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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895031901 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. l emi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXIII. . LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. OF A LOCAL NATURE. ( s STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MARCH 19. 1895. FARM AND TRADE NO. 6 ITEMS. VIDDLEBURG, CASEY U0UNTY. , J J Oapt. W. 13 Grubba has dropped out Madam Humor ban it that one of our n of the Legislative mco in Hoylo. fairest bullea la soon to bo married to Samuel House, a brother of TIioiupb l'iR(R). Poarl Ibh movod hi family to House, died Saturday of pneumonia, John Farls, where ho is now enRnged in tho aged Oil. J. W. Wndswortb, a special friend merchandise business. of Mr. M. N. I)eltuw and liked by nil TL'o holiness meotlnn is ollll In proKentucky etock men, la dead at Charcess at tho John Graybeal school-hous- o Wo understand that h large lotte, X 0. near town. A green goods man number have boon aauctiiledf,?) There three Oampbel-Jltes- " Calloway county farmers at Paducah, are still a low with cool, lovol heads, in our selling them several bundles of worthless paper for f503 of their midst. V H. Thompaon, of Ktat Hrn-slad- t, Mrs. Itinsom Craig, colored, for 50 vleited Mra II. 0. Thompson. II Thompson and J. D. 8mlth nttonded years a preacher In the Methodist church, 0. U.S. court in Loulavillo thia week, in died at Uarrodsburg, aged 75. Ho had tho intoreat of tho Altamont (Joal 0 m. held every oillco In hla church, but that of hit hop, panj. -- J. W. Logslen, superintendent of Jackaon bus returned from It. M. Williamsburg, whore ho haa been at- thn Cumberland Yalloy Branch of the tending a meeting of (ho Laurol, Knox L. & N., has been appointed superinand Whltloy Ooanty Fair AaeoclationB. tendent of tho M!d(ile8boro Bell Rail Tho faira In the mountain counties nre road, vice A. K. McCown, resigned. "Wid" Hall, the man who duped largely attondod and aro boing improved year. Mr. Jackaon aaya that tho Louisville and other merchants out of every LaureLOounty Fair this year will bo a thousands of dollars, waa found guilty in the U S. court at Loulavillo for frauducredit to any county. lent use of tho malla. He tried to work KATIE LEE AND WILLIE GREY. his racket on Mr. George I). Wearen's house, but that gentleman kept it from Two brown heads with tossing curie, rod lipj abutting over pearla, hire feet honoring his order. Mrs Llzzlo Karris, of Dana, Ind., white, and wet with dew two eyea black and two eyea blue, little boy and girl sends us the following notice of her father's death, clipped from tho Vermil were they, Katlo Lee and Willie Grey. lion Democrat. Deceased waa a brother They had chueka like cherrlea red of t'nele KJ McHobcrta and an uncle of ho waa taller moat a head alio with t J. E and Mack Bruce. urms like wreathe ol anow, awung a Albert G. Mclloberta waa born in Lin- to and fro; aa alio lotted half in play, coin Co., Kentucky, Juno 20, 1810 and chattering to Willlo Grey. They were Btanding where n brook died nt hia home two and one half milea bending like a shepherd's crook, Hashed southwest of Dana, Feb. 0, 1895. He thick ranks of gietai was married to Mary A. Fisher In 1800 it's ellver-a- nd fringed the banks -- half in thought and and came to Indiana in 1803. About 18 half in play, Katie Lee and Wlllio Grey. years ago bis wife preceeded him to the 'Tretty Katie!" Willie said and there spirit world. He waa a quiet, good citicame u dull of red, cross tho brownnwa zen and for 31 years held a membership of his cheek "boya are strong and glrla n the Christian church; but wishing to he In fellowship with hia daughter, he are wo.ik, and I'll carry, yea I will transferred his membership to the Meth- up the hill," basket Katlo anawered with a laugh, "you oillttt church a few weoks before his shall carry only half" and then towing death. He was one of the old settlers of back hor curl, "boya aro weak aa well Vermillion county and had been here aa glrla." Do you think that Katie until Time gave him a kind .of owner guessed, half the wisdom she exprprwed ship in the couutry and its progress. Men are only boya grown tall hearla The vicinity also looked to him aa one of don't change much after all mid when ita forefathera. Tho responsibilities will lrng years from that day Katlo Leo and now fall npon tho shoulders of the Willie Grey, stood again beside tho younger and inexperienced, and the brook bending like a shepherd's crook. way in which they discharge their remains to be seen a'nd they alono It Is said that Wlllio said while again a dash of red croaaed tho brownneaa of will bo held accountable for the manner hla cheek "I am strong and you are in which they improve the talents enweak; life la but A slippery steep, hung trusted to them. May the end of Time tlnd us all as faithful in the discbargo ol with ahridowfi cold and deep! our duties to our country and fellow "Will yoo. trnat me Katlo dear, walk men as was Mr. Mcltoberts. beside me without fear? May I carry if I will all your burdens up the hill?" K'apjlkoxic Pdzzlk. -- One day the And ehe anawered with a laugh, you Kmporer met a grizzled, solmay carry only halil dier aud asked him where) he lost his Close beside the little brook, bending diva. like a shepherd's crook, washing with its "Sire, at Austerlitz," replied the vetsilver bands, late and early at the sandr, eran, with a respectful salute. ia a cottage, whore today, Katie livis "And were you not decorated7" with Wlllio Grey. In a porch she sits, and lo! swings a "No Biro." "Then hero is my own iron crocs of basket too and fro, vastly diderent from the Legion of Honor for you. I make in years agono the one that she swuug yon a chevalier." this is long and deep and wide and haa "Yonr Majesty names mo a chevalier rockers at tho sidel because I havo lost one arm. What And the burden that It heard addeth would Your Majesty have done if I had much to Katie's cares aleeplesa nights lost both?" asked thu crafty old fellow. and tlttya of thought have a change in "In that case," replied the Emperor, Katie wrought-b- ut the valiant Willie proudly, "I should have made you nn still takea her burdens up the hill! olllcer of the Legion." Whereupon tho veteran of Austerlitz China haa called upon Russia to in terferu against any demands that ma) at oncei drew his sword and unflinching be made by Japn for the cession of any ly cut oil his other arm. Tho only thing myaterioua about this part of the Chinese mainland. Similar will bo made ol Germany, Great inspiring little incident is: How did ho requests doit? Britain and Franco. Luther Cash, a negro, wants the re Catherine iMclJuititi, no lias hero publican uominatton for lleutonant-go- v toforo assorted that she killed Dr. Uader, ernor. ills uamo ought to be of great on thu witnesa Btand at Jackson assistance in securing the prize but hla Saturday that Thomas Smith killed him color is agin' him. Jesaatnlno Journal. and had frightened her into telling the Two of the crow of a British ship, the original story of tho criino. She was Yeoman, havo reached Marshflold, Ore., given a life sentence. Smith has already and report that tho vessol sunk and L'Oof been condemned to hung. the crew were lost. A mad dog in Adair county bit a She said: "I'm sure I love you son of James W. Jones and several head And could be your faithful wife, of stock, and created a general Btam-peIf I lived on bread and water in tho neighborhood until Miss The balance of my life." Sanders, a young- woman, killed the anThe fellow knew he had a snap And eo tho two wero wed, imal with a shotgun. He furnishes the water; Col. Clay aenaibly says of tho curShe hustles for tho bread. rency questlou: "It should not be lug"1 riao to a question of personal priv- ged iuto the present Stato camptign, at ilege," exclaimed an agitatod lady mem- loast not into the Governor's race, aa ho ber of tho Colorado Legislature, address-in- will have nothing to do with thu the speaker. "Is my hat en that issue." straight?" Burlington Ilawkoye. Prince, of New Mexico, has declined to Boryo on the new Silver parQuaruntood Curo. ty' mmmitteo from New Mexico, We aulliOiUL i ui ..utw..-i- - J...,,;.-- . Ij;.jwu as a reaann that h doa not pp Dr. Klug' New DUcoyeiy for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon tins condition; If you with a Cough, Cold or any Lung prove of separate political action at this are alllicted Throat, or Cheat trouble anil will mo thi remedy timo. according to dircctious, giving it a lair trial and .uv ivui.ii iim luiuiugiuu uncn ui experience no benefit, you may return the itoilie . and havo your money refunded. We could not ' ihara Into a garden by means of artes make thu offer if we did not kuow that Dr. King New Ulicovery could belied upon. It never dis- Jan wells, aud already 12,000,000 Hcres appoints. Trial bottle tree at A. H. Penny'i have been mado fruitful. Thoro are drugstore. Largo sue joe andjl. acres more waiting to be convertCuro for Iloadncho. ed. ed "aolf-satlsfl- hard-earne- d aav-inii- s. K-j- O. W. Williams will train ID youngsters by Allerton this year. J. G. Lynn sold to the Logon Bros. 25 head 000 pound cattle at 35. John H. Murphy bought in tho Kast End, a small bunch of foeders at 3c. Dick Robinson bought In Rockcastle a bunch of extra good heifera at 2c. -- F. B. Bishop bought of W. L. Dawson h bunch of yearling lambs at f 2. Ozoto defeated Klamath at Oakland, Cal , last week In 2:03 j, 2:10J and 2:10. D. N. Prowltt has bought 500 lambs for Juno delivery at 5c, says the Advo- John Wesley has moved to the Dr. that tho wheat crop had been greatly injured by tho severe winter, but the warm weather has brought it out. Tho Maccabees aro talking of taking out partitions in tho upper story of W. , and reP. Keeney'B large modeling generally for their uso as a lodge room and town hall. It is hoped that it will not end in talk. A hall is not often needed here, but when it is, it is badly needed. Our people were thoroughly aroused by Prof. Cline's course of lectures on Catholicism and it is more than likely that the A. P. A's. will organize here Bro. Clino is a fine talker and Boon.seems (0 have studied his Bubject well If Romanism is what he pictures it, it is high time steps wero being taken to crush it out. Mr. J. 8. Coulter celebrated nla 70th anniversary Tuesday at his home two milea above town. His children and besides many of his friends and neighbors were present. A splendid dinner was partaken of and the day was highly enjoyed by thoBe present. Mr. Coulter lives with his two daughters, Misses Florence and Belle, and they know how to make their guest feel at home and spare no pains in their efforts to do so. They are two excellent young ladies and aro denying