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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894041701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 vol. xxii. LANCASTER, Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 17. 1894. COUNTY. THE TRANSYLVANIA NO. 14 CARRARD PRESBYTERY. T ho rainainB of tlio Into Joseph Frank worn taken to Flomitigshurg 0' I'ri-da- y. 'nt ' Ilhrlit: Rev. Cowan, of lt.irhourville, filled tho Presbyterian pulpitKuudny morning- Lancaster friends liavo received invi tntloiiH to tlio marriage- of Hon John S. Ownley, Jr., nnil Miss Kiln McKlwaiu ut Franklin, Ky., April L'flth. Mr. W. II, Maon rereived a telegram from Ohicnpo Saturday announcing tlio serious illness of his brother (leorgo. Mr. Mason loft nt once for his bed pIiIi-- . Tlio nllegcd picture in Thursdays Times of Mnyor Kiunnird bears no re- semblance whatever to tlio original and in n burlesnuo on that handsome itontlu- man. Postmaster JameH I. Hainillon has rented tlio lartjo room next to MrRoberta drug storo and will move his olllco thereto aa booh hh lie gets permission from Undo Said Tlio local lodge Knights of Pythias have decided upon May SO for tho annual decoration of tlio graves of tbeir departed brethren. An interesting program is being nrraiijicd. In tho oratoriral conteat at Garrard College Saturday afternoon Mr. Nathan Klllott was declared tlio winner and wilj represent our college In the contest to bo held at WiucheHter, Juno 12th, between n number ol neighboring institution". Mibr Fannlo Frazoe, of Maysvllle, is tho guest of Miss Mairgiu Jeuuings. Mrs. M. II. Owalcv has returned from a pleas-an- t visit to Lexington. Mini Nannie Dunn, of Danville, is visiting Miss Hettiu Hoblnson. Miss Nellie billion returned .Saturday from Stanford. Dr. Herring is visiting his daughter, Miai Hallie, at Ward's Seminary, Nashville. Mr. K W. Morrow returned Monday from New York. Miss Olllo Marrs.'of Danville, was the guest of Minn Maria Cook this week. Mr. Ciraham Frank came over Saturday to fu'llll bin appointment at McCreary .Sunday. Mr. Robert rCtnuinrd went to Ilarrodxburi; Saturday on business. Mr. Hugh Smith and wife lime returned to their homo In Richmond. Presbytory, South, Bon. veiled with tim.ihnrnl. !,... k,m..w i.,J.t. with nn miimiml ltir-- .. ........... .ivu nf nii.,.i,... preachers and elders. Dr. J. V. Logan, tho retiring moderator, preached an excellent sermon to a laru audienco from 1'hll. JHSI, after which tho bodv vs called to order by htm and oponed with by Dr. ltrackon. Tho election ol a moderator resulted in Dr. I,. G. liar- hour, of Hichmond, heinu chosen with-- , out opposition. Tho roll will by Stated Clerk It. M. Green allowed tho following preachers and elders present. Wo also gjvo tho names of thoso who entertained them: j County Clerk Commands Cooper to Issue License to T. L. In the moritin; and Dr. Shciion. Hntckan at niiht. and all had unusuilly large congregationa. In tho case of T. L. Shelton vs. G. B. Cooper, county clerk, for a writ of manWILLOW GROVE, BOYLE OOUNTV. damus to compel him to Ibsuu liquor which ho had refuned on tho ""' 0. Johnson bought of Albert grounds that thu precinct which included llUin Smith an extra nico lot of ,,lr,, Mr. Weaver nt tin Itintlnl GETS LIGENSE. I''yterinn rw' " 'iioriii.i hh.I Uv. A. W. ntMiight; Dr. S Hinders nt the Judge Saufley vPSSBBrfl CUsJLsM SB SyjrMBl7 What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of Gal-pray- er MeKtn- - before Judgo Sanfiey in special term. I10V 1,onj is ,)H' extravagantly compli- - tne louowing agreed state of tacts was Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too. presented: Shelton lives in Rowland by tli- - pntroriH mented there. It is an While "breaking" a young bore and owns a tavern-hous- o the other day, Mr. John Moore Hollered incorporated town of tho 0th class, with por almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. the misfortune of having an arm broken. board of trustees, police judge &c. On April 10th the trustees granted him liMr. Robert Owens, an exemplary PllKACIIBIW. vinous and L. G. Hubour, Richmond, Dr. J. U. young man about U7 years of age, died of cense to retail HpirituoiiH, consumption last week and was buried tnn't liquors for 0110 year on tho payment Ortsley. K. M. Green, Danville, II. S. Withers. in the David Myers family burying of tho fee of $150. Presenting this license to the county clerk and tendering Win. Crow, Hichmond, W. H. Hig-gin- ground. Dr. T. M. Lewis is recovering from n the fee of $150 in lawful money he asked Far-riW. W. Hruee, HuBtonville, II. O. se'ious tussle with grip. Mits Maggie that State license bo issued to him. Ho Gustinoau has rsturnml from n vimt lo offered to execute bond, tako the oath J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Milt Saunders, Springfield, A. G. Hast-laud- . relatives near Morelaud. Mr. Samuel and produce the proof that ho was in all ways prepared to accommodate tho trav Arnold, of Washington, was in this 1S94. neighborhood last week on business of a eling public. Shelton hail not given the T. A. Hrucken, Lebanon, A. O. Sine. 10 djyB or any notice and the license woe full corps ofCorHorvatory an 1 Normal School J. G. Hunter, Iiarrodsburg, Dr. Steele female nature. teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and An, Ktcclicnt boarding department, dialogue and circulars furnlihrd on application. Tho Sunday-schoIlailey. recently organ- refused. The sale of liquors in said town was T.F.Taylor, New Providence, II. J. ized hero witii Mr. Richard Cobb, Jr., not ioruitiuen on tlio Oth of Mnv nor Mc Roberts. superintendent, Lucien Lewis, secretary, r W. F. Armetrong Pleasant Grove, M. and Herl ert Cook, treasure., Marts oil S. B.iughinan. under favorable auspices. It is a good A. W. Crawford, Paint Lick, Mrs. Bot-ti- o field to accomplish grat jrowl, which which Howland is embraced, declared ' FOR Me Kinney. will doiibtlesi be the outcome, since tall against tlin unit nr linrrnr of liquors.! Upon this agreed state of facts tho court's I J. N. Lyle, Louisville, G. 1). Wearen. oaks from little Hcnrnh urow. decision was asked on this question: T. I). Witherspouu, Richmond, 11. C. "WaBit the duty of the clerk aforesaid DOYLE COUNTY. DANVILLE, Farris. to accept for tho Commonwealth the tenK. W. Bedinger, Ixniisville, W. M. " Thewhoolof j 1K "t ljc. ''Hrtt Rowland had voted against licenae, heard Mr. Nathan McKinney & Hocker, O A.LL OUST TIE3 i e: m: McKINNEY & HOCKER. s. Stanford Female College. Sprixij; Session Tuesday, January 23d, ol ts-- zsstt MeKobepts de- Drugstore, Call and see. (Advocate. J.noJcey. J. V. Logan, L. II. Blautou, Richmond, J. B. Paxton. N V In -- s This is the kind of a cat thu Louisville Timei says Senator D.ivid Henuett Hill is: Without any mere aiiimcl vices, he ii an intellectunl huckaiieer who cares for nobody but himself. A political sol' dier of fortune, he lights upon whichever side odors the largest opportunity and liberty of individual looting A Catiline the oath aud exeALSOby instinct, a Benedict Arnold upon prln F.astlaud. J additional into circulation in the cute the bond required by law, enA. R. Denny, Paint Lick, J. S. Hooker. profession, ciple, a Dugald Dalgetty by town. titled plaintiff upon his demand to the C. T. Armstrong, Perryville, Win, his hnnd is against every man, aud it is n me're question of time when every Beck. In an address at Richmond, before issual of State license, and imposed on J. A. Higgins, "Richmond, W. H. honest man's hand will be against him, the Alumni Association of the Univer- defendant as county court clerk the lewith tho usual and Inevitable result of sity of Virginia, Senator Stewart, of Ne- gal duty to issue the same. The best Garden Plow on the Market, from O. W. Adams, Somersot, J. W. Adams. vada, intimated his Third, that the plaintiff, Shelton, is such a division and conflict ot forces, for intention to retire at W. A. Waterd, Springfield, J. S. Hund- the end of his present term. Ttie relief entitled to tho remedy sought by his it la true of politics, aa of every other vo cation of life, that corruption wins, not ley. that this announcement will the motion, that hia motion is sustained and John M. Brooks, Middteshoro, J. W. many who have been wearied i)y his tho writ of mandamus awarded against more, but far less than honesty. Alcorn. longHpeeches will bo lessened by the the defendant, tho said county court Wk beg leave to diller very emphatiGeorge D. White, Silver Creek Chapel, fact that his term will not expire until clerk, and ho is thereforo commanded, upon the payment by plalntifl, tho said cally from this statement in the B. Helm. the last year of tho century. Hichmond Register. McCreary voted to J. B. McKinuoy, Hustonville, Mrs. Fanis thought that Judge Lyons, one Shelton, of the license tax and the It pass thu aoiguiorago silver bill over the nie Dunn, of the St. Clair county, Missouri, judges cierK s lees ami execution of the bond president's veto, and although tho presJ. W. Davenport, Salvis'i, Gjorge D. in jail for contempt of court for refusing required by law and taking the oath, to Prices lower than any one. ident's view was sustained, our member Hopper. to levy an assessment ordered by the issue to him the State license to keep a did exactly what his constituents would J.W.Thompson, Pleasant Grove, M. United States District Court, is losing his tavern at his tavern house in tho town have directed him to do if they had been S. Baughmau. mind owiiiK to bis confinement. His of Rowland, Ky., with tho privilege of given tho opportunity. Nine out of 10 W. Crawford was received wife and a daughter are insane from tho retailing spirituous, vinous and malt li Rev. A. quors. It is also adjudged that plaintiff of the voters in the Kighth District itro from tho North Alabama Presbytery and shook caused by his imprisonment. for the measure. See our Spring Stock of Christopher Columbus Jones and tho recover of defendant Cooper his costs having accepted a call to the Paint Lick herein expended, for which he may Tho most co'd blooded lyuching re- church, his installation was fixed for thu Coinmouwealers who stood by him are have execution. first Sunday in June, Ruv. T. F. Taylor under arrOst at Wilmington, Del., as vacorded in ten years took place at To the judgment of the court granting 0., when a negro arrested for to preach the strmoii, Ha v. K. M. Green grant?. Coxey and his cranks uro still tho writ of mandamus, the defendant criminal assault was taken from jail aud to deliver the charge to the pastor and iu the mountains west of Cumberland, Cooper excepts and prays nn appeal to Md. Kelly's contingent is at Omaha. Dr. Witherapoon to the people. hanged to a cottouwood tree. Tnis was the court of appeals, which is granted. Ruv. K W. Bedinger, ay nodical evange- Another California army stole a train at W. L. Withers, Salesman. after thu mob had promised tho alieniT W. G. Welch, p. q., J. B. Paxton, p. d. of militia that thu negro list, delivered an address on his work Colton, Cal., hut it was sidetracked. ami a company The licenae was accordingly issued, Peter Jackson has written to James would first be allowed a hearing, on the which was cordially approved. J. LorOett insisting tlia: he make some and the appeal will be prosecuted to i couimuieu was appointed to ascerstrength of which thu shuritf and the tain tho wishes of tho Crab Orchard definite arrangements for their fight be- have the Court of Appeals pass on the militia withdrew. questions, especially on the right of the Tho immense plant of tho American members as to dissolving or keeping up fore lu sails for England. Jackson oilers county clerk to issue such licenae, in to tight in June, July or August for thu Glucose Company, at Butialo, was de- the church organization. OXJEAST MAIN side wager of 10,000 a side, tho fight to stead of the county judge. Rev. J. G. Hunter was elected commisstroyed by Ore, entailing a loss of $ 1,000,-00general assembly at Nash- be in private not more thau 20 persons with $535,000 insurance. Three sioner to the Attention! Conkkdkhatk Vktkhanb! eight-stor- y buildings ville with Dr. Blauton as alternate. Kid. being allowed to be present. aud one The Queen & Crescent route haa been You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and payA special race between Clillbrd, Yo ing Cash for wero burned. There were 125 men at G. D. White was also choseu a delegate desiguated aa the official route to the ReTambieu and Carlsbad has been arranged, union of and it is with James Lapsley alternate. work in tho plant at tho time, Confederate Veterans at BirmA resolution to urge young men to to bo run at Nashville, 'May 1. The ingham, Ala., April 2oth and 2Gth, and feared a number wero burned to death-Twfiremen wore injured by a falling prepare themselves for tho ministry was owner of each horse is to put up Sl.OOO-an- tho Q.& O. train Xo. 3, of thu evening of Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair tho Cumberland Fair and Racing April 23rd, selected adopted and Ladies' Aid Societies were roof. as the olllcial train with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First Association will add $3,000. A horrible triple murder, took place co in in ended and endorsed. for the veterans in Kentucky. This haa Dudley Field, the n goods and will be sold at a David been done on account of the splendid Class Staple near (Jollisberg, Texas. A farm hand, in An annimatod discussion grew out of lawyer, died at his homo in New York-age- aervice, quick time a quarrel over wages, killed his employer tho alleged irregular proceedings of the and abort line, and S9 years. from the fact that the Queen & Crescent and thou cut tho throat of his wife, who Danville church in dismissing members. came to her husband's rescue. Riding A commission for tho purpose had haa authorized tho sale of tickets for this Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you White Bear and Lake Mlnnetonka, occasion at Half Rates from all pointa in can save money by trading with me. three miles to the house of a eon of tho been appointed. Dr. Green said it had The beautiful summer resorts of "Min murdered couple the fiend killed him been the practice for 13 years, nnd he nesota, should not be overlooked by Kentucky. Tho ride via the Q. &. O. ' without warning, aud escaped to the In- couiu buo no oujection to it: "Jtiat'a a those seeking n retreat at which to spend takes you near the famous Mill Spring long time to be in error, my brother" their summer outing. dian Territory. battle field, past Point liurnside; over These famous spots are beat reached by the famous Cumberland The State Graud Army encamp- said Dr. Bracken in his measured way, Plateau, and Central Lines, via St, the Wiscouain ment in session at Bowling Green, Ky., and after a great many speeches the body Paul. Through trains are rnn via this past Walden'a Ridge, Missionary Ridge, olected Daniel O'Reilly, of Litchfield, decided that tho session only ia empow- popular route from Chicago at conven- over Chickamauga Creek, and to Chattaient hours, equipped with Pullman ves- nooga and Lookout Mountain. Low Ky., commauder, and J. W. Hammond, ered to dismiss momhers. Ploaaant Grove in Washington county tibule sleeping cars, day coachea and din- Rates! You should not miss the opporsenior vice commander. of Louisville, tunity to attend. J. S. Leith, T. P. A., ing cars serving a cuisine uneqnaled. Louisville is favored for tho uext Nation- - was selected as the nuxt place of meeting euide book?, Full particulars, and Friday before the full moon in Sep- etc., will be mailed maps, upon applica- Lexington, Ky. W. O. Rinearaon, G. P. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your alencampment. The next State encamp-mon- t free A., Cincinnati. tember fixed aa tho day. tion to Jas. O. Pond, General Paasenger will ho hold at Ilopkinsvitle. