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LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. NO. 5 k 1 I. The boys of tho Academy cavo a Mr. J. F. WataoD, our school teachLightning killed three fine steers for Col. Silas Adams and wifo arrived sublime degroo of calesthenic drill in tho hall of tho echool homo from Washington a few days since. Pony Beaz'ey Friday. er, wan rataed to tho n M. M. at ounlodgo on Wedufsday bAturdny evening. It is Bald that about 140 bouIb have The colouol looks well, while Mrs. Ad I Gen. Green Clny Smith will lecluro ams, thongh feeble, been "sanctified" at the meeting in pro-grenight. iseomewbat improv. In this city. Tho good work will Mr. It. D. Totten, thogentlemHii who( at tho Baptist church Friday night, 22d. odln health. Is seltlnR Wolford's Cavalry, has beon( Subject, "The Llfo of Lincoln." AdmisWinston familiarly go on until further notice.. Wilkinson, At a meeting of tho Uniform Rank out dell vorlnglila books th's weeks, aim sion '23 cents. known as "Dink," and Jerome Wilkinson Lindsay Davis, an old and highly huve established a store ono mile South K. of P., A. H. Rice was elected captain, reports that his patrons ha vo gono back ou respected citizen of this county, died Inst of this placj ou the Dunnvillo pike- - Ed Bishop, 1st limit., Letcher Owsley, 2d him. that is four out of llvo of them. Mr. Tilman Gilpin, one of our good Saturday at his homo on Pleasant Run, Both are stirring, enterprising men and liout. and Louis Landrum, recorder. The rank has 40 members. neighbors, has moved out of town, pre of pneumonia. will be a benefit to tho community. Mrs. Green Clay Smith, who has A negro boy named Harris came in paratory to runnloR tho work train on Wni. Rjse, living six miles below tho L. A N. It. It. Oapt. A. H. Evans has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. L. hero on the Dunnvillo pike, three weeks from tbe country to attend the meeting moved into tho houso that Mr. Gilpin va- Whitehead, returnod to her home in ago while chopping wood, bad bis foot at the colored church, and got work at Washington City last Monday. cated. dangerously cut,severing an artery which Mr. Jim Farris. Ho said ho had been Tho meeting still continues at tho caused the loss of much blood before a "sanctified," but last week, when uncle I wish to call the attention of the It. ft. inon and ofucora of tho town to tho Baptist church with much interest. The physician could he summoned. A few Tim's meat bouse was left unlocked, tbe law that forbids persons from Retting on house is crowded every night to bear iluyg since the wound broke out bleeding negro stole two fine hams. Ho Bold one and off of a moving train, which is lately Rev. Alderman and there have been sev- again, but Dr. Hammonds being calledi to Hun Singleton and the other to Humignored at this place, and every train al eral additions to tho church. succeeded in stopping the flow, and he phrey Ballou. He was arrested and put Several of our citizens have gono to was yesterday doing well, most is loaded with from one to a dozen though looks in jail. Lancaster was visited by a fearful sometimes. It is a very dangerous habit to Loulavillo this week and among them very feeble. and I ask the R. It. oillcials to see tha1 aro Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Mohan, Messrs To prove the financial soundness of wind aud rain storm Friday afternoon. this law Is enforced at this place. Thuso J. W. Sullivan and G. A. Denhani. Mr. of Liberty, she never becomes frighten- Lightning struck the cupola of the courtthat trespass generally manage it so tho B F. Gray, of Grays, Knox county, was ed at panics. She never thinks of put- house, burning tho large rod into six in town Saturday. Mr. 0. Gatllfl and ting on airs till hard times set in. Last pieces and scorching the wood work. agent ean not Me them. Mr. Boge Phillips and wife, of Wll-di- family returned from Texas Monday, August we had a successful fair. Lately Fire in balls large as a nail keg rolled off wore visiting J. W. Tate's family last where they had been Beveral weeks on an improvement mania has taken deep the immense building and it indeed lookSunday. Miss Iva Painter spent Satur- account of Mrs. Gatllll's health. Mies hold on tho citizens. Ojcar and Ion ed for a moment, as if the final judgment day had arrived. A large hole was torn day and Sunday in town visiting Mends Florence Guthrie, of Indiana, la visiting Wilkinson have a shingle machino in and relatives. W. C. Cable and It. H. Miss Hattie Jones. operation. Carpenter A Blade aro in the sidewalk at the engine house door, Hon. Wallace Bruce delivered tho now running a saw and grist The liatntn wont to tho country Monday to mill on fully 20 feet from tbe court-housthird lecture of the course last Monday John E. Sharp's premises near tho "Fish shock instantly emptied tho building of spend a few days with their relatives and Mr. Cable said ho thought ho would call night, subject "Scotland and; Her Peo- pool." Mr. Creek, of Mintonville, the ofiicera and loafers who were iriBide. 'on his wife while he was gone, who has ple." Mr. Bruce is a man of great litera- has just got in operation a permanent A new rod will be placed on the buildbeen spending a few days with her fath- ry attainments and his lecture was no stw and grist mill on Whlpp'a land at ing at once. Circuit court convened Monday er's family. Mrs. Richard Pike went to doubt a very able one, but a little ltko the ford on tho Mlddleburg pike. Wm. Pino Hill last Friday nnd returned Sun- Walter Scott and Robert Burns, tlje men II. Wilkinson, Judge John Belden, Dink morning. Judge Saufiey being ill, Hon. In he spoke most of, a little above avcrago Phillips aud De. James Wealev aro was Miss Helen Sayers day. al J. W. Alcorn was elected special judge. Mr. E. E, Pratherer hearers, and his lecture was not appre- going to put up new family residences Commonwealth's Attorney Owsloy was town Saturday. spent a part of lost week in the city. Mr. ciated as much as if he had had some during the spring and summer. County absent on account of sickness in bis famThomas Mcltoberts, Jr., left our town last moro practical subject. Our course will Attorney Q. 0. Godbey and Judge Jotin ily, and Hon. W. U. Miller was on hand Thursday morning bound for Indians. bo a financial success, as the churches M. Tilford contemplate building addil ti represent the State. A large number of Commonwealth's cases have been dis Miss Bottle Henderson, of Lowell, who have been crowded to hear everyone, tiona to their residences eoon. posed of. A npgro named Higbtower has been spending a few weeks with her Dr. Willltts will close the course April 2 at confessed to burning a store-hous- e aunt, Mrs. J. 0. Frith, returned homo to- with his noted Iccturo, "Sunshine." FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 1 here is a man traveling over this Beuna Vista and was given ono year in day, accompanied by Master George --T.G. A 0. P. Cecil, will not race Lottlo t'ie penitentiary. The grand jury reFrith. Mr. John Vanbook. who has section of tho country selling spectacles, a irauu. ino way ue manages Lorino and Georgia Leo this year. turned an indictment for murder in the been spending a fow weeks with relatives who is Lyon fe Allen sold to E, P. Woods28 first degree against Horace Woods for in this part of tho county, left for his his game is thU: He will go up to a hogs averaging 150 pounds at 3.60. killing Jim Martin at Paint Lick last home in Illinois last Monday; he was ac- man Hnd say here is a piir of spectacles T. 0. Yeager leaves Saturday for Incompanied by Miss Susie Vanhook, his I fouud on the street of some town or Reddick, who was charged with dianapolis to dispose of a lot of horses. burning tbe Miller Hotel, was indicted aunt, as far as Rowland. Miss Mattie on the road some distance from tho E. P. Woods sold to Hon. John Sam Albright wont out and spont a few days place he is, that hi has no use for them, fqr "house burning, with murder thereneeds money and will sell them cheap, Owsloy, Sr., a pair of threeyear-ol- d to." It is said that a much stronger case with her cousin, Miss Carrie Lair, last for 2 or 3. They look like gold,but mules for $200. will be proven against Reddick at this week. Four trotters, Including Mary 2:24J, ho does not say that they are, and the trial than was brought out at bis examiThe following wan composed by Itav. party thinks he is getting a bargain, but valued at $3,000, were burned with E. 0. nation. Tbe case is set for Monday week, William Stott, who was sent up for lite afterwards finds they can be bought for Fret well's stock barn in Bourbon. tbe 2 2d. Tho Woods case will probably A windstorm wrecked tbo barn of by a Laurel county Jury for killing John II per dozen, and that several of his be set for next Friday. This is a three Col Hot, who had been Intimato with his, neighbors have been worked by the J. W. Lfitton, in Bourbon county, which weeks' term, instead of two weekB, as Stott's wife. Tho court of appeals gave eamo trick. Look out for him, as he is contained about 18,000 pounds of tobic- - stated before. Judge Alcorn is a fine as -e, ac-tiv- o e. fall-Henr- y There to-Jotting Like our stock of Capes and Wraps, our ready-mad- e waists, our Muslin and Jersey underwear, our silks for waists, our laces, embroideries, and white goods. There is nothing superior and you should not buy before coming to our house. IF YOU WANT A FIT In a Shoe and one that can not be excelled in wear by any Shoe, buy our "Perfection," made by Krippendorf, Dittruan & Co. Every pair guaranteed. If a young mart would be dressed in the latest and best fitting Clothes made, let him buy one of our suits made by Bahlman Smith & Co., the gnest artists in this country. Mr. Smith is the acknowledged cutter ol the country, and we sell you a good suit of clothes, well cut, well trimmed and well made for just what you would pay for shoddy sfuff. Come see for yourself. HUGHES & TATE. FLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. Have just received a full line of Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. j Jl James Frye, HUSTON YrIIXE, KV, him a new trial and he Is now in jail traveling north. CO. hers. See tha prisoner, weak and weary, Bitting In his darkened cell, Lengthened nlghta and daya so dreary. Oh! the anguish, who can tell. they like, but tbey can not gainsay the numerous and luminous fact that he has Friendships now mast all be severed, a wonderful faculty and facility of "getParting from the ones he loves, ting there" ahead of the more All bis hopes of freedom fettered, and and discharging evdreams of Heaven above. Yet