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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895031201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. MATRIMOrALMATTERS. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. 1895. FARM AND TRADE NO. 4 ITEMS. CHURCH AFFAIRS. X A innn named Hollars assassinated The first Bible printed in the point M. F. Elkln bought of J. II. Greer a Mr. George M. Adams nnd Mlaa( alphabet for tho blind has just been is America, ilaiiRhtcr of J. D. Noaks, will Samuel Shadoau in Puhiski county and fat cow at '2c. bo united in tnarriago at his residence to- escaped. Wanted to rent grass land. J. E. sued in Louisville. It contains 1,839 pages. Tho African Methodist church nt Brucp. Stanford. day. Rov. J. II. JenkinB, tho oldest BapYenger A Cooper bought of Jolin L. P. Coflman, b widower of 153, nnd Middleshoro was blown down during tho tist minister in Hardin county, died FriCook u harness maru for ?55. McCOTan, 21, will bo mar- strom Friday evening. Miss Alice M. 8. Btughman sold to John B. day of pneumonia. He had been preachJudge Matt Walton lias been elected ried on the 1 1th at Mr. Henry ItiiHsel'.'a ing since 1841. President of the Board of Commissioners Foster a Shetland pony for $52.50. near Mllledgovillo. ready-madwaists, our MusRjv. W. E. Ellis and Mr. Will Sev- Like our stock of Capes and Wraps, our J. O. Hays sold hero" yesterday 7 Georgo J. Gould denies Hint there of the H intern Lunatic Asylum at Lexerance conducted services at tbe colored lin and Jersey underwear, our silks for waists, our laces, embroidersteers averaging 800 pounds nr 3, 12. was any marriage Bottlement of $2,000,000 ington. Georgd J. Gould will have a pacii g Christian church Sunday afternoon and ies, and white goods. sum, and ays that thu There is nothing superior and you should not Stevenson delighted cof any oilier had a largo and attentive audience. of money did not onter Into the the law cI.iph at Centre College by deliv- stable, but has made no purchases yet. question buy before coming to our house. There aro 720 Christian churches in John A. Wilcher, of Casey, sold to ering a lecture on parliamentary promarriago of bis Bister at all. Bosh. West End parties 10 fat cattle at 2 'o Kentucky and the Winchester church The engagement of Miss Julia Ste- cedure has the distinction of the only one to Clieeney Wilson, agod 15, is held at 3c. venson, daughter of tho Pixloy, 2:03J, has been bought by Bupport a foreign missionary at its own Hardin Is announced. Pinevilio for tho murder of Ids and Mr. Martin step brother. Ho put poison in somo Hamilton Disstou, of Pniladelphia, for expense. Mr. Hardin is a son of Hon. P. Watt $3,003. Prof. Robert Graham has resigned Hardin, and a professor in Hogsett sugar aud gavo it to the boy. Pony Beaziey, of Garrard, had three the presidency cf the Bible College at Academy, in Danville. The Marquis of Queensberry has In a Shoe and one that can not be excelled in wear by any Shoe, buy A Harrodaburg marriage has been been put under 500 bond to answer tho fine cattle killed by lightning Friday af Lexington to take eflct in June and ElEvery pair pray charge of criminal libel preferred by Os- turnoon. W. McGarvey haB been chosen to our "Perfection," made by Krippendorf, Dittruan & Co. der J. very appropriately celebrated alter John Johnson, of Boyle, bought in, fill the position. If there Is any time in life car Wild, as if anybody could libel Oser meeting. guaranteed. If a young man would be dressed in the latest and best tire West Eud a bunch of butcher cattle Rev. W. J. Holtzclaw at last tumb- fitting Clothes rriade, let him buy one of our suits made by Eahlman when a man Bbould :wk for Divine as- car. led to tbe fact that the Owensboro conJudge James Tevis, a prominent at 2J to 2Jc. sistance, it is on tho eve of just such in this country. Mr. Smith is the acA fine Btallion by G embetta WilkB gregation did not want him any longer, Smith & Co., the gnest artists a desperato undertaking. Louisville business man of Richmond and for 10 dam Pan See, with trial in 2:15, to farm bo he tendered his resignation, which knowledged cutter ol the country, and we sell you a good suit of years clerk of Madison county, dropped Times. was at once accepted. rights bride in Mich- dead in tho office of the Richmond Ho- out. Apply at this office. A clothes, well cut, well trimmed and well made for just what you Fob 8alk. Fifty shocks of good fodRev. William Marshall Linney, aged according to tho wedding no- tel of apoplexy. igan was, would pay for shoddy stuff. Come sec for yourself. 75, for many years a leading minfster in News comes by way of Lawrenco-bur- g der (with straw) to bo fed on the premtice, a member of eight secret soctetica the Southern Methodist church, is dead that all of Rov. Georgo O. Barnes' ises. F. M. Flenner, McKinney, Ky and eeyeral clubs and missionary organiMr. Hillenmeyer, the fruit raiser of Richmond, Va. He waa a resident of zations. She can't stay at homo many big tomato crop on Sanlbel Island, on uighta in the week, if she keeps up her which he was banking so heavily when Lexington, says strawberries ought to at Danyille for a long time, where be baa be planted in the spring and nover in brother and sister. membership. here, was killed by the freeze. A great revival is going on at thu John Johnson, under peace bond; thu fall. James Puyly, aged 75, and Mrs. Ilea W. Hambrick, of Georgetown, wl o head of Bear creek in Lee county. One ter West, 70, were married near Hopkins Chas. Fair, shooting with intent to kilt; persons have vllle. James Stamp?, tho groom's best Henry James, firing into a train, escaped was here yesterday says he sold to J. A. hundred and thirty-seve- n man, Is a widower for the second time, from jail at Middleshoro Friday .night, & N. W. Hambrick on Saturday 53 feed- been added to the church. Tbe Jackson Hustler sajB: "The work preparatory to his first wlfo being a daughter of Mr. by burning through the side of the jail. ers at J 17 50. The nice da s of last week brought tils rovival has been going on ever since Ida second wife, the daughter They tied to tho mountains. Puyty and Mr. J. E. Bruce has information of out tbe farmers with their plows and tho tbe great New Spring meeting in Lee of Mrs. West. Mine Etta Ycigor, sister of Mr. T. O. the death of his uncle, Thomas Graves, land in condition for it broke up like an county in August, 1893. Have just received a full line of Rev.J. A. McGarvey, of tho ChriB-thYeager, will be married at Montlcello, at Monticollo, Mo. He was a native of ash bank, after tho long fretze. Sales of a lot of 1,100 to 1,200 pound Sun-di- y George March-ard- , this county and married two aunts of church, preached a sermon last Mo., on the 20tb, to Mr. night in the Presbyterian church on a bank official. Mlsa Yeuger, who is Mr. Bruce. The last one, S3 years of ago feeding cittlo at 2, GO hogs at 3 to 3 here, was on a visit to her survives him, and is tho mother of Mr. and 1)0,000 pounds of hemp at 5 are re- tbe subject of Sanctification, and took a aunt, when Cupid shot his lore dart Haydcn J. Mcitoberts. Mr. Graves waa ported iu the Harrodsburg Democrat. stand decidedly againbt the new doctiine In Moscow at present they think aa preached by the modern Holiness 85 years of age. through her heart. nothing of asking from $150 to $500 for a preachers as being dangerous and de And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. The Magnolia is tho latest addition CRAB ORCHARD. good, horse of fair gait, moralizing. His sermon was a master Farmers needing any goods in this line arc invited to call and examine Kentucky journalism. It Is published to while for fast trotters prices are fantas- ful effort and has been very favorably Uniontown. It Is not a newspaper, at Wo are aorry to suy that Mrs. Clara our goods before purchasing. tic. commented upon. Pineville Messenger. but was started for tho purpose of pro- Singleton is again on the sick list. Dogs got into I. Shelby Tevis' bheep moting "matrimony. Put an nd. for a At Dayton, O., Sunday, Rev. S. W. Mr. Alex Lusk delivered two temwlfo in its columns and the perance lectures in our town last week. tbe other night and killed six and wound Hoover was preaching from the text: husband or ed one. Mr. Tevis then begun war on "Whatsoever a man bows that shall ho proprietors guarantee you will get what Rov. R. M. Campbell will fill tho dogs and killed five and wounded reap," and at tbe conclusion of declarayou want. pulpit at the Christian church next Sun- tho one. Occasionally loveenterain the inatrl day. tion, "Oneby one they are passing over," Henry of Navarre, Byron McClel-land- placed his band over his heart and Btated monlal alliances of American women and Miss Bessie Magee has returned greav thoroughbred, has been that be felt very ill. His wife and a titled foreigners. At New York, Friday, home after several weeks stay at Livingscratched In the Ullman Handicap. He number of persona nearest tbe pulpit Kdward d'Uulby, ol Koti,e, ston. Count Jean will bo retired to the stud after this sea- sprang to bis rescue and assisted him to and Franceoca Monti, the Boston beauty, We are glad to see Mr. Tomtnle and HUSTONYIULE, KY. were married. Ho has plenty of money. Miss Bessie Carson out, after several son. a lounge. He died a few momenta later It would seem that our bens ought of heart failure. "My face is my fortune, sir," she said. weeks' illness. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolueges we need, but they Rev. Joseph B. Cottrell, one of the tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imHer worldly possessions aro very limi of Lancaster, to lay all tho Mies Nannie Harris, 11 months ending with most widely known preachers in tbe ted. possible to a great many people but I will pay toll coming to my store pent Sunday with tbe family of Mr. J. don'l. For tho They bavo "onion socials" in Potsdam, U. Stephens. Miss Hattio Jones, of Gar- November ISO J there were 1,440,124 doz- Kentucky Conference of tbe Methodist not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive N. Y. One of a number of young ladies rard county, after a pleasant visit to her en imported into tbe United States. Episcopal Church South, was drowned in the next few days. "Out of 1,500 cattle on my place," Wednesday in Lake Dora, at Tavares, standing In a row bites a young onion, cousin, Miss Lottie Dillon, baa returned 1 and the young man who guesses which homo. Messrs. Will and Joe Brooks writes a ranchman of Manville, Wyo., Fla. He was seized with an epileptic is the biter is allowed to kiss all tho oth- were tbe pleasant guests of their mother, "40 Bteera from one to two years old attack while fishing and fell into the waA good black slicker Si. 25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth $3. er girls. Those who fail kiss the onion ttio past week. Mrs. Mattle B. Stapp was have been pulled down by wolves, and ter. He has long suffered from such ateater. The enterprising market garden- c tiled tq Louisville by the illness of ber the rest rnn so hard that they are in poor tacks aud bis condition haa been tbe Black cape Mcintosh $3. 