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. The buainesa having been completed Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. The trouble with many of our poota the Presbytery dissolved Saturday night, Married on tho 12th inst. at Prea Electric Bitters. is that they mistake their poetic license after a moat ploaaant and profitable meetThis remedy U becoming so well known and so cott'a hotel, by Elder J. Q Montgomery, for a liquor license. Atlanta Journal. popular ai to need no special mention. All who J. W. Pendleton, toMias Fanny ing. Ruberta, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, nave used Electric Hitlers sins the tamo song of Coal miners to tho number of 0,000 The pastora all tendered their pulpits praise. A purer medicine docs not exist and it Is both of Dunnville, alao on the same day Liquors for Medical Purposes. have gone on a strike in the Alabama to tho Tisitors Sunday, which were Guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric and by the same, at tho Portnian family cure all diseases of the Liver and Kiddistrict. Pimples, thankfully accepted. Dr. Witherapoon neys, will remove caused bylioili, Salt llheum and reaidence, Geo. W. Frye to Miss Bell impure blood; will other affections pay the preached at tho Chriatian church in the drive malaria from the system and prevent as Portman. Aa the evening shades of T. A. Bradley, Danville,: will as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of Headwell Call and see us. highest market price for wool. "Writo morning and Rev. J. H. Weaver, at ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric lifo are coming on, George haa drawn a aackB can be found at night; Dr. Blanton at the Methodist Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money prize and Miaa Bell haa got a good "felfor prices. Wool per bottle at A ,R, refunded, l'rlcti 50c and G. church in the morning and Rev. Taylor Penny's drug store. ler." ,. Farria & Hardin's. is manded, and upon his refusal to do so, reported. is tho applicant Shelton, entitled to a Mrs. II. G. Doyle has j:orio to LouisJ. II. Weaver, Campbellsville, Capt. ville and Mr. Boyle will leave Sunday or mandamus compelling the said clerk to discharge his said dut?" W. II. Kirby. Monday. They will o to house-keepin- g Judgo Saufley held, 1st: That it was W. F Overstreet, Pleasant Grove, M. at once at 1307 Second street. in the discretion and power of tho board S. Haughmaii. Scoro one for Judiro Sanllev. The of trustees of Rowland to grant to Pluin-till- " KI.DKIW. irrnnd jurv at St. Joe, Mo., returned 10 Shelton the license to keep a tavern A. II. Taylor, Bethel, Mrs. Stephen indictments uu'aiuwt prominent society with tho privilege of retailing spirituBurch. ladies nnd gentlemen for playlug proves-eiv- e ous, vinous and malt liquors, and that J. II. Hagnn, OAmpbellsvilie, G. D. euchre. Wearen. -- G. & C. P. Cecil have sold to li E. tho power to so grant said license was exclusive and not dependent upon nor O. II. Wood, Danville, II. S. Withers. Mills, of Boston, lllly, J. II. Moore, Iiarrodsburg, Dr. Steele Marrietta Wilkes,tho Don IV.arro, 2:1-1- , affected by the result of the election by held March 20, 1S91, iu and for the Stan Bailov. out of thi) dam of Georgia Lee, 2:18, for ford magisterial district. J. A. McKce, Kings .Mountain, T. L. t2,500. This flpy has already this season Second, that the prestation to deShelton. paced quarters in .'!! seconds. fendant, the county clerk, by the plainA. C. Cunningham, Lawrenceburg, G. Merchants should interest them tiff on the 12th day of April, 1S9I, of the D. Hopper. selves in the proprosed female annex to license theretofore granted by said bofcrd, M. F. Arbuckle, Kirksville, A. K. DenCentre College. Severity to 100 young and the offer by the plaintiff to pay ny. ladies brought to a boarding school in tho State licenso tax and the clerk'a J. C. Hiker, New Providence, A. G. Danvillo would put from to 840,-0L- fees and to take A 4 two-year-o- ld number of pales of hojjs at dered tax and to issue the license WAIA PAPEBo New styles at lowest prices. ' . The best inside wall finish; cold water process. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint. Carriage Paint. Stains. and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best drugs and chemicals. Give us a call. W. B. McRouerts. -- BUY Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- Hig-gin- s. THE U COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. bo-n- o WE ARE IN IT. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. Rush-sylvuni- a, Buggies, Carriages. Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. H. WEAREN- NEW CASH STORE. STREET. o Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, well-know- d SM ALIi PROFIT 7013, CASE, J. O. FLORENCE. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOCE1R, Th Druggist 1 Jfiilnlflgatl J M T. frJt.l-T- . r.w .,-.- , 1,.,.,.,.1 .. '.tt: TljMKff r Nfr.'fltarfr? Ittar..' Tr.xm.w3,fin,mn7ii-fTlnV tiMHTij- -; -- rye, y .irtu '"' - i"im'j7ni I f Mrs. Henry Pearce, Jr., of Cincin- yet have I not Keen tho righteous forsak With 213 members and only 179 conINTERIORJOUKNAL stituting a quorum, it would seem that nati, dropped dead suddenly in the par- en, nor his need begging bread." the democrats in Congress could have lor of tho Poumix Hotel, Lexington, of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. they can't or heart disease. things their own way, April 17, 1SJJ4 rather don't. Though but to be pres8TANFORD, Kv., Tho business portion of Santa Cruz, paid Jerry Briscoe bought of J. W. Allen ent, enough democrats are absent or re-- f Cal., was destroyed by llro lato Satur 10 calves at $14. uso to vote, to break a quorum and then day night, entailing a loss of SIWO.OiH), on James Puppies sold to Carr & Co., a W. P. WALTON. Is the most expressive word we can find in our vocabulary that will lot of fat hogs at lie. the body is at tho mercy of Heed and which the iiisuranco is but 5S0.O00. A jury gave Hav. Georgo Dennis his minions, who MIlibiiRter and hold William Burton sold to M. F. Elkin give you a conception of the extremely low prices that still prevail high carnival, to tho disgust of the peo $0,000 damages against the Pennsylvania a lot of fat hogs at 4 jo. with us. A number of our customers have asked us how we can af legs and ple and the humiliation of tho majority. railroad for cutting oil both his The horse show at Danvillo yester ford to sell goods so much lower than our competitors, whose facili Many means to secure n quorum have an arm. Ho sued for $35,003 in tho l?. day was exceedingly slim. &rJlTJDA.yr. lining absent S. court at Louisville. Silas Anderson bought in tho East ties for buying and selling close are to all outward appearances as been suggested, such as Mrs. Williams, of 0 , has Kud a lot of hellers and steers at 2 to SJJc. good as ours. members or deducting their per diem, Tkat is where the mistake comes in; for hor having Fifteen Thousand Dollaii9 ! That's but it looks very much liko Heed's meth- just celebrated her 100th birthday. She M. F. Elkin bought ol J. L. Spoon- the 6utn the jury says that Col. W. C. P. od of counting a quorum will have to bo has never seen a locomotive or a steam- amore, a bunch of 'JO pound hogs at Ijc numerous places of business in this and other States, we necessnrily Breckinridge must pay Mies Maduline adopted finally, if the democrats ever do boat, but claims to havo shaken hands L. G. Hubble sold to I). L. Tutu and buy in larger quantitics'and of course get closer prices. Hut what Pollanl for breach of promise of marri anything. It will be a irreat victory for with Geo. Washington. , J. L. Shudoau u I jack principally tells the tale is that we have age,made publicly after nine years of con- the Czar, but it is better to let him crow Tho Columbia Spectator says that for $000. cubinage with her. Tho verdict is in the than to go on getting the democratic John Greenarch, of Pulaski, is in jail at M. S. Baughtuan has engaged the nature of a vindication of her, if that was party in a worse fix every day. Jamestown for poisoning his wife to splendid young rider, Homer Wray, to ?fl all sho was after. She'll never get any marry another woman, whom he was handle his saddlers. W; JPrJnr, vMtarifl money out of it, aa "Willie" hits none, Dbatu is making many changes in the doping with when apprehended. Terio Hauto, Ind., will liavo a 0 and you can not pet blood out of a tur- T. S Senate. Hon. Zebulon B. Vance, Miss Emma, the beautiful daughter olds and ono of stake for four-yeFactories in the East need that cash; we need their goods; so in nip. Tho closing scenes of the trial wero of North Carolina, who has been ill for a of James H. Denton, a wealthy Mont $11,500 for three year-olAttorney long time, died at Washington Saturday, gomery county farmer, committed crowded with sensations. conscmic'"C- - wc have bought at our own price and you shall have the o The report that Budd' Doblo would aged 04. For over 40 years ho served Wilson charged Lawyer Stoll, a by taking strychnine. No cause for soon retire from tho sulky is emphati- uenelit of it. For wc intend to hell them at about one-hal- f of their be gawd, sir, and a Lexington his people cither in civil station or in tho rash act can bo surmised. cally denied by that gentleman. original value and wc intend to make this week the chance of a life ian at that, with forging the famous let-t- war, and as legislator, soldier, CongressJ. II. Haiti", ono of tho wealthiest Generalissimo Coxoy, of "Tho Army which cut such a figure in tlie trial, man, eoveruor and lT. S. Senator, he act- men in Williamson county, Tenn., and a of Peace," mado his money breeding time for our patrons to secure the most and n duol seemed imminent, till Wil- ed well his part there all the honor lies. merchant at Franklin, shot and fatally horses. Ho is rated a millionaire. son made an apology and n correction. His term in tho Senate would not have wounded A. U. Whitemire, a rival merSales of 100 hogs at 41 to 4J and a lot His speech was a terrific arraignment of expired till March, 1S97. chant, in the former's store. of ewes biuI late lambs at 3c aro rethe delendaut, whom he literally fhyed aged years, son of Ever offered. This tells you how it is done; All Calicoes at tho It is now stated as an absolute truth Mr. Brutus Cobbv was !5thrown from a ported iu StockWinchester Democrat. alive. The case was given to the jury Silas T. Cobb, The Farm says thero never Apron checked Gingham . raised the c and 5 cents; Tryons extra heavy ;-- S after fire long weeks of trial, at 3 r. m that Mis. Luke Blackburn wagon loaded with corn and received was such a lot of first cla material for lirown Cotton will go again this week at 5c. In White Goods we Saturday and in an hour and a half thty money for Madaline .Pollard to prosecute dangerous injury to his head, shoulder tho as there are this year. filed back into the court room with n her suit, because Breckinridge had treat- and pide.. Richmond Hgister. have the largest and M. b. Baughman sold to A. A. Another verdict made by adding up what each ed ber with so little respect. Hailroad Company Tho ro wonder Phil owns tho SantaV.Fo fire insurance policy gomery, for J. I. McKinney, of Montman thought the woman ought to have woman scorned. biggest Ala., a harneHS gelding for $135. jump and dividing by 12. It is said that one Thompson whs afraid she would ever written. It is for $17,000,000, and Reports from the hop growing down his throat, frizzes and all when he man was for only SI, while ono or two covers every piece of combustible prop of tho Pacific Const say the proswas for the full amount. The colonel cross questioned her. erty that belongs to tho company. pects are good for a large yield this year. In town, consisting of India Linen, Nainsook Checks, Irish Lawns, moved for a new trial, but it was likely A straw, which tuny hiiua' the direcWilliam Fullerton, of Sioux Falls, S. L W. Mintou, of Lebanon, sold to Indian Dimity, Pacific Jaconets, Algerianc Stripes, &c. All of which a bluff. He ought to have enough of it, tion the wind is bio wine, Hiw iu Wood- D., got $23,000 in a damage suit ngaint J. ICincaid, of Sonora, the saddle stallion, will positively be sold lor less than you can buy them elsewhere. In and probably has. It was idiocy to go ford Saturday. W. 0. Davit", a Breckin- the Homestako Mining Co, for losing Brown Squirrel, by Black Squirrel, for Dress Goods, wc have them to suit the purse of the poorest and the into trial with such a plea as he put up. ridge man, boat Tobias Gibson, an oppo- both feet in an accident which occurred $050 It was an infamous one, made doubly so nent of the silver tongued, by GO,", car- while ho was iu tho company's employ. T. H. Thorntou, of Bradfordsville, aesthetic taste of the most fastidious. Now a word or two about by Little Phil Thompson's disgusting rying every precinct in thn county. Tho theatrical manage-- s have renew- sold to U'org- Lyddaue, of Wetatcr appeal to the brute instincts. The judge saddle stallion ed their offers to Mies Pollard, but her county, a ITkev Woodson Beems to he getting the didn't call his name, but he took occabrother says none of them will be no by Star Thornton, for $1,000. sion to mention him in his instructions governor in hot water. If tho governor Patronage, piro of Alex 2:07J, is ono woman is now paid in n way he- must despiee. It would knows nnything about official rottenness ticed. Tho notorious Men's Shirts, we have them in Embroidered to be utterly prostrated from her great of the most popular stallioua of tho day Kor men and boys. seem that the colonel's goose, which was at Frankfort it is his duty to tell L, if he and tin fast littlo mare above deserves fronts, shield, plain atid fancy 1'. P. and puff bosoms. strain. Negliges in cooked before, is burnt now, but lie has does not then to keep shut up. St. Louis capitalists havo let a con- a great deal of credit for it, any pattern. Neckwear in profusion. Hosiery all shades and qualirelaxed none of the rigidity of his upper tract to build a railroad from St. E'lno, Tho Winchester fair grounds wero NEWSY NOTES. lip, und still says he is in the CongresA shirt, knee pants and s,traw hat, a summer outfit for that barc- HI., to Brooklyn, opposite Paducah, Ky , pold a few days ago to satisfy a mortgage ty. sional fight to stay to the bitter end. His Tho daffodil is now the fashionable a distance of about 100 miles. It will be fir$S,000. They bought ?10,S53 Tho looted, rascally boy of your all fur 50c. Our stock of Sprint? Cloth- constituents will doubtless drive the last llower in England. known as tho Chicago, Paducah and new company will give a fair this year, ing is still increasing and we arc the leaders in assortment, quality nail in the coffin of this dead cock in the Snow drifts in some parts of South Memphis railway. E P. Woods Inn sold to J It. Bowles onri ,,.;.,, nn,,i,l Miu,,,. lhe l,Cncf,t f th,S Wctk baigains. pit and inter his bones unwept, uuhon Dakota aro 15 feet high. Tho Fiscal court of Clark county has of Bardstown, his noted jack, John 8. j ored and unsung. It is 6ad that one so Tho Bell county fiscal court only al- fixed the rate of taxation for that county Wells, for a fancy price. This jack's gifted should find a death so ignoble, lowed its judge $172 a year. at 35 cents on $100. Of this 17 cents is reputation is known from the Ohio riven when ho might have been iu tho Z3uith Mrs. Lucy Tate, wife of the fugitive, for county purposes, 10 ceuts to pay off to the Gulf of Mexico. of his fame. He deserves his punish Dick Tate, is dying at Frankfort. Tho Lebanon Enterprisn reports a railroad bonds and 2 cents for interest ment, but Mies Pollard is entitled to lit Tho county levy of Montgomery has on turnpike bonds. number of pales of hogs at 4, a tle commiseration. Her whole life has been fixed at 571c. Ours is only lSJc. Col. George It Davis, director gen- old jack, Blue Jay, for $000 and Marion A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor been one of duplicity, double dealing J. A. Calhoun has been appointed eral of tho World's Fair ami 0., by Teuton to Holliday Murphy, of T. D. RANEY, Manager. and depravity and her vindication in a postmaster at Parkland, Boyle county. hag announced his return to Lexington, for $2,500. .. measure will encourage other designing The value of tho coal mined in the politics and his candidacy for the re-- Sea Girl, 2:18J and Maliala,2:10 nro women to go and do likewise. It would Mnited States last year was $205,570,27!). publican nomination for United States being worked as a team over tho Lexbe well if both could be buried in a forOne man was killod and four se- Senator from Illiuoh. ington track It is also stated that gotten grave. riously injured by tho explosion of an 2:09 and Charlie O , 2:141, will bo Tho officers of the Now Farmers' oil car in Chicago. Buik of Mt. Sterling, who were indicted driven to the polo together. Col. Craddock commences an item by Tho C. ami O. has reduced tho rate after the bank's suspension, wero acquitirtxrnfr . . H. C. Ezell, of the Mill Creek Stock sayinp: "Wo happened to be sitting on to Hot Springs, Va. Hereafter it will be ted upon peremptory instruction by the Farm, Wilkerson, Tenn , the great breeda.train." Wo