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Mr. Alex Luak delivered n lecture nt Hit) Baptist clmrcli Wednesday night In tho Interest of tho W. C. T. I Mr. John Vauhook, of Gibson, I ml., Hub boun In town for a few days, visiting tho Woodyard and Ohorry fauiillua. Mr. George UufI and family loft on tho night train TueBday for llllnola. Mlaa Annie Kllintt, of Lily, la spending r tow weeka hero with her aunt, Mra. Tilman Gilpin. Mr. W. II. I'tsllus, our night operator, wont to aeo his heat girl last week, nnd returned looklux much better. Mr. Stephen Winkler anil Mlas Mnt tie Adatna were united in matrimony at tho realdenco of Mr. Tilman Gilpin Thuraday night. Uro. Piko ollklnted and tho brass band furnlahed them aoiue fine music. Bro. E. Snodgrnaa held a few day a' meeting at tho Christian church here last week. Ho cloaed Sunday night with a lecturo on Japan, with aome magic lantern scenes, llluitrating the manners and customs of that couutry, and aome said after ho waa through that they would liko to llvo in Japan and become citizens with the Japnneao. Prof. Watson and daughter closed their school at tho Academy laat Friday, having taught out the term for wblch they engaged. Mrs. Mattlo Carter will term next Monbegin a day nnd wu hope the public will liberally patronize her, for she la a first claw teacher and la doing all alio can to tho educational intereats in this town and community. After hovering for nearly two weeka between life and death, the spirit of Mr. William Baker, who lived near Brodhead, took ita llight laat Sunday morning. He whs conscious till a short time boforo dissolution and the end came peacefully, The family, with Dra. 1.8. Burdett and Percy Benton, wero Rt his bodetdo and saw him breathe hla laat. Mr. Baker had been sick for nearly year, but did not take to hla bed till some aix weeks ago. Mr. Elltor, Itaeoma from tho way the newapper nion of this State write, that Mr. Hardin and none of the present aspirants for the nomination of Governor can give satisfaction to tho democratic party, nnd as It will require a unit among tho democrats and a united effort on their put 10 elect r governor over W. 0 Bradley, I can not seo but one consistent thing to do, and that ialo McCreary. Ho ia a nominate man that all democrats will unite upon and a man whose record ia so clean and white that It would make ns all feel good toaeehlm governor onco moro. If ho should make tho raco for ua now and save the Stato from republicanism, I do not think any democrat would be In his way next timo, but that all together would say he should be our U. S Senator after hla term as governor expired. I think ho he ought to be made tho noml-nu- o this time, and If tho democrats WILLOW GROVE. would make a united call that ho would Mr. Richard Gooile. formerly of this respond. It willtako just such a man aa James B. McCreary to make this race place, but now of Lexington, waa visiting friends hero laat week. Mr. John succeaafully. Doolln, of Pulaski, ia yiaiting Mrs. Ann Tho Andrews Opera Goatiueau. Miss Goorgia Lowia ia in Rich Thbat. Company, carrying 35 people nnd a full Someraet at bedaido of hor orchestra, will bo at Danvlllo Friday and Mra. A. A. Lowis, who is seriously ill. As our informant in regard to the Saturday nights, the 15th nnd lOthinBt., a renting of the King farm was a gentle-mand parties in this city wishing to directly interested in the affair, and the two comic operas to bo patented on thoso dates can secure tickets by one whom we supposed to bo in posses writinc at once to J. M. Cullins, Man- - sion of the ftictH, we did not think at the nger of the opBra hoiiBe, who will re- timo that we were reporting error to tho serve the seats. "Tho Pretty Persian," Intkiuoh Jouiinai,. Whether we wero a now opera, full of comedy nnd light, Incorrectly informed, or whether it was airy music, will bo glvon Friday night, merely n difference ol opinion between nnd tho old favorite "Martha," Saturday Mr. Bishop nnd our informant, we ahull night. Tho Andrews Company is high- not attempt to say, but are glad at any ly apokon of by the preBS, ond in a week's rnto lenrn that tho matter has been eo engagement at Lexington laat year did a amicably adjuated. Mifs Mnttio BoBloy begau qulto n fino business. Tho company was securat Danvillo only by giving a heavy nourishing school nt Willow Grovo last ed guarantee. Tho music la bright, tho Monday. Aa we passed by nnd saw tho comedy sparkling, nnd tho costuming children nt play we could not help but think of tho many diatinguiahod men o' very handsome. . Kentucky who'learned their elementary "Gentlemen, I can't toll u Ho about the principles iu tho historic littlo school-houahorse; ho is blind in oito eye," Raid tho They aro known tho world over auctioneer. Tho horse was boou knock-e- d nnd when that decoptivo goddess of down to n citizen who had been earthly existence caUs tho roll for anothgreatly struck by the auctioneer's hones- er century, tho number of honored ty, nfter paying for tho horse, ho said: citizens that have gone out from beneath "You wero honest enough to toll mo tho parental roofs of Willow Grove will that this animal wbb blind in one eye. be found to be "as numberless as tho Is there any other defect?" sands on tho seashore." "Yes, sir, there ia. Ho is also blind in Lucikn Lewis. the other eye," waa tho prompt reply. An exchange says the iollowing is an infallible remedy for the grip: One galTho 53d Congreaa ia dead nnd dam-no- lon of whisky, one grain of quinine. but it should be given credit for its Mix well beforo taking. If no improvo-failure to eflect tho Hawaiian cable job. ut !e uullc. J Iu O..U ..wL, either iu tho Blaino mansion job, tho Mahono lot crease tho Yihl3y orrcduca tho qaiulne. war job, tho Frenchspoliation job. Mrs. Lnura Dunhnm, one of our claims job and tho enough joba got through -- ns colored subscribers at Somerset, has beeu Of course, tho Billion Dollar appropriations made visiting hor mother hero. Tho biggest kind of a gold strike is at one extraordinary and two regular reported in Southern California. seaaloua will testify -- to entltlo tho m to an eternity in Fiddler's Green, A Million Friendd. and hotter department A friend ia need it a friend ititiced, and not leu or in nny lower than one million havo found juat such a friend in lllo Times. to bo had in for Consumption, Dr. King's New Uncover poit-oilhsouth-bound r, three-month- 's ad-rau- ce ox-Go- v. The report tint there is ainill pox at London In denied. e Tho nt Lno, Whitley county, lias been discontinued. Speed Gondloe, a negro student nt Berea College, severely cut 0. 0. Ooyle, a white pupil nt tho same Institution. Tho Pinovllle Board of Oouncilmen, In a tit of petty spiff. has discharged ita pilico force nnd left the place in dark, nees nnd without water. Tom Howard, of Hell county, waB assassinated ns ho sat nt his tab!o eating supper. The murderer, probably h kinsman, tired upon-hiithrough a window. John Parlin, n member of the notorious Partin gang, indicted for rape and other crimes, has been lauded in the Pinovllle j ill. The State's reward of flOO did It. J. M. (Jotton's residence uear Kirks-vill- o burned and Mr. Cotton and wife, who wero bleeping iu an upstairs room, narrowly escaped being cremated. Loss 13,000; insurance 11,500. A small tornado from the Southwest swept over Harrodsburg Monday, damaging cooping, chimneya and badly frightening enrly ricera. Farmers report fences blown down and hay nnd straw stacks scattered. A freight train on the Cincinnati Southern railroad, a double-headewith 37 cars, jumped tho track on Lansing hill, 10 miles south of Somerset, making n total wreck of the engino and 18 cars. Nobody was serioualy Injured. Tom Grnvis, a bad man from Jackson county, waa shot and seriously wounded by Chief of Police Feeny nt Richmond Monday evening. He waa drunk and creating a disturbance and when olhcers Berry nnd O'Xoil attempted to arrest him, he mounted his horse and with pistol in hand detled them. Utile! Feeny appeared ou tho scene and Graves ahotat him. Feeny returned Ore with a shot gun striking him iu tho head, neck and shoulders. The olllcer was held in fj!0 bond till the examining trial Saturday. Dau villa will liavd another three, day fair this year -- July 31 and Anguat 1 and '' -- Wednesday, Thuraday and Friday. II. 0. Cozitt, of l'urkavllle, waa this morning sworn in aa coroner for Uoyle connty, and ia now lawfully prepared to discharge tho duties of that office. Miss Anna Sibold, of Stanford, has matriculated at Mias Heed's school iu this city. Tho council has repealed the ordinance prohibiting sales o( Btock ou Mjln street court days. Love and Will Lillard bought of Josh Adams 17 head of feeding cattle, about 1,000 average, at 3t nnd 3, D. C. Terhuno bought of Funis A Whitley a carload of of mules, three years old this aprfog, at $50. Tickets are selling rapidly to Col. W. O. P. Breckinridge's lecture, to be delivered Saturday night. Advocate. Carp inter waa In Louisville last week, ou business. Mr. Crtle Brown und W. B. Wright will npply.hr the renewal nnd transfer of the license granted to Russell A Brown, noxt Monday. Dr. Elward Alcorn, after leaving Mr. J. H. A lam, of Longviow, Al.i., in possession of a fine girl, went to Now Orleans whore ho stayed several days. We are glad toaiy that Port Peacock, who has been staying with Mr. Jt G. Woatherford, at Milldile, ha secured a position. He will work for tho William S. Merrill Chemical Company, of Cincinnati. Miss Matfio Dinwiddle has gone to Louisville to work in n m'llinery storo; Miss Minnio DiuwidJio will Teave for Texas aoon. Bro. Miliken preached at tho Baptist church, Sunday. Some Bay they know that persons who work the county roads get $1 per day, whih others say thov know they do not. As It ia Impossible for both of them to bo right, will tho editor please Bay what ho knowi about it? (Tho workers of county roads have not heretofore gotton pay, but an act of the last Legislature, gives tho fiscal courts the right to juy for Huch work, nod we learn that each uninbar of the court in this county ia pledged to such p lymint. Ed ) Tho town board of trustees passed two ordinances Mondiy night. Oae mikes it a fiio of l to $5 to place any obstruction on the streets or ditches and the other is to catch tho auctionosr and p uldler, and makes them pay 3 per day orf25 per year. Tho peddlers have been running tho bluff on tho town by claim-in- ? that they are protected by tho inter StUe commerce laws, but the town will mikfl them do something moro than bluff after this. D. S. FARM AND TRADE Tho Methodist meeting will proba-- I bly close caiiudty night. Several parties Irom hero will go to Danvitlo night to hear the silver longueu Breckinridge. Tho Transylvania Presbytery will meet in this city April 9th nnd will bo in session about a week. The firm of Batson A West, denlers in dry good', clothing, Ac, has been dissolved They will both remiin in buBi ness in Lancaster. James Grigsby, alias Hightower, has been lodged in Jul on an indictment found some time ago, charging him with burning n house nt Buena Yietn. A mad dog passed through town Wednesday and created quite a stir. He also visited "Battle How" nnd put the denizens of that notorious settlement to PLOWS A lu r LU W HARNESS. Have just received a full line of Oliver's Chilled and BucTier & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line arc invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing. W. E. PEHKIUS, Crab Orchard. fight. The csso of the Central Kentucky Lunatic Asylum vs. number's trustee has been amrmed by the court ol appeals. This Buit was brought by the asylum to collect from the Uumber estate for tho care and treatment of J. 0. (lumber, who is confined in the asylum. Judgment was awarded tne institution, but Humber's attorney took the case up. Circuit court will convene Monday. It la called the "short term," lasting only two weeks. Tho following is the docket: Old Commonwealth cases 33; new Commonwealth cases 31; old common law cases 13; now common law cases 22; old equity docket 120; new equity cases 27. This fa considered a very light docket. Should the grand jury indict Henry Keddick for burning tho Miller Hotel, he will probably be tried at this term. The Puihips will case, which took up so much time and attracted so much attention last August, will ngain come up for trial, ns the j lring hung at the last trial. WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. is reported that James Frye, of Ky., is attending a gigantic bankrupt sale in the East, so the fjeople in that vicinity may expect some wonderful bargains in dry goods, clothing, boots and Hus-tonvill- It e, shoes when he returns. ITEMS. tj George Cogar, of Biyle, is paying for hemp. Wanted to rent grasj land. J. E. Bruce. Stanford. John Hill Bold to William Cash a bunch of yearling cattle at $9 05. Directly ateppid a half In 1:02 nt Sacrnmeuto, Cal., tho other day. The Gerry whipping post bill passed tho New York Senate unanimously. F. P. Bishop bought of L L. Dawson a No. 1 fresh Jersey cow for $31 50. All kinds of lumber, including fenc ing, wagon stud, Ac, for sale by Joe Williman, Jumbo Joe Thayer bought of A. J. Welch, the bookmaker, Kachael, 2:25, by o HuBeell, for $1,000. Tho Paris Nows says J. W. Fergu son, Jr., bought 15 cattle, 1.000 lbj. average, iu Scott county at 3c. Tho Advocate says that R S. Nich o!s gavo J. O. Caldwell 12,500 for 10 acres of land at the toll gato on tho Harrodsburg pike, M. F. Elkin bought of S. H. Baugh-m- in a lot of shoats at 3) and of Middle-to- n Lynn, James Geer and others a lot of butcher stuff at 2L At a moating at London Wednesday tho fair associatloua of Whitley, Knox and Laurel couuties, repreuting n capital of about $10,000, organizsd the Kentucky Fair nnd Hico Circuit. Judge W. L. Brown, of London, was elected preai dent; G. P. Bain, of Barhourvllle, secretary, nnd W. 15. Djlauey, of Williams burg, treauirer. Tho following dates were decided on: Loudon, August 21, threo days; Barbourville, Aug. 27, four days; Williamsburg, Sept 3, fourdiys. Main-brin- sister-in-la- wit-noa- Tit-Bit- cision, involving was handed down by the Vuited States Supreme Court Tuesday, all the other members concurring in Justice Harlan's decision. The court held that American patents expire with foreign patents on the Brtino inventions. This removes the We are offering the best fitting garBell Telephone Company mouopoly, und And out suits made to order. altecta many other electric inventions. ments and the best values ever offered lor the money. Young and A dispatch from Valparaiso, Ind , old cannot make a mistake by buying from us. We ask the privilege says Hint George Wilcox, of Kentucky, of trying these goods on any customer and letting him decide for himstudent at the normal school, was lined Busf 25 and coats for throwing kisses at young self. Our Shoe Stock is first class in every department Lidies' adit-- ou the street who putsed by bis kins from 60c to $s and the best Ladies' Gondola ever offered for room. Why didn't they locate the fooi? Si. "Honest" John Davis, 25. Don't fail to call on us. of Hhode Island, who whs married recent- We should like to know from what part o ly to Miss Margetta Pierce, of Providence, Kentucky so rank a rooster India from. The sum of ll)t),UU0 has been allow- wns tho first democrat lei'td m the governorship of H'todrt Island in 40 years ed for tho uxpeuses of the nine AmerTho Cuban authorities are said to ican delegated who will ultund the Interhave demanded tne recall of the Amer- national Monetary Conference, should ican Consul General at Havana, presum- one he called. ably ou the charge of sympathy with tho Ail negotiations between the miners f iru-r& 4 revolutionists. A iL of the Pittsburg district and art"n? VSi. wmnmr y. Four Dig Succossoa. hive beeu declared oil, aud a striko iu- Having tho ueoded merit to more than male viili'iiuf from 12.000- to lti.OOO mnn I111.1 n good all the advertising claimed for them, the fol- - ,w . wmg four remedies have reacliod a phenomenal been ordured. for cousump sale. Or King's New Piscoiu-ry- , During too recent cold snap a Nich- la Koceiving His tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guarantced-Ulectri- c Hitlers, the great remsdy for Liver Stom- j o aa county man caught 31 pole cuts aud Couglu aud C'jlds. II fou have never used this ach aud Kidneys Uu Men's Arnica Salve, tho I'oughMedicine, one tri.il will convince you the world, and Dr. King's New Life John Howard, of Ford, killed a wild grot it has wonderful curative powers in all di -- best in aro a perfect pill. All thcsi remedies 1'ills, secured the hide of wvery one which ho : : that : uro which dressing it, found in ita craw eassol the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bot guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them bOld. duck nnd in tlci guarantied to do all that is claimed or mon Dogs killed 50 sheep for Judge and th. dealer whose name Is attached herewith a flab that measured 8 inches, so it is eywili be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K will begtad to tell y.ia maro of tUem. Sold at A Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Goodtoe, of Mjdiaou, ia ono night. l'cnny 's diug store. Large bottles 30c and i . R. Penny's Viug More. said. 5GOOOOOOOO o. The Japanese have taken tho treaty port of New Chwang, which has been usod by the Chinese as their base o( operations north of the Gulf of Pechill. Tne Chinese losses are reported as 1.SS0 killed or wounded nnd 000 captured. Two hundred Japanese wero killed or wounded. After laboring for two weeks, the American Bimetallic League has issued its manifesto, proclaiming a new political party, devoted to the free coinage of silver and gold at lGto 1, and suggesting Joseph O. Sibley, of Pennsylvania, as a proper man for president. Two robbers made away witli the funds of n bank at Abel, Iowa, after fa tally shooting tho Cashier aud wounding several mini who ran to his assistance. They escaped, hut a posse shot one of them to death n few hours later and captured the other. Rev. Alderman, of near Frankfort, arrived Tuesday and begau a meeting at the Baptist church. The Young People's Institute of tho Baptist church of Kentucky will be held here the last of this month, beginning the 20th. The Christian church of this place has secured the services of Elder J. G. Livingston for the 4th Sunday in each month for this year. Monday evening Col. L. F. Copeland delivered his lecture, "Seeing tho Elephant," to a crowded house at tho ConWe are now offering the best Vapor gregational church. Everybody was very Stove made. With six years' experimuch pleased that heard it. ence it has not had a single explosion: Dr. J. D. Adkins wont to Louisville We guarantee every stove we put out, Thursday, where ho has accepted a positake it to your house and show you its tion ns assistant in thn Jennie Caseidy simplicity. for a few weeks. He will also Hospital take a course of lectures while there. References. J. W. Perrin, William Last Thursday evening a party of Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. young people went from here to Pleas ant View and spent a very pleasant eve G. Waller, B. K. Wearen, J. W. Walning at the home of Mr. O. H. Allen In lace, J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Earp, W. F. honor of Mise Kissinger, Mrs. Allan's McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withsister, who is visiting her. ers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. Sheriff Burnett and Jailer Perkins "See the best Stove on earth bewent to Somerset Tuesday after Frank fore buying. " Davis, the negro that broke jail hero Borne weeks ago. The police of that place claimed they had caught him. They havo not returned at this writing. Mr. L. Weisner, who had a severe attack of pneumonia, is improving. Mr WE ARE- Albert Faris has gone to Somerset to clerk in Morrow's drug store. Messrs. T. L. Bird, A. T. Siler, Frank Blakely aud J. M. Maban were iu Louisville last week. Wallace, Bruce, consul general to Edinburg under Harrison, will lecture here in tho Baptist church next MonFor the Spring trade and are full to the brim of all new things at day niht. Mrs. Campbell, of St. Albuus, W. Va., who has been visiting her the lowest and most popular prices ever made. Those who need daughter, Mrs. G. O. Moore, returned Lace Curtains, Table Covers, Portierrs, Table Linens, Towels, Naphome Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Jones returned from Indiana last Friday morn- kins, or Drapery Goods of any kind, cannot miss it by coming to us. ing where they had been visiting rela Or if you want Ladies' Jersey or Muslin Underwear or Hosiery, or lives. Gloves, or Handkerchiefs we are the parties from whom to buy. We NewProcess Vapor Stoves W. H. Wearen & Co. -- Now Jeady ! An important and de- call especial attention to our of capital Gents', Youth's and Boy's Clothing. 