themselves many of the pleasures of this life, in order to render tho declining days of their father, happy. Mr. Coulter is an unflinching democrat and has the utmost confidence in Grover Cleveland, and does not think the present hard times are chargable to him. He was always at the polls on election day, until last November, when his health would not per mit him to go out. May ho live to celebrate many more birthdays, is the wish of his host of friends and neighbors in this section. store-housegrand-children, Dye property. It waa thought Paper, Paper, Wall Paper. The stock of nice paper that we have on land must go at a sacrifice. c cents 25 cent Gilt Papersgo at 20 18 16 IS 12 10 8tf " " " " " " " " ' " " " " " " " " " " " " " " 12M cents '10 cents 8 " " " " cents cents 6 cents scents 4cents cate -- At Danville, J. B. Ruble sold to Frank Hill, of Masonville, Ind., thetwe-year-ol- d filly May Day, by Raven T., fcr fl,000. Tho releratcd Coldstream stockfatm near Lexington, wa sold by tho assignee of Muj. John S. Clark. It brought only $11,000. Horses wero never bo cheap on tho Pacific coast, good animals bringing only $2 or f3 a head. Mattingly it Sanders, of Marion, Bold to W. B. O.Tutt, for Juno delivery, 100 cattle now ou alop, rit 5 cents'. Come in and convince yourself. You can not afford to miss our Spring offerings in Furniture, Chairs, Beddings, Folding Beds, Carpets, Window Shades, Papers, &c. Undertakers and dealers in Furniture, Carpets, Window Shades and Wall Paper. WXTHSHS & HOCKEE, It Is At Wisdom has-ke- Tho Hamllns willjhave 05 horses in training this year. Ed Goers will be t the head of one stable and Charlie Lyon the other. A deal was closed Saturday by which a controlling (interest in the Latonia Jockey Club passes into the hands of Loulavillo people. Johnston, 2:00, the veteran pactr, haa been retired. During tho'last bovi n seasons ho has paced 102,'heats at an average of 2:I5J, and won fW.OOO. At Rue A Faulconer's Balo1 in Dan ville Katar McGregor sold to Nichol it all times to examine closely whatever you buy, Before investing your money. We are always ready to show goods and compare prices with any competitor or with any market. It takes hard knocks, low prices and good goods to succeed in times like these, and we are willing to give all. Before buying shirt waists, dress goods, white goods, laces, embroideries, hosiery, shoes, clothji ing, neckwear, underwear in Muslin or Jersies, Don't Fail to See Us. Tnoma, Islington, for $1,250. Fifteen head brought $8,500 the firatday. Montio Fox bought for Goldsmith Ka-tiu- 'd Our clothing stock is now opened in our new clothing room, where you can try on any garment and get a perfect fit. Remember our clothing is made this spring by Balman, Smith & Co., the finest artists 150 feeders of T, L. Carpenter, Gill Cow D. S. Johnston and J. P. Rifle, for an, in this country. Every garment guaranteed to fit and to give satisdelivery from July 15 to 30, at 5 cents. faction. Remember our Perfection Shoe "made by Kippendorf, Dittj M. 8. it J. W. Ihughman bought at man & Co., superior to any made. If you want lace curtains, towels, Southern Magazine. Tho March the Danville sale a pair of geldings and a or anything for housekeeping, come to us. Alpony and P. W. Green bought a pair of number of the Southern Magazine haa table linens, napkins Holdings. They got them so cheap they just beon issued and is quite an attrac ways at home from 7 a m to 9 v. m. tive edition. It containa a very Interestaro ashamed to tell what they coat. Strathraore, tho most famous of all the Rysdik Hambletonian, died at Fort Wayne, Ind , from tho effects of a fall. lie waa foaled in 1800 and was the sire of 45 trotters and seven pacers and the grand sire of ill. Frost has ruined the apricot crop in Northern California. Almonds, prunes, grapes and peaches havo also been injured. In the neighborhood of Vacavllle the loss is estimated at a quartcr-oa million dollars andabout the San Jose tho valae of the fruit destroyed w8 f tio-i.ooo- du-tl- es ing article concerning the historic locali ties around Chattanooga, profusely illus trated and well written. It also has short stories by E. O. Lovell, Maud Mason Am-ti- n and Lidie Averitt Rivers. An article upon tobacco Is also an interesting feature. The new publishers of the Southern Magazine are maintaining its reputa a periodical and have tion aa a more than maintained iU standard typographically. We can send yon this mag azine with the Interior Journal for $2.75. Tne price of the magazine alone urst-clae- HUGHES & TATE. FLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. Have just received a full line of . is $2. a one-arm- ed i SA-or- e be bulge in the spring and Oakley in tl 6 fall. The Kentucky, end of the good thing will open Its gates May 23d and pull down tho blinds 30 days Jalterward. Tho day following the! game (will crops the Ohio and for 30 days Oakley will have the puuieu. Thoro appeara to bo a bright outlook In tho cattle market. Exporters have b :tin trying! to) make' engagements in this section at five cents for July delivery. Col. Jas. Morris, bought last week in Nelson county t 79 :head of cattle, weighing from 725 to 1,250 lbs., at 3 to 3J cents. Woodford Sun. -- One of thu latest swindles that farm ers have to contend against, ;sayB an ex change, is that of a gang who wish to purchase tho.right to use) their fences and barns for advertising purposes. Their plan is to secure the right, pay a few dol lars for it, paste up a few bills and then ask the farmer to sign a receipt for the money so it can bo giveujthoir employ ers. Tne receipt turns up shortly after waads as a note for $200'or $300. By an agreement JLafonla gets "II will be observed," Bays Journal, speaking of the Int!-d- r the members 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. ' of the 54th Congress which haa 245 republican's and 101 democrats, "it will 1)6 observed that thn republicans have a lit tle moro than a working majority." But the hopo that is within us, Brother Wal ton, is abiding that they will work to their own destruction. Whether the democratic party will have Bense enough to take advantage of tho destruction and cohesion enough to clinch the advantage is another thing. Tho hope ifn't so well founded as to that part of tho program. Covington Commonwealth. W. E. PERKINS, Oral: Orchard. James Frye, HUSTON YIIXE, KV. de - g aettld-ment- Kx-Go- . 00 A a remedy for all forma of Headache Klectrlc Jitters haa proved to bo the cry belt. It rffccti a permanent cure and the moit dreaded habitual all who are alllicted to procure a bottle and give tbii reined; a fair trial. In cases ol habitual con- lck headacha yields to it influence. We urgo stipation Electric Bitten cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few caws long ream thcuse ol this aediclni. Try it once. Large bottles onlv v cents at A. K. Penny'i Drug Storo. $140,000,000. P. A , Cincinnati, O. W. A. Beckler, m 1 The best salve in the woild for cuts, bru'ies, Preacher "Yes, brethren, there'll be sares, ulcers, salt rheum, fiver sores, tetter, chap- N P. A.. Ill Adams St. Chicago, 111 ped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, ' O. A. Baird, T. P. A., Detroit. W. W. no night there; no night there." It positively cures piles, or no pay reputred. It is Folding-be- d guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or inoner Ddnnavant, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. O. Man. "Schucks That refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For sale by kind of preaching breaks me all up." Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. A. K. Peony, Stanford, Ky. Bucklln'tJ Arnica Salvo. Some Superstitions. That it is a sign of good luck to see a dead donkey. That the tlight of a bird or bumblebecB iuto a sick room presages death. That a sudden! ehiver meatiB that a goose ia walking over one's future grave, Tlmt Sunday U a very unlucky day on which to kill a cricket or(turn a feather boJ. 'Havo you boarded long at this That to cut.'ono'a uailsj on Sunday in- houBt-?inquired the newhonrder of tho sures thu devil's'company the rest of tho sour dejected mtn sitting next to him. WOik. "About ton years." That Iho striking of tho clock while "1 don't boo how you can stand it. the parson gives out ,hia tert presages a Why haven't you left long ago?" death in tho flick. "No other place to go," said tho other That it ia lucky to have one's teeth Bet dismally. "Tho landlady's my wife." f clover or wide apart; to fiud a m see a piebald hoise or to atumblo up stairs "I nover hoar you complain," said an That thu baJ.oll'dcUof seeing the new agitator for the emancipation of women 1110011 through glau mty bdtcouuteract-e- d to a gentle little married lady. by turning over the, money in one's "No; I havo nothing to complain of." pockets. "It is possible? How perfectly wretch ed you must he'" Town Topics. ErwoRTii LttAauKus. Send stamp for ofllcfal book "Historic Cnattanooga," It is estimated that tne sealing waters containing full particulars International of tho Actio now coutdn 100.000 or 500.- Convention of Epworth Leaguers, at 000 teals, which are all that are loft from Chattanooga next Juno. Tho Queen a herd numbering millions 20 years ago, and Orescent Route will nuke rate one aim iiioy rejiroaani u imai vuiue Ol about fare for round trip. Ctias. W. ZjII, D. " four-lea- "Do you think your Bister likes me, Tommy ?" I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolu"Yee; she stood up for you at dinner." tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem im"Stood up for me? Was anybody Bay- possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming ing anything against me ?" to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these "No, nothing much. Father Bald ho goods will arrive in the next few days. thought you were a good deal of an ass, but sis right up and said you wasn't, and told father he ought to know hotter than A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat $1, $0 worth S3. to judge a man by hia looks." a Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth $5. 50. Mens sandals worth 75c It requires about 12,000,000 stamps a for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth $oc for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for day to conduct the correspondence of our 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' population or a totil of 1.3S0.0O0.OOO for and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2.50 to $7. 