do not wish to appear to be ? A.lfc.I year round. court. It is believed now tho deposi- er of jacks and jnnet, sold a number lacking in respect for age and tho state- $17 all the 'Vai3K3 T&, Mrs. Potter Palmer is now personally tors of the bank will be paid in full. of jacks at $700 to f t.OOO and several jenments of aged men, but we must char managing the Palmer House in Chicago "Gen." Kelly and his 1,200 followers nets at $300. He still has 35 for sale. acterize this as an unreasonable, unnecla Hcceivinp His owing to the illness of her husband. are now in Iowa, having cropsed tho Mis There wore about 200 cattle on the essary and unadorned species of men Homer Fuller, a fisherman of souri river to Council Blufi'a early Sun- market at Danville yesterday but the dacity that ought to be severely rebuked. Ind., pulled up p man's head day morning, whero they went into feeling for them wa far from being good. The colonel knows, and everybody while fishing in the Ohio river near that camp. The army is well behaved, and Twenty old cattle sold at $20; lot knows who knows him, that he did nut place.. Goods Warranted and a l'erlect Fit Guarantecc1. Give me call. there seemed no need of seven compan- of calves, IS iu number, $13.50; yearling "happen" on the train. He got on it, Hon. Silas Adams has introduced a ies of militia Gov. Jackson had ordered steers $15; lot ncrub steers $10 Plug as we can prove by the conductors, as is bill in Congress increasing the pension of Inrses were slow at $15 to $35. his daily custom, with the malice afore- Col. Frank Wolford from $50 to $75 per out. Newport News. Va., makes a most Our figures on tho hhIo of the Black-erh- y thought and evil prepense of getting all month. gratifying showing as a shipping port in lands on Dix Hiver got a Httl mixuood he can out of his pass ami to the Gen. Henry W. Slocum, soldier, show his appreciation to President statesman, and democrat of tho purest the faco of the biibin9d depression. For ed. S. M. Spoonamore nave f'.ti 25 an M. II. Smith for sending him the much ray serene, died at Brooklyn Saturday, tho first three months of last year the acre for tho 150 acres bo got anil Mr.". HIJ-SsAtavalue of exports to foreign countries Ball $05 an acre for a fraction over 13 prized "complimentary." Wo are there- aged 07. Jl amounted to $2,101,220, while for tho ncrts. Mr. bpooiiamore has since sold 44 fore able to stae, and do it boldly, withNow York City spent $15,000,000 for out fear of successful contradiction, that the support of its poor during tho year amo months this year they aggregato acres of his land to W. H. Watson at? 10 As usual, having seemed the agency for the The hon-- show at iiustonville Satthe stat ment made by the defendant is just closed, $5,000,000 more than any $3,401,110, an increase of $l,300,syj. urday aiternoou was well attended and misleading, mischievous and worse than year before. CHURCH AFFAIRS. some good specimens of thu equine famall, mendacious. Wo repeat most emJohn T. Davis, of St. Louis, rated phatically that Col. Craddock did not the richest man in Missouri, died at his IIov. J. W. Weaer, of Louisville, ily were on exhibition. Tho day w8 splendid for the husinet-- and with a gocd "happen" on that train. home. He leaves property valued at arrived yesterday to continue tho Bap- plnco to show, more interest was manitist meeting here. There have been no fested than was here on the Monday preThe democratic candidate for Congress $25,000,000. The best wheel made. conversions Bince laat report. Pension Agent Adams assumed the in the late Mr. Houk's district, PhilanMr. J. K. Batiiihman had out his I Jew Spruillo E. Burford, a prominent vious. J. M. thropist Paul Sorg, of Middletowu, O., duties of his office yesterday. entire hiring consisting of Naboth, 2:1S1; Brafford, of Barbouravillo, will bo his Episcopal minister, died Sunday in New and paid 109,000 for a paper mill, the owners saddlers William L., and Star DenYork of blood poisoning resulting from of which had gone to the wall, just to chief clerk. mark; 1). S. Carpenter showed Welch-monHon. Chauncey M. Depew, tho great a surgical operation. Ho was born in keep up theappearanco of his town and J. Steele Carpenter, Lexel; E. S. r speaker, iu an interviow at Harrodsburg, Kv. at the same time give employment to Hev. W. P. Fifo, tho new star in tho Powell, Erirsson; Sam May, All Stylo and the hundreds of idle men in his midst. St. Louis declared himself a candidate evangelical firmament, is creating a pro- Sulmarch; Madison Sandi ige A Son, Gilt The working men of the district ought for President. Edge; J. IF. Allen k Bro., Sentinel; O. L The Court of Appeals has affirmed found religious sensation at Maysvillo. Bowman, to and doubtless will rally to the supGrady Wilkes; Albert Russell Thousands Hock to hear him and busiport of such a man, who is in every way the life sentence given to James Howard, ness houses are closed during his services. and J. W. Powell, each a fine jack, and of Anderson county, for tho murder of fitted to represent'them in Congress. others. Thu horse show at Hustonville Many havo been converted. John C. Morgan. Tho People's Church (Methodist), of is one of tho events of the year that thu Judge Di'ndy has inado an order Speaking of Phil Thompson and, his good people of that section look forward restoring tho wages of tho Union Pacific Boston, is tho largest church of that de- to. disgusting appeal to the jury in the nomination in tho world, and has the Breckinridge case, the Louisville Times, employes to the old Bcalo. About 5,000 largest congregations in Methodism. The populists nominated II. F. Turmen are affected. which usually strikes tho bull's eye, A femalo cyclist created a sensation The pastor, Rev. Dr. J. Boyd BraJy, ner, of Henderson, for Congress in tho says: "By merit the counsel raised himin Chicago last week by appearing in preaches to from 7,000 to 10,000 people 2d district, after Tom Ptttit had declined Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. self to a worse eminence than his client Call and the nomination, bloomers, while riding her wheel on woekly. examine and get prices. succeeded in reaching after years of paround-tri- p Tho L. & N. will make a Michigan boulevard tient and persistent climbing. BreckinTho Only ()lt(ul. Tho opposition to tho ronomination rato to Nashville of one faro on account ridge displayed talent; Thompson deof tho Gunoral Assembly of tho ProBby-teria- n of "Objector" Holman to congress is rapmonstrates genius. It's u good pair to church, which meets there May idly dissolving. His nomination is now discard." 15. Tho same rate will bo given to Memoi.iiiiorti, Ky. practically assured. . v. fe . 'i..ivt? ;vTVr ' In a Btreet fight at Memphis, Police phis on tho occasion of tho meeting of A fi.ie which raged so savagely that April 30 to May 2. aid had to be sent for from Louisville, man Hogues and a countryman named tho M. E. Congress El Jors Matthews and Collie, of Lexdestroyed about $20,000 worth of un- Gullidgo wero both shot to death. They ington, preached Sunday on purity in sightly houses in Elizibethtown. They fired 17 shots between them. Wickhnm Taylor, of Norfolk, Va , politics, with pointed reference to the wero in the vicinity of thn depot and tho was found dead in a bath tub at his home, caso of Col. Breckinridge. Some of tho loss may prove a gain in tho cud, for the buildings gave passengers on tho train a having died of heart diaeaao while he colonel's friends are said to Imve beon incensed by the Beruious, regarding very bad idea of Bro. Sommera' "dear was taking his morning bath. Whilo walking homo from church them H au inteifurumx' in thu political old E'town." with his sweetheart, Louis Lyons, of campaign. The attorney, who represented Mayor Gallatin, Tenn., was shot in the UAckand Dr. T. A. Bracken, tho venerable Advanco Agent (in Oklahoma) What! Harrison's family iu the ease against as- instantly killed. A jealous rival is and beloved pastor of the Lebanon only ono drowning room in this theater? sassin Prondergast, has withdrawn aa the : : church, now oloao on to four soore years, You surely don't expect a dramatiocom-jwn- y : indications point to the fact Unit Judge Col S. F. B. Mor&e, who was for proauhed at the Presbyturlnu church 18 Indies and gentlemen to dross of Chetlaiu ia decidedly favorable to the as- mauy years General Passenger Agont of Sunday night from John 1:12. It was a in that ono room, do you? Manager Dinks (of tho Spread Eaglo sassin. Hades is full of such judges as tho Kentucky Contral Kailroad, haabeon splendid effort an I a glorious testimony Bradley, Chetlain and othera of that appointed Genural Passenger Agent for of the truth of religiou to hoar him say, theater) What's tho inattfj-- Hain't tbey on bnenkin tarms? Prwk. ilk. the Southorn Padiia. "I have Iwii) yonaif, and now I am old; iEMI-WEEKLY TREMENDOUS I 6 EVERY 0B8 PAGES. 1 year-old- lo-lia- flf TOTTED $11,-00- iU3L 3 JfejL ar d. sni-cid- Kou-tuckia- n, ar Wonderful Bargains ! .ic; free-for-al- ls ey dit-tric- ts Nicest Assortment Furnishing Goods - three-year-ol- d - . I LOUISVILLE : STAITPOHD. 3"2, STORE, liar-riett- a, -- M.6.RUPLEY,-e avnuMmMr . art Iffiaito Jefler-sonvill- e, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. I Pljfl I e s VICTOR BICYCLE, t; J. K. VANARSDALE, after-dinne- GLASSWARE, QUEteNSWARE, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 rMm&vF&L r eua-pecto- d. We Have Got Them. W. H. WEARE n co. s a JsJi. Semi-Weekly -- Interior Journal IT - ii F. N. F.ubanks, 21, and Miss Ida, 20, daughter of M. H, Morgan were married - AVMl. 17, 1891 tJTANFOKD, Ktm at Pleasant Point church, Sunday. John Dlshon, a widower of 03, took to himself a wife Sunday in tho person E. C. Walton, Business Manager of Miss Susie Wattles. Tho ceremony was said at Crab Orchard. We mean our stock of MEAN8 BUSINESS, -"- Willie" Wilde, thelato husband of Mrs. Frank Leslie, has married again. Huy your ncliool liouku and school ol nil kimlii at A. It, Penny's. His brido this time is .Miss Sophia Lees, of Dublin, Ireland. Watchhs, clocks nnd jnwulry repnlroil Mrs. Leslie oays she Aiml wiiriiutlm. KiiKravinu n Bpecinlty, la a comparatively poor but most estimaat A. It. l'eniiy'n. We have bought goods ble woman. Wilde says ho married her TiiKl.ari'wt stock of Drum, Millciiit'8, for love. She is 10 years old. l'vrliiinury, Paints nntl Wall Paper t A Kentucky woman latoly recover- i nc A. It. Penny's. a Hpcclnl-t- y. ed damages cf $150 for tho loss of a horse killed by a railroad accident, and one And arc going to sell them at prices that will astonish you. A par-PERSONAL POINTS. cent damages for the loes of her hustial list is as follows: I. W. (iiikks went to Somerset Sun band, also killed nt tho same time. This day. is a significant legal estimato of thu valNew Ginghame, New Soutoche Braids, Miss Montik IIahiuh lift Sunday to ue of that State's masculine population New Prince Duck, visit friends at Iluckeye. cv Moire Silks, iu comparison with that of its Da. A. S. Piuik spent Sunday with hti New Percales, New Mohair Insertions, American. home folks in Garrard. New Crepe Moire, New Silk Insertions, Oliver Souger, ol Anderson, Ind , MlhfiKH Maooiic and Linda Owhi.kv and his newly made brido went to visit New Flemish Lawns, New Point de Venise Lace, went to yesterday. his mother-in-lawho at times la a New Batiste, New Lace Bands, Miss Jknmk McKinkky, of the Weet maniac. Sho had one of these spells on Eld, attended the PreBbytory. New Dotted Swisses, New Black Girnpure Lace, and taking a' great diMiko to Souger Mn, 0. K. Jonih, of Pulnekl, visited Organdies, New New Jet Trimmings, sought to do him up. Slipping into his friends hero Saturday and Sunday. room while ho was sleeping she began New China Silks, New Colored Hamburgs, IIMllH. CiKOHUK lillOADDL'H, of IticblliOuJ, on him with a beer bottle and before he New Challies, New Trimming of All Kinds. has been visititiK Mm. It. II. Dunks could raise his head she had fractured Mux. HknxdiitSpaldino, of Iebanon, his skull nnd inflicted injuries that will Lancaster Ginghams 5c; Renfrew Ginghams 5c; Calicoes 4c to 5 cts. is visiting her father, Col. T. P. III. Tin: doctors will hold the boards at prove fatal. Ix tho contest at Public Park Academy Come and see us. JiDcir. Stki'iikn Huitcn, V. S. gauger for representative in the lilue Grass De- Walton's Opera Houe, Wednesday and Invitations to tho marriage of Hon. in Anderson, was up Sunday to see his clamatory contest at Winchester, June Thursday, and they aro anticipating John Samuel Owaley, Jr., to Mi.--s Ella (oiks. 12, James M. Saulley won tho honor, all much pleasure and practical benefit from daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mns. J. 13. Owknb and Cabbell, of tho judges, UeH. Arnold nnd Kills and the meeting. The celebrated Dr. Price, of Franklin, ;were received by seut several days with Mrs Hon. W. H. Miller, deciding in his favor. of Pln'adidphia, will lecture on Abdomfriends hero Saturday. The Interesting J. W. Kout, SyiiKkJ. S. Muhi'iiy baa koiio to To us who can remember tho tragedy, inal S. t 'Mn and perform operations on event will occur at 1) v. m. April 20 In the oM ladies in demonstration. Cumberland Presbyterian church in tho Frankfort to visit his daughter, Mrs. T. it does not seem tlmt 2D years have gone two capital of Simpson county. Wo congratM Cioodkniiiht. feels i The l.TKHiou Jout.xvl Tn by since Wilkes Mootli tired the shot that Mich Gatuwooo Givsnb, of Lincoln, cut short thecareer of tho great Abraham highlv complimented to have such a ulate our excelleut young Commonwas the Kuest of Mrs. II. M. Hallou, this Linroln, but such is tho fact. Saturday competent authority as Bro. Marrs siy in wealth's Attorney on winning tho heart Bedecked Cleopatra in jewels, but we clothe our customers in the finand hand of such a lovely and lovable est rainment at the lowest prices. Old Mark didn't week. Ijtncaster Itecord. night was thefaunivcrsary of the arsatsi-natio- his Central Record that it is "one of young lady aa his prospective bride. She .Mies Jk.n.nik Cunnixuiiam llnilinj; the the best papers i n this or any other State." drefS'iUHkiuc biiMiuesa overdone here, Dr. G. A. Traylor will also Hccept our has visited tho sisters of Mr. Owsley freAs the matter is uf much interest in thanks for a highly appreciated notice in quently and all who enjoy her acquainh.iH relumed to Ixjuisville. W Mam Mih.t Xasmk axii Ai.uk Pknton, of this community and may ellWit other his correspondence for the D.inville Ad- tance an charmed with her beauty and vivaciousuefce. It will surprise some of Garrard, hxvo been the miest of Mrs. 11, communities very largely, wu give in vocate. Mr. Owsley's friends to hear of hia in- Like we do, for we must give lower prices than our neighbors or we full tho decision of Judge Snufluy in the Iv. Wtaren and Mrs. Annio James. A nooic containing tho disgusting sto- tended step, but all will congratulate Cm.. S. F. Kmiihy, Sate lecturer lor Shelton application for license to sell are left. It is said that a silver dollar is worth only 50c, but we tell liquor at Rowland. It appears on our ry of tho intrigiu) of Col. Breckinridge him on the wisdom of it and rejoice in tho C O Keeley Cure, and Gus you your 50c is worth a dollar with us. Wc will give you the lowest and Mips Pollard, together with tho de- his good fortune. that page. of tint Spring, were here yesterof the trial, is already on the markprices and take your bad money. tails day. llouv Found. Mr. 11. H. Fish tells us et. Its back is very appropriately orna LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. M. S. I)a4tin has moved iMick to Hih-liu- d who mented with a closed carriage, into from PittabiHK. He tells as a lorn: that the body of John Nordyke. The Laurel county fair will bo held miners is looked for on has been missing from Crab Orchard which a man and woman are getting, August 22, 23, 21 strike of the coal since Feb. lo, wad found near with theso words underneath: "She was the 'J 1st. Jas. Williams was in from Centre The coroner'a jury found that a woman; a man; human both." Hox. axii Mns. IIkkck Joni.8 and chilIn quality, quantity and prices. We are determined to make College this week. dren, of St. Iouis, arrived Sunday to at- his death was caused by drink; another Messrs Wyans it Tudor have taken Ykstkiiday was such u delightful tend the bedside of Mr. John M. lleid, argument for prohibition. Spring day that people with the proper charge of the Jackson Hotel. who is very ill. Fit an k, the sou of Capt. II. appreciation of the