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NO. 24 , Christian College Notes. to- - LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. se Members of the Christian church' havo put n new roof ott thu church mid havo nenrlr till the dampo done hy tltu storm repaired. There waa unusual manifested in thu prayer meetiuKfl at botli churches this week. Crub ni'eds a rovivnl anion; thu profess cJ ChristiaiiB iu her town. Tlien per. haps sinners will by seeing OhriHtlnns lead pure lives bo brought to realize their condition. Hro. Townsend, of Louisville, preached two very iuterestini: Burmous at the Hnptist church Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Dick and Mins Margaret Buchanan returned from Lnulvillo Wednesday, where they had befln hhopinkr and visitiiiK friends. Mrs. Harney Alex nnder, of New Liberty, is vieltlnj: her fatlier, Mr. Wlllinm b'tuart. Joiin Jtucli-aiia- n spent Sunday with homo folks Meesrs. Jim and Mack Wntson, of Walton, are at their father's. Mies Lottie Dillion and brother, Oliver, am vIhMhk tho family of W. It. Dillion at Mrs. Isaac Herrin Is vifdtfii)-he- r mother at Maretsbur. J. H. Kennedy, operator at Lebanon, Is at his recuperaMr. Grove Kennedy, a slight Illness. Dr. Kd JCtes, ting after with wife and pretty batty, is up from McKlunoy, visiting Mr. John Kdtninton's family. Mrs. Kdmiston's health Is still very poor. There aro 11 stores now In Crab Orchard and competition is lively, l'eoplu como 20 miles to taku ndvantagnof cheap goods. Mr A. II. Hastin is buying and shipping tnn bark this season. J. W. James shipped two car loads of whisky to Louisyillo Wednesday. Mr. J. L. Car. sou took six bead of his tlno Jerseys to Louisville Wednesday, to Bell at tho Jer sey sale which was In that city Thurn-day- . Mr. Carson's co wb were beauties (jus Ilofmann, proprietor of tho Mr. fcnritu-- . has had thu buildings and "ftgrounds thoroughly cleaned and they aro Indeed beautiful. Mrs. Sallie A. has had her well at tho depot cleaned out and a nlcu new pump put In and Crab Orchard Is Again prepared to give health and pleasure to all who visit her during thu Summer months. Quit" a number of quests aro now at the Springs. in-terOr-cha- ril n. un-clo'- e, '1-- M 1 u l FriTho supper at the court-bouday night was well patronized. The water works people am still consulting and say tho scheme is a sure go. The Drug-StorOpposite the Myers House is the place to buy your A great many Bhado and fruit treeB Tho were badly broken by the enow. young ones especially were badly damaged. six booki. They read with fluency, . Tho republican county comtnitteoic , Hooks' Glass, Paints, Oils. Spectacles and Sundries of all excellently and showed a fine met at the e Saturday after-- ! utquors tor lueutcai rurposes. knowledge of thu grammar. The exam- noon and selected delegates toiheJCich-- l ination was highly creditable to both pu- olasvillu convention to nominate a candi pils and their teacher, Mlsj VanArsdell. date for Congress. They go uninstruct-ed- . The recital given in tho chapel FriCall and see us. day evening. May lsth, was, as usuab Mr. Xsdhan Klliott, Garrard College's greeted by a crowded house. Tho pro- representative wtio won tlje medal at G. gram was made up mostly of "Old Fash- Nicholasvlllo in tlio oratorical contest a ioned Music," which was pleasing to the short time since, as awarded first honGO TO- oar of many of tho older persons present, ors in a similar contest at Cynthiana Friand which recalled halcyon memories ot day. tiy gone days, when ttio same eweet Sunday was the annual bonnet show strains healed tlio wounds of disappoint- day at tho Fork church, but the snow prement, and oftentimes blended hearts vented the usual large crowd from atthat had font trivial cause been estrang- tending. A few of Lancaster's beauties For Your , ed. The want of spice will not allow us and dudes braved the weather and went to mention each ptrformer separately, down. The chance of a invitation to a hut BiWlicc it to say that it was all much good country dinner is generally u greatCot-tO- L, enjoyed, and convinced the patrons that er attraction than tlio bonnet show. the music class has made line progress Mr. Henry Cartwright has again takun ler thu charge of Mini Bennett. en a position on the Record. We ate The annual picnic excursion of tho glad he's come back. C. S. Herring is Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly teachers and pupils of Christian Col- hero for a few days. Mr. Will Urooks,of Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. lege, was taken on Saturday, May 12th, Crab Orchard, was hero Friday night to Yosemito. Tho day was bright and and rode two "heats" on the K. I'. goat the children were in n tine mood to en- Mr. Casey M. Owsley is at home from joy it, and nil things seemed to concur Centre College for a weeks' rest. Klder to maku tho occasion memorable with Taylor, of Dauville, preached at the thrilling pleasures. A splendid dinner Methodist church Sunday morning and was spreud on an eminence, overlook- evening, Eldor Greer preaching at DanMrs Ellen Rizer McHoberts. ing tho little villiage, and as the merry ville. Mro. Kevins, of Stanford, is visiThe Ladled' Aid Society of tho Pres- crowil satisflail tho "inner man," the ting tier daughter, Mrs. Jas. Dillon. byterian church adopted thu following higher and in or., artistic senses wero Messrs. Martin D. Hardin and Casey resolutions at its last meeting: gratified by a t..- - of the picturesque Owsloy have agreed to deliver their ex- Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank Whekkai, Having been called again vailey, stretoinn.' m ..i imposnext them vety much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than cellent orations at the court-houto mourn th 1oh of ono of its most ing hills, w'ncti i... .i d it, rttand as sen- Friday, tho 2oth. Mr. Hardin's subject to get faithful members, wo bow iu submission tinels guarding the peace uiid quiet of is "What Next" and Mr. to tho will of our dear Lord and Master tho iiilm'iuatiia of in little city vi I dale, is Your Life." Mr. Hardin ha been G-OOD- S and which, in many resp lis rutin u t in of awarded first honors on his oration in Kesolvo 1. That It Is a groat privilege the famed and historic vallov, for vtn en ovqry contest in which he has delivered For you to select from. and pleasure to boar testimony to a His tamed. Many kui-lr,vrrt mX' it, whilnMX Giv. 1'roitor Knott says that! Christian character and to a life spent in tondrfd by good pdonle. alt of wiuoh will Uutdev's sneccli is thu best Iseever heard usefulness, working with earnestness be in memory's uloii n flio from n collegian. T'ley come here under ami z"'al iu her Redeemer's uausc, school desired to return ihaiiks to Me"srs the auspices of the concert baud. The A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice J. That as it member of tho Aid Socie- J. W. Powell, J ilin Rout and Win, ' geaerui admission to till parts of the house Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting. Come this week if you ty, which she pined at its organization, Dunn for the many KiniliicMa and the will he :o cents. A Teiiuewjpn paper want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. LvTiiKn lUsso.v. there havo been few equal to her in at- manner in which they conduced to tho As stated in your last, Mr. Dolph has this about thu man who spoke .all tendance and f.iithfultiOHS. Indeed if enjoyment of th i day. Messrs. Juuo Hice aud Miss Myra Owaley drove over over this county during tho prohibition sho woro absent from nny of its meet- - Richer, James Harper, Willis Shrevea to Danville Thursday afternoon an I were campaign of a fow years ago: In Mem- ings it quickly Bald. "Something tin-- I and Miss Fuunie Ii trper were pleasant married in the parlors of the Gilcher wai phis last Sunday afternoon, at thu Au- usual must havo occurred to prevent her additious to the crowd. Hotel by Klder Kendrick, of the Chris-- j assemblage of men ditorium, a largu corning." Kvery ureptraMon is being made for tian church. Their friends understood were linpatlentlj awaiting and women .. .. It I tl fl..-t" .'.inner in torsei, wo suaii the normal school, which opens ou June that they were going to Stanford, but tilts' l nf f.tnl.p .i... miss her as tho days go by, her faith' 11th and continues through six weeks. tbe young lovers Btole the march on temperance lecturer, who i....t , , ,nr .i,., oc- -, fuliies in that which wai east be ng a Tho principal and Prof. W. C, Grinstead, them. After tho ceremony they reptired been extuns vely advertised Ph) to us, that wo .night bo ' ,.,c.u,i T,..r of Danville, are now compiling the tex's ' 1 the hospitable home of tlie groom's cas i on. Tho hour greater things, and arranging the courne of etudy so as father in lower Garrard, where an eleseemed to be a halt and a i ii.i, in the! e m'88 Lr 'r0" her to give the teachers attending, every gant supper awaited them. A large Iho ministers on .... ..i.. i ud " place in tho house of God. Wu e hall i possible advantage in the length of time number of young folkB were- present to form he ii a hasty and earnest consulta- - li88 ,, ., , 'H'r n lno social circle, where sho allotted for the term. .- ..i ..i ii With the low greet them. The bride is a most lovable ( on, wnen a v. ... . choking with waa ever cheery and hopeful for thofu prices and excellent advantage ollered young lady of 19 years of age, while the thn front and. in a voico ture; and thouuh wo miss her indeed, no one, wiio contemplates teaching, can groom has barely reached his majority. emotion, said to tho startled congrega yet tlio memory of thu just is blessed, n (lord to miss it. All branches taught The writer joins their host of friends in tton: and whilst stio it no longer with us iu in public schools, with best and most im- wishing them a happy voyage through "I deeply regret that I have a most tlio body, yet with faith we can feol her We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will proved methods, will be included in ttie life. unpleasant duty to perform a duty spirit is near, -that she with others that course. Satisfaction guaranteed to all which brings Borrow to tho heart and have gone before aro compassed Dit. Aixoh.n has this to say in tbe Ad- S-AVI- E about who como to learn. Teachers can comBhamo to tho faco. I havo to announce vocate of the canvass in tho Hustonville us. and so let us run with patience tho plete tho coureo in time for August ex. precinct which promises to bo a heated Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. ,.., .,.,,f,,l niolntl Ml tll.ll TaLl l,,Ul ,H sol before us, looking unto aminatioiiB, and by close application may .1 II , . v....v..u ini-iiuone: "Magistrates are to be elected in UI1C Ul HID IUU esus, tlio author and timsher of our be ready for July examinations. Alge-lir- a cause ot temperance, ono who this county this November and candifaith. and Latin taught, if desired, without dates are cropping out ail about us. to havo addressed you upon tho tor-- 1 I. That we extend our sympathy to rlblo eirecU of the use of liquor Luther her sons and other loved ones and have additional charge. Christian College is 'Squire G. D. Smiley, of Morelaud, baa brick building, already announced himself. He is a Uenson now lies drunk at tho Teabody these resolutions printed In the Intusi- - an imposing three-storrooms large, will furnished, and finely mitti of mature years; has served a time Luther llenson is drunk in our1 OK Joi'ltN'AL. Hotel. ventilated. The grounds are beautiful iu that lino and uauts to again. His remidst. Altera terrific