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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895032201 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. vol. xxiii. Semi Weekly Interior Journal, STAMFORD. KY.. FRLDAY, MARCH 22. 1895. WiLUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. 11 NO. 7 DEATH'S DOINCS. Hon. G. B Swango was hero MonM. K. Allen Iirb lost one of Ills very One by one our friends aro crossing, Wo will join thorn homes from bronchitis and lins Uo more day sinking hands with tho democrats. Misses taiiiso and Mnmlo Whllsitt, Another wounn who spent her life in siclr, hut not dangerously. Tho mooting Jnt the Presbyterian of Middlesboro, aro hero visiting friends. the service of tho Lord has been called Statu Inspector Gardner, of Frank- to her reward. Mrs. Ilbecca J. McOlary, church will begin Monday, 25th, con 1 ducted by ltov. Mr. Ihtcher, of IVrry fort, wna hero Wednesday looking after wife of Joseph H, McOlary, Sr., Hftor an some business for tho Stnto. illness of but three days, answered tho vlllo. Mr. Simuel Hlckey died nt his homo summons at a little after 0 o'clock Tuesof Ohrhtianj Tho IVrlholIon Society College will givo an entertainment Fri in tho Northern part of the county last day evening nnd went to livo forever day night, Mch. 2Mh, at tho Colli'KU Saturday, after an illness of only about with the nngels. Mrs. McOlary was born a day, 'Jan 25, 1825, in Tar jwelljcounty, N. O. Chapel. A few of Miis Kate Berry's young j When 10 years of age, her pirenta whoso Mr. J. W. Allen shipped to Cincinnati, during the winter, about 1,000 tur-- . friends spent a very pleasant evening name was Samuel, moved to Rockcastle 100. Ho with her last Saturday at tho homo of county, this State, whore in'duo court'e koyB, which lost him nearly Mr. W. It Durham. of time fllio met the mm whoso wife she bought thorn nt 5c per pound. General Groen Clay Smith will lee afterwards becamo and who made him a Adam Haldock, colored, dropped dead from his chair tho other day, at hla( turo Friday evening at tho Baptist church helpmeet in every sense of the word. On homo. Ho hnil been complaining about on tho "Life of Abraham Lincoln." No the 1 itii day of February 1811 they wore doubt it will bo an interesting lecture. united iu marrUge and In the 51 years a week, but did not think anything troui the present prospects wo will that they lived together thero was liard was tho matter. Heart trouble have another good log tide in tho river. ly a rill! j to disturb tho peaceful serenity. was tho cause. Tho ofllcers of tho Christian church It rained hard all Tuesday night and is To thorn six children wera boru, all of are trying to get up a subscription to en- raining and snowing both this, Wednes- whom aro Hvlng.iMrs. McOlary's death being tho first to occur in tho family. able them to employ a preacher for tho day, afternoon. Tho State Baptist Young People's That she obeyed tho command to raiee ono to preach two Sunyear. They want days in each month, and expect to em- Iuetjtutu will meet here, March 30, and her children In tho nurture and admoniploy Uro. Williams to preach two Sun- continue three dtys. Wo expect a largo tion of tho Lord all will attest, who know days. In the meantime liro. Williams crowd and will do our best to entertain Messrs. W. F., J. 0. aud A.: N. McOlary them in good style. and Mrs Mattio Koviiu, Mrs. Nannie continues to preach. Gen. Green Clay Smith, of Wash- Hintt and Miss Lillio' McOlary. They Wo know that Mr. John Taylor and Miss Lucy (livens were to bo married ington City, is hero visiting his daughter, have tho priceless legacy of a mother's but, for the life of us, wo could not get Mrs. J. L, Whitehead, and .also taking love and tenderness and, renliza that to tho oxnet da'o Time is tho keystone his regular spring fishing Ho has a tent her thoy owo nearly every (good Jthing to nil secrets, though, and it was none of and will Bpend some weeks If tho weath- that they have enjoyed in life. Mrs. McOlary joined tho Utptistlchurcli, when a our business anyway, so join in tho con er does not get too had. Mr. J. W. Slier was in Jellico Wed- child aud lived fully up to its precepts. grntulntiona of their many friends and. g happiness while sail-- , nesday at a meeting of the citizens of this She was instant In every good work. In wish the:n ing over tho sea into which they lmvo section to consider n proposition to build fict she went about doln good, her last ! another raihoad into this section from act, from which she caught the coldi just launched. Our quota of delegates to tho coun- the Kiist, making direct connection with which produced pneumonia, being to visit a sick child in hnrj. neighborhood ty convention to bo held in May is eight, Atlantic Coast lines. Trio meeting stilt continues with aud miiiiater to its BUfleriugs. A year and wo hope they will all bo thero with ' n vote each for M F. North. Nearly all . much interest at tho Baptist church and ago Mr. and Mrs. McOlary celebrated who have not an interest in them, are in a large number have been added to the their golden wedding in a joyou? way fivor of freo turnpikes. Thu ropubli-- , church. Itev. Alderman is n very forci- with children, grand children aud friends tho husband cms of tljo West End seem to want Mr. ble speaker and presents tho goBpel in a arotiud thorn To-dimourns tho loss of a faithful nnd loving linn King, oi Jloroiami, to he a candidate very plain, simple manner. Waller, tho little son of.Judgo II. T. wife and the children a mother who was and they could not put out a better man. Tuesone indeed. May thoy find consolation Miss Mac. lxkn is in Ixmlsvillo and Hemphill, wai very ludly hurt Cincinnati buying her cpring millinery. day by falling from a horse. Ho with where she so often pointed them, nnd at W. 1). Weatherford returned from Hot several other little bojs were on a horse last j lin her in a land where there is no Springs, Ark , Tuesday, niter using tho and by sotno means lost their balance uighi aud sorrow can never come. The healing and purify ing waters about three and when they fell, ho was caught under funeral sormon was preached to a largo concourse of friends in the church she weeks. Miss Mary Green is visiting the bottom. Mr. Thomas Barrow, of tho Herald, loved so well, by Itsv. A. V. S zemoro at Mr. J. 1$, Adams nt tangviuw, Ala. Miss Hallio Cook returned from Lexing was in Louisville a part of this week. 2 o'clock i. m. yesterday, after which tho ton, Tuesday, after rpending many de- Mrs J. M. Vaughn is in tho city this remains were laid to rest in Buffalo Cem lightful weeks with Mrs. Dr. Leo Huff-- ! week looking up tho latest spring styles otery. Miss Shearer, of Winmm. Miss Mary Adams Is visiting Mies in chester, has returned to Btayjwith J. V. Offsley is Garrard. MT- - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. To. morrow.i Sttiinlav. !!3J.. tho farm Sullivan during tho millinery season. Our depot ngent has been on sick list The students of the Academy gno of Joseph l'gf, deceased, containing 58 two weeks, atres, will be sold by public outcry iu a contest calisthenics drill, Tuesday Give attention to tho side-walk- s. The boys vs. tho girls. Tho defront of tho Weatherford Hotel. Mil They need improvement. Joseph Pago died about Ave years ago, I cision was in favor of the girls. It was Limo for now Harrodsburg building ! -i t i.. ins .i.... i. luavuiK i.: tinuuicr, imid. uvuci, uuiy very interesting and thechapnl was filled will be shipped from this place. 1 100, and tho present sale Is tho result of to overll owing to see it, notwithstanding Tho inclement weather has interfertho will being broken in order to givo tho rain and thejdarknesi of tho night. ed materially with the attendance of pu.,', JI.'.IW, her, her sharo. At the adniinintrator'j WILLOW GROVE. pils nt the Institute. sale, Mr. A. M. rrye bought tho land at Considerable life has been added to Mr. Jack Bosloy dad two very fine about 32 per acre. the mercantile business hero by the now cattle killed by tho caviug.in of an old merchants lately arrived. CHURCH AFFAIRS. straw stack, Elder Joe Ballou preached here last If the gentleman who found last Kuv. It. U. Mahony will preach at Sunday. Elder J. J. Dickey, of Jackson, Monday on tho Stanford pike a black the Crab Orchard Baptist church Sun- Derby hat will return same to Luclen will fill the pulpit next Sunday. day morning nt 11 o'clock. brick dwellBaiioain. My Lewis ho will confer a favor on a hatless Next year will witness tho 1 1th cen- man. ing at Krieger, Lincoln county. Barn, tury of tho conversion of Franco to Mrs. Miranda Cook is sutlering with stable, well, etc. Lot contains 22 and Christianity. The event is to be celo-drat- her wrist, which was sprained several half acres. F. Krieger, Mt. Vernon, at Rheims. weeks ago. Mrs. Dr. John Flnnnlgan, Ky. 4t. Kuv. J. M. Halsell (Cumberland of Missouri, will visit Mrs. Bettio Irvine Messrs. G. G. Wine, of Stanford, and Presbyterian) has accepted a call from next week. Mr. B. F. Goode, of Turn-ersvill- e, G II. Terpauy, of Michigan, formed a tho Walnut Flat church and will preach is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. Tent of Maccabees here Wednesday tho Hi Sunday in April at 11 a. m. T. Ward. night. Twenty-tw- o members were IniHov. It. H. Noel has just returned Considerable excitement twas croa. tiated. from Madison county, where ho preach- ted in tho Senior class nt Cent re. College Tho oyster supper to night at tho ed several days at Union City to good a few days since by tho explosion of sev- Nowcamb House will bo largely attendcongregations and organized a Sunday eral very largo firecrackers, t while thnt ed. Mr. DeBord makes nu admirable School. clnsa was being heard Jby Dr. J. B. Wor-rai- l. host nnd nil enjoy tho cntertninmenls A Baptist Male