good things of life The mammoth bell to tho MethoMil. Sam M. IIoimks ic one of the be?t F. Powell, was bsdly bitten by one of could hardly keep from singing all the dist church, South, arrived Saturday. b'at patrons of the 1. J. and it appreci- his hounds Friday evening. The little time, Little Sophia Caldwell, daughter of "Praise God from whom all blessates it. He subscribes nnd pBys for near- fellow was playing with tho dog, when ings How." It is to bo hoped that Spring Dr. T. P. Caldwell, is sick of typhoid And we have to do all the pulling ourselves. Still we do not give ly a halt dozen copies. the canine suddenly bit him in the ear, this time and that fever. anything away any more than other people, but for every dollar paid lUv. J. N. I.vlk, of Ioulsville, is tl o nearly tearing it from his head. The has come in earnest Three converts to the Christian us wc try to give full value and a little better than our neighbors. she has fully determined to kick old oilv ono loft of the iaitinjr preacheie. dog was promptly killed. Winter out of her luscious lap for good church were baptized in J. T. Brown's talk of railing him to tie T lere is Dress Goods 20c, 35c, 40c and 50c will cost elsewhere from 40c to pond Sunday. and all. ptitorato of the church here. Tub Kay L. Koyco entertainers will be Men's nice Spring Suits $5 to $15. Neglige Shirts 25c to Mrn. Marin beforo Judge 75c. I)n. F. K. Kixxky, a homeopathic with us May 2nd. After enjoyingono of The report that camo over the. wires Barnett Friday Steel, was accused of lunacy, but S1.25. Do you wear Shoes ? Ii so come and see us. We can fit physician of Campbell county, has locat- his performances, Hill Xyo wroto to Mr. Sunday that Billy Breckinridge had cut the jury didn't think so If her husband your foot and guarantee satisfaction, or put up silver dollars until you ed hero and for the present will have Ins K'lycn as follows: Your music is simply tiis throat, probably grew out of tho fact Kd Mcltoborts block, socially and did. ctiHrming and your fun would cause a that he has killed himself odlco in the old are satisfied. Remember if you can't find a suit in our stock, wc will Mns. F. W. Dilmo.v, of Crab Orchard, graven image to laugh, but would not politically, by his liason extending over A dispatch from Hio De Janeiro says: have one made for you. Remember also that we are headquarters and Miss Ora Wihnore, of HarrodsburK, soil the tnojtdelicate fabric. nine years of a life, which he surrounded Admiral De Mello has surrendered to for the J. B. and P. D. Corst. were Kiiests of relatives here Tuesday with au atmosphere of piety and purity. rruguayan authorities with his 1,500 Wk enjoyed a capital dinner at the new Thal'ri tho only kind of a felo do so that the Niuholasvillu Journal. and Wednesday troopp, ending the Brazilian robollion. Mim Jkx.nik Wakiikn went over to St. Asaph Sunday, where everything is ho has committed. He la not thu kind The employes of the Groat Northern Lincnster Friday to hear her brother as nice and as bright as a new pin. The of a man to tako his natural life. railroad belonging to tho American Rail9 Ashley declaim He did null but Na- house has been refurnished and refitted Tiik C.iledoniau Society which mot nt way Union have struck against a reduc condition. Far- and is now in than F.llioil was chosen to reprrsmt tion of wages, partially tying up 1,500 ris it Hardin, the new proprietors, appear Turnersville Saturday night elected It. Garrard College. , M. Xuwland, president, G. L. Carpenter, miles of tho systom. and Mn. A. Uiiiiaxkky, proprietor of the already ns veterans in the businvt-cPoor old Charley Moore, of tho Blue and Mis? Florence TanIMiisvlllo Store, sherea day or two, will wu are sure make a smcccts of it. Ginsa Blade, Bays ho is going to have Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. the first time for a year. He seems to be Tiik old saying "Go away from home ner, secretary. (nito an amusing argu- Bishop Dudley indicted for blasphemy, mentative ess ly waa had between Mits My stock is sure to please you in pretty well satisfied with the way the to hear the news," is again proved true Florence and Mis Lillian Tanner on because, aa h alleges, tho bishop says iMya run tho business. things in the Bible aro not true. Mh. V. G. FitkKMAX, who Iihb been set- by the following from tho Cynthiaua which is it better for a man to marry a all typo In this olllce for several weeks, Times: "Crab Orchard Springs is a great girl that can cook or one th.it can play ting NEW AnYEliTMKMENTri. left yeirterday for Cincinnati. It is his place for duckn. (ins Holl'man, the man- on the piano. Miss Lillian took the ager of the hoN'l, one day recently killed put of tho cook and won. It was set intention to et a place in the navy, if he A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastinc, Var! in two hnl4. They were on tho arti tied that Abe Lincoln was a greater man can, and will no later to Washington. nishes, &c. lleial lake in the reHrof the hotel. Wm than Jell' Davis, after James Beazley had f Davis Vertical Machine CITY AND VICINITY. nino-an- d Mitchel, of Louisville, caught a appeared for Jell' and T. J. Hill, Jr., for haps out of the s.uuu lake." Abe. F.ditor F. C. Gaines read The TiiAir. with Dunks, the Hustlinu JewAre because 'hey and eler. and corustica-te- d 1 the variety of work run lighter other can ilo Before Spring Cleaning. than any sewing SuimiES. T. F. Alexander, an oxten-biv- Truth, which eeintallatod nughlnc. The with Bense and nonsense, wit and Fkkph line of Zuigler ahoes at S. H. Meicer county trnder and fanner for Shanks'. losing heavily on a stock transaction wisdom. It was liberally illustrated, Ladios Lincoln County Kd is nn artist as well as tho best editor .Skk our Gent's ties at 25 and 50c. Sov mndi) an assignment Saturday and then Are cordially invltoJ tn call at tho .St Asaph was considerHotel and examine the machine, as welt a Son. went and blew his brains out with a pis- on Logau's Creek. There urauco work. McMUKRAY 11ROS. able disorder during tho meeting, creat P. H. tol. Ho was 1(5 and unmarried. Stanford, Ky Conx planters and sheep shears at Mc- Best, a magistrate and merchant, of Mer- ted bp a lot of bums and scalawags, who Kinney k Hocker's. up. cer county, also took his life because of seom to want to break tho thing And wc propose to get it by showing you the largest and finest bo put to breaking rock New carpets and rugs. See our ladies' financial reverses. While the latter waa They ought to Instead. There will bo a called meeting stock of being buried,; Wm. Kuseoll, an old friend Oxfords. Severance A Son. of tho members of the society next Sat of the deceased, fell dead at the grave. Tiiiikk rooms for rent in Odd Fellows' urday night. building Old Commercial. Apply to Jk?sk Thompson, tho polite and excelIt might natural.ly bo inferred that a lent barber who has lived hero lor the A. O. Sine. Our In Stanford. man, holding tho views wo have always your carriage painting and trim- past eight or nine years, has decided to entertained on tho regulation of tho Havk his old homo at Lexington. ming done at J. 11. DoNardi's Bhop. See return to tho He has rented a tine shop on Main street whisky traffic, would exult over advertisement. by DKALEK IN- go turn of events of tho last few weeks, in that city and about May 1st will And we guarantee every article we sell. licensing of saloons in our Oun sterling silver novelties are all Hie over and take charge. During his stay which tho rdgo. Get posted in tho latest fashions bore Jesso hat deported himself very neighboring townB is to continue, but at DankB, tho jeweler's. creditably and his intended departure is wo do not. After prohibition' had been : Ho says voted in this district by a majority, email tho subject of no little regret. Tiiiiku good draft horses, intends to have his place hero though it is, wo honestly hoped that and weighing about 1,100 pounds, for that he the law would bo given a fair chance, filled by a good barber. sale or trade. Illggins A Watte. Dowithout tho drug store featuro of tho In company with a do.eu other guests, trial before, and intended in good faith Lackb aio tho correct trimmings. We all of tho male purshasiou, tho editor, to help those w ho had voted it prove h.ivo more than all tho other houses in who nlso marked another milo post on that prohibition can prohibit. Tho courta Sr vc ranee it Sou. combined. to thu journey of life at tho wuno time, having decided, however, that tho towns hundred doxon men's hnndkur helpwl Joneph Briggs Paxton celebrate aro not atlected by the action of tho disOxe chiefs. Pure Huon handkerchiefs at 10, his birthday by partaking with him ono tricts in which thoy foim n part, and Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. I have added to my business a line of ir, 5S and 35c. UimHtituhed handker of tho most elegant little suppers, helms llcenso having been granted to a Row J miles from tho chiofri from 3c up, Severance t Son. over had tho privilege of nttending. It land saloon, lees than many rea Headquarters lor almost anything aala of Hamplo shoeo has was served in half a dozen or more centre of Stanford, there are Oi'it great and discussed with avidity. The 8ona why our council ought now to grant courscfl been the talk of the town; no wond-culaino wjib perfect as might hayo boon licenses, nt least for tho year that whis- you want. When you want a s shot-we are selling $3.50 and whan expected with Joe's charming hotter half ky Is to bo sold at Rowland. Wo will and UpiH-- for $1 18. A nothor lot jnat to 8t)0 after it. Wo wont tell how old get all tho ovil effects of bnr roomu in From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match received. 11. F. Jono - As Hon. meal for 25c, call on him. tho host was, hs Jthat butter half, who is 6iich close proximity and wo had just as without wasje. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it Killko.A dispatuh from Williams-bur- many yoare his junior, is Eonaitivo on well get Bomo of tho rovenuo from its here in two days. utatea that Isaac Johnson shot and tho Biibjeet, but wo will say that wo wish sale. This view may not coincide with Jonoa nt that plnce, killed William their birthdays would como every week those of tho prohibitionists, but it is thu of nn alleged Intimacy with his and that wu would bo there to enjoy practical one, and tho leaser of the ovils , daughter. Johnson is a justice of the Stanford, Ky. that confront us. their celebration. peace. ' $2.18, only one to a eustomor. Jones it Von. Blip-pli- f")00 hat nt Ovvino to the cold wp,itlier my opening IJ. F. tins been postponed till April 20 and 21, You aro respectfully invitod. Mrs. Kato Choice lot of roses and plants nt I). V. Duddernr. Tine store of Mr. A. C. Martin at S.uif- Vandovcer's Wednesday and Thursday. ley was broken into Friday night and Mrs. W. !:. Varnon. robbed of about $125 worth of goods Iryonlinvn't paid your 181)3 account No arrests and no el no that wo have at MeKlnnoy Hros.', please do ho at once. heard of. Wo must have our husinesa settled up. Tiik Uncoln county jury which lizard I'LTitcif ahi:i:h in the jewelry line will tho caso of Copo and Doolin at Somerset purely be pleased by the priet'H of the gave tho former two and the latter three innnllk't'iit stock DuiikB, the jeweler, is years in the pen. They killed an oilicer " now displaying. at a religioiH githering a few yeirs ago, who was attempting to arroat them for Copeland's Hkah in mind Col. L. disorderly conduct. lecture on the f til. It is fioing to be the best of the series, as well at the best Two years ago to day, Mr. 11. II. D.inks ever delivered here. went into the jewelry business on his has been successful I'aiiuot. Suitable reward will bo paid owi hook and he beyond his expectations. Ilia sales the at this o co for tho return of a creeu were Just three times the parrot, with yellow head and red tipped second year first. A good stock, politeness and prinwinH. Got away about 10 dayBano. ter's ink will accomplish great results. 9 Hy tho recent vhaiiKu of schedule on Danville Goks Wkt If our Danville the Q. it C. you can not go or come from up water works as ea the South to this place without lyliiK friends could put sily as they voted $70,000 for their conover at Junction City l'J hours or more. struction, they would soon be in line Ovkii SOO sample hats just received, with their inoro progressive sister of latest styles and shapes, no two alike. Stanford. At tho election Saturday the Wo have hats to suit everyono at less vote stood 35 against the appropriation than manufacturer's prices, $ I still's at to 51)1 for. Tho next question Is "where'e tho water at ?" 12.50, Ac. U. F. Jones & Son. 15. Gknuink John .StelHon MATRIM0II1ALMATTERS. THEY ARE HERE I Spring Fa & Summer Goods. 1 12 i leaper Than Ever, 111 hcraee.-Baltim- ore 1 1 liar-rodsbnr- ;, McKl-wai- n, SEVERANCE & SON. - k-- OLD MARK ANTONY 31 5"a n. TO HOS TLE 1 1 llrod-hea- WE BEAT 'EM ALL 1 Things Come Our Way, m -- HUGHES & TATE. ; m flist-chn'- S WALL PAPER vice-preside- DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. b hi hw HATHS YOUH HKFi5LXHX3XG DQjtfE b-- .l m K'e-tc- r of A. S.. FENITSr, Druggist. t ij-t- WE WANT YOUR TRADE R, WEI -- Watch.es, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware fmj(Cg: amm il(Tjwii:st DANKS, : m Fancy Groceries, ld The : Jeweler. m Foreign and n mestic Fruits, CARP ET 1 r $--1 first-clas- CARPET - SAMPLES, g R ZIMMER. . J. IMcROBERTS. .XT.mirrrr.tc-rrnrtiF- rr, . J....7...rST,.f.f p;, ,fM...aiaOT.--sr--,imWMWPH fc 1 lW miii it n wwnwi BBCKSEEa HH ft2& 6 1 ., y iEMl-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv, VV. April 17, 1S94 P. WALTON. 6 OS 3 PAGES. BVEBY IFIE&IID.A.'X". Fifteen Thousand Dollaks 1 That's la II the sum the jury says that Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge must pay Mies Madaline Pollard for breach of promise of marri age.made publicly after nine years of concubinage with her. Tho verdict is in the nature of a vindication of her, if that was all sho was after. Sho'll never get any Death is making many changes in the money out of it, as "Willie" has none, of a tur- lT. S. Senate. Hon. Zebulon B. Vance, and you can not get blood out nip. Tho closing scenes of the trial were of North Carolina, who has been ill for a Attorney long time, died at Washington Saturday, crowded with sensations. aged (54. For over 40 years ho served charged Lawyer Stoll, a Wilson - his people either in civil station or in be gawd, sir, and a Lexingtonian at that, with forging tho famous let-t- war, and as legislator, soldier, Congress actwhich cut such a figure in the trial, man, governor and l S. Senator, he imminent, till Wil- ed well his part thero all the honor lies. aad a duol seemed son made au apology and a correction. His term in tho Senate would not have His speech was a terrific arraignment of expired till March, 1S97. the delendant, whom he literally Hived It is now stated as an absolute truth alive. The case was given to the jury Mis. Luko Blackburn raiBed the after five long weeks of trial, at 3 p. si that money for Madaline Pollard to prosecute Saturday and in an hour and a half thty her suit, because Breckinridge had treatfiled back into the court room with a ed her with so little respect. Another verdict made by adding up what each rso wonuer i uu scorueu. man thought the woman ought to have woman Thompson whs afraid she would jump and dividing by 12. It is said that one down his throat, frizzes and all when he man was for only 51, while ono or two cross questioned her. was for the full amount. The colonel moved for a new trial, but it was likely A STnAW, which may snow the direca bluff. He ought to have enough of it, tion the wind is blowing, Itew in Woodand probably has. It was idiocy to go ford Saturday. W. O. Davi?, a Breckininto trial with Biich a plea as he put up. ridge man, beat Tobias Gibson, an oppoIt was an infamous one, made doubly so nent of the silver tonued, by W3, carby Little Phil Thompsou'a disgusting rying every precinct in tin? county. appeal to the brute instincts. Tho judge Tkev Woodson seems to tie getting the didn't call his name, but he took occasion to mention him in his instructions governor in hot water. If tho governor in a way he must despise. It would knows anythinir about ofliciai rottenness if he Beem that the colonel's goose, which was at Frankfort it is his duty to tell i., does not then to keep shut up. cooked before, is burnt now, but he has relaxed none of the rigidity of his upper NEWSY NOTES. lip, and still says