11 s d, m. HUGHES & TATE. 4-r- Galiforuln-Colorndo-Oreg- on -- i.6.RUPLEY,- op-rat'i- M -- m " iti&$M.P'' tm wI&1 r W P ( hades.-Louisv- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. it . AjVfcj W ,A 0 . ,, IA. &t,KL3- t- JS " T ? - - a l Tub Indies of tho Ihtptiet church it Tho Idaho Legislature has only one Crab Orchard will give a mueieale and more day in which to break tho dead lock supper next Thursday night, March II, SrANroiiD, Kv., - March 8, 1895 and olect a United States Senator. to which the public is cordially invitid. Rjsebery hns tho grip, Biatnark has a Tiik'rk will be a total oelipso of tho has a soro throat. toothache and tho W. P. WALTON. of persons. mion next Sunday night, March 10.li, Winter is no respecter boon after tho lender of a V jiulH entirely to tho United siaicp. n A mob has gang of negro desperadoes and train rob will begin hero at S:ll and end at 11; 13. The chairman of tho democratic counhers near Mobile. They shot him and ty committee has called tho members to Mr W E. Pkikis, tho ran him into a b wain p. meet hero next Monday to consider matCrab Orchard merchant, knows from ex You will think of us after you read. Hcauty draws more than oxA $75,000 business block at Andei-soters affecting tho welfare of tho party in perienco that it pays to advertise in tho Ind , waa wrecked by a natural gaB this county. Wo commend his action and Low priIntkhiok Journal, so ho ngiin addresses en when hitched with our popular team Quality, explosion, which hurled the debris all and trust there will be a unanimouB our readers. Read his ad. on first page ces and makes a force that irresistibly draws into our store the bulk Timrrv year? in Congress ought to sat- over the city, destroying $100,000 and . . to tho call. That the party is in Tub Young Ladies' Aid Society of the of Stanford patronage, where we keep merchandise above suspicion, bad shapo hero bb well as elsewhere, tho isfy the ambition of the averago pap suck- ciusing several deaths. At Flemingsburg the grand jury in- Christian church will cpreail n dinner in desirable and chosen by buyers with a care and judgment equal with recent election fully demonstrated. It er, but Judge Ilolman, of Indiana, who was turned down in too cyclone last fall, dicted nearly every physician in the coun oiio of Mrs. M.J. Miller's store rooms next its durability will tako wise counsel and skillful effort and adantabilitv to the tastes of this community. Prices chagrin of ty for failing to register tho births and Mondav, county court day, and charge to harmonize tho factions and heal the is said to feel very keenly the below will give you an idea what we arc, 'doing this week. Calicoes go. We can not say we join deaths in cases under their chro during only 25 cents a meal. It will he tho best breaches, and the work of doiog so can having to per yard. Just received a case of dress ginghams which go at with him in his sorrow. He was a raro tho past year. A fine of $25 in each case dinner you ever got for the price, bo help not be too early begun. Of course tho "objector" in his day, but ho objected is the penalty. u good c.tuso by patronizing them. and 5c. 4 YiC per yard; worth 7 c. Drown cotton at 4, , question of nominating a candidate for ippropriationp,and was ever The immigration bureau makes tho black cotton hose, full regular size, and fast color, value 25c, go the Legislature will bo considered at the most to petty A .letter from Onief Marshal Feony, pension load, to curry gratifying announcement that the influx to meeting Monday, and it is to be hoped ready to add the Mr. at 5c a pair. A fine white Marsaillcs quilt 75 cents, worth $1 25. 10 of Richmond, to his brother favor of his soldier constituency. of foreign population has decreased that it will be done with an eye single to the months,or J S. Rice, states that tho mau Graves he per cent during the last soven to the interests of the party and without The republican State central committee from 189,532 for the same in 1S915 to shot is improving nnd will very likely regard to any particular candidate. Prirevover. .ur. teeny aiso amis inai has fixed May 29th as the tUy and Louis- 113,375 in '94-mary elections seem to havo fallen into threatened to kill him and ville as the place for holding their State Tho Alabama Legislature has recent Graves had disrepute. They are costly and uoually convention. Some of the candidates tried he ahnt him. fired three shots result in Increasing instead of allaying to have a later date named, but Col. Brad ly passed two unusual acts. One makes Ml Davis and The petition for a rehearing of tho case bitterness in the ranks. The suggestion ley's forces wero in the saddle and it went the birthdays of Jefferson therefore made that in the selection of as they said. The little kick against it will Robert E. Lee legal holidays, and the ot Harvey Helm, administrator of Capt. is other adopts a State flag, a crimson S Gaines Craig, vs. W. H. Anderson, which a candidate for tho Legislature tho come to naught and harmony and good Andrew's cross on a field of white. was recently reversed in Mr. Helm's fameeting to be held at the will will prevail. It is only the democrats yds. long, $1, worth Si. 50. 25 dozen Frances Milea, a woman of ill fame, vor, was deniod by tho court of appeals, Lace Curtains, extra nice, of demo county seat to be compo3ed fools of themselves. was taken from her homo near Cumber- and tho estate will get out of the sale of Neglige Shirts for men, laundered collars and cuffs, all brand new county, who who make crats from every part of the bound to a tree the brick residence on Somerset street stock, 4SC, Bhnll confer together and agree upon and worth 75c. A good working shirt 20, 25 and 35 cents. "Don't bo led off by the free coinage land Gap, Tenn , nnd 100 lashes with a large hickory tho residue, after Mr. S II. Shanks' nominate a candidate who is not only craze," writea Judge M. J. Durham, and given SHOES. Children's shoes 20c, 35c, 50c, 75c and ?i. Ladies' to leave, mortgage debt is paid. worthy and well qualified, but who can cashier of the Central Bank, Lexington . switch. She was then ordered Dong. Pat. Tip, button shoe, 2A to 7, $1. Men's shoes, lace and Lin- "Bimetalism it right, but free coinage is which Bho did in double quick time. lead the party to certain victory. Not Unsapb. Tho grand jury did not Congress $1. Tho Egyptian Government has just be re- wrong. Make all money of equal val coln county can be and she must After nthor-i- n granted n concession for an electric road condemn tho deemed from republican dominion. CLOTHING. ue. We arc prepared to fit you up in 'any price suit is suggested that as the Py o igh examination it found it somewhat Cairo. It from $3 on up. Look at our line of Tailoring samples, 500 different An earthquake shock was felt as Boon ramids aro but eight milea distant, those 0 it of repair. The main post in the A terrific, and what's more's the pity as Mr. Cleveland set foot on North Caromonuments of antiquity may y t pu a Is beginning to rot and tho cornice styles to select from and 300 special pants samplcsjit prices ranging a just, arraignment of the 53d Congress, State is evidently not servo as tho terminus of a trolley road. is rotting. A leak has caused it and from $4. lina's shore. The 50 to S7. which is gone, but which unfortunately ' court !a "quested to have tho to heavy weights. Anders A. By mis, a farmer who lived they etmntT Tues- used CARPKT AND MATTING. will never be forgotten, appears in Wc have just received a fulKlinc of lepaira made. The jail was near Clifton, Te , committed suicide in Its shortcomings, day's Courier-JournaNEWSY NOTES. Carpets and Mattings and we have bought them so wc can sell them M.o a n i nf MiiBkouHP. L T.. bv uu lu iu uv '" Kuu" t its incompetency, its procrastination, are r kuu at prices which arc in easy reach of all. Come in and sec them. at placing hiB neck on the rail of tho track. There are 65 cases of small-poTub. Klectriu Light Oompuiy is trying all depicted with a master hand. Clevetlot Springs, Ark. fisevered as if by a guillotine. to (,et an additional 150 or 200 incandesHis head was land and Carlisle alone averted the J. B. Wathen & Co.'s distillery at A $3,500 insurance poli:y in favor of his cent lights subscribed for, and in the nancial panic, which Congress was bring $100,000 by fire. sister was in his pocket. event it succeeds, Supt. J. W. Uuydeu ing about, nnd but for them few mem- Louisville was damaged live milhou bushels ot coal are now The initial attempt to announce by says a reduction will bo made J in the could venture bers of the late Congress coming down tho Ohio river from Pitts- search-ligthe approach of a gale and n commercial rates to those given resihome without risking a reception by an burg. cold wave was made Friday night from dences. A number of storekeepers claim infuriated mob. The editor does not, Judge Furgerson, of New Orleans, the Auditorium tower in Chicago. A that they can not afford to pay the price however, dispair of the future of the TSTST 300 for carry-inwhite Hash, succeeded by a green light, now charged, finding coal oil much democratic party. Its principles have tho other day fined a man f a pistol. was seen for 10 miles over lake and land. cheaper, but if they can get the incan- survived men who masqueraded in them daughter of J. I, Tne experiment was considered a suc- desceuts approximately as cheap, they The A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, will always survive error, before. They will take them and do away with tho ignorance and cowardice on the part of Jero, of Paducab, fell in the fire and cess. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Speaker Crisp was highly complimen- trouble and uncleanliness of lamps. any set of men who for the time being was burned to death. Because he refused to lend him a ted in being chosen by the House to he Branch Stores. may secure control of tho party organiSome Whiskers. Mr. William Reid, and de- dollar, Wm. Hodgetts shot and killed his one of the American delegates to the zation. The men who disowned Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthian.i, proposed international monetary confer- of tho West End, has probably tho longserted democracy in Congress are of to brother in Philadelphia. est whiskers of any man in the State Virsaillcs, Ky.andMackport,Ind. The Pnnsjlvania Railroad's annual ence. He is accounted a silver man, day. Indeed, they are already of yesterho takes day. Democracy is forever. Let true report shows a decrease of about $3,000,- though not with such radical convictions Tftoy are not heavy but whon 000 in net earnings for 1691. Teller and others them from bis bosom, where he keeja on the subject as Bland, democrats everywhere set their faces to t lem, and unplats them, thrfy exttnd bo The last bill signed by the president of their sort. the future. was one prohibiting the bringing of lot The Louisville Post makes this law his knees. A number of years ago Tub 53J Congress had a democratic tery tickets into the United States. amende to a man it has fought with n WJen.troubled with acute rheumati m republicans of DC. The The South has now four members in bitter unieasonableness: It seema that he Wrfs told that if his whiskers were almajority over the 5Jth will have a republican mcjority of President Cleveland's Cabinet, now that Mr. McCrqary voted against the sugar lowed to grow without trimming the 120. Stupidity, blundering and failure to Prof. Wilson is post master general. bounty job, and not for it as we euppos-e- d pains would leave him. He tried it and This is the 'right season to paint and paper your house, and if you -- John Bell was caught between the keep promises on the part of the demoyesterday. Score one for McCreary it worked like a charm. Since that he want the very best materials, you can not afford to overlook our crats entrusted with power, is what caus" belt and a large tly wheel in a saw mill in his race for the Senate against Senator has given them full sway and they now stock. measure more than four feet. ed the tremendous change in the make near Owensboro and mashed into a jelly. Blackburn who voted for it. quoted by Southup of the two bodies. The unfaithful Mrs. U. S. Grant is Hart county republicans spilt up CHURCH AFFAIRS. have been scourged from the temple. their convention Monday in an an effort ern papers as having recently given The best is not too good. Let the republicans show more of pa to nominate a candidate for Representato ibis remarkable sentiment at TheBanctificationista aro holding a triotism than partismship or they will go tive. Tampa Florida: "Hove the South, for meeting at Walnut Flat, with services marching out two years hence. ir.ii .aorml iii n Rnntiiprn Stntn Mis. morning and night. Having gotten Congress off his nnoiuniu .m .. vw...v--- R v. A. V, Sizemore will haptizo a hands, President Cleveland has gone to souri and I hardly knew vihlch side to Quality and price are right. of Clay county are a the wilds of North Carolina, to ehoot go with. But the General went with tho dozen cr more converts of the recent The aweet kettle of fish. Uoward, who was ducks. and I went with him." meeting in the pelucid waters of the North sheriff, is under indictment for tho emThe South Dakota woman who a Hanging Fork near Dr. Fowler's this afThomas Jones, who helped J. Wilkes bezzlement of public funds, Jailer Mor- Booth to escape into Virginia after the few da s ago rivo birth to her ninth set ternoon. gan and his son, are charged Tho Riv. E iward Davis, of Oakland, assassination of Lincoln, is dead at La of triplets Is not yet 30 years of age 27 property of the county to their Platte, Md. a children for a woman under 30 is n pret- Gal, is said to bo an own use and tho assessor is on trial for Mrs Eunice Conrad, aged 120 yearB, ty good record, and if Bho keepi this up word painter, a patron of the waltz, a murder. It is needless to add that tho died at Cedarville, V. Va. Her young-oa- t until she is 10 or 15 years older thero sponsor for "bean" poker and tho most whole kit are republicans. Thero are son is 73 years old while she has an- will be enough members of thnt family popular preacher iu the city. hardly enough democrats in that be- other who is 91. to build a town of their own. Rev. L. M. Lasley has returned from nighted region to count a quorum. the mountains and reports more than 100 While returning from the burial of Landreth's Sole Agent. MATRIM0mALMATTERS. sanctifications in Middlesboro and Pino- T. Bird, of Kokomo, president will her father, Mrs. E. It is announced that the Ind,, accidentally smothered her baby to Ruesellvillo has 10 widows and 22 ville. He says ho has engagements in not include Joplin's namo in his recess death in her arms. What a picnic tho latter Eastern Kentucky for meetings that will widowers. occupy him till August. appointments. This will leave Mrs. Kb must have. Tho new silver party has outlined PleaBe state in your paper this week Helm mistress of the situation and con- plan of campaign and agreed upon JosA couple at Providence, R. I , met that there will be a meeting of s ecial tinue Montgomery in the hole his con- eph Sibley, of Pennsylvania, as its canfor the first time, fell in love, became be- interest nt the Rush Branch Christian stituents put him in last fall. Everybody didate for the presidency. trothed and were married inside of nn 'iiif1i mi nart T.nril'a ilnv-- Mnrnli IHtli who recognizes tho merits of tho distingat 10 o'clock a. 31 , and that all interested Bartholomew Drake, of Franklin, hour one day Inst week. uished lady will rejoice at her victory Iud.. was given $2,000 in a daincge suit iiiu rcquttneu iu uo present uuuounge, it, Mrs. Willie K. Vanderbilt has been Campbell. Bho has won over the political strikers againBt Alvin Riggs, a school teacher, granted absoluto divorce, with big ali- M. and congratulate the citizens of who soverely whipped his son. mony, from her millionaire husband NKW ADVKBTISKMENTH. by This puts three on the grass widow list in Clarence Acord was shot At the Drug Store of Secretary Carlisle will beard the James Burton on Lots Creek in Perry Mrs. V.'s family, her two Bisters being his den. He will make his first county. Barton was also seriously ahot. also divorced women. lion in Out in Missouri there is a girl bo speech in Kentucky at Danville right in They quaroled over a game of cards. Ky. John Henderson shot and killed highly charged with electricity that Gov. Knott'a "midst," and we are sure Office UpSulri; FIril Door East of Mcltcb-3-i- m convince even tho he- Tom Partin in Eastern Kentvcky, near when a man takes her by tho hand he he will be able to cm' Drugstore. THE III.UE CRASS HKRD OK ro of Duluth that the financial policy of the Tennessee line, and escaped to tho can't let uo. Thero are thousands of present administration is tho only mountains. The quarrel was over a girls in Kentucky who affect men the the safe one. It has maintained the credit game of cards. same way, but they don't call it electricJ. L. Shropshire, of Birmingham, for ity. Glasgow Times. The ttockholdeisol the Danville & Crab of the government unimpaired at a crisis pike are tequeatiid to the Hrt NaR. H. Bronaugh.'Pror, r years Cashier of the Central Railroad seriously injure it. of tho May wood tional llank, In Stanford, on meet it Thomas Duddorar, SATURDAY, AI'K. that threatened to nnd Banking Company of Georgia, com- section, and Miss Lizzie, the pretty 6, 1895, for the purpote of electing director! lor Crab .Orchard, - - Kentucky. th et mine yc.r. JACK IIOsLEV, PreiidenU The democrats of the 51st Congress re- mitted suicide. He is said to have been daughter of Mr. William Gooch, drove fused to vote for a resolution of thanks short in hia accounts. Jl up 10 Elder J. G. Livingston's Wednesf in. l l . .... i.i Stock. lircederi secured from tho turds in several different States.fxCorreipondencc Solicited. J. W. Ferguson, Jr., of Bourbont day and were joined in wedlock's holy to Speaker Reed and Monday he got in eahis reveDge by declining to vote a simi- shot and killed a large bonds. Tho bride is a moat excellent lato Mr. Crisp. The czar gle that waa carrying off a live lamb. dy, while the groom is a worthy young COURIER-JOURNA- L lar resolution may have been cast in the mold of phys- Tho bird measured seyen feet and two farmer of considerable means. Is a ten page eight column democratic newrpaper. ical greatness, but in all other points he inches from tip to tip. It may interest some people to know It contains tho bent of everything going. HENlegislature has passed a that at tho pigmy. wedding RY WATTERSON l the editor. Tho Indiana is a veritable y law forbidding either chairs or tables in 20,000 La Franco roses, lilies of the PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The editor of the Columbia Spectator saloons. There is nothing now left for wero ueed, to Bay The Uest and Latest Improved, and Japaneto lilies TheWEKKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes is a hopeful soul. He is certain that the gentlemen in Indiana to do except lie several wagonloada of less ex- very liberal terms to agent , and gives Iree pre. notning of State will go 30,000 democratic in No- down on the floor. Glasgow Tirnea. of clubs. and pensive flowers. The countess haB a for muims for PremiumSample copies sentthe paper any four page Supplement is right, but a big frco to vember. We hope he Hardy Gibson, of McCracken coun- tune estimated at io,uuu,uuu tier in- address. Write to change will have to come over the spirit ty, is 90 years old and never saw a rail come is rated at 3(100,000 a year, $50,000 CO. The COURIER-JOURNA- L of the dreama of the voters if the pro- road, never road on a steamboat and was a month and nearly $2,000 a day. fulfilled. LOUISVILLE, KV. phecy is 25 miles from where he And a Full Line of never more than The now lives. Of course he is a republican. L. D. Sampson publishes an inMr. Hon. Oassius M. Clay is temporarily Seni - Weekly Interior Journal, terview in the Kentucky Post with Hon. Masked men entered Jacob eido tracked in his chase after the guberAnd Tho home, near Toledo, O., and de- John D. White, iu which ho demands the natorial nomination. His wife baa prebetween the United Courier-Journ- al sented him with a 12 pound boy, which manded his money. He refused and partnership existing Call on for him, and he is at they 'held his feet on a red hot stove till States government and tho cigarette and Will be sent one year to any address for 33 she has named 71. dissolved by the aboli- Address he divulged. The rascals got away with whisky trusts be W. P. WALTON, home flinging lullabys and mixing 83 Stinford, Ky tion of tho internal revenue taxes. $1,200. doses. $emi-Week- ly Interior Jourkal That death lurks in the air and is ready to cut us down, when wo least expect it, W88 shown in a remarkable way hi Cincinnati, Tuesday. A man, walk ing along tho street, unconscious of harm, was seen to drop dead. Investigation proved that ho had been killed by a bullet from a pistol, which a woman acci dentally discharged in making up a bed, her husband having put it under his pillow. The ball crashed through tho side of tho frame house and iato tho man's head and he went to the great beyond without hardly knowing what hurt him. Five people were killol and 21 wounded in a riot at a bull fight in Mexico. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. SomeS trong Talk BUT IT GOES. Stlc Cz-t- r wide-awak- e n, se m lxc 1 La-die- s' in-la- 5. i Extra Heavy Cotton Sox, 5 Cents A Pair. yi lla court-hous- e. ' no.-essar- l. n- -- . .""". ht LOUISVILLE : STORE, g STANFORD, ld ! OILS. T 4. VARNISHES. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. g actor-preacho- r, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, New Stock in Papers and Bulk. Elizt-bothtow- n. Buy Your Alabastine Wall Paper and Paper SB. L. B. COOS, Stanford, W. B. McROBERTS, r3 Duroc Jersey Red Swine Turnpike Slooticn. 1 d liisssssssHBBIHBStfk) bt THE WEEKLY white-heade- d Gould-Castellan- o val-lo- O'BRIEN '. WAGONS, Shon-brick- 's Weekly Harness of All Kinds. FARRIS & HARDIN. pare-gori- c --rt- r-' -- r,', InteriorJournal Stani-okd- , HoTandcild batliH at Wilkinson's. KverthiiiK itr ami clean. Ky., - Mai.cii , 18!).') . IJwi'l furnish any of the follwl"ng machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Machine to be shipped direct from factory to purchaser: liaiiKhman. The Ideal Sewing Machine 520. The Climax Sewing Machine Nkv seeds, Northern Sued Irish pota- The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, S2S. ., toes, Ac, at Higgins A I he New Home, style five, S28. All made by the New Home Scwinc Machine Co. are warranted Tui8ilay wnB ah fnir bh one could wish, I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will Wednesday whh fairer si III, Go to Wilkinion't) for your Spring for five years. Hut rain clouds darkened ThurHilny's sky sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are haircut. You can also g;t a And tho rain came cold and chill. offered; bath, Hot or cold. j 9 . It will bo wanner Friday evo. OHGA1TS: Jkfhk I). Wkaiikn has the moat nnnn The signal service prophesies, dickering, Ilazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, The clouds will lift and o awny, lar plan of tire insurance. Seo him be- Chicago Cottage, Gerts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, And leave ns brighter skien. lore placing your insurance. Summer, Kimball, Ilinzc, Prince Kimball, m II ave a new stock of camels, mailings. & Son. PERSONAL POINTS. And Others. SoM on Eaiy Paymenti. Special Attention to Mall Orders. oil cloths, rugs, lace curtains, Swiss cur- Wc arc better prepared now than ever before to attract distant trade Mrs. John J. McIIoiibhts ban been tains, (dotted and milled) chenille curFianot and Ovarii TuneJ and Repalrd ljjr one of the most competent workman I ever knew, who served n nny jreirt In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. quite sick. to our store. We have an immense stock and at prices lower than tains, window Bhades. Ac. Severance A Sewioe Machines repaired and warranted. back from a visit Mu It. II. Lou an is P. II. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Address, Son. would have been thought possible a few months ago. And most im- to Louisville. portant of all, wc have the newest ideas and styles, that you will not Mips Ukssik Moork, of Casey, is visiting Amo.vci the many dress goods in stock are 25 pieces all wool blacks, 25 pieceB find at home. We want you to come and sec our stock, as wc can Mrs. I'M Wilkinson. Mns. II. T. IlAiuiia is visiting Ler B'lks for waists, Court Itoyal Piques, only give an outline in this ad. With daughters in Louipvillo. Ducks, Percales and Giughams. Sever Mns. B. K. Weaken is confined to her ance A Son. bed with a throat trouble. Manicure Sets, Paper Knives, Book Marks, Mater? Safes, Bag The Williamsburg Times denies with Pnor. jvnii Mns. T. M. Gooijkmcjiit a good deal of afpsrity tho statement Checks, Embroidery Scissors, Belt Pins, Pocket Knives, Hat Marks, have returned to Frankfort. Our shelves arc loaded. Wc offer a choice line 3.1inch all wool TriMn. William Fikliis, of Mt. Vernon, that a dying negro of that place had con- Coat Marks, Cloak Clasps, Veil Clasps, Card Cases, Umbrella Marks, fessed to the murder of nVo people, or cot at 25c. Novelty Goods at 29c, ten cents cheaper than lias been attending court here. Moustache Combs, Side Combs, Stick Pins, Hair Pins, Lock Braceany other number. last year. At 50c yard wc offer 30 styles Trench and German Dress Mn. Sam K. Duddkkau has gone to lets, Cravat Clasps, Belt, Neck, Garter and Scarf Buckles, Cuff Links, Thk members o( the democratic counGoods in checks, mixtures, &c , that were always 85c. Choice lines Texas for tho benefit of his health. Buttoncrs, Glove Buttoners, Tooth Brushes, Nail Files, Nail Miss Hklk.n Tiiuiimoni) ty committee are requested to meet at Shoe of Novelty Dress Goods at 60c, 75c, 85c, $1 up to $2 yard. Storm from Hardin county, havinghas returned Stanford finished her next Monday, 11th, at 11 o'clock Scissors, and a thousand one articles too numerous to mention in UP and Imperial Serges in every grade and exceedingly cheap. , school. a. m. to consider important matters. L TO DATE NOVELTIES. Mn AM) Mrs. J. 0. Spua dli.no, of L Dawson, chairman. iirt visiting Mrs. Tillio Delanoy, at E. C. Fo Su.k. -l- licyulo. Will sell cheap for cash. Address It x 200, Stanford. ZR.estd . -- AND SAVE MONEY. 3 Walton, Business Manager TmiKB nice rooms over our etable.next to Dr. Cook for rent. M. S. & J. W. A-- McKin-ney'H- Danville, Ky. first-clas- s FIAHOS: New Spring Hoods Now Open. Sterling Silver. NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS 3S-inch Jel-lic- o, CREPONS. Wc have them in all grades from 75c for a Mohair stripe Crcpon up to finest at S3. Wc have "Rock" Crcpon, "Hubble" Crcpon, ''Plowed" Crcpon, Silk and Wool, Mohair and Embroidered Crepons through to Lancaster yesterday to visit 9 m Wk oiler the best vapor stove made at ?i, Si. 25, Si. 50, $2, $2.50 and S3. The best line in Central Ken- her mother, Mrs. Pattie Gill. and to prove that wo mean this, we pro tucky. There arc not enough Crepons in the U. S. to go around, so Puna. Milton Klliott, of Garrard Col- pose to make you tho judge. After 30 lege, whs here Monday returning from a days trial if you are not satisfied, we will don't expect to find these late in the season. It has long been a question with us Itowliitld. Mn P II. Foijkn, the clever engineer, what becomes of the goods received by Mppi'iidlnga few daja with the. family of Severance A Son. The pavement in front of their houpo was covered with Col. HuirDndderar. Mrs. Dk. Uockkc, of Indiana, passed boxts and bales yesterday. DAIMKS, - JEWELER. to-da- Don't Fail to look at our new arrivals in Dress Largest new stock to be seen any where. Goods. NEW SILKS. Of course you want a Silk waist or black Satin or Silk Shirt ? Well wc can show you 100 styles of fancy Silks for waists. Pure silk Kaiki at 35c; corded silks at 45c, check Taffeta .oc, printed warp silks at 50c, a novelty that you wont find elsewhere. Fancy Taffeta silks in over 50 styles at 65c, 75c, S5C, Si, 1.25. New Plisse silks at Si. 75. Fine quality real Jap. printed silks 2. to 32 inch wide at 30c, 40c, 50c and 75c in beautiful designs and colors. i , BLACK SATIN DUCHESSE popular. We offer choice qualities at 75c, Si, 1.25, and S2 yard. Each and all pure silk Duchcssc, not Rhodama. 1.50 Don't fail to see these. Wc also offer a big line of black brocaded Satin and Taffeta for skirts and waists. In fact, wc have the largest line of silks ever shown in this section. LININGS Arc very important this season. We have hair cloths at 15c, 20c, 35c and 60c. Best all linen grass cloths at 15c, Crinoline, paper cambric, Ducks, Satins, Pcrcalincs, Fibre Chamois, Sclisius, Cualvlcttcs at 5c yard, &c , &c. READY-MAD- E SILK WAISTS & SKIRTS. Beautiful quality of material. Made by expert and artistic dressmakers. Perfect fitting and approved styles. Silk waists at S3. 50, 4 00, 5.50, 6.00 and 6.50. Separate skirts lined and interlined in Serges, Crepons, Mohair, Satin and Brocaded Silk and Satin at $$. 00, 6.00, 7.50, 8 00, 9,00 and up to 16.50. Cheaper than making. visit to his son in Louisville. Mit. J. K. Hklm and family will noon move from Mercer to tho Tom Quinlen farm in this county. Advocate. Mu U A. Welsh, of the Kentucky Life And Accident Insurance Company, is here in tho interest of that company. Mr. W. X. CiiAio will havo the degree of "M. D " conferred on him at tho Louisville Medical College to day. Littlk Katik Mkrsiion krauts it "put in the paper" that Miss Josephine Gib son, of Williamsburg, is visiting her. Mas. John N. Lakk, of Terro Haute, Ind., who was Miss Mattie Brown, came on yesterday's train to visit her parents at Lancaster. Tiiic directors of the Stanford Water Light and Ice Co. have made Mr. 13. F, Itout, chief engineer, which is an A. 1 selection. Mr. S. D. Merrltt is linomin now. Danvillk is honored with a visit from of the trnited States tho He has joined his wife and Miss Julin Stevenson, who are visiting at Miss Nannie Unrbeu's. Mr. Stevenson is a gradu ate of Centro College. Mn. John Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, halo and as hearty as moat men aroatOO, celebrated his SOth birthday Wednesday, when many friends joined in wishing him many more returns of the day. His wife is .'