battlo with his J. M. HUBBARD, A. M.f President. appetite, an appetite ho beliuvetl liait Danvillk. Kt, Key. T. L Dudlov and pleasantly arranged, and as a Binn-ii- cord is good. Along with many other few places in Kentucky gallant Kentuckians he invaded Mexico, yielded to WM deliver h.s famous lecture, entitled resort but been wholly subdued, ho has Spring; 23d, 1894. temptation. Yesterday, In tho barroom tiiu Hmtoric Christ," at tho Opera equal it. Even those teachers, who hold and come out with flying colors, without of tho Teabody Hotel, ho uttered the ex- - Hollso ju this city at eight o'clock on first class certificates will find the course a scratch. Then, again, when the thun- Full corps of Conservatory sn.l N'ormul School teachers, superior courses in Literature, Music clamation, 'I will havo a glass of liquor Wednesday evening, May 30th. Iu tho and methods very beneficial, and. the as- ders from Fort Sumpter nhook the laud An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. if I have to kill a man for it. I know afternoon of tho satno day ho wil' sociation and interchange of ideas among he rode away to tho South and fought Next you will join mo in tho deep sorrow and ,)rt!rtch at Trinity Kpiscopal church and teachers can not fail to be of great bene until peace came to the country. regret I feel that this brilliant able man confirm a chtHS. Mrs. J. K Farria and fit. Terms. board, tuition and lights in order 'Siuiire L. Ii. Adams, who has should havo again Buccumbed to appe- Mrs. (J. 0. Keller, of Stanford, aro visit- full term of six weeks, J2I. (Tuition served his county iu this same line and tite," ing Mrs. W. C. Price. M, G. Johnson alone $7. Mins Bennett will be iu the wauts to be endorsed again. He has n FORwon tho inedal in thu Southern Inter college during the summer and those, war record also of which he is not Cincinnati the great metropolis of tho Collegiate Oratorical Contest, tho fourth who desire to take music, vocal or in- ashamed. With Hood and Hardee he Ohio Valley has many objects of sur- In thu history of the association, held at strumental, will have an opportunity at stood in tlie front rank, during tlio passing interest to engage the attention, For circulars address bloody campaigns all over Tennessee tho University of the South, Sewanee, J I per month. but thu ono most productive of plensuro Tenn. F. It. Douglas, of Centre, got onu M.G. Thomson, Himtnnville, Ky. and Georgia. LaBt but not least 'Squire nnd educational value to the visitor is tho vote for first and ono for Becond choice. John Bailey, already wearing the inTo the Democracy of Lincoln. Zoo. The Zoological Gardens of CincinNew styles at lowest prices. Call and see. K W. Smith, of Stanford, joined tho signia of otllco and doesn't want to throw- At a meeting of tho democratic comnati were established yoars ago by a true Gun Club, and proved himself a crack it aside, oilers for tho same fat place. mittee of tho Sth Congressional district, philanthropist. They havo been fostered shot. He broko IS out of 24, boating tho held at Lawrenceburg, April '26, it was Ho is along in years also and his war and improved by philanthropists, until record is no less brilliant than the others. entire club. Advocato. ordered that county conventions be held now they aro tho most extensive and The best inside wall finish; cold water process. Morgan's men he rode from With enduring monin each 'Q'2 John valuable in tho world an This is the way an England paper en- at the respective until tho closing scenes under the PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains ument to the magnanimity of their foun- lightens its leaders: "President Breck- county of the district on Saturday, May apple tree at Appomattox. To be with and productive of great good to tho inridge, of the Province of Kentucky, '26, at '2 o'clock, to appoint delegates to and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. der Morgan waa to be a soldier as many con Prescriptions compounded with care from the best MEDICINES whole peojjle. Kasy of access, possess- has been ordered by the High Court of the convention to bo held at Nicholas-vlll- o flicts between Atlanta, Ga., aud Bufllng-to- u at 1 i'. m., June 5th, to nominate a ing beautiful oconery iud buildings of Inquiry to pay $15,000 to Miss Madaline Give us a call. W. B. McRoherts. Island, Ohio, amply proves. Size drugs and chemicals. pleasing architecture, with a Zaological Pollard for breach of promise. President candidate for Congress. In accordance up and take your choice. The them collection Including specimens of every Breckinridge is a sou of tho late Wen- with this order, I hereby call a convenof this precinct, however, have detion to bo held at Stanford, May '20, at voters and bird in existonce, it Is an animal dell Phillips Breckinridge, m. for the purpose named termined that they will not support eith2 o'clock of which not only Cincinnati, of the United Stated during the civil and trust i. there will be a full atten- er unless they make an active canvass that but all tho territory tributary to it, war in that country, and who is said to dance. R. R. Gkntv, Chmn. aud speak at every cross road andschool la really no should bo proud. There have written the proclamation that freed house in the limits. They can now load place in or about Cincinnati where ono tbe negro slaves. Miss Pollard is a Ashland, Wis. Tne lamous retreat In Prices lower than any one. their guns and begin to shoot. can spend a few hours ao delightfully as daughter of the president of Harvard northern Wisconsin located on the Wis i consin Central Lines at tho head of the at the Zoo. Those of our readers who College, the mostconsideruble education- Ohequamegon Bay is a most desirable Georgia has a woman mail carrier Gulti-vator- s, have been there appreciate Its attractive- al institution in Kentucky. It is thought spot for one to spend a summer outing, who not only delivers the mail on her ness, and go every opportunity they President Breckinridge will be impeach surrounded as it is by the beautiful little black pony over a route Apostle Islands. Little need bo said of have; and those who have not been there ed." in a bleak and sparsely setits econic beauty and health giving qual tled region, but manages a large farm as See our Spring Stock of should ro the first opportunity they place should not bo over 'Do you carry nny life insurance?" was ities. Thisthose figuring on a resort for well, doing much of the manual labor have. looked by asked Mr. Waters. "Yes sir, $3,000." tbetr next summer s vacation, ine tour and supporting her aged parents and Buciln'BArnlc Salve. "In whose favor?" "In my wife's of 1st will find excellent fishing and boating crippled Bister by her indefatigable inth. ulveltto th world lor cum, bruitMi course." "Can yon look her in the at this point, and good hotel accommo dustry and energy. She is but 22 years rhoum, fever tores. ukn,chllbUini, cornt iore,alljetter, cnp face?" "Certainly I can, why?" dations at very reasonable rates. For erup. mad timeor no 5".budt, .:..w,iv cum Dilti. perfect pay requir- - cause I can't Bee what excuse vou "Be- further particulars, maps, Jas. 0. tables, old. Shelby ville voted 441 to 33 for water i. can and guide books apply to tauilactioa Pond, iurnteed to.jove d W. L. Withers, Salesman. centi per bo. gt vo her for living." works and electric lights. or nontr" refunded. Price Genl. Pasar. Agt, Milwaukee, Wis. -- Circuit court commenced here day, Monday. There worts four additions to tho Hnptist church Thursday niyht. Tim s.'holars of the Laurel Seminary had an onjovnblo picnic at The 1'allHlast Friday. The school closed that day. Tho report of the board of school trusters ahoMB n decrease of .15 hcholars tho first year, all having moved away. Jim Drown, colored, of Lebanon, an employe on thu construction train hud hiit leg broke Friday near town, by letting a cross-ti- e fall on it. James Smallwood shot and dangerously wounded Milt. Green near Pitts IjiukIi, .Saturday, at a placu known as I he Crossing. Liquor was thu cause of it. A fow young men from London and Pittsburg went to Mt. Vernon Saturday to play a pa mo of base ball, but owing to the bad weather the game was declared oil. 0. II. Juris has taken down tho porch iu front of the old faris stand, occupied by O. W. Michler. It hadbem standing ever since I can remember and tho new appearance of tho front is moro pleasing to the eye. Saturday was n very unpleasant day. It snowed or rained from morning till night and a cold wind camu iu from tho North. .Sunday morning there was snow on the ground to thu depth of 12 inches. Tho limbs everywhere were broken from the trees, and wu could not havo told Winter from bummer except for tho leaves thereon. adv.J Mrs. Xapier and her littio daughter, Dollie, wero at tho college Friday. .Mr. and Mrs. Joiiah Hisliop came up on Friday and were present at tho recital. Tho clsss iu Cicitr, composed of Misses Dollio Alcorn, Lillie Goode, Kate Haughman and Mnry Carpenter, passed a most rigid examination on thu first d DR. S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. e Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. court-hous- kin, The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOCK3E, Th. Druggist. -- W. H. HIGGINS, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Hose, Rubber Kose, W. H. HIGGINS. I MEET WITH SUCCESS, WHY? se 1 1 ir-gl- TJEiE I BEST J. I i iss i in-cri- 1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED O. i I "fl . 4 . T 1 . ltMii-n- n. H. i i.i ,,.,,.i'ir I ,,..,. Bicycles SrTOTT FLORENCE. 1 accustom-proceedlng- s. - '"Y -i- GOOD HIOIsrEl?" CO. -- W .H. WEAKEN & i Stanford Female College. Session Tuesday, Jnmiary i J MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- WALL PAPEB. g -- I court-hous- es vice-preside- nt WE ARE IN IT. 40-mi- le Disc Harrows, Gdo. W. Brown Corn Planters. ht - Ky. For ale by A. R. Pennfi Stanlord, . Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. S. WBARIHT. '. "''? m wij ' :$? "' "Vfi . r - r ' vfTr'"-- ' I fc rt J H4 Edmund Yates, journalist and litter- preceded Rev. Mutchmore es moderator. ateur, died at London Sunday. Ho was In his opening addresp, somo ono called Interior Journal A shortage of vaccine virus is threat- - editor of the World. out "louder," when he slid ho could not yelp from the start ened. A Chicago paper claims that ChicaMay 22, 1804 Virginia Marlowe, tho actress, ia go had, by actual count, 19 different Tho Presbyterian General Assembly Stanford, dead in Xew York. South of God demonstrated that It ia not kinds of weather on last Friday. Six anarchist were executed at At 4:14 yesterday morning Emil in politics, but let us wait before shoutW. P. WALTON. Spain, yesterday. Henry, tho anarchist who was tho au- ing until wo hear from the Presbyterian Our stock notwithstanding the tremendous business we have done Mayor Gilroy succeeds Richard thor of the Hotel Terminus explosion' Assembly North of God. Loulsvillo this season, is still in good shape. In fact, but slightly disfigured. Times. If you want to shout, you'd bot-d- o Croker as chief of tho Tammany Society. was guillotined at Paris. complete. so now. Tho X. of G. has no scruples The assortment in all departments is still large and quite Joseph Holley, a prominent citizen Fire caused a loss of $525,000 in the We arc offering anything of Huntington, W. Va., was crushed tc business section of Philadelphia Sunday, about mixing religion and politics. Tho The prices however arc badly disfigured. death at a log rolling. burning out a large dry goods storo and talk of the organic union of tho two in our stock of Dry Goods and Notions at prices that stamp them as d Capt. W. II. 1. Haines, of the bodies ii all bosh. They nro too radical several others adjoining. not only cheap, but tremendously under value. We guarantee our Line, has crossed the ocean GOO DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. The Fuyettecounty court lias fixed ly different in their methods. What is tho m titer with the various prices to be times and never lost a life. the salary of tho county judge at$l,S00, . J AS. WALKER GtVENS For County Judge Miss Callio French, of Cincinnati, county attorney at $900 and county su- Stanford churches uniting in a grand un. G. 11. COOI'KR Clk ion Sunday School picnic? It would be J. . PAXTON Hged 22, has been licensed as a pilot on perintendent of echoola at $1,100. Attorney " ' T. D. NEWI.AND tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Sheriff. Striking coal minora are held respon beneficial physically, socially and spiriE. D. KKNNKDV Asiexor Representative Berry is threo inches sible for a cowardly assassination at tho tually. A delightful program muld bt G. W. DF.liORD i. Taller Than prices asked elsewhere, tiller than tho tallest man in Congreps. Pratt mines, near Birminghan. At 2 arranged, one of tho features of which morning, a man who re could bo an oratorical contest between a lie fa a typical Kentuckian in stature. o'clock, Sunday ffnK social evil is tho question now Treasurer Simsrott, treasurer of tho fused to join tho strike was called to his youthful representative from each church who can a itatins Louisville, nntl thoco Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association of door and shot bv a mob. Threo arrests on subjects something liko'Tho Multisee no other way to rid the city of it Ohio, is missing, as is n big amount of havo been made. tudinous Advantages of tho Stinduy-Sehothan by total eradication, are shocked money. " There could be nu abundance worked havoc on Wind and storm Notwithstanding the hard times talked of, the men will come to us and dumbfounded by tho proposed eya Rev. John B. Stoptoe, of Columbtip, Lake Michigin Friday. Xine vessels of vocal and instrumental music, a splenof tho for clothing. We have just received another big lot. This immense tern of Ones against the keepers O , was robbed by highwaymen of SI 17 have so far been reported lost and 15 per- did brass band or two can be in attendhavo physiand to houses of while returning from a visit to a sick sons drowned. A heavy sea win on tho ance, aud with pie and accompaniments stock mdst be sold while the season is on and we have therefore cians to examine the inmates mid pay brother. entire day. Eight of tho vessels wore playing a conspicuous imrt, there ia no based the selling price not on the value of the good.-?- as they were their salaries out of these lines, the balWooley, of Anderson, O , wrecked in or near Chicago harbor and reason why the day should not ho made bought away below value, but upon the cost price which was Mary ance to ro to tho Home for Fallen Wo- drank gasoline, in tho dark, mistaking it the other off the Milwaukee breakwater. particularly pleasing to tho childreu and men and to be used in reclaiming them. for brandy and was a corpse a few min The Louisville Post hasn't lost contl thoroughly enjoyed by grown folks. Tho The plan is not a new one. It uas been utes after. might mention this subdence in tho president. It Bays: When Sunday-Schooin vogue for many years in Paris, but Tho House Committee on Pensions the enemies of Mr. Cleveland como once ject next Sabbath aud I hope it will bo the attempt to introduce it in St. Louis voted to recommend nn increase of all more to face the people they will discov decided to hivo a union Suuday-Schoo- l proved abortive, as it likely will in Lou- Mexican and Indian war pensions from We proyosc that our customers shall have the benefit of the low tomorrow, or next year, picnic some day in leafy June, when the er that isville, though it must be confessed that ;S to $12 per month. G rover Cleveland stands brookp and the birds are all in tune, aud prices. as lost year, Remember we take the lead in Shoes. Children's patent tip it is better than the present system of J. G. Phillips, a Lebanon merchant first in tho confidence of the American when in unison wo can praise God, from which tho poor Oxford 25c, 50, 75c and Si, worth double the money. Ladies' Oxblack mail and robbery, Oihkuveh. whom all blwinirs How. struck L. M. Baugh, one of his salesmen, to undergo for the ben- in an angry passion, and was sued for people. women are made fords ranging from 50c up. Four days of raiu in tho PennsylFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. efit of a few pampered ollicerp. $10,000 damages. vania mountains havo started Hoods in William Bailey, of Washington, O., the headwaters of tho Susquehanna, JuTho Litonia races begun Tlinrnday. district committee in the 7th is to Tub committed suicide by shooting himself in niata, Conemaugh, Allegheny and GenYearling short horn bull for pale. J. meet at Frankfort next Friday to Gx tho nominntiu)? a can- tho stomach with a ritle. He pulled the esee rivers, ami lUHtiy towns are inunda- S. Owsley. Sr., Stanford. manner and date for trigger with liia toes. We are offering for a short time, with every S20 worth of goods a John Warren Hold to W. A. Alexanted. Lockhaven is submerged and all didate for Congress. The committee Martin Ribble, nged SI, died at Mini-ci- communication cut off. Thu dam abovo der a lot of fat cattle at 2c. choice of several beautiful framed 1'a.stel Pictures. They arc copies EtaudsGto4 in favor of Breckinridge O. During his long life he was never Altoona has burst and 175,000,000 feet of Tho number of heats trotted in 2;'J0 of Water Color and Pastel Landscapes by well known American arbis supporters prefer maps conven and sick in bed .and was known in his pec- - logs havo broken loos at Williamp.orl, or better previous to 1S5G win 20. tions, but public sentiment is eo strong tists and are so faithful ia design and execution that when framed and tion as tho "healthy man." Jack Splan will, ho says, make Jack, Pa., which ia now partly under water. in favor of primary elections that that of tho Irish Lan- Twenty streetH aro inundated at Brad- 2:11 J, lower his record this year. o 1 the wall not one in a thousand can distinguish them from the origBryant Lynn, one method will likely bo adopted. It is Buffalo Bill's Wild West, died in ford, Pa. cers in You are cordially invited to call and inspect the pictures on Four thousand sheep were frozen to inal. feared even then that enough democrats from heart disease during a Bob Ingersoll declines to defend death by tho hlissard in California. from voting for fear of hav- his enddle Call for a ticket when you make a purwill refrain exhibition in our window perfuiumice in Xew York. Strayed, lflO lb. black how, .1 rings in Charley Mooro for blasphemy and writ'f: ing to support Breckinridge as the nomchase and have the amount punched out. Charles Richards met with a straugo "Sorry that you touched the feelings of noso. Reward. John Waters, Danville. inee, to elect him. It is almost a choice Dr. J. B. CKMey bought of J. W. works and death at Vincennes, O. While grinding your neighbors. My time is already between hell and the iron want to voto ami axe, the stone Imr&t and a portion mortgaged. Besides, if I should appear Flowers a Hiuall bunch of IK) pound hogs tho democrat who doesn't of it knocked tho of tophis head oil. it might injure you bv fauning into lUmo at He. for Breckinridge in tho final contest is Two Indiana people are going to get all the bigotry in your section." Moore 3. H. Shanks sold to J. H. Baugh-manarrow Btrip of territory between on tho married and then spend their honey- says "I have sacrificed everything to folA Co., 1G0 barrels of corn at 2 60 the devil and the blue Ba. moon ballooning amongst tho clouds. It low Ingersoll, and this is tho way he delivered. BLT., Tho Midway Clipper reports sales of It is said that tho republicans have is hoped that they will stay up among shows his gratitude. I havo lost social determined to make the effort of their them. position and suffered persecution in tho 21 yearling cattle at $19 50 and 20 short A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprietor n Judge Kumbler,of Cincinnati, heard cause of liberal thought. But I'll get yearlings at J1G.20. lives to defeat Congressman W. L. T.D. RANEY.J Manager. in the 2d West Virginia district. the case aud granted divorce to Mrs. even. Next week I'll blast Bob Iuger-sol- l I. M. Bruce and William Moreland The campaign committee is to furnish Mona Jacobe in lj minutes. She chargwool have bought about 00,000 pounds of in the Blade." the sinews of war and every underhand- ed her husband with cruelty aud abThe Xew York World says: Col. this season at 10 Jo 10 cents. ed effort will be resorted to to retire the sence. L. K. Wells bought in Csey and Breckinridge ought to withdraw at once-HCharles Samsmuller, aged 50, got high priest of tariff reform. In 1S92 Mr. much to the people of tho Adair countiea a lot of mountain steers owes that moth Ashland district. He owes it to the good and heifers at $S to $15 50. Wilson's plurality was 1,057, eo it is tired of supporting his hardly possible that there is enough er and killed her. Seized with remorse women whose detestation of his conduct Tnere aro 25 stallions in tho 'U. S. purchasable material in tho district to at once, he finished the job by killing has forced them into an unwonted and that have sired 1,513 2:30 or hotter encompaeahis defeat, even with the un- himself. Electioneer heads tho list. hurtful political activity. He owes it to Seven men were killed by a collision the cause of morality, to the sense of delimited amount of money that will be There wore 8,920,107 pounds of butsupplied by the Barons his bill would in a tunnel ou the Chesapeake, Ohio & cency, to God nnd to his fellow-me- n to ter Bnd 3,479,422 pounds of eleomarg-u-inSouthwestern railroad 14 miles east of take himself out of the way as a stumaffect. exported from this country litst year. Princeton. Six of the bodies have been bling block and a caue of offense. If M. F. Elkin bought of Forestus Heid The 1895 meeting of the Grand Army recovered. , Louispeople of a bunch of shoats at 4 40, and of J. E. he will not withdraw, then trie of the Republic will be held in Judge Payne stumbled and fell at his district owe it to themselves and to Lynn n lot of butcher stuff at2j toSJc. SUMMERville, a majority of the State encampHolninn A McClure. of Crab Orto do so. The suc- the Louisville race course Friday evening public decency to administer the rebuke ments having voted throwing Jockey Frank Goodale, who of a defeat as overwhelming as truth chard, told to William Tudor, of Garcess of the endeavor to get the meeting rode the Derby winner, killing him in a aud justice can make it. rard, 49 hogs averaging 129 pounds at is in n great;menBure duo to Mr. John few minutes. 4jc. H. Milliken, district paeeenger agent of - AT Tho 19 stakes of $1,000 each offend CHURCH AFFAIRS. It is estimated in official circles that every enthe L. & X., who has attended gold has left the by O. W. Williams at Galtsburg, III., are in campment so far, usually'lgetting what more than Georgetown is preparing to build an- all fillud. Tho total number of entries is This will bo the firat country since the first of the month. other Christian cUurch at a cost of lie went after. 