and Female InMl-tiit- o Tho president, Dr. Young, was given there. Tula one is for the bonefit will bo established at Sturgis, tho naturally very indignant nt euch con- of the Sunday School. contract for tho building having been duct and called a meeting of t'ie faculty The family of Prof. Pierce arrivtd let last week. Tho building will cost to Investigate tho affair. Ever member Thursday and will reside in Mr. S. 112,201. of the class was compelled to take an now house. We aro I al ways Tho successor of Dr. John A. Broad-u- s oath stating whether or not he had tak- pleased to see such good citzjns locate as President of tho Southern Baptist en part in tho disorderly conduct. Three here and trust that tho people will acTheological Seminary in Louisville will of thu class confessed thnt they wnro cord them a cordial welcome. not bo selected until tho regular meeting guilty and a few daya after wcro public Mt. Vernon has but ono church ediof tho trustees in May, which will bo at ly suspended from Collego. Tho ono fice, but tho pulpit of that is filled every Washington. who was supposed to bo tho leader was Sunday. On first Sunday in the month suHpeuded for six weeks, while his two tho Presbyterian doctrine is expounded, Gen. Adam Bndenu, who wag Mili- accomplices wore suspended for three. next the Baptist, then the Christian and tary Secretary on tho staff of Gen. Grant We shall mention no names, but think on tho fourth Sunday the Methodist. during tho war, is dead. it sufficient to siy thnt two of tho par- About tho same nudieuco listens each Reports from Fnyettovllle, Tenn., ties hail from Danville, while tho third time. stnto that n womau was lynched there is tho son of a very prominont lawyer Wo were forcibly reminded ono by a mob which suspected her of arson. of Covington and until this unfortunate evening last week of some of Sir Walter Frank McCreary, n painter atXenia, event occurred had tho promise of being Scott's descriptions of wierd scenes iu O., fell 00 feet to tho ground and escaped the valedictorian of the senior clasi Beautiful tiio highlands of Scotland. uninjured with tho exception of a (ow strains of music woru wafted on tho evEpwokth Lk.vuuEKS. Send stamp for ening nir from the "Town Hill" (tho bruises. In contesting the election of Hon. ollichil book "Historic Chattanooga," highest point iu Kentucky) blazing Joe M. Kendall ( Congress rom tho 10th containing full pmicultra International "watch fires" uhot up against a dark district, Mr. Hopkins has given Mr. Ken- Convention o! Iiaorth Leaguers, at background and an occasional lusty yell, dall a chance to expose gross irregulari- Chattanooga nest Juao. Tho Q icon from tho baud boys hall a mile away, ties in Magofliu county, which gavo and Orescent Route will m ike rate one made one almost believe that tho days of fare for round .trip. Olias. W. .all, D. Auld Lang Syne had returned. IlopMub u majority. railroad commissioners hold P. A , Cincinnati, 0. W. A. Beckler, Tho Mrs. Dr. J. G. Flanagan and eon, that the refusal of tho L. and N. to re- N P. A., Ill Adams St. Chicago, 111. Iteppert.of Boa worth, Mo., visited Mrs ceive and switch a carload of cattle ship- 0. A. Baird, T. P. A , Detroit. W. W. J. V. Nesbitt, of this pbee, aud Prof. J. ped over tho Southern Ktllroad Compa- Dunnavnut, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. 0. S. Hoppert, of Orlando, recju.ly. Alibi Bourbon Stockyards Is Riuoaiaou, U. P. A., Oinciunuti,0. ny's lino to tho May Miller has returned from Cincinnan violntion of tho Constitution and tho ti well preparad to givo Instruction iu A Uouaohold Treasure. statutes. music. Sho will take charge of tho musArchTreadwny, a prominent farmer lie I) W Fuller, oi Canajohatia, .V. V., y In tlnit jlwayi Lceys Dr. Kins' New Diicutuiy the ic class ut tho Institute. Mrs. Clou would not be without t, If of Oasloy county, attempted suicide by lirtit and hii familyD) Iceman Druggist id. Mr. aud airs. Cawkill, (. a rifle. Ho is procurable. that AUr kin'i New Dmovcry it Brown iias been quite shooting himself with N. V,ti) N. M. Shumate and handsouio daughters undoubtedly thebfwt CViuu remedy; he nlivo but refuses to sue a doctor and says umh! it In his la iii y f r ci.ht t'J5s( thu it hit visited fri- nds lm and in town this week. Mis. if ho gets well ho will again try to rcve failed to do nil that li claimed lur it. Why that nut try a nn.edyio long tried and tested Trial Dr. Eugeno Browu visited friends at kill himBelf. He is a brother of Hon. bottle tree at A. K. Penny's Drug Store. Regu- Muretsburg this week. lar tlie sc and Si oo. M. J. Tread way, of Boonoville. o. ser-ious- ly life-lon' y HUSTONVM.LE. lat dreEs-makfn- six-roo- m ed l Somerset's Big Court and Ofher Items. If you want to see people of all sorts, sizes and ai?efl, people who aro blessed with this world's goods, or cursed with Its poverty, people whoso faces tell of joy and happiness or of troublo and dismay, people of every dlscriptlon imaginable, go to SomiMot on tho first day of circuit court. You will find them thero and taking them altogother you will also find at clover a people as tho sun shines on. Pulaski people love to go to circuit court and if it is in their power they go. For inUanc-an old gentleman who will be four score years in July next, walked 18 miles to bo thero Monday, while another Pulaskian who had tho mUfortune to have both of his legs cut off above his knees a number of years ago, walked tbreo miles on the stubs that ware left him. Somehow or other I rath or look forward to going to Somerset court myself and I can't blamo those wbo aro always present at the first tap of the bell. Monday was no exception to the gen oral rulo and a big crowd was in town. Judge Morrow wns in fine Bhape and opened court promptly at 10 o'clock This is a four weeks' term and while tho dockdt is not unusually heavy the entire time will be taken up. Commonwenlth's Attorney Lester wns on hand as were a score or more of lawyers from Somerset and a distance. Somerset, like most of country towns, is just a bit dull now. The people have cried hard times so long that they really believe tho old story and aro holding their fingers as tightly as possible on the spare chango they miy have. This hurts tho merchants and thoy too have joined iu the old song to some extent. Not much building has been done since my last visit, but the place is holding her own, which is saying a good deal cousid-erineverything. Judge William Catron, who unfortunately Is a republican, is filling the office of county judge with much credit and is a universally popular oilicial. William Cooper is making a capital sheriff, while A. J. Catron is as good a jailer as one could wish. These gentlemen are all Journal subscribers and the fact that they are good officers is probably duo to the fact that they read this paper closely. Notwithstanding the courthouse is manned with republican officers, the I. J. has soven subscribers among them. Somerset has two solid institutions in its banks. The First National has a cap ital of f 100,000 and a recent statement shows that its depoaite amount to over 1151,000, and that it has a urp)us of Tho Somerset Banking Co , whose stock is partly held by Lincoln county people, is also progressing nicely. I heard it hinted .that beginning with July next it would likely declare 4 per cent, dividends ps the oxponees of the bank had been greatly reduced by a recent change. Twontyseven shares of its stock sold publicly Monday at fl07.50. It is really worth $114, the president informed me. Capt. Sam M. Boone, on account of is not making an active canvass for the office of commissioner of agriculture but says he will do so in due time-Thcaptain is a good lawyer, a splendid newspaper man and a clever gentleman, aud has many friends who would be glad to see him got the office. He is a direct descendant of Daniel Boone and as none of tho family by that name has over been on tho State ticket, it looks like its about time to givo Daniel's relatiyes some recognition if tho old Commonwealth evir intends to. Mr. and R. G. Hail aro again house keeper after boarding for a year or more and are cozily domiciled in a pretty brick cottage in tho heart of the residential portion. Mr. Hail is one of Somerset's solid business men and is probably one of tho youngest bank cashiers in the State. Among the Lincoln county people who were In Somerset this wepk were: Messrs.'P. W. Green, M. S. Baughman, W. B. McKinney, Jesse D. Wearen, D. S. Carpenter, D. S. McKinney aud Joseph Phelps. An opera house is badly needed in Somerset and there is talk of ono being built before long. Johnson's Hall is tho only placo of amusement iu town and besides being small and rather behind the times in construction, it is very inaccessible. Located as she Is Somerset should citch soul's of tho best shows on tho road. The shops of tho Q & 0. aro a ureat he'p to Sotnorset. The pay train leaves about ?15,000 monthly and tho greater portion of it is spent thero. Tim arrival of tho pay car is looked forward to with as much anxiety as it was by Stanford people before tho division was moved from Rowland E. 0. W. , court-hous- e g $20,-00- 0. semi-annually Paper, Paper, Wall Paper. The stock of nice paper that we have on hand must go at a sacrifice. 25 cent Gilt Papers go at 15 cents 20 18 6 IS I2 10 &12 " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " 12, 10 S cents cents 7 cents cents 6 cents scents 4cents 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. WITEZBS de HOOKER, It Is Wisdom At all times to examine closely whatever you buy, Before investing your money. Wc 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 waist5, dress goods, white goods, laces, embroideries, hosiery, shoes, clothj ing, neckwear, underwear in Muslin or Jersies, Don't Fail to See Us. 