75 worth $5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c Boy's knee pant suits for ers of Potsdam are arranging to raise on father, Prof. Broadhnrat, who is at the shape to stand tbe weather." anbject of much solicitude. He waa a for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. 1 40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' round. The horse season is nearly upon us man of great force of character and 6;c. Si. 10. ions all the year point of death. Dr. Walter Beaziey is with bis parents again and the prospect ia that it will be though he was regarded as slightly un- and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2. 50 to S7.50, worth $5 to Mrs. John O. Haynea drowned her spending several weeks Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor much more lively than last year. An ad. orthodox, he was held in high esteem by Si 5. self near Spottavllle. Mrs. Haynea had at this place. in this piper and Borne" cards or bills will church and people. for S12.50 to S15. former price i8to 25 dollars. These goods made long been ill. Becoming crazed from Wuibky Din it. Life is, after all, but help you materially. Remember that Rev. G. W. Ferryman, who married are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. during the suffering, she left her bed aBeriesof living pictures, and, like the we are prepired to servo you better than Misa Sallle Waters, a daughter of Mr. S night aud barefooted made her way I George R. Waters, has just celebrated track across the desert, it is strewn with ever. 300 yards to a pond in which wr about 1S91 developed 332 new the sixth anniversary of bis pastorate at Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know The year tho whitening skeletons of thoao who bout six feet of water, and throwing have fallen by the way. And yet, with 2:20 trotters, of which 107 were now Newport. The church has been greatly that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them herself therein, was drowned. all this, if there aro any of us who profit atandard performers, and 225 had pre- blessed under his ministry and although silk shirt waist unTho Federal Judges in their recent by these examples, they are as few as viously entered the 2:30 list. Of former be has had tbe assistance of no evange- lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have said to have conference at Cincinnati are presidential appointments in Kentucky. 2:20 trotters 145 lowerodjjtheir records, list, he baa received 400 into the church. in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of joined in a letter to Marshal ;Blackburu, Here is a man in Louisville, the grand- making in all 477 nowrecordoin the 2:20 During the time be has proached 1,020 check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for sharply criticising him for certain moth sermons, married 127 couples and preach-o- d son of a president, a graduate of Annap- trotting list. half price oda in conducting tho business of bis W. I. Caldwell & Sou can discount the funeral sermons of 200 of bis olis, a man who haa received the highest Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They and instructing him to make the honors for heroic conduct, who has mov- anyone so far heard of on the lamb ques- flock. He baa been greatly assisted in for tho proper transchanges necessary are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. ed in the most exclusive society, magnifi- tion. They Bayed 84 lambs from 53 his work by bis wife, of whom tho Covbusiness of the courts. action of tho AIGreat Papain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. IS cently educated, accustomed to all that ewea. There were three sots of triplets ington Commonwealth Bays: Mrs- Per Tho chiefest beauty of thoaecrot money, influence and high birth could and all alive. These gentlemen just bad ryman is a woman of rare gifts, and with worth S3. SrTh sequel Buy and sell for Cash;"1' balloi is tho opportunity it gives every beatow, and yet ho is y an appli- a Bhed for tbe sheep to go in and out aa her sympathy in the work and her deJAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. man to voto his honest sentiments and cant for tbe position of policeman iu one they pleaaed. Advocate. votion to every organization of tbe cburcbi lio about it altorwards, without the reA good crowd attended court yestermuch of the great work done may be atof the public parks of Louisville. That motest possibility of being caught. which (bored Noah floored him, and the day, but business waa very dull. Of the tributed to her splendid talents. Glasgow Times. public steps backward aud casta the veil 50 odd cattle on the market about half John Heltz, who escaped from the of pity over him even as the sons of the wero sold. Butcher stuff was dull at 2 Clara Louise Kellogg, whose sweet We are now offering the best Vapor penitentiary at Frankfort five years ago, erring patriarch covered the faults of to 2Jc: there was a demand for feeders voice once charmed two contnents, ia waa arrested at Pittsburg, Pa. He was Stove made. With six years' experiand a few changed hands at 3.10 to 3jc, llv'ng in New York in comparative povtheir father. Times. working on a uewspapor and his signaence it has not had a single explosion. Mules brought $30 to $13 and plug horses erty. Once the waB worth nearly $ 1,000,-00When the day is set in a frame of gold, were not wanted at any price. A bunch ture on cartoons led to bis arrest. We guarantee every stove we put out, but it has all been swept away by And color runs riot with musical Tho trial of Marshal Feeny for shoottake it to your house and show you its unfortunate business ventures. of ewea was withdrawn at $1.70. ing Thomas Graves while resisting arrest When sounds, of tho heart are easily Twenty-onsimplicity. hundred tons of foreign 'CBPsaHMRPSVll A. Login Denny, of Danville, has the joys at Richmond has been continued till told, placed bis fancy saddle nnre, Frances P. sugar havo juat been destroyed in BosMonday next, to await the result of And happiness seemingly knowa no in the hands of Nelson H. Rowland, of ton harbor. Now let a cargo of condensReferences. J. W. Perrin, William bounds, Graven' wounds. Lexington, who will work her until tbe ed milk meet the same fate and there Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. I want a friend. Tho hoist house of a gold mlno at fair season opens. Mr. luwland ts con- will be tea already made for tbe millions. G. Waller, B. K. Wearen, J. W. WalWhite Oaks, N. M., waa burned early But when tho twilight hour is framed in sidered by many horsemen to bo the Louisville Times. lace, J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Earp, W. F. imgray, Sunday morning. Kight men aro When shadows come creeping along best saddlo horao trainer in tboStato, McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. WithThe Frankfort Capital thus salutes the prisoned below aud imvo probably been and with this splendid material to work life's wall; ers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. conquering hero of the republican party: suffocated. When tho heart grows weary of stifling on, he should make Fracccs P. a dangerWe are heart and soul for you for the SrSee the best Stove on earth beIn a fight near Alexander, Allen its pain, ous competitor in any ring. Mr. Denny And sadncsa wraps mo about with its republican nomination, Brer Bradley. fore buying. county, over tho possession of a horse, has several times refused $500 for this pall, We are loaded for you, Brer Bradley; so Yankeo Robinson cut Daniel Blaka to mare. I need a friend. a every democrat in tbe death. An infant bon of Mrs. Susan Thomp- State, Brer Bradley. You are going to Thomas Malone, of Oarrollton, waa The Stanford iNrKnton Journal has to deuth catch plain, unvarnished hades, Brer found dead in hiB corn crib, thu corn passed tho 23d milestone in its period of son, of Ilusoull villa, was burued by sparks of Ore falling iu its crib. Bradley. Your plurality will bo 50,000, having caved iu on him and suffocated existence, and is today as it Iibb been nit, Brer Bradley. during the past 20 yours under the able him. Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. m a for Nelson Richards, ngod 10, is in jail management of the Waltons, one of tho The best salve in the world sores,cuti, brumes, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tetter, chapMrs. Tupenuy I've discharged the sores, at Logansport, Ind., for attempting to brightent and best papers in the State. ped hands, rnilblains. corns and all skin eruptions, It positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is new cook. and burning his house. Midway Clipper. kill bis lather guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money Mr. Tupenny What in the thunder refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For sale by did you do that for? She's the best cook Four Biff Succeasoa. A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. A woman's life can bo divided thus: ife m a Having tho needed merit to more than make we ever had. Tho age when she dances but does not good all the advertising claimed for them, the fol- A Million Frlendd. Mrs. Tupenny Yes, I know doar, but wioif four remedies have reached daro to waltz, it ia boring; the Bge when ale. Dr King's New Piscouery, a phenomenal A friend In need Is a friend indeed, and not lest for comump Is keceiyinf His one million have found to waltz, it ia sura- - turn, Coughs and Colds, each bottle cuarantecd-Klectr- than King's New Discoveryjuatforsuch a friend in the stupid thing didn't know a scandal she dunces and darea Consumption, Dr. Bitters, the great remedy for Liver Stom- Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this about a single family in town. mer the age when she dances nut pre ach and Kidneys, fiurklen's Arnica Salve, tho great CoughMedicine. one trial will convince you world, and Dr. King's New Life : : : fers to waltz, it is autumn; finally, when best in the a perfect pill. All these remediesFills, that it has wonderful curative powers in all dit -aro The proposed Bradley club at Lex which aro s ol tbe Throat, Ches and dances no longer, it ia winter, that guaran;eed to do Just what is claimed for them eas " guaranteed to do all tthat isLungs. Each bot ington has fallen through for lack she claimed or mon of dealer whose name Is attached herewith tlel bottles refunded. rigorous winter of life. Mme. de Girar-di- and the glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A eywlli bedrugstore. Trial bottles free at A. R membership. Goods Warranted and a Perfect,Fjt Guaranteed. Give me call. wi.l be Large 50c aud $1. Pennj 's Drug There is flothtog e Vice-Preside- nt Vice-Preside- IF YOU WANT A FIT wo-nan'- s HUGHES & TATE. FLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. n well-know- n Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. light-harne- ss 's James Frye, OLoma:in5rc3-- IDIRIESS O-OOID- of-lic- e, - to-da- New Process Vapor Stoves 0, e well-inform- W. H. "Wearen & Co. rUG.RUPLEY,-- ic SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. o. K. i'cnav'a Store. i tr-- ' - - r ." V 'C I") I f L P r if v IS ? U Harrison is suffering Col. Ion B. Nam,, editor of the Farnv president of the from acute bronchitis. nr's Ilonm Journal, Ky. Capt. Ralph Sheldon, ex Register of Kentucky Press Association, candidate Office Up SjalnS First Door East or McKobfor commissioner of agriculture ami said tho Land Ollice, died at Louisvillo of ens' Drutf Store. 