0 IS3 meeting South of the Ohio river, and it Over $10,000,000 of this was taken from Monroe Salisbury paid only $000 for the treasury. will be a memorablo ono, for Louisville Kpv. II. C. Morrison, en route South, Directum's racing qualities last senses Fires havo broken out in three mines never does anvthing by halves. toHo could not secure him fur $ 10,000 thu at Spring Valley, III., and the striking will preach at the Methodist church 8 i'. m. J ear. after a brief stay miners have refused to allow the compa- night, 22d, at Capt. S. M. Boone, The OGth annual conncil of the The running race meeting at St. in Lebanon, returned last week to his ny to send men down the shaft toexliug-uischurch in Kentucky ia in session Joseph, Mo., has proven a failure. Enterprise. Can the flames. homo at Somerset. in Christ church, Louisville, this week. have taken charge and the Master Workman T. this meau that the man who wrote so Ii.ibiea are cured for in a special room public has been offered free H'lmisrtloit. Lebanon in of the Knights of Labor, ha6 lovingly and feelingly about at Geo. W. Picket, of Kent county, the first issue of tho Fulcon a few weeks been unceremoniously expelled from in the new Congregational church while their parents Mich., reports that he has a short-horhas tired eo eoon of the place he that order. It is charged that the gener- Middleboro, Mass., since bull calf just five mouths old to a day,' attend the service. 'Is Kccciving Ilia had "come to Btay" in? We hope there al did too much talking. Ho says thu Rev. O. M. Green, a Methodist that weighs 530 pounds. A judgment for $31,794 has been enis some mistako. We read '.his salutatowhitiky calf has made a gain of 110 Hh. during tho Price, of Xew Jer- preacher, has been appointed a ry with interest; surely he wont lenvo tered against guager at Peoria. We don't Hiippose he last 30 days. valedictory. sey, and a fine of $50 and costs, with orthe profession wlthoutin Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. The Louisville Times says that Jock" der that he. be confined in jail until they is preacher enough to hurt. Ws were in error in stating that the are paid. He is 75 years old. The Southern Presbyterian Assem ey Goodale, who was killed at the Lou Missouri democrats failed to endorse the The snow, wind and rain storm, bly refused to consider a memorial con- isyille race course Friday, was a man of national administration. They did which prevailed in tho Sierra Nevada demning Col. Breckinridge and another educatiou and refinement, having been it, apparently very heartily, but foot hills last week, destroyed thousands reflecting on tho Catholic church. The educated in tho public schoola of Urook-lytheir position is rather an anomalous of sheep. The animals had been shear- body very sensibly steers clear of polistudied law, which Blackstone pro one. Their free coinage platform is in ed, and the wind was not tempered for tics. nounces the most ennobling ol human direct opposition to tho expressions and the shorn. The corner stono of the Pullman pursuits, nnd taken to wife tho daught 1 acts of Mr. Cleveland, who had but reMemorial church was laid at Albion, X. er ol a minister. Ho anil his wile wero Workmen at the State fair grounds, cently vetoed the silver seigniorage coin- Springfield, Ills., while excavating for Y., Saturday. The edifice, which will welcomo guests at the Gait House, and - AT age bill of Missouri's favorite 6on, Bland. the exposition buildiug, cost $75,000, is tho gift of George M. wero friends and companions of other unearthed the Pullman, of Chicago, to the Univcrsalist gentlemen and ladies, some of whom opposition to Gov. McCreary hav- remains of 32 human bodies. Some of All Society. could not bo induced to attend a horso ing vanished like dew before the rays of them arc supposed to have been buried B. Paxton race. Elders A. O. Sine and J. a Summer's sun, he will of course be re- for 40 years. Four men'were drowned at Port Hu- will go np to the adjourned meeting of for Congress by acclamation. nominated . Hrown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to suit the American UronU of His friends in this county should make ron, Mich., while endeavoring to rescue the Presbytery at Richmond nox FriWo havo two breeds of sheep which hard times. the crew of a schooner. day, when permission will be obtained it a point to attend the convention hero havo boon dovoloped in Amoricn tho next Saturday afternoon and see that a The crew was finally rescued, more dead to receive Rev. S. M. Logan from Vir America Merino nnd tho common sheep. delegation of good men bo sent instruct- than alive,after 48 hours exposure in tho ginia to become pastor at Stanford. Tho one tho result of tho neatest caro The new Christian church, which nnd most judicious lino of feeding; pased to join in the acclaim that is sure terrible lake storm. Despite ono mobbing and three dis- was recently finished at Cane Valley, tured on tho vory rich horbago of tho to be heard at Xicholasville, June 5th. astrous eiicounters with dvnnmito Bert this county, was dedicated last Sunday. Vermont bills, supplemented by nn Eld. Z. T.;Williams conducted tho ser- nbuud.uioo of nitrogenous food; It is said that 22 counties in the Wes- Willis has opened another saloon at housed from eviry raindrop and tern part of Kansas, which in 18SS conInd. His Iioubo is a complete ar- viced, aesisted by E'd. Irx M. Boswoll. tained n population of 102,600, now have senal and aided by a pack of bull dogs Tho crowd was ono of tho largest ever ua constantly protected from tho sun but 54.GG3. The loss is caused by exo- he intends to Btay this time, whether or assembled in Adair county. Columbia and rain by an imjurvious blanket has dovoloped into a 6hion nowhere dus. Hats desert a sinking ship. As Gen not. Spectator. equaled as a wool producer. Tho other, Sheridan said of Texas, bo many people The jury in the white cap case In tho celebrated case of Dr. D O. by constant neglect, has resulted in n V say of Kansas: "If I owned Kansas and against John Cumingo, indicted for tho Kelly before tho General Conference! raco with smaller bodies and longer and live in hell." Bishop Hargrove legs, nctivo und reliant, capable of pickhell, I'd sell Kansas murder of Josh Mitchell, in Mercer, who was suspended by brought in a verdict of acquittal. Sub- for leaving his charge to make a canvass ing a living in scanty pasturea and Skven weeks have already been wast- stantially the same evidence is against for governor of Tennessee on the prohi- among rocks and bashes and living for ed by the Senate on the tariff bill and the others and their case was set for bition ticket in 1890, tho committee on weeks with no water but such as oould tho end ia no where in Bight. The un- yesterday. appeals made a report sustaining the ap- bo got from tho dow laden herbage. They nro light shearers, but havo n confaithful servants may ubuae the patience A tornado which passed near Kun-klpeal of Dr. Kelly from tho action of the stitution and hardiness uowhero eLso Everything"you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. Call and long. Tho handwriting of the people too O., killedtfive persons, fatally injur- Jjishop. found. If wo tako tho special bred and on the wall. is appearing examine and get prices. Rev. S. A. Mutch-mor- special fed sheep of England and subing two others and created a scene of do An was made moderator of the Pres- ject thorn to tho samo neglect and wiuit vastation for a distance of six miles.) Tub weather like the times seems to be Assembly at Saratoga. of caro that our common shoop got, w out of joint. The deepest snow uud al- One victim was carried a quarter of mile byterian General coldest weather of the year and her dismembered limbs found 100 Rev. W. O. Young and Rev. Willis Craig ehall raiso only scrubs. J. 8. Woodmost tho Stanford, Ky. come in the merry month of May. yards further on. are the other Kentuckians who have ward in Rural Now Yorker. NEWSY NOTES. Semi-Weekly BUT v SLIGHTLY DISFIGURED. Ki, Bar-celm- a, OB 8 PAGES. Cu-mr- 25 to SO Pep Cent. Less -- ol OMDTMCINCro , e, ls Extraordinary Low. IFIRIEE TO IZTOTJ. to-da- v, e, n LOUISVILLE : STORE, ST.AXTFOHD, Wil-po- e TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS -- Neckwear & Underwear H. J. $30,-00- rlcROBERTS Kpir-cop- al -- H..RUPLEY,-- h Ex-Gene- gmfawiMSattw n Ex-Go- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. en-dor- so n, THE MBAKER WAGONS REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, She-rp- water-logge- d La-port- e, caro-full- y GLASSWARE QUEEN SWARE, ,f CHAMBER SETS DINNER SETS, &c. e, e, PARRIS & HARDIN. k ; v j mggyrw3.w"" - y - -- M W,AH WlWhrfl" ;Wst..i,wi--- . mmm mv","'f'mmai0mKmmmmtm S.. S . JttfidKiflte&i& 'S&kft i,.VAiifAy'ii!aaAtt iaitofa.jfcaL i, ,..., V- - ... .'.. ...'v- - to, rJ iSM AoWi JUt'LaKjiir jgfcjfcujfc i'T-'"" ,"f.' ' cyi"-s- y 5J' Semi-Weekly -- Interior Journal 3Iay22, 1891 Go to Wilkinson for n clean shave. Smokk Dix ciura. V. II. McRob- - Stanford, Ky., orts. A. It. Penny's ia tlio plnco to buy jow 9 m elry. iE. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS Fncsii lino of Shanks'. shoes at S. II. 4 BUSINESS, ! 1- - Buy your school books and school supplies ot nil kinds at A. It. Penny's. Oaiiiiiaok paints, liarness oil, machine Watchkb, clocks and juwelry repaired " and warranted. Ennrnvlni n sucialty, oil, all kinds at W. It. McKoherts. ut A. H. Penny's. Stock in First National Hank, of Tub largest stock of DruiH, Modiclnes, Perfmnety, Pulnts and Wall Paper at for salo. Apply at this olNco. IVscriptiond n specialA. It. Penny's. ty. The weather service promises no that Bly something substantial for a comLet it shall b fair and wanner DEATH'S DOINCS. PERSONAL POINTS. us give thanks. (J mencement prcBent. We can surely -- Nhwh comes that Clark Cash, formDanks, tho jeweler- Mil. Gko. II. Hiaci;, of Lexintttcn, is Heirioi.'iiatous, iio boxes and tho best please you. erly of this county, died at his homo in bore. Mcicu cream freezers on tho market. Rkmkmiiku that six per cent, will be Arkansas, Kansas, last Miss OrrAYtA .Sizkm'oiik is millo ill at Kinney & Hooker. week, of liver added to your Una alter Juno 1st. I trouble. He leave a wife, from whom Mr. J. 12. Lynn's. Oveii in tho knobs thu snow whb will bo glad to receipt you for your taxes ho was divorced and afterwards married, Mil. W. A. TiiiiuitK Is sick with somo-thinmuch deeper than it whs hero and It either in full or in part before that date. and several children. like the fever. You are cutting your own home comforts short if you fail to buy Tim Dudderar died Sunday of conn was still on tho ground in many places O. J. Nowland. Mb. J. P. Da via has returned from from the yesterday. vleit to Williamsburg. Read tho Linuietta Park Springs ad. sumption, alter a year or more of illness and was buried labt afternoon in Buffalo Mh. and Mas. W. B. Mcltonuirrs went Tin: L. N. will ndl tickets atone fare and remember that it won't bo winter Cemetery. Ho was tho only cLild to Louisville Saturday. They will open June 1, with to Hopkinsvillo on always. for the round-tri- p g Mu. and Miw. Lewis Rosaiat. aro Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Richards at tho of the late James Dudderar, who marritd tho IMtli and 'J"th, limited to the 20th, on a Miss Reynolds and .she is also dead. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sibold. account of the Christian Kudeavor Con- head of tho respective departments. more goods, because I sell strictly for cash. You can buy . Mr. Dudderar was about 32 years old. Mr. Mauy PKKWiTT.of Jelrorsonville, Evvention. is no Uo was connected with the LAX. for Competitors will never know where to begin to meet my prices. Ind., is visiting Mrs. W. P. Tato. Tub Corbin Enterprise saya there Why should you buy on now for the railroad shops to be somo time, his lust service being as con- ery branch is novel, new and complete. At Cost. To cIoho out tho stock of reason W. W. Si'Aimow and wife, of Groceries, Glass, Tin nnl Qiieenswaro moved to Livingston. The new pump ductor, which he had to resign on ac time or pay cost elsewhere, while you can borrow money at 6, y, 8, nro visiting It. M. Mousur. furnishes live count of ill health. He was a quitt, io, 15, 20 or 25 per cent, and furnish your house for less than what W. It. Williams is a candidate for of A. A. Warren tho oamo will bo sold ct and dam at Corbin Get on the train and cost. Bargains for you. J. B. l'axton, times as much water ns tho company weli behaved man and well liked by all has been considered the price of manufacture? school trustee in Dist. 10, llustonville. could use. who know him. His wife was a daugh- come to Stanford and you will readily see that my prices pay freight assignee. Uos. and Mils. G. A. Lackky havo reter of Mr. Alfred Haley and she any point in Kentucky. I want your patronage. I am in business That enterprising colored merchant, Next Saturday is tho day appointed him. They had no children. survives to sell goods and never hesitate to price them and shall never allow timed from a visit to friends in LexingA very to Miller Broadens, has bought a "flying for the democrat to meet hero to apton. long proceeoion of friends followed tho competition prices to be quoted to me. Respectfully, Miia. B. N. ItoLLKn and Minn May me diitchman" and is raking in nickels point to thu convention at remains to their last resting place. for St. Louis Saturday to vis- from the young America of !oth races. NicholHtvillo to nominate a candidate Cardin left It ia located on thu llustonville pike for Congress, and it is hoped a repreeen-lativ- r To it friends. Teachers of Uommom Schools of Linill bo in attendance. Hon. W. II. Miu.nn took his daugh- near his store. coln County. ter, Linda, to Bourbon Saturday to visit The lirst examination for certificates will bo glad to know that Stock men Tun "Manufacturer," who advertised relatives. YOU CAN L. & in the 12uo,uirer for a man with S300 to for white teachers will Imj held at the of Paint Lick, beginning with next Saturday tho MihsMackuk Adams, In Stanford on Friday and N. will run a stool: train over its Ken- take charge of a manufactory employing was a guest at the Carpenter llouso for tucky Cent nil division to Cincinnati leav- 12." hands, turns out to be Mr. Win. Saturday, June 1st aud 2nd, coti.menc Boveral days. ing Row land at 12..V) i. u- every Tuesday Chesterfield, of tho Kingsvillo Canning Ing nt S;30 sharp. The law requires thtt Mih Maooik I.kwii oiosed a very Saturday, until further notice. Co. Somo 15 or 20 letters ratine for him. each branch of study be allotted a limited school at Buckeye Friday and re- and time for its completion, hence tho necesturned hpme Sunday. A HTATEMiesr of R. W. Hooker's The Merry Bachelors aro arranging for sity of all being hero at tho appoint! d 9 Miw. It. W. HociiKiiand danghWr, of Bank at Khiiwih City shows to- the largest hop in their history. It will time. Those living remote from Kaunas City, nro tho guouta of Mrs. tal deposits of J2,700,000 and a surplus occur on tho night of Juno 15, at Walcan make such arrangements. mhy and J. S. Mocker. and undivided profits of nearly fS0,(X'0, ton's Opera llouso and Kichhoru orSei-ber- t be ueceFsary to boon time. No visitoiB Mim Jume Cook, of Huntonville, has after $20,8 12.15 has been charged oil for will furnish tho music. Already ;J0 permitted in examination room during Buy goods of us as cheap as same goods are sold anywhere in Kenreturned from a protracted visit to her but debts, brought about by thu panic young men havo signed lor tho expen- examination under recent leirislatioi . tucky. No better stoak of Wash Goods to be found. a stor, Mrs. It. J. Lyles, at Nashville. of last Summer. A large amount of the ses. For colored teachers the s tine rul?s ap- Mipsks Claka and Ophelia Lackky stock in this bank is held In Stanford. They had girl babies in tho O'Bannon p'y lor second rruiay anil baturuay in outertained M1m livelyn lluchanan and W. F. McClakv, Supt. A New Sono. Gen. W. J. Lnndrnm household right along and nothing was same month. a few friends at tea luM evening. Mil. W. N. Okaio, who has been at has written a new song that has been said of It, but when a 1 oy put In its apTho snow storm was general through published by The John Church Co., of pearance the doctor had birth cards Central and tending the Chicago College of Eastern Kentucky Sunday, Is made almost exclusively lor us, and when we tell you a shoe is returned home yesterday for tho Cincinnati. Tho words aro by the great printed and acted generally like a young covering tho ground from two to 12 good we mean it. Our lines of ladies', gents' and children's Shoes are southern poet, Samuel Minturn Peck, of man does over his llrst born. Lester Inches in depth. vacation. Orchard, forest, and, in splendid shape and we will not be beat in price or quality. We ro Tuscaloosa, Alabama, whoeo writings are Severance O'Bannon is the name given in the cities, shade trees Mim. Biikck Jonkh and children were badly damSaturday, her father, now attracting the attention of the liter- tho youngster, the middle name for their aged. Garden products havo been In- call especial attention of the ladies to our lines of WASH DRESS turnrd to Pt. I.ouis Copies can nearest neighbors. .Mr. J. M. Iteid, having nearly regained ary people of this country. jured, and fears are felt for the tobacco, GOODS, in Domestic and Foreign Ginghams, Satteens in Foreign bo had at this olllco at 25c. his health. and Domestic, Javanes Cloths, Scotch and American Lawns, OrganLkctl'hk. Mr. Isaac M. Yonan, of corn, ryo nnd wheat crops. Miui. Kllkn Giikkn, accomjiauied by During the past week It. II. Old tickkt. Capt. Pete Runeker, who Oroomiah, Persia, will deliver a lecture ildies, Dimities in plain, white and printed goods. In Laces and TrimMifses Nora Green and Lena Harnett, runs extra on this division every now c sold pigs from bis registered lustrated with 70 largo magic lantern call yesterday, which In Hosiery, Kid paid our olllco a herd aa follows: To M. Geigel, Lin- mings and Trimming Silks we are headquarters. and then, says that a passenger who views of Persian domestic life at Presthe force enjoyed. coln county, 1 male; to S. M. Owent, Gloves, Silk Mits and Corsets you will find a splendid stock. Rememboarded his train at LivingHtonthe other byterian church on Wednesday eveningi Mh. J T. Johnson, of Louisville, who day gave him a ticket which was sold at 1 male; to Frank Mitchell, ber we carry the celebrated J. B. and P. D. Corsets. beginning at S i M. Mr. Yonan is a con- Stanford, married Miw "Pet" ltont, writes to her that station 12 years ago. It read from Woodford county, 1 male and 2 females; Christian religion, now at Gentlemen will find one of the best stocks of Gents' Furnishings family hero that his wlfo has just presen- "Livingston to Junction City" and tho vert to the toudiuk LouisvilleThoologica) Seminary, to P. F. Ray, Lebanon, 1 male and two ever offefed. Don't buy until you come and see. ted him with a lino boy. gray.ueatleu olu lady Unit gave it to nun with tho view of preaching Christ among females; to Gus Hofmann, of Crab OrchMiss Km.kn Owplkv parsed through to stated that she had kept it since 1SS2 ex- ard Spring, I male and 2 females. Price own people, uo preaciieu at rreeoy-teria- n Lincnster Friday after an extended visit picting to mko the trip. per head. church Sunday morning, and lect) Louisvillu and F.lizabethtown. Mr religions. Ail Ljtcher Owsley met her hero. The snow began falling in tho moun- tured at night on Persian NKW AUVEUTISKMK.NTS. who heard him were charmed. No adU r. si , Saturday and by I o'clock Mn. J. G. Cncii., of Danville, was up tains at will bo charged, but at the close mission 8 mdny to see a mighty pretty yonnu next morning it had brohen tho teleup visiting in this section, and it graph wires in about 7i places and torn of lecture a collection will bo taken hdy who is to aid Mr. Yonan in obtaining his theothem from 2(1 post from P.ast Bernstadt wasn't his first time by several. logical education. This lecture Is highly Miw Lottie Million, tho clinriniiii: to Mt. Vernon. Trainmaster B. N. Rolcomplimented in Louisville, Richmond Junction City Post-Officbrunetto from Crab Orchard, and her ler and Despatcher W. F. Sheridan spent deHOYLK COt'NTY, KY. the night with a force getting a connec- and other places whero it has been brother, Oliver, are visiting relatives. tion made and by Sunday early the livered, and should bo largely attended. Vernon Signal. Livingston Cor , Mt. t 9 1ST, 3894. Mim Mvttik Tayloii, of Huntington, wires were clicking again. Th k republicans, thinking that there o W. Va., is visiting lier aunt, Miss A BioTiiimi. Mr. W. S. Hilton, tho is both apathy and dissatisfaction in the The Linuietta Springs Co. tak pleasure in anTrneheart. She has grown Into n hustling patrons and the public merchant of Junction City has democratic party, are making big boasts nouncing to lu leaied this popuUr report generally anil have that they hate very handsome young lady during tho added to the rear of his store about !0 of electing a full county ticket, which placed the management in charge of Capt. Thomsiveral years that have elapsed idneo her feet, giving him a depth of 122 feet. His they claim they will put out in duo as lliihirds, whoso proverbial politeness and at tentloti insuics plc&Mirennd comfort to Its guests. Come and see our splendid line of Percale Shirts. We have them follast visit. The culinary department will lie under the pe Htore is Iin feet wido and'overy available time, and which is reported to be in cial charge of Mrs Sallle Richards, whose quali- without collars, with collars attached and with separate collars O. Hodkmek, of Gallatin, wish Gait. J. space, up stiirs and down, is jammed lows: For judge, P. M. Mcltobertp; at- fications are luo well known in ihat capacity to here Saturday. He is enthusiastic over with gojda of every description; in fact tornoy, G. M. Davidson; clerk, J. F. need comment In this nollce. the benefit that would accrue to this Noah's ark would bo u most excollent Cummins; sheriff, Tom Napier, and MUSIC. Biction by tho building of a railroad to J. T. Terry. Wo havo heard no A Kooti Hand has been employed lor the for his houso. Considering these icaion. willing to put up big uamo McKinney and is hard timai it looks like bo has got most one Bpokon of for jailor, but a lamb will there will be dancing very evening and special hops every Friday evening. The grand opening money for it. too big n thing for his town, but ho saya doubtltss bo found for tho slaughter. ball Krlday evening, lure 15. O. V. Hilky, 12f(i,dem.,is announc-o- l LINNIKTTA SPRINGS CO., Trops., not and is proving it by selling lots of Tho whole thing is a big blufl. The in tho Middlesboro News as an inde- goods. Thomas Riciiarus, Manager. rails havo no earthly show of o'ecting a We keep the Scrivens Patent Seam Drawers the best made. If you pendent candidate for county attornoy, single one of their number. Tho demowant solid comfort and the best wearing goods ever made you should A snow storm in May and within ten which olllco ho is now tilling vory patis-- f crats havo put up a strong ticket and it Ho married Miss Mary Jones, days of Summer