he ery public and private trust as well as .Childhood fancies flee before him, the best in the public service. If All bright hopes, that now are vain, Representative Will they ever come to cheer him? add Would-b- e Will he ever hope again? Senator McCreary is merely "a medlocro man," the best gift Years nfay pass, and in his prison, Will those memories cheer bis boart, this State and nation can ask of the good Lord is many more of him. They will come to him in visions, s m Sweetest pence to him impart. A practical floriculturist who has tried Yes. their sacred preaenco over mauy remedies for removing insects Will be felt, tho' never seen, from house planta prefers above all othWhispering hope, and parted never, Always present in his dream. er applications a soap made from tho oil of the fir tree. When properly used, he Farewell father, farewell mother, finds that it effectively does away with Farowell friends, where ere you be, Farewell sister, farewell brother, tho "aps," "mealy bug," and scale. In In your prayers remember me. Its place an emulsion made of two partB Tommy Do you say your prayers ev kerosouo and ono part milk that has just turned sour, diluted with from 20 to 30 ery night? parts of water and uppliod as a shower Jimmy Yes. bath through a syringe, is a valuable in "And does your maw say hen?" secticide, testod at one of the agricultur"Yes." al experiment stations and found useful "And does yowr paw?"' "Naw. Paw don't need to. It's al elsewhere. most daylight when ho Rets to bed." To make timo pass rapidly, draw a Cincinnati Tribune. note for more than you can comfortably fleet-foote- the sorrow of the moment, Memories fill his heart to drear, Thinking of his ad misfortune, Copious fall tbe silent tear. Obi 01 our Model Congressman tbo Louisville Times says: Mr. McCreary his a taking way of getting, sooner or later, everything be goes after. Tbe few who know without Ilk-to- g him can liken him to the tortoise, if d glib-tongus- Scott Farris is training a half dozen or more thoroughbreds on tbe track at Crab Orchard and he tells us be baa some monstrous fast ones. Government report that the wheat reserve of tho country was only 75,000,-00- 0 bushels sent the cereal up 3 cents at Chicago, or to 50J for May. Farris & Whitloy sold to Simon Weihl, for Goldsmith 112 fat cattle, to go from June 15 to July 15. at the aeller'a optiou, for $4.75. Adyocato. There is not a single brick establishment in Burgin, but the record is going to be broken by the new Ohistian church, which is to be of brick. J. W. Allen sold a car load of cattle and hogs in Cincinnati Tuesday, the formor at 2J to 3J and the latter at 4 40. He Bays tbat tbe cattlo market is looking up considerably. Corn is belling at $2.50 per barrel and timothy hay at $12 per ton delivered. The lamb crop promises to be a short one. Many perished during tho severe weather. Georgetown Times. A car load of poulty shipped by Sol Ronaker, of Oynthiana, was shoved into a snowdrift in the Alleghany Mountains recently and 1,20 J chickens aud 700 geeae were frozen to death. If tho crops of wheat along the Cincinnati Southern from the Ohio river aro a fair specimen of the cropj of the Statp, the paospect for a large yield is good. The cereal is looking unusually well. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolulawyer and the members ol tbe bar are tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imdelighted with bis fairness and prompt, possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming ness in disppsing of the business of tbe to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these court. The civil docket is receiving its goods will arrive in the next kw days. share of attention and is being rapidly cleared up. - Agood black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat gi. 50 worth 3. worth 5.50. Mens sandals worth 75c Black cape Mcintosh 53-7Dr. Busb reports a fine boy at Dank' for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for Ball's. 1.10, 1 40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' Old man Sam House Is very sick at 65c, and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, 2.50 to 7.50, worth $$ to Wm. Watson's, near here. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor Dr. Lewis presented Mike Rogers 515. made for $12.50 to $1$, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods with a fine girl Sunday morning. Mrs. James Spoonamorei has been are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. HUilLE. 5 CLOTHIWODRESS I The compartment theory of building ships was copied from a provis ion of nature shown in the case of the "Marry in hasto, repent at leisure, you ntutilus. The shell of this animal has 40 or 50 compartments, into which air or know." "That doaen't opply to us. Wo aro water may be admitted to allow the oc cupant to sink or lljat, as he pleases. going to have tho Episcopal service." air-tig- ht woman has gone to San Francisco to teach the women of tho Pacific coast tho art of making up. It will never bo known just what crimes against naturo are committed in the name ol physical culture, but one thing is cot tain, tho true Chicago woman, like tho dovil, will always be known by her foot. Times. A well made up Ohicngo pay. Then the days will gallop. To make timo go slow, try waiting in a railway station. To make time go at varying rates of speed, fall In love. Then will time gallop while you're with the loved object, and crawl whou she's oh ny. a m a Humboldt Rave it as his opinion that We authoriie cur advertised drujiuut tosdijiju. tho Ouilu UiUUtiuud oO,0JU rjpecies of Dr. Klug's New Discovery for Consumption, Couplis and Colds, upon ibis condition; If you plants, 51,000 spooled of auiuialu, 41,000 ate aHlicud with a Cough, Cold or any Lung species of insects, 4,000 species of birds, Throat, or Chet trouble and will uio this remedy according to directions, giving it a fair trial and and 7,000 species of reptiles. expoileuce no benefit, you mar return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not Harry Hay ward, the Minneapolis mur make this offer if we did not know that Dr. Kines New Discovery could belied upon. It never dis- derer, has been condemned to live three appoint!. Trial buttles tree at A. R, Penny's months longer before entering upon the drug store. Largo sue joe and ft, peace aud quiet of bis Christian hereafDitters has proved to be the ery best. a permanent cure and tbe most dreaded Guaranteed Ouro. The best salve in tho world for cutj. bru.'iej. sick headache yields to it influence. Wa urge ...I..-- .. ..i ...... M r...... all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give a fair trial In cases ol habitual hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, this remedr Electric Hitters euros by giving tho t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is needed tone to the bowels and few cases long re- guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money ol this mcdicln . Try it once. Largo refunded. Price 25 cents per box, Kor sale by sist theuse y. bottle only v cents at A. R. Ponny'a Drug Store. 41. ireuHjr, jiauiuiu, ou At a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric It effects habitual Ouro for Uoadacho. ter. Times. Bucklln'a Arnloa Salvo. .... i. Norman Hambrick, of Scott county, bought of Lyon & Allon, of the West Eud, 23 feeders averaging 1,150 pounds, at I J; of J. T. R030 10 averaging 1,200 pounds at Hame prico aud of John Murphy, Jr , 15 of saiuaat sumo. G, jt 0. P. GecH have not yet determined whether or not thoy will employ a trainer in placo of Joe Ry, who resigned. Thoy may not have a regular trainer thomaelves, but put a few good ones out with other stables. Advocate. G. & 0. P. Cecil Bold yesterday to Pnilo Sweet, of Milwaukee, Wis., Joaio Rty, filly by Nuthurat, dam by Hambrlno, for $1,000. This youngster is a fast natural pacer. Sho went a quarter last fall as a yoirllng iu 32 seconds. Advocate. -- W.B.Pratt, of Elkhurt. Iud.. baa shipped his Montroaa mare to W. M. Rue, of Danville, to bo handlodtosaddlo aud high school. She la 10 hands high aud about as flue a mare as can bo found in Kentucky. Thornton Starr, 1024, is also iu the hands of Mr. Rue for tbe season of 1S93 as stable com naninn with Gamhnnltn. Sjlfll., wnrM'au champion Thornton Starr, Rue thinks is the best saddle stallion iu Kentucky, aud will show tbe boys this year that he is about right. two-year-ol- d -, visiting relatives in this community for S I several days. Dr. O'Bannon. bus been waiting on Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know Fannie Ball, who has had a severe at- that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them tack of grip, but is now some better. your dress or silk shirt waist unlower than the lowest. Don't-buThe grip has had your correspond- til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have ent at this place for the last ten days, as in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of well as many others in this community, check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for hence news items are few and far be- half price tween. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They Al Luce's gray mare became frightare all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. ened Monday as he went to "Stanford A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, forj5i.i5 and kicked out of his cart, demolishing Tho sequel Buy and sell for Cash." worth $3. it and crippling up Mr. Luce a little but JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. not seriously. Richard Alexander and Miss Nora Hampton left here Wednesday for StanThey ford to bo joined In matrimony. took with thorn the best; wishes of their many friends that their union may be a We are now offering the best Vapor happy one all through life. Stove made. With six years' experiBaugb-ma- n A. 0. Carman sold.to John ence it has not had a single explosion. . shoats at 3. Brent some We guarantee every stove we put out, has sold his lambs at IJ3.80 per Barnett take it to your house and show you iti head for first delivery. Ed Keeton Bold simplicity. to Mr. Sallee, of Danville, 100 barrels of corn gathered a few days ago at $2 at the pen. References. J. W. Perrin, William G-OOID- NewProcessVaporStoves 110-lb- The editor of a Tennessee exchange feeling warm under the collar, relieves himself ufter this fashion: "The low down son of a gun who will meet an editor ou tho street that he owes, aud tells him that ho hasn't tho money to pay the debt, and then slipa round and pays ttie express charges on a jug of wiiisky, geta drunk aud goes home to a needy family, ought to have both legs broken. A will was recently probated in Philadelphia bequeathing J3,000 to a boarding houBO keeper "because of the jjI tabid (are which tbe dcceat-haeujoyed at her hauda for 15 years." Tho commission to establish a national military park at Shiloli has beeu appointed by tho Secretary of War. Gen. Don Culoi Uitell, of Kentucky, is one of the com nisaions. Kolb's populists supporters in Ala' i ass'st him iu Bebama have decllr tting up a dual government. 