50, worth $5 to the year. There is not as much letter Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor writing theao times a3 thero was when dollars. These goods made for S12.50 to Si 5, former price 18 tho country was moro prosperous, but a equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. decided increase has been noticeable dur are ing tha list two months. The weight of ! the mails is nu accurate, barometer of Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know business affairs. CLOTHIUG to-25 I 1 DRESS GfOODDS that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latesfshaye, for Si. 15 "The sequel Buy and sell for Cash.a worth S3. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. UBtwbwiM flf'to Is Receiving His SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. 1 IP 'Jf K KF k ; i? r riiorxiaTORifor embezzlement. Cleveland shooting ducks, New OrAccording to tho new contract leans hoodlums shooting negroes and & Thk Louisvil'e Post, which says that governor be- Frankfort will be lighted by GO arc lights British seamen; Colorado white caps Hardin can not be elected shooting Italians, and a Spanish war ves cause of his free silver utterances nor to cost f 96 each a year. - Kontucky. Family tronblea cauBed a Batavia, N. sel shooting at an American ship, all in Clay because be demigogically fights corweek. Cin. Commercial-Gazettlivery e,le ua a call. Nothing but II you porations, continues to urge that Judge Y , man to murder a Constable, shoot a one woman and commit suicide., Two years ago George Die, a bachel- lor rates. turnout! will leave our stable. Sec us R. P. Jacobs, of Danville, be made the In our William Walton, six years old, shot or, died in Elbert county, Ga., leaving an party's standard bearer. There is not a HARNESS 8H0P brother in estate of 1125,000 to seven illigitimate purer, abler, better man in the State and killed his negro children. A big contest followed You will find a gbod assortment of Harness, ho would make a Woodford county, accidentally. than Judge Jacobs and Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by It is said 14,000 old soldiers, who and a third trial of the case has just our man, he undtritands hit business. We hate a candidate against whose name tho slightnegro mechanic tn our est reproach could not come nor aught are members of a colonization syndicate, ended in a decision in favor of the BLACKSMITH SHOP. legatees. are about to remove to Georgia. bat good be said, but wo suspect that William Halpin has been sontenced Great excitement prevails in Win Will guarantee work and satisfactory nothing could induce him to give up his prices. Tit our horse ihocr. politics to six nionthB in jail at Chicago for offer- chester, Va., over the arrest of a negro ease and lovely home to enter for attempting a criminal assault upon a for which ho Beems to have a special ing to take a bribe while a juror. Three hundred negroes havo now white married woman. Four militiary is no man in Kentucky aversion. There gathered at Savannah waiting for a companies have been ordered out to pro whom we had rather support for any vent lynching, and others aro held in than Judge Jacobs, but we fear we promised ship to take them to Liberia. The stockholders ol the Dinvi!le & Crab Charles Crouse, of Columbus, 0., readiness. pile are it quested to meet at the I'lrst NaBhUl not have that pleasure. tional Stanford, while attending a hop, fell over the banCapt. Smith Cook, of Shelby coun- 6, 189s,IlanL, in purpose ofon SATU DAY, APR. for the electing directors lor A speck of war flecks our fair horizon. ister of a stairway in the houae and broke ty, tho.Kentucky 'giant, and late the ensulnj year. JACK UOSLKY, President While an American mailBhip was passing bis neck. the Kentucky Legislaon her return from a far The government is building a new ture, has left his wifo and gone West to near Cuba at Washington. It is to be a grow up with the covntry. He is seven Southern port, she was fired on by a I Spanish warship, fortunately without ef- structuro of vast size, and to coat many feet and ix inches high. The cause of fect. On learning of the insult Secretary millions. the coolness is not stated A party of Australia gold hunters of State GreBbam promptly notified the Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease was to bo llavinc decided to go to farmlttf I d Ire ' 1 el all of m property at consist-inSpanish government to disavow the act revenged themselves by butchering a nomiuated for mayor of Wichita, Kan., privatelygood, newy dwelling of Rowland, supplieds of a 5 ro mi, with Slid order that it shall not occur again or village of natives who had stolen their yesterday by a citizens convention, and lot water from ths .Stanford Water Workt. The on which the house stands co ilsins in the event of her nomination she of an acre and lies just outside of the town limits take the consequences. The words have provisions. and in The negro rayisher of two respect- will be supported ; by the populists, of Rowland. The outhouse are numerous located the bark on them and 8pain will either good repair. Also a new store room 9014a to take a able in the forks of the Crab Orchard and "Cut Oil" white women in Georgia was democrats, women and prohibitions, as pikes. have to apologize for the insult A splendid stand for one droning to enwhipping. The Chamber of Deputies promptly lynched and his body riddled aainst the republican nominee. gage In the mercantile business Also a vacant on Shanks Ave. In Kowland. The aboe dewith bullets. Reports from Cuba indicate that the lot has the matter under advisement. scribed property cost me Ji.ijs, cash. I will sell The Governor of Nevada has approv- rebellion is more serious than the Span- it for $1,500 5 soo cash, balance in 6 and u months ror lurincr lormation can on or address. Thk trial of the Gratz will case at ed the resolution adopted by the Legis- ish will admit. The fighting began in a im J. II HILTON, Rowland, Ky. Lexington ended in a victory for Mrs. T. lature, indorsing Sibley and the bimetal- desultory way, but it is said that there are now 6,000 rebels under arms and H. Clay, who gets the bulk of the large lic platform. A block of $100,000 of tho new fours they are getting together in largo bod- Let your estate. Gen. Shelby, who married a Tainting, Papering and Calciminiog unat ies. Much pillaging and burning are til you see Deldeo Urothcrs. We furnish daughter of Mrs. Gratz, contested the will( coupons were traded in a 119 material and guarantee work, or no and apparently showed that Mrs. Gratz New York Friday and a sale of $10,000 going on. money. Address, Stanford, Ky. 101. Sunday was a good day for fires. At was absolutely in the power of Mrs. was made at 120. The republicans of Rhode Island Toledo the large round-housof the Clay so far as directing her actions were jury didn't Bee it that nominated Charles Warren Lippitt for Wabash railroad was destroyed at a loss TDohorzL "STour concerned, but the way. The case brought to light many Governor. The democrats nominate 1 of $100,000. Four men were killed by falling walls, and 11 more or less seriouB-lfamily skeletons that had been locked up George L. Littlefield. I will go to any place where there arc six or Mrs. Allen Jones, of Savannah, Ga., hurt. At Cleveland the Worthington more cattle to tehorn. I do the work with the in closets for yearsand has demonstrated Lightnlrg Dehoruer. Can dehorn any again tho truth of Paul's assertion that gave birth to two boys and two girls, tho block, occupied, among others, by tho three seconds. 1 he knife makes a clean, cow In smooth smallest weighing 3 pounds. They are World newspaper plant and the A. N. cut, (lets not crush nor break the horn, as the root of all evil. money is the clipper does. His the oily humane way lode all alive and doing well. Kellogg Newspaper Company, wao de- horn Does not punish he animal like tho saw, well as quick again as Thk publication of the biography of Eastern capitalists aro reported to bo stroyed, entailing a loss of $160,000. At and the wound gets For further Icfrmitlon, that made by the saw. call Gov. Brown, along with a on G. A. I'KViON'.itanforu, Ky. about to buy all the timber and mineral Milwaukee the Norris block was burned, Sec the Lightning Pruning Hook. t, 101. cut of him, in tho Mt. Sterling lands in Harlan, Perry, Leslie, Letcher loss 150.000. At St. Louis Hugh Rogers gave rise to tho belief that Knott and Elliott counties. & Co.'a elevator and warehouse burned SALE OK that paper had championed his cause for A man under arrest at Boston for and the loss will probably reach $200,000 U.S. Senator, but in answer to the forgery has been identified as Daniel S and at the mouth of Bayou Dartbonne, charge tha editor says that such is not Ward, a notorious criminal, who has fig! La., the steamboat Green Vaughau was the case and that he is for Gov. JameB urged in police circles siuce ISO I. burned to the water's edge with 450 hairs The undersigned committee will on B. McCreary to Bucceed Senator BlackOapt. T. A, Goodman, who killed H. of cotton. Monday, April 1895. burn. This is both a wiee selection and C. Parsons on the C. & O., was acquitted County Court day, sell publicly In front of the e a manly declaration. A Itlamrlrait Czar. dior in Stanford, Ten Lincoln counat Staunton, Va., on his second trial. ty lionds of tledenominalion ol tea In n re:ont nrticlo tho irroprossihlo 6 per cent, from date aod payable each, besriuir The firat jury gave him 18 years. annually ii Maj. Henry T. Stanton, Kentucky's Mr. Stoad boasted of enjoying a privato day ol July. '1 he bonds are to mature in so vers affectThe lockout of - them after 10 poet laureate, baa been holding down ing 200,000 oparators in England, began conversation with tho lato ozar, "as with privilege reserved ofii payim-DAVISON. years. M. K. CUMMINS, frank and full and nnrosorved as I over the editorial columns of tho Louisville Sunday. It is expected that about 0 J II. 1'AXIUN, hold with any man. " II was during a TiineB, while Editor Logan has been off a Committee. operatives will become involved. visit to St Potersbnrg. As Stoad had communing with nature and such things, A Georgia farmer killed 1,500 rabbits complimented Alexaudor in tho Pall and has succeeded so well, that evn during the recent SPRING AND SUMMER. snow, and made MallGazuttout a time when other Britsome of the elect wore fooled. It in no place," but enough out of them to settle with tho ish papcr8wcro reviling him, the czar Something to Beautify tho Ladies. easy nntler to tako Logan's men who picked cotton for him in the was induced to favor tho journalist with the "Mage" has succeeded admirably and fall. an interview. It was stipulated, Daily Hats, Dowin proved that his pen haB lost uono of its A constitutional amendment giving that it should not liut for moro We give openining. New the trade that and laces tho assurance to they will find in our establishment the same delusiveness cunning from long diBuae. 