!0 years his junior. Thk Owensboro Inquirer says that Mr. S. It. Kennedy, who recently resigned as master of trains on 0. it h. is there on a visit, hihI his old associates of the mechanical department presented him with a solid gold watch charm. The transportation department gavo him a beautiful diamond ring. Theso evidences of esteem quite overwhelmed the modest young dispatcher. vice-preside- nt refund your money. Co. lloi'SK-KKKi'Bns W. H. Wearen & Don't Buy your carpets till you get our prices and see the styles. New line should examine our portiere, lace curtains, towels and napkins, and don't forget to look at our muslin underwear, ladies e waists and silks for making waists. Hughea & Tate. ready-mad- Don't Let any one make you believe that you can buy goods as cheap on credit as we sell them for cash. Aid Society have sold a great many tickets to the coflea Bocial to bo given at Mrs. T. J. Foster's If you haven't secured one, you had better do so at once. The Yonng Ladies of the Chretien Don't Spend your time looking around but come straight to us. Wc do that for you and save you time and money. Circuit Court. In tho case of SPRING WRAPS. Chpicc line new style Capes in cloth, silk and velvet at every price from Si .25 to 16.50. CITYAND VTCIMTY. Sek our ad. W. H. W. 9 & Co. Si'fiCTACLKs fitted. DankB, the optl-cia- Silverware told cheap. Danke, the jeweler. New and extensivo lino of neckwear MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. h atShauks'. Wc have the best fitting line made. Our most particular trade says IlA.Miiur.aa and insertings in great varSkirts 50c to S3. Drawers 25c to Si. 50. iety at Shanks'. so. Gowns 50c to S3Corset covers 25c to Si. 25. All new this season and a big line to seIr you wont good, cheap and stylish sewed. lect from, all lock-stitcshoes go to Shanks'. WASH GOODS DON'T PAIL A (100D 25c dinner at H. Zimmer's. Go follow tho gold there duriDg court. Head Penny's big ad. and Over 400 pieces new wash goods. Ginghams, Madras, Ducks, advice. It's, good. Piques, Dimities, Organdies, Jaconets, Crepons, Cordelcts, Pcnangs, Bargains in watches. Old Cambrics, &c, all at lowest prices. in trade. - taken Dnnks, tho jeweler. Buttkr! Butter I Fine Jersey butter may bo had from Mrs. Steele Bailey 20c per H. at To examine the new "Military" Corsets. They arc the prettiest fitA lino of ribbon of every width, ting Corsets made. Prices 125 to 3,25. All imported and no higher everylabor every shade and every kind, color, than inferior domestic makes. just received at Shanks'. ffgf ID-A-IISrVIILiIjIEJ, Finns will happen, so place your insurance with Jesse D. Wearen. He represents tho best companies. 9 The Four Seasons Hotel at Harrogate only brought 528,000 at decretal sale. An agent for the certificate holders got it. 9 D. Wearen's and look at the cheapest and prettiest lino of clothing Bamples over displayed in Stanford. Call at Jesse - izrz-- . stallion by Gambetta Wilkes, Shelby City. The ffrui name will not bo dam Pan See, with trial in 2.15, to farm out. Apply at this office. changed. A fine Siiblhv has bought an interest in Kngloman & Co's. store at Mn. W.vitKKN ftlministrator egalnst Mrs. Burnetta Helm, tho court gave peremptory in Btructions for Mrs. Helm. A judgment In tho caso of Pendleton Jenkins' administrator vs. Pendleton Jenkins' heirs, was rendered which took six or seven pagi a of tho largo record book. In it tho will is construed and tho property ordered to be divided in accordance with it. Kobe t Harding, Kj , was allowed a fee of $300 and Col. W. G. Welch 250 as attorneys in the caso. Tho administrator of D. II. Lanahan, who was killed while in the employ of tho L. & N. as brakeman, sued the company for 125,000, but no evidence that tho death had resulted from negligence of tho Jefeud-an- t, the court on motion of J. W. Alcorn, instructed the jury to find for the road. Wednesday afternoon tho eft tried case of Isaac Hamilton vs. T. .1. Higgins, J. B. Kyer, Shernnn Napper, John W. Flowers, David Burgess, It. L. .Martin, T. B. Meals and G. W. Stephens was again put on trial. Mr. Hamilton sues tho gentlemen for a hall ho built for them, but thoy claim that he wauta more than ho agreed to build it for by $200, that it is not properly built, Ac. Thoy aro represented by Attorneys W. G. Welch, R. O. Warren, J. B. Paxton and John Sam Owsley, Jr., while Col. T. P. Hill and P. M. McRoberts look out for tho interests of Mr. Hamilton. An indictment was found against Anderson Carr, tho colored merchant, for stealing three hogs from Dr. L. B. Ccik, on the testimony of Horace Hays and Preacher Williams, which Carr claims Jp a piece of spito work that ho will be easily able to demonstrate. Those who know him best do not believe him guilty. Among tho indictments returned by tho grand jury is one against tho Danville A Hustonvillo turnpike for charging excessive toll and three against tl 0 HuBtouville A Coffey's Mill pike, one for amio ofi'ense, another for not keeping tho road in proper condition and thtf third for charging toll to persons going to church. This caBO will likely occupy the court tho most of The term ends tomorrow evening and tho business being about through, Judge Snulley discharged the rest of tho petit jury, not engaged in the case on trial. A good deal of business has been dono in the two weeks and the docket is clearer than for some time. Only one man was sent to tho peulten-tlarWilliam Hale for two years for killing George Pennington. The grand jury finally adjourned yesterday after returning 10 indictmeuts, tho majority being for violation of tho whisky lawB and tho others for minor offenses. For the first time in years there was no murder caso to be investigated. (Other Locals on 2d page.) g to-da- y. y, Burk's Don't Make any difference whether yon want to buy or not, come and let us show you our goods. SEVERANCE & SON. Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes. The Latest ! '95 GASOLINE STOVE, With all the Latest Improvements. Nothing on the market like it. Our Motto is 1 "SATISFACTION OR NO SALE." Try one and be convinced. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, The Very Latest and Most Approved Styles in Stiffs and Softs, Alpines and Crushes, Stetson's Hats in Black and White. Nice Assortment of College and Yacht Caps in all Colors. H. J. McROBERTS. Bo 19 WIEAMIEW, Dealer In- ,J Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, . STANFORD, K7. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. -- . i.- - - r. '( "PM """ X' """ y-- "r y Semi-Week- ly Interior AT Jom Friday j?nbllnUed Bvory Tuo&day and JJJ2 I'iSR YK11 not so paid IN" 32.60 will be charged.- - ADVANCK yto p. m. L.&N. " K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train le ei Rowland at 7 :oo m., returning at . LOCAL TIME CARD. No Train gome North No. " " No. .3, " " South No. t j, " sfi, .. i - nj;pm ti $1 3 3 " 3Pta pm " QUEEN & CRESCENT. t . Train, piss Junction City at followi? No a North t No. 1 South f ' ...tropin 11.15am " 4 " 3 " ...3.15am 1130pm " 6 " ...600 am " 840pm ''to 9 Do not Stop I m. Powder J Abtoluiely Pure der. A cream Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New York. of tarter baking powHighest of all in leavening For a.. ...... Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trim'or Clean Shave, .0 to Oook & Farmer's Barber Shop. KTTOJJFTC B.I7a th ihpli CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? For a prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to II U N N A: CO., w ho have had nearly firtjr yearV experience In tho patent business. Communications ttrlctlrconfldentlal. A IlnndbooU or Information concerning rntenta and uow tooN slaJn them sent froe. Also a catalogue of median Heart Krra sclentlflo books sent free. J'atents taken through Munn ft Co. receive Tpcelal notice In tho Hclentlflc American, and with-orare tonsrout brought widely befnrothe publicnaper,rt to the Inventor. This splendid Isaoecl weekly. eleantlr lllnst rated, has br far the largest circulation of nnr rc'entilc wrk In tho world. 93 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building Kdltlon.monthly. iJO a year. Hlnglo copies, 3 cents. Every number contains beautiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new tiouses, with plans, enabling builders to show tho Address latest dealer" and secure contracts. puoadwat. umn co mkw vouK, am COPYRIGHTS." John B. Castletaan. A. O. Lanhaas ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAJN managers, Qa nimerce Building, Louisville Agouti throughout the South, W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agfont, STANFORD, KY. I' t ,i ffaBjFrancisco. Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA waw fi) mumi' gvjlBfi nma Q- Buoklln's Arnica Salvo. Ill Duty. The bct salve in the woild fur cut', bru"ies, Or Brickbats Against Free Speech. "I snt'ny nm got or flno situation nt sores, ulcers, suit rheum, andlores, tetter, chapall skin eruptions, ped hands. chtlblain.corD To the Editor of The Interior Journal. do prcsont time," snid Mr. Krnstna It positively cun-- piles, or no pay repuireil. It is money sillsfaction togie Kindly permit 1110 to "onco moro ex- Pinkloy. "I's next in 'pohtanco tor do guaranteed; Price at perlectper box. For or a'e by cents refunded. press my views of recent events to tho hoad wnitnh in do londln restnrant" A. K. Penny. Stanford, Ky "G'wnyl What nm yoh titlo?" intelligent readers of your vahtnblo pa"I'b do hoad Hfitonor." per. Slatterly, tho ex priest, nud his "Nobbor hynhd ov no ecoh imson.M nro beyond tho Blind-owife, the "Dat's 'cnuso yoh is beliin do times. of a doubt traitors to their religion Send Whon obbah or ciistomor kicks, lio's Highest prices paid. Co , Or pilce cutrent-Tli- e and Manu. A. K. Hutkhardt and falso to their oaths. gottor hub somebody tor kick to, nln' facturers,Cinclnnali, Ohio. Expntirs Americans do not like traitors wel- i- ho?" enough to placounich confidence in their "Siio." utterances, llcnca if the followers of "Wall, doporpriotor nin'got tim' tor Let your Painting, Pinerlrt; and Ca'clinlnlrc un Romo had been possesaed of tho true ton ter em nil, nor do cashier nin'. nor til you see Ilelden & Ueer Wo futliHh work, or no and guarantee American spirit, they would have treat- do head wnitah nin', bo doy boh 'cm tor material Address, S'anford, Ky. tot. 111a An I listens ter 'om. " Wnshing- - lunacy. ed with dignified ailenca tho attempts of ton Star. Slatterly and wifo to disclose tho already n Substantial Krhtenc. secrets of tho confessional and the convent. But tho followers of a 7 Call and exan Ire my work belore I avme our Dago Pope, who never in his lifo breath : carriage repainted. I am located iu the only shop ?." rvr .cv ; s. In town In which fine work can be done and will 3 .A ed a breath of free air or spoke a word solicit a share ol yonr bo here permanently bo Arner. for liberty, are not, and cau not patronage which will endeavor to merit by workmanship and fair treatment ol all. Shop ican in spirit. Hence their only answer in Mcnefte Ilulld ne on Depot street. A. H. KINLKV, Stanford, Ry. to free epaech is brickbats, their only ar 3m gutnent for their church, dynamite bombs and the boycott. To be Roman Catholic is to be I will go to auy place where there are six or to bo superstitious is to be ignormore cattle to lehoin. I do the work with the Lightnlrg Dehoruer. Can dehorn auy cow In ant; to be ignorant ia to be cowardly three iHonJi. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut. dot snot crush nor break the horn, as the and brutal, and the riot at Savannah, clipper does. It Mine only nutnane way too. of unrestrainGa., is the logical outcome horn Does not punish ihe animal like the saar, and the wound gets well as quick again at that ed lawlessness, which has been winked made by the taw. For further information, call on O. A. PEYTON, Stanford, Ky. at for years by the daily press and the See the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook. tot. unprincipled politicians for the sake of SALE OF the solid vote which this ignorant but powerful mob can give. Rome does not liko free Bpeech, free Saturated Sam I 6ay, Weary, yor schools, nor free governments, and she ought tor git yor hair cut Pooplo'U The undersigned committee will on has Baid so, and her actions do not belie laugh at yor. Weary Ways Not much. I give it Monday, April 1896, her words. How much longer shall we to 'om dat I'm n oollego man iu hard ay, sell pubtlclv in front help her to control this home of the luck, aud me tangled looks substantiate County Court dcor In Stanford, Ten Lincoln of the counbrave and land of the freo by casting our dor story. Seo? New York World. ty Bonds of fie denomination ol J300 each, bearing 6 per cent, from date and payable annually 1st votes for Catholic candidates of. any parday ol Julr. The bonds are to mature in so years He Was Dolus; Well. with privilege reserved of paying them after 10 ty for positions of power and trust. m. u.'.viau., i. F. CUMMINS, Jack Nogly was 0110 of thomountaiu-oor- s years. Much as we may despise that un A merJ. of tho Cumberland whom I had it. 1'AXiun, J. man and cowardly but chosen weapon of Committee. a known bettor perhaps than-auof thorn, Rome, the boycott, let us learn to fiht for Jack had borrowed o fow dollars the devil with his own Are until tbeao from mo to buy a yoke of Bteors with, people shall have learned once for all and tho number of times ho camo to mo to aell Having decided that the divine injunction to love thy to get tho debt rouowed brought mo in- privately all of my to go to farmlrg desireconsistproperti at Rowland, neighbor as thyself, is not exemplified by to very oloso acquaiiitunco with him. ing of a good, new dwelling of 5 ro.mt, supplied Iroui the Stanford ater Works. The the use of rotten egg, brickbats, dyna Ho was a farmer in a small way, nud with water the house stands cousins lot on which ho was uovor known to bo out of dobt of an acre and lies just outside of the town limits boycotts. mite bombs or and in Ho was a renter, and at least every oth- of Rowland. The outhouse, are numerous locsted S. V. Pkttuionk. a new store room joi er beason ho was occupying a different good repair. of Also Crab Orchard and "Cut OH" American Citizen. in the forks the farm. By my advico ho had moved tho pikes. A splendid stand (or one desiringa to en- vacant business year boforo into nu entirely uow field at ot onIn the mercantile Rowland. Also aboe deBobbitt Wont tell till May. The Shanks Ave. in wl" " cash. least n dozen miles from his usual scribed prspcrty cost ue f 1,133, To the Editor ol the Interior Journal. In 6 and i months $500 cash, $1 Stantohd, March 7. It is generally haunts, and I had not fccu him for sor it for 300 information balauce or address, ca'l on For further t im JII HILTON, Rowland, Ky. understood that I was to speak in Stan- oral mouths. When I did eco him nt last, it w;v) by accident, na, business ford next Monday (county court day) called mo into his neighborhood. As I aud would probably announce myself as rode past his placo ho hailed mo from During tho cornfield and camo a candidate for the Legislature. out to tho fence. circuit court I have had great encourage"Hello, exclaimed, "is this your Hustonvlllo, Ky. ment to do both. I am well aware, how- farm?" Good Wh te Seed OaU For Ssle. "Yes, nml I jist como ovor to toll Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. ever, that such is tho political chaos of parties in this county now, that no one you, colonel, that I'll bo ready to pay Furniture and Stoves. can tell whether a harpoon launched into part of that claim uv youru nforo Genuine Oliver Chilleu Plows. Step in and see a the political ocean would strike a demo long." must bo doing welL " nice line of Rocking Chairs and furniture. "You Stoves Cheaper ttan ftr before. cratic or repabtican representative for LI cry Stable and lilacksmlth Shop For Rent 11k I'm doin fust rato, and I'm "I tlii Lincoln county next November. I am poworful obleegod to you, colouol, for GEO B.COOPER. also aware that my expected candidacy hoadiu 1110 tbia away." J AS. H.YEAGEH. is suspended like the aword'of Damocles "I'm always glad to help if I can." over the heads of several aspirants, re"I knowed that, colonel, and that's ambition. I why I como uway over hero so for frum vaulting pressing their (Proprietors of......... know also that Lnztrus is not dead but home. Hit's kinder fltruugo to me, but 02 long oz I'm doin ozwoll ez I am I'm only aleepeth, and that an application of tofitand hit." the galvanic hatterv of eloquence to the STANFORD, KV. "Aro you making any monoy?" apparent corpse of his departed glory, Having bought of P. W. Green hit Liverr busJim's faco brightoucd perceptibly added sew ' 'No, I ain't, colouol, ' ' ho replied hope- iness and to furnish buggies and burses, we are wjuld cause it immediately to spring to prepared one blast upon his bugle fully, "but I'm losin it slowor'u I ovor its feet. That FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS born would bo worth a 1,000 men. But done in my lifo afore" struck mo as rather odd at first, On short notice. The traveling public will find It I shall take the matter under consideraus always readyand willing to lurnish Drumtion till May county court, when I shall but upon moro maturo refloction I mers' Wagons, cither single or might havo reason for agesoradkindsat scry LOW double, or Cam that Jim PRICES. The address the people of Lincoln county his hopofuluess. Dotroit Freo Press. boy sin and around town will also find ut the peo pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at pikes and in the upon free silver, free courts and entertainments and your horse and ve Tobogganing; language of the Code of Practice shall hide will be well cared for, YKAGER & COOPKR Porsous who desiro to toboggan make such additional remarks by way of Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky S; rebuttal and should bo a littlo careful nt first. You rejoinder and as the occasion may require. should novor sit down on a toboggau is a toboggan 6lido Fontaine Fox Boiiditt. you. unless thero numerous porilsunder Thero aro with toboggau. If thoro is no Of Lincoln County. AnKultth of Spirit. 6lido hnndy, you can got a protty good ? The New "Suffer from tho cold today, idea of ouo of thorn by stopping on n Why, it's 10 degrees wariuor than pieco of Eoap nt tho head of tho Htairs. yesterday. ' ' Mill, In fionio partH of tho country it is killDawkins Yes, that's just why I'vo ing off tho people as effectually as tho Buffered so. I hot iny wifo 20 that it deadly car stovo, anil it lias boon Bug Lancaster, Ky., would bo 10 degrees colder. Chicago sin that (ho deadly car stovo should Is now In full operation, and invites the attention Inter Ocean. bo loaded on tho toboggau nnd both ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, should bo fehoved down tho slido iuto tuperiot workmanship and low prices. Note At Intcrtal.s. OUR tho lowor depths of innocuous desuo-tud- SOME Feathorstouo Look here, Willio. Something of tho kind is hinted Pcrtectly clear poplar or ycllnw pin flooring at When I am in tho parlor with your sis- at in the following pootio gom: Iipei hundred. As low as $150 per hundred. ter, do you over peok through tho ? Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at Littlo Willio had n toboggan As low as $1 30 per hundred. St 50 per hundred. That wan turned up nt tho bow. Allpattercs and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow UjKJii tlio Hlido two did collide. Willio Sometimes, when mamma pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as Ji 33 per hundred, houble dressed lumber as low as a per WUHo'h imntti nro vacant now. isn't thoro. Now York World. hundred. Ilcautiful vellow pine finishing lumber, Toxns Siftings. quarter oak, Vc. Save money by giving ut you. ROME IN ARGUMENT ftr to C. L. Cartrr, lledgeville, Ky. MAPLE SYRU P. , : 91 DE, W. B. FEETlTY,f Dentist, Stan ford, Ky. Office on Main Street s or rent. They are en Main Mieet, in the principal Mrs M.J MILLKU.Manlord. block. 