1 IssHPuflBiflBHlBi Rice, J. C McClary, John Newland, E. G. Waller, B. K. Weartn, J. W. Wallace, J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Earp, W. F. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. See the best Stove on earth before buying. W. H. Wearen & Go. uui-.wj.u- ly d 2jG)9 Ig Etceivinj His ..- -.. trotting-bredutallio- n. SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GQOI)S. Goods V arranted and a PerfcctJFit Guaranteed. Give me calL ...Jus. .,.- -' u B I; r f John Allen, of Pittsburgh, Pa., com mitted suicide because his wife threatened to leave him. The realization of every close buyer's dreams of his money's worth Harry Strong and Charles Segalo is found here. We have no time for loner harangues, the eoods were each fined 75 and costs at Paducah for crap shooting. speak for themselves. Why they fairly talk to you from our show daughter of Jim The IS year-ol- d window. Every word here carries a weight you can't overlook. Why Jewell, a Warron county farmer, was delay? We know we arc right. You can burning brooiusige off a field. Her clothes caught firo and she was burned to death. A. O. Pile, the veteran trader here, of extra catte from shipped fivo t hero Saturday. They avoragod 1,300 36 inch tow), fancy border, 5c. Ladies' plain black and fancy hose, pounds, and ho paid 3c for tham. Glasgow Times. Calico 5c. Apron check ginghams 5c. Dress ginghams 4 Violent and continued shaking of Ladies ribbed vest sc.Jworth 25c. Silk finished suspenders 15c, the earth frightened the people of Fairworth 35c. Lace Curtain that cannot be touched elsewhere for less field. It turned out to be the prank of a than JS1.50 at Si. number of boys in touching off an aban doned gas well. In the counties already investigated in East Tennessee, the discoveries of ille gal voting will cause a loss of about 0,000 Just received in blue, gray and red, for girls, boys and men at 15c, votes to Evans, with four counties yet to 20c and 25c. Look at our'Ladics' Dong. Pat. leather tip shoe for 90 be investigated. HUSTONVILLE. of Mississippi, announcGov. Stone, cents. Our line of men's shoes is complete, ranging from 90c to $5. es himself a candidate for the United Dr. W. B, Penny will make Huston, Children's Suits 75c, Si, $1.50 to $$'. Men's suits, $5, $7, $10. States Senate to succeed Senator George, ville it short visit for the purpose of pracThese styles arc copied direct from the who will retire from public life at tho ticing his profession (dentistry). Will be been agreed on, give Japan everything G. W. Long, of Edmonton county, end of his term. ready for business Monday morning, she fought for. Ohina relinquishes all who wants to run on the republican tickTom Smith, charged with the mur- March IS. Odoulunder ueod for painclaims to Corea, the Island of Formosa is et for State treasurer, is working the der of Dr. J. E. Rider whilo ho slept at less extraction. Ollice at Weatherford to be permanently ceded to Japan and newspapers of bis party for all they are the house of Mrs. McQuinn, in Breathitt Hctel. And arc exceptionally well made for the price. If you don't think she is to get an indemnity of $250,000,-00- 0 worth. His ugly mug appears in nearly county, was convicted at Jackson, and we can sell you cheaper, just go elsewhere ard examine suits, then in gold. In addition Ohina has lost all of them, and is of itself sufficient to his punishment fixed at death. come and sec us. We guarantee to undersell any clothing merchant Nine Italians, charged with murder, many thousand men, nearly all her navy defeat him. We should dislike to see strongest forts are to be occupied even Kentucky's empty treasury turned and on their way to prison in a' wagon, and her in Stanford. Ky. by the enemy. Tho Chinese ought now over to a man, who looks like his pic- were fired upon from ambuBh near CLOTHING. Wc arc prepared to fit you up in any price suit Office Up Stain; First Door East of Mcllob-cr- ti' Walesburg, Col., presumably by miners. to beat into pruning hooks ture. Dtuk Store. from $3 on up. Look at our line of Tailoring samples, 500 different Four of Italians and the driver were killand their swords into plow shares and Tuk chief clerk of trio House has at ed. go to war no more until they know more styles to select from and 300 special pants samples at prices ranging last been able to officially place the new The Southern Memorial and Literary of the science and can screw their courIrom 54.50 to S7. members of Congress politically, There Society has decided to put tho Jefferson age to the sticking point. republicans, 104 democrats, six mansion at Richmond, Va., in thorough are CARPET AND MATTING. Wc have just rcccivcd'a full line of stockholders ol the Danville & Crab Iif Ohio women are permitted to vote populists and one silverite. It will bo repair at a cost of $13,000, preparatory to The pike are to meet nt tbe First Na- Carpets and Mattings and wc have bought them so we can sell them in certain elections, but before doing bo observed that the republicans have a lit- converting it into a museum for Confed- tional llank, In leiiuesled on SATUUUAV, AI'K. Stanford, 6, 1S95, lor the purpose of electing directors lor at prices which arc in easy reach of all. Come, in and sec them. they have to be registered, with their tle more than a working majority. erate relics. the eniulng year. JACK. IIU3LKY, practi1'residcut. ages given. This latter provision ThomasjMilone, Jr., found dead in NEWSY NOTES. cally makes the law of no avail to tho attached to Block's dislarge corn-cri- b majority of the women, who would preEggs are down to 10c in Louisville tillery, in Prestonville, Saturday. A X fer never to vote or obtain any right if now. large bank of corn had caved in on him. they have to tell how old they are to do Scott county's tax rate for the pres Ho was an employe of tho distillery so.At Cleveland they are kicking" very ent year is 82J cents. and about 40 years old. Having decided top o to firmii (f I dcalre tt) til high about it and they have a right to. The famous Paris dressmaker, Worth Robert Littrell, of Clark county, was privately all of ra y properti at Rowland, cou.ist-la- g a good, new dwelling j rOvini, supplied A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprietors, There is no reason for making a woman is dead. He was 70 years of age, and an sitting by the firo rubbing liniment on withofwater Iroui thi Stanfordol Water Works. Tho lot on which the house standi contain! tell more than a man. All that be has Englishman by birth. his rheumatic leg, when the bottle con- of an acre and Ilea RANEY, Manager. jut outside of the town limits to do is to say that he is 21, and that A chair worth $37,500 has just been taining the medicine exploded, setting of Rowland. The outhoutea are numerous aod in a new store room 10x40 located Branch Stores; ought to be sufficient for the ladies to completed by a Paris manufacturer. The fire to his clothing and burning him so sood repair. of Alio Crab Orchard and "Cut OH" in the forks the pikei. A splendid stand for one dnirlng to en- expected to ensue. fo elegs are of solid gold: tell. The Kansas courts have decided badly that death is In the mercantile business Also a vacant Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Bob Wooldridge, colored, was arrestthat they are not obliged to tell their Patrick Sullivan, of Fall River; f;Kon Shanks Ave. in Rowland. The aboe de property coit me J,ijj, caih. I will sell Virsailles, Ky.Jand'MackportInd. scribe their age, as it would render the law ab- ed in Christian county for the murder of Mass., went to sleep with three pieces of it for $l,5v ?bo cash, balance in 6 and months solutely nugatory. Let what h Bauce for Edward Davis 15 years ago. money in! his mouth. He swallowed roe further information call 011 or address, t in J. II. MILTON, Rowland, Ky. John Walker, a Georgia farmer, shot the filthy lucre and when his wife tried the goose be also sauce for the gander. and killed Murdock Pipkin, his neigh to awake him next morning she found him cold in death. "WonTH makes the man," we are told bor, because be killed his dog. Let your Painting, Papering Calcimining unThe store of O. J. Carr, of Macon, til you see Ilelden brothers. and furnith hrs class Louisana sugar planters have decidpoet could have just We by Pope, but a later material and guarantee i work, or no as truthfully said, that "Worth makes ed to erect a refinery at New Orleans in Ga , was entered by burglars. Carr was money. Address, Stanford, Ky. 101. in the store alone and aleep, but waked the woman." The Parisian man millin- opposition to the Sugar Trust. Three men were burned to death in time.to kill one of the burglars and er, who baa just passed in his checks and This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you gone perhaps where clothes wouldn't and three others severely injured by a wound the other two. who were turred want the very best material?, you can not afibrd to overlook our over to the police. One of the wounded do much good, will have to answer for fire in a hotel at Macksville, W. Va. I will fro to any place where there are six or stock. The Spanish cruiser, Ilsina Regente, will die. of deception. He could make many sins to ehorn. I do the work Henry Drayer, ol Portland, Ind, more cattle Deboruer. Can dehorn anywith the Lightning the most angular woman look as round with 420 people aboard, is believed to cow in suffering with tooth ache and three seconds. The knife makei a clean, smooth had been and aB plump as a partridge and fool the have foundered off Tangier, Morocco. cut, dots not crush nor break the horn, as the There are nearly 2,500 patients in went to bed with a bottlo of chloroform clipper does. It it the only humane way to devery elect of men. Many a man has The best is not too good. horn punish animal like the three lunatic asylums in Kentucky, by his side. He inhaled a sufficient and theDoes notgets well the quick again the taw, as wound married a woman to find that it was the at that saw, Kor furtner irkrmulon, call made feathers that made the bird that Worth and the number is constantly increasing. amount to kill him, but whether hn did