ho is in the Congressional fight to stay to the bitter end. His The daffodil is now tho fashionable constituents will doubtless drive the last llower in England. nail in the coflin of this dead cock in tho Snow drifts in some parts of South pit and inter his bones unwept, unhon-ore- d Dakota aro 15 feet high. and unsung. It is 6ad that one so The Bell county fiscal court only algifted should find a death so ignoble, lowed its judge $472 a year. Mrs. Lucy Tate, wife of the fugitive, when he might have been in the Z2uith of his fauie. He deserves his punishDick Tate, is dying at Frankfort. The county levy of Montgomery has ment, but Miss Pollard is entitled to little commiseration. Her whole life has been fixed at u7Jc. Ours is only lSJc. been one of duplicity, double dealiug J. A. Calhoun has been appointed and depravity and her yindication in a postmaster at Parkland, Boyle county. measure will encourage other designing The value of tho coal mined in the women to go and do likewise. It would Mnited States last year was ?20o,37G,279. be well if both could be buried in a One man was killed and four segrave. riously injured by the explosion of an oil car in Chicago. Col. Ciuddock commences an item by The C. and O. has reduced the rate sayinp: "We happened to be sittinx on to Hot Springs, Va. Hereafter it will be a.train." We do not wish to appear to be $17 all the year round. lacking in respect forage and the stateMrs. Potter Palmer is now personally ments of aged men, but we must char managing tho Palmer House in Ohicagot acteriza this as an unreaaonable, unnec- owing to the illness of her husband. essary and unadorned species of men Homer Fuller, a fisherman of Jefier- dacity that onht to be severely rebuked. sonville, Ind., pulled up p man's head The colonel known, and everybody while fishing in the Ohio river near that knows who knows him, that he did not place. "happen" on the train. He got on it, Hon. Silas Adams has introduced a as we can prove by the conductors, aa is bill in Congn,;H increasing the pension of his daily custom, with the m.iliue afore- Col. Frank Wolford from $50 to $75 per thought and evil preper.se of netting all month. the uood he can out of his pit and to Gen. Henry W. Slocum, soldier, show his appreciation to President statesman, and democrat of the purest M. H. Smith for Bending him the much ray serene, died at Brooklvu Saturday, Wo are there- aged G7. prized "complimentary." fore able to state, and do it boldly, withNew York City spent $15,000,000 for out fear of euccessful contradiction, that tho support of its poor during tho year the statement made by the defendant is just closed, ;5,000.000 more than any misleading, miechievous and worse than year before. all, mendacious. We repeat moit emJohn T. Davis, of St. Louis, rated phatically that Col. Craddock did not the richest man in Missouri, died at hia "happen" on that train. Ho leaves property valued at home. Keu-tuckia- members and only 179 a quorum, it would seem that the democrats in Congress could have things their own way, but they can't or rather don't. Though paid to ho present, enough democrats are absent or refuse to vote, to break a quorum nnd then the body is at tho mercy of Heed and his minions, who fillibtiRter and hold high carnival, to tho disgust of tho people and the humiliation of the majority. Many means to secure a quorum have been" suggested, such as lining absent members or deducting their per diem, but it looks very much like Heed's meth od of counting a quorum will have to bo adopted finally, if the democrats ever do anything It will be a ereat victory lor the Czar, but it is better to let him crow than to go on setting tho democratic party in a worse fix every day. With 21S con-Btituti- rg Mrs. Henry Pearce, Jr., of Cincin-nst- i, yet have I not ooon the rightooua dropped dead suddenly in the par- en, nor hia seed beeclng bread." forsak- n, 3r u The democratic candidate for Congress Pension Agent Adams assumed the in the late Mr. Honk's district, Philan- duties of his oilicft yesterday. J. M. thropist Paul Sorff, of Middletown, O., Bralibrd, of Barbouravillo, will be his paid $G9,000 for a paper mill, the owners of which had gone to the wall, just to keep up the appearance of his town and at the same time give employment to the hundreds of idle men in his midst. The working men of the district ought to and doubtless will rally to the support of such a man, who is in every way fitted to represent'thecn in Cougress. Speaking of Phil Thompson and, his disgusting appeal to the jury in the Breckinridge case, the Louisville Times, which usually Btrikes the bull's eye, aays: "By merit the counsel raised himself to a worse eminence than his cliont succeeded in reaching after years of patient and persistent climbing. Breckinridge displayed talent; Thompson demonstrates genius. It's a good pair to discard." A fixe which raged bo aavagely that aid had to be sent for from Louisville, destroyod about 520,000 worth of houses in Elizibethtown. They were in the vicinity of the depot and the loss muy prove a gain in the end, for the buildings gavo passengers on the train a very bad idea of Bro. Ssomuiera' "dear old 13'town The attorney, who represented Mayor Harrison's family in the onne against Prendergast, has withdrawn as the indications point to the fact Unit Judge Chetlaiu is decidedly favorable to the assassin. Hades is full of such judges ns Bradley, Chetlain and othora of that ilk. ly $25,000,000. chief clerk. Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, tho great r speaker, in an interview at St. Louis declared himself a candidate for President. The Court of Appeals has affirmed the life sentence given to James Howard, of Anderson county, for tho murder of John O. Morgan. Judge Dpndy has made an order restoring tho wages of tho Union Pacific employes to the old scale. About 5,000 men are affected. A female cyclist created a aonsation in Chicago last weok by appearing in bloomers, while riding her wheel on Michigan boulevard Tho opposition to the renomination of "Objector" Holman to congress ia rapidly dissolving. His nomination is now practically assured. In a street fight at Memphis, Policeman Hogues and a countryman named Gullidgo wore both shot to death. They fired 17 shots between them. Wickham Taylor, of Norfolk, Va , was found dead in a bath tub at bin home, having died of heart disease while he was taking his morning bath. Whilo walhlug homo from church with his owoetheart, Louis Lyons, of Gallatin, Tenn., wab shot in the back and instantly killed. A jealoui rival is after-dinneeua-pecte- d. ;.i S. F. B. Morse, who was for many yoarn General Paenzer Agent of tho Kentucky Central Itailroad, lmsbwin appointed General Pawnnger Agent for tho Southern Pacific. .Col lor of tho Poienix Hotel, Lexington, of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. heart disease. Jerry Briscoe bought of J. W. Allen Tho business portion of Santa Cruz, Cal., was destroyed by fire late Satur 10 calves at $14. Jamea Pepples sold to Carr A Co., a day night, entailing a loss of SIWO.OOO, on ia but $S0,000. which the insurance lot of fat hogs at 4c- A jury gave lie v. George Dennis William Burton sold to M. F. Elkin $5,000 damages against the Pennsylvania a lot of fat hogs at IJc. railroad for cutting off both his legs and Tho horse show at Danville yesterIn tho lT. day was exceedingly alim. an arm. Ho sued for Silas Anderson bought in the East S court at Louisville. Williams, of Zanesville. O , has End a lot of heifers and steers at 2 to ale. Mrs. M. F. Elkin bought of J. L. just celebrated her 100th birthday. Sho a bunch of 120 pound hogs at IJc has never seen a locomotive or a steam L. G. Hubble sold to I) L. Tate and boat, but claims to havo shaken hands , jack J. L. Shadoan a I with Geo. Washington. Columbia Spectator says that for $000. Tho M. S. Baughmaii has engaged the John Greenarch, of Pulaski, is in juilnt Jamestown for poisoning his wife to splendid young rider, Homer Wray, to marry another woman, whom he was handle his saddlern. 0 Terro Haute, Ind., will have n eloping with when apprehended. olds and ono of Kmma, tho beautiful daughter Mies stake for four-yeof James H. Denton, a wealthy Mont- $11,500 for three year-olgomery county farmer, committed suiTho report that Budd Doblo would cide by taking strychnine. No causo for soon retire from tho sulky is emphatically denied by that gentleman. the rash net can bo surmised. Generalissimo Coxoy, of "The Army J. H. Halff, ono of the wealthiest Williamson county, Tenn., and a of Peace," made his money breeding men in merchant at Franklin, shot nnd fatallv horses. Ho is rated a millionaire. Sales of 100 hoga at 4 J to and a lot wounded A. U. Whiteniire, a rival merof ewes and late lambs at 3c are rechant, in the former's store. Brutus Cobbv aged 5 years, son of ported in tho Winchester Democrat. The Stock Farm says there never Mr. Silas T. Cobb, was thrown from a wagon loaded with corn and received was such n lot of first class material for as there aro this year. dangerous injury to his head, shoulder tho M. S. Baughman sold to A. A. and side. Hichmond for J. I. McKinney, of MontTho SantaFo Hailroad Comimny biggest fire insurance policy gomery, Ala., a harnesa gelding for $135. owns the Heporta from the hop growing ever written. It is for $17,000,000, and of the Pacific Coast say the proscovers every piece of combustible prop pects are good for a large yield this year. orty that belongs to the company. L W. Million, of Lebanon, fold to William Fullorton, of Sioux Falls, S. n damage suit against J. Kincaid, of Sonora, the saddle stallion, D., got $2o,000 in the Homestako Mining Co, for losing Brown Squirrel, by Black Squirrel, for both feet in an accident which occurred 1050 T. H. Thorntou, of Brailfordsvllle, while he was in tho company's employ. theatrical manngo's have renew- sold to G'orgi Lydilaue, of WeltT Tho enddle stallion ed their offers to Mies Pollard, but her county, n no by Star Thornton, for $1,000. brother Bays none of them will be Patronage, piro of Alex 2:071, '8 ont) ticed. Tho notorious woman is now mid from her great of the most popular stallioua uf tho day to be utterly prostrated nnd the fast little mare above deserves strain. St. Louis capitalists have let a con- a great deal of credit for it. The Winchester fair grounds were tract to build n railroad from St Ehno, Brooklyn, opposite Paducah, Ky , pold a fow days Ago to satisfy a mortgaco III., to H),S.)3 Tho a distance of about 100 miles. It will bo fir $8,000. They bought known as tho Chicago, Paducah and new company will give a fair this year. E P. Woods has sold to J B. Bow les Memphis railway. county has of Bardstown, his noted jack, John S. The Fiscal court of Clark fixed the rate of taxation for that county Wells, for a fancy price. This jsck's at 35 cents on $100. Of this 17 cents is reputation is known from the Ohio riven for county purposes, 10 cents to pay off to the Gulf of Mexico. Tho Lebanon Enterprise reports a railrcad bonds and 2 cents for interest number of paleaof hogs at lj, a on turnpike bonds. jack, Blue Jay, for $000 and Marion Davip, director genCol. George H C, by Teuton to Holliday k Murphy, of World's Fair and eral of tho h9 announced his return to Lexington, for $2,500. m Sea Girl, 2:lSr and Mahala, 2:191 are politics and his candidacy for the republican nomination for United States being worked as a team over the Islington track It is also stated that Senator from Illiuois. 2:09 and Charlie C , 2:H, will bo Now Farmers' Tho oilicers of the of Mt. Sterling, who were indicted driven to the pole together. Buik H. C. Ezell, of the Mill Creek Stock after the bank's suspension, were acquitted upon peremptory instruction by the Farm, Wilkeraon, Tenn , the great breedcourt. It is believed now the deposi- er of jacks and j"iint'tn, sold a number of jacks at $700 to $1,000 and .several tors of tho bank will be paid in full. at $300. He still has 35 for sale Kelly and his 1,200 followers "Gen." There were about 200 cattle on the are now in Iowa, having crorsed the Missouri river to Council Bluffs early Sun-U- y market at Danville yesterday but the morning, whero they went into feeling for them was far from being good, old cattle sold at $20; lot camp. The army is well behaved, and Twenty no need of seven conipan of cnlves, IS in number, $13.50; yearling thero womed $10 Plug ies of militia Gov. Jackson had ordered steera $15; lot Mirub stet-rlnrse3 were slow at $15 to $35. out. Our figures on tho hhIo of the Murk-o- r Newport News. Va., makes n most port in by hinds on Di.x Hiver got a lilll" mixgratifying showing as a Bhipping the faco of the business depression. For ed. S. M Spoonamoro gave f X 25 nil the first three months of last year the acre for the 150 acra he got and Mrp. value of exports to foreign countries Ball $55 an acre for a fraution over l.'l' amounted to 2,101, 220, while for tho ncren. Mr. Spnonamore has tuuco sold 4 fasno monthB this year they aggregte acres of his land to W. K. Watson at $10 The hori-- show at Uiistouvillo Sat$3,401,11'), an increase of $l,390,i'JJ MLUlHllillliMMP urday aiternoon was well attended nnd some good specimens of tho equine famGHURCHAFFAIRS. ily were on exhibition. Tho day ws Hev. J. W. Weaver, of Louisville, splendid for the husiuet-- and with n gocd arrived yesterday to continue tho Bapplace to show, more interest was manitist meeting here. There have been no fested than was here on the Monday pro conversions since laat report. vioiis. Mr. J. K. Baughman had out hia Hev. Spruillc E. Burford, a prominent entire htring consisting of Naboth, 2:19; Episcopal minister, died Sunday in and saddlers William L , and Star Denof blood poisoning resulting from I). S. Carpenter showed Welch-inonHo was born in mark; a surgical operation. J. Steele Carpenter, Lexel; E. S. Harrodsburg, Kv. Powell, Ericsson; Sam May, All Style and Hev. W. P. Fife, tho now star in the Sulmnrch; Madison Sandi Jgo St Son, Gilt evangelical firmament, ia creating a proEdge; J. H. Allen & Bro., Sentinel; O. L found religious sensation nt Maysvillo. Bowman, Grady Wilkes; Albert Hussell Thousands ilock to hear him and busiand J. W. Powell, each a fiuo jack, and ness houses are closed during his services. otherB. Tho horse show at Huston villo Many havo been converted. is one of the events of the year that the The People's Church (Methodist), of good people of that section look forward Boston, ia the largest church of that de- to. nomination in tho world, and has the Tho populists nominated 11. F. Turlargest congregations in Methodism. Hev. Dr. J. Boyd BraJy, ner, of Henderson, for Congress in tho The pastor, preaches to from 7,000 to 10,000 people 2d district, after Tom Ptttit had declined the nomination. woekly. The L. A N. will make a round-tri- p Tho Only Oltitiu'lo. rato to Nashville of ono fare on account Assembly of the Presbyof the General terian church, which meets thoro May 15. Tho same rate will be given to Memphis on tho occasion of tho meotin of the M. E. Congress April 30 to May 2. EUors Matthewa and Collie, of Lexington, preached Sunduy on purity in politics, with pointed reference to the case of Col. Breckinridge. Some of the oolonol'd friend lire said to have been incensed by the sermons, regarding in the politic! theiniwauiutBifrfrtinci' campaign. Dr. T. A. Bracken, the venerable Advnnco Ayent (in Oklahoma) What I beloved pastor of the Lebanon only ono dressing room in this thonter? and church, now oloo on to four suore jenrs, You surely don't expect n dnimntiocom-ln- y of 1H Indies nnd gentlemen to dress preached at the Preebytorhm church 1:12. It was a in that ono room, do you? Sunday night from John Manager Dinlts (of tho Sprond Eagle aplsndid effort an I n glorious testimony thoHter What's tho inntto-- ? Uaiu'tthoy of the truth of religiou to hoar him say, on bpoakin terms Puck. "I havo been young, and now 1 am old, Spoon-amore, year-oldlo-ha- TREMENDOUS ! Is the most expressive word we can find in our vocabulary that will give you a conception of the extremely low prices that still prevail with us. A number of our customers have asked us how we can afford to sell goods so much lower than our competitors, whose facilities for buying and selling close are to all outward appearances as good as ours. Tlcat is where the mistake comes in; for hor having numerous places of business in this and other States, we necessarily buy in larger quantities'and of course get closer prices. Hut what principally tells the tale is that we have $11,-00- ar d. Factories in the East need that cash; we