time I Did you ever? will bo triumphantly elected, try these. g ictorily. Well, hardly ever, though Mr. J. W. of this county. tho whines of a fow disappointMill Tin friends of our former townsman, Rout says that 10 years ago on tho 17th ed pap suckers and tho prodictionB of Dr. A. S. Prico, will bo gratified to learn of May a heavy fall of snow was wit- those democrats, who are unAnd 73 Acres of Land. of his success in his profession at Stan- nessed. It covered the ground six inchworthy of tho narao, and ought to go up an excellent busi- es and so mashed down and withered bodily where they seem to havo gone in ford. Ho has built ness and has made ft host of friends in tho forward corn that fields of it had to heart, over to tho enemy. LINCOLN CIUCUIT COUUT. And more elastic than balbriggan. Also a splendid line of the gauze bo plowed over and replanted. His fathFarmers Hank and Trust Company of Stanford, that community. Lnncaster Record. and balbriggin goods. Good stock white Ky , Pill . against V M. Dudderar James A. field a foot high. The MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Jin. J. P. Pitman, who has been clerk er had a Dudderar and Ann Dudderar, Dells, Notice of Sale. came Sunday; it was gone by noon, at the Carpenter llouso for somotimo snow Half-Hos- e, I!y virtue of a judgment and order ot sale herein The popular belief that May is an and mado many friendB by his gentlo-manl- tho next day tho old gentleman had unlucky month for tnarriago dates from at the October term, 1893, of this court, the undersigned Commistioner will bctoie the deportment, left Sunday for Ida four plows turning tho laud under. Ho door in the town of Stanford, on &c. All Hats at Cost and less than cost. Grove, Mo., accompanied soaked tho corn, planted It by Saturday Roman times. homo at Ash John II. Peacock, aged 10, and Min. ljtnd plow. by his sister, Miss Luln Pitman, whohaB and by Monday it waB up. xxtli, 1894, nio Hearer, 11, both of Ohio, wore marbsen visiting friends at London, Paint ed, corn planted and up, all in a week. ried at Parkerebun,', W. Va., last week. You can believe it or not, but Mr. Rout Lick, &c. The hM wore abort dressea and the youth County court day for Lincoln c.un ty, sell at thec outcry to the highest and lestlidder, Mn. and Mns. Wn.i. O. WiiKiwiiTT ar- is a truthful man. This digression was A tract following decnbed property, night from Spokane, for tho purpose of showing that Sun- knickerbockers. rived Tuesday in Lincoln county, on the waters of Dix It is stated on good authority that ol Landcontaining 73 Acres and bounded as lol- River, Wash., and received warm greetings from day's storm, bad as it was, had more lows: North by thu lands of John liaylor, South s than its counterpart in tho good old the engagement between Mies Anna and Kast.bv the latins of Henry Trarlor and Vet n host of friends. Tho climate ol Washfor a of thu past. Sunday morning's Gould, daughter of the late Jay Gould, by the lands of C M. bnooaarr.ure. l)iut metesmore and ington was detrimonal to Mrs. Wherritt'a times particular description ot the lands by and Win. M. llarriman, has been broken b.minds, the iudement of sale herein Is referred to. heultb and they havo returned to Ken- snow would have been six Inches, but This tract of i.ind includes the valuable Mill Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. consent. Property known as Duddcrar's Mill, the dwelling tucky to live, though they do not know- it melted very fast, not however until it oil' by mutual In Holland tho peasant girls who are house and othcrimprovements. The other three My stock is sure to please you in yet whero they will locate. Versailles had accumulated on tho heavy foliage of mentioned in the judgment and directed to swaiulesa at fair tirao biro young men for tracts will not be sold, forthe reason that they be sold the shado and fruit treea and torn many Sun. ia have heretofore been diipoied of an J plaintiff has limbs from them. There was a fall of the occasion. A handsome man who received the benefit thereof. will of much The VICINITY. moro than 50 degrees from Thursday to a good daueer has n big value, so much the whole, or so will beit sold as bo necessary, tho CITY AND will satisfy Tract so that sometimes three girls have to ilebtof ulaintltf lor $S Ajg.oa, with 6 per cent, in- Saturday, but fortuuately the clouds, tho terest tiom July 3, 1891, untl paid, and the further Watches at Danks, - tho joweler. Alabastine, Var; rain and tho biiow kept away tho frost, club togothor to biro ono swain. sum of 11,071.74, with 6 per cent, intsrest from Ju, A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, James Wiley married tho daughtor iy 8, 1892, until paid, and its costs herein expend- - nishes, &c. Go to Wilkinson for a stylish hair and while vegetation will bo consideracre'Hit ol S1.4aS.5t, paid Janmry subject to a After ed, 1891, proceeds of Holtclaw'i notes). The sum to 13, bly retarded, no great damago is done, of a widow of near Vanceburg. cut. be rafted to cover plaintiff's debt and all costs to oxcept to tho wheat and ryo, which Bevoral years tho couple were divoiced, day of ale, $6,101. lb. Termsof Sale: A credit of six months, llond The now turuuois rings only 50 cts. at are mashed flat. Tho storm was tho tail and Wiloy morrled his six per cent, approved penonal security Before Spring Cleaning. joweler. She died soma six months ago, with from day ol sale, having;'In lorce and efDankB, tho the interest end of tho blizzard which prevailed in judgment ind payable to the Com'r. Lien and Wiley and his first wlfo havo remar- fect of a R. C. rtTAUHEN, retained. T.inni llnfrlirenitnr for Bale lit half tho Northwest and did great dumngo to Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. 1 ried. Ho had children by both wives. cropa and fruit trees. prlcu. W.r. Walton. I m Tiiiikk kinds of sweet potato plnntfl at So cents per 100. O. J. Nowland. SUm-for- d, Yon will find the best stock and lowest Robert McDonald, son of Rov. Henry McDonald, and Mies Luto Clayton, prices at A. It. Penny's. 9 both formerly of Georgetown, Ky., were Wr have some flno opal rincs to show secretly married in Atlanta recently unIs near at hanJ. Give something pretty, substantial and up to date you. Uftnks, tho jeweler. der assumed names. On finding it out for a present and Wanted, good farm hand with small tho groom's father marrind them under their own names and now everything is family. J. F. Govor, Stanford. lovely. Both aro under 10 years of age. : : Tun town clock hands havo been made Old Mr. Dollar, sgml about 75, re- to consist, for which relief much thanks. Biding near Guthrie, was married a few From our complete stock of seasonable goods. Wc mention a few Tim: comiiieiicuinoiit exercises at Mil days Hgo to his 7th wife, the 0th having below but you can find in our stock anything pertaining to the jewellersburK FeMialo Col ego will bo held died in March. We f tiled to learn the ry trade: Uirthstone Rings, Neckchains, Watch Chains, Dress Pins name of his present wife, but learn she from May III to June 0. and Buttons, Hair Pins, Hair Pins, Stick Pins, Breast Pins, Scabbard was n "Kr.W widow and that her maidSkvkntkkn years in the barber busi- en name was Kaston. We presume Mr. Pins, Gold Watches, Gold Pens, Glove Buttoners, Belt Buckles, ness ought to make mo 0. K. Try mo Dollar is in favor of free coinage. Itua- - Book Marks, Paper Cutters, Stamp Cases, Umbrella Straps, Coat Marks, etc., etc., etc. and suo. I'd Wilkinson. Hellville Ledger. m COMMENCEMENT Your 3 Seleet Present Jeweler. to-da- DANES', M ind : The : m g What You Do I viel-tin- New : Furniture : House. one-fourt- m Brad-Ijrdsvll- le. W. W. WITHERS. -- court-hous- e sfic-cesdf- ul Met-repoht- an Gan, Stun-for- i! llCH-ke- r OUB SHILitidS) Phar-vmac- y, Bro-nau- Du-ro- .. HUGHES & TATE. LinniettaPark Springs, e, A TALK OrEN JUNE Flor-onc- TO MEH ONLY. 1 AT 98 CENTS. Shirts, Ties, Collars, Cuffs, J4-- m notwith-Btandin- Commissioner's Sale Valuable Property, ed THEY ARE COOLER, uO-ac- ro y court-hou- se Monday, June SEVERANCE & SON. ub-h- it! WALL PAPER - DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. . v A. H. PJBNIT7, Druggist. n v r i K If I: fc. r 1 t Dr. S. DR. W. B. For Future Consumption. Mo., ssti. "For whooping cough, Chamberlain's is excellent' Irtolr Littlo Edith hnd tho habit of eating1 Couch Remedydeprived of nil Vy using it consedangcious the disease is How Tlicy I'cll put. Xeirr to Mnke It Vy out tho soft part of her bread nnd tuck-im- ? quences. There is no dancer in (tvine the Heme-lA candidate for Representative In Concress, sub- to bablf s. as it contains noth in; injurious, ajc tho crust under tho edgo of her on Knrth. Office South Side Main St., In office recently to tho action ol tho Democratic party of the Tuesday and Friday bottles for sale by Dr. S. O. Hocker, and 30 cent CMbllahod Every vacated by Dr, Lre K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. If you were not n soldier, you can hard- pinto. Her mother had frequently re- DrucEist, sianio'u. AT ly reallzo what strange frlcntUhlps wcro proved her for this reprehensible prac......SALE OF., 1'ertons who formed by tho rank and tile. Tho man tice, but it appeared to hnvo no lasting rejoice with D. sympatmzcof with the afflicted wil Sowing Machines K. Carr, Mavis Vertical 115 Harrison street, tWWhen not opid 3U.60 will be chartred.-who hadn't a comrade was a bad man. To effect. Tho other evening1 sho wns deKansas City He is an old iiilirrer from Inflammatory boo comrade meant everything. Thorn tected at her old trick. Her mother troubled Rheumatism, but has not heretofore been tn this climate. Last winter he went up K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. was no limit to what you might demand paid: Wisconsin and in consequence has had anAre lh Iwst because 'hey lighter and can do "Edith, how often hnvo I told you into attack. "It came upon me acaln very acute As Executor of W. M. Illgglns, deed , I will a greater variety of work run any other sewing other ho would grant. You than no limit to what Train naves llowund at 7:00 a. m., returning and sevtre, he said, ".vy Joints swelled ana sell at public auction on tho prvmlfes on macnine in cooked together, ate together, shared tho nliout leaving your crusts? Thero may becamo Inllaiued sore to touch and almuit to look mv canteen, haversack and blanket; you como n dny when you'll bo glnd to get at t'pon the urgent request of Halm mcthcr-i- n same LOCALTIME CARD. May 31, 1894, Ladlos Lincoln County Pain to reduce law, tried Chamberlain' were one nnd inseparable until death or them." the swellifR and eac the 'rln, and to my Are cordially Invited to call at the M Assph ,.The Farm of., pm glknoss separated you. "Yes, ranmmn," replied Edith, with ....- When rollicking, .1137 Mail train going North........ h.ive used thrro 30c It did Iwlh Hotel and examine the maehlue, a well as lam iijpta Luighlng Billy I)als " " South .......... bo ibo down to us n demure, whimsical countennnco, bottles and beliete it to swelling finest thirst Tor pies of Us work Me.MUKKAY ItROS. Cxpress train " South it 31 pta nftor ,the first year, hoennio Land, estanl " for tneuinatitm, pains and Acros surprised us by "that's what I'm saving em for." Suuljrd, Ky J tt " North.. sale by Dr, 3. O Hocker, Driiptut, Manlord, 3liu "taking to" gnitl old John Chivlngton on Brooklyn Life. am 936 About 73 Acres in cultivation now. the remainder Local Freight North ......207pm sight. It was a cao of May nnd DecemSouth., grass, situated 4 inils from Ctao Onhatd.SH . YOU ARE.... The latter traim also carry passengers. tulles from Stanford and t mile from Cedar Creek A Housohold Trooauro. No Opposition Likely. ber. Hilly was young nnd handsome Station, on the L. & N railroad. Two story frame The above ii calculated on standard time. Solar John old nnd ugly. Billy was happy go D. W Fuller, of Canajoharie. N. Y., ssjs that home, lour rioms, nlso dining room and kitchen, Little Boy What's the matter? ima is about to minutes fatter. Discovery cistern, smoke house, an ice lucky John gruff and sulky and fault Sir. Kicefellow Oh urn nothing-nothi- ng. he always keeys Dr. King's New be without In the porches, Ac, good In yard, large btrn, two corn Iioum. and his family Mould not it. If house, double cutln finding. The old man took n fancy to tho QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. I am lust back from Ihn cities with a large and Just er thinking, that's procurable. (1. A Dki-maDruKCiit, Cntskill, cribs, two buggy houses and a HUcksmith bhop, S'. V., sas that Dr King's New Discovery is Tools, Ac. 'i he farm will be oflered In two tracts wc Isetciled stock or MILLIXERY, which 1 will boy at once, aud 011 his part Ullly hud no nil. best Cbutfn remtdy; that he has and ts a whale. Laud notes will bear Interest nell cheaper than ever AlUa Laura Jarboe, a suthe a 10- fault to find. Insldo of three months they (Join ortn trains pass junction "Has Sis told you that you must undoubtedly lamily for eight ean, and It has irnm Jan. 1, ttoSi sis rer cent. In 6 perior tilmmer Irnm Cincinnati, has engaged with ued it in his d tows: Vettibule ntarts 6 a. m. stronger friendship than any two had eve. failed 10 do all that is claimed for It. Why months; one tbrd in is months nnd tn nte and t can Euarrnlee satisfaction in every speak to papa?" Local ttop m. Florida Limited 3:15 p. m tho old mnn vns linppler brothers, nnd Call ad see my iroods, not try n nn.ed)so Ions: tried and tested. Trial ig months Oood school In 54 mile of house. a. m dotted tree at A. R Penny's Drug Store. Recu-lalottle a Aldcrney cows with calves. South:! O.m Vestibule 11t tS p.p.ta.m. Florida than we had ever seen him before. It was IMISSLICCIEIIBAZLEY. site 50c aud ?i 00. "Well you needn't get scared. Tapa cows and cahes. Local 33 Limited ia:iM n comradeship llko thousands of others, SUnford, Ky. Vestibule arrives S 40 p, m. surprised, 5 coo s without calves however, in the fact that it was tested nt won't be mad. He'll look Spoclmon Gaaos. steer. i and hem nnd haw n little, nnd then S. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis was intervals by words nnd deeds which hurt. t male cow. Down through the wilderness cheerjump up and say: 'Bless you, my chil- with IINeuralcia and Rheumatism: , his troubled S calvesand pigs. stomach j sows x as disordered, his liver was alfected to an alarmfully trumped Hilly and John with tho dren.' " it, shoats ing degree, appetite felt away aud he was terribly rest of us, old John carrying double weight s male hog. "Are you sure?" reduced in tlesh aud strength. Three bottles ol on tho march to favor tho boy's young t work horses, i good buggy marethat alady can t ull stock of I rult anJ Ornamental Trees, Grape "That's tho way ho did to all the Klcctlic Hitters cured him. dm. mare in foal by Hackl)'s saddle hone. ines. Asparagus, Small Fruits, bhrubs, shoulders, and by nnd by tho army strung others thnt Sis sent to him." Good Edvard Shepherd, Harrisburg, Illin i young usually fouu.l In is nursery e.uMuhfntnt. running sore on his leg of eight jrars' stand out in front of Leo at Petersburg. After News. i& head of sheep We sell direct to the planter and have no agents, ing. Used three bottles or Electric Hitters and iS iambs. t that it was not war, but murder. In somo on application sccn boxes of Hucklen's Arnica Salve and his Household and kitchen furniture, farming Trotutnrn anil To'itlmrlnv. places the rllle pits wcro so cloo together leg is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, H. F. HILLENMKYKIt, such as shovel and turning plows, t hay Urge fiver doctors Lexington, Ky. J "Did you find out what that woman O., had fue incurable Sores on his leg; KUctnc rake, mowing macl Inc, I that you could tos a hard tack over your wagon, he was ot head ond know that it fell within reach wus hollerln' about?" said Tanner said Uittcrs and one box One bottle Arnica Sslve reckaway, i spring wagon, t corn shelter, oo.n Hucklen's rlc gear, of the Coufedernte, who had n bit of tobacCorntossel's wife, when the old gentle- cured him eutirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, drugs cru.her, i wheatol Ian, t straw cutter, plow hay, bacon, lard, vinegar, corn, etc. Alto a lot gut. co ready to tos Kick. homan returned to their room in tho itnw ttc One morning, n lien our company hnd tel. A 11 a track of knob land ot ;o acres, well timbered, on Ottcnheim pile near Cox's Gap, sold been detailed for the rllle pits, though wo j clerk," he replied. "I asked the separate Two doors above could not get Into them until darkness .VJwayt on hand All sums under Sio cash. All overdue Janu "What did he say?" tftsofofefy came to hide our movements, Billy mid arr I, iSgs, with interest from day of sals and Tho Nobiest I "Ho said It wus 'II Trovatory. aud Nicost Goods? secured by personal security. John had a f.uliug out. Tho provocation f.'uen llaby was slek, w rsvo her Coatnrl. V fl HIGGINS, Cv was n curious one. Billy was innklng tho didn't like to show my lgnoranco 03 When sln v.-- a Child, alio cried Can be had in the market Trices lower than the for Cnstorl s. more questions. But I reckon pLco of shell, from n lowest Mourning gnods specialty. Call aed A cream of tarter baking pow- coffee, when a away, descendedllred struck nskin' it's thersusslety nnmofur tooth- Wlien sno became MUs, aho dun;; to OvstorM. nnd mnybc etamine before busing fort two miles JAUV "AVIS DUDDKRAR. When ahe luid Children, sho peve them Coxtoria. der. Highest of all in leavening nnd demolished the coffeepot and scattered ache." Washington Star. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanford, Ky Latest United States tho fire nlxnit Old John leaped up to re- strength. COMMERCIAL I1LOCK .Mistook Ills Sex. proach and find fault, not exactly clear as Government Food Report. to what hnd h.ipponed.nnd Billy's feelings Haverly Cholly Chumpleigh says were and he walked owoy. One's HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., pride hurt, stake In stu.li cases, you know, that New York Is tho most polite city AS ASSIGNEE OF is at In tho world. and tho day pulsed away without reconUss U U I CRAB OHGHARD IOO Wall Street, New York. Austen What has given him that S I M Mss SB s ciliation. It w.ii a strange thing that idea? v ere paired off for ono of Billy and John Haverly Cholly got on a Broadwaj I offer for sale privately his the rillo pits. It como about without n word being said, nnd they had no speech car the other day when it was pretty Ur.ALUR 1N- Td F. B. RILEY.iProprletor, old gencut' WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, for each other as they crept forward crowded and a We- - - Kentucky. through the darkness to relieve thoso who tleman got up and offered him his scat, Re , on reasonable llrre and terms. The stock has London, Town Topics. had occupied tho grave for 21 hours. been cleared of all damaged goods, : SUW OI'KM. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettat When they had tlropiK.il down nnd stowed Manifestly Mrmlitclous. prepared than ever to accommodate the public their haversacks and canteens oway, John Is in First Good Livery attached and every convenient Condition "Cholly Is becoming untruthful," himself to say: humbled Give me a call. and located in one of the mo. I desirable stands In go to sleep, and I'll atFRANK RILrY. "Boy, you can said one j'oung woman to another. T7 Crab Orolnnrtl, agency el papers Do- the city Jh nurrhsi.ir th daily .,.!... will be tend to business." "You don't Mean it?" .... nfnm-transferred In To the ot considerable revenue sin:e Its discovery by Daniel A. S. Billy wanted to reply, "Thank you, dent I asked him if he intended to Iloone Public century or more ago the locality "Yes. J. I'AXTON a Ascignec. old John, " but pride prevented, and by and go to tho Van Twiggins, and he said ot Crabntarlt " Orchard springs has lieen the Mecca of SURGEON DENTIST bv. without another word having been ho did not know." h.allh and pleasure seekers. With Us healing e surBald, ho went olT into dreamland, and tho waters, oronlc atmosphere and OSceover McRoberts Drue Store in the t "I'm sure that wns candid." roundings, it at once affords to the et ervatcd and Owtlev Building. old man crnmixil his own legs to give the ....... a .... anj n W..ihi.iiuih !. .ll iiiuilvu iivii; nut. "Yes. But he went on to sa3 Iig was Iui--i .1. Stanford. boy more restful ositlou. There was The lctmty abounds w.tli scenes to cbarm the desultory llrlng during tho night, but no thinking about it." Washington Star. rainier aniTinspIre tne lcx;t, sylvan walks lor tne t.over, embowered I)nvt-- i for the weary Hooting, I W GREEN. PropriMor. one seemed determined to kill till daylight Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. Modern Heroism. llilllardand Dancing Halls for tho light hearted, Candies, came. Then there was a crackle of musand Hunting tor the sportsmen, Kipecial attenWeary Watklns Say, dey ain't no tion is glcn to the cuisine. : : : Kentucky. ketry nil along tho front, aud tho man who Terms moderate From $ to Ji$ per week For Headquarters lor almost anything licld o linger ubovo n rllle jilt drew ft mur- real heroes nowadays. apply to Hungry Higglns Dey nln't, ch? further Information,UL'i HOr.MANN, I'ror. derous lire. Billy slept peacefully through I am still running this Hotel aad is a feller Crab Orchard, Ky the night, nnd daylight was an hour old V'y, right here In de paper III continue politist When you want aTirst- - tion at well astn gi,bestmy gurnit theatTunls, alien you want. the the market when he oioned his eyes. Old John was advertising dat he ain't afraid of work. Nerve and Brain Treatment Or. E. C. West' on Indianapolis Journal. i sold under positive written guarantee, by author- besldo himshot.his knees, withn musket held Ladies, Your Attention, Please. Special Attention to tho TravelIt had been chilly night, only, tn cure. Weak Memory; Low ol ready for a ized scents class meal for 25c, call on him. Drain and Nerve 1'ower; Lot JInnhood;CJnli,knei; boy found his comrade's overcoat I'llght or Time. Tho ing Public. of Confidence; nnd the night Losses; Evil Dreams; I.ack 'Twero vain to aslc a woman's a;e, 3frvoasneM; Latitude; ml Iriiln; loss of Tower laid over him. Tho sacrifice touched him Millinery My Stock When you want a cauedby to the quick, and with tears in his eyes he of the Generative Orguns In cUbsr sex, turnout come to my Tbor never tell the truth. Youthful J rrori", cr Exceivo Ci'o ot stage Is bei g rapidlv opened and It embraces etery Except when at that Tobacco, Opium or Mc r, which eoon lead to Bald: tning pretty ami styiisn. i nave engageu .tuts pilgrimage Ot life's l( an i Death. ByznaU, Misery, Consumption, Ii "Come, John, but I'm sorry nnd wnnt Julia Mitt, of Cincinnati, to trim forme, b.ie is a to cure or The heyday ot their youth. 81b box; 6 fort: lady of much experience and taite and Is sute to Trice to suit the hsrd times. Call or leavtotdtr refund money. Wr.srfct- - t.GilrtYKUP. A certain to make up!" give satisfaction. An esamination of goods is inat the Myers House Ottce cure for Coughs, Cold, Aiih:.if Urrochltis, Croup, Tho old man neither spoko nor moved. Stanford, Ky. MRS. I'OKIK T COURTS.. 