15 minute. tho right of suffrage to women will be than At tho end af thai In style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the submitted to the voters of California, tho time, tho omporor looked at hii wnlch leaning noveltlts Millinery we ate Thh Bberiff of EJmonson county was Legislature having passed a bill to that, and aroso to judicata that the interriew known throughout inthe country. for which I have secured a trimmer for the should ceams. "But, your majesty, " on hand Friday to inflict the sentence of effect. Thanking you tor past favors, we respect fully solicit death on John Young.tho negro murderWhile the funeral servica of Mrs. J protobtod Mr. Stead, "yon hart not laid bestowed. your patronage heretofore so literally M. D. DUDDLRAR er, but Young bad succeeded in break- Thompson, of Fostoria, O., was in pro a word." "No," said the czar. "You KATfc DUUDHRAR, Manager. bayeu's givuu m a cbauau. " Argo ing jail and escaping, so the officer's oc- gram tho fbor gave way and the living naut cupation was gone for a tirao. The gov- and the dead were piled up together in 'Bread is the Staff of Life" A IlMtr Oesselaaloss. ernor has offered a reward of $350 for the cellar below. Young and he will doubtless yet feel Mrs. Bello Braezing's elegant bagnio THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. burned at Lexington, causing a loss to the baiter draw. her of $40,000. Mabel Smith jumped Tna Louisville Critic says that Col. Ion from a second story window and was B. Nail ought to win tho nomination for badly hurt. Powder ommissioner of agriculture on the first Li Hung Chang has really started for i'ballet." He would if the ballot bad a Japan, sailing in great state, accompavote and could determine such matters nied by a retinue of 130 people. Two The ballet can bo counted for as hand- ships were required to carry the Viceroy some a man as Col. Nail every time. . and his suite. Three hundred Spanish army officers "Thb Kies" will be the name of a Bta rahl Ail aaii at loatl shortly to bo started at Den formed a mob and attacked tho offices newspaper ver by a lady. Everybody will take it, of the two opposition newspapers in If it is as good as the article f r which it Madrid, wrecking them and injuring is named, when taken from a pretty girl's several employes. A tremendous hurricane swept the lips. B Figi Islands, in tho South Pacific, 3yCsUsyusyiaVSjflF Pbisidbnt Olbvkland was os years entire town of 700 houses. wishing him many Crops were old yesterday. Here's ruined and starvation is the Reliable. returns of tho anniversary and may the prospect of the Islanders. Mnko the LIGHTEST BREAD. expected heir shortly to arrive be a boy The preliminary trial of four promprove to be just like his papa, and inent men at Rogertown, Ind., Saturday SWEETEST CAKES, VS7. --- r WHITEST BISCUITS. to resulted in their being held for trial for u But it was oulj threo lionsl It is cruel of the Louisville Times the brutal whitecapping of a woman 82 Blatter. make fun of the London Echo's gram years of age and her daughtor aged 50. rv Ann' lirtlfl ci T.frwllfeV u " mar. urer ujciw " For Sale by Miss Stella Storms, of Nabb Station, Says Joseph Koux: "Slander is a verMurray beforo him all the time, He'a : C. Ind., fainted when the bridegroom that dict of guilty pronounced in the absence : too busy running the G. O'. P. was to have been, failed to put in an an of the accused, with closed doors, withDealer in General Merchandise, A Duluth man is the father of iline poiranco at the hour appointed for the out defense or appeal, by au interested J wedding, and is in a critical condition. and prejudiced judge." successive editions of triplets. The Hop, Ion Brad Na U an osger Gerhart Sonnorfield, of Brazil, Ind. of tli Confederacy," Thk iNTERIORjOUKML Miss Da "Daughter and important candidate for Commie via, has written a novel entitled ended a throo days' sleep by dying. of Miesoiirl sionerof Agriculture of Kentucky, and Veiled Doctor," which has been "The Tho Confederate homo accepted by tho Harper Bros, and will is the only one in existence built and his candidacy Ih nceived with Interest SrANFOiiu, Kv, - March 19, 1893 soon appear. The hook is bound to at- supported by voluntary subscriptions. and watched with r flection in every Miss Davis inherits tract nttention. An old Chicago oxprcsaman once part of tho country. As a patriot and as qualities and lost $11,000 by a bank failure and since an agriculturist his rank is of the highmuch of her father's mental W. P. WALTON. tho worst enemy of Jeflerson Davis must then kept hia money at homo. Ho had est, and there is not a thing that grows in Kentucky but will grow with more admit that he was a man of extraordina- $0,000 and ho has now lost that also. CONQRESSMAN-HLKC- T BLACK, of the lOill ry ability. Thornton Parker, a negro, was tried vigor and spirit if ho should become of Agriculture. New a courthouso CommifBionnr at Winchester, Va., Georgia district, has done a most unusu It is to be regretted thht Gen. Hnrdin guarded by militia, andinsentenced to be York Sun. charged that ho al t hi tig. The populists thought it necessary to declare for tho waj elected hy fraud and to put an end coinago of silver. It may make him hanged for an assault on a white woman. A Chicago woman wept lor a whole statements, he resigned witu a fow votes in to tho vile Thero is a story current that Freder day and refused to be comforted because the Congressional districts tho understanding that ho and his com- with populistic tendencies, but it is sure ick Douglas, had ho lived till 1890, would somo ono had stolen her pug dog. Into Watson, should to petitor, hurt him hero.and everywhere that probably have been a candiJato for pres- each life Borne rain must fall. Albany ran tho race over, under the now tho people are for sound money. ident of the United States on a colored Argua. more stringent election laws. It was man's ticket. Sorry ho hadn't lived. To the Democrats of Lincoln County. NEWSY NOTES. further agreed that tho defeated man Georgo Beatty, colored, of Fort should upon the announcement of the I am a candidate to represent Lincoln count in hanged Spring, Fayette county, probably holds Wash Strong, colored, was vote retire forever from tho pursuit for murder at llawkinsville, Ga. lie the Kentucky record for paternity. Beat- the next Legislature o( Kentucky, subject to the lUnd squarely action of the Democratic party. of public office. In other words, he confessed. ty is the father of 3tl living children by upon the National Ik'tuocratte platform. Kndorse, draw it in after must go into his hole, It is said that tho Adams Erpreea three wives, only four or five of whom Cleveland ami Carllile. Am for Jamet II. McCrehim and forever remain in its obscurity. Co. had $100,000 in money burned in the are by his first wife. ary lor U. S. Senator and in favor of Free TurnKcipcctfully, ThisBhows faith in hia cause rarely exhib- Vandalia wreck. actually hunted but pikes Though they , M. K. North. ited and proves Mr. Black's claim to the A South Bend, Ind., man has a vio- two days, President Cleveland and h?e honor of having been bred and born in lin over 400 years old. He refused $2,000 party managed to Becure 50 fine speci- M.S. IlAlT.IIMtN. J. W. IUigiimas Kentucky. It is to bo hoped tnat Mr. for it the other day. mens of brent, 41 ducks and 12 snipe in Watson will bo so everlastingly snowed Hammer, the Lynchburg, Va., bank the North Carolina wilds. The president under that he will never even inquire teller, got seven years in tho U. S. court returned to Washington Saturday. t I at 7" 1 &MI-IYEEKL- -- WE- Y SLORY IN GIVING BARGAINS! Values beyond comparison this week. The choicest, the best, the greatest bargain news is always found under our heading. Anything advertised under that heading can be relied on as being a bargain and there arc always plenty yf them. No "Just out" bargains here.' Wc tell you these arc bargains. Read tnem over. It is time well spent fr-'- O Whero-ara-I-- at Dry Goods and Notions. We have a full line of dress goods. Come and sec them. Apron Hoosier brown cot-ti- n check ginghams , tfc. Dress ginghams yard wide .ljc. 10- -4 unbleached sheeting 15c. lkd ticking Sc lilcachcd cotton 4c. Good table linen 25c yd. Marsailles Quilt 75c worth $1.25. Calicoes 3)4c. Children's and Misses f lose toe. Ladies shirt waitcs, full sleeves 50 and 75c. A big line of Ladies' I lair pins from 10 to 25c. Corsets 25, 48, 75, Si, $ 1.25. Look at 1 4c. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, again, "Where am LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, ne-- J first-cla- ss OUR S. C. SALE CORSETS. The First and The Very Itest in the Market. wjb e. ten-year-- SHOES! SHOES! We arc Headquarters for men and ladies' and children's shoes: An all called leather Dong. Pat. tip shoe for ladies 2j4 to 7, 90c Children's shoes from 20c up. A good wearing, stylish shoe for men jacc or cong. 9S0 If you want a pair of shoes don't buy until you have looked through our stock. Wc can save you 25 per cent. La dies, look at our carpets and matting. Our line is complete and priWc are giving some of the grandces in reach of all. CLOTHING! est bargains in mens' and boy's clothing ever seen in Stanford. Hoy's suit only 75c, $1, Si. 25 and up to $7. Long pant suits $2, 2.50, S3 and up to 10.00. Men's suits 3.00 and up. Ilri-dle- s, flrst-cla- of-fi- je Turnpike Election. 11 post-offic- e FOR SALE LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAirronD, are., A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: 1 Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Versailles, Ky.JandMackport.'Ind. Cynthiana, DON'T first-clas- 7-- 8 firs'-cU- ss s Kirby's Insurance fijency, STANFORD, KY. You know not when the cow will kick the lamp over. Avoid the uncertainties of fate by seeing KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. Correspondence solicited. Office over Baughmans' livery stable. e Cattl. y two-colum- n Sentinel-Democra- Lincoln County Ilouds. 8th, This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you want the very best materials, you can not afford to overlook our stock. OILS. The best is not too good. Conrt-Hous- boot-maker- VARNISHES. . Quality and price arc right. 400,-00- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. how-ove- r, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, Landreth's Sole Agent. first-cla- ss lea-so- New Stock in Papers and Bulk. At the Drug Store of Ballard's OBELISK Buy Your Alakastine Wall Paper and FlOUr & Faint. V '""f- "Wo Bo M9MBlHRm '. WAGONS, Call on -- i& The Hest and Latest Improved, $3?Aivays O'BRIEN And a Full Line of FHo-coud- 1 J. FLOHE1TCE, Harness of All Kinds. FARE IS & HARDIN. .hy.r:- m, - I Stanford, . Kentucky. r ts Bny&.mt -- m. ; V Ami-Weekly Interior Journal Makcm 19, 1895 Nkw lino ol lints just received nt fiavo Shanks'. Stanfoud, Kt., - Get your elotliiiiK ut Slunk' anil n fcvilol!arH. nt E. C. Walton, Business Manager Fink clocks nnd watches cheap Drinks, the leading jeweler's. Tai.i. in nt Shanks' acd get n they are going like hot enkes. post-ofli.'