need their goods; so in consequence we have bought at our own price and you shall have the benefit of it. For we intend to hell them at about one-hal- f of their original value and we intend to make this week the chance of a life time for our patrons to secure the most THEXASH. v 1 free-for-al- ls Mi-Kin- ney Ever offered. This tells you how it is done: All Calicoes at 4'jc; Apron checked Gingham 4;.'c and S cents; Tryons extra heavy 7- -8 Hrown Cotton will go again this week at 5c. In White Goods wc have the largest and Wonderful Bargains ! dir-tric- ts Nieest Assortment In town, consisting of India Ltnen, Nainsook Checks, Irish Lawns, Indian Dimity, Pacific Jaconets, Algeriane Stripes, &c. All of which will positively be sold lor less than you can buy them elsewhere. In Dress Goods, we have them to suit the purse of the poorest and the taste of the most fastidious. Now a word or two about three-year-ol- d Furnishing Goods For men and boys. Men's Shirts, we have them in Kmbroidcrcd fronts, shield, plain and fancy I. 1'. and puff bosoms. Negliges in any pattern. Neckwear in profusion. I Iosicry all shades and quality. A shirt, knee pants and straw hat, a summer outfit for that barefooted, rascally boy of your all for 50c. Our stock of Spring Clothing is still increasing and we are the leaders in assortment, quality and price. Don't fail to get the benefit of this week's bargains. t. LOUISVILLE STORE, STAITFOUD, KIT., : -- A. URHANSKV & CO., Proprietor T. D. RAN FY, Manager. liar-riett- a, jon-ne- ta Is Koccivin? Hia SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a l'crtcct Kit Guaranteed. Give inc s 1 E Ji v?i w 1 1 lff UM mh&inAM &mm 1 The best wheel made. e As ummI, having seemed the agency for the s VICTOR BICYCLE, J. K. VANARSDALE, GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. examine and get prices. Call and V New-Yor- k t; FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, Ky. Wq : Have : Got : Them. W, H. WEARE foi &G0. i! H. Gknuink at Owino MATRIMOHJALJIATTERS. Interior Journal $2.18, only John to Stetson ft 00 lint F. has been to tho cold weather my opening n customor. II. one postponed till April 'JO and 'Jl, F. N. Eubanks, 21, and MIsb Ida, 20, Jones it fc'on. You aro respectfully invited. Mrs. Kate . daughter of M. II, Morgan wero married Stanford, Kt., - Avmu 17, 1801 Choice lot of rosea and plants at I). W. Uudderar. mm at Pleasant Point church, Sunday. Vnmlpveer'B Wednoadny nnd Thursday. Tub store of Mr. A. C. Martin at Sauf-le- y John Dishon, a widower of OS, took was broken into Friday night and to himself a wife Sunday in the person Mra. V. K. Varnon. E. C. Walton, Business Manager robbed of about $125 worth of goods of Miss Susie Wattles. Tlio ceremony Ik yon liavn't paid your 185)3 account No arrests and no cluu that we have was Bid at Crab Orchard. Wc mean our stock of at Mclvinnuy HroH.', pleaao do so atonce. heard of. MEAN8 BUSINESS. "Willie" Wilde, tlmlato husband of IiubIiioph Mottled up. Wo uuiBt havo our 1!uy your bcIi oo ItookR anil ecliool eup The L'ncoln county jury which hard Mm. Frank Leslie, has married again. plit'H ol nil kitulH at A. H. Penny's. I'lMiniABKim in thw jewelry lino will tho case of Copo and Doolin nt Somerset His bride this time is Miss Sophia Lees, Watciiks, clockn nnd jowolry repnirpd Biirely bo pleased by tbo priopfl of the gave tlio former two and tho latter three of Dublin, Ireland. Mrs. Leslie aayB she ilml warranted. Kiiravin n specialty, mnnificunt utoi'k Dauks, tlio jeweler, is years in the pen. They killed an ollicer is a comparatively poor but most estima We have bought goods nt A. It. I'entij'n. now displaying. at u religious g Uttering a few yers agj, ble woman. Wilde says ho married her TiiKl.nrp'fltBtock of Drum, Mtlicin'H, . who was attempting to arroat them for for love. She is 10 years old. IVrfumury, I'uintfl nml Wall 1'apor nt 1!kah in mind L'ol. Ii. F. Copeland'B A Kentucky woman lately recoverHpvcinl-t- y. I'cMiny'a. A. J. disorderly conduct. Pri'Hcriptiond a lecture on the I'ltli. It is koIiik to be ed damages cf $150 for tho loss of ahorse the best of the sories, hh well an the host Two years ago to day, Mr. I J. II. D.inks killed by a railroad accident, and one And arc going to sell them at prices that will astonish you . A par-PERSONAL POINTS. over tlelivered hem. went into tho jewelry business on his. cent damages for the loes of her hustial list is as follows: lias been successful band, also killed at the same time. This W. GllKK.N Wt'Ilt tO SotllLTBC't Sun Paiihot, Snltablo reward will bo paid own hook and lie day. beyond his expectations. His sales the is a significant legal estimato of the valNew Ginghame, New Soutoche Braids, Miss Monti k IIakkib It ft Sunday to at this ofllco for tlio return of a green second year were just thiee times the ue of that State's masculine population yellow head and red tipped parrot, with New Prince Duck, New Moire Silks, visit friends at lltakeye. first. A good stock, politeness and prin in comparison with that of itd borsee. -On. A. S. I'iiicii Hpent Sunday with hli wings. Gotawayabout lOdaysago. New Percales, New Mohair Insertions, ter's ink will accomplish great remits. Baltimore American. homo folks in Garrard. Hy the recent change of schedule on New Crepe Moire, New Silk Insertions, Oliver Souger, of Anderson, Ind , Danville Goks Wet If our Danville MlfStH MaGOIK AMI LtN'DA OttHLKV the Q. C. you can not go or come from New Flemish Lawns, New Point de Venise Lace, friends could put up water works as ea and his newly made bride went to visit Wc'nt to Ixiinville yeslenhiy. the South to this place without lying iiis mother-in-lawho at times is a New Batiste, New Lace Bands, Mikb Jkkmk McKinnby. of the West over at Junction City - hours or more. sily as they voted J70.000 for their construction, they would booh be in line maniac. Sho had one of these spells on attended the Presbytery. Kid, New Dotted Swisses, New Black Gimpurc Lace, Ovbu S00 samplu liats just received, with their more progressive sister of and taking a' great dislike to Souger Ma. 0, E. Jonih, of Pulaeki, visited New Organdies, New Jet Trimmings, latest styles and shapes, no two alike. Stanford. At the election Saturday the sought to do him up. Slipping into hia friends here Saturday and Sunday. room while iio was sleeping she began New China Silks, New Colored Hamburgs, IJMiih. Gkoiuik Hhoadduh, of ItichmonJ, Wo have hats to suit overyono at less vote stood 'Mi Hirainst the appropriation on him with n beer bottle aud before he New Challies, New Trimming of All Kinds. than manufacturer's prices, $ I stills at to5Ul for. Tho next question is "where's has been vleitiiiK Mm. It. II. D.inks could raise his head she had fractured tho water at 7" of Lebanon, ?J.oO, Ac. B. F. Joiicb & Son. Mm. Hkskdkt his skull and inflicted injuries that will Lancaster Ginghams 5c; Renfrew Ginghams 5c; Calicoes 4c to 5 cts. is vixititiK Iter father, Col. T. P. llill. In tho contest nt Public Park Academy IticdoctotB will hold the boards at prove fatal. Come and see us. JidokStri'Ukn Buiich, l', S. jratiKer for representative in tho Blue Grass De- Walton'a Opera House, Wednesday ami Invitations to tho marriage of Hon. In Anderson, was up Sunday to see hia clamatory contest nt Winchester, Juno Thursday, nnd they aro anticipating John Samuel Owsley, Jr., to Mi.--s Ella folks. 12, James M. Snutiey won tbo honor, all much pleasure and practical benefit from daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mas. J. II. Oivknb and Cabboll, of tho judges, Revs. Arnold and Kliisaud the meeting. Tub celebrated Dr. Price, of Franklin, Jwere received by spent several days with Mra Hon. W. Ii. Miller, deciding in hia favor. of Pbi'sdelphia, will lecture on Abdom- friends hero Saturday. The interesting J. W. Kout. S perform operations on event will occur nt 0 v. m. April 20 in the S'jiihkJ. S, Mriiriir bus none to To us who can remember tho tragedy, inal ''! Miu and demonstration. ladies in two Cumberland Presbyterian church in the Frankfort to visit hl daughter, Mrs. T. it does not seem that 21) years have gone capital of Simpson county. Wo congratM Goodknii;ht. by sinco Wilkes Booth fired tho shot that Tin m. The I.ntkiuok Jouiinvl fesls ulate our excellent young CommonMich Gatkwood Givkss, of Lincoln, cut abort thocareer of tho great Abraham high v complimented to have such a wealth's Attorney on winning tho heart Bedecked Cleopatra in jewels, but we clothe our customers in the finwas the curat of Mrs. II. M. Hnllou, this Lincoln, but such is tho fact. Saturday competent authority ns Bro. Marrs say in and hand of such a lovely and lovable est rainment at the lowest prices. Old Mark didn't week. Ijinraster Kccord. night was thefanuivcrsury of the assassi- his Central Record that it is "one of .Mica Jknnik Cunningham tlnilinc the nation. State." young lady aa his prospective bride. Sho the best papers in this or any other has visited tho sisters of Mr. Owsley fredrre.viiiHkinn business ovurdone heie, Dr. G. A.Traylor will also accept our As tho matter is uf much interest in thanka for a highly appreciated notice in quently nnd all who enjoy her acquainh is letnrurd to louisville. MifsM Nanmk and Ai.i.ik Pknton, of litis community and mxy ellVct other his correspondence for thu Danville Ad- tance nn charmed with her beauty and vivaciouanebs. It will surprise some of Garrard, lmvo been the juest of Mis. IJ, ooinmuiiities very largely, wo givo in vocate. Mr. Owsluy'B friends to hear of hia in- Like we do, for we must give lower prices than our neighbors or we full the decision of Judge Saulley in the ami Mre. Annie James. K. Wtaren A book containing the disgusting sto- tended step, but all will congratulate arc left. It is said that a silver dollar is worth only 50c, but we tell Cot.. S. F. Kmiihy, S'ate lecturer lor Shelton application for licenm; to sell liquor at Rowland. It appears on our ry of tho intrigiu of Col. Breckinridge him on tne wisdom of it and rejoice in you your tho C. O Keeley Cure, and Gus 50c is worth a dollar with us. Wc will give you the lowest and Miss Pollard, together with tlio de- his good fortune. of the Springs, were here yester- Ural page. prices and take your bad money. tails of tho trial, is already on the markday. Body Found. Mr. 'B. II. Fish tells ub et. Its back is very appropriately ornaLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. d M. S. H.miN has moved back to that thu body of John Nordyke, who mented with a closed carriage, into H tells aH a lon from PittabiUKTli Laurel comity fair will bo held has been miwine from Crab Orchard which a man and woman nre getting, strike of the itml miners is looked for on August 52, 'J.', 'J I since Feb. 13, was found nesr with these words underneath: 'Sho wa the'Jlst. t Jbs. Williams was in from Centre The coroner's jury found that a woman; I a man; human both." Jones and chilHon. and Mas. ltutcK In quality, quantity and prices. We are determined to make College this week. 9 dren, of Ht. Ioiii8, arrived Sunday to at- his death was caused by drink; another Mcsra Wynns A Tudor havo taken Ykitkiiday was such a delightful tend tbo bedsldo of Mr. John M. Held, argument for prohibition. proper charge of the Jnckeon Hotel. Spring day that people with the who is very 111. son of Capt. B. appreciation of the good things of life Frank, tlio The mammoth bell to the MethoMil Sam M. Hoi.mlb is one of the best F. Powell, was badly bitten by one of could hardly keep from singing all the dist church, South, arrived Saturday. b st patrons of the I. J. nnd it appreci- his hounds Friday evening. Tho little Little Sophia Caldwell, daughter of time, "Praise God from whom nil blessates it. He subscribes and pays for near- fallow was playing with tho dog, when ings How." It is to bo hoped that Spring Dr. T. P. Caldwell, is sick of typhoid And we nave to do ail the pulling ourselves, btm we do not give ly n half dozen copies. the canine suddenly bit him in thu ear, has come in earnest this time and that fever. anything away any more than other people, but for every dollar paid Hkv. J. N. Lylk, of Louisville, is tl o nearly tearing it from his head. Tho Threo convorta to the Christian us wc try to give full value and a little better than our neighbors. she has fully determined to kick old oilv one left of tbo visitlnc preacheis dog was promptly killed. Winter out of her luscious lap for good church wero baptized in J. T. Brown's T lere is some talk of calling him to tl.e Dress Goods 20c, 35c, 40c and 50c will cost elsewhere from 40c to 9 pond Sunday. and nil. The Kay L. Itojcu entertainers will be putorab' of the church hem. Men's nice Spring Suits $5 to S15. Neglige Shirts 25c to Mm. Maria Steel, was before Judge 75c. Dit. F. K, Ki.nnky, n homeopathic with us May 2nd. After enjoying one of The report that came over tho wires Barnett Friday accused of lunacy, but $1.25. Do you wear Shoes? It so come and see us. We can fit phyaicittii of Campbell county, baa locat- Ids performances, Bill Nye wrote to Mr. Sunday that Billy Breckinridge had cut the jury didn't think so if her husband your foot and guarantee satisfaction, or put up silver dollars until you will have his Hoycrt as follows: Your music is simply bis throat, probably grew out of tho fact ed hero and for the presont did. charming and your fun would cause a that he has killed himself socially and otllco in the old l'.d Mcltoberts block. are satisfied. Remember if you can't find a suit in our stock, wc will Mkb. F. W. Dii.i.ion, of Crab Orchard, graven image to laugh, but would not politically, by his linson extending over A dispatch from Rio De Janeiro says: have one made for you. Remember also that we are headquarters nine years of a life, which he surrounded Admiral Do Mello hns surrendered to for the and Mum Ora Wilmore, of HarrodsburK, soil thu iitost'dolicnte fabric. B. and P. D. Corst. J. with a a atmosphero of piety and purity. tho Uruguayan authorities with hia 1,500 wero Kiieata of relatives here Tuesday We enjoyed a capital dinner at tho new That's tho only kind of n felo do so that and Wednesday Nlohohwvillo Journal. troops, ending the Brazilian robollion. Sunday, whero everything is ho hns committed. He is not tho kind Miss Jks.nik Wakiikn went over to St. Asaph The omploycB of the Groat Northern blight as a new pin. The of a man to take his natural life. Lancaster Friday to liear her brother as nice and as railroad belonging to the Amcricau RailAshley declaim. He did well but Na- house has been refurnished and refitted The Caledonian Society which mot nt way Union havo struck against a reduc condition. Far-ri- s than Kllinit was chosen to represent and is now in tlon of wages, partially tying up 1,500 A Hardin, the new proprietors, appear Turnorsvllle Saturday night elected H. s Garrnrd College. . president, G. L. Carpenter, miles of tho system. Mn. A. UitnNKKV, proprietor of the already as veterans in the business, and M. Xewlaud, Poor old Charley Moore, of tho Blue and Mis Florence Tanpure make n success of it. will wu are Ixniisvlllo Store, waa hero a day or ner, secretary, tjaito an nmuaing argu- Grass Blade, sayB he is going to have Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. tlu first time for a year. He seems to be Tiik old sajing "Go away from home mentative esiy was had between Miss Bishop Dudley indicted for blasphemy, My stock is sure to please you in pretty well satisfied with tho way the to hear the news," is again proved true Florence and Miss Lillian Tanner on because, aa hn alleges, tho bishop says buys run the husinchs. by tliti following from tho Cynthiaua which is it better for n man to marry a all things in the Bible are not true. ,' FwiBman, who has been Mil V. G. typo in this otllce for several weeks, Tiinep: "Crab Orchard Springs is a great girl that can cook or one that can play NEW ADVEIiTI.SEJfE.Yra. man- on the piano. Miss Lillian took the left ytiitcrdny for Cincinnati. It is his place for ducks. litiH Hotl'man, the ager of the hotel, one day recently killed put of the cook and won. It was set intention to net a place in tbo navy, if he A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastinc, VarIs in two shots. They wero on tho arti tied that Abe Lincoln was a greater man can, and will o later to Washington. fieial lake in the rear of tho hotel. Win than Jell' Davis, after James Benzley had Tho Bivis Vertical Feed Sewin? Machines nishes, &c CITY" AND VICINITY. Mitchel, of Louisville, caught a nino-an- d appeared for Jell' and T. J. Hill, Jr., for DQ5XT3S bass out of the same lake." Abe. IMitor K. C. Gaines