoy were invited to partake of defiant attitude indicated a desire for a side of tho case. Brooks was then put him behind tho bars. ices, cako and fruits. All enjoyed tight to tho finish, or ho would not have on tho stund and for un hour wus subto play. his weapon Miss Myrtlo jected to a most rigid examination. He Sales. Dr. L. B. Cook sold yester- themselves hugoly.many beautiful wns broughtofllcors wero inconveniently and The tho recipient of claimed that the reason he went for THE GREAT BLTsTnESS TRAINING SCHOOLXDF.THESOUTH. day to Mrs. John Ellis his houso and who attendand took no hand, but the grand his pistol Novels had drawn his on him hnbm or auoums holding rmt posiiiok lot on lower Main street for $2,400 and useful presents from those und that whon he returned Novels shot J M. Hall tho vacant ed. At 5:30 i M. tho llttlo folks bade jury took cognizance and returned two at him twice beforo ho shotf hitting WHMttAfie:Z:i)lAA,G'ZZsiTfr " RCcowuENOto by the leading business men or bought of Mrs. adieu, wishing her indictments against the colonel, for as- him both times. THE COUNm. lot on tho West of her residenco for their llttlo hostess of many moro enjoyable sault and battery and carrying concealHe was on tho rack at 4:30 when this 200. Wo learn that ho will build a the return 31 report closed. X ed weapons. birthdays. tlno houso on it. DANKS for Sterling silver spoons. 11 FOB, s , i V e m m conrt-ltou- . toll-gat- . i m m Sale. y m m two-stor- Hand-MAD- H m m B Oi-cha- 18-11- CANDY KITCHEN Court-Hous- warm-hearte- d Wash-lngton'- 91-- tf H FOR SALE. 11 M-- tr "A Fine Figure" g llrst-clas- III ; ADDITION Wll-inor- Dt-Ho- rd Glove toll-gat- Fitting W ioor-hous- m com-IKille- i PDD ilJJAJJJlJlIl i m II CLOVE-FITTIN- ERKNCEt SON. much-neede- d GIVEN J. : AWAY Side-Hoards, I Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, UKIO-A-KKA- ! m m BEAZLEY Lancaster, Ky. L?i0ll y, to-da- y H well-know- n rI al 20-od- d Dress a Man Nicely from Head to toll-gat- Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, m to-nig- FARRIS St HARDIN, Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet l i'l 87-2- m ab-ec- nt 111 tfSftr'(ffit0im&Sfflrriaid o,.. -- i .r 3K5aifra: f'Jt JttfeJtf? - - Mrtfcjf: -, " r r" ,u t mil if w mfmuimmggtSdtfJljmfif - - - r rr- - i nn-- mn r i 4, , . J ( ZEIGLER SHOES Most Comfortable, Most Stylish, Most Durable, The Cheapest. I Have Just Received the Largest Shipment of the Above Goods Ever Offered the Public Here. For THESE SHOES ARE UNPARALLELED By any line of Shoes. They are Made of the Finest Leather Tanned by the Most Refined Processes and They Are Sewed With Silk, Every Single Pair 5 Skilled Artists and Made by the Very Best of From Beginning to End. They are designed by the MostMy Workmen. Spring Line of Zeigler's Fine Goods Contains a Full Run of Sizes, Qualities, Shades and Styles, in both Oxfords and Shoes for Ladies and Children. A in The Public is Cordially Has Also Been Just Received. Whether They Desire toInvited to CallNot. and See My Complete Stock Purchase or of - SS IMCIEIVS- W. H. SHANKS, STANFORD. PLEASE NOTICE.- -I Buy for CASH and Sell For CASH. MONEY TO LOAN H. D. PHILLIPS, IMPKOVF.I) FAItMS Lools Smith. In Lincoln connty, Ky., at6 jiercent. Gun and charged. Address (,LO. OK semi-annu- W. H. S. BRODHeflD Ernest Warren, "of your plaee, Is working nights here in the ab?cnce of the regular man. The oil people havo resumed work and say that tho prospects are better every foot now about 8."0 feet deep. Mewlnmes George GrllJln and B. Hayes, of Livingston, made this place a business trip Tuesday. Judge Weaver, of London, is with us. Rev. Borum, in his discourses ut the sin-lad- en HUBBLE, STAN Font), KY. Jill Vphoblerlag specialty. kinds of renilrlng done at reasonable rates. Sstlsfactlon guaranteed. Interest; no commission W. DAW, Ilooui 1", Kenyou building, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and further lnforuia. Hon, Inquire of J. X. Saunders, Attorney, Stanford, Ky. Town Property FOR first-chs- : SALE!. dwelling-lioueTbir- DR. W. B. TT&mrT, containing 