7J STORE ROOMS..KX.b,'fokr0 ox-nu- n, w RAW FURS. DOIT'T first-clas- A. S. PRICE, Office over McKoberts Opposite th, Post-Olfi- Owsley Iluildlug. SURGEON DENTIST Drug JSlore In tht new Stanfciti. J. : T. : QTJTTOIT, hustonville,:kentucky. unoisutakbr, - first-cla- ss TO THE LADIES My stock of Millinery and Notions is I s well-know- v. . - Carriage Paint or. 1 1 kept con. stantly complete by weekly purchaics and jou can always Gad what you waut call and Inspect I Invite you to Offers his sets ices to the tie plo l West LinVilli slock of Coinus and Caskets al.vays ii" hand. r 95 D Carpetitir, Mansg.-coln and Casey Counties J MISSLICC1K BKAZLEY, "monuments. GKANITI2 and MARBLE. J. KAR.NS&CO., Stanford, Ky . ! ?- - . -- jiv. ws- - first-clan- s TO THE LADIES. nuper-Btitiou- e; Bottom TTour Cttl. I desire to call your atltutloo to the fact that I am ready tosetve you In I)rss Mating in any Iluilders from original designs and best mate and workmanship. and altat)les. I lake the btst fjihlon Journals and keed posted on what ladle should wear. Office 349 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. Yard and Work Shops, Montpellier, Veimonl Price, reasonable Come in and ;lvt me a trial. tnd Carrara. Italy. I employ none but first class help At present I can be found at Mist Carrie Por- Long experience; original designs; satisfaction guaranteed 80 on Lancaster Street. ter's residence MISS MARY II .SMITH,, Respectfully, Stanford, Ky. 77.60) Lincoln County Bonds. 8th, Ky. Will art as Executor, Administrator and Assignee Special attention given to Settle nents of Ft. talcs, at Attorney and Silo and Division of afants' Lands. Mist Moore will arrive October 1st, with everyOffice on Lancaster St over Supt. W. F. McCla-ty- 's thing that Is new and nobby In th. way of Attorney at Law, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Walla.o E. Varnon, J. B. HIGGINS, .Dialers n All Kinds Stanford, A of Coal, Treat Fof The Ladles. office. 5 Conrt-Hou- se W. S. BTJRCH, Attorney at Law, Please call an 1 examine my stock before buy trig Mypilcet shall tie the lowest. 1 hanking you for past favors, respectfully, KAT& DUDDbRAK, Manager. Stanford, - - Kentucky. y The Myers House, IV.W. CKF.KN, Proprietor. FOB SAXXl 1 Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention S3 J. H. BALLOTJ, M. D., church, Stanford, I am still running : : this : n Kontucky. Hotel aad A n will continue to inve my guealsllio politest alien Physician and Surgeon, ' at well at th'r k:st the mtrkct afWls. Stanford, - - Kentucky. Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. Office in llrick Iluildlng near Methodist w B. M. S. rUlCMMaN 1 jnsts. ) T JOKS.S, Mb. J V. lUl UHMAS D. S. CARFESTTEXl, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, rxoraUTons LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla-ss J CRIB 8 BROS., Stanford, Ky. (Hack "I Dean's Diamond Roo Paint Ksllmate. fumisncd for painting Wood, Metal and lion l oofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. All rood punted with Dean'a Ulack Diamond Paint zuarantetd for years Dealers In b, I cis tern Pumps and Galvanittd Iron Fillers. 67.1m Sole proprietors for rates. If you need livery give us a call Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us In our THE P. RILEY U. U1L.BY, HOUSE Kentucky. d. HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Hunt's, Saddle., Ac Have jour repairing done by our man, he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our Ilri-dl- es, Proprietor. London, 77 Yeagor : & : Cooper, BLACKSMITH SHOP. work and satisfactory Will guarantee prices. Tty our horse shoer. first-clas- I have moved to ray new Hotel , and am ballet prepared than ever to accommodate th. public Hood Livery attacheJ and .very convenience Give me a call. s rRANK RILEY, Livery and Feed Stable, 'Bread is the Staff of Life" THEREFORE HAVE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. IT GOOD. Capital Stock-Surplu- s Ballard's OBELISK - 200,000 21,300 con-clud- Flour & r r, sur-rebutt- al con-nooto- d TO TES CITI2E1TS Daw-kins- Lancaster Planing piigjypo S3rsfrr't7s Moke Attention of th, public is invited to ths fa t that this Is ih only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th. National Hank are secured nol only by tht capital stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor IB amount equal to the stock, sa that depositors ol thlt intmutiou u secur.u by a fuutl 01 j,uu,aoo. yive sworn statements of th. condition of the bank art mad. each yearto the Uult.d States government and its assets ar esamined at staled tiraaa by government agcuta, thus securing addilitona end perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit tlsnk of Stanford in 1I3S, then ued as the National Hank ol Stanford in iSoj and the First National Hank ol again Stanlord in iSti, has had practically an uninterrupted eiutenceofir years. Ills better supplied now with laclhtlcs for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuali respectfully solic-le-ea d. t J ( Reliable. o. OF PRICES: the LIGHTEST BREAD, WHITEST BISCUITS. For Sale by SWEETEST CAKES, key-holo- J. : C. : FLORENCE, - - A tOUISVUtt, ntWAlBANTtCHICACORtTC- OTLLMANSAITD PABLOE CABS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRllE'TO B. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J HEED, G. P. A Chicago, III Louisville, Ky. St. Paul. ,.lr" VOU ARE GOING Denver. 3KTOHTH..THE..WEST, I IM' t LOUISVILLC 4 NASHVII IC R. R. -- L . Is the hoe for you, at its 2outlc Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. IJAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any Information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, 0f A. MeQUOWN Trtv. Pass. Agent, Ky Vf. unction City Ky Didn't TJko It. "Hobbles and his wifo present nn ideal of truo marriod happiness." "Daubs is ns mad ns hops about his "Noiibonso! Why, ho lives hero, and picture (hat was on oxhibitiou. " " Wasn't it noticed?" sho fcpends most of hurtimoinEuropoI" "Yes, took n prize." "Well, isn't thntfar onougb?" Chicago Record. "What's ho mud about then?" "Well, it was a pioturo of cows, and riBKlarlittn. it was awnrdotl tho prizo for tho best "Woll, somo people havo n gall, " eaid picturo of sheop. " Pro Bono Publico. "Whotisthotroublo?" asked Veritas, The L'kuuI Difference. "Hero is somobody writing to tho pa- Lady I boo you ndvortiso "good" pors ovor my bignaturo. " Brooklyn butter, "fine" butter, "oxtra" buttor, Life. "best" buttor nnd "gilt edged" butter. What is the differenco? A Great Success. Now Boy (not very well trained) Milliner 1 hopo you find your hat Th' "gilt edged" butter is fit to cat perfectly satisfactory. Tho rest isn't. Good Nowb. Mil's do Fashion Yos, indeed. Several persons loft tho theater on account Getting It Mixed. of it last niglir. Chicago Intor Ocean. "When I camo down hero becauso I couldn't stand tho olimato up north," An Aaluiu. . Dakota man who was laid tho "Fancy 'coniplibhinouts nm nil right shivering North Georgia winter resort, in in tlah placo," haid Unolo Kbon, "but "1 seem tc havo jumped out of tho fryfolks hub mob need fob bhovuliii l ing pan into the er into tho icebox." miow dun dcy hub fob rccitin ob Chicago Tribuuo. it." Washington Star. Pe Feminine. Mike KxplitiiiH, Ho Do you think blonds havo moro Tnttorcd Tim What does "botween admirers than brunettes? tho dovil an tb' deoy sen" munn? She I don't know. Why not ask Moldy Miko ns boiii tho sanio somo of tho girls who havo had oxpori-eucbetween n workshop mid a bathroom. in botli capacities? Temps. Now York Weekly. Tit-Bits. I'errcrted Observer. orders. Dealer in General Merchandise, 73 Cm THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster, Ky Stanford, Kentucky. Tht Directory ol this Hank is composed ot Forest s Reid, Linuin county ; S, T. Harris, Llnooln; J H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanlord ; S.ll Ilaughman, Lincoln; J. 8. Hocker Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, StanforJ; M. D. Elmore, Sttnford; T. P. Hill.Staafoid. K. L. Tanner, McKirmty; M.J. Miller, Ml. Verncn' I S. Hocker, President: Joan J, McRobcrtt, Cashier; A. A. McKirn.;r, Atsistant Cashier. V FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, SEE Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OF STANFORD, KY , It now fully organised nud ready for butlnett with Kirby, The Insurance Man, If you want to get in the best companies. by seeing him, Farmers can save money Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. -- aouo. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Nowclosiug up) with the same assets and uud.i ino same management. ljy provisions of its Chatter, depositors are. at fully protected as aic depositora iu Hanks, its shareholders being held Indivi (sole to the extent of the amount of their lualh !.0:k therein at the par value thcreol, iu additio. t tht amount invested in such shares. It mav acta. eiecutnr, administrator, trustee, Ac, as j an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsincts - uj while mnaglng the Lincoln National btaalord, w. we here lender our maiiv lhaiik and trust they will continue to transact their t netl with ut, ollering e guarantee for prompt .'tttn-tionsame, our twenty years eipcru.utc la banking and as liberal accommodations as an with sound banking. rti ra-- - m Ufss4 JiHMiHH.ll.il imm. I !lBUflLaILMtt'wMltiti . H iWf if I t- I.-- BFlWtWPP m 11 to buau-tifu- nt OIHECTOIIt' J J. Wiltiami, Ml Vernon; H. bhtnks, tiutiloiil; J. b, Uwtlcy, Stanlord; S Itj o J. Weather or Coffee? Landlady Is it cold enough for you? Do you mean Boarder (vindictively; tho coffeo? Dotroit Freo Press. Appropriate. From tho shop unit of n Fronch hatter: "Latest ncvolry. Soft felt hats for railway collioions. " Tit-Bits. Withers & Hocker, Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Carpets, &c aMsdlrt J. F. Catl, Stanford Wll.Um Gooih, Stanlord; A. W, Carpenter, Milled gcvills W H. Cummin, I',rrku,.. ill S. H Shank,, Preside t, Dr. J, '".Ow e r, W. M.llrght, Fell J, r.u.br, Stanford; II. U.vIey, unf rJ; -- e, 34 :h gjsfcr.l vftaW tV 'Ot. nJ i j'"-- 3s.Jor3a(-p- . sW C tjf JL i.'Jw WliTp . Mt -- . -