- o four-in-han- i ! A Tension lias been granted to Bannister WilliauiB whoso is Stan Tiik present forecast is: Incrcneing clondinesp, with local showers Tncsilny, ford. .stationary temperature, followed by Tiiiiki: nice rooms over our stnble,npxt cooler. to Dr. Cook for rent. M. S. A J. W Baughman. Thundur aud lfghtnln, rain nnd snow Friday nnd Saturday Are what Khiiy will place yon in cotnpiniea onbrought, Whllu the mercury did its best to get ly that nro legally authorized to do busi- Away down to the naught. ness in this Stnto. Sunday was bright and Monday too, Ki.i). Joski'ii Hali.ousoM to It. G Hail Hut moro (ailing weather's foretold. 'Twill bn showery to day with tempera- lOsliAres of stock in tho Somerset Bank, ture still, log Co., at 1107 CO. Hut wo nro told 'twill be HI cold. Mils. A. A. McKinnky's millinery Is a real poem of beauty. Kend her announce PERSONAL POINTS? ment and call on her. Mk. Wsi. Buhton is considerably betA nkw lino of clothing on hand at ter. is attending Somer Shanks'. The latest styles and best qual. Mn. E. 0. Walton ity for the least money. Come in and set court. Slits Katk Hunm.by, o( Springfield, is Bee for yourself. visiting her brother, Mr. J. 8. Hundley, Bates Bros.' Humptv Duuipty, which Mn. J. A. Cahtbh ncd wife, ol Lebaat recently showed here, went to (he wall non Junction, are visiting his mother at Eminence. Thu property was attachRowland. ed and at its sale Saturday it brought Mh. 1'kytoh Pahhott is over from only f 50. Lexington on a vieit to his sister, Tiik ladles try every kind of scheme to Hampton. Mkh. W. II. Wright nnd Miss Mollie raise money for the churches. The Chris Wright, of the West Knd, nru visiting tiau church mirsion nt Richmond ndver- Mrs. P. W. Green. tlsrann "apron and bonnet Bale," to be Louis Couiith, who is going to school hold soon. at Greensburg, is on a visit to his mothSaturday was the last day of grounder, Mrs. A. A. McKinney. hog winter, hut Rstronomicnl calculaMissis Jx.nnik Walkkh and Sue Ogil tions fix thu end of winter and thu vie, of Garrard, pretty nieces of Mrs. J. of spring at 3:11 i m , Washing0. Hay, wero her guests. ton time, was up from touts Mu. W. J. An important question, in which every vlllo suveral days aud found much busimember of the Odd Fellows lodge hero ness out on the Hanging Fork. Mies Mattik I'owili. and brother, Hur. is directly interested, is to be discussed dett, of Hustonville, patsed through Sat at length at the next meeting nnd a full urday returning from n visit to friends at attendance Is expected. Lancaster. I havb secured thu ngency for the Mis. S. A. HiooiNfl, of Crab Orchard, touisvillo and Cincinnati pipers and mother of Judge Stephen Hurch and will be found at Jesse D. Wearen'a ollice. Mrs. John Buchanan, who has been at Papers will be delivered promptly to patlio point of death, was better yesterday. trons. Barnes Wearen. I)k. W. N. Ckahi, who recently graduated in medicine, lino decided that there In his lecture nt Louisville Col. is no opening here for a young physi poked a good deal of fun nt tbo cian, and will to the regret of his friends W. O.T. U., which letters husald stand seek another location. for "We'll seo to you " It seems that Mh. Wji. Stkinoik, U. S. deputy mar- they have seen to Billy a little more than shal, was here Saturday returning from he enjoys. Lancaster, where he had been to summon Hemkmiisk tho lecture Wednesday Col. W. 0. Bradley to appear before the night. Like tho wine at tho feast told l S. court at Louisville in tho Scott-Itil- of in tho Scriptures, the club thinks from case. all leporta that It has reserved the beat Mita Maiiy Cowbk and Dr. A. S. Pr'ce, for tho last and hopes to see a larf e Miss Annie Alcorn and W. B. McKincrowd present. ney, Mian Fannie Shanks and Clarence Il K. Tate, and several others not "coupled Oim perfection Blues, our Balman attended tho opera nt Danville and were Smith A Co., clothing, our muslin underdelighted. wear, our spring wraps, our silks for shirt Mn. Gus Hokmann, of Crab Orchard waists, our new dress goods in all the Springs, was here yesterday. Ho says he nuw novelties, aro simply superb. is going run tho resort wide open thlo Hughes A Tate. summer aud oxpects to do nblg businets. 11 W. Fletciibk, the colored prohibi Ho has already engiged a fine orchestra tion orator of Lincaster, who formerly for the dancers. Mim Many Thomson has entered the taught school here, was presented with n n ollice of Cissedy A Lano, general agent teachers' Oxford Bible and pair of cufl Vermont National Life Insurance buttons by citizens of tho Markebury of tho (or his good work in tho Co , toiitrwiile, with tho view of making neighborhood recent local option fight In that district, soherhelf proficient in tho business ns 1 1 licitor. HustonvilloConAdvocnto. .Wtkii fjur days rain, tho cloudy Mrs-Pete- A n.NK Iny Ins i"iii' to bva the unA delegntion of Indies from Lancasion of Mr mi I Mrs. Love Lilian!, who ter oranlz-n Lidieu' Aid Society nt hos been nam d William llubu'f. the Rush Brnnch church Inst Thursday. Mrs. Mary Kuhnnka waa elected presiMn. D. W. ANi).ViKii'd Mifo li.ii re MIbb dent; Mrs. Walter, fined to open for n wi"k or two nnd ns 'Mary Benzloy, sco.ular; Mia. Col. Unnil tils money is Ionic m! therein, ho is in derwood, treasurer. Thoy adjourned to a IiaiI box. Hd tiny tuve to auk tho burmeetnoxt Thursday, 21st, nt tho church glars yet to open it for him. at'Jp m. All tlm ladies of tho church Tiik Advocate continues to harp on nre earnestly requested to Join thorn n tho exploded story that our water supply this good work, which promises to bo ran short Ihpi Hummer. Then1 never wns quite a'BUCcPHslul work for the. Lord. R a time that we did not havu nil tho water M. Campbell. The denth of Dr. Broadua leaves Dr. wn needed and of the very best quality We are k'hiI to see our neighbor putting William II. v, tiitsitt the senior member on city huh, nnd will gladly furnish her of the faculty of tho Southern Baptist drinkiiiK wnter, if herbiipply proves un- Theological Seminary. When tho semi- palatable, though people used to blind nuy was moved to Louisville ho wna tl e tiuer whixky, will hardly make h face nt junior profrssur. He 1b called tho historian of the Baptists nnd will probably be anything. made president oi thu seminary, na I e Lkctoiik. Rev. D. 11. Shields, who ie is n universal fnvorite with tho Btudents to lecturo at Walton's Opera House, t and the denomination generally. morrow night, 20th, is highly recom Rev. Dr. John A. Brondus, the emi meudeJ ns n platform orator by pr( r, nent theologian, died nt Louisville Fri d Bo Ko WEAM5KT 9 Dealer In- - 3 Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, KY. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. AND SAVE MONEY. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and giye the Interior Journal one year free with cach order. Machine to be shipped direct from factory to purchaser: The Ideal Sewing Machine 20. The Climax Sewing Machine 22. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, 25.. The New Home, style five, $28. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are offered: pulpit and people The Mnrtinsburg, W Va., Wo7fd sayt: "Mr. Shields has n peculiarly attractive delivery, aud combining pathos, humor and rare descriptive power, impresses and entertains ea but fow speakers can. Ono moment ho had his audience almost in tears, tho next thrilled with excitement over some act of sacrill-or heroism, and anon tossing with laughter." A large audience ought to greet him. e r Yaii Breck-inridg- e ey TheyJ who livo . by sword shall die by tho Bword, the Scriptures tell us and again the words havo been vetill-Mack Moore, whose life for tho last few VHHrs has been singularly hoaiceased from troubling nnd at the early ngo of 21, fills n grave, which he himself almost dug. Ho was Bhot and killed by John Ilnmner nt his house near J unctioniCity, Friday morning, at 1 o'clock, when as Hnmner nlleges, he found him trying to got into hia, house. Hnmner gavo himself up nnd tho body.tafter laying in the rain all night, waa taken in charge and prepared for burial. Thu dead man is a eon of Mr. James F.;Mooro, of this county, who seems to hnvo his share of trouble in the last few years. Young Mooro had been indicted for many offenses and waa under bond at the time of his death for terrorizing paasengera on n U. S. train near Georgetown. Another story is that after drinking together all tho evening at Junction City, Moore hired a horse to take Ham-ne- r home nnd that they left tho place at a late hour, both riding the same animal. It Is supposed that they quarreled aud Hamner, who had had a grudge against him since Moore shot him last year, settled the matter by killing him and reporting tho storv ho did. d. Ham-ner'e, KatKii. iii day of pleurisy. Ho was president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and wns a ripe scholar, i prolific author nnd, as the Courier-Journsays, the greatest preacher of his denomination, indeed ono of tho greatest preachers of tho world. He was born in Culpepper county, Vg., in 1824, and during the war waa chaplain in Gon. Lee's Chickering, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, army and was a fast friend of tho treat & Co , Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, leader. Full of years and possessing tho Gcrts, Colby Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince Kimball, love and respect of all who knew him, & Son. And Others. Dr. Broadus goes to his reward with Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders. of tho people to bear the welpraises Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repatrd by one of the most competent workman I evcome plaudit from tho King of Kings. er knew, who served a any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. al FZA1TOS: ORGANS: Hnrry Perkins wns sentenced to pay a fine of f 150 and to serve five daya in jiil at Princeton, for hugging Mrs. Minnie Lee Watson, a young widow. It is a curious kind of n widow who objects to such n performance nnd a monumental fool who would want to perform when she objected. The penalty ia not commensurate with tho crimo. Let Mr. Perkins be hunt:. .VEW ADVEBTISEMOTS. Address, oewing Macnines repaired ana warrantee. P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. CUT GILA oS3) In Imitation fit Prices That Will Earprise Ydo. Ivory DANKS, - JEWELER. 