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 in this country. Every garment guaranteed to fit and to give satisfaction. Remember our Perfection Shoe made by Kippendorf, Ditt-ma& Co., superior to any made. If you want lace curtains, towels, table linens, napkins or anything for housekeeping, come to us. Always at home from 7 a m to 9 r. m. n HUGHES & TATE. FLOWS Al FLOW it,- - 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. James Frye, HUSTON VIIXE, KV. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem im possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. fine worth $3. 1.25, Mclntosfi worth 5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c Black cape for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, $1.10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2. 50 to $7.50, worth $5 to Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor 5. made for 12.50 to $15, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. A good - I GXiOTIKIlSrGi- $1.50 rubber coat very black slicker 53-75 s 1 Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know 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 I have a line of in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. 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 stifT hat, the very latest shaye, for $1.15 worth $3. BSTTIkj sequel Buy and sell for Cash."1 JAMES FRYE, Hustonvillc, Ky. IDIRHJSS O-OOXD- S ! that tho dreary winter's over, and the comes again, when the far- furrow and plauts the , mor plows tho j yellow grain; when tho birds begin to twitter nnd the treed begin to bloom, it is then tho spring-tim- e cometh, and it cannot come too soon, for our pants nro growing ragged, nnd winter's cooling breeze has been blowing through our trousers everywhere except the knees. ( No fipriug-tuti- e Is hoceiving His SPRING : AND : SUMMER GOODS : Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. in ii0iji mnm m' INTERIORJOUKNAL NEWSY' NOTES. 5t-"-v Up w- - HSt,,..!-- . ""..T ." fWwr-- tt Jr t MATRlMONIALMATTERS. Casey-eflec- ADDITIONAL LOCAL. -- WE- i K IS v 1 Mk. J. A CitAiT'fleuit In the Federal court against Hradstreut'a Commeicial six gat $3,000 for tying tho knot. Pretty good pay for ten minutes Agency for $15,000 damages for reporting SrANFORD. Kv., " Makcii 22, 1895 yeats. the L'ly Mining Company insolvent, was Burlington, Vt. caused a work. Fire at on trial this week. Judge J. W. Alcom Joo Mix, of Andorson, Ind , Bold his million loss. One man was burned to W. P. WALTON. wife to Joo Bodguley for $ 25, and threw was of counsel for tho plaintiff. Peri death. instructions were given for tho do Values beyond comparison this week. The choicest, the best, the Near Willisburg, Washington coun in some bed clothing and a few other femlant. greatest bargain news is always found under our heading. Anything Another failure of justico cornea to ty, Luther Heron shot Win. Outnley for trinkets. M. D. Hardin, of Danville, deThe Danville Advocato has evidently Mr. disgust people with the way the courts testifying aeainst him. advertised under that heading can be relied on as being a bargain and A Chinese banker, Ham Quay, is nies that anyone had tho authority to aspito Kgainet the editor of this paper, permit criminals to get the advantage of XTn Iimt Ollt" bargains llCrC. We his engagement to MiBS Ste- or it would never connect his name with rliirr nrn nlivnuc iilonftr ul tliom. tho law. A year or two ago, tho father said to be worth the almost inconceiv- announco a candidacy for tho Legislature, or any tell you these arc bargains. Read tnem over. It is titnc well spent venson, daughter of tho of Miss Abbie Oliver, of Union county, able sum of $1,700,000,000. report has been embarrass- other ofllco. Call us anything you want Tho cost of feeding tho 2,000 convicts and says the forced Henry Delnney, who had ruined to, say the Stanford Water Works are in the Missouri penitentiary averages 8 ing to them both. the girl, to marry her. After the cereater to A matrimonial promoter at Chicago n. g. and that we do not need mony thty started for homo in a closed cents a day for each parson. has como to grief. Ha advertisod to sup tako tho fire out of our red liquor, but Tho local option election at Stanton, curiage, when, on a lonely stretch of the ply wives of dazzling beauty und uulimi neer, wo pray thee, mention us ns Wc have a full line of dress goods. Come and see them. Apron road, a party of men, said to be Delnn-oy'- a Powell county, resulted in a majority of ted wealth at 25 cents a pioce or three candidate for any ollico under the sun. check ginghams 45 for license in a vote of 210. Hoosier brown cotDress ginghams friends, opened Ore on the carriage, The sale of tho Four Seasons Hotel, for a quarter. Thousands of fools an- We have no desire to sell our birthright ton yard wide 0- -4 unbleached sheeting 15c. Ucd ticking Sc with tho alleged intention of rescuing Fed-orswered the advertisement and his mail of freedom for a meanly mees of i fiieial him. During tho firing, the girl was shot over which a row was raised in tho pottage. Bleached cotton 4c. Good table linen 25c yd. Marsaillcs Quilt 75c has been averaging a buBhel a day since court, has been confirmed. and died later at her home. The mother e department Children's and Misses I lose 10c. LaLectures and Tiiimis. Unlike Solo worth $1. 25. Calicoes 3 Mrs. Helen Miller drowned herself January. Tho was wounded, and the carriage was shot mails to mon's glory, the half of which had not dies shirt waitcs, full sleeves had him arrested for using the 50 and 75c. AJbig line of Ladies' Hair full of holes. In the excitement that fol- in a lake near Valparaiso, Ind., because dt fraud and ho has been sent to tho pen- been told to the Queen of Sheba, was pins from her husband failed in business. Corsets 25, 48, 75, $r, 51.25. Look at 10 to 25c. lowed, Henry made his escape. The case that of Rev. D. H. Shields, for the bills Ralph Wilkes, that once sold for itentiary. created great excitement and tho trial Invitations Jhavo been received be- told much moro than half, in point of it is said f 75,000 was a memorable one, resulting in as $30,000 and for which friends here to the marriage of Dr. Fay. fact, a little more than all of his. Ho died at Lexington. stated in a life sentence, after the ablest was refused, Bel, a St. Bel stallion, ette Dunlap, of Danville, to Mies Martha lectured on "That Cabinet" at Walton's Lake view lawyers in that section had used every which cost $4,000 three years ago, brought J. Williams, of Bloomington, III. The Opera House Wednesday night, and means and argument in his behalf. A ceremony will occur at the Christian made Borne good points, and while it is only 55 at Lexington Tuesday. new trial was refused, but the court of church in the latter city at G in M April not very much of a compliment, we are The Supreme Court of California appeals, which seems to stand eyer ready 2d and they will be at homo at Danville free to admit that his was Jecidodly the was has decided that tho holder of a through to help those who break the lavs, railroad ticket has a right to stop over after April 16th. Miss WilliauiB visited best lecture of tho course. The club, The First and The Very Best in the Market. sought and, as usual, not in vain. It held Mrs.J3. W. Givens.of this county, which put too much rolianco upon tho privileges. that if a man's friends believe ho is held years ago and is pleasantly remem- representations of tho Lyceum Bureaus, A tornado swept over Augusta, Ga., in custody against his will, they may orwas rather unfortunate in tho selection demolishing houses and in- bered by a number of friends hero. ganize and by force rescue him from a Wednesday The marriago of John R. Brooks and of its men. It could not afford, with its juring a number of people, but no deaths girl, her fatherand mother, without wait MIbs Annie 'A. Grimes took place in the previous experience, to employ tho highing for the slow process of law to free are reported. The new Cuban sugar crop will bo First Presbyterian church at Harrods- est priced lecturers, but it honestly Wc arc Headquarters for men and ladies him from bonds assumed under duress, An all called leather G. Hunter, thought that it was offering men who and children's shoes. short, and that fact, with the present burg, Wednesday. Rev. J. and reversed tho finding of the lower to 7, 00c church, of which Miss would more than give the people their Dong. Pat. tip shoe for ladies 2 has very much discouraged pastor of that court. This ruling was virtually an order revolution, GrimpH is a member, was assisted in tho money's worth. Animated solely by tho planters. to acquit and at the trial this week stylish shoe for men The court records of Stafford county, ceremonies by Rev. Mr. Marshall, paetor tho desire to add to tho pleasure and Chil Jrcn's shoes from 20c up. A good wearing, to go free and sin as was permitted to 1G99. The writing of of the Christian church of which Mr. knowledge of our citizens, and with no lace or cong. 9SC. If you want a pairof shoes don't buy until you ranch more as ho wants to. Such paro- Va., date back is as distinct as tho Brooks is a member. The bride is a ve desire nor expectation of reaping other have looked through our stock. We can save you 25 per cent. Ladies on justice as we have seen in the the oldest document ry lovely young lady and is the daugh- reward than that of having done a good day it was traced. dies, look at our carpets and matting. Our line is complete and prilast few months are making the people Tho HopkinBvillo Kentuckian bus ter of John H. Grimes, Esq. Mr. Brooks work, the club in tho face of previous restless and dissatisfied with tho working all. Wc are giving some of the grandCLOTHING! O. M. Clay, for governor, al is a natiyo of Crab