12. 1895 by the New York Sun to bo the lt pneumonia. SrANFORD. Ky., - March Rov. Thomas Dixon, Jr., has resignman in the United States, was prosecuting his canvass ed his pastorate at Now York, to become hero yesterday V. P. WALTON. The stockholders ol the Dinville & I'rab Or- and making many friends. IIo tells us an ovangelist. thu chard Two horse thieves o( tho Choctaw tional piko are requested to meet t HA FirstAPR. , that ho is receiving great encouragement Bank. In Stanford, on SATl The realization of every close buyer's dreams of his money's worth 6,,1895. for the purpose of lwi,K..rtI:?'.Vr that Col. Wood' on every hand and that ho is very much nation wero burned to death in a cabin th e emulnc year , rv mimh ear W JALK is found here. We have no time for long harangues, the goods to stand persuaded that he will be the next nom- rather than submit to arrest. rrtxiuent i.im lord Dunlap'fl determination not speak for themselves. Why they fairly talk to you from our show Three hundred and ten negroes from Brad- inee for the ofllco ho seeks. Col. for secretary of State because Mississippi and Arkansas, bound (or Lii window. Every word here carries a weight you can't overlook. Why ran in a suap convention on ley's men As will be seen by the oilicinl action of beria, sailed from Savannah Saturday. of the redelay? Wc know we arc right. You can I J biin, will endanger the success Ire to sell Having decided the democratic committee a candidate The Tennessee committeo on the privately all of my to no to farmUk,' nroperts at (lowland, consist-in- s publican ticket, if it does not entirely for the Legislature is to b3 nominated at of a Kood, new dwelling of j ro ms, supplied disposed of 29 send it to the domnition bowwows. It a county convention to held hero on 13th Governor's election has ork. 1 he with water Irom ths Stanford Water counties and 37 more are yet to be inves- lot on which tho house stands ceitalns was very mean in Col. Bradley not to of May, of an acre and Ilea Just outside of the town limits delegates are to bo tigated. to which of Rowland. The outhoures are numerous and in have consulted the wishes of this em named at district conventions held at 3 a new store room josio located The boiler of an engine attached to n repair. Also Crab Orchard and "Cut OH" yet rue the bryo statesman, and he may thoforkiof the May 11. No person has a Pennsylvania railroad passenger train pikes. A splendid sttnd for one desiring to en- Woodford G. Dun-la- r. M. Saturday inadverteuze. Col. In the mercantile business Also a vacant 36 inch towl, fancy border, 5c. yet made formal announcement of his exploded, killing one and fatally injurLadies' plain black and fancy hose, is a power in politics and if Col. ot on Shanks Ave. In Rowland. The aboe decandidacy, but at least four men are anx ing another. scribed property cost me $i, US, cash. I will sell 5c. Calico 5c. Apron check ginghams 4 tc. Dress ginghams Bradley shall fail to placate him and Ret it for $l joo $oo cash, balance In 6 and n months ious for the lightning to strike them. The Pittsburg and Cincinnati Pack- For further informatiou call on or address, Ladies ribbed vest 15c, worth 25c. Silk finished suspenders 15c, the benefit of his name on the State tickJ H HILTON Rrwlaml, Ky i itn Andes, et, we are sure ho will never succeed in Carlisle Mer et Companys passenger "teamer worth 35c. Lace Curtain that cannot be touched elsewhere for less We are indebted to the rolling up that 50.000 majority. Col. cury and sovoral other papers for highly burned to the water's edge Sunday than jSi.50 at 1. Bradley, you are a goner unless you can complimentary notices of tho Interior night. Loss $10,000. Let your l'Jintlnc, Papering and Ca'cimlnmK un It would Beom that there wern til you see lleldea & Oeer We furnish firs class induce the wanderer to return by pour Jouhnal's birth-dawhich modesty pre class enough dead ducks about Washington material and guarantee, first Ky. work, or no ing your soul into his ear and singing: vents us from reproducing. We are tor. S'anford, unnecessary for the money. Address, Woody, dear Woody, come back to us thankful all the some for such good to have made it to leave the capital. now, words, even it we are not deserving of president Just received in blue, gray and red, for girls, boys and men at 15c, The weekly reviews of trade by Dun And belp us out o' this hole, them. Look at our Ladies' Dong. Pat. leather tip shoe for 90 I will go to any place whert there arc six or 20c and 25c. The ticket is "nit" without your dear and Bradstreet agreo that the general do tho work with the more cattle to Lehorn. name, Tax 53d Congress was not quite so busineea situation shows more improve- Lightnlrg Dehoruer. Can dehoru auy cow In cents. Our line of men's shoes is complete, ranging from 90c to 5. Pray don't leave ub out in the cold. thre: seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth reckless with the public funds as Reed's ment than for some time past. Men's suits, $5, $7, $10. cut, dots not crush nor break the horn, as the Children's Suits 75c, $1, $1.50 to $$'. humane way docs. has juot been billion dollar Congress, but it didn't miss If all accounts be true, the Tennes- clipper Does It Is the only animal like lode These styles arc copied direct from the An extraordinary case the saw, not punish the horn tried at Minneapolis, whic'i resulted in a it far. Estimates show that during the see State prison has beon turned into a and the wound gets well as quick again as that call having made by the saw. For further information, rCy. yerdict of death against the defendant! two years of its existence it appropriated lying-i- n hospital, a dozen infants on G. A. PKYTON, Stanford, during the last two See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. ioi. been born there who was not charged with the murder. 1990,338,091. years. To obtain the insurance money, Harry SALE OF FOR THE LEGISATURE. The Ohio Military Commission Hay ward had Miss Catherine Ging mur And are exceptionally well made for the price. If you don't think CoL Colt on tho position he took in dered, the man who did it claiming that District Conventions May llth and County we can sell you cheaper, just go elsewhere and examine suits, then firing upon the Washington Convention May 13th to Nominate by threats, a singular influence and a come and sec us. Wc guarantee to undersell any clothing merchant been approved mob, and the report his The undersigned committee will on a Candidate. strange power ho was hyprotized into McKinley. by Gov. doing it. For cold bloododnees, deliber1895, in Stanford. At a meeting of the democratic com. April Tho extravagance of a republican Monday,ay, sell publicly In front of the Stanation, nerve and premeditation, the tes- mittee held at the in County Court CLOTHING. Wc arc prepared to fit you up in any price suit e d or In Stanford, Ten timony presented a plot more fiendish ford Mondaj, March llth, 1S95, a quo- Legislature is about to bankrupt the ty liondsof thedenomination olijoo Lincoln coun- from each, bearing S3 on up. Look at our line of Tailoring samples, 500 different and devilish than even the most imagi- rum being prosent, M. F. North was so State of Now York. Its appropriations 6 percent, from date and payable annually ist ol July. The oonds are to mature in ao years styles tO Select from and 300 Special DailtS Samples at prices ranging up to March 1 exceed $30,000,000, and. day native novelht could concoct. The trial lected as secretary pro tern. ' with privilege reserved of payine them after to the work goes 'bravely on. ve,. from $4.50 to $7. a month and created lasted more than j'cummins' The following resolution was adopted, James T, ,Brl?r' a?a.Ml"UtnA 1 Intense interest all over the country J ": CARPET AND MATTING. We have just received a full line of Committee. has gone those that believe in the power of hypnoit is the sense of this keeper in the Indiana House, Resolved. That Carpets and Mattings and wc have bought them so wc can sell them crazv in consenuenco of his excitement tism, being especially interested. committee that for the purpose of nomiJ. W. IlA.1 C.IIMAS at prices which arc in easy reach of all. oyer tho partisan struggle in the Legisla M. S. IiAl'GIIMtN. Come, in and see them. to represent Lincoln high nating a candidate ture for the control of patronage Thb bill to prevent ladies wearing county in the next Legislature of KenThe steamer Longfellow, struck a bate in theatres having failed of passage tucky. disLrict conventions be held at ii Legislature, a statesman pier of the O. and O. bridge in leaving in the Missouri I'KOrSIITOHSthe various districts in Lincoln on tba Cincinnati,, filled rapidly and sunk. Two who wants to send bis name ringing of May, 1S95, at the hour of 3 r. llth day & down the corridors of time has presented m., to select delegates to a county con- passengers, tho clerk and barkeeper TZTZ 500 tons had a bill to provide for a graduated tax on vention to be held at the court-houin were drowned. The boat not of freight. bachelors of f 10 for those who are - - Kentucky. Stanford on the 13th day of May, 1895, A fire which started six weeks ago married at 30 yoars to $75 at 55 years. at 1 p. m. That thw district conventions A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprictois, II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but As the money is not to go the old maids be held at the following places and are in one of the collieries of the Lehigh T; D. RANEY, Manager. leave our stable. Ste us and as there are many who could not entitled to the number of votes as herein Valley Coal Company is still burning! for rates. turnouts will In our check-inand aside from the loss by fire, the marry if they would, the bill if enacted indicated: Branch Stores. HARNESS SHOP of the flimes and refitting of the will prove such a hardship that the old Each of the Stanford voting places You will find a good assortment of Harness, BriCynthiana, fellows will be bound to raise an insur- three each; Crab Orchard, No. 1, 3; No. 2 mines maj cost $1,000,000. dles, Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, it will be class legislaAt Irvine, Barnett Plowman was our man, he understands his business. We have a Virsaillcs, Ky.JandMackport,Ind. rection. Besides our No. 1, 2; No. 2, 1; No. mechanic in 3; Wayneaburg, tion, in comparison with which the in 3, 1; Hustonville, No. 1, 3: No. 2, 2; No. incarcerated in the county jail charged BLACKSMITH SHOP. with the betrayal of Martha McKinney. come tax law is the climax of constitu- 3, 3. Total 29. work and satisfactory for trial he Will guarantee When the case was called tionality. prices. Try our horse shoer. The committee then adjourned. demands of the law and of satisfied the L. L. Dawson, Chm'n. Tub Hon. W. O. Ifradley has announc Martha by marrying her then and there. M. F. North, Sec'y. 