6oap) Carpets. I You can buy a Carpej for about one half what you used to pay." Look in our window and you will sec that you cannot tell these goods from the genuine. We will be pleased to show you and quote you prices which are within the reach of everybody. Every article is useful. MATKIMONIALJIATTErtS. Boone J Del in has obtained license to marry Miss Ellen 'Rice, nearMilledge-ville- , He Is 22, she 1G. There (ia one man who loves his mother-in-laLeastwise ho married her. Stovo Miller, of Union county, Gn , . is tho man and now ho Is his own father-in-law- Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. It Floats fc2 TEE LADIES 1 CITY AND VICINITY. Thy Dnnks for spectacles. . Sek Danks' rut glass imitations. m m . Ties of every variety nt Shanks'. Tux best shoes for tho least money nt Shanks'. hi Flowhk seeds, nasturtium and sweet W. II. McUoberls. peaa in bulk i Comk and examine our now clothing n our now clothing room. Hughes A " Tate. Accidb.it. Before taking tnnt trip see Kirby nnd got an accident ticket. Only Hi'nawa v. Saturday afternoon as Mr. i!5c par day W. S.nnd Sam J. Bnreh wore returning i from Traylor'a distillery where the formSix par cent, will bo added to 1895 city er was staying in tho placo of JndftH SteSettle nt onco. Sam W. taxes April phen Hurch, who was called to Crab OrCollector. Menefeo, chard to attend tho bodsido of hii sick Attbstiom. You will find me located mother, Mrs. Higglns, their pony became ovor Baughmnnfl' livery stable, prepared frightened at an ongine and dashed off. to serve you in all lines of Iniuranoe. J. In their efforts to bold him tho bit broke and then they wero at hia raorcy. Both H. Klrby. were thrown to the ground and Will, Tub Oaledonians say they will perform landing on his head, was pretty badly at the courtfor the benefit of the public cut in the temple. Sam escaped with a house Saturday night next, whe a nice fow scratches. Tho buggy wasn't badly program will bo glvon. wrecked, though tho first report waa IT' IIcoHua & Tatk hnvo fittod up the that all that could bo (otin.1 of it waa tho argo warohouso In tho rear of their t ro of ouo wheol. Btoro and chocked It full ol clothing M. F. NotiTii, Kto.., announces his enn which they are selling lower than ever. didacy for tho Legislature, olsowhero In T. 0. Ykaokii has Instructed me to sue this pnper, and makes a manly declnrn. on all Yenger A Yeager accounta not tijn of hia principles. He standa square paid beforo April 1st. Call at my ofllco ly on the National democratic platform, at onco nnd eettlo nnd Have costs. W, P. endorses Clovelnnd and Carlisle, will ' Bupport Gov. McCreary for U. S. Senator Burcb. and favors free turnpikes. Mr. North pneumonia in carrying off made n dignified canvaas for W1111.K tho ofllco housanda nil ovor me comury, mu n two yeara ago and ia to our say thoy hnvon't had case boro for people. When tho party choao nnother good longtime. Stanford la ft pretty standard bearer, he submitted gracefully health resort anyhow. and gavo tho nominee his cordial supgot 'em. That ia I hnvo port ns n good domoorat ovor doea. Ho Hoys, I've havo 18 n man of ability, highly thought of by hnta of all kinds aud nt all prices. I hnta and thoao who know him best nnd if given brown hnta and black hnta, tnll hate, boy'a hata and men'a hnta. In tho nomination will leave no otono un low hate, hale turned to carry hia party's banner to vie fact 1 have hats, lints, tints, lory. W. II. Sbanke. weather ended in a snow storm of large proportions Saturday. Thu mercury went rapidly down nnd a cutting wind prevniled nil day Sunday, though the clouds had lifted nnd tho aim shone brightly. Yesterday wns fnir and wnrm- cr. i Eoaa are cheaper than they have been at this season of tho year for years. The merchants sell them at Si cents a dozen; the country people sell them in town for the cash at 7c nnd we aro told that country merchants only pay 5c. The hotels nnd boarding houses shouldn't kick now on giving even tho regular boarder eggs occasionally. Thw Louisville bar has lost tho first BEST TOR 5HIRT5. nnd only woman lawyer it over had THE PROCTER A OAMDLE CO. CtNTL Miss Norn Z. O'Connor ling won n case Mattings Sc up. Ingrains 25c up. Brussels 50c up. Velvets, Body in Cupid'a court, nud secured for her fee young dentist of thnt city, a Moquetts. Dr. Thnddeua J. J. Meder. Miea Sarah Lylse, a love sick maiden Smyrna and Moquett Rugs 25 per cent, less than last season. Cheof GO summers nnd indefinite winters, : CORDIALITY nille Curtains, Lace Certains. Swiss Curtains, Curtain Poles, Window who resides nt Scottsville, advertised for To call and examine ray Spring Millinery, which Shades. We say without hesitation that we can save you money on n husband. A Vermont man answered, I am opening up. pride myself that it i It i bound to pleatp. Having anything in this department.' anil that and ia now in Scottsville, tho woman's bought lor cash and being determined to sell for home, making preparations for tho wed- cath, I can Kit at the lowest possible prices. An examination will convince you. ding. MRS A. A. McKlNSEY. 6 well-known Look at These Priees. INVITED well-elect- CHURCH AFFAIRS. SEVERANCE & SON. lt. i i un-to- ra well-know- Rev. Geo. W. Crumbaugh, the venerable Methodist preacher, ia dead at Paducah, nged Ul yeara. One woman haa been sent to the asylum aa a ris.ilt of tho sanctificntion meetings at Barbourville. Ttio meeting nt Walnut Flat, conducted by Rev. W. E. Arnold has had Id conversiona and ennctifications to date and much interest is manifested. A protracted meeting will begin at tho Preabyterian church, Unstonville. on thu 83d. Rev. Barker, of Perry ville, will assist thu paator, Rev. W. W. Bruce. Rev. Fred D. Hale, of Owonsboro, aaka for leave of nbsenco during the summer to enable him to make a tour of Europe, Egypt and tho Holy Land. The holiness meetings in the mountain countiea may not crowd heaven with tho sanctified, but they aro compelling the already overcrowded lunatic asylums of tho State to display a. r. c. warnings. Louisville Titnee. The item thnt is going the rounds to tho effect thnt IUv. W, A. Borum, of tl 0 Baptist church, who haa acceptod thu sanctificntion doctrine, will be tried for heresy, ia doubtlesa a mistake. There ia nothing nnd nobody to try him. The Southern Presbytenon General Assembly will convono iu the First Presbytoriau church of Dallas, Texas, May 10, tho Northern General Assembly nt Pittsburgh, Pa., on tho eamo date and the Cumberland Assembly at Meridian, Miss., May 23. Elder W. F. Neal roturned last week from n fivo weeks, ovnngelizing tour through tho mountains. He hold meetLaurel county, ings nt McWhorter, Welchburg, Jackson county, Rowland's Chapel, Owsley county, and Road Run, Clay county. Hia work waa rewarded with 12 additioua to tho church. Winchester Sun. A. C. Sine, Successor to The Latest ! '95 GASOLINE STOVE, "SATISFACTION OR NO SALE." Try one and be convinced. I will cany a general stock of rial and by selling L'u Ming Mate- FOB. CASH OlTIfSr, nah!t tona'e Lower Will t ever been otfored hci. 1 would tentlon to I rrl.es than est I special With all the Latest Improvements. Nothing on the market like it. Our Motto is kn WIRE and SLAT FENCE m the market. Madol Oak Tickets, the cheapest and best fence IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Mill work at City Prices. THE WEEKLY GOURIER-JOURNA- HIGGINS & McKINNEY, L Is a ten pug1) eight column democratic new. piper, It conulns tho best of everything going. HENRY WATTERSON is the editor. ctjbtmimg;to 1 PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. Thn WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes very liberal terms to agent , and gives free pre miums I or CiUDS, sample copies oi inc paper uuu four page Premium Supplement sent free to any auuress. rite to ThoCOURIER-JOURNAL My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as CO. Neat and Stylish Goods As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their LOUISVILLE, KY. The Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, And The VAIiUl ANILD BE1A1C7TY Call in when convenient. Weekly Will Courier-Journ- al lo sent oue year to any address lor32 7C, ' Address W. P. WALTON, H. J. McROBERTS. J u Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa AT - TOWEARATTHEIQIiK APPROVED COSTUMES FOR DRIDES AND BRIDESMAIDS. FabllaUod Evory Tuoaday and Friday 13 en J.'Jfilt YJBAlt IN- VD VYNCK not so paid S2.0O will be charged.- - Imported Gown k. yto p. m. c.:locai time card. 7 :oo a. m., Train leaves Rowland at returning at Show Smaller Sleavva. Seam Aro Corded Once More Tulle Yclla Aro Worn to Show tlio Ilixtr Wlilto Kill Slippers. 1805, L.&N. LOCAL No. i, train going North " " No. a), " " South No. , ' " " " 6, No. tlon.l It was in n grand storo on Bromlwny t 37 P m ....... J p m that n polito Hnlesinnn said to 1110, "If ti ji p m ....... 3 J a m you will strjp this way, ma'niu, I will ...... show you 801110 now waistossos. " I wont QUEEN & CRESCENT.' with him nud certainly did find sonio-thlnvery now, nnd thotigli, to bo snro, City at follows: Train pais Junction 0110 swallow docs not mako a summer, No. South t- - No a North " ...1.30 pm Btrnws bIiow which way tho wind blows. 11.15 am " 4 3 ...3.15 a m .u.30 p m ' ...6 00 Am Tho wind is blowing nwny tho suporflu-on- s to " 840pm cloth in tho sloovcs. Ono of tho f ,Do not Stop prettiest drosses shown in a long tinio was mado with sloovcs sot in entirely smooth across tho shoulders. About four inches below tho Beam thoro was a don-bi- o roso plaiting of fringod silk ot n very palo pink. Tho dross itsolf was n printed iu(in, with a pattern of pink pimpernol between whito dots on a gray 1 TIME CARD. Copyright, by American Prvss Assocla jj 1 and thoy aro not to bo hommed at nil, but cut smooth across tho bottom. Tho hem makes it too heavy Whito kid slippers nud whito ribbon bows nro tho proper bridal nhoqs. No brldo now wears a bow corsago or short alcoves. Tho bouquets aro comparatively small nud nro tied in such n way that thoro is ono Btrdug loop through which tho brido can pa her wrists to lot. tho flowers hnng down, leaving her hands free. Dainty lit t lo lncu nud whito crepo do cliiiio chatohtino bags for tho handkerchief aro frequently worn. A gown for a bridesmaid is only in importanco to tho brldo's nppnrol. Ono was mado of gray brocade, with wavy lines, on which wcro coral pink dots. Tho skirt was plain nnd tho waist laid in Russian blouso plaits. Therowas a simulated flgaro of coral pink velvet. This was laid in jabot folds, iu tho r of which woro rosottca of tho volvot. Tho Btook collar was of tho same, and thoro woro rosettes of tho volvot Bet in tho middloof tho balloon puffed sloovos. Pnlo pink mousqnotniro gloves and a gray folt hat, with pink volvot nnd gray plumes, completed this hnudsouio soo-on- tl con-tocos-tum- o. iStyAyfti nyjyftA VrV to C. L. Carter, Ilcdgeville, Ky. MAPLE SYRUP.Voio-r'v.'rV,- : 94 DR. "W. B. PBlTlT"Srf Dentist, In Poor or rent, they are on M.ln8 reet, in tho principal Mrs At, J. MII.I.KU, bunloid. block. 