on by the O. A. PEYTON', stanforu, Ky. Harry Hay ward has been sentenced it accidentally or not will probably nevsec tne L.ightn'ng rruniog Hook, 101. criminis in tho decep was particeps to hang at a date tobe fixed by the Gov er be known. Quality and price arc right. tion. SALE OK The trouble between striking levee ernor of Minnesota after three months. TnE income tax law is now before the ev A Colorado woman committed sui laborers and negro substitutes at ISoncls. U. S. supreme court and is being argued cide because a neighbor with whom she Orleans took the form of a riot in which trying quarreled threatened her with a lawsuit. five men were killed, two probably by distinguished lawyers who are The undersigned committee will on to convince the court of its unconstituJoe Bean killed Bob Clark at Win- drowned and many others Injured. The 1805, tionality on account of its class legisla-an- d chester, Tenn., for attempting to ride Mayor and Governor oro generally de- Monday, April County Court day, sell publicly In front of the other reasons. If it is declared to over his, Bean's wife. Clark was drunk. nounced for inaction. dt or in Stanford, Ten Llccoln roun- be no good, there will be a very large deA committeo of ttie Massachusetts ty uondt ot tie denomination ol 5500 each, beuritif Capt. Bob Baldwin, a 6 per date and ficit in the treasury, to meet which Con river pilot, was found dead in his bunk fianorjl Annomltlv in ilnwn in Georgia day olcent, fromhe bonds arepayaole annually nt to mature lu ao yeais July. I likely have to be called into on the towboat Nellie Speer at Paducah. tryitlK to find OUt What It IB Mat 18 llraH - with privilege reserved of paying tnem alter 10 gress would Landrcth's Sole Agent. ,,, . ., years. (J. M. fi.1WISON, . I extra session. The Lord forbid. Give J. F. CUMMINS, Major R. F. Harrison, for 28 years lntr rfiw iLDL'ittuu b uuuuu uimo iu mu j. u. I' AXTON. us the income tax, give us hades and the efficient Clerk of the Carroll county Soutb. Tho committee will find certain lomrotttee. throw in the devil, hut no more Congress court, is a candidate for Register of the natural advantages that can not bo dufor the present if you please Mr. Cleve. Land Office. plicated through legislation. SPRING AND SUMMKK. land. The wife of St. Martin de Re, under of Nicaragua has The Government syndicate sentence of death at Paris, is not permit- Something to Beautify the Ladies. Tub new liquor law in Indiana is a arranged with an American e ted to go near him, for fear she will give negro families very stringent ono. It prohibits the use for a supply of 2,500 Dally Halt, flowers and laces. him poison. She begged to give him a We give openimng. New the trade in agriculture. theassnrance to that they will of screens or curtains and provides that to last kiss, but it was denied her, lest abo find In our etiablithrnent the tame exclusivcnest A man at Springfield, O., claims an application for license to sell liquor In ttyte of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the transfer poison from her mouth to en- leading novelties in Millinery for which vse aie may be defeated by a petition of a ma- have invented a new gun, operated by known throughout the country. electricity) and capable of discharging able him to cheat the guillotine. I have secured a trimmer for the jority of voters in any ward or township. of the new silver party The sponsors Thanking you lor past favors, we respectSaloons are not to be provided with 1,000 Boots a minute. fully solicit your patronage heretofore to literally At the Drug Store of Six saloonkeepers at Paducah, over- have figured it out to their own entire bestswed. M. D. DUItUKKAK- chairs or tables and the man wh.o takes KATK UVDDHKAK, Manager. Bound money dem to do so standing whelmed by the moral wave that has re satisfaction that the his bitters will have already prepared their wins up and in full view of the street. The cently struck that town, want to sell out ocrats have for nominatine Preaident Cleveland for and leave the place. march toward reform and the final ex'Bread is the Staff of Life" Robert Pearson, colored, has been a third term. This Btory they hope to termination of the saloon is growing with great effect in frightening THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. arrested at Bowling Green, charged with use THK S apace and may God hasten the day. HKRD OK duping negroes by representing himself Western democrats into their camp. Pauline C, daughter of Chief Justo be a pension agent. Col Nicholas McDowbll, of Danville, Physicians of Paducah are complain tice Fuller, baa filed a bill for divorce commissioner of agriculture by appointnobody gets injured in that well from her husband, James M. Aubrey. R. H. Bronaugh,!Pror, ment of Gov. Brown, announces that ing that regulated city, and they fear surgery will Mra. Aubrey had not lived with her husowing to ill health, be will be forced to OrabtOrchard, - - Kentucky. band for aorne time. The divorce bill ia soon become a lost art. give up his candidacy for the nominaMrs. Frank Harrison, of Anderson, the sequel to an elopement. The com"' tion to succeed himself. He has made ll lilt lllll ll Hi. ,.!...! Stock-- . attempted suicide by drinking car- plainant ran away to Milwaukee with Breeders secure.) .rom trie- best herds In several different States.iCorreipondence Solicited. an excellent official and his friends re- Ind., to him six was discovered before life Aubrey, and waa married gret that they will not have a chance to bolic acid, but yeara ago. was extinct and restored. show their appreciation of his faithfulThe democratic vote for president in Allen Allsbrook, a native of Princeness. His retirement leaves the field 1892 waa 175,401 and the republican vote ton, this State, escaped from the Tennespractically clear for Col. Ion B. Nail, who diflerenco of 40,000. In the nominee. Hurrah see Industrial School, land in a fight with 135,441, a will doubtless be the election for Governor the previous year an old fisherman killed him. for Nail. The Hest and Latest Improved, The proceedings brought to. forfeit there waa only a difference of 28,000. In year Congressional election of '91 the charter of the Olympic Club of New tho off Tiib withdrawal of of Orleans for permitting prize fights has it waa only about;7,000, but in the comHouk from the race for fcSs?Always Reliable. ing November it will jump back to tho the House leaves Col. Silas Adams with been decided in favor of the club. The widowl of J. Howard Mason, old standard. at present. EveryMake the LIGHTEST BREAD, but one opponent, Mattie Meadows, of Lewiston, W, body who knows tho gallant old soldier killed in an e!evatorccident at the CoSWEETEST CAKES, And a Full Line of of outraged pride, fatally cut hopeB to see him victor and the chances lumbia buildiug some time ago, has Va., in a fit Young's throat with a razor. Tho WHITEST BISCUITS. been given judgment for $15,000 dam- Agnea now. are decidedly in his favor. ages. Meadows girl's father, aged 75, wanted to For Sale by A whale 75 feet long was captured marry Agnes Young, but hia daughter Tub republican Leaialature of West badly beaten by : objected, and Bhe was Virginia has passed a law forever dis just off the coast at Nehant, Mass. Call on in the back of the monster was tho old man. She then Bnatciieu iior franchising a man who Bella his vote or Dealer in Gene, al Merchandise, offers to do so. That settles it. West an ancient harpoonjljearing tho dato of brother's razor, severely cutting her father aud fatally iojuring'the woman. Virginia will never go republican again. 1853. bo-ioex-Mn- She will bo' permitted to shako the dust of the island from her W. P. WALTON. dusky feet and go to England, where bIio will be able to keep the wolf (torn her Legislature ol India- door on her income of $10,003 a year. If tho republican na, which has just adjourned sine die, She will hardly bo a visitor at Windsor represents tho party in Hoosierdom, it is Castle, however, Queen Victoria not g specially fond of "nigger" queens, of only a question of short time when the honest peoplo will return the govern- the ex- variety, at any rate. hands. Tho session ment to democratic Emmktt Garvin Looan'b merits as a ended Monday with the most disgraceful weather prophet haVat last been recogof the many acta which had character nized by the government, which has ap ized it from tho inception. The measly pointed him observer at Anchorage. The gang attempted to prevent the governor's Courier-Journdevotes half a column secretary from reaching the House with to tho announcement and gives the reasa veto message when a riot followed and suring assurance that we shall now have several men were seriously hurt, the sec- no more bad weather. Mr. Logan is said retary fatally. The veto was of tho bill t) carry his weather in his hip pocket to abolish the office of State House cusand always has the best variety. todian and the body adjourned before it carried their point was read. The rascals Friends of Judge James H. Tinaley, of bat it ought to, and doubtless will, result Barbourville, are urging him to stand for in the democrats carrying the State next the republican nomination for attorney-generat'me, notwithstanding the most dishonThere is not a better man in est of all gerrymanders. his party, nor a more learned lawyer and would make a model offijurist, Tbk war in the Orient is about at an cial, and he but he sees the futility of the efforts end. The pig tails were no match for of the republicans to capture Kentucky the fighting little Japs, whose record is a and wHl likely not play in the losing series of conquests from the beginning. The terms of peace, which seem to have game. al Thoro are now 17,000 miners at work A wind and Bnow storm is prevailThough under sentence of five yeais' imprisonment and to pay n fine of ?5,000 ing in Nebraska with tho mercury 12 be- nt tho CO ceut rate out of 22.000 in the Pittsburg district. for complicity in tho recent still born low zero. Miss Cora Hull, a Stoubenville, O, John Mulligan was hanged at OklaHawaii, the government at revolution in belle, dislocated her jawbono while homa City Wednesday for tho murder of Stanford. Ky., - March 15, 1895 Honolulu is not to ho Too hard on oemj-Weekly Interior Journal yawning. car-loa- l. Gabriel and Hannah C'nrk. Vice President Stevenson bought a handsone combined mart) whilo in Dan ville from Moss & Rue for f 500. Leroy Fernald, who murdered his mothor with an ax, cheated tho gallows by starving himself to death, in jail at Alfred, Me. Preston Sexton, of Woodbine, Ky.,' aged about 70 years, dropped dead of heart disoaso while in the waiting room of tho passenger depot at Corbiii, Friday. Thomas Gilroy, Jr., son of Gilroy, of New York, has challenged his brother-iInw, Walter Scott Halo, to fight n duel and the challenge has been accepted. The mob that shot fur prisoners and an innocent driver near Wules-burCol, completed its work of vengeance by overpowering the jail guards and shooting to death in their cells two Italians who had escaped the ambush. The Italian Ambassador nt Washington instituted an investigation into the killing. rr g, Why Put It Off! COME AND FIND OUT 1 4c. 20 Dozen Yacht Caps, 1895 SPRING PATTERNS DR. I. B. COOS, Stanford, their-spear- s j-- Turnpike Election. 