'Bread is the Staff of Life" ed that he will carry the State by 50,000 The argument in the bank cases to majority for governor. This sounds very THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. Bettle whether the banks shall pay 75 NEWSY NOTES. much like he is talking through his hat, cents per $100 on their property, instead have oc- of being taxed as other property, has Two deaths from small-pobut when we remember that he told us This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you before the election his party would elect curred at Lexington. been concluded and the court of appeals want the very best materials, you can not afford to overlook our G and possibly more Congressmen in this Gen. A. J. Gross' home at Holt's will soon render a decision. Should it PSSSS- stock. State, we are forced to put a little more Bottom, was destroyed by fire. be against the banks it will put $110,000 predictions than formconfidence in his The Woman's Suffrage Bill passed in the treasury. erly. The democrats have no child's the Housa in Maine by a vote of SO to 55. The Japaneso continue to press forplay on their hands. Col. Bradley is in A new telegraphic invention will ward in North China. The coast forls The best is not too good. earnest and he will give ub all the troub convey 2,000 words a minute over the near New Chwang have been reduced, ' le we need, though we have no idea he wires. and 10,000 Chinese were defeated tt Four-yewill be elected. old Willie Staley choked Thien Chwang Tai after a fierce fight. Quality and, price arc right. to death on a grain of coffee at Nobles-vill- Tho Chinese are said to have lost 2.0CO Gov. Matthews goes right along vetoInd. killed or wounded, while the Jnpaneio ing all tho vicious legislation that is beThe Idaho deadlock was finally bro- loss was only 00. ing enacted in Indiana, and assigning . of Senator George ken by the The frionds of Johu H. Grimes, of excellent reasons for his action, but as L. Shoup. Harrodflburg, are urging him to become the Legislature is overwhelmingly reTwenty-on- e thousand miners are a candidate for the democratic nomina publican, but little attention is paid to now on a strike for higher wages in the tion for the Legislature. Tho Harrode-bur- g fcSsrAhvays Reliable. him, and tho bills are easily passed over Pittsburg district. Democrat eays that if Mr. Grimes Mnko the LIGHTEST BREAD, his veto. Judging from the daily news Frederick R. Sickels, inventor of the concludes to make the race his platform paper reports there neyer was a greater SWEETEST CAKES, Corliss engine, died in his ollice at Kan- will be: "McCreary for Senator and free aggregation of knaves, fools and rascals WHITEST BISCUITS. Landrcth's Sole Agent. sas City, Mo., of heart disease, turnpikes for Mercer county." than the body that is now making laws The Kremlin Sporting Club, of for tho Hoosier State. For Salo by Two Witty Replica. Kremlin, O. T., has offered $35,000 for WendoU Phillips was a friond of l fight. : : Judge Tiiomtson, at Louisville, decides the Bntlor and was fond J. J. Glenn, editor of the Madison-vill- e everybody in responsible of attacking law is constitutional and that the Sunday positions, in Dralerin General Merchandise, s Hustler, has announced his candi- that most trying period for those in auguilty of violating holds - it, but they will appeal and in the mean- dacy for Register of the Land Office. thority nt Washington, tho war. Jndgo A new color iB announced called Hoar resontod tlioso attacks on men time run wide open on the Lord's day. There is no necessity for a saloon at any "Pharaoh." It is a yellowish shade of red whom ho know and respected, and tho used in spring millibroach was not narrowed by a bitter rhetime, especially on Sunday, but there is and will be much nery. torical attack of Phillips 011 tho judge many other occupations, and the for GOURIER-JOURNA- L Rov. Elijah Teller, of Logan county, himself. Ralph Waldo Emerson sided judge dismissed the warrants against the with tho jndgo, and when Phillips Is a ten paga eight column democratic newspaper. anitelegraph and telephone companies, all W. Va , was torn to pieces by wild mals while taking a walk around his presently lectured iu Concord and wish- It contains tho brat of everything going. HEN-RAt the Drug Store of newsboys, newspapers, hackmen, ed to call on Emerson tho poot refused WATTEBSON is the editor. keepers, livery stables farm. restaurant to rocoivo him. Phillips died firt-t- . Henty Beedle, of Millersburg, O., Somo 0110, probably not a resident of PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. and milkmen. fell dead while standing at the bedside Concord, mooting Jndgo Hoar, asked if Tho WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes to agent , and tree Tub effort to get Congressman Berry of his sick father, who also died a few ho meant to attend tho ftmoral. "No, " very liberal terms Sample copies 01gives paper premiums for clubs. the and to shy his castor into the gubernatorial seconds later. answered tho judge, "I don't, but I four page Premium Supplement sent fret) to auy THK HKUD OK " This need not bo taken to address. Write to dieda'borning. The Secretary Herbert has ordered the of it arena, seems to have colonel is a pretty large man, but e cruiser Releigh to Colon to protect Amer- imply that tho judgo nursed malico aft- ThoCOUrtlER-JOURNA- L CO. would be drawn mighty thin in spots, if ican interests in the IsthmuB of Panama er tho death of his enemy. It was simI.OL.ISVIU.K, KY. ply his humorous way of putting everyhe were to try to spread over trie whole during tho revolution. If. H. Bronaugh,!Pror, The sigOjcar Roth, suffering from an incur- thing. Tho constant u&o of his wit was Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, State, lie made tho effort onco and a habit ho could not lay asido at a moGrab ..Orchard, - - Kentucky. nally failed. A district is fully up to bis able disease, committed suicide in New ment's notice. It recalls Homo Tooko's . And Tho rsBlMsslssslsZ7VssRSK-York in order thatjthose who had nurs- irrovoront boninor, "Do you never go measure. 11 11 0 irti r ii t FlfiltlMl Courier-Journ- al to church, Jlr. Tooko?" askod tho arched him might get bis life insurance. StocV. Breeders secured doin t)ir Lett hrida In several different States. Correspondence Solicited. When a man makes a failure at law The Navy Department is now .'sup- bishop. "Novcr, " was tho grave roply, Will bo sent one year to any addicss (or COS 7C. and everything else he tries, he renouncW. P. WALTON. plying tho fleet in the, West Indies with and Tooko added, "Not that I moan Address 83 to say that thero is any harm in it. " es the world and tries the ministry Stmfj rd, Ky coal from West Virginia, and has saved Worcester Gazotto. Rhey Boyd, of Paducah, who has been a by the first experimental conpretty touch one in his day, is the latest $50,000 Wlu'ti Ktlicl Screamed. tract. verification of the fact. It is to be hopsTis mm k' Mnudo Ethel mado a frightful sceno Lieuc. Gov. Milnea, of Michigan, ed that he has not answered to another The Best and Latest Improved, has been nominated by tbo republicans iu tho dentist's ofilco yesterday. man's call to preach. Eunico Did sho? after 116 ballots, to succeed Congress Maude Yes. Sho had boon sitting iu COPYRIGHTS. Messenger says that th man Julius Caesar Burrows, who is now tho chair for nearly two hours enduring Tub Pineville CAN I OnTAIN A PATENT For a loves David Grant a Senator. in silenco tho niont dreadful tortures, Interior Journal answer and Mn bonest opinion, write to A woman'and baby were killed by when suddenly a mouse ran across tho Krompt iV CO., who liavo bad nearly H'ty years' Gol8on now that ho is elected. We alexperience In tho patent business, roiniuunlra. tlons strictly confidential. A llniulbooK of In. ways did like him. It was not that we the wreck of the Florida express on the room. Somorvillo Journal. formation concerning s'ntrntn and bow to ob And a Full Line of tain tuem sent free. Also a catalogue 01 mecnan. Col. Adams more Southern at Scotland, Ga, Many others loved him lees but leal and sclcntltlo books sunt freo. . Ills Vulnerable l'olnt. I'atenta taken through Munn & Co. rocelvo that wo wanted to see tho old soldier en- were hurt injtho disaster, which was the Magistrate You must bo subjected to special notlcoln tho fr cut lie Amrrlrnti. and deliberate work of fiends. thus aro brought widely bctorotbo public with, dorsed. groat many temptations, yon aro up put cost to tbo Inventor. This nplemlld paper. It is announced that Senator George a Issued weekly, elegant ly Illustrated, baa by far t bo boforo mo so often. largest circulation of any scientific work In tbo Tub now postmaster at Cynthiana is of Misslssippi.'willlretire at tho close of n year. rainnlt Call on Prisoner Dat'sdofao, boss. Dishero world. 8II Kclltlon. monthly. copies nont freo. llulldlng tL'tiu year, rilnglo womau. Her picture in his present term, when he will have am a world of temptations au trials copies, au Kvery number contains '!i cents.colors, and nbotngrapbs ofbeautiful plates. In new looks as much liko a completed IS years of service in the Sen- But do trials hit mo do hardest, boss. tho Courier-Journhouses, wltb plans, enabling builders to show tba latest designs anil securo contracts. Addresa woman. ate. Philadelphia Iuaulrer. man as it does a MUNN A. CO.. NEW YoitK, UU1 1!U(MDWAY. InteriqrJourkal semi- - Weekly DR. L. B. COOK, Stanford, - hand-somef- Turnpike Election. Why Put It Off! roasALE COME AND FIND OUT .yi p y, 20 Dozen Yacht Caps, Danorn 7our Cattl. -- DON'T 1 1895 SPRING PATTERNS sur-tai- ns Court-houe- Lincoln County Bonds, 8th, o court-hous- e Conrt-IIous- to-wi- t: M.S.&J.W.Baughman, se LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, ss SALE LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, first-cla- g first-clas- s x Ballard's OBELISK Flour & OILS. ar VARNISHES. e, vSIWi? C. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, Corbett-Fitzaimino- ns Gen-orn- J. FLORENCE, ealoon-keepor- Stanford, Kentucky. New Stock in Papers and Bulk. Faint. THE WEEKLY Buy Your Alatastine Wall Paper and bar-bar- s, Y Wo Bo M'lTOBERTBa I1LUE-C1IAS- o S 1 Durbc Jersey Red Swine Weekly 1 1 m M1 W O'BRIEN '. WAGONS, I I Harness of All Kinds. FARRIS & HARDIN. "ri ' te al HJiiMlirriin mill imtiimtjmmmtm unuan ill s sWtAs 4 as m. m au tT 2atisMtsMstf , Yrstbiiuay's wns tint Inwat court clny Wk aro tho great emporium for evcrowd, with thu lu.mt monuy evur in erything new. Sea our capes and wraps, Foil Salk. Hieyclo. Will hoII cheap Stanford. muslin underwear, Percile and lawn (orcaBli. Alilreni Ur 200, Stan lord. waisla and our lino of silk for waists. mm Stanford. Ky - March 12, 1895 Havb you Bahoains in watches, clocks, jjwolry AND SAVE MONEY. Ben our npriii cpes and and silverware at D.inks', tho jeweler. Hughes A Tato. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices niHilo flliirt wnists? ready named below Hughes & ''mark down" sil" this week. Old gold It will be observed that but one of our and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Machine E. C. Walton, business Manager TnK and silver taken in trade. correspondents sent ug any items this to be shipped direct from factory to purchaser: ' . . Tiiiikk nlco rooms over our Btnble.next ume anu mat one less than a stickfull. Thcldcril Sewing Machine $20. The Climax Sewing Machine S22 Si'aiiks from the chimney set fire to to Dr. Cook for rent. M. 8. A J. W. They always do it when we aro shortest The New Home, style two, X $23. The New Home, style three, S25. the roof of Henry Hester's house on tho v " DiiUKliinnn. copy and tho busiest, but we get there The New Home, style five, S28. Lancaster niko Sunday and but for tho all tho Bdine. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted New seeds, Northern Seed frish pota- timely asistanc4 of neighbors tho house Washington, March ll.-- To Wnlton, toes, Ac, Ac, at lliggina A McKin- - would likely have burned. As it was a for flVC years. I hrtVC the following Piann? nnrl Oronno wUirh T will ArPBARANCEs are decp'-Vand March Stanford: Haiti, wanner Tuesday. Har- ney s. sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are goodsiz'd hole in the roof was the only weather ppculiarly decoiving, but rington. damago. and the day before mako it begin Vllvl Go to Wilkinson's for your Spring to look like the time epoken of in tho PERSONAL POINTS. j hair cut. You can also gat a Col. W. O. P. Beckknhidok'8 lecture Songs of Solomon 2:11 and 12: "For ChickcrinEf, Hazelton. Bush & Mason & Hamlin, Mns. H. II. Danks is vieltiriK her sister bath, hot or cold. at Danville Saturday night was attended lo, the winter is past, tho rain is over Gerts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, 9 Chicago Cottage, nt Hiclunond. by about a dozin people from hero and and gone; the flnvers nppear in Jebbk I). Weaken has tho most popu visiKimball, Mips Dklia Givk.nb, of Boyle, is the hoilae was pretty well filled with earth; the tim of tho singing of tho Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince lar plan of fire insurance See him tho & Son. And Others. ting Mrs. J. C. Hays, Danville people. There were only sev- birds is come, placing your insurance. and the voice of tho turtle SoM on Easy Payments. Soeclal Attention ta Mall Ordcri. DwuiiiT Hoot, Jn , is back from a visit en ladies in the house though, five from is heard in the land." Pianoi and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I evto relatives at Dallas, Texas. er knew, who served n.any yesrs in factory learning his trade. All work warranted. The time for turnip greens draws on r Danville, and they were relatives or con Sewiog Machines repaired and warranted. Miss Octavia Sizemohk has been quite pac. Jowl, greens, poached eggs, ye uectio'nsof the lecturer. Those from hero Free turnpikes, like free lunch and P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Address, sick of broncho pneumonia. gods and little fishes what a dish speak in tho highest terms of tho elo- free whisky, sounds mighty nico to tho Mihs Lula Elrod, of Lexington, is quent production. man who wants everything free, but Somerset wants her public square orvisiting Miss Montio Hnrris. David U. Shields will close those who have to bear the brunt In The Hon. Mil. W. 8. Stonk, of Liberty, has been namented with a fountain and small park and private subscriptions are being the lecture course here Wednesday making them free do not tako so well to the Kucat of Mr. 0. K. Tato. night, March 20th. Tho club Is now over the idea. There are some pikes in this Mihs Mollis Montoombiiv, of Adair, made for that purpose. 125 behind and if tho good people do county, however, thr should be made is viaitiriR Mrs. II. 0. Murrell. A mono the many dress goods In stock Manicure Sets, Paper Knives, Book Marks, Match Safes, not come to its rescue on that night, it free and one is the Waynesburg. The Mim Allik Ukown, of Lancuter, has are 25 pitces all wool blacks, 25 pieces will be put still deeper in the hole. Wo county owns nearly nil tho Btock in it Embroidery Scissors, Belt Pins, Pocket Knives, Hat Marks, on a visit to rolatlves in this coun a'lks for waists, Court ltoyal Piques, been do not mind losing our part, but we dis- and tho road ia not much better than a Coat Marks, Cloak ty. Clasps, Veil Clasps, Card Cases, Umbrella Marks, Ducks, Percales and Ginghams. Sever like to see Elder W. E. Ellis and Clar- fair dirt road. Mhh. Will Fostkk and Mrs. Nellio Off ance A Son. Moustache Combs, Side Combs, Stick Pins, Hair Pins, Lock Braceence E. Tato have to walk up to the capIn tho county court yesterday the will ens, of Sotnoraet, aro visiting Mrs. J. A. Tub clouds prevented a full observa- tain's desk and settle. of Mrs. Mattie Dudderar, which leaves lets, Cravat Clasps, Belt, Neck, Garter and Scarf Buckles, Cuff Links, Allen. her estate to Mrs. Rebecca Haley, was Shoe Buttoners, Glove Buttoners, Tooth Brushes, Nail Files, Nail It G. Hail, cashier of tho Somerset tion of tho moon's eclipse Sunday night, The court day dinner, set by the La- probated. Some 10 citizens of Hanking Co., was hero on business Fat but the blackness of the darkness that Crab Or Scissors, and a thousand one articles too numerous to mention in UP overspread tho earth from the 8th to tho dies' Aid Society of the Christian church, chard sent a protest against the issual f urday. TO DATE NOVELTIES. was pitronizod beyoud their most sandistiller's license to J. W. James, but rs Mh. J. T. Dinton, of Loxington, has lltti hour showed that the astronomers guine expectations. Soveral hundred they were not sufficient in number, been visiting his sister, Mrs. Nancy had not reckoned in vain. people ere fed and given a splendid Judge Davison granted license. The Wearen. The city council at its meeting Thurs- dinner for the small price. The ladies Mh. J. D. Holdkiiman has secured a day night appointed Hon. It. C. Warren wanted more time, but the judge had in work like Trojtns during tho rutin position with tho electric light company a committee of one to investigate the held that they ehould have been ready I hey wern equal to tho occasion and but at Lebanon. condition of tho St. Asaph and the build- everybody whs well waited upon. It wos then and there. Mu. H. M. Hallou and family, of Lan ings that lino it and report. Mr. Sam worth the money to be served by such Circuit Court adjourned at a late caster, spent Sunday with Elder Joseph W. Menefee was appointed city tax col- pretty girls, to say nothing of the extenhour Saturday afternoon, after clearing fnmily. Iinllou's lector. sive bill of fare. the docket bb it has not been for a long Kiikn 1'kttus, of Somerset, is visiting TuxnE will bo a musical entertainment his brothers Will and Klchard Tettus, of TiiEcotree social given by the Young time. A rather singular state of affairs nt tho Baptist church at Crab Orchard Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian will exist at tl.o Lancaster court, which Gilberts Creek section. KjQ , llRB IUnext Thursday night. Admission 2,ri cts. church at MrB. T. J. Foster's Friday night began yesterday. Judge Saulloy's health J. MOKT. ltOTIIW'ELL, for adults, 15c for children. After the was a success financially, as welt as from ii so bad that he haa been advised to try for the Legisla nounced his candidacy entertainment refreshments will be serv- a social standpoint. Those who went the waters at Crab Orchard Springs for a Garrard county. ture in Mu. G. T. Jakvis, of Itarbourvillc, ed. A number of couples from here ex- expecting to be served a lunch and de- fw weeks and Judge J. W. Alcorn is part, were surprised tc find a reception acting in his stead, while Hon. W. If. spent Thursday and Friday with J. L. pect to attend. to do tho honors of tl.o Miller will represent Commonwealth's Jarvis, at Walnut Flat. As the grand jury took no cognlzmico committee ready of occasion and to make every one enjoy Attorney John Sam Owpley, Jr., who Mk. G. D. McCollum and children, of the barber shops keeping open on was called by telegram Sanday night to City, havo been visiting the Junction Sunday, it is presumed that they are re himself. It was really a most enjoyable Franklin, where one of Mrs. Owsley's Misses King in this county. garded as works of necessity. At any social event and all who attended will relatives is very sick. Mh. Daviii Dunn, of Doyle, has been rate they will run wide open in the fu- be glad to know that another will be givThe jury in the case of Isaac Hamil visiting his daughters, Mrs. M. S. Baugh ture and every man who cannot bIiavo en next month. ton vs. tho engineers, found a verdict at Lizzie Dunn, man and Miss himself will say, amen. Maktin Dillon, who has bandied noon Saturday of 5GG 50 in favor of Mr. . , Miusks. J. K. and Jack Uoltzclaw, baggage on this division of the L. A N. Hamilton, or about SSO lees than he sued Ovkh'JOO reserved Beats were sold with of Missouri, are visiting the former's son, of f jr. An appeal will be taken. Tho ver Frank HolUclaw, In the Hubble section. in an hour to the first performance of the since the time whereof the memory man hardly runs, ia now enjoying the diet is a big victory for Attorney P. M. John Uhioiit, of Louisville, spent Andrews Opera Company at Danville Sunday with his homefolks here. He next Friday evening, says tho Advocate. delights of being a hero. Sixteen years McRoberts, who almost ago he saved the lifo of a little girl at fought the large array of brilliant lawyers " will go to drumming the first of next It is the largest and best troupe that ever thought of on the other side. He put bis whole visited Little Britain. Seats can be re- Lexington. He had hardly month. week when he soul in tho coso aud made his client's Tux Kansas City World says that J served by writing to J. M. Cullins, man- the incident since till last was introduced to her, grown to be a cause his own. W. McCurdy, who married Miss Alma ager of the Opera House, or A. Logan beautiful girl, on the street in Louisville. Judge Saufiey decided in tho cases for Hays, gave bond for 1 1,200,000 and took Denny, druggist. The report doesn't say that she fell on city taxes against a number of citizens of of the county collector's ofl'ico chargo JuiuiK Saukley is scrupulously jealous his neck and wept, but if old Mart Stanford, that lands within the town's last Monday. of the dignity of his court and will per- hasn't lost his cunning, he got at least a limits used solely for farming purposes Kxv. F. T. McIntihk was called to kiss or two for his life saving act. could not be held for taxes. He eali1, Nicholas county Saturday by a message mit no ''projecting." The other day the hour for dinner arrived while Tom Morhowever, that had tho reside ices and stating that his grandfather, M. David There waa an unusually suddtn curtilages been assessed separately f'otn old gentle- gan w oi on tho. witness stond. "Come Mclntire, was very ill. The back as soon as the bell rings," said the change