73 STORE ROOMS. ". Sfts Storo in the ns Stanford, Ky. Office on Main Street, jjj5iXP :j5 A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIS1 Staufaia; Opposite the Post-Offi- means so much more than i r you imagine serious and i fatal diseases result fron"H 'trifling ailments neglected. 1 ' Don't play with Nature's i greatest gift health. Ifyou are feeling Health jRicnover McRoberta Drug iwtley liuildlug Carriage P.iti.tr. Call and eianlr.o my work before laving our catriagc icpilntod. I an located in the only shop In tiwn Iu which fine work can be done and will be here permanently. I solicit a share ol your patronage which I will endeavor lo merit by workmanship and fair ol all. Shop in Mmcftc Ilulld.ng on Depot street. A. 11. KINLKY, Stanf.rd, Ky. jjra first-cla- "Wallaoa E. Varaon, Attorney at Law, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Wilts:, as Esccutor, Administrator and Assignee Special attention gUen lo Settle nents ol Esand Kile and Division of tates, as Atto-utnlants Lands. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. K. McCla-ty'- s - 90 ofllce. J. : T. : STJTTON, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, coln and Catcy Counties. KENTUCKY. Brown's Iron : and can't wot, bee In at once Ink- Injt the most relia. J medlcine.whlchts H Town's Iron Hitters. A few bot. ties cure benefit uic sircnKiiirmiiK nnd generally ex-- 1 nanstcu, nervous, nave nu h)i'tiuc j TO THZ3 LADIIS 1 Offers hit services to the peoplo ol We it LinFull slock of Coffins and Caikrtt always on hand. D 8. CarpcuUr, Alanager, 93 I if k JIhsoMety -- Vi)rtfer I 1 w Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall 8troet, Now York. CURIAM nr.tDK ground. Below tho plaiting thoro woro two drooping pnfTi, which stood out n,uito,full, but yot not rts bIcoyos havo donn lately. Tho lower part was gigot tlinpo. Certainly tho sloovo was not email, but tho fact that tho shoulder team is plain is significant Tho waist to this pretty gown was n perfoctly plain Fronoh one, with belt to which tho Bkirt was sowed, nnd therowas n modi' urn wido sash twico around nnd tying in tho back in loops, with long ouds. Thoro was a roso plaiting around tho bottom of tho skirt, mid n largo ribbon .For a bow in tho back of tho neck. Another very novel waist had an Refreshing' Bath, Hot or Gold, bow of black crepo do chine, A stylish Hair TrimJoriCUau Shave, go to and this was brought down tho front Oook fc Farmer's Barbor Shop. and crossed into n vest front drapory, and from tho front carried around to A. G. L an baas moot in tho center of tho back in anothJohn U. Cattleman. er bow. Over this was a queorly shaped Eton, with shoulder pieces sloped down well over tho sleovo nnd ornamented with threo millinor's folds. This jacket was of dark Lino reps silk. Tho onlTa to tbo quiet narrow ballbou Bleovo wcro of tho bluo silk reps. Tho skirt and upper portion of tho sleeves woro of shaded OF bluo rind whito cropon. Tho upper porbox theso slocvos was laid tion J3ARBEB &CASTLEMAU plaitsofnnd stitchod down, so in flat this that eloovo was also virtually smooth on tho MANAGERS, shoulder. Ifjmmarce Building, Louisville An ovening costumo fnmished tho o(hex oho of theso "waistessos. " It wal throughout the South, Achats of n rich chestnut brown satin duchoss, cut with a flaring skirt Tho oorsago L00.U W. &. was pointed front and back nnd drapod STANFORD, KY. down tho front in very offootivobrokon line's. Tho bodico was ont straight ..IK VOU ARE GOINO...... around and well off tho slopo of tho shoulders. Ahovo tho odgo of tho waist OR woro two bias folds of maizo crepo lisso. THE.. .. Tho 6leovod wero very moderate puffs, requiring no moro than ono width of silk and about a quarter of a yard in depth. On the left si do of tho oorsago were a inrgo youow rosu nun uuus, out no foliage. By theso throo raodols, imported by ono of tho best houses in this LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLI R. R. country, it can bo understood that thoy moan something. " la the line for you, at Ita Yot I saw in nnother placo eoiuo now sleeves in process of completion that put everything horctoforo seen to tho blush. Make.close connections at Thoy aro exactly tho shapoof a pumpkin very stiuly liuod nnd LOUISVILLE And 0IN0INNAT1 peed nand aro seam down tho ontsido. havo corded Sometimes tho cord is of a contrasting For all points. rnnouGii tickets solo. THROUGH color. Thoro aro nlso sleeves where tho BAGGAGE CHECKED upper draping is in form a butterfly, For any information enquire of stiffened with wican. But I am ouito JOES. KICK. Agent, . positive that sleeves havo begun their Stanford. Ky t W A. AleQUOWN Tri. Pus. Agent, downward course. (unction City Ky As soon as Lent is over there will bo n nnmborof weddings, nnd it is nploas-urto givo a pon picturo of n gown, ns siniplo as it is olegant, ns a model from ' which many young ladies can draw thoir owh conclusions nnd ideas. This AND was mado of mat whito grosgrniu, cut entirely en princesse, with a long nnd simple train. There was a narrow bor- - n y&iity and rmiDKSMAiDs. tik osfe- - Thoro was another dross for a young bridesmaid that was too pretty to omit iricution of. Tills was intondod for a hbmo wedding, tho othor for a church w'odding. This had nn underskirt of moonlight bluo glaco nud over it a very fall gathsrod skirt of whito silk muslin. At tho exact odgo of tho skirt was a flat band of bluo grosgrain ribbon all around, and nbovo that woro sowod rows of poarl beads as largo as marrowfat peas. Theso wcro sowod to mako vandyko points on tho upper edgo. Tho waist was a full "infant." with tho gathers turned over at tho top to givo a broken outline. Thoro was a wido bluo ribbon draped as a belt in front nnd tied iu a debp sash iu tho back, with long cuds. Thoro wcro ribbon bows on tho short puffed slcovca and full rosottcs of tbo Bilk muslin on tho bust nud shoulders. Pearl colored mousquotairo gloves woro providod. Dresses for bridesmaids should never outshine that of tho bride, but thoy may bo mado protty nnd without boing oxtravagaut IlENMKTTE ItOCSSKAU. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. National Council of Women Impcrltitn Diners DvAnen.slA. T"fe A A titik, and tt's picuaui iu tiiac. very first dote it M x7 ttaim wr My slock 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 Inspect MISS LICCIE HEAZLKV, Stanford, Ky GRANITE mid MARBLE. J. KARINS It Cures Kldrtev anil t Ivor TO THX ItATJXZS. I a CO., am ready Neuralgia, ? Constipation, Troubles, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Get only tt genuine It lias crossed red i lines oa the wrujipcr. All others ate sub-- 1 atllutes. On recelnl of two ac. stamps we J r vriii semi ft, ni ten iiuviini inri.i"fl Fair Views and book free. 9 aiid keed polled on what ladles should wear. Prices reasonable. Come in and kIvc me a trial. I employ none but first class help Alpretent 1 can be found at Mln Caul for-ter- 'a residence on Lancaster Street. M ISS AI A R V I). .SMITH, Respectfully, Stanford, Ky. 7; 6m drsir to call your atttulloo to the fact that toseive you In Die Mating in any dallslWta. I lake the best fj.hlon Journufs I Office 349 Third Iluildert from original deilgni and best mate and workmanship. Strrct, Louhville, Ky. Vaid and Work Shops, Aluntpellicr, Vetmont and Carrara. Italy. Long experience; original designs; satisfaction guaranteed. io J. B. HIGGINS, ...Urlert n I t BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. 1 UUUkvMwAv DR. Office I. B. COOT3:, Ky. rUt of Mcltob-erts- '' Xy. Midland R'y, AU Kinds of Coal. Only Diicct Lit--e Detieen Stanford, Ky. Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest ' Stanfoid. DruifSiofe ani quickest between the Myers Stanford, : : House. Kentucky. n L'pSuIn; Fim Dcor Frankfort, Qoorsrotown nnd Purla, Onrlialo, Mnysvillo, Oynthinna, Falmouth nnd Oovluffton. P.'W. GUEEN. Proprirtoi. : VT. S. BTJRCH, Attorney at Law, -- ROYAL LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company TaiBBLI, i&nt, ORTH WEST. double Dally Trains .. ! o ORFOLK WESTERN RAILROAD. TrPTTir'nFCi J..LVI11j10 CEHO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, In Imperii). Tho proceedings of tho National Counthe Court O'fiee Lanratier Strett, ciifo-itcil of Women tliii$ year havo been of Home. oColleeticni tree v epeell nttntin SS especial importance, Tho newspapers of tho country havo in most cases given to thorn moro space than they did to tho D S. proceedings of tho United States congress on tho snuio days. Particularly to Hustonviilo, Ky., -- . bo noted is tho council's chaugo in tho Good White &.cd Oats for tale. system of transacting business. It wns provided nt this mooting that honco-fort- Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, etc. tho council shall consist of two Furnitureland Stoves.; houses, similar to tho American tho French assembly and tho Brit- ' Uenulne Oliver Chilled Plows Step In and ice a nice line ol Kocklri; Chain ud 1'urnituie. ish parliament. Tho ladies will havo - v clica-than ever bclore. opportunity to improve On tho mistakes Livery Stable and B'ackimlth Shop for rent. mado in tho arrangement of tho bodies nbovo mentioned, and no doubt they GtO. II. COOI'EK. will do so. It is gratifying indeed to soo JAMES II YEA EK. that women nro showing thcmsolves capable of comprehend iug hud nplyiiig tho rule's of parliamentary usao in tile ...Proprietors of.. most intelligent manner. I recall a timb, not bo long ago, when bflG of tho funny papors standnrd jokes' was baiod on wo..w STANFOIlD. KV.; man's attempt to conduct publio meetHaving bought of P. W Orcen his Llrery ings. Twenty-twflourishing organizaan. added tew buggies and horses, we are tions wero represented at thnt grand prepared to furoiih I council of vomefi. Missionary societies, FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS iomporauco unions, various industrial organizations, tho Nntlonal Amoricnn On short notice. The traveling public will find and to lurnuh Woman Suffrago association, tho Na- us always readycither willing or double, or Drumsingle Cair mer.' Wagons, tional Couucll of Jowisli Women and aet of a kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The boy s in and around town will alto And us the peotho Woman's Republican association of Stop with ut when in lownat ple to tho United States wcro among those courts deal with. and entertainments and your hofie and vc wiU be well cared for. Mn whosoutdelogates to tho meeting. It was hide VKAGKR & COOl'KR tho second triennial "National CounS; rr Mjcn Ilouie Stable, Stanford, Ky. cil of tho Women of tho United Stntcs. " May Wright Sowall fonndod it, dtid It is going on to glory. Some of the subjects treated went down into tho heart of tho gravest social and economic ques- Er,3 Of Lincoln County. tions of tho day. Ono vital subject I am glad they discussed was how to bring The New about equal pay for equal work. As I havo said so many times, financial Mill, for our sex is tho key to tho wholo woman question. It is more than Lancaster, Ky., nil tho rest of tho measures put together In full Is for tho emancipation of woman. That ol now buildersoperation, and Invites the stttntlou of Lincoln county to its material, the achieved, overythiug olso will follow. tupcrloi workmsnhlp and low prices Note Municipal government, too, is ono of SOME OUR PRICES: tho Eubjccts discussed at tho council. yellnw Pertectly clear Nothing is moro certain than that tho Sipci nundred. poplaror as Ji jopine flooring at s low per hundred. women of America must tnko hold of Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at huudred tt Co per hundipd. As low municipal government nud lift it out of Alfpatterns and thicknesses as Ji 30 per In yellow ot Ceiling tho mire. This is written in tho book of pine, poplar, chenuut and ath,as low as !i 2 per ss low hundred. fnto. Tho Now York Sun, a good friend hucdrid. Ioubln dreiaed lumberfinlihlnj; as ft per Pi autiful 'ellow plno lunbr to women, makes this gotitlo criticism quarter oak,. tc. Save money by giving us yon, ordeis. 