Orchard and he will failures to meet expenses, made a third ces in reach of of the law and they are beginning to ask declared for take his bride on a visit to his mother attempt to entertain and instruct, but its est bargains in mens' and boy's clothing ever seen in Stanford. Hoy's how long their patience will be abused- though the paper is for freo silver and and sister there, alter a short bridal tour. efforts were not appreciated, and a reck- suit only 75c,-- Si, $1.25 and up to $j. the candidate Isn't. Long pant suits $2, 2.50, $3 Mr. Bis8ell will remain a member of He is an excellent young man and is one oning up of accounts, at the close of the and up to 10.00. Tub old fogies who form the fiscal Men's suits 3.00 and up. the Cabinet until May 1, at which time of the Bevor.il brothers who havo all made course, shonrs Hint ttiero la a loss ol court in Scott county ought to die or $130 20, to be borne half by Rev. W. E. They are bo far behind in tho Mr. Wilson will be ready to take charge successes in life. never as Postmaster General. Ellis and O. E.Tate and tho other half march of progress that they can OF A LOCAL NATURE. Yesterday's statement of tho condiby the writer. Tho loss last year was should they try, and they do catch up not seem to make any effort in that di- tion of the United States Treasury shows: An egg dealer at Harrodsburg ship $4SS0. The club feels that the citizens rection. The Times sayB that notwith- Available cash balance, $184,000,305; ped 5,000 dozen to Cincinnati last week of Stanford owed it to themselves to see A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprietors, standing 825 people signed a petition to gold reserve. $90,415,032. for which ho had paid SI and 10 cents that the club at least should come out cleaning out bis woll, Win. per dozen and lost money on them. standwo will not cry over spilled While whole. But have tho town clock set back to T. D. RANEY, Manager. ard time, the court refused to do it. The Jackson, of Mansfield, O., was entombCapt. W. E. Grubbs formally an- milk. We aro in the hole and will have Branch Stores. names on the petition included those of ed by dirt caving in. He perished be- nounced his candidacy for representa to stay there, but it goes considerably against the grain of a poor newspaper nearly every business and profession fore he could be rescued. tive at Danville Monday, reports that he Cynthiana, Lexington promises another sensa- wouldn't to the contrary. He is for freo man to have to pay fGj.06 to hear four Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, that would be most affected by tho change, but the old hayseeds turned a tional contest over a suit to break the turnpikes. Boyle county has 85 miles of lectures. Perhaps tho rich merchant Virsaillcs, Ky.'and'Mackport, Ind. deaf ear to them. It is tho most annoy- will of Mrs. Robert F. Johnson, involv- these roads now subject to tolls, estimat-mate- doesn't mind putting up $32 50 pro bono ing thing in tho world to have two times ing an estate valued at about $100,000. to be worth $1,500 per milt-- , or publico, but we incline to tho belief that You Know Not When Thk Cow Will Sixteen men are known to have about $125,000. the preacher who has to put up a liko to go by, as we learned from long expe- . it i sum will not enjoy it any more than we e is haan billarl Yiv nn Avnlnninn in a Wvn. nence, ana as do. mainly arbitrary and oftener than other mine minn anil it is feared that from I ingsburg girl placed a jug of boiling wa Of all the teachers in tho world, we can see no good rea to 50 others yet in the mine also met wise incorrect, Experience is most dear ter at her feet and the next morning the Bon for not making a change of a few death. unwittingly And the Lecture Club has also found negro vagrant ordered by the court water was frozen hard. She A Tl at it likewiso is severe. minutes to a time that is taken at the Avoid the uncertainties of fate by seeing mentioned tho fact and at once tier lover 8t. Louis observatory every day. Stan- to be sold for six months was put up to broke the engagement, and every young And leesoi a learned from such a source, ford wouldn't change back to sun time the highest bidder at Paris. Ho was man in the town shudders when ho Are apt to make us scholar, started at $1 and finally bid to $21 and for anything. Winchester But they will never bring us hack thinks of those cold feet. knocked down. That hundred and thirty dollnrp. Correspondence solicited. Office over Baughuians' livery stable. Secretary of Statk Gresuam is enwere seven suicides and at- Democrat. There His friends over the State sympa- Wo give it up, alas, alack, livening things at Washington these tempted suicides in Chicago on one day Tho lecture course iH done.' dull and unprofitable days. His prom pt last week. Five of the efforts proved thize with Rev. George O. Barnes in tho Our people wont take to such things And we can't stand tho fun action with reference to the Spanish in successful. Two of the victims were loss of his crop of Florida tomatoes. And with sympathy there is a gentle suit is commended alike by the opposi young women. great evangetion and his friends, and now it is said NEW ADVKUTIHKJIKNT A representative of tho State Board wondering whether tho ejaculated, "Praise the Lord!" as he he is getting after Minister Thurston, of of Health has investigated, tho epidemic list This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you w holly frozen Hawaii, with a Bharp stick. It seems from which bo many people have died in gazed on his Tor HATCHING Krct from the want the very best materials, you can not afford to overlook our VrpQ that Thurston has mnde himself persona the Mud riyer section of Floyd county tomattuses, or whether ho slammed the ILLUJO crcat winter laying S KS. llrowii K Uroolts, stock. Ji for 1; KfL't. AdJrem Crab Orchard, Ky non grata to the State department by and pronounces it cerebrospinal menin door and kicked the pup like any -- Glapgow Times. son of belial. frequent and caustic criticisms of it, and gitis. Fire broko out in Joe Hemphill s Unless the court of appeals shall the secretary decided to make an exam The best is not too good. pie of him by demanding hia recall. otherwise decree Breathitt county will storo in Barbourville and consumed the OF" DIADEM LODGE NO. 81, nccodo to his have her first legal hanging, May 31, and entiro building, with all the stock. The Should Hawaii refuse to ft fiwwnn m tmmMffP fire then spread to tho brick demand, it would sever diplomatic rela- Thomas Smith, the murderer of Dr. ntfliA. VI AIUbM, Enwill have the honor of breaking the of John A. Black, occupied by E. T. tione and she would be left high and dry Quality and price are right. gland & Sons. The building was totally on that narrow neck of land between record. Wc M. llrucp, A. O. Huffman, W H Wer-Shcndin. loe F Watrn. Ino. S W.lli. Robert Djg, a moonshiner, went destroyed, but the stock was partly sav on, W, tho devil and the doep sea. It is also K. U Walton J. ti. uwiley. Jr.. and othrri. do min- into a restaurant at Mavsville and after ed. A. W. Hopper's stock was badly heiebr aiaociate and become Incomorats and ere. said that the recall of the Spanish ate ourselvti, our aModatet and lucccnort a body church corporate, with power of perpetual aucccuion, to ister, on the same grounds, has been de drinking 17 cups of coffeo and eating a damaged. The Presbyterian poison with sui- barely escaped the (Umes. The loss is tue and b tued, plead and b. Impleaded, contract inanded. If Mr. Gresbam does not min J dozen sandwichs, took and be contracted with, to have a corporate teal, he will become a worse Jingo than James cidal intent. The coffeo probably saved about $10,C00, half covered by insurance. and make, alter or amend the tame at pleasure. his life. The name ol this corporation thall be Diadem G. Blaine provod to be during his short President Milton Elliott, who has made IxxleeNo. 81, Knifhuof I'yihiai of Kentucky, A woman who had been summoned principal place of Garrard Collegei and itiLincoln county, of bntineia shall be Stan, administration of tho Stato department. Dealer In- Kentucky. Iti bunneu ford, to testify against cattle (hieves in Ne- a decided success shall be the eiercneof tuch Friendship, and is one of the best educators in the and The committee very wisely ordered braska was found dead with a rope State, will retire from that institution at laration of Charily as Is provided for fn the decthe principles of the Order of Kiights convention to nominate a demo- around her neck. She had been outthat the Il)thUs. tho close of tho present session to take cf It shall begin from this day and aball continue cratic candidate for railroad commission- raged and then lynched, supposedly by charge of the nourishing West Kentucky twenty6s years, or as long as it has seven mem birs in good tlauding in the Order of Knights of er in this district, bo held atLouisville some of the rustlers. College at Mayfield, much to tho regret Pythusoi Kentucky, The National Bank of Kansas City, at the Bame day of the State convention, No capital slock is required to commence its of his friends and patrons in this portion shall June 24, and that the delegates to that with stated liabilities of $1,050,000 and of tho State. Mayfield is 30 miles South business and its capital stock therealter contribu-lie Its accumulation of revenues and any tions which may be made to it ami the accumulafrom the counties composing assets of $1,800,000 has suspended. Tho convention of Paducah on the C. & O. & S. W. It ted profits of tame, and such stocks 01 tunds thall the Second district, of which Lincoln Star says that none of the other banks of is a thriving city of 5,000 inhabitants, be invested from time to time, as may be directed K"ST. rctolution of the