in tho weather Friday afternoon. such lands, he would have giyen judgman is nearly 05. judge to him. "All right, brother, I'll The sky was bright and tho atmosphere ment in favor of the city. MiSflKS Jknnik and Maiiir Waiuikn! redolent of spring time, when almost in Mr. G. L. Penny, trustee of the jury ol Stanford, are visiting their aunt, Miss bo here," said Morgan and for his familiarity he waa promptly lined a twinkling black clouds gathered in the fund, says the juries cost $732 during the Jennie Duncan. Mies Maggie Bright is West and in a few minutes a regular term just closed, which is about the av I. tho guest of MIsh Lizzie Thompson. blizzard, with thunder and HghtniDg erago for the short term. Lancaster Itecord. To Tkaciibhs. I havo just been in- rain, hail and snow accompaniments, MitH Mattik IIoslky, who has been formed that tho Stato treasurer will pay was prevailing. Tho mercury went down NEW ADYERTISKMKNTH. teaching at Willow Grove lull of balance yet due you by April 1st. rapidly and by night the ground wes has moved her school to a house in her Thu other half (5 per cent ) not certainly father's yard, bo ah to mako it more con sooner than July let. Please do not give frozsn and tho nir very penetrating. SI'RINCJ AND SUMMER. venient to a number of her pupils as any more orders on tho county superin- Somo trees were blown down here, but if tho lightning struck we haven't heard well es to hrrself. tendent with the expectation of having o Something to Beautify the Ladies. Grn. 1. W. Hahdin wna hero a short them paid before those dates mentioned, where, except tho cupula of tho at Lancaster. tiuio Friday, apparently full of confi and not then if you can possibly wait for Nothing on the market like it. Daily oponinitig. Now Hatt, flowers and laces With all the Latest Improvements. dence that he nil! win the nomination tho money. W. F. McClary, superin We Cut in Two. Friday as No. 23, the find ivo tho aiiDrance to the trade that they will Our Motto is abllshmcnt the Bjme excluiiveness in our far governor. Gen. W. O. Bradley was tendent. Southbound passenger traio, waa tearing in ityle of ei patterns, hats and bonnets and all the also here, but they did not meet. Per down tho grade at Gethsemine to moke leading novelties in Millinery for which we aic Got ri- and Got. Friday afternoon up lost time, Engineer Din Sdxton saw known throughout the country. hnps they will meet often on tho husttimmpr fcr the ica hate secured a Thanking respect lor past favors, tings before the idea of November next. the skits wore suddenly overcast with an object lying on the track around a ion. solicit youi youtronjge heretoforewc literally fully n to storm clouds, darkness hoyered around M. D. DUDDr.RARbcst.wed. Mr. Jamfh A. llAimis and wifo are viscurvo about 100 yards ahead. He blew KATE DUDDERAR, Manager. Try one and be convinced. iting their great grand daughter, Miss and the ominlous thunder and lightning tho whistle, applied the air and reversed, Nancy Elizabeth Yeager, at "Fair View." vied with tho winds in making people but tho momentum of 40 or 50 miles an Ho. 2917. Mr. Georgo II. Bruce has contracted believo that tho end wos near. Mr. P hour was too great and he could only REPORT OB' THE CONDITION with Tennyson, West & Sons for tho M. Mcltobcrts was addressing n jury in succeed in slowing up a little before tho erection of n reBldenco on his lot on his most silvery tones and Judge- Saufiey pondcrouB machine had dashed into, was listening in a tired sort of a wayi what ho now saw was, Uarrodaburg Avenue, near tho the body of a man, when a blinding Hash of lightning camo' It was cut completely in twain and the THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. Advocate. Forgetting for once his dignity and al- man doubtless will never know what In the Stato of Kentucky, at tho close of business most forgetting to adjourn court, the killed CITY AND ViniNITY. him. It is supposed that ho woe March 5, 1845. judge stood not on the ordor of his go drunk as he was lying on the track with A kkw elegant lamps choap at Danks'. ing but went out at once, with every- a jug of whisky by him. Capt. Peter O. RESOURCES. Nmv and extensivo lino of neckwear body elso from tho building, unmindful Kenaker tolls us that ho took tho body of the fart that the grand jury had just Loans and discounts f 10,563 85 The Very Latest and Most Approved Styles in atShanks'. to the station, but it had not beon iden. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,511 18 said it was as Bafe as any in town. Tho titled at last accounts. n,;oo co U.S. Ilonds to secure circulation IlAMiiunaaand inoertings in great var- Btorm waa quite sovere for a time, tho Hanking House, furnlturoand fixtures. 1,000 co iety at Shanks'. rain fell in torrents and a prizo snow 3,01159 Marshal Nkwland worked a pretty Duo from National Hanks . followed, but it was Boon ovpr and slick trick on James Coffey's wifo tho Dus irom State Uanks and Hankers-.- .. 9,43016 Hbad Penny's big ad. and follow the Btorm 14,131 35 tho scared jurist, barristers and jury re- other day. Coffey is a colored man who Due from approved reserve agents advico. It's good. Checks and other cash hems n 64 turned to the works for E T. Penco and who haa a pe- Notes of other Nat. Il.inks.. 3,734 00 HI Ik you want good, cheap and stylish currency, nickels and Oait. Jknks DieMiBBKD. After 20 culiar fondness for chicken. Mr. Pence Fractional paper Hats in Black and White. Nice Assortment of College and cents 9 co Stetson's shoes go to Shanks'. had missed some chickenB before, but years of Bervice, interrupted only by Specie 11,090 00 v Yacht Caps in all Colors. kept "mum" about it and the other Legal tender notes , 1,000 00 11,090 00 Conbtaiilk T. J. Benedict is rejoicing about 18 months during Cleveland's first had morning he found several moro missing, Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 1 administration, Capt. II. B. Jenke, chief ovor thb arrival of aaon. 561 50 5 per cent, of circulation railway mail clerk on this division, has Ho also found a walking cane in his hen Ladies, don't clotho your feet until had to walk tho plank. Tho chargo ia house, which he brought to town aud Total $167,678 37 you boo our perfection ehoe. Hughes & offensive partisanship and wo suppose it gave to Mr. Newland, who with this clue LIABILITIES. After some inquiry he Tato. can bo easily auBtaiued for tho captain is set out to work. , $50,000 00 Capital stock paid in was iuformed that it was Coffey's cano Surplus fund..', republican as you 11,000 co A labor lino of ribbon of overy width, about as and going to his house asked his wife if Undivided profits I,8j3 13 overy color, every abode and overy kind, will meet with in a day'a travel. Ho waa it was not her husband's property. She National Hank notes outstanding 11,15000 Dealer In- a capital officer though and we regret to just received at Shanks'. 3,616 46 was and then the Due toother National Hanks- . go. Mack Lee, of Rusflellville, quickly ropliod that it see him and Hankers 333 a3 to bring him the chick- Due to Stato Uankssubject to Fiiikb will happen, bo place your in- - will succeed hlm.i check...... 79,69) 40 Individual deposits It ia eaid that the cap marshal told hor Burance with.JeBBO D. Wearen. Ho rep- tain will go to firming, wuon ho'll have ens Coffey had brought home the night Total $167,678 37 before. Sho denied having any chickens, resents tho beet companies. plenty of time to aiug: r t but when "Brother" threatened tOBoarch Cashier I, Call at Jesse D. Wearen'a and look at Oh, I was Capt. Jenks, of tho hbrso ma- tho Iioubo sho admitted that they had Hank,J,doV. Mocker,swear that of the above named solemnly the abote statement rines, cheapest and prettiest lino of cloththo But I'll make moro tnonoy raising turnip eaten two for breakfast acd that tho oth is trnc to the best of my knowledge and belief. ing Bamples ever displayed in Stanford. J. W.HOCKEK, Cashier. greens. era were cut up and almost ready for My strong partisanship gave Grover of- dinner. ThiB makes ft pretty clear case Subscribed and sworn to lietore me this ;th Onk of tho bloodhounds belonging to TTST. fense, Dudderar and others, died But I'll speak my sentiments now aud against Coffey and his love for fowl will day ol Mar., 1893. J. II. IIOCKBK, N. I. L. C. TJol. W. H. II. Hrown, ) likely cause him to serve a term in the V hence, Friday of distemper. The other ona Is Directors. I. V 1'owell, W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. T. J. Roiiinson, J I am captain of thegrangers. pen. For sick with it. also iiMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Tnv D.nkB, the optician' .. t npec'a. 3 jr.fci.xfs 0B,GA3TS: ! ye8-terda- y VJ first-clas- s PIAITOS: bo-for- e 1 Sterling Silver. Hag-Check- pro-testan- ts DANKS, JEWELER. NEW MI : GOODS 1- IN EVERT DAT I Prices Always The Lowest. single-hande- You are Invited To Call and See Them. SEVERANCE .& SON. HTp-pa- nt The Latest OR NO 7 sclrool-houe- e, court-houe- '95 GASOLINE STOVE, SALE." - 1 first-cla- ts "SATISFACTION - - HIGGINS & McKINNEY, toll-gat- e. court-hous- e. Stiffs and Softs, Alpines and Crushes, H. J. McROBEETS. in out-spoke- n ua M W1EA1EM, -- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, Sem-Week- ly Interior Journa ifSTUD Y 6TilE , HAND rabllshod Evory Tuoaday and Friday AT $13 PiOU YKAUIX AD VANOiC MTWhen not so paid KATE SANBORN TELLS HOW IT MAY BE USED OR ABUSED. nn ellgiblo ofTor, or unlookcd for mouuy, or cross tho ocean to meet your fato. Tho credulous nro often greatly influenced by such humbug, and it is unwise to try to find o failure or havo that you will soon succumb to hoart , to C. MAPLE SYRUP. L. Carter, lledgcville, Ky. AWffiu DR. W. B. PEITNY, 2 94 82.60 will b chirged.-- t Cure K. C.'