3 acres; good andotLer necessary outbuildings ana "well stocked In fruit and ornainentil trees plenty water to run any minnfacturlng establish-raen- t. Kor further Infiiriiiitlpn address FKEl) MHU, London, Ky. I offer for atle privately Town Property In LonIroin don, Laurel county, Ky., HW yjrds nianuhcturiiig a sltustion depot. A n ad F"OR SALE ! I will offer at private sale my Houe and IM on with Slain street, occupying the square from the Chrisnow tian church In Stanford, Ky , If not sold until .March 8tb, County Court day, and will then sell to the highest bidder on the premises. Said property, is one of tho best built, lest equipped and best arranged I,rtH,f "J'tf.-- U'e . t V each tear assets are examined at stated tlme by govorument agents, thus securUg additional and perfect aalety Paid up Capital, $200,000.00 to depositor. Ikndnstitution, origiually esubllshel as the 17,603 80 reorganized as Surplus, Iiank of Stanford hi 153, then I ho .National Hank ofStautord in ISM andugalii l)y provisions of Its charter, depositors are a reorganised as the First National Hank of Staniord Hanks, are in 1S.J2, has had practically an uninterrupted with fully protected asbtln;depositors In Nationalliable to held individually Its shareholders 33 yearn, it is letter supplied now of their stock therein ut the extent of the amount laclllllwi for transacting business promptly aud value thereof, iu addition to the amount Inever More In its long and honorable the arIn suih shares. It may act as executor, adof Individuals, llduclarlcs, firms vested career. Accounts ministrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an Individual. and individuals solicited. exist-!iici-rr community, also Miss Cress, of same place, were visiting Miss Lelia lMko this week. Mrs. A. J. Henderson, an aged and highly respected Christian lady of Oak Written on All, Classes of Proper Hill neighborhood, passed quietly to ty in the Best of Companies. her eternal home Saturday morning after a protracted Illness of many months. On Mbin Street, Stanford, On Tuesday Drs. Brown and Lovell, of Mt. Vernon, were summoned to the bedside of Dr. Percy Benton, who is Apply to From the most attractive lines ol samples to be suffering from a severe attack of inmeasurement guarantee a found My system of perfect fit in every department. Why exvrimeut flammatory rheumatism. The physi with ameteurs when you can bo protected in every particular by leaving your measurement with mo 7 cians say that his chances for i ecovury 1 am alsu are very doubtful. NATIONAL SANK son to Born, on the 22nd, a Lexington tho wife of our hackman, Richard Pike. Agent For OF STANFOIID, KY. Laundry. Tilden Frith was dealt with in like All work guaranteed. O.- ..Surplus manner on same date and same sex, 15,750. Capital Stock SICO.QObut tips tho beam at 13. A Attention of the public Is called to tho fait that r JES3E D. WEAKEN. girl to Mrs. Win. Francisco on the 23rd this is the only National HanL In Stanford. the provision ol tho National Hank Act closes tho contest for this week. Mock, leiH)sitor are secured not only by the capital aim tint The closing exercises of Profs. Chanhut by the stockholder' liability tor au iustltu-tiuCo. dler and Owens' school was witnessed iutl tn the stock, so that deiHwltors of this orn Hve by a fund ofixti.w). are jiUteuientfiof the comllttonot the Hank aroiaade by the largest audience that ever conOF STANroitl), KV. to the Culled States Government and Its td 37 Stanford, Ky. Baptist church, still continues blasting hearts of the unconverted the exacted. Dentist, t Stanford, : Ky. ones. A revival iswas notified to go to Rev. A. J. Pike Office on Lancaster street at llcsldonce. Walnut Grove and solemnize the rightH of matrimony between John G. Riddle and tho bride's name we failed to learn. HopeTharp, who was reported to have eloped from this place a few days I am still Agent for Falls Hranch Coal and will since with Miss Rlnda Tyree, returned keeii a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you can get Tuesday night and declares matrimony such as you want at the lowest oossiblo prices for Cash. Office uext door W. W. Withers' runilture a failure. Store. Misses Florence Griilln and Eva MarJ. H. HIGfilNS, Proprietor, V. T. SACNDUItS, Manager, tin, two country lassies of the Murets-bur- m& COAL ! T. C. Rankin has returned from MIW. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . Undortnlcor, Wayne county and reports his father : Kentucky, Hafltonvillo. - - . Lancaster, TrntnnW , , no better. WMWMWft Lightning struck an oats stack beNewly furnished; clean beds; splendid longing to Wm. Sutton last Monday Oflirs his H'Mlcr. tu the iwopl of West I.liirwln s Porters aud Cvy tabic Everything Tull stock of CotQiisaQd Cask and burned it. moot all trains. rU alwaysmi hand hit I Hro. W. T. May will preach at the Ji. Carpenter. Manager Christian church here the 4th Sunday morning and night. GARLAND SINGLETON Sam Ball and Sam Sutton have gone Is arandldatefur Superintendent of I'uhlk Schools Write one of my Isrgn catalogue Hut will of Unndu county, suhject to the action of tin) IVn(. to Illinois for their future home. Mrs. give you forfull description of attout ocrailc urty. bara grvit S. M. Spoonamore gave an elegant par- gains I have In O'Mrsl Kentucky for sale. U. W. l.YNK, llKAI. ITATi; AfiKXT, ty to the young folks last Friday night, F. HOLDAM In which all enjoyed themselves very OlSre with Jcsssmtnc Journal, NlcholaiWlle, Ky, Is a candidate for much. Avruf Lincoln county, subject to tho action of the democratic arty. A. S. PRICE, old Rush Branch church house The and lot will be sold next Saturday oven-inSurgeon SAMUEL 11. OWENS which will make some man who is Dentist, Hffffll! only able to buy a few acres a good Is a candidate furshrri7of Lincoln county, subject j I Mason Hotel j. t. first-clas- SUTTON", 1 V LAND FOR SALE. ') J. g, Rowland, Ky. home. Dank Ball has bought au aero of land from Silas Caise for 75, and is fixing to build on it. Luce Bros, sold some hogs to John Woods at 2.1K). J. J. Walker and Win. Hubble bought a muloy bull Emma of Richard Cobb for $4.") g Stanford, Ky. is I to theaitloti of theduuucratlc I'JMy. OlDrooTrr McllolicrU' Irtitc Store In llulldink'. tlirl!0rIey EMMETT McCORMACK ject lu the urilou suppurt I in w, sonds n: lt :: Is a candidate for Awssor of Lincoln iiunty, subof the deiiuKrallc parly. Your earnestly solicited. STORE ROOM Fire Insurance Gentlemen's Clothing Made to Measure ,V. P. WALTON. FIRST Steam the A band of six thieves, headed by a woman, were arrested in Louisville, charged with the systematic and wholesale robbery of freight cars. The gang has been operating thoro for over a year and about 813,000 worth of property has been stolon. Tho militia in Nevada has been ordered to hold itself In readiness to light tho Indians, who are reported to have gone on the warpath. Mary Elizabeth is the name chosen for tho new Harrison baby. Mary Is the mother's naruo and Elizabeth that of Money to loan mi Improved city prorty or productive farms III Stanford and Lincoln county ul Is a candidate for ArM.ir of IJncoln county, sub-Jtfi erceut . iiayaMe tn thuuttiou of IhedeiiKicratie party. Also I wll furnish IhiiiiIs for public or cnriorntlu olllcialtt Kxerutors, Administrator or Oujrdlausat Am agent fur lour of the lire Insurance I'ompmiU dolux limine in KciiUn ky and follcit patronaseofini'rtv holders In Stanfonl. IlatuH same as other ruianli iIoIiik IhmIucm litre. Is a candidate for A wwor of Llniiln county, sub WA1.LAI i; i:. VAItNON, AH. Ject to the in Hull of the deiii irratti: party aud iMtruestly tuks jour support. reusoii-uhleiat- M. I ELKIN JOE T. EMRRY C. G. SHELBY & SHELBY, ....l'roprletors IIAKEK LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Junctloit City, Ivy. Vlnt.ftaM Turnouts, nromiit attention, ycrv reasonable rates A portion of )our p.itruiuge Is IS resiHXtfully solicited. Is a candidate for Aesnr of Lincoln county, suli- to theuctlouof tint democratic party lhluk-n- g tbeMiiithvrn end of the county Is entitled tu a dice, of the pie, he asks your supimrt. WILLIAM MOREL