3TOB SALE LOUISVILLE T-..- : STORE, - STANTOBD, ZY, five-eigh- 1 DON'T fint-claj- -- Dabora Tour Cvttl. OILS. VARNISHES. Lincoln County PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 8th, Conrt-ilous- e well-know- n FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, toen-g4g- New Stock in Papers and Bulk. Faint. . Buy Your Alabastine Wall Paper and first-cla- ss tea-so- We. IB. MTOOBERTSo BLUE-GIIAS- Ballard's OBELISK Duroc Jersey Red Swine " Flour & R5SX. - ysy door-keep- er O'BRIEN . WAGONS, Ira-bedd- J. C. FZ.OKXXTCZ. Harness of All Kinds. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, . Kentucky. P . Ami-Week- ly Interior Journal 15, IBS) 5 New lino of linta just recuivfld ,Shnnkfl'. Cf a. at h.ivo Wk keep a full lino of J. B. nnd P, D. in- - corsets. Stanford. Ky., - Maium low dollnrfl, TiniEK nlco rooms over our atable,ncxt Cook for rent. M. 8. & J. W. st your clothing at SliiinW and at StMuks' and got n four hand, they aro going like hut cakes. in E. C. Walton, Business Manager to Dr. t Baughman. It lias rainod off and on for tho last throo . Col. W. II. Duddkhak'h other blood hound has also died of distemper. This is pretty tough as the two cost $100 'i Gkoikik Ellis has bougut an interest tl A VH in his father's store at IIuBtouvillo and With tho wind rinht from tho Hist, Which Job tolla ub in flftooir.two tho firm name Is now John Ellis & Son. Isn't very sood food, to Bay tho least. Losr. Certificate of stock in National Tuk weather predictions yeetorday " Building and Loan Association nt . were: Please return to J. W. ttout, StanSnow Tnursday, much colder at ntht, followed by stationary temperature ri ford. day. A new lino of clothing on hand at i Shanks. Tho latest styles and best qual PERSONAL POINTS. ity for tho 1pbbI money. Co mo in and Mil. J. S. Budso went to LexlnRton see for yourself. Tuesday. Tiik llrm of Sino & Menefeo has dis Mk. J. Warrbn liocKKii ifl laid up solved, Mr. Menefeo retiring. Mr. Sine with sciatica. "Jim Cnow" Dillon, of Lancaster, was will continue tho business nt tho old stand on Depot street. here TutBiUy. Mir Lizzie Helm is vioiltrjR relatives Missus. John L. Tanner and Joseph at IlodKenville. K. Carson, both of McKinney, havo Mil W. D. Wkaveh, of tho Carter Dry rented A. Glass' nt Kingsville Goods Co., was here to see our merand will open a stock of general chants: Tuesday. in n few days. Mil M. 13. McMullin, of Rockcastle, was hero this week. An important question, in which every are visiting member of the Odd Fellows lodge here Mh. and Mrs. T. F, his sister in Louisville. is directly interested, is to be discussed Miss Nannie Oivens has returned from at length at the next mooting nnd a full a visit to Mrs. II. G. Cook ai Jellico. attendance is expected. Mn. J. S. IUiniiaht, of St. Louis, la Hon. D. II. Shields, the last of the viBititiK bis son, Mr. K. L. Heinhart. is visiting Mies lecturers, will be with us on tho 20th Mita Sue Willie Hale He is highly recommended and it is hopGlenn Bibb In the McKinney section. Mwsns. G. A. ,1'iikwitt and A. P. ed that for onco a largo crowd will as; em Youhk, of Casey, were hero Wednesday ble at the opera house to hear a lecture, Mb. G. It. Wilkinson and Mrs. J. W. The Andrews Opera Entertainment Moore, of Casey, visited friends here this will drnw a number of couples to Danweek. ville tonlght and Saturday night. "Tho Alias Jennie Buknsidk, of Garraid, has Pretty Persian" Is on tho bills for the been tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. C first and "Martha" for tho second perDurneido. formance. Miesra Saiiaii Cuiitib aud Lou Hocker, Eleven Now. Jailer G. W. DeBorde visited relatives here of Hustonville, is reaping tho benefits of Laurel county's Wednesday. Tom Yeaoer, tho popular young trai- Insecure jail. Shoriir F. P. Elliott do ner, will soon bo ready for business over llvered two more prisoners to him yes terday, Ciiris Jenkins and Milton Mortho Cecllllan track. Advocate. of tho Louisville gan, both charged with forgery. Mr. Frank Dickbiit, Commercial, is here working up a big We do not know what thogiris around subscription list for the "old' reliable." Stanford, who were accustomed to have Mr. J.S. Okblby, Jb., returned from Worth, tho man milliner and dress mak Franklin vesterday. Hie mother-in-law- . though some- - er, make their dresses will do now that Mrs, James M. McKlwaln, the old man is dead. Death loves a shinbat Improved, U still very 111. Geoboe Burton, hm , of Pittsburg, ing mark and shot at him Monday. came down Tuesday to see his father, The Cincinnati Southern runs a Jim Mr. William Burton, who continues of the stomach. Crow car to each of its local trains, but very ill with iulUmmatlon Mh. D. B G. Kobe. rei.resentlng the it can not mako tho crows go into them Louisville Post, was hero Wednesday in at Cin:!nnati, as it would be a violation e commerce law, The tho Interest of that excellent dally and of the negroes havo caught on to it and they imlitttHl lxcal Acent Barnes Wearen in crowd into the ladles' cir as big as dogs materially Increasing its circulation. of Lincoln county, It is rather a novel sight to see the races Mn. M. F. Elkin, has been here the past week working up mixed in cars now, but wo saw it ad the order of Maccabees. About 60 names nauseam Wednesday. have been secured and a local Tent will Danville is at Inst catching up in the bo organized this week. Winchester march of progress. Water was turned on Democrat. from Dlx river Wednesday at 3 o'clock Mb, F. 0. Brown, of tho Commercial and tho town turnod out en masse to see TiustB.&L. Co., of Louisville, is here tho novel sight of water being forced in Its Interest. Ho ia exceedingly well three or four miles up hill from tho river, posted on tbia lino of business and back- Tho water works is now nbout complete, ed by tho good company that bo ie, after an expenditure of something like should do well here. $70,000. Of course Dix river water is better than none, but half of tho year it CITY AND ViniNITY. will bo too muddy to drink ami too hot the other half. Bead DankB' big ml. this week. Louis-vlllni m Btoro-roomer-chnndi- so Si-in- Electric cars nro now operated in Jerusnlom. The oldest Protestant church in the AND MONEY. United 3tatea Is St. Luke's, near Smith-Hel- d, I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below The city council has suld alt tho iron Va. It was built in 1032. and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Machine lamp posts to Marshal Newland, who is There 5U03 Methodist churches of to be shipped direct from factory to purchaser: peddling them out to Lancaster and oth- all branches in tho United State, having The Ideal Sewing Machine S20. The Climax Sewing Machine $22. er small towns. 1,5S'J,281 communicant!-- , and their The New Home, style two, 523. The New Home, style three, 25. A land slide near lijoat on the C. V. church property is valued at $132,110- ,The New Home, style five, 528. branch detnined yesterday afternoon's All made by the New Home Scwine Machine Co. are warranted There was a fierce fiht In n Polish Northbound passenger train and it was for five years. I have the followintr Pianos and Oroans. which I will Catholic church at Ouialm between the nearly 0 o'clock whoa it passed hero. priest nnd his supporters on one side and sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are offered: I have secured tho agency for the an outHide faction on tho otlr-rWhen j Louisville and Cincinnati papers and tho iuvnders opened fire, tl.o priest, who will bo found at Jeeso D, Wearen's office. was saying mass, exchanged dickering, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, the chnlire I'npsrs will be delivered promptly to pe- for n revolver nnd began firing. Chicago Cottage, Two Gerts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, trous. Barnes Wearon. men were wounded. Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince Kimball, & Son. Tho flantiflcation meeting at And Others. Sam Duddeuar, son of Col. W. II. !b bearing the usual So'd on Eay Payment.. Special At'ention to Mall Orders. fruit. At for fast riding iu Dudderar, was lined Pianos and OfRans Tunoi and Repalrd hy one of the most competent workman I evan early hour Wednerday morning the er knew, who served n any years In factory learning his trd. All Rowland, which, together with the cob s, 1..1 .l good cit'zens of that town wero rudely Sewing Machines repaired and wairanted amounts to $17.60. Tho colonel aver Address, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. that it is n piece of spite work and that awakened from their slumbers by the continuous yells of a crazy woman, ho can be a hand and a half hims.l who was proclaiming as sho walked the when it comes to thai. streets that she was walking In the city The Young Ladies' Aid Society of the of the New Jerusalem. A new feature was added to the usu Christian church will open an Exchange in My. Williams' room, opposite the St, al court day program at8helbyville MonIn Imitation Asaph Hotel, Saturday afternoon, March day. Tho Rev. Dewitt Forwood, pastor 23d. They will not solicit, hut any con- of tho Baptist church, delivered a sertributions will be acceptable They hope mon from the steps of the Baptist church to keep tliis up several weeks and ask on tho public square. Ho was assisted housekeepers to lenvo orders with them in his work by members of the church for Sunday dinners. Articles Bold on choir, who eung several hymns nnd were Look in our window and you will sec that you cannot tell these goods commission. joined by the audience. genuine. We will be pleased to show you and quote you The individual communion cup from the Ban Him. It C. turd, candidato 0 prices which arc within the reach of everybody. Every article is usefulj State'treasurer on the democratic ticket, seems to be coming to stay. The Balti more Methodist Conference refused to president of tho Manchester bank, and who m irried Miss Emma Garrard, who condemn it and many churches have N. J., Centenused tit no to school here, had a row with adopted it. The Hon. John D. White at Manchester this ary Methodist church has gone them all j week hiuI drawing a pistol on him, ran ono better in the matter. At a late ad tho "crested jayhawkei" all over the ministration of the sacrament there were tables inside the altar rail with fifty town. Ho says that "Mr. White has gobleta on each table and each goblet 'walked over' nearly every one In the county and attempted it on me, and I full of wine. There was also a multi. havo proved to tho" people here that tudo of bread plates and the fenst was made real. White is a coward." Ilugliea & Tato. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Call SAVE 3 T'la.JLS. ORGA2TS: . FXAXTOS: CUT GLA TM Will flu Prices Srpme Ydu. DANKS, Carpets. - JEWELER. . MATRIMONIALMATTERS. NEW ADVERTISEMENT-;- . There are 10,000,000 married couples iu France and 20 per cent, of them have no children. Charles Hocking is in jail at Newark, Ohio, for swindling over 50 women in various portions of the country, not a fow of whom be married. H. O. Helpenstino and Miss Mary Reeves we're married at Flemingsburg. The groom is 74 and had been married twice before, whilo the bride is two Largest Stock, A. C. Sine, Lowest Prices. Successor to You can buy a Carpe for about one half what you used to pay. inter-Stat- Staskoiid has a board of U. S. modical examiners that is second to none in the "Mark down" salo at DankB' this State. The gontle.nen who composo it week. nro reputable physicians and their spe. - a luRt V Tii :.; niioea for tho least money nt cialties make them peculiarly fitted for ir tho work. Dr. J. F. Peyton, tho presiounuso "V Ties of every variety ut Simula'. J r dent, is a surgeon of much note, Dr. Steele Bailey, Hecretiry, ia a general prac tltloner, whose services aro much sought after, and Dr. J. G. Carpentor is known Pinuriu needs. iiBsturtium and Hweet lu and wide for his successful treatment peas in bulk. W. B. Mcltoberts. o! the eye, ear, throat and nose. Find Wn will nin-- a lot of bovB' odd coats three more competent, painstaking phystheir real value icians than these in ouo board aud they and vests at " will give a thorough medical examinaHughes & Tate. tion free of charge. Six ner cent, will bo added to 18U5city was adjudged 'iTn. AmillfL Settle at onco. Sam W. Miss AnnikJOaiu-kntei- i of unsound mind by a jury Tuesday and Collector. Menefee, 03 Weduesday Sheriff T. D. Nowland, ac We handlo a genuine Dongola shoe companled by Mrs. M. (E. Daviess, took for $1.20; no sheep akin about it. Hughes her to tho asylum at Lexington. A Tato. Hughes & Tato, Her hallucination began with a too of the faith cure theory as window LookMq Danks, the Joweler's, nun lino of imitation cut taught by Bro. Barnes and when she em ..n.iooatim bracad tho sanctification doctrino as proglass. Prices way down. mulgated by'Dr.'Oarradino and his fol. WbhoIUIio celebrated Peerless hes io jvera the brittle hold that she had on iery and Misses' real Maco cotton ribbed sanity snapped, and for months she has Lobo, the best mado. liugtiea b iaio been hopelessly bereft of reason. Sho Mr. and Mrs. . J. 8. Uockkh bought of Mrs. Nannlo staid withdid everything Thomas Dal they could for ton, who Anilnrann. of Garrard, four shares of her and only resorted to tho stop they stock in the First National Bank of this did, when'everything elso failed. placo at par. The ladles' Aid Society cleared f 17 on their court day dinner. r one-ha- lf years his senior. A Hancock county man who has I will carry a general stock of Duildiog Mate- - Mattings Sc up. Ingrains 25c up. Brussels 50c up. Velvets, Body beon married and divorced four times is rial and by idling Moquetts. about to shoulder the matrimonial yoke OXTX.7, once more. He evidently d,oes not beSmyrna and Moquett Rugs 25 per cent, less than last season. Chelieve that marriage is a failure. Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has A. W. McMurray, of tho Davis Sew- ever been offered here. I would cU special at- nille Curtains, Lace Certains. Swiss Curtains, Curtain Poles, Window tention to ing Machine Company, formerly located Shades. We say without hesitation that we can save you money on, SLAT here, eloped to Covington with Mibs Coin this department.' ra, daughter of Mrs. D. B. Willis, of Midetf Oak Pickets, the cheapest and bast fence anything t in the market. Kirksville, where they were married. L. P. Coffman, who was granted a IRON AND STEEL ROOFING divorce by the circuit court last week Will work at City Prices. yesterwas married at the day to Miss Alice McCowan. It was CONDITION OK THE Judge Davison's first ceremony and was a very impressive one. Tho marriage FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. wns set for Weduesday, but CofTman's AT STANFORD, neighbors threatened n charivari and At the close of business Mch. 5, 1895. ho postponed it a day. Mr. John Taylor, of Marion county, RESOURCES. aud Miss Lucy Givens, of Hustonville, Loans and Discounts Sg2,ig6 (6 wero united in marriago in tho Myers 3.939 93 ; , B21 House parlor at 11:30 yesterday morn- Slocks and bonds ia Due fiom Hanks ,$ ,2g , ing, Rev. W. V. Bruce, of Huetonyille, 5)500 lUnklnp house 00 olliclatiug. Miss Jennie McKinney at d Furniture and and lot fixtures 800 00 Mr. Junius H. Hockcr accompanied Taxes and Expenses paid f,:i ,3 them here and stood with them during Ca5h 16,333 97 With all the Latest Improvements. Ncthing on the market like it. tho ceremony. The hridp, who is a Our Motto is $J36.97 00 daughter of Mr. George Miller Givens, is LIABILITIES. a pretty bruuetto, charming in manners Capital f?oo,ooo 00 aud altogether n most lovable lady, while Surplus stock paid In, in cash fund . o,ttj 72 the groom ia n prominent farmer and a Due Depositor. Hfi6j iq gentleman. After dinner at Due to Banks splendid 3(477 gj Try one and be convinced. the Myera House, at which a number of 5336.97 9 the contracting pair's friends took part, Sworn to before me by I. 11. Owsley, this Mch. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor took the train for 13. '895. W. M. HR1GHT, N.I'. L. C. their homo noar Bradfordsville, where 78. they will go to at once. REPOttT OP THE CONDITION Tho Interior Journal joins their many or friends in wishing them a safe and hapTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, py voyage of tho journey just begun. Look at These Priees. FOR, CASH WIRE and FENCE SEVERANCE & SON. court-hous- e The Latest ! OR NO -- '95 GASOLINE STOVE, "SATISFACTION SALE." house-keepin- g -- HIGGINS & McKINNEY, OF A LOCAL NATURE. - To the Pen. -- Deputy Sheriff Richard M. Newland took William Hale to Frank lort Wednesday to servo two yeara for the killing of George Pennington. Boys, I've got 'em. That is I have hntB of all kinds and nt all prices. I have iimirn imin nnd hi ack lints, tail hats and low hats, boy's hata and men's hats. In r.nt T imvn hats. hata. hats, hats, hats W. II. Shanks. The firm of Slno & Menefee Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. A. O. Sine ..will continuo the lumber business at tho sarao yard. Accounts and notes due the firm will bo placed in tho hands of S. W. Menefee for collection. March 12, 1S95. Over 50 deaths are said to havo reRESOURCES. sulted in Floyd county from a diseaso reLoans and discounts sembling cholera. .....$'46,818 19 375 "9 Eighteen young men, of Madison Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. S. Uonds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 county, took Horace Greeley's advice Stocks, securities, etc 14,193 31 and left for tho WcBt,to become farmers. furniture and fixtures.. 9,150 00 , 1,535 60 ItuBsoll county got two now post- Due Irom Nat. Hanks. Due from State Banks and Bankers 1,445 48 masters the other day: Edward Aaron Due from approved resert c agents 5,633 S6 M. Colpor at Irvin's Checks and other cash items at Denmark and D. 8,675 80 Notes ol other Nat. Banks 3,08000 store. Fractional paper currency, nickels and Dr. J. P. Huff, formerly editor of S 33 the Vancoburg Sun, contemplates estab- Specie 6,589 95 lishing a newspaper at Monticello, Legal tender notes. ,,587 00 9,176 95 Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer Wayno county. S per cent. 01 circulation 2,350 00 A fire at Columbia destroyed nearly including the postofiice. It orig- Total $350,350 7 Horse Thief Cauout. A messago a block of Barbee Bros.' livLIABILITIES. from a friond at Somerset says: Ono day inated in the ollice $200,000 00 to Capital stock last week a negro giving his name as ery stable and it took heroic eilorts Surplus fund 23,100 00 t save the Undivided profits Robert Hutchison and claiming 165 74 T. A. Hendricks, of Pulaski, took National Bank Notes outstanding 4 5,000 00 Well Woods," near Crab Orchard, as his Due to other National Banks a gymnastic 1,856 85 home, rode a bay horse into town bnre the world's record at 371 17 in a hop, Bkip and Due to State Banks and Hankers at Danvillo tried to sell him. Chiof Hughes back and Individual deposits subject to check..... 75,356 35 diBtanco baa heretofore been Notes and bills redtscoucted arrested him as a suspect and wrote de- jump. Tho 4,50000 inchscriptive letters all over tho Stato. Yes 29 feet 11 inches, but he added fivo Total..... f330i350 terday W. N. Bush, of Lancaster, wrote es to it. STATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Lincoln, A dispatch from Middlesboro says: " that tho negro had stolen bis horao near I, John J McRoberts, cashier of above a few days ago and this ovo A quorum not being preeout at thocpun Bank, do solemnly swtar that that the abovenamed Hyattsville state, Mayor D. G ment is true to the best of my knowledge and bo ning City Marshal Arnold, of Lancaster, ell meeting, no successor to lief. McROIlERTb, Cashier. JOHN J How loug this came here and identified the horse. The Colson could be elected. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 day ol W. M. nRIOIIT, N. I L. C. deadlock will last no ono can tell, as both Dec , 1S94. negro, whoso alias is Col, Welch, was J S. HOIKEK, ) sideB aootn determined. Meantime tho tried and held over in tho sum of f 100. S H. Bai jIIman. Directors. J J W. Hay-I(city Interests suffer. He is now in jail at Somerset. Banking-house, AT STANFORD, At the State of Kentucky, at the close of business Mar. 5, 1S95. My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as Neat and Stylish Goods As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their "' VAILUJE ANB BEAUTY Call in when convenient. H. J. McROBERTS. court-hous- e. Ko WEA1EN9 Dealer In tout-iiame- nt 1 Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STAITFOUD, TSTST. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. HNJtHJI swisi , riitA 'i V. Semi-Week- ly Relative or Something or Other. ETablishod Every Tuoaday and Friday Slio fiat right opposite n bnshfnl AT looking young ninn in n JoiTerson o enr nuil lookud nt hi m so steadily for fivo minutes that ho grow impatient. rWhen not so paid 83.60 will be charged." Finally sho shifted tho market basket, kTc. I LO CAl TIME CARD. two bundlos and stalk of colcry to tho seat bosido her and leaned over and Train leave Rowland at 7 too a. m., returning at said: pao p. m. "Excnso mo, sir, but isn't your uamo L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Biggs?" - t 37 p m No. 31, Train going North "No, madam,' ho said, blushing. ' - .... sajpui No.aJ, "Then you're not a son of Iliram " South .......11 St p m No. 13, " " J No S, ' 313am Hartley Bigga of East Saginaw?" nvo-num J Interior Jourm NOT A BIGGS. AOJnstnblo lUnll.tlo Novel Synopsis. lint no Might llnvo Itrcn As all modern roallstio novels aro alike, I havo invented rt simplo labor saving device which will render tho roading of thorn unnecessary. With an unsolflshuQss that is raro in modorn times, I freely givo it to tho publio without n patent or n copyright. Tho dovico consists of tho following synopsis, which will fit nil realistic novels ns a pair of elastic suspenders will, lit any man or any lioy. CHAITEIt I, Ivory 60AP ij c to (J. 1.. Uiricr, Ilriicetilie, Ny. MAPLE SYRUP. ,:; DENTIST o ' DR. Dentist, W. B. FENNY, Ky, or rent. 'I hey are on Main Mireet, in tho principal Mrs M.J MII.LtU.Manford. Mock. 75 STORE ROOMS. inWfo'r0. Stanford, Office on Main Street, A. S. PRICE, SUKOKON Jfncoover McKobsrts Drug Storo in tho n )ws)ey lluildlng Stanfoia. Opposite, tlie Poat-Olfi- CarriaQ Paintor. Call and exanslr.o my work before laving your carriage icpalnted. I am located in the onFv shop In town In which fine work can be done and will be here permanently, I solicit a share of your pstronage wtilch I will endeavor to merit by workmanship and fair treatment of all. Shop in Mencfte lluildlng on Depot strut . A. II. K1NLKV, Stsnfird, Ky. f 3m first-class V Introduces tho heroine. Sho isuoithor beautiful, rich nor accomplished. Sho does not fail in lovo with tho hero. CHAPTER II. Wallao Stnnlord, B. - - Attorney at Law, Varnon, QUEEN & CRESCENT.' Trims pais Junction City ai follow! : in?" No a North t No. 1 South f "No." pm " ...1.30 12.15 a to. " 3 "Namo fsu't oven Biggs?" sho urged ...3.15 am ia.3opm " 6 ' 5 " 10 ...000 am persuasively. " 9 " ..... 840pm "lotlliraui "Imnnot." Biggs' nophow or cous- ft IDo not Stop "Yes. Sho was a Biggins. Yon havo her eyes and hair. Thero is a Biggs look though, sure enough," sho addod fibsolatdy roflcotivoly, inspecting tho young man -till nioro critically. "Born in East Saginaw, A cream of tarter baking pow- you?" sho inquired suddenly. woron't der. Highest of all in leavening "No." Latest United States strength. "Ever been thoro?" Government Food Report. "No. " "Woll, tain't chanco, " sho declared ROYAL BAKING FOWDE& 00., emphatically, "and if I had threo blocks moro wo'd got to tho bottom of 106 Wall Street, New York. this. I'm sorry I havo to got off hore," Bho added na sho gathered up tho market baskot, tho two bundles and tho stalk Baking'tk wcro uo heroiuo around. Ho noithor makos lovo to hor nor to anybody olsa Tho novelist doesn't givo him n chance, CHAPTER in. is not." "It Introduces tho villain, a man of ox "Woll, I thought for snro you was ono of 'otn. I revor saw such a family cellont moral character and high and lofty purposes. Ho doosn't carry off tho likeness." Tho victim smiled that uncertain girl to a dark, dank, dismal cavoru, but emilo which is played, like trumps, keeps right along about hisrogular call-luas a olerk in his father's coalyard. when in doubt, and thoro was a welcnAiTKn iv. come silonco for throo blocks. Then tho Introduces tho masouline rival But ownor of tho markot basket leaned over he ho uo troublo whatovor with tho once mora sooms to mo you favor olo Mrs. horo, bocauso neither ono of thorn cares 'lit Bigga moro'nyoudo Hiram, " sho said. anything about the girL v. g Introduces tho horo, who keops right along nbout his business, ns if thero Kentucky. It Floats Witlac; as Executor, Administrator and Assignee Special attention glen to Settle nents of Ft. tales, as Aito'ney and dale and Division of ntauts' Lands. e. Office on Lancaster St. over Supt.;W. F. McCla-ty'solac- J. : T. : SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, '.KENTUCKY. 90 c a -- TO THE ZiADXXe CO- Offers his services to the people ol West I.ln- cola and Casey Counllet. Full stock of Coffins and Caskets always on hand. 1 D, S. Carpenter, Manager. 93 BEST FOR SHIRTS. THC PnOOTtn OAMBLC - ontl J. W. ItAl'CIIMAS My stock of Millinery and Notions Is kept constantly complete by weekly purchaics and jou can always find what you want I Invite you to call and Insrect MISS LICCIK nKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky MONUMENTS- - M. S. "Ahl" CHAPTER IJAfciimN. Pure Introduces tho fominino rlvaL Sho has no troublo whatovor with tho horo-Inbocauso neither of thorn cores anything about tho follow. 8UCCEEDIKO CHAPTERS. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, TO LIVERY, FEED SALE STABLE, Kontucky. Stanford, ss up tho remaining SOO pages of tho book in graphically describing how nothing whan ver happened to any of tho characters of tho novel. Now Thofio fill York World. Not So Important, Dr. Iloosovolt, describing in Scribner'a Magazino his lifo as physician in a Now York hospital, narrates tho story of a-- reproof that would have boon moro useful to him if ho had been a less mod- lluilders from original designs and best mat and workmanship. I desire to call your attcutlon to the fact that I Ofilce 349 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. Yard and Work Shops, MontpeJIier, Vcimont rsoraiiTOKSam ready to stive you In Drss Making In any kCd Carrara, Italy. and all suit. I tak. the best fashion Journals and keed posted on what ladles should wear. Long esperlence; original designs; satisfaction &. 80 guaranteed. Price, reasonable Come in and give me a trial. I employ none but first class help At present I can be found at Miss Carrie Por ter's residence on Lancaster Street. Kespectlully, MISS MARY I). SMITH. Stanford, Ky. 77 em Dealers n II you need livery givo us a call. Nothlnr. but first-claturnouts will leave our stable. See us for rates. In our THI 3LADZXS. GRANITE and MARBLE. J. KARINSfcCO., J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. HARNESS SHOP s, You will find a gvod assortment of Harness, Saddles, &c Have your repairing done by our man, he understands nls butinrss. We have a mechanic in our Ilrl-dle- Ky. Midland R'y, All Kinds of Coal, Only Duect t.u.e Uclwecn Shortest and quickest between Cinclnnntl mid Frankfurt Frankfort, QcorRotown nnd Parle, Carlisle, Mfiyavlllo, Cyntuiiina, Falmouth and Oovlnnton. ..For a., Refreshing Bath, Hot or A. stylish Hair TrimJorJClean Shave, " 64s li Good White Seed Oats fur sale. visions of a mangled patient floating Arr Fraokftrt .A....u jo 70 733 713 Cook & Farmer's Barber Shop. Sole proprietors Dean's Iltsck Diamond Roo through my mind. Returning Thank. Leave Frankfort 8.30 a m. ; arrive at Leaiagton i'ainU Kallmales funuined for painting Wood, ' Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. I0'43 a m. about "Woll, ho begau v Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A. O. Lanhsss Horo is a story of a colonel who was P. Cattleman. Leave Frankfort 7 a ra ; arrive Cincinnati at All tools painted with Dean's Illack Diamond Furniture and Stoves. in a way I much addicted to traveling and who 10 ao a in. Paintguarantc.d for years Dealers In t It was wakin tho Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Step In and sec a Leave Frank foil i:jop. in. ; artlve Cincinnati tern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Filters. best cis- f once reached homo when tho houso was etm " sjj p. m. nice line of Rocking Chairs and Furniture. tho others and full of his son's guoats and staid to SUNDAY TRAINS. (ban ever bclore. say, John?" "What did ho dinner. Ono of tho company, a notoriLivery Slablcmd Il'acksrtith Shop for rent. WisTLeave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.J aritve "Oh, ho kop' romarkin an at Frankfort 11:30 A, M. ous drawer of tho longbow, told a story Kast Leave FranVloit i:j P. M arrlte at yon nro. An a foino of his boing off tho Capo of Good Hopo Georgetown 3 "tj P M. F. B. RILBT, Proprietor, GEO. li.COOPElt. over an ovor, JAMES H. YEAGER. thin ho Leave Franklort a 30 p in ; arrive Cincinnati in an Indiaman, whou a floating object - - - Kentucky. 6:s3 p. m 'Was discovered which proved to bo a 'If anything should Leave Cincinnati 7. jo a m ; arrive Frankfort London. 8s 'until I went and a m. lino cask, whereon a man was soated cling(have moved to my new Ifotsljaad asa bstsa The Kentucky Midland Ralwayand conntc says I: him. I ing to a small staff in the bunghdlo. bona form the shortest and cheapett rout, to alt cteparedthan ever to accommodate the pubUc. .........Proprietor! of...... up. If you an JBARBEE &CASTLEMA.N "Conio on board," rotorted tho ocoan Good Livery attached aad every coawaieaca points .Sooth, Kail, onh and West. strsd. GlvaneacaU. For further information apply to their gnU. waif when hailed. "No, thank yon. Roosovolt should fly out troo tho MANAGERS, yy fRANK RILIY, C. D. UCKCAW.Ucn Pass. Agent. tonight, wo'd all horo.'" GEO. D. HAKI'KK, Kec'r & Con Supt I'm Tery oomfortablo hore. I am bound STANFOKD, KY. TTjoaniarc'e Building, Loui-vil- la Frankfert, Ky. for tho capo. Can I take lottora thero Itaviog bought of P. W. Green his Livery busAt the Children's Party. NATIONAL BANK for you? Don't bother about me. I'm Agtati throughout the South. iness and added new buggies and horse, we aie prepared to faruiib, all right" Of STANFORD, KY. Then, amid the silence which followFIRST-CLAS- S TBIBBLI, LootU Afftnt, ed this incredible yarn, Colonel TURNOUTS W. Capital Stock" U On short notice. The traveling public will find STANFORD. KY. groToly addressed tho barrator. and Surplua us always ready and willing to tnrniih Drum"Sir," he said, for.ycara I havo boon mers' Wagons, either single or double, or Carnages of al kinds at very LOW PRICKS. Tb Attention of the public is Invited to the fast ..IF VOU ARK GOING....... trying to find anyonobolonging'to that that this Is tho only National Hank In Stanford boys in and around town will also find us the pto ship to return thanks for tho great Under the provisions of the Naiioaal Bank pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at or are secured sot only by the capital courts and entertainments and your horse and ve courtesy shown to mo on that occasion. stock, butbv the stockholders liability lor as hide will be well cared for. sv .THE At last I am enabled to do so, sir. I YKAGER & COOPKR amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured ky a fund nf f inn.oao. Myers House Stable, bianford, Jty, S; was tho man on tho cask. " J-s- of colery and Htartcd for tho door. 