.LOCAL TIME CARD. 5:10 p. in. Train leavei Rowland at 7 too a. m., returning at CARD. 1 tho future. of Its strongly ngaiust such "poking and Itcauty A Story Apart From tho Art of pocring nnd irrying" into tho secrets of Palmistry The Hnntl of lro lilt'iicrv A tomorrow or next year. Mother' Ilnntl. All can judgo by a person's hand of Ncccarj I'or tlio Prcscrvntlon 11 out Horaco Grooloy advisod Train going North.. No. " No. 5, " " South . " No. " " No i, " abuse thorn? I am just now looking at my own. Nnturo or inheritance gavo mo a small, woll shaped hand. How did I treat tho gift? A queer old cook wo usod to havo when I was a littlo girllikod toindulgo in tho excruciating habit of cracking hor fhigor joints ono after tho other. Too unpleasant almost to mention I I used to watch hor with horror, thon wondor, then admirution, and at last camo an effort at imitation. I couldn't Absolutely bocomo an expert, but I coitainly did succeed in enlarging two joints boforo discovered and punished. I prosumo A cream of tarter baking pow- many aro doiug tho eaino thing today. Thon, being of a nervous temperader. Highest of all in leavening States ment, I began to bito my nails and kept Latest United strength. it up for years. I am ashamed to con Government Food Report. fess it, but even now whon puzzled or thought I havo to ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., distressed or in doop thumb away from fight to keep my loft 106 Wall Street, New York. my mouth. I know a col lego president who sins in this way and many accomplished women, but that does not altor tho fact that biting tho nails is a flagrant breach of good manners, besides ruining tho appcaranco of tho hand. Babies' thumbs must bo kept from being sucked A physician onco told mo that a certain family who had for generations inherited ugly upper jaws and homoly cut mouths owed this unpleasant featuro to tho fact that tho children had been for generations permitted to go to sleep with thumb in mouth. Nails badly bitten nro beyond restoration. No manicuro treatment can over restoro their shapo or oven ninko them ..For a., pretty. I do not bcliovo in patronizing Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, tho manienriug establishment too frequently. Tho leaching treatment makes X ttylbh Hair TrimJorlCUan Shave, so to somo nails brittlo and an oxcossivo polOook & Farmer's Barber Shop. ish, unnatural out and berouged finger A. G. Lanhaa tips aro not considered tho best style. Jha B, Castleman. Tho groat secret of their success and consequent money making is tho ten minuto soak in warm soapsuds prior to the polishiug process. Absolute cleanliness is tho great essential, oud that can bo gainod at home. Every ono should havo on toilot tablo a bottlo of ammonia, somo Indian or almond meal, a half lemon to retnovo stains and somo simplo salve or cold cream or camphor ice. Dingy, uncared for nails blackball thoir ownor. Thoy MANAGERS, are fatal, worso even than bad grammar Ojraaerce Building, Louiivillt or decayed teeth. Nails should always bo cleauod with an oraugo wood stick Ygets throughout the South. which comes for that purpose. Let tho flesh around the nail bo pushed baok by XT, A. TBIBBLX, Local Agent, tho thumb carefully. Never cut round. Ink spots, fruit stains, tho grimo that STANFORD. KV. works into the flesh from daily dradgory, can all bo ensily removed. Onoe in ..IK VOU ARK GOINO... awhile ono sooa a nail on a littlo finger of a foroigner or olerk or dressmaker or somo ono who ought to know better al..THE.. lowed to grow to on abnormal length. Aro they tryiug to omulato tho Hindoos, fanatics or dovotees who Bit motionless for mouths until their nails grow to snakes and birds build in their hair? Bahl I know a woman who is a working Louisville a, Nahvillc fl. R. housokeoper, doing all sorts of work-- can harness or groom or feed a horse, Is the line for you, at its wash a carriago or grease tho wheels, load lumber into a cart, just as easily as eho makos an omolot soufllo or a chiok-eMake.close connections at pio that melts in tho mouth and her aOTJIBVILLE And CINCINNATI hands aro still tho hands of a lady. Sho has 60veral pairs of gloves, besidos mitFor all points. tens for blacking stove, on a sholf in tho CWROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH kitchen and never goes out without bauds boing covorcd. Othors aro alFor aay information enquire of JOES. RICE. Agent, ways burning, scalding, jamming, Sun ford, Ky 3t scratching their bauds, going at and V7. A. McQUOVN. Trir. Pan. Agent, (unction City Ky into everything literally without gloves. Gloves must bo on when a lady leaves her door for a walk or drive. That has boon given as a test botween a lady and her maid, who usually goes out barehanded to strugglo her red fist into a AND tight pair on tho street Gloves, liko shoes, must bo easy to bo ologanr, but novor got too long fingors. Nothing gives a moro shabby, holplcss look than twisted ends to tho fingers of a glovo. Striking colors aro avoided by tho best bred people. Old gloves worn at night after tho hands havo been SOLD TO ALL POINTS: washed and mbbod with glycerin and rosowater, camphorated ico, cold S3H1Q, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, cream or some such simplo emolient WISCONSIN, will keep tho hands from roughness or chnrning or cracked fingers. MISSOURI, KANSAS, luero is much to bo told from the hand apart from tho art of palmistry. 33EBHASK, COLORADO, When Heron Allen, now a successful ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, lawyer in London, was tho fashion in Now York and othor cities, pretty holies TEXAS, , wanting a littlo excitement would gladly pay him 25 to havo thoir hands read, soen-wsiokib-ves- t, nnd his charge of sjfiO for going to a privntu liou&o to entertain in this way FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. was not considered too high, nnd ho wr.3 ki't hny until tho fad woro itself THE RESTROUTE TO THE out Ho was a shrewd student of human nature, tolling faded widows and restloss, divorcoos that their host and brightest uLir.lAN VE3TIBULED COACHES, days woro yet to come, that truo lovo SLEEPING AND DININO CARS ' ' was in storo for thorn, with wealth, otc. Sfc'E THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Today Cheiro is repeating this success, QHFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI and sooiiis luarrolou&ly correct in his estimates of character. But ho doos not CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. read tho baud alone. Wo all aro living Dcscrlptiv ' epistles to bo known and road by tlioso "Write for Itntes, Mars, j 3mphlct, to any Elation Agent, or to who can read. It is impossible, how-- ! M. f. BACa, ALLEN HULL, W n. UCVILU ever, from linos on left hand Psm. ia 4ft. l. r O. Tnt'lUt Ti that nto roadwill dio boforo his w(fe, or EO 15.0IE, r OtOKE, YA. man COLlIUS, do 60 If wo lmrt tho lnckjof lobsters, sotlint . ijpm n now finger would kindly replnco tho ,.tt 31 p m loss of 0110 cut off or nmtilntod by lmy . 3 3 cutter, bnsoball, hnnd chopping or caro-los- s QUEEN & CRESCENT.' fooling with machinery, or if wo could havo a now pair of hands ovory Trims pass Junction City a$ follows: Eoron years, then our nbominablo short No 3 North f No. , South f ...1.30 p m sighted treatment; of theso faithful serti.team "' 4 " a m i " . .11.30pm ' 6 " ...3S ...600 a m vitors would not bo so idiotic, eo inex" 10 840pm g cusable But as oach porson who outers f IDo not Stop this mysterious lifo is supplied with but 0110 pair to last perhaps nearly a isn't it strange and stupid that wo 1 con-tury, L&N. LOCAL TIE Copyright, 1S05, by American Press Assocla-tlon.- J nis refinement nnd artistic tasto or lack .rowaer a Pure of it, of his lifo as given to luxury, la bor, business or n professional career Tho nso of tho hands at tablo is a rovcalcr of one's education in good manners. I havo soon somo farmors who go through all tho agricultural operations with thoir knives aud forks alas, principally tho formorl Thoy rako and boo aud pitch in as if still in tho Hold. Muoh is told by a handshake. Tho hand should nover bo oxtondod it can carry with it a spirit of cordiality, at least courtesy. A chilling superior touoh of tho hand is disagreeablo to encounter, almost as bad as tho muscular, unmeaning grab from a chanco acquaintance who cares nothing for you, but has this mechanical grip for all. Tho high shako of tho present is no great shakos, after alL Keep your hands occupied with somo Anywork or somo accomplishment thing is bettor than a lily whito lazy hand of no uso to any one. Previous to tho twelfth century tho Bupromo Boing was represented by a s hand extended from tho clouds. tho baud is open, with rays issuing from tho fingors, generally in tho Wo speak now of act of benediction. tho hand of providence, also of tho hand of justico, an ollnsiou to tho scop tor used by kings, which had an ivory hand at tho top. What kind of hands havo you? Very, very soon our bands will stiffen in doatb, thoir work all past. Two hands crossed on tho breast, and labor is douo. Blessed, thon, tho romombrauco of hands that havo never takou what belonged to others nor accepted a bribo nor offered a temptation, but kept tho palm clean and did something worth tho doing. Blessed now and ovor tho warm, mother hand, tho rough, toil hardened hand of the conscientious father, tho band that has diffused happiness post-tiv- o means so much more than ryou imagine serious and 1 riatal diseases result irom trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's f In Poor Health Brown's orient Ihcy block 75 STORE ROOMS. are nn Mtn Wirett, In the principal Mrs M.J. .M1LI.KII, Stanford. Sffl: . Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Office on Main Street, ssssssrZSPaeeeJtf'T'V the Pcst-Otfic A. S. PRICE, 5URGKON DKNTIS1 JfGcoover McKoberts )wiley Iluildlng Drug Store In tho nev Opposite, Carriage Fainter. Call and exanlro iny work before laving your carriage tepalutod. I am located in the only shop In town in which lino work can be done and will be here permanently . I solicit a share of your patronage which I will endeavot to merit by (int. cla.t workmanship and fair treatment ol all. Shop in Mrncfte llullding on Depot strict A II. K1NLK, Stanford, Ky. sjra Stanfaii. Wallace Attornoy at Law, Staulord, - - Kentucky. Will a: as Ksecutor, Administrator and Assignee . to Settle nents of Special attention as Atto'ney and hale and Division of nfants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St over Supt.JW. F. McCIa. E. Varnoxi, J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, and CaiWtt always on hand. D, H. Carpenter, Manager. . unlj greatest gut health. HyouarefcellrjK 1 duioi sous, wchk and generally exhausted, nervous, liae no appetite and can't work, J metucinc.wiiicnis Brown's Iron Hitter. A lew bottles cure benefit comes from the crv Ant dose it wen't tlain jeur litlh, and It's pleasant to take. Mn. ! In In. ble strePRthenlnj; I gtn s, ty'i office. 90 m iaw.ii Offers his services to the people ol West Lint ull stock of Coffins coln and Caicy Counties, 93 HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Iron AA VVvl -- ti a TO THE LADIIS I 1 J My stock of Millinery and Notions Is kept constantly complete by weekly purchaies and jou can always find what you wsnt I Invite you to call and Inspect M1SSL1CC1E BKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky MONUMENTS- GRANITE and MARBLE. J. KARINSfcCO., Otllce 343 Third wjwawjKKH.M Somo-time- f Dyspepsia, It Cures Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles, Constipation, Bad Blood malaria, Nervous ailments C Women's complaints. Get only tic Rcnulne tt has crossed red ' lines ' will send set on tlie wrapper. All others are sub. stltutes. On receipt of two ic, stamps we of Ten Beautiful World's Fair View A and book 1 tee. w ' Builders from original designs and belt mate and workmanship. Street, Louisville, Ky. Yard and Work Shops, Montpellier, Vermont I desire to call your attcution to the fact that I Mating in any and Csrrara. Italy. am ready toseive you In Drois and all stles. I lake the btst fjihlon Journals Long experience; original designs; satisfaction guaranteed to and keed posted on whst ladles should wear. Come in and give me atrial. Price reasonable help I employ none but first class At present I can be found at Miss Carrie Porter's residence on Lancaster Street. MISS MARY D.8M1TH, RespecUully, Manford, Ky. ...Dealers n., j; 6m TO THI LADIES. J. B. HIGGINS, WWIW J. S. BAXXOTJ, Physician and Stanford, - Office in r BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. 