read The Trauk with Danks, tlio Hustlin JewAre the and 'hey eler. Before Spring Cleaning. scintallated and corustica-te- d a greaterbf.t because work run lighter other can ilo . . than any variety of ;winjj Suicides. T. F. Aloxauder, an exten- Truth, which nonsense, wit and nukhinc. The with sense aud Fiikpii lino ol ZttiK'ler slioes at S. II. sive Meicer county trader nnd farmer illustrated, for Shanks'. losing heavily on a stock transaction wisdom. It was liberally Lincoln County Ladios rt Ed is nn artist as well ub tho beat editor Aro cordially invited to call at tho St Asaph Ske our Gent's ties at J5 anil 50c. Sov- - inndti an assignment Saturday nnd then was considerHotel and examine the machine, as ucllatiam-plciofit- i went nnd blew his brains out with a pis- on Logan's Creek. There Son. urnucu McMUKRAY IJROS . work. t able disorder during tho meeting, creat Stanford, Ky tol. Ho was IG and unmarried. P. II. Corn planters mid sheep shears at Mc- - Best, n magistrate nnd merchant, of Mer- ted bp a lot of bums and scalawags, who Kinnoy & Hocker'p. thing up. cer county, also took Ids life because of seom to want to break tho And we propose to get it by showing you the largest and finest They ought to bo put to brenking rock Nitw carpets and runs. See our ladies' financial reverses. While thu latter was instead. There will bo a called meeting stock of being buried, ,Wm. Bussell, an old friend Oxfords. Severance, A Son. of tho members of tho society next Sat of the deceased, fell dead nt tho grave. urday night. Threk rooms for rent in Odd Fellows' Jkspi: Thompson, tho polito and excelCommercial. Apply to building-O- ld It might naturally bo inferred that a lent barber who has lived hero lor the In Stanford. Our A. 0. Sine. man, holding tho views wo have always past eight or nine years, has decided to your carriage painting and trimof the Have return to his old homo at Lexington. entertained on the regulation ming done at J. U. DoNardi's shop. See whisky traffic, would exult over tho Ho has rented a iiuu shop on Main street " advertisement. few weeks, by DEALER IN- in that city and about May 1st will go turn of events of tho last And wc guarantee every article we sell. tho licensing of Baloons iu our Ourt sterling silver novelties aro all the over and take charge. During his stay which rago. Get posted in tbo latest fashions hero Jesse has deported himself very neighboring towns is to continue, but at Danks, the jowoler'H. creditably and his intended departure is wo do not. After prohibition' had been : . a majority, small tho subject of no little regret. IIu says voted in this district by TuiiBi: good draft Iioisch, though it is, wo honestly hoped that jiounds, for that hn intends to havo his place hero tho law would bo givon a fair chance, and weighing about filled by n good barber. palo or trade. HicglriB ,& Watts. without tho drug Btore featuro of tho In company with a do.eu othergueets, trial before, and intended in good faith Lacks aro thu correct trimmings. We all of tho mult) pursliasion, tho editor, to help thoso who had voted it prove havo more than all tho other houses in who also marked another miln post on that prohibition can prohibit. Tho courts town combined. Severance & Sou. tbo journey of life nt tlio same time, havinu decided, however, that tho towns helped Joseph Briggs Paxton celebrate aro not ntl'ectod by the nction of tho dishundred doznn mon'a hnudkor-cliiefOne Puru liun Imndkorchiefs at 10, iiis birthday hy partaking with him one tricts in which thoy form a part, and I have added to my business a line of of tho most elegant little suppers, he has liceuso having been granted to a Row- Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. ir. os mid V5r. lluiiHtiiuiiiKi naiidKnr miles from tho from i!c up Severance A Son. oniofs over had tho privilege of attending. It land saloon, less than JTTJ lor nlmoit anything of Stanford, there aro many rea- Headquarter bh! of sample- shoes has was served in half a dozen or more centro Our great courses and discussed with avidity. The sons why our council ought now to grant boon the talk of the town; no wond- r ouisino was perfect aa might linyo been licenses, nt least for tho year that whis- you want. When you want a first-clawhen wo ate selling $3.50 and Jl shew s expected with Joe's charming bettor half ky is to bo sold at Rowland. We will nnd slippers for $ I D8. Another lot jut to two after it. Wo wont toll how old gut all tho evil ellecta of bar roomh in From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match received. B. F. Jonofl & Son. meal for 25c, call on him. tho host wis, as Jthat bettor half, who is such close proximity and wo had just na without waste. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it g Killed. A dispatch from Willinms-bur- many yoars his junior, in tensitivo on well get aouto of tho revenue from its here in two days. states that Isaac Johnson shot and tho subjeot, but wo will say that wo wish ealo. This view may not coincido with killed William Jones nt that place, their birthdays would coma every week those of tho prohibitionists, but it is tho 8&a a C of an alleged intimaoy with his and that wo would be there to enioy practical one, aud tho leaser of the ovila Stanford, Ky. daughter. Johnson is a juotujo of tho ' that confront us. their celebration. peace. Semi-Weekly -- 3. THEY ARE HERE. Spring HS 1 & Summer Goods, Than Ever, 1 -- t liar-rodsbur- McEI-wai- n, SEVERANCE & SON. OLD MARK ANTONY I HAVE HU3TLE Ilof-niHii- n, 1 1 !!-ltn- - Brod-hea- d. WE BEAT 'EM ALL Things Come Our Way, m m m HUGHES & TATE. m Hist-cla- es tp, act-tin- WALL vice-preside- PAPER DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. Hi5LV& rOXJH HSFAXHXNG of A. K. PElTlTSr, Druggist. t 1 ... WE WANT YOUR TRADE Jewelry & m R, wmii -- "Watches, Clocks, Silverware PKKCUS ABU ILOWJEOT DANKS, : m Fancy Groceries, Do- ld I The : Jeweler. Foreign and T mestic Fruits, a. 1 - - ss UAKJ r'liT T1 SAMPLES, ftr R ZIMMER. J. McRO rnriniTimrTHirMiTnti rr ..,,. ,r-- .. . . .. ,..J.... ., V Semi-Weekly Interior Journp AT I " Publlshod Every Tuosday and Friday 2 hn I?1CK YJCAK IX AD VANCJC not to paid 32. 50 will be charge J. K. C, LOCALTIME CARO. Train uavet llowiand at 7:00 a. m , returning "l.'&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. pm 037 pa 03 n 51 pm Mail train going North " South Express train " South North ,.. South. 2oTPn The latter trains alto carry passengers. The abort iscaleulated on standard time. Solar imo is about aa minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT llluc-Orast 3 at am .936 km ROUTE. Going North tr.tin pass Junction City at follows: Vestibule ttartt 6 n. m. Ves. Florida tlbuio Limited 4 p. m. Local 1 10 p. in Limited 3:13. a m South N O. Vestibule it iS p. m. Florid Limited 11:15a m Local 1133 p. m. Vestibule arrives $.40 p. m. Hlue-Gra- -a Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINK Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford J find Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- toad crossing. HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 On a Michigan tho other n vovaan had n baby about a year "?' old on her lap, ana next on her right sida an oldish lunn who was evident')' totul oi babies. The child looked at mm. and ho smiled and clucked in return. IIo was getting along finely when nil of a sudden tho kid puckered his lips and began to howl. "Thore, there! Don't cry, my precious Iambi' said tho mother in soothing tones. "Sterns to bo afraid of me," obsorved tho man. "Yes, 6ir, he do, and I can't inako it out. I had him out in tho country last week, and ho saw hogs and horses and cows right along and never aeemed to caro about 'em." A giddy young woman across thoaislo began to gigtle, and a man standing up and hanging to a strap uttered a gruff "Haw, haw, haw!" and slapped his leg. Tho old man flushed up and looked hurt in his feelings, and hearing nnother giggle and another "Haw, haw, haw!' on the way ho rose up nnd went out on tho platform and said to tho conductor: "This is about tho tenth time I've been insulted on this road this year, nnd tho next hyena who does it is going to get both eyes knocked into one!" Detroit Free Press. The Meeting of the Writer. - ;i,njr,w.. rr 1J T. n - ii mi iffii ii i" m tt in i . V I 6ln .i .rt. nveuuo car 3 T&' Owsley Duildlng. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST Store In tho new Stanford. Offico over Mc Roberts Drug THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. RILEY,3Proprl8tor, London, - - - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hotel aud am better ptcpftred than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every contemeace Gie me a call. 77 FRANK RILEY. A Victim. Tlae Florsnoo Hotel, JELLILO TENNESSEE, --Life. Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, to the traveling public Rates The best hotel In trie city ana the only ft sample room for drummers Especia attention j, 33-6- m Tho man sitting next to him noticed that tho baldheaded person with the red Prop. necktio was getting decidedly nervous. Presently, in tho middlo of a magnificent quintet, tho baldheaded man turned one with round nnd said: "Sayl" THE OLD JAOKSOIT SOUSE, SAM II. WARNACK, Pror. London, - - "Well?" was tho reply, accompanied by a hardly concealed frown. A lover of opera hates interruption aasatan loves good. "What kind of a show is this any-wav- r" KENTUCKY. Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre pared to attend the wants of the public Rates very reasonable. 52 6 m "No." "No horso race?" .!.. "No." "When does tho song and danco net como on? Say, ain't there any laughs in this thing anywhere? Gee, but I reckon COMSTIPATION &ss;,,,--"''"'- . I 6truck tho wrong gate altogether! I como in town today and asked a feller to 4lV- - . ;CZ,;"L!.tf:.!" ".""iuu. ajunvt. what was tho best fchow in town, nnd ho Kowunu, Ky -i- '.v a vi uiuiica U cente." Tiiitnviirth IIiiK. told mo this wns it. And I've been sitComparatiwlj- little knovu in the JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS VEAGER. ting hero an hour, nnd they aint dono a thing but Bhont and weep and run United Stsitcs is thu Tamworth breed of A. R. PENNY. Stanford, Ky. YEAGER & YEAGER, around liko beetles trying to turn right hogs. It is n bret'd fur tho enrcrs of baBlue up. 'Tatn't liko any show oyer I con, lx'iit"; mostly all sitles a:d no quar-trs- ,. .IK VOU ARE GOING., Mr. Tltonms Wright, an KvrlMi-manSTABLE, UVH7, F8D AND seenl Whatever is it anywajr?" ays that tho cross of Borkshirt-witor TOnEST. But the other man had moved away to tho Tamworth jirluces tho mot whero ho could hear tho music without Special Hates to Commercial Men. THE interruption. Tho baldheaded man hailSTANFORD, KY. and whispered: "Hush! Sh!" The other went on: "Ain't ther-- no comic song coniiug 'JAlRANSSEJi along presenile?" For answer thero was a shako of tho head. "Nobody get into a sawmill and esrriosmmi?11,1.010 Tatonf. consisting,' cape by tho skin of his teeth?" "This? Why, this is- "- Tho Bineins was so beautiful just then that ho d fctop-pe- leJSM B3H CUT 13 13 i -" mmsssm " Mu depreo. It h??&&& nr iMii.ifit.3 r9 mnjw in oriii VTT" iuv Luiiu "' ful wail is no Buciiln'BArnlcn Salvo. Is be u rapidlv opened and it embraces every. The bt.t saic In the world lur cuts, bruises Cftrriage Painting and Trimming aim: pretty ami Mvli.li. I have engaged Miss longer audible in sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sorts, tetter, chapuba Stilt, (if inimnati. to trim for roc S it Is a tho land of pork ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crun dy of mut.ii eipcnence and taste and Is sine to tloas and positively cures piles or no pay requir and Bit ii satisfaction, An examination of itikkIs ,a inI am now prepared to do all kinds of CtrrUge pcrlect satlsfactiea cd. It is givv MRS 1'OKIUT lOlUItt ' Probably a s or money guaranteed to l'rico sj cents per bot Painting, Trimming and Repairing, line rue a vite,!, it) refunded, call. Uer Daughe ty a ship on Main atieet. good it way as yor sale By A. R. Pennr, Stantord, Ky. JOHN II DcNARDI, any to feed grain Stakfenl Ky to tm ordinarily largo herd of Two doers above Pst OllKe. Always on hsnd Kl'NNKI, SHA1T.D IN AS ASSIGNEE OF hogs is to drive Whi-- IUby w a sk'V, e enro her Cactorl CLOSURI. them into an in- The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Wlieu hi w! ft Chlkl, she cried for CftMorhi. closuro just largo enough to accommoCan be bad In the market. Prices lower than the ben sue became Miss, klio eluus to CVntoriA. date tlipm with comfort. Have tho inbswest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and I ctkr tor vale pnvatety his cisures built so ouo can drivo around When blie hud Clilklrvn, idle gevethem Ca.torU. examine before bH) In MAIIV DAVIS DUDDEKAK. all four bides and throw the grain in. In WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, Mrs. Kate Dadderar. Manager Slanlur Ky feeding swill or loose grain to a largo COMMEkCIAL IILOCK &c.,on reasonable time and terms, The stock has nent ot nogs wo noted a novel nnd been cleared of all damaged o!, at a distillery in one D. S. of rhe southern states. Malted grain Condition Is In First was fed almost exclusively. A funnel II, Green, In and located In one of the mot desirable stands in At the well known nld staad ol J. he agency el the daily papers will ie sillied Inolcsuro was built as is hhown the city transferred to purchasesr of itex.k arl sa stuirte Hustonvlllo, - - Kontucky in this diagram. J II P.WTON, ofrnndderablelcsenue Dimension:Assignee Height of fences, fonr Has just rrreived an exellent additiijn to his it Mrs. sfcKl of I urmturc a.ul urUially inviic.j .u ie mi rails: ugth of closed end, 10 feet; and etamme it lt is al sgrnt for the tl'isrr M K1VR establishment Width of entrance, 100 feet; length of Willooen a M N'Tt A Lower Main street, Stan Chilled and Silver Steel Plow as well as rr Mis n the pink (.nttaise on sides, 200 feet; capacity, 110 head. The ford, Nutdows stand higher In the ctt.iua lor same I e ready to ieceieorders ptll 1. they Hurt of the publu than these Ills tt.nk nt harne a and use tiie late.t and must fathionaM patterns inol ouro should be built larger or smallanil s.'Mles is larger than ever Has also added A trial it solicited satisfaction. V W GIILEN. Proprietor a line ot liuggtcs, burrey Kiid St ves er, as tho herd would require. Troughs cusrantce I) S. CAKPKNTI.R ot a inch hard wood plank were con: : : Kentucky. structed upon tho ground on tho insido of fences. Over tho ton of trouuhs and Motet and am still running this slnntinjr inward were heavy plank with will continue tt i!'ve mf guens the poht.st attendinmond shaped hole, tho dots in tho We haveepened oa Depot Street a first class tion as well as the best the mulct alfunls. Full atoek of Fruit anJ Ornatneatal Trees, Graj Ilutcher Shj( wh're wc will keep at alt times the Illustration representing the.so holes cut Vinos, Asparagus, Small Fruits, bhrub. and Um meats that the cuatry allot Ji. We will e.Wbli.hment usually found in a nursery Special Attention to the Travelin tho plank 12 iuchori apart. Two hogs trashing but the best aad will Ve sell direct 10 the planter and liave no Kneels. could not oat from tho samo hole at Ca..oKc,on application.. ing Public. HMU.NMKVH( once, for as tho hog would root into tho CASH ONLY, Lexington, Ky. When you want a c tauiout tome to my trough tho hole would bo closeth As we an not keep hooka. Our customers will be served In the best style lid we solicit the lite feeder; drove a team and swill STABLE. v lenage of the publu rn fed ai.o buy mxxt wagon around tho inclosuro with tho Prices to suit the hard times Call r leave a.der cattle and hoi ANDEKSON C'AHKA CO, feed aud threw it in over a slanting t jm Manfurd, Ky. at the Myers House Un.cc plank, as in any ordinary trough, tho ASSIGNEES SALE OI' A 0"d lloric, Harness and a stnete Surrey, a eating plank being rab-e.SALE OF abovo tho low for sale Jiw. feeding plank. By this method no feed raKlamcv Rout's to for tha or onprice of T.L. seo it, Call at Joe Judc A is wasted. This inclosuro takes more Shelton It you wa nt to buy. L. A. FARlSiS, room than many ordinary ways, but Letmgtnn, Ky. 9.1m there is considerable saving in feed. By At Klngsvlllo, Kontucky. As F.aecutor of W M. lllktn, devd , I will inelo-ursell at public atutien on the premises on making tho funnel shaped tho hogs are easily driven in. This inclosuro I s aislg nee dials May 31, 1S94, lurther uonce,ofsell - Johnson, I will, until also answers tho purpose for feeding I will on April 1st commence to sell my stock ol com in tho ear. Stout slats a foot apart The Farm of ........ Merchandise at COST may be nailed across the feed trough tteneral CASH! Land, Acros and used in place of tho boards containCITY COST FOR THE CASH Thettackof merchandise at Klngsvllle which ing tho diamond shaped holes. Caro or Country Produce so that I can get cash out of About 75 Acies in cultivation now , the remainder Olats ,V Johnson amgned to me for the benefit of tl iloutt. Shoes, the stock ctiaslstt should lo used in distributing tho food such as II icon, Lard, Eggs and Chickens, Ac So III grass, situated 4 u.il-- from Crab Orchard, reek Ihtlr cred tors Hats, Cap. Notions, of Dry OooIs, tulles from btanlcrd and mile fro.n Cedar (inx.rln, Ac come right atom; and we will swap dollars awhile, Matlun, on A: N railroad Two stry frame Hits Is a fine chance foi bargains Any peis.ni at regular intervals in tho troughs ho if we can do nothing else these hard tunes. Thankthe L. house, four r oms also dining room and kitchen, desiring to bur the stock at a whole will do welt that each hog would kA its proper. jOiare. ing my patrons for past fa'ors ask a liberal torches, Ac, good cistern, smoke house, ail ice to call on me fur terms. Retpeclfully trade in this sale. J. Ward Dichl in Field and Farm. All persons Indebted to the firm must come up louse, double cabin In ard, large barn, two corn J. 11 HILTON. Notice is hereby giseii that wr, the undersigned contestants, have this day filed In tho clctk'n ofIn Congress, subA candidate for Reprcscnlalit fice of the Lincoln County Cmrt a written Main-myou always look rosy and Jolly. ject to tho action nt the Democratic party of the Lla-T- v. setting lurth the Kroumls of a contest f lh "1'ray tell me, dear grandma, the reason of this kigliinioiigretuonii 1'utn tot NcntucKy. -- , t election which a lirll m the llusionvuie ft'agit. always look healthy and apritely, Why jou -to terial District n the 14th slay of Mare Whvou ncv. r are pule when )ou cite inea Um, take the seme nl the treat voters ef said dilrlct Why you take such long walks morn and upon the tue.ti4n of prohibiting the sale if spirit-unti- l, nightly"' viikmis and malt liquors thi'mu "The tea on, my (tiding, her grandma replied April 4 id 4. FEEDING MANY HOGS AT ONCE. Came to my house aluiuttheis' of January n J Witm a. our bauds this L II A.Ums. "Is simple. It need no W. Held, iiidt, and fur T L Carpnifr, black sow, weighing ivo fctcn well, for I keep by my side V V, Cowan, A bottle of Pierce a Prescription pigs. Owner can get her by proving property, lleorge A tucker, C C VanArsda'e, runnel Shni)ril Incln.iire, Willi it Ilolo Tor iMting for this notice and expense nf keeping. K M Ware, All age, and all conditions of womanhood will I. W I'o ill. Kneli Ho;;' Now, SAM TltOvMIKIDt.K find just the help that woman needs, tn I'r I' M Ynweil, G. W W.fle Sr Kubaukt, Ky. Hoga have a certain amount of human Pierce's 1'atorlte Prescription. That's a matter And others, Contestants. it can't be longings ambitions nnd lamentations that t guaranteed youIf nothing its done, tfwn the makers don't medicine c stt ..YOU ART... about them, inasmuch as they are never want your money. ail derangements, Irregularities and weak satisfied, aud if not properly fed they ness peculiar to the sex, "favorite Presinp-tlon- " KcspGO-tfullyit can be is the threaten to do oven mora filibustering guaranteed only remedy suto certain that cute, you I am now ready to deliver maiwfai benefit or It it tails tuied Ire I am just birk from me t inea with a large an I than did tho members of tho United Mate your money baik. Irnm the Stanford Factory to customers retHlarlv whi, well .elected nock f wilt etery inornlng at the rate cf Fit CliNlS Ml cheatwr than ever,Mtl.LINKKY, Jil'-e- Ias States senate over the diver question. mih Dr. Sagc'a Catarrh Remedy positively cures PER HLNUKKI) POIND I ) - and over, end persor tiimwef trem Cincinnati.Laura ha enm,'-.- l with Tho only w ay tonppeti.se their catarrh. at 73c in smaller kin. me and I can nrrmte satisfaetttm in rvcr pjf K lilt EM Kit, Star ford. 10 tiCMlar. Call aad see my ireds. nngoho voices id subIt will be an agreeable surprise to LICCIE IIEAZLEY, to jam their fa- ject to ait.cks ot bilious colic to learn pertona that prompt Sunfotd, Ky 13. cial appendages reuef may lie had by taking Chamberlain's Colic, In mt.y instan Cholera and Dlnnhcea lUmedy into swill or ces the attack may be preteuteil by taking this Ladies, Your Please. drivo them into remedy as soon nttHe first sunptimis of the dls nt $ and o grain so deep eae appar Druggist, cibunbottles fer fate by Dr. Office South Side Main St., In office recently S G. ilockcr, lord. vacated by Dr. Lee F. liutlmao, Stanford, Ky. My that their mourn- U1f!STpCK rRv . w .. "W y- - f ' V? "You are old, my dear grandma,' the llttto girl said As she lay by the fire with Dolly. For as white as the snow are the halra en join We are authorised to announce Hon. jas. 11. Mccreary NOTICE. nt -( &? Unx j?l SSTRATT. I'e alas tj-i- m " Invi'tod. , 1 1 1 sueeeful DK.W. PENNY :mis DunliHt. Attention, Stock of Milllnory C I iK-ae- i ie-- m A. A. WARREN, sue-cvhf- ul e.xp'-rimen- t Mrs. Corey Savindors Hnrris Hamilton -- Class CARPENTER, 1 - Tho Myers House, 1 n Stanford, Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ever-vthlH- K lTow Moat Shop. hsn-di- e nrst-cla- tt SELL FOR LIVERY Nice Turnout For Sale. Land, Stock, Crop, &c. Stock of Merchandise A- o READ THIS Tliurstlay, 234 of AT FOR s 1 1 Cribs, two buggy houses and a lUacksmlth Shop, Kols.Ac. The farm will be uflercil in two tracts and a. a whele. Land nates will bear interest in 6 irnm Jan. I, 1S05. sis percent. Oitc-lhir- tl In mouths: one third in t months and one-thir- d Good school in Vfc mile of house. iS months a Alderner iowi with a cows and calves. 5 cows without calves and settle with n.c tl KDWAKD ALCOKN, Trustee FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK calves. WORTH mm STANFORD. KY. i I j I a ed an usher. Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. Is the line for you, as its l.t, a Brush profitable b.v in ho,'s in thu kinlo'-i- . street car the other day was a middle Tho Tamworth niatuiv l.ito. and th For all points. ngedman, with a fresh weed on his hat, cross with tho Berkshire Mrverj to ir-rec- t THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH nnd quite n number of peoplo must havo this defect. For any information e.iquire of The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol whispered to themselves that ho hnd Tho Tarn worth is a ml or red and IOES. HICE. Aeent. Korestus Hud, Lincoln county , lately lost tho companion of his joys and blnck hog. It ought to havo a "gamy" Stanford. Kr Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; sorrows. Among thoso who observed tlavor, for in apiearance it resembles G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Junction City, Ky him closely was a man of nbout his own moro tho uuciuit wild boar or tho almost J.W. II ayden, Stanford; Dealer in A. G. Lanhaa ago, who had five or six parcels on 'tho equally wild Tennessee ruzorback than Jol.i !!. S.H. Haughman,Lincoln; seat beside him, having evidently been any modern hog. It is verj hardy and J, S. Hocker. Stanford; doing considerable trading. After a few is popular in Canada. Somo of tho FURNITURE, W A. Trlbble, Stanford; MOULDINGS, WINDOW SHADES, minutes ho walked over to tho other nnd breed drew prizes at tho World's fair. M D. Kluiore, Stanford; remarked: T. 1. Hill, Stanford. Whilo tho Tamworth is nearly all bacon MATTRESSES, &c. "I don't mean to bo sassy, but I eeo you it does not fatten rapidly. It is good, K. L. Tanner, McKinneyT nro in mourning?" M.J.Miller. Mt. Vernon therefore, for lean bacon. But it is not J. S. Hocker, President; "Yes." likely over to bo regarded with much Just received a new line of John J. McKoberts, Cashier; "Wifer" OP LIVERPOOL. favor on this side tho line. It is A. A. McKlnney, Assistant Cashier. Picture Mouldings, Pictures, Rattan Rockers, Bed Lounges, Spring "Yes." u faraway cousin of tho Berkshire. is "How long since?" Edge Couches, Hall Trees, Large French Plate Mirrors, kGUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Ainony tho pass-enger- s Jtouble Daily Trains connections at Make close "No." "Well, then, blame tho luck," said tho baldheaded man, reaching for his hat, "I guess I'm a suckerl" Chicago Tribune. Lt'iiions mill 'WIiIohvi-h- . on- - "Any amazons' march in this?' ho asked. Tho usher shook his head. "Any Midway plaisanco dancing?' J?1 rjfikii ''. 2W rr t - t J -- gn 7rari , , f3jttM&, JM&? ' J ! . J '1 "y TAJIWOKTII IIOAK. Attention of the public is invited to the that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but depositors are secured not only by the capital i yuungmare in faal by ltackty's saddle horse 26 head of sheep nock, but br the stockholders' liability lor aa first'das. turnouts will leave our stable. Sec u S iambs. lor rates. In our amount eiual to the stock, so that depositors ol Household and kitchen furniture, farming imthis Institution are secured by a fund of S,m,coo. plements, such a shuvel and mining plows, hay Five sworn statements of thecnndilion of the hsnk HARNESS SHOP wagon, rake, I mowinir macnlne, 1 are made each yeario the United Slates governcorn shelter, 00. n ment and its assets are etainined at stated time You will find a good assortment of Haincs, spring wagon, rockawar. saddles, At. Have jour repairing done by cru.lier, wheal fun, straw cutter, plow eear, by government agents, thus securing addititooa our man he understands his business Wc have a etc. Also a lot ol bacon, lard, vinegar, corn, hay, and perfect safety to depositors. mechanic in our straw, etc This institution, originally established at ths a track of knob land at o acres, well tiui Al Deposit Hank ol Slaiifurd In itjl, then BLACKSMITH SHOP. bcred,on Otlenheltn pise nwr Cox s Gap, su'd lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in tli$ and separate again re oranliwl as the I'lrst National Hank ol s Will guarantee work and satisfactory All sums under $10 cah. All overdue Janu Stanlord in iMj, has had practically an uninter with interet from day of saie and rupted esittciuecf 11 years ary I, prices Tit our horse ahoer. Ills Mler supplied Agents for Decmig Machines, the lightest diaft securod by personal secuiity. now with facilities fnr transacting business prompt if. HIOiilN'.Ev machine on earth ly and liberally than ever befercin its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sotic-te- d 1 twu-bort- a 1 llri-ulc- s, 1 1 1 1 1 first-clas- it j calmanJ aws male cow. steer. pigs. shoats. male hog. work hiirtes. I gocd buggy ntarethal a lady Can Capital Stock Surplus - $200,000 2 ,300 1 fc w Wo Wo WICTMCEIM tt I ' Castle-nan- . ROYAL MANAGERS, fl insurance Company cla-sse- d BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Agents throughout the South. "Just n week." "Uml JJere, take this lemon," contin- f'tmraerce Building, Louisville '17. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajjont, STANFORD, KY. ued tho questioner as ho drew ono from his couttail pocket. Those who never read the advertisement; in their newspapers miss more than they presume. "I thank you, but" Jonathan Kenison, ot llolan, Worth county, Iowa, "Cost mo 8 cents, but you needn't wor- who bad been troubled with rheumatism in his and ry about that. You orter keep 'em with back, armshow a shoulders, read an item In his paGerman citizen you right along. Lost my wife two years per abouthad beenprominent He procured the of Kt Madlron same cured. medicine, and to use his own words. "It cured me ago nnd went to sucking lemous, and I'll right up. He also says; "A neighbor and his bo hanged if I didn'tforget all about my wife were both sick in bed with rheumatism. calamitous loss and pitch a game of Their boy was over to my bouse and said they cooking;. told him quoits within two weeks. Try a dozen were o bad he nau to do the and how It had cured of Chamberlain's Pain Halm or two, and I'll bet an aero of garden me, he got a bottle and it cured them up In a sate by Dr. S. G. Hock week, 30 cent bottles Bass agin a straw hat you'll bo hunt in for er, Druggist, Stanford. tor a No. 2 within six months." Detroit Free Our better halvessay they could not keep house Press. without Chambetlain's Cough Remedy. It is us1 Buv a Cooley Hardin's. Creamer at Karris & Ladies' Desks, Etc. I Call and see mc before buying. will save you money. Farmers RanMTrnst Co or stanfokd,:ky., la now fully organtted and ready for business with W. W. WITHERS. Paid up Oapitalof Surplus, . - - $200,000. lit 000 lo 109 I - I had a malignant breaking out on my leg below the knee, and waacuredsound and wch with two and a half bottles of Otherblood medicines had failed tw do me any gooa. " "- - . ue.ty, HRKI YoiltilUc.S.a pJ J 'eal Dow Never .Suffered So. Yabsley It must bo a delightful sensation to bo jiossesged of moro money than you know what to do with. Mudge H'ml I havo been in that fix . It was out in Iowa, whore I had to wait four hours for a train and couldu't bny a drink to save my neck. Inliauapolis Journal. tnyt-elf- than half the homes in Leeds. Sims liros., Leeds, Iowa. Tins shows the esteem In which that remedy Is held where It lias been sold for tears and Is well krawn. Mothers have learned that there Is nothing to good for colds, croup and whooping cough, that It cures these ailments quickly and permanently, and that it is pie, sant and safe for children to take, asandjorcnt bottles for sale by Dr. S. C. Hocker, Druggist, btaa. lord ed in more WHAT DOES IT MEAN? limits Is IT tnllri svAfi ItnwMi flit fiiQnren ai4 bitwrta t IikImuU t.il i...!nu,ui sjuiilus sWKsl Clndi.i.-- tl U 91itilejs!urte.t ( i.uiuuatl tu ?,.w (irk.Lu CiBcinruU ta L'u.tuauvga. AlUata, ur JiRksunrlll., FlorlU. 1 si.iltUril SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asseta and undti the same management. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositor! are as fully protected as aie depositors in National Banks, Its shareholder! being held Individually Uaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock merein at, me par value thereof, in addition to tha amouut invested In such shares. It may actaa executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to ns while rnnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to aame, our twenty yeara' experience la banking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. Williams, Mt. Vtruoa; S, H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stanford; J. F.; Cash, Stanford; William Oooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevllla, Ky W. H. Cummins, Preacher svilla S. If. Shanks, President, Dr.y. 11. Owsley JCashier, W.M.Mrltht, Teller. TRADE! Twin troubled from childhood with nnosf; and three bottle 01 fliirntlmn nermnnentlv. Wallaph Mask, F.irT'MB S.Xs-FSK!- fcr.i it ml rage of Tetter, T '.'WSB MinnrlUc, L T. Isix.. book on Wood ami Skin Diseases mailed BwlWHl'ECUriO CO.. Atlaata.Ua. Itruslu "That handsome young lady over thero by tho piano," said Banks, "is the daughter of a wealthy bill poster, but eh doesn't seem to bo nt all stuck up." rio, sam Olivers, "out mat is nrob- j. ably because her diamondiinre not paste." ridrnrrn Trllinnp sa.v&...w. A Might King's New Discotery completely cured ber and the says It saved her life Mr. Thos. Eggers, ip Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dread ful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle ol Dr. King's New Discovery and In two wteks was cured. He Is naturally thanklul. It is sucn re suits, of which these are samples, that prove the umn.'rrfnl efficacv of this uicdlcine In coughs and colds. Free trialbottlea at A. R. Penny's Drngl Store. Regular sue 50c and ii. Mri Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City. 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and mat there was no hope for her, but two bonles of Dr. Two Lives Saved. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS letwetnallrf ttie aW. point.. running ! Fhr.v. Thrnn. h Can to Vlektlmre t ilironr'i irs linmnatl It Knuitlllj .rt. Onlr liua Ash.Tllle, N'. C. Dtreet Una tu llciico rU New Orlvana r via JthrxeiKirt. Ask ujtntt aluttturt Mrilifurnla. 1'n.m (.Miltrlllt, bhrlbjvUU and Lanrvnioliiirir. itlrrct coac.cUua is cuJ. at Lealoftoa vith tsstltultJ trains to all pvinU South, W. C. RINIUKSON, Osa'l 1'ass'r Agtut, Cincinnati, O. J.J. DIHECTOHi: TsiiJ ef ft. J. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. v f