10 vited. "Whooping Cough, More lhro.it. I'leaant to take. "Won't you mnko It up with me, Johnr" Hmall clze discontinued; olJ.CHo. size, now Sac; cJ queried the boy as ho reached out to tako Iwued only by 31 size, now CQc. OUAKAl ?. his comrade by tho arm. "I wasn't to G. D. SMILEY NATIONAL BANK THOMAS YEAOKR. Ky. blame, you know. If you hadn't jumped A. K.PENNY, JAMES YEAGER. up and shouted at me, It would have been Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the Or STANFORD. KY. precinct, subject to the action ol tbe & all right." .IF YOU ARE GOING., fingers gripped tho blue slecvo and democratic party His Capital Stock- pulled, nnd tho body lurched over ngaiust ok 5TABU, UVEST, FBED AND Surplus ................. him. Old John was a corpse shot through I am now ready to deliver manufactuied Ice THE. tho head an hour before! Factory tocustomersregularlv Irons the Stanford Attention of the public it invited to the fac every rooming at the rate ef FIFTY CKN1S Special Hates to Commercial Men. "Ho's dead he's dead!" shouted tho the only PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and that this Is pronslons National Hank in Stanford ...Dealers In. boy In terror as ho pushed tho body away Under the of the National Hank Act at 75c la smaller lots. STAFFORD, KY. depositors are secur.d not only by th. cariul and struggled up. "Oh, John, wo hnd a E. UHEMKH, Stacford. 10 by the stockholders1 liability lor aa ttock, but fuss, and we hadn't made It up yet when II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ei you" s this instltuUon are secured by a fund off.oo.oc. turnouts will leave our stable. See us Ho straightened up In tho pit, forgetting lor rates. In our riva sworn statements of thecondiln of ths bank 13. are mads each yearto tbe United Sutcs gov.ra-meKv. tho fearful dnnger nt hnnd, nnd when ho LOUISVILLC 4, NAIHVILIC R. R. and Its assets are examined at stated tiQM HARNESS SHOP sank down there were two corpses In tho At the well. known old stand ol J. tl. Green, in by government agents, thus securing addititoaa grave Billy and John. Wo burled them You will find a good aisortment of Harness, and perfect safety to depositors. Have sour repairing done by saddlm.Ac. This originally Fide by side thnt night, nnd as wo turned Ii the line for you, as its Kentucky. Depotitinstitution, Stanford in 185S, then ss the our man he understands his business. We have a Hustonvillo, liauk of uwoy from tho trench tho sergeant said: mechanic in our ned as the National Uank ol Stanford in 1M1 and Has juit received a beautiful line of "I laid tho boy on tho old man's arm AH kinds of Carriage and iluggy Tops, Daihcs as the First National Hank of again BLACKSMITH SHOP. has beforo they were covered in, for they oro at.d Fenders Make close connections at &c. bunlord in ibSr, of is had practically an uninterSurreys, Phaetons, Bug-gies- , rupted existence years It It better supplied ngoin." Will now with facilities for transacting LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ucver to fnll out and make up SI. QUAD. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED prices guarantee first class work and satisfactory Call and see his stock and his prices which ly and liberatly than ever before business prompt iv ojr horse anoer. in its long and For all points. 1 Semi-Week- ly a ? lf'.- - 1 wWf Jc. --5T jytV' r !K'Jt,T4JKl i " UV ' 'f-- ' F. Scott, of Illue Hidce, Harrison county, J We are authorised to announce Interior Journr "BILLY AND JOHN." I I y Hon. jas. b. Mccreary , PENNY Dentist. W Land, Stock, Crop, &c. hi 5L&N. 1 Thursday, 234 sgreea-bleaurprls- e of 1 of 111 . RospsotfcOly Invited. pn-llcul- 1- Blue-Gra- ss One-thir- 11 1 one-thir- d "Y-e-s- ." r Blue-Gra- year-ol- d Orchard, LawnGarden. smlevtr-Mhliis- T lalak-gue- two-hurt- e I I j m. Powder J I'oit-Olhc- Pure I I 11 II THE RILEY HOUSE short-sighte- iHMTWelLj SEASOJST OF 1884: Iy. M A. A. WARREN -- - Fancy Groceries, -- Class PRICE, Foreign and 1 11 home-lik- I 11 ll. m mestic Fruits, Tho.Myers House, n tm NEW Stanford, of first-cla- over-exertio- abort-llTC- d j charm-killin- g R ZIMMER. LIVERY STABLE. Stanford, -- FIRST Hut-tonvll- le YEAGER YEAGER, NORTH nrxsT, Higgins & Watts, Stanford, UN. ICE, ICE. S. CABPENTEB, S200.000 21,300 All Kinds of Coal, first-clas- nt 'Double Daily Trains BTJGcrsr TOPS. Hri-dl- ed sa 1 THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Or For any information enquire of JOE S.IUCE. Agent, Stanford, Ky W. A. MeQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky II. Cattleman. John A. G. Lanham ROYAL insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAJS - MANAGERS, trj ii LP I- Commerce Building, Louisville Ageats throughout the South. - i T W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agfont, STANFORD, KY. Mourning CtintniiiM. Tlio colors of tlrvss for mourning differ nccortllng to persons nntl countries. In Italy tho "women onco mourned In whlta nml tho men In brown. In China thoy wear white; in Turkey, Syria, Cupnudoclu untl Armuniit, cuhntlnl blue; in Egypt, yellow or the color of ft dead leaf. Tho Ethiopians wear gray, and in Europe tho mourning color is bluck. Each of tltoo colors had originally its significance White is tho emblem of purity; celestial bluo denotes tho place wo wish to go to after death; yellow, or tho ditd leaf, lml'cates that death Is tho end of hope, ana that man falls ns tho leaf. Gray signifies tho earth to hich tho dead return, and black marks tho absence of life, because it is tho want of life. Previous to tho reign of Charles VIII the queens of Franco wore white upon tho death of their husbands and were called relncs blanches. On tho death of that monarch tho color was changed to black. Tho nieces of tho popes never wear mourning, not even for their nearest relations, as tho Itoiunus deem it bo great a happiness for a family to have a pope in it that nothing ought to allllct his holiness' kindred. Loudon Million. Ciistomit of In First-cls- ii st)le and at SatUfactory Prices, m JOHN B. DcNAKDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Stafford, Ky, Agents fur Deenug Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. arc Sower than anytodys. J ou want cf harness, a whip cr a duttcr a nice set Fruit Trees For Sale I At our Fruit Firms and Nursenes ono mile Welt of Kmi'sville, Lincoln county. We have as fine a stock of Fruit Trees as any mun ever handled, ready tor transplanting nto orchard and gardeu this Pall Orcharis of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. The trees are nice, the varieties the bett Everything needed to make home attructive and the Fcr circulars children happy will he found address J. A. MiKKE & CO., Kingsville, Ky. 64 h-- re What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of (SKuBb H. S. Bronaiag-h.-, Hogs. Breeder and shipper of McKinney & Hocker, Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other want. honorable career. Acconnts of corporations, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- The Directory ot this Hank is composed ol Korestws Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford ,' S.II Haughman, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker Stanford; VV. A. TrIWrlo, Stanford; M D. Blinore, Sunford, T. T. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKfnneyT Miller, Mi. Veroea J. S. Hocker, Treiidcnt; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. fidn-cian- J. goods too. EUVC CALL ON TH Cheaper than Goods For almost any thing you may - Farmers RariMTrnst Ever. Co McKINNEY- & HOCKER. of?stanford,:ky., ts now fully organised and ready for business wita Paid up Capital of . Surplus, . - $200,000. U100O. Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Pigs from registered stock for sale, from the best herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and examine my herd or address R. 11. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. i r CURES .SCROFULA airs. E. J. uoUier ba llntcr Kve. TT I mcnt nd jnuch other treat- reduced tc qulta a low condition of health, as It ras thought ibo could not live. otberedl. Cured my little boy lity and merrymaking prevail for an hour tary crofula &S3. whlchap- - or two, when they go to rest and sleep till For jarcd all over his sStSP'' &C0, hope 4 o'clock, then ariso to see tho sun dance year I had ?f$v3,'KiTen up all tn honor of tho resurrection. Nor Is this "when flually his custom by any moans confined to tho humInduced to use was xSpt1 bler classes. It is tdso observed by peoplo ttlM cured blm, and no Afewbo of wealth and iwsltioti, somu of thorn avymptocu of the dlaease remain. positively that they have seen the H&s. T. L, Mathers. Mfltherrllle, Mia. sun dunce on Easter morning. Ladies' Lock oa Blood aai Skin Diteites raallod fM. Ou Homo Journal. Svirr Sracuric Co Atlaat. Ca. of fourbotttei ot SK9B after baring bad bclDg Rowell, Medford, Mass., Bays her been cured ot Scrofula by the uso BBSS B Tho day before Enstcr is sometimes calleil Holy Saturday, und there are numerous rites and ceremonies belonging to it, somo of them practiced at tho present day. On tho evening of this day in the middle districts of Ireland great preparations are made for the finishing of Lent and tho ushering In of tho glad Eastertide. On that night the good cotter's wife puts into tho pot many a fat fowl or special piece of bacon, which no one dares so much as to taste by putting linger in tho pot until tho cock crows on Eaiter morning. At midnight may bo heard tho wild clapping of hands and the joyous laugh of the light hearted Irish people, and ubovo all rises the shout, "Out with tho Lontl" Jol- 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Ront. It It mllti ihortett It means that thQan ml k?.ir,..i Cln.lnn.iil sua i.ilmrumt II inllw shnftt( Clntictutl tl lllr- -' f'l-V.5)n!lis!iortnt CiniliiDltl tu.Ntw tlrlcsntl 10 lull.! ihort-- il Clail,uMU ta Lhnucovfs, AtUoU, r JacksvarUl., lurida. nt ni SUCCESSOR tOKTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL Now closing up) with the same as.eu and undei ihe same management, ly provisions of Its chaiter, depositora in NaUonll ,... uanks. Its sharehold.r. t..m K.1.1 iaole to the extent of the amount or their stoct therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested n auch ihartL It act executor, administrator, trust.. A- -" an individual. Tp those who entrutted their bulslnett to us TT mnacinir ih. xr... inr..in t .E1, w nc h"? ,enu"OT ? thnks and Kk .'?eyW,,I1 eonUnu " tranaact their business -.1' same, our gurantee for prompt altea-uo- n banking and.i liberal accomood?tionta intent with sound banking. - ij .r7i nY .""! m SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS (II of th ahov. polnU. Thronsh Cars to VlektWs sn I Oslr ln niauloj throarU ears t'tnelsastl to Knoulll. ant AiherllU, N C. IHrct Una t T.saiaaJ Moatco via New Orleans r rt. Ask jou ttoottoars to C.llf.rnU. Hrrni I.ouU?IIl, via Bhr.i Fhrlhyrlll. n.l T.wrrnciur. illrect euaaseUvn is raaJ. at Lualniloa with rutlbulsJU'BSU all iMrtstsdvath. W 0. RINRAKSOy. Otn'l Pus'r Xxcat, Cincinnati, 0. J. J. lirT.-i.i- rt. Williams, ML Vernon : btwen b'. H. Shanks, Stanford j ot I fvXrecovery, .For a.. Refreshing- Bath. Hot or Cold, - A stylhh Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. i Cook & Farmer's Barber Shop. William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky W. II. Cu mnuna. S. H. ShanVi . Treiidcnt. Dr.rj.B. OwsIeyJCasliler, J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. H.Owsley, Stanford; J. K Cain, Stanford; Ii..rh....ii. W.M. llilght, T!IW. g gt jjp-- s. Aji;