'Too bad, ain't it, to leavo it unsettled liko that?" sho said regrotfully to the conductor as sho climbed off tho car. But the young man didn't think bo. Ho looked as if ho had shaken a brick off his devoted head, and even tho conductor seemed rolioved as ho started up tho car again. "Hold on, conductor," scroatnod tho friend of all tho Biggses, dropping tho market baskot, two bundles and stalk of colory on tho track and hurrying after tho car. "It might bo on his mother's side," Cold, sho said breathlessly. "Ask him wi his mother a Popham or did" But tho go to car was gono. Detroit Freo Press. est man: BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee firrt'Claat woik and satisfactory prices. Ti, our horse shoer. Tho Myers Bouse. P.'.W. GHEEN. Proprietor. Ono morning tho night nurses camo na usual to report to mo. John finished tho general nccount of tho night's events, and then began to stutter frightfully. At first ho was unintelligible, but at last I discovered that bo was talking about Flaunigau, tho whining patient I finally mado out tho following teutenco: to "I was Flan-niga- n Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. W. S. BTTROH, Attorney at Law, Stanford, Office on - - Kentucky. Mast night" "To crush him, John! What do yon Home. Laocaiter Street, oppOtitc the Court Collection! icceive especial attention. ES Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard 'I una. I am still running this Hotel sad TirueTabU Dec. 30, 1S44. win continue to give my guests the politest attcn- - well a that best the rket uwrds. No. 1. No 3 No. s Nu 7. TIIAINS EAST. am. pro. a. m. p. m a jo 830 Lve Kranktott A 7 go 413 Special TravelS S3 " Klkrorn s 40 ... 711 440 sS Public. " Stamping Uround 7 9 jo 313 300 " GecrgetonII. 7 47 101a J 19 543 .. 7 S3 3 33 Arr. C. S. Depot i 3 Jo " l,atu.......C.... $30 430 w. a. JOKES. J. T. JONU, mo a. Attention to the ing moan?" TRAINS WEST. Didn't I "I o himl D. S. CARPENTER, Lve Paris "What did you do?" I asked, with Hustonvillo, Ky., 9 45 C.S 37 "Georgetown II 10 40 " Stamp'g Ground 10 jo 10 Klkborn ,Cra.. Dpol... io No. s. No 4. No 9 p in. a. m a. in. 3 30 No. 8 JO NX3BZIOS.. os 643 703 343 617 is 30 Ui Tin & Sheet Iron Works, 03 140 , Stanford, Ky. sco k I ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Stove-chcapc- r Insurance Company THE RILEY HOUSE W-h- at J o Rrroo-sovlo- t, Yeager Cooper, sh-sh- Livery and Feed Stable, FIRST u ,G.-aros- e 9100,000 21.300 -- ICORTH WIST, Tit-Bit- s. Not So Stupid. LouiaviLLC - t Nashvilic R. B. z I the l'ne for Toui Make cloie 'u at gioublc Dally Trains connections i "Thoro's a man tosco you, sir," said the oillco boy politely. "Woll, you stupid, didn't I toll you I wouldn't soo anybody?" "Yes, sir." "Then why did you recoivo him?" "I told him to wuit without, sir." "Without what?" said tho boss, expecting to crush tho boy by his chost-nu- TO THI CZTZZZXTS Mutts FROM CINCINNATI Of Lincoln County. The New Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., '"v:.-al- Mill, t. Superb Vestibuled Trains Five sworn statements of the condition of th's basUi are mads each yearto the United States govtra-tas- nt and It. assets are examined at stated tisisas y government ageau, thus securing addititoaa aad perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tas Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1838, then ued as the National llaak ol Stanford io iSoj aad again re organlieUas the First National llaak el Sunlord in iSta, has had practically an ualnter- rupted existence of is years. Ills better supplie-awun iHuiiiii lor transacting ousmesa prompt ly and liberally than ever bsfor.in us long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-ted. i V rr ' f &OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH "Without any chanco of seeing you, sir, " nud tho boy dodged through tho door. Dotroit Froo Press. In Sightseeing. "What did you givo that stronger monoy fur?' said Aunt Eliza ns sho and Undo Hiram waited in tho station after getting off the train from Huyvillo. A Bargain Is now In full operation, and Invites the attention of the builders or Lincoln county to its material, superior workmanship and low prices. Note To Leilngton, Chattanooga, Ulrmlngham, Mo rldlan. New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack Aunt What I Not havo ono of thoso F'lup. For any ? "W. A. JOES. KICK. Agent,Ky Stanford, McQUOWN. Triv. Pais. Agent, information nico oakes? How's that? Promising Child ( feobly) SOME OF OUR PRICES: function City Ky NORFOLK AND RAILROAD. TICKETS y:;iO, SOLD TO ESTERN ALL POINTS: INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, COLORADO, flEBRASK AnXANSAS, CALIFORWiA, No Need of Telling;. Buyer (who has hastily snapped up a bargain) By tho way, you ndvertisod "That's all right, Liza," said Undo that you had good reasons for selling. I Hiram triumphantly. "That's a nico forgot to ask what thoy wcro. feller. I givo him $3, and ho's goiu to Sollor (grimly) You'll find 'ora out fix it so wo can go out and sco tho sky- fast enough. Ta, tal New York Weekscrapers without oxtra charge." Chi- ly. cago Record. A Subterfuge. Undo Ebon's Observation. Old Lady Why nro you two mon "Hit am or good t'ing," said Undo using such frightful language? Ebon, "fob folks ter try tor bo satisfy Ragsou Tatters Woll, lady, mo and wif whut dey kin un'stan. Ef dah wus mo pard has to exchango heated words less hypnotism goin on nn mo' babtism, fur ter keep warm, not bavin no overdah wouldn't bo so much troublo at do coats. Philadelphia Record. preseu' time. "Washington Star. Truo to Life. Guarding Against It. "Do you think tho pictures will bo lifoliko?" "Yos, indeed. Sho was in n perfect rago with tho artist" Chicago Inter Perfectly clear poplaror yellow pine flooring at bundrud. As low as i 50 per hundred, 'crfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at 11,50 per hundred. As low as $1 30 per hundred. Allpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow pine, poplar, chestnut and aih,'as low as fi aj per hundred. .Double dressed lumber as low as fa per hundred. Iteautiful yellow pine finishing lumber, quarter oak, &c. Save money by giving us you. orders. THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL. Lancaster, Ky 73 6 onvllle. Through Sleeping Can to Birmingham, Albany, Knoxvllle, Asbevlllc, Jackson, Vlcksburg and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles and 5a n Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the 5outhwet via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOQA Send for Literature end Time Tables. CHAS W ZELL, D. P. A., Cor, 4t h and Race St. , Cincinnati, O. The Directory of this Dank is composed Foretus Raid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. llayden, Stanford; Ol i , S.IIocker, Preiideot; S.H, Itaughman, Lincoln; J.H. Hocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, SUnford. K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M.J. Miller, ML Vernon John J, McRoberta, Cashier; A. A. McKipn.y, Assistant Caahler. FORINSURANCE THAT INSURES, SEE- Farmers Bank&Triist OK Is now fully Co - STANFORD, KY., ready for business witk Kirby.The Insurance Man, If you want to get in orgniiednd . Paid up Capital of Surplus, - - the best companies. Fanners can save money by seeing him. $200,000. 21000. NATIONAL SUCCKSSOIt toTHK LINCOLN Now closing up) with the By provisions of Its - &, TEXAS, , sdtrb-wsbi O Ocoan. . , Dnuger. Paper, Paper, Wall Paper. 1 sb t?2Sf , mnB-wss- r, THE BEST FIHST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. don't caro for the grapes at all. pendicitis? Not on your lifo!" troit Tribune. Dontist conio? "No," exclaimed tho Fox loftily, "I ApDo- ROUtFtO THE Accurate. What aro tho Student last-teet- h HORTH AND EAST. UUMAH VESTIBULED COACHES. SLEEPING AND DINING CARS I Brilliant guess. Lifo. Fnlso The stock of nice paper that we have on hand must go at a sacrifice. 25 cent Gilt Pnpers fo at 15 cents " " " " 20 cents ' 15 " " 10 cents " " " " 16 8 cents that " " " " 15 cents 7 " " " " 6 cents teeth, I I2 2. saint assets aud under the same management. chatter, depositors ore at n.Ll Pf.0,ec'cd""i1 depositors in National Hanks, shareholders being held Individually Iiaole to the ttent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, io addition tj the uiuuui mvcsieu in sucn snares. It may aitas executor, administrator, truatoe, Ac, as ful y as an individual. To those who cntrusled their bulsincss u as while mnagtng the Lincoln National lUrk al ptauloru, wewe here lendcrour many thanka and y wl" "nUnue to transact their bu.meas S? wltn us, oiltring as a guarantee for prompt atten-uo- n to same, pur twenty years' experience is banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. roa-siste- nt DlHSCTons: 10 8 ere THAT VnilR TICKETS READ OVER THE rn'OLKWESTERN RAILROA. CHEAPEST, BEST ANO QUICKEST LINE. s, 3njpLlet, to nny Station Agent, or to W. B.PCVILL. Jmu I Wrltn for Rates, Statu, Time-Table- Descrlptif I I1uaf r 1ft. W. ii. COLlMHre.0. 0M,VA. ALLEN HULL, rr M. T. BRAGO, Traullai I'im. kg KOiaOKCTA. j "Dear mo," cried tho nurse, "tho baby has bwallowed my railway ticket. What shall I do?" "Go and buy another right away," returned tho mother. "I'm not going punch tho baby." to let tho Coinio Cuts. con-luoto- Class In Definition. Teacher What Is a heroiuo? Scholar I guess it muht bo a mar- 4 cents Come in and convince yourself. You can not afford to miss our Spring offerings in Furniture, Chairs, Beddings, Foldirg Beds, Car- " " " " " " " : scents J J. Williams, Ml. Vernou; . il. Shanks, ijtaiilord; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S, J. Einlry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; ried woman. Dotroit Freo Press. pets, Window Shades, Papers, &c. Undertakers and dealers in Furniture, Carpets, Window Shades and Wall Paper. r Human Nature. Tho moro you puff a cigar thosmallor It becomes, and that is tho caso with Bomo men. 'Household Words. r'yilS'-'t' WITHERS & HOCKEE, K. Caaii, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MlUcJgevilU W. H. Cummins. Preirh.r. S, H. S banks. President, Or. J. 11. Ow'a , Caih er, J. 111m W. M.Urgit, I'elct -t- M4 2' ' -- j,