011 tho council: "Tho most uufortuuato THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL. thing about it has boon that snuio of its 73' m Lancaster. Ky speaking members havo splurged around too oxtravngnntly nud boasted too loudly. Tho leaders of ndvauciug womanhood should nover follow tho oxnmplo nissssssssssssssssssssssHsviB iMSSssssHanasssssssssssssssskv of thoso wild men who iudnlgo in bom- - j LsssssssssssssssssE HhsBIssssPB bast nud exaggeration." c .(an ford, - - Kentucky. Ask for tickets via Ketituckv Midland. Trains run by Central Standard I line. I an still running this Hotel and TifoeTabU Dec. jo, 1B94. will continue lo give my gue.11 the points! alien- No. 1. No 3 No 3 NV 7 as well at the best the mtikct atlurdt. EAST. TltAINS a, m. p in. a in, pro s Lve Kranklort A (30 700 to ' Klktorn .... 711 1 ja S3 413 Special 40 440 " Stamping tiround 7 18 300 930 313 Public. " Georgeownll... 7 47 3 19 is 00 543 Arr. CS. Depot 1003 7 55 330 3 jj ' Paeis C... 4 Jo w. a, jon a a. J T JOMKS, UQR. Attention ing the Travel ,30 CARPENTER, h cou-grcs- s, r Yeager & Cooler, L,icry nnd Feed Stable, Sole proprietor! Dean't Hlack Dtiauad RaA Paint. Kttlmaic furcimed for painting Wood, Leave Frankfurt 1:30 a m.; arrive at Leaiegton Meial and lion Koori. Sailsfsction Guaianteed, ni. 10.43 All tools painted with Dean's HUck Dianoud Leave Krankfort 7 a ra j arrive Cincinnati at Paint cuarantecd for veart Ilnltn lnl.u H. 10. to a in. tern I'umpt and Galvaniied Iron Kilters. 67.1m Leave Frankfort stjop. m.; arrive Cincinnati tt p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. Wst Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. At,; arrive at Frankfort 11:34 A. SI. r.Asr L.civc rrsnKiori 1.) r. ai ; arrive ai F. II. RILBT, Proprietor, Georgetown 3 ( P. At Leave Franklorl p m arrive Cincinnati - - tf:aj p. in. Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a m ; arrive Krankfort 11 :vo a m. I have moved to my ntw Hotel and ara bettkt Kentucky Midland Ralwtyand conutc repartd than ever to accommodate the pubUc ( The tions firm the shorten and cheapest routs to all iood Livery attached and every coav.aieac.de-irsJ- . points Sjulh, Bait, Sorth snd Wett. Give me a cslL For further information apply to their agents. FRANk Rtr.tr. J7 C. D. HtllCAW, Gen Pats Agent. GEO.U.HARPEK, Hec'r&Gen Supt FianVfert, Ky. No. a. No 4. No. 9 No. 8 a in. p ro. a. m,. p m. Lve Paris ... C....... . 9 45 3 30 " C. S. I epot .... .10 j7 64s is jo " Georgetown II 10 40 6 43 is 3s 3 " Stamp'g Orouud to 39 cj 7 oj 617 11 1 40 6 45 Klkhoin .11 16 7 so a co An;FianVfirt.A....il jo 733 713 TRAINS WFST. J 02TJ&3BB.03 , Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. j 1 rHE RILEY HOUSE sjj London. Kentucky o bus-ine- ts FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of STANFORD. KV. 1 r Superb IDA K ID Capital Stock. Surplus .0200,000 21,300 TO THX CITIZENS iudo-petition- Lancaster Planing OF Vcstibuled Trains Attention of the public is invited to the fat t its I ibis it the only National Hank in Stanford Jndcr the provisions of the National HjoV are secured sot only by the capital .lock, hut br the stockholders' liability lor aa imount equal to the stock, so that depositeii ol .his institution are secured by a fund of (400,000. five sworn statements of the condition of the bank tre made each yeatto the United States govera-naand iliaisclt are eaaailned at ststed time iy government agents, thus securing addiUloaa aid perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally cttabliahed at the Jepoiit Dank of Stanford ia 1S3I, then ted aa the National llrk ol Stanford in 1S63 and igaia re organiiedat the Kirtl National Hank ol itaulord in bat had practically an 11 years. Ills better supplied low with facilities for transacting business prompt y and liberally than ever before ia its long and lonorable career. Accounts of corporation!, firmi and individuals respectfully aollc-ent iS, of Adtj-.tan- cl, d. FROM CINCINNATI To Lcilngton, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridian, New Oilcans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack- The Directory of this Ilank it competed ot sonville. Through Sleeping Car to Birmingham. Columbus, Albany, Knoivllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vlckabiirg and 5hreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles and 5an Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the 5outhwest via New Orleans or via Shrevcport. ScnJ 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA fivr Literature and Time Tables. CHAS W ZEI.L, I). P. A., Cor. 4th audRaie sts , Cincinnati, O. Korestus Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Hams, Lincoln; J II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S.ll. Haughman, Lincoln; J. S. Mocker Stanford; W. A. Tribute, Stanford; AC. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tauucr, AlcKinney; S Pretidcnt; Al.J.AIiller.Mt. Vernon-Hocke- Joha J, AlcRoberU, Cashier; A. A. AlcKinney, Aimtani Catnlei. THE nLUK.GKASS HK RD OK Duioc Jersey Red Swine R. H. BronaughPror, CrabOrcbard, - fanners BanMTrnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - Oo OF STANFORD, KY., isnow fully orgsnlicd and ready lor butiuctt wilk all to sold POINTS: f ;:te&i VXi. SWAS r. - WISCOMS.M, MISSOURI, KANSAS, F.BR ASK COLORADO, JIKKAHSAS, CALIFORNIA, ZTO'WS 1 MB V Ji rJ 1. 1. imssiFx 0ir r VSTMV ttK2 I A bill tho city of Boston had to pay recontly was ono of $700 for cigars for tho mayor's ofllce. Suppose a worrnn had been mayor? Girls, what is tho difforenco between a plurality and a majority? Of tho ladles who havo been elected Kentucky, 1 - $200,000. 21-000- . I I f Plltl (nr etla frnm ihu Kail BAIV SSWf IIIQ iflf ,1 I((IIIIU IJJ'f ' Da.n...! Stoclr. Ilreeden te:u;t'J .r.m tne best herds In several different Stales, Cotreponilence Sollcite.1 Cl1--..- iTT --- -- T r r'i Jt -siwSr - "r'H . SJp .Vex W - TEXAS, " OIL ' SE Wffll, lfOaTB-WSS- T, 80DTB-WE- S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE KfOHTH AND EAST. 'UUMAN VESTIBUIEO COACHES, ' SLEEPING AND DINING MR? j bE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ORFOLK WESTERN RAlLROAl AND CHEAPEST, BEST QUICKEST LINE. s, ', PescripUv Wrlto for Kates, Mans, iunpliltfls, to any Station Agent, or to M. T. 0GG, ALLEN HULL, W. B PtVILU Tiuie-Tnble- t 'ilaMvsrrift. SOSMK,Yi. Dl.. COU1IUIS.O. r.r il. TrIU Tu. if K01.10Kr.Tl. I xkw coiAnns. dor of woxon orange blossoms nnd leaves carried clear around tho skirt. At tho waist iu front thoro was n long shield 6hnred fold whoro it closed nud a bolt ribbon. Thero with : . touiiUJ was n plain yoko nindu of white crepo lis laid in ohxo plaits and whoro that johiuu .1.. ., was a border of orango blosooiua, winch reachodto a point, both .. k. Tho collar was a closo-l- y front 1. wri. u t v..K'k of crepo lisso. Tho media ginot sleeves came below tho w chatelaine point. Thero was a m t,l wreath of tho orango . lung .ullo veil was puffed up K it in such a way as to leavo .!r visiblo. Thoveilsnro to jmu bang b. .tid and not over tho face, . -- " Wk n to tho Colorado legislature, two wcro born in New York and ono iu Massachusetts. Mrs. Poavoy, stato supariu-tondoof publio schools, wns born in Massachusetts. Clear thu way for tho now woman Thero 1 NewProeess Vapor Stoves . F bin. latfiss1 ilUCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Vow doting up) with the tame atseU and undsi . itaole lo the .iipni nt th .M.n..H. -- .1 thereiu at the par value thereol, in addition lo th mount invcttcd in tuch shares. It may act as C" ..n.nUd,v,,duaLm,n",r,,0, "" tM' M To those who entrusted their bultiuctt u us -- hile mnaging the Lincoln National llaok 31 V.a.U, Vu' we ne he'f Uodc-'U'many thanks and continu their butinei, with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt atteo-uon to same our twenty year,' i.perianee ia banking and at liberal accommodation at with tound binv.ne; - lischaiter, depoutors are at ally protected a.aie dcposliou Jankt, its sharcholdcis be.ng held in NaUoaal . individual Hy proviiioni of ine same management. nt baassV 0 S.iiall nro now two women, Mrs. We arc now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experi ence it lias not had a .single explosion. We guarantee every stove we put out, take it iu your house and show you its simplicity. '".ct Flower nud Dr. Julia Ilolmos Smith, on stato uuivorsity. tho board of trustees for tho Illinois Mrs. Flower is a and Dr. Smith is a Democrat. 'd nn Lillio Doveroux Blako would mako au admirable United States senator from Now York. Frances E. Willard thinks it was not when tho Sunday school scholar said Evo wns mado out of Adam's backbone. Euza Altai ibi Conner. n mistake w523HfcB."nriKdi I nvTsj Rkfekencks. J. W. Perrin, William Rice, J. C McClary, John Nmvlnntl, K. G Waller, H. K. Wear-- n, J. W. Wal-lacJ. W. Ramsey, A. J. Karp, W. F. McClary, Janus A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Piof. Stapp, etc. 8irSee the best Stove on earth be DiKacTonj: J J. e, Williams, Aft. Vernon; . H. Shatikt, tanlord; J. S. Owtlcy, Stanford; S J. Etnbiy, Stanford; ). U. J. bios-Bom- s, SunforJ; Can., Slanford; William Gooch, Staulord; F. 0tley, . ppygSSMsssssyMreiria f jre buying, W. H. Wearen & Co. S. H. Sh. cks, PutidcLt, Dr J. n Ow.er, A. W. Carpenter. Alllledcevilla. W. II. Cummins. Preachirs I He Cashier, W.M.l)rBhl,Telcr jwrf " wi''i-.--- - "Ti VLA"' "" iCfci ' -- ' jj Wf- 'T'' 7 J ;. UWMMMM Jw1 -'