and the counties through this section to the city will in any way be affected, be- with electric lights, splendid water works, byIts officers shall becorporation. the Chancellor Commardrr, Vice Chancellor, Prelate and Altsttr at Arm, W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Louisville are a part, shall be the dele- ing in splendid condition. manufactory, threo largo flouring who shall bo elected at th last The lunch wagon of tha New York an ice is a sav gates to that convention. This mieting in May and November, and the Keener mills, and a woolen mill employing over 01 jtecoius auu acau, muiiroi ri nance and Masing of time and will result in a fuller ex- Temperance Society has proved a great a THK HERD OK ter of Enchequer, who thall hundred hands. The school property br ballot In the last meeting be elected annually in November, and pression than if the convention was call- success, in tne course of a year 0,000 of a beautiful campus of eight such other officers as are provided for by the Conconsists ed for a separate time. There are four meals, at 10 cents a piece, were served Lodges of with College and a boarding hall, stitution cf Subordinate Kentvcky. ol the Order of ol Knights will be acres, from it, and the profits from it ltaus corporation shall never at nny candidates for the place. three Btory brick. Tho Ihedebttof the used in purchasing another wagon to each a handsome well furnished, being time exceed two thousand fire hundred dullart, R. H. Bronaugh,!Pror, boarding hall is and the property of its indiuidual memb.rt thall John D. White says he didn't run cost $1,000. liable and cold water, bath not be acts of lor its corporate debts supplied with hot Crab;Orchard, - - Kentucky. this corporation shall be valid only when Banker Bob Ford offered to give The At St. Paul the Walter A. Wood and is capable of accommo- when In writing, signed by tho Cbaicellor Comhim pistol balls instead of coin on a Harvesting Company went into tho rooms, Ac, Pigs for sale fiom the best types cf Regitterd and 40 board- mander and the Keeper of Records and Seals, with Ita corporate seal attached. check he presented at his bank, but ad- hands of receivers. The petitioners al- dating a family, teachers Given under our hand this 7th day of March, Stock, llreeders secured from tne beat herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited ers. The property was secured by its 1S83. M. HRUCK. mits that he stood not on the order of leged that tho Harvesting Company's ago, at a A G HI' K KM AN, his going, but went at once, on finding liabilities are more than $900,000 and enterprising people, nine years W H WEAKEN. W. K.SHKRIDAN, himself looking down the muzzle of an that a large part of this amount tbey are cost of moro than $10,000. It is located JOE H. WATKRS, in a good couutry and is destined to be ugly old pistol. His flight, he admits, uaable to pay." J NO S WEI.LS.C.C, E C.WALTON. the school of that part of Kentucky. Of may have been precipitate, but he deTwo rufliaus, Gaddie and Wilson,got a. UWSL.KY. IK., all the institutions in the State, for tho Jayhawk-e- r D. WKA REN, K. R. AS. clares on his honor as a Crestod drunk and raised a disturbance during State cf Kentucky, education of both sexes, under the auspiThe Uest and Latest Improved, that he did not run. We are glad of relieiousBer vices at Smith's school-housCounty of Lincoln, Set. church, thia in buildI, Jas. K. Cuuimins.Cleik of the Lincoln Ccuaty A run is not the proper gait for a Russell county, and when Constable ces of the Christian this. foregoing course of study, ranks next to Court, aoctrtily lhattht 15th day of aitlclts ol Inman of Johnny Jump Up'a dignity. corporation were, on the Match, 1S95, Butcher attempted to arrebt them, they ings and University. acknowledged before me by I, M. Ilruco, A. G. Kentucky cut him severely. Friends came to his - - Huffman, Joe K Waters. W. II Wearen, E. C. Tub LouiBville Times of Tuesday has a rescue and tho men were tied and taken S Wells to be the r ect Walton and Tub trial of Henry Reddiuk for burn- deed and theJohn was again arknuwledied and same ou cut of tho handsome prosn to jail at Jamestown. Hotel at Lancaster and the 16th day of March, 1895, by W. V. Sheridan And a Full Line of ing the Miller to be his act and deed beiore J. II. Ilnrton my pective nominee' of the republican party W. II. Skaggs has been arrested at causing several deaths is set for deputy, as shown by hit endorsement thereon in which, is a very good for governor, follows, "March 16, Brownsville, Edmonson county, charged There are doubts of tho ability of the figures and words asbefore me by W, K Sheridan 1S95, acknowledged Col. Bradley. He tells the Times K. Cummins, Clerk, to be his act and deed. Jai with the murder of Richard Gray, a to make out a caae. byj II. llurtou, D, C." And thi same as again that ho didn't claim that he would bo lumberman from Michigan, who disap- Commonwealth tbit day acknowleiKed before me by I. 8. Owsley, elected by 50,000 majority, but that he peared about nine months ago. trial of James IJarnner to be his act and deed, ami lodged for record Call on Tub exainininK His litI Moore was call whereupon myhave recorded the aame and this cersaid the majority would be a substantial tle son told of tho murder and tificate in olllce showed for the murder of Mack Witness my hand this 18th day of March, 180C. one. Tho cclonel is in the city to toll where the body had been ed at Danville Tuesday and continued JAS K Cl'MMINS, Clerk, what he knows about tho Scott Iltley the officers By J. II. Iiurt.D, D. C. till buried. political assessment case. &MI-WEEKL- Y Prohibition was defeated in ville, 128 to OS, after being in t It is said that Archbishop Corrigan CaBtolino-Gould GLORY II GI?II BARGAINS! in-to- vice-preside- Dry Goods and Notions. 4c. 4c. .j4c 1 al m post-olllc- Jc. OUR S. C. CORSETS. set-er- a! Mwffiltm, SHOES! SHOES! De-lane- y - re-sig- LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANTOUD, K"2, d eu sun-urn- Kiek the Lamp Over. KiRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. half-ripoan- d Leg-har- unre-ireuera- te Articles of Incorporation OILS. Ra-de- r, store-houfc- o VARNISHES. , V PENNY'S DRUG STORE. -- Bo K W1EAIHIEN9 STANFORD, Iknev.y-lenc- e Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, IILUE-GKAS- semi-annual- ly S Duroc Jersey Red Swine 'vVfattBtaaititBtBHrSlk) 1 lt-Ss- e, O'BRIEN . WAGONS, two-colum- to-da- y like-ness- to-w- Harness of All Kinds. FARRIS & HARDIN. - I U J -- JII'liJ'JjUAll kx.h& && mJL'it - ggsjafeMW j - ima ' &&$& Danville, Ky, ABOUT OUR NEW WASH GOODS VVc InteriorJournal Stankohd, Ky., - Makcit 22 18J.j E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL Fink clocks and watches Danks, the lending jeweler's. m cheap" at If yon are expecting to buy come nn J let us post you on prices. Severance & Son. I tay five conta for chickens, turkoyn and ducks; nlso buy green hides. 0. D. Powell. TnnEK nice rooms over our etable.next to Dr. Cook for rent. M. S. A J. W. Wall Paper&Alabastine Wc sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. a Call ' POINTS. Mns. G. L. Boveral days. I'knnv has been sick for Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of want you to see them and will give you some idea of our stock, its size, its variety, its prices, and hope these will induce you to make Orchard. us a visit the first pretty day. John II. Kiiiiy returned from Louis- Baughmnn. ville yesterday. Ziecilrr shoes are the most stylish Mns. Ukttik McKinnky visited relamost comfortable and moat durable and tives at Hustonvlllo this week. Mn. N, 13. I'iiicu, of Garrard, was with the cheapest. IiIh brother, Dr. A. 8. I'rlce, yesterday. KtHiir will place you in companies onMil. an n M W. L. Kvans are visit-lly that are legally authorized to do busiMr. Hay Whorton at MitchelleburK. ness in this Stnte. Mit. J. 8 HuaiiEH is in Cincinnati buy Tim largest line of Bhoes ever in Sinn-for- d loftduad loads of goods for Hughes can be Been nt Shanks'. Come in Tate. Mns. J. F. Cummins is visiting her pi nnd Bee the latest styles nt tho lowest rents, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Pettus, at Crn') prices. i. Wo Bo MPMBIEIl&m -- n PBNANGS. I2c. Wc have in 75 new patterns and colorings. Good quality at 36-inch Best , 36-inc- at GINGHAMS. DIMITY. 7c. Wc have just put on sale 2,000 yards of regular 10c Dress Ginghams at 5c. Finer grades in 50 styles at I2JjC, 15c, 20c and 25 cents. These we show in over 75 new patterns. Good quality at 10c a yard. Very choice line of beautiful patterns and sheer cloth at and the finest quality made in the world at 25c yard in 25 exquisite patterns. I2c JACONET DUCHBSSE. A 32 inch choice plain lawn in 35 entirely fresh designs. PRINTED PIQUES. Most popular of all heavy cotton goods. more than .0 pretty styles. Price I2jc. These wc have in FRENCH ORGANDIES. The daintiest of all wash fabrics and needs no description. Wc have over 50 designs, all new, of finest quality made and offer them it 33b'c PRINTED SWISS. These sold last year at 65c yard, but we found 25 pieces at a price and offer them at 25c yard. The best bargain wc ever offered in wash goods. Floiiknck Givkns, who lias been visititif; Mrs. G. 0. Giveus, returned homo yesterday.' Miih. Mahtha Gkimes went down to Klizibethtown yesterday to visit her sou, Mr. J. 8. Grimes. Mns. Jos Cofpby nnd Joe Will, of Livingston, were on Wednesday's train bound for Louisville. Gov. Jami8 U. McCnEAKY has returned to Richmond, wherH he can be addressed for some time. Mr. A. N. McClaiiy, of Kansas, arrived in time to look upon his mother's face before the clods shut them from view forever. Mihi Mary Clay Tiiomi-son- , one of Louisville's handsomest and most stylish yonnc ladies, arrived yesterday to visit the MiHSfs Lackey. M11. G. IJ. Swanoo, register of the land office, and candidate for was hero Tuesday minglim: with our people. Ho has mado a good olllcer nnd will bo hard to beat. Dr. W. J. Kdmibton, who graduated at the University of Medicine a few days ago, passed up to his home at Crab Orchard Tuesday, Inking his well earned sheepskin with him. Mn. and Mits. Piiucott, of London, Kngland, accompanied by MIbu Blanche Ring, of Neillsville, Wis,, n very handsome young lady, are guests at the Myers House, whero they will bo for some time. Mr. I'rescott, we learn, is the representative of n wealthy syndicate of London, which baa largo landed posses sions in the Eastern counties of Ken tucky, which he is seeing after. MitH I am agent for the Louisville Times and will deliver it at your door promptly each morning at 10 cents per week. Ernest Warren. Higoins A McKinnky have put up a big clock in front of their store for the benefit of those of their customers who wish to buy on time. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Machine to be shipped direct from factory to purchaser: The Ideal Sewing Machine 20. The Climax Sewing Machine 522. The New Home, style two, 23. The New Home, style three, 25. The New Home, style five, 528. 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: AND SAVE MONEY. For Rbnt. House, garden, all neces- dickering, Hazelton, Bush & sary outbuildings and three acres of Gcrts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, grass land near toll gate on the Danville Summer, Kimball, Hinzc, Prince piko. A. D. FIA1TOS: Mason & Hamlin, ORGANS: And Others. Root, Stanford. &Son. Sold on Eaijr Chicago Cottage, Kimball, Our perfection slues, our Balman Smith A Co., clothing, our muslin underwear, our spring wraps, our silks for shirt waists, our new dreea goods in all the now novelties, nre simply superb. Hughes A Tate. Address, Special Attention to Mall Orders. Pianoi and Organi Tuned and Repalrd by one ol the most competent workman I ev er Knew, who itivou u.my yran in lacwry learning nn trade. All worK warranted Sewiog Machines repaired and warranted. Payment. P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Articles of incorporation of Dindem Lodge, No, 81, Knights of Pythias, appear in our advertising columns. incorporated to invest it. m CUT GliAS!0)0 In Imitation This lodgo has accumulated a snug amount of money and it was necessary to have it Thk MaBons have rented a couple of rooms in Williams AStagg building opposite the St. Asaph Hotel and will hold Look in our window and you will see that you cannot tell these goods their meetings there instead of Odd Fel- from the genuine. We will be pleased to show you and quote you lows Hall. The Knights of Honor will prices which are within the reach of everybody. Every article is useful. also meet in the same room. fit Prices That Will Surprise Yoo. The case ugainst Judge T. L. Shelton for selling whisky to Sam Dudderar was dismissed yesterday. At the trial Tuesday of a similar case tho jury stood four for Shelton and two for Dudderar and that case was also dismiesed. DANKS, - JEWELER. THIS LIST Will surely be enough to attract you to our store. Th: 5 cent Ginghams alone will pay you to come. You may be suic that our patterns arc the prettiest and newest to be had in the market. SILK SHIRT WAISTS. No otic could put up prettier or better styles than the waists wc offer at $$ 50, $., $$, $5.50, ?6 and $6.50. All in the new The fit of these is "blouse" front the reigning fad in Paris absolutely perfect. to-da- SEPARATE SKIRTS ri Prices Made in newest styles, lined and interlined with hair cloth. (or Crcpon skirts $7.50; Mohair S.oo; Brocaded silk and satin 12.00; wool Serges .1.50 and 5.00. LAUNDERED SHIRT WAISTS. Over 800 new waists now in stock for your selection. Perfect fitting, most approved shapes and select colorings. Wc have them at 50c, 75c, S5C, 1. 00, 1.25 and 1.50, and feel sure that our waists will be found at least 20 per cent, less than any competition and we show you three styles where other houses show you one and wc Guarantee a Fit. NEW SILKS. Hundreds of pieces of new iilks for dresses, skirts and waists. Kaiki wash silks 40c. Jap. wash Taffeta Silks 40c. Corded Pure printed warp Ilabutar silks at 50c, a barwash silks 45c. Fancy Taffetas for waists at 65c, 75c, S5C, 1.25. Printed Chigain, na silks at 35c, 45c, 50c, 65c and 75c, all new patterns and much cheaper than last year. 23-inch BLACK SILKS. silk at 75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.C0 brocaded Taffeta at 75c. Brocaded Satin Duchand 2.00. essc at 85c and 1. 00. Pean Dc Soic, Mascot, Gros Grain, Amurc, Taffeta and other staple black silks 7fc to 2.00. Satin Duchessc for skirts, pure 24-inch CREPONS. Wc have an immense stock of woolen dress goods at every price from 2rc for choice all wool, double width dress up to finest $3 yard, but have space only to mention Crcpons. Wc have the biggest stock of these in Central Kentucky. Every price from 75c to 3.00 a yard. Wc will save you twenty:five to fifty cents yard and every piece is perfect, clear, clean black, not brown or ashy. F. P. Bishop swore out a warrant yes terday charging his cook, Sophia Embry with stealing $2. He says she sot it ont Try Danks for spectacles. of the enme pocket book and the Bame Sek Danks' cut glass imitations. drawer from which the negro Trice stole A nrw line of Ziegler Bros.' shoes just a year ago and was sent to the pen. 9 9 received at Shanks. The public school, Prof. 0. H. HolmiB Oxfords. We were never placed bicyclo for sale principal, nnd Miss Cettie Thurmond Goon second-han- d assistant, closes after a most suc- in a cheap. J. L. Deckelmnn. better position to please you cessful term. Prof Holmes will enter Ziegler shoes, Ziegler shoes, Ziegler Centre College, but Misa Thurmond nt than now. shoes, Ziegler shoes at Shanks'. tue solicitation of the natrons, will con tinue a private Gchool at the public echoil Sek our "brand new" line of men's building. fancy shirts. Severanco A Son. i. Is the price of our "Banner" Oxford Genuine Dongo'a Friday Carson, colored, was tried Seventeen pictures nt Cordiers' gallery Solid Leather, inner, outer, sole and counters. Com.-sens- e Judge Davison Wednesday for breakfor 50c for 10 days at Rowland. ing into James Raines' corn crib and and opera toe, 2li to 8, warranted. Comb and examine our now clothing held over till circuit court in 5100 in our new clothing room. JIughes & bond.. Believing the negro's mind was Tate. out of shape and that there was not in tho case anyway the judge alIs the price of our Henrietta Oxford; all styles toe and Accident. Before taking that trip see much lowed him to go on his own bond. heels. Button, strap and lace, tip and plain. No betKirby and get nn accident ticket. Only ter wearer made. 2oc per day. It began tojain Tuesday night and after pouring down all night and a part A new cook stove on the market, with n tire back, guaranteed for five years, of Wednesday, n regular snow storm set in nnd prevailed with great force till late "The Latest." Higgins & McKinney. $2.50, $2.65 and $3 represent the artistic of shoe makla the evening. It was a genuine equiRkmbmiieii that the Young Ladies' Aid noctial atorm which is supposed to ushing. Tans and black, tip and plain, all sizes, C. D. E. Society of the Christian chur:h will open er in tho spring time. Yesterday was lasts. We can fit your head, your purse and your foot. their exchange opposite the St. Asaph bright and beautiful nnd the signal e Saturday and patronize them. promises moro of the same sort of k Attention. You will And me located weather. over Baughtnans' livery stable, prepared WKdonot like to kick, hut we are to serve you in all lines of insurance. J. forced to raise our heels against the elecU. Kirby. tric light company, because about half Foil Rent. All or any number of the time there is ono or more of the arcs 11 roomB in Craig house on West Main out at night. Wednesday night there street. For particulars, enquire of Dr. were two, tho ones nearest tho Opera " House, and this has harpined e.veral Steele Bailey. Umo3 when there were entertainments Greatly improved for 1S95 and T. 0. Yeaoeh has instructed me to sue there. Tho town pays full price. Let us worthy of consideration. on all Yeager A Yeager accounts not get full value, Supt. Hayden, if you paid before April 1st. Call at my ofllce please. at once and sottlo nnd save costs. W, S The of Stanford are catchBurch. ing it now. Under tho liquor licenso onLincoln County will be entitlod to system the tax on property was never ly seven delegates in the next democrathigher than 37 j cents and ueually only ic convention, which will have 878 25 cents Tl ey at e beautiful and an 01 nament to a parlor. on the J100 were assessed. In Odelegates. Tho men who are nominated lder to meet expenses the council had to will have to get tho voto of 10 of them. go to the limit fixed by the constitution The Centre College Glee Club will vis for towns of tho clasa of Stanford and itpeveral neighboring towns nnd fcivo the tax is now 75 cents on the f 100, makCall and see. entertainments. They will probably go ing Stanford a pretty dear place to live to Lebanon, Stauford, Harrodsburg, Lan- in. Those who have been accustomed to caster nnd Somerset. The boys slug nnd paying f 25 to $50 n year now havo to pay play well, and will no doubt make a suc- $75 to $125 and they aro kicking like Texas broncos. cess of their trips. Advocate. CITYND VIRINiTY. m m m We Want To Sell You to-da- y m $1.00 $1.50 $1.98 in be-fo- rr m m eer-vic- SEVERANCE & SON. m Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. MUM tax-paye- 1 Guarantee Satisfaction HIGGINS & McKINNEY, My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as The story that Mr. James F. Moore goods belonging to was brought knelt at the