1 Ky. Midland IVy, All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Kv. Only Direct Line between Shortest M. D.f Cincinnati and Frankfort The Surgeon, between and quicken Myers House, 1V.W. GHEEN. Proprietor. Kentucky. lov-iu- g lltlck Iluild'cg near Mcthodlit church, and comfort A Kate Sanborn. SUCCESSFUL WOMAN CONTRACTOR. "77. S. BTJRCH, Attorney at Law, ?Sanforcl, - - Kentucky. Office on tiacaiter Street, oppotlte the Court Home. Collectioni receive ctpeclal attention S3 Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains I am stilt running thta Hotel ad run by Central Standard lime. wilt continue to give my gueats the puliust alien- -' 1(94. Tirue Tablj Dec. as well as tho btst the msrkct aUurds. No. 1. No - No. s NTRAINS EAST. a. m, p. to. a. m. p. m Special tho s 30 (30 Kranklort A 41s Lve 700 Ssj 440 ' Klkhorn. .............. 7 " Public. 11 StampiogUround 7 S 313 930 300 n Frankfort, QoorBotown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvilio, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. Stanford, : : : Kontucky. ), i 3- - 7- Attention to ing Travel' HOR. 11 Mrs. Cram of Iloston Will I'tiniluli Apparatus For tho Coining Paris Kxposltlon. Arr. C S. Depot Paris. .......C.. Gcorgetownlln. 7 .- - f 30 1 Jj 47 3 31 4 3" 4. " i No. 9 "a. m ,om i 5 43 1 W, H. JONES. j T jONKS, ROYAL OP LITBRPOOL. Insurance Company BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf Many women show an aptitudo for business in tho moro conservative lines of lato, but Mrs. D. Henry Cram (Alice E. Barry), a young and cuorgetio Boston woman, has mado a placo for herself in tho commercial world as a contractor and has recently secured a big contract. Sho has mado arrangements to supply tho 75 derricks aud other necessary apparatus to bo usod in tho croctiou of tho permanent stouo buildings of tho Paris oxposition of 11)00. Mrs. Cram will go to Paris in a few months to personally superintend tho plnoing of tho derricks. Sho has a decided talent for work of this kind, and Colonol Thomas P. chairman of the Boetou water Dc-her- ty, TRAINS WEST. Lve Paris . No. s. No O. S. CAUFBITTSR, Hustonvillo, Ky. Good Wh te Seed OaU For Sale. Genuine Oliver Cbtllea Plows. Sttpin and tee a li? p. ra. SUNDAY TRAINS. sice line of Kocklnc Chairs and 'urcilure. btoves Cheaper tlan ever before. Wist Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrive LI. ery Stable and UUckimith Shop For Rent- at Frankfort 11 30 A. M. East Leave Franklort t'.yt P. M ; arrive at Georgetown 3 Jj P. M. CF.0 D. COOPER. JAS. I! YKAGEIt. Leave Franklort ajo p. m ; arrive Cincinnati 6:1 p. m. Leave Cincinnati 7 30 a m ; arrive Frankfort 11:10 a m. Toe Kentucky MldUnd Ralwayand connections form the tnotteit and cheapest route to alt Proprietori of... points (South, Bait, .xortn ano west. Hoe further information apply to their agents. C. D. UKKCAW'.Gtn Pass. Agent, GKO.U. HARPER, Kec'rXc Gen.Snpt STANFOItD, KY. Frankfort, Ky. Haying bouent of P. W. Green hU Llverr bus nr added tew buggies and horses, we ate me prepared to furniih Surrey3, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Ky. ' Elkhoin 7 o .1116 7 7 S Sols proprietors Dean's Ulsrk Diamond Roo Arr Frankfurt. ..A ..u 30 PaiuL Kstlmatea furnisned for painting Wood, Leave Frankfort t. 30 a m.; arrive at Lexington Metal and lion Roofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. IC45 a m. with Dean's II lack arrive Cincinnati at All tools painted for years Deslers In Diamond Leave Frankfort cisbe-- t Paint guaranteed m. roisoa Pumps and Galvaniied Iron Filters. 0im :jop, ra.; arrive Cincinnau tern Leave Frankfort "Georgetown U 1040 " Slam p'g Ground 10 s) C. S. Depot... .C .... .to a in. 9 4$ 37 p in. 3 3 No. I. 3 T0XTJE3BR03., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, 645 703 545 017 64S 1131 103 4. sou yam; THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky, 44-ie- d. F. B. aiLBT, Proprietor, Yeager : & : Cooper. London. yy I have moved to my nsw Hotsl iaad am bettsW prepared than ever to accommodate the public jood Livery attached and every coaveai.se Give me a call. Livery and Feed Stable, TURNOUTS FRANK R1LIY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD, KY. FIRST-CLAS- S 1CORTH WIST, courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. . YBAGKR & COOPER A Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; short notice. The traveling public will (lad us always ready and willing to lurmth Drummer' wagons, either single or double, or Cam Kpiof alkiDJi t very LOW PRICKS. The boys in and around town will also find us the peo pie to deal with. Stop with ui when in town at On IDA toOjlEANJj Capital Stock Surplus m 9200,000 21,300 TO CZTZZXXTS Of Lincoln County. The New THI double Dally Trains Lancaster Planing 1 Mill, n MRS. CRAM. NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN TICKETS caro-full- y ! w war, si KORTH AND EAST. board, pays a high tributoto her ability, considering her powers fully equal to thoso of a man. Ho says: "Sho is remarkably woll balaucod, cuorgetio and straightforward. I havo known her personally for years outsido of busiuoss, but in that capacity her lovol hoad during the important work of tho construction of basins 6 and 0 aud tho big boll mouth, tho largest of tho kind in the country at that timo, was to mo an illustration not only of raro Bagaoity, but of a positive helpmeet to hnr husband. " Whilo sho was iu England soveral years ngo sho inspected a cousidorablo portion of tho dock system of London, which occupies 2,000 acres. Though Mrs. Cram is dovoted to Interests supposed to bo attractivo only to a masculine brain, thero is nothing mannish about her. On tho contrary, elio is domestic in her tastes, dovoted to hor frionds and suflicioutly fond of dress to bo always tastefully gowned. Sho was born in Boston, educated iu tho public schools of that city and married when quito young. She has a sunny temperament and a frank and winning personality. Though her offices aro very businesslike her womanly tastes crop out in tho flowers on tho desk, tho pictures on the walls and a pet animal sleopiug serenely in a cozy corner. Whilo caring nothing for general sho is ostrcinoly fond of professional people and entertains haudsomo-lthoso who aro cougeuiaL Mrs. Cram is ono of tho originators of tho Old Glovo club, a member of the Boston branch of tho Business Woman's lenguo mid also of tho Professional Woman's league of Now York. y, Lancaster, Ky., Is now In full operation, and invites the attentlrn ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Superb Vestibuled Trains Attention of the public is invited to the fat t that this is the only National Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of the Nstional Bank Ac-- dt pon tors are secured not only by the capital 4 tock, but by the stockholders liability lor asl smount equal to the slock, se that depositors el this Institution are secured by a fund of 1400,000. Five sworn statements of the condition of the baak art mad each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated Usae by government agents, thus securing additttoaa sndperfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as lae Deposit Hank of Stanford in iljl, then ued as the Nstional Dank ol Stanford in 1M3 and gain reorganised ae the I'lrst National Dank ol Sunlord in 1S81, has had practically an uninterrupted esiiteoceof is years. It is better supplied aow with laclliiits for transacting business prompt ty and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable carter. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals rtsptctfully aolic-isa tuperloi workmanship SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplsr or yellnw pin flooring at fipet buiidnd. As low as Ji jo per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplat weather boarding at 1 .50 per hundied. As low as St 30 per hundred. 1 and low prices. Note To Lexington, Chattanooga, Ulrmlngham, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, AUcoa and Jack- FROM CINCINNATI All patterns and thlcknesnei of Ceiling In yellow cine, poplar, chestnut and aih, as low as ?i aj per hundred. IJoubln dressed lumber as low as Ji per hundred, tleautiful vcllow pine finishing lumber, quarter oak, &c. Save money by giving us you. ordcis. THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL. Lancaster, Ky 73 om sonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Birmingham, Columbus, Albany. Knoxvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vicksburg and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angelc and Sea Francisco ever Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA Send for Literature end Time Table. CUAS W ZELL, D. P. A., Cor. 4th and Race sts , Cincinnati, O. Th Directory of this Hank is composed ol Korestus Rend, Lincoln county; S. T. Hams, Lincoln; J H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; S.ll. ilaughniau, Lincoln; J. 8. Hocker, Stanford; W A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKtnney; M.J .Millar. ML Vernns. J S. Hocker, President; John J. McKoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKlonoy, Assistant Cashier. P ORINSUKANCE THAT INSURES, SEE farmers Bank&Trnst Or STANFORD, KV., Co la now fully organitcd.'and ready for business wit Kirby , The Insurance Man, If you want to get in the best companies. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. UtOOO. Farmers can save money by seeing him. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. BANK OK STANFORD, tmfW iiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiii y the same management. riv nrovisions at lit rhsit.r aM . fully protcctod as ate depositors in National llanks, iu shareholders being held Individually uaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, iu addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee. Ac, as fully as sn individual. To those who entrusted their bulainess to us while mnaglnif the Lincoln National Dank l atanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businus with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience la tanking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. Now dosing up) with the same aiseUand undtt Hnn.ta r coa-uste- nt - ww.mmmwa DiHccTonc Tlme-Table- s, t. r.--e- I A lato number of Tho Woman's Trib-uncontains a gratifying roviow of the progress mado by women in 1894, particularly in tho securing of enlarged and civil rights. Among other points it is mentioned that tho stenographer of tho Danish houso of representatives is a young woman. lo-g- o J J. Willisms, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J, Embry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Casb, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdgovilU, W. II. Cummins, I'reaehors II 1 Withers & Hocker, Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Carpetf, &c, -- S. e H Shanks. Tr.sldeat, Dr. J P,Or.'ev,C.hler, W. M. Bright, Tel cr W3$I v )"" - " i Ev.