AND Is a candidate for Aswtir.if Lincoln, subject to the notion of the democratic paity. lie kindly asks the mother's sister. JJucklin'a Arnica SVirc. ih-- U six-poun- d In-le- u Farmers Bank&Trast J. L. Tauner.McKlnnev. K. J. II.UCotller.Crub Onh'dj Z.I Uluiure, Stanford. f . UIKECTOK. J. W. Ilayden, Stanford F.'Iteid, Lincoln Co.; " S. II. llauglinuu, 51T. llarrU, " S. ifocker, " T V. Hill, V. A. Trtbble, M. J. Miller, Mternon. " Tendering our thanks to those who have entrusted their business to us, we trust they will continue to do so, and we oner as a guarantee for prompt atIn banktention to same our 20 years' exerli-uting and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DIRECTORS. gregated at the Christian church, last Friday night. The event was introducprayer by Rev. A.J. ed by a Every eye and carexerclsed their Pike. most attentive nature and silence the result from the throng. These young men havo a title and have made a professional mark on tho patrons in this district. well-word- ed well-earne- d Mcltoberts, Cashier; S, llocker, A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. orricms. President; J. J. J. J, Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. It. Cummlus, Preachersvllle; J.U.Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., William liuoch, S. II. Shanks, S. J. Kmbry, J. F. Cash, J. N. WANTED-A- N IDEAJSSSftfSS Ihlnst to pteat ? Protect your ideas ; they may lidni you woaltti. Write JUHX1wkuu. HUKN dt CO., Patent Attorneys. Waabinstoa. J. E. Lynn, A. W. Carpeuter; S. II. Shanks. President: J. U. Owsley, Cashier; orricms. o.C, for tbelr $100 prlaeofftr. W. M. Bright, Teller. Week before last Sidney Rodes Smith, aged 91, died at Lexington. Lust week his wife followed him to the grave and this week his son William joined them in tho great beyond. The two latter caught pneumonia attending the lunerai. A serious mutiny of Spanish troops in one of the districts of Cuba is causing great ularm. Sola proprietor of. Dean's lllack Diamond Koof llstimates juniltliwl for painting wo.xl. All metal and Irou roofs. .Satisfaction roofs paintcnt with Dean's lllack liiamond I'uint The True llemeJu. warranted for vears. Dealer In best Cistern 1'iiuim W. M lleplne alitor TiskiUa, III , "Chief," and (Jalvaulzeii Iron I'llters, (ia!vautzed and Illatk says: "We won't keep bou-- e without I)r KIiik's Iron ltoollngof all kinds. f New Discovery fnrCouumptlon, U,in;hsand lolils with many utners, but never koI the i:iierliueutel true remeilv until we used Dr. Kind's Hew DiscovI ery. No olhtr remedy can lake lu place lu our Inline, us iu It we have a certain and miru cure for All jicrsons desiring Iaiciisi I'osts for plank fence, Courtis, Colds, WhooiWig etc " It U Idlo to exiivriuieut with other remedies, even If they lire post and railing or wire fence can find wliat they you as Just a ifoixl as Dr Kind's New want ut my store near Cedar Creek, ou the pike urKeil on 1 also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford Discovery. They ure not us good, hicaiiMithii remedy has a record of cures and beside is guaranteed. keep on hand a supply of plank for fencing All kluds of lumber for bnlldiug purosvs; alio lio.irdi It never falls to utlsfy. 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These pills are easy in action and aro particularly effective iu the cure of constipation und Mck Heudurha For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved Invaluable. They uregn iranteed Corn ami Hoy, to be perfectly Iree Irom every deleterious .ubitanco Order Office and 1'eed Kxchaugc, i ar tho Itallrj.id and tu be purely vegetable They do nut weaken Crossing, lepot Street, by their actlnii, but by g'vliiu lone to stoiuacht) and bowels greatly Invigorate the system. Itegu-la- r size iV: per box. Sold by W. 11. Mcltoberts, Coal Yard, Mill fetrcct, lately J. U. Hlgglus'. Druggists. Satisfaction guaranteed. SON. DEKLERS IN COHL, NOEL Commerce .Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. CT. A. TKIBBLX, Ical Agent,- Starxford; - - Kentuoky. Stanford, - 37f Kentucky.