coffin of hia son, Mack, at a number of merchants here in by yestorday morning's local freight McCoroiacks churcliand prayed that tho with its door broken open and the con Almighty would punish him nnd not tho tents scattered over the car. Kvery box boy for hia sins, is we learn from Mr. Joe and package had been opened, but save Severance, Sr., who conducted the servia few bananas and several boxes of ces absolutely.true. It was a most touchmatches, nothing was missing. ing sight to Bee the old man, unused to bonding his knees and supplicating a Mrs. CokaM. Eves, of Detroit, Mich., throne of grace, and to hear his wretchsupreme commander of tho LaA car containing Neat and Stylish Goods As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince Call in when convenient. one of their doputy Danville, Kentucky. ed confession that his own examplo had ities of the Maccabees, is hero for the caused his son's death. May the blow n Hive of that Orpurpose of organizing prove n turning point in the life of Mr. der. She will commenco her work on Moore, who in a most kind hearted man. c.i.1.. nfinrnnnn nt. 2: SO at Odd Fellows interested in this pop-- l and result In his full reclanntion to wha Hall. All ladies he once was. ular order are inyited to be present. VAILU1E AMB BIIHAOTI' H. J. McROBERTS. u Semi-Weekly B Refreshing A stylish to C. I.. Carter, Hedgevtlle, Ky. 9 Neuralgia and Rheumatism; Born, to Mrs. Annie Durmon.on the Skbd oals for Bale at Farris A Har with disordered, his liver was alfected his anstomach u as to 11th, a fine boy. fell aayandhe was terribly din1 p. appetite rnblisbod Every Tuoadriy and Friday reduced in lie in aud strength, I'hrco bottles 01 STORE ROOMS. M-WS- 0 Wo nee that Woodyard & Cherry AT W. M. Dodd bought a pair of mules Klcctric Hitters cured him. or rent. 1 her are on Main .Sired, in the principal tin Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg. 2 EUC tt YJCATt Mrs. M. J. MILLER, Manford. block. 75 ADVANCE hvo notified the public that they will from D. B. Stagg for $150. running snre oil his leg of eight years' standdisaolve partnership in the roous not to pud 93.50 will be charged." Yeager fc Cooper bought of W. J. ing. Used three bottles of Klcctric Hitters an seven boxes of lluckleu's Arnica Salve and hd A. S. after this month. Carson a harness gelding for $75. Office en Main Strict, Opposite, the leirit toutid and well' tohn Sneaker. Catawbis K. CLOCAL TIME CARD. O., had fitc large fescr sutes on his leg; doctors Mies Minnie Watson went to Kirks-vill- e SUKOKON DENTIST Jerome Turner, 2:15J, will bo in tho said he was incurable. One bottle ol Electric c last Saturday and will spend a ftw B ud at Sherman, Texas, this year. rlc Hitters and one bo II u. klen't Arnica Salve Train leaves Rowland at 7 too a. ra., returning at JfGcoover McKobttts Drug.Storo In the 1 cured him entirely. Sold by A K Penny, y.so p, m, Jwsley lluildlng. weeks in Madison and Garrard counties, M. Hill Bold to James Allen, of J. Stanfartt; visitinR relatives and friends. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tho West End, a buuch of fat butcher Call and extrnlne ny work lielore avirfg tour Bro. A. J. Pike filled bis appoint stuff at 3c. SU.K OF carriage icpalnted. I nm localcil in the only shon No. Train going North 1131pm In town in wlil,li fine work can lie done and will No. 3. 35. Prince Wood Wilkrs, 2:1S, brought ijpm raent at Gileail church in Madison last bo here permanently solicit a share ol your No. 3. " South Homls. 11 51 p m patronage which I will endeavor to merit Ly first 3,(575 at Woodford & Shnnklin's sale in No 6, a m Saturday and Sunday, .which was the Attorney at Law, 3 33 class workmanship and fair troitinrnt ol all. Shop closing of his fourth year's work with Lexington. in Hulldmg on Depot street. QUEEN & CRESCENT.' - The undersigned committee will on 3tu AH K(NLK, Stanford, Ky. Lillard & Cobb bought of Georire thoeo brethren. Ho was elected for an Train pais Junction City at follows: other year and has contracted to preach Holmes, of tbe East End, n bunch of Monday, April 1805, Will at as Executor, Administrator and Assign- No. t South f... No a North : : County Conn i'ay, sell publicly In front of the for that church tho ensuing year. light feeders nt $32. " 3 " la.icara ' 4 " .1.30 p m Special attention given to Settle nenls of Ks. e d or in Stanford Ten Lincoln coun " S " am M.30PIS " 6 -- Last Friday, 15th, Mr. Willie Pike, ...3.15 Mrs. J. M. Leer sold to M. K. Home, ty llonds of thcdciioininntion otJsrocach, besring talcs, as Attorney and Halo and Division of 8 40 p m " " 10 ...6 00 a m itt who lives at Pine Hill, was taken sud- of Georgia a $500 jack. The animal was 6 perofcent Itom dale n and pajaile annuallyj ears slants' Lands. tUDo not Stop s are to mature in Jo day July, the Office on Lancaster St ovcrSupt.,W V. McCla. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. denly ill and Dr. Scarbrough was called shipped by express. Paris News. Willi privilege nurnu ol paving them alter to iv'sofTlce. 90 O M. DAViSON, years. O. O. Carpenter, of the Went End, is in. He soon decided that ho could not ;n s, Offers hit services to tho people ol West I j r . i; u ai m i II PAX li.N, and Casey Counties Full stock of Collins track on his farm. relieve the patient, and then the two building a tnd Caskets always on hand. Committee. D 8. Carpenter, Manager. doctors, Brown, of Mt. Vernon, and Ben- He will handle some fine youngsters. 9 A. O. Robinson it Sou, of this counton, of Brodhead, were summoned and on examination decided that the only ty, Bold to Montie Fox for Goldsmith, 50 CORDIALLY : chance for the boy would bo a surreal extra good export cuttle for July delivThe stockholders ol the Danvi'le & dab To call and examine tny Spring Millinery, which operation. Dr. J. F. Peyton, of Stan- ery at 5c. pike are mjuested to meet . t toe First Na- ( am opening up. I pride myself that It is well, D. 8. Carpenter's Welchmont, by tional llank, in Stanford, on SATURDAY, APR. selected and that It Is bound to please. Having ford, was sent for and he with the above 6, 1893, lor the purpose of decung directors lor bought lor cash and being determined to sell for MARBLE. named doctors met and after due consid- William Welch, only brought $101 at the ensuing cr. J ACR UOtiLEV, cash, can roll at the lowest possible prices. An President. examination will convince you. eration, decided to operate. He had ab- public auction at Somerset. He was a J. KAMNS&CO.. 6 MRS A. A. McKINN'EV. dominal trouble and they found that tho splendid breeder but had been blind for Uuilders from original designs and best mate A MWYE BL.M m appendix was entirely destroyed by ul- a number of years. 'LVBa. aim workmanship I Office j9 Third Slreet, Louisville, Ky. Mr. W. M. Dodd, of West Lincoln, is Absolutely ceration, &c. The boy is still alive at ! srd and VS'crk Shops, Mantpdlier, this writing, but tho chances are all the first to bring a horse advertisement nu carrara, Italy, Long experience; original designs; tatitfact My slock of Millinery and Notions Is kept con to this office this season. He will stand against him. 80 Having decided to?o to farmirg I drslre to set fuaranlerd all of my propert at A cream of tarter baking powMr. Perander Hiatt was in town last his standard and registered Gallon, 120.10, privatelygood, new dwelling of Rowland, consist- stantly complete by weekly purchases and jou ro ms, supplied can alwars find what you want I Invite you to of a 5 der. Highest of all in leavening Monday. Prof. J. F. Watson is back at the low price of $10 to insure a colt. ing water from ths Stanford W.ter Works. The call and insiect. with lot on which the house stands co itslns Mrs. Alva Vanderbilt, the divorced Of an acre and lies lust ouliiJe of the town limits strength. Latest United States filling his old position in Woodyard & MISSLICCIK IIEAZLEV, Stanford, Ky and in Government Food Report. Cherry's store. Bro. Watson makes a wile of Wm. K. Vanderbilt, is a great of Rowland The outhouse are numerous located ...Dealers n. good repair. Alio a new store room 1014U admirer of horses and has just purchased in me lornsoi the crab urcnaril ana "Cut utr good, accommodating salesman. Mrs. pikes. A splendid stand for one desiring to en- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Carter's school is progressing nicely. Dr. IS handsome thoroughbreds. It is the mercantile business Also a vacaut whether or not she will raco ot on Shanks Ave, in Rowland. The aboe 106 Wall Street, New York. Benton went to Pine Hill Monday. Mrs. property tost me (1,13$, cash. will sell Ky. E. Rice, of Mt. Vernon, was here Friday. them. o cash, balance In 6 and I desire to call your atteutloa to the fact that I sovr it for months HARPER'S .PERIODICALS. ra'l on address, am ready toseive you in Hrit ulor in any Tho Times says there were 125 rattle For further informationMILTON,or Rowland, Ky. Mrs. John Walton, of Livingston, was in J II and all stilts. I taka the best fashion Journals! lira Harpir' Magatin One: Year 44 00 Brodhead Tuesday. Young Mr. Kenne on the Georgetown market Monday. A and keetl posted on what ladles should wear. " Pricr reasonable Come in and gue me a trial Harper's Weekly , " 4 00 dy, of Mt. Vernon, has been holding hunch of 000 pound feeders sold at ic. I employ none but first data help " " Harper's Bazar, 4 00 At present I can be found at Mist Came P.IW. GREEN. Proprietor. of S50 or 000 of nights at this plnce a A bunch of Haipet'i oung People'' " residence on Lancaster Mr.i. 10o down the wires Let your Painting, Papering ami Ca'cimining unMISS MARY I) SMITH, Respectfully, per head; a bunch of til you see Helden Hrotnert. We furnish abort while. Mr. J. B. Farmer, our day pounds, at Postage Iree to all subscribers in the United : : : Kentucky. Stanford, Ky. 77 Cm material and fuarantce first class wurk, or no States, Canada and Mexico. operator, has been spending a few days yearlings at $21 20; and a bunch of short money. Address, Sanford, Ky. 101. Address HARPER & BROIHERS. is in the yearlings at $13.10. Horse and mule I am still running Ihlt weJllnown Hotel and 1. O. Uox 939, N. Y. City. in Louisville. Mr. J. W. Tate SPRINl. AND SUMMKR. will continue u gn,c my city this week. A. J. nud Master Ben-ni- e trade dull. ihiIiusi alien-- " as well as the best the market .(lords. B. G. Fox, acting as agent for Hon. Pike went to Pine Hill Tuesday. Something to Beautify the Ladies. Program for fifth Sunday meeting to J. S. Ovreley. of Stanford, sold O. L. Special Attention to the Travol- be held with Brodhead Baptist church Railey, of Midway, a team of handsome Daily openining New Hats, fl wers and laces Jng Public. Office UpStsIrs; First; Dcor East of McRob-3-- 1 We site the assurance to the trade that they will bay horses, five years old, for 300. I. ens' Drug Store March 30 and 31, 1S05: m find In our ts abllthmcut the same etclusisciicss In style of patterns, hats and btnneta and all the S. Tevis bought of Jim Allen, of 10:00 a. m., devotional exerciseo. J"NKS ,K. J T JONM, leading novelties in Millinery for whuh we ale AA 1 by J. II. Al Lincoln, a bunch of S00 pound scrub 10:15, welcome address known throughout the country. I have secured a for theses trimmer bright. cittle at $1S 75. Monday mules brought Thanking you ler past favors, we respect son 11:00, response by J. II. Henry. fully solicit tour patronise heretofore so literally from $59 to $75 and Capt. English said M D DUIIDKKARLaw, Attorney , bvitwed. & J. were $5 to $10 higher than at the Febru11:15, The need of KATE DUDDhRAR, Manager. - O. Carmical, John Hurst and John Cher ary court. Advocate. Ky. ry. Sole proprietors Dean's Illack Diateood Roo Adjournment: To the Democrats of Lincoln County. ainL Kstimaies furmsned for painting Wood. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court 1:30 r. m., devotional exercises. Metal and lion Roofs Satisfaction Guaranteed I am a candidate to represent Lincoln county in House. Collections receit a especial attention 8.5 All roots painted with Dean't Illack Diamond 1:50, Destitution in our bounds, B. S. the next Legislature of Kentucky, subject to the I ami guaranteed for ycart Dealert In be.i citI will go to any place where there are six or tern I umpt and Galvauued Iron rtlUrt. Devault, W. H.Sowder, Rev. Rice, J. H. action of the Democratic party. I stand squarely .For a., I do the work with the more cattle to ehorn. upon the National Democratic platform. Endorse D. S. OARPEiXTER, Albright. Lightnlrg Dehorner Can dehorn any cow In CU. e, Interior Jourm BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Spoclmon Gaaea. Wit , was troubled MAPLE SYRUP, yfe VS. - m Dentist, IT 1 Stanford, Imb-inee- s aiff PRICE, k Posl-Olfi- drug-Ks- t. Cscrriao Fainter. 1 1 Lincoln County Wallaoo Varnoxi, I Staniorcl, Kentucky. Men-.fv- 8th, Conrt-llous- J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER. 9- - W r ln half-mi- le Turnpike Blootion. THE LADIES INVITED MONUMENTS- 1 GRANITE ami FOB, SALE rire TO THI LADIES J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford. no-kno- ed TO THS LADIES. All Kinds of Coal, 1 1 I two-year-ol- DON'T The Myers House, Por-ter- 'a $31-1- 5 lirsi-cla- Stanford, DB. Ii. B. COOK, Stanford, e Ky.f'i to-da- y JLvflfcvw, .to M W. S. BUUCH, at firtl-cla- it JOITESBROS., 1 - Sunday-Schools- Stanford, Kentucky. Tin Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Doh.orn Tovir Cattlo. 1 tr-i- lath, Hot or Cold, to Adjournment. Hair TrimJorClean Shave, go Oook Join Ft. As Farmer's Barber Shop. A. G. Lanbat 6:15, devotional exercises. 7:00, The good effects of Godly living, Rev. S. Oollyer. SUNDAY. eland and Carlisle. Am for James 11. McCrt-ar- y for U. S. Senator and in favor of Free Turn pikes. Respectfully, M. F. North. Hustonville, Ky., Good White iked Oats for ssle. Cattlemen. ROYAL trance ' Company OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, 0.03 a. m , Sunday-schoo- l. 10.00, How to develop the missionary spirit, J. C. Carmical, S. Collyer. 12:00, adjournment. 1:30 r. m., devotional exercises. 1:45, Systematic or Bible giving, A. Pike. J. BARBEE&CASTLEMAJN Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, Y7. A. TBIBBLE, Local A?rot STANFORD. KY .K VOU ARE GOING. mOXlTH. THE WEST, i LOUICVILLt 4 NASHVIIIC R. R. Is the line for you, as its Daily Trains double close connections at Make SaOUISVILLE Aud CINCINNATI For all points. VHKOUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information JOES. KICK. Agent, of Stanford, Ky pead is the Staff of Life" THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. Ballard's OBELISK lour & ftSSg. r iiysi3 " lESsrAlways Reliable. Uk. the LIGHTEST BREAD, SWEETEST CAKES, WHITEST BISCUITS. For Sale by J". : O. : FXiOSwUJITCSa, Dealer in which attaiued maturity. Her progeny barefoot boy, tho wonthor was ondnrti-blwurm. " ludinunpolis Journal. have weighed from 200 to 450 pounds each, and takiug the average at 2o0 Wlirro .'Money Tnlku. pounds would make a total weight of Binkors Look at that shabby milSJ.oUO pouudd. At the price of bogs ou lionaire You can't jntlgo n man by his foot ut the present time, five cents, this dross. 11 tons of hog would be worth $l,12o. Winkors No, but can judgohim by his wife's. Now York Wcokly Carrie Pollard, u Memphis girl. All Out. thought she wanted to be a nun, and Traveler (irqulrf'ig nt famous castle) an institution at Latayeite, luu. Can I seo tlio antiquities today? She has created a sensation by jumping Servnnt I nm afraid not, hir. My t jo fence and escaping lady and hor dnugliter liavo gone to town. Iloufcohold Words. "Oh, George!" "Laaiu, dcaitul, I'm A Tislo With it Moral. "dtop whttre yuu are, George! I'm Mrs. Murphy Yes, Fonuy, I'vohiid a ctu oj tad to sec you, of course, but I fruit stand on this blook for SO.yoars. just will uot have my sleevea rumpled!" Tim liynu If you'd huvo ndverticed, you illicit have owned thubluck by this Bucklln'u Arnica Salve. tiiuo. Boston Globo The best salve the for eu-tt-r- eil of the public is invited 10 the fsit that this Is ihe only Nstionst Hank in Stanford Under the prpvulons of ths National lieu are seCared not only by the Capital slock, butbv the stockholder liability lor aa . o that depositors el V?0"01 T,'u, ,0 ,ne HARNESS Ibis Institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. NUBBLE. Five sworn statements of thecondition of Uit bank s, You will find a good assortment of Haiaesa, Saddles, Ac Have tout repairing done by are mads each yesrto ihe Uulttd State. uea-ra.and lit assets are .laolntdai tlmaa Dr. Cook reports Mrs. Tom Smith our man he understands tilt biitintss, We have a by government agents, thus Securingtuied additiloaa mechanic in our very sick. and perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally ctubllahtd at tht BLACKSMITH SHOP. Dr. Kinnaird presented Jos, Wilmot 1 Deposit Hank of Stanford In ilj8, then s work and satisfactory ned ks Ihe National llank ol Stanford lu iS6t and Will guarantee with a One girl a few days ago. again as the First National Hank ol prices T: our horse thoT Wool buyers are vory p'entifnl from buolord in ibat, has had practicaUy an uninterrupted existence of it years It It better supplied the number that have been in this comnow T '"'"H" for transacting business prompt ty and liberally ihancvsr before In its lotig munity already. aud honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduUncle Sam House quietly and easily ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileOne Way. ted. paespd away Saturday eve and was burSuccess r to Tht Directory ol this llank 11 composed ot "Do you hnvo much tronblo with Kurcttut Reid, Lincoln county ; ied in the old Blackerly grave yard Sun your help, Mrs. Pouguiu?" asked Mrs. S. T. Harris, Llneolu; day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Bro, Arnold Waglum. J II. Collier, Lincoln; conducted an appropriate service at the "Not u bit," said Mrs. Penguin. J. W. Ilaydcn, Stanford; The New "Why, how do you avoid it?" fcnid grave. Many friends attended tho bur S.H. Haughinao,, Lincoln; ial, as Uncle Sim was a good man and Mrs. 'Waglum in astonishment. J. S. Ilocker Stanford; don't keep nny, " said Mrs. PenW A. Trlbble, Stanlordj had uiauy friends. Pneumonia was the guin. Now York Sun. M D. Elmore, Stanford; fatal monster. Ky., T. P. Hill, Stanford. Dr. Herrin reports Jos. Cox very ill Ilia Trouble. K. L. Tanner, Mc Kinney I will carry a general stock of lluildlng Mate-- r Js now lu full operation, and invites the attention with liver complaint. John Faulkner J First Student How is it you pay so ol the builders of Lincoln county to its mater.al, aland by selling ML Vernon ) 0. ilocker, 1'resident; wus with us a days ago, represent- little attention of lato to your porsonnl superior workmanship and low prices Note John J. McRobertt, Cashier; ing a clothing firm in Chicago. He has nppcaranco? Yon should romomber, A. A. McKinney. AssisUnt Cathler. a fine line of samples and his many "Clothes mako tho man." Perleclly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at Will be enamel torrake 1 Lower Prices than hat Socond Student Yes, but I can't find fapei hundred, At low at $1 30 per hundred ever been offered here. would cm I special atfribnds wish him much Biiccess in his n man to mako tho clothes. Fliegeudo rerleclly clear yeuow popia w earner noaming ai tention lo Mrs. Bjttie Spoitiatnore, o travels. It Co per hundred. As low at Ji 30 per hundred Blattor. AlipaUernt and thicknesses ol Ceiling In yellow Buena Vista, is with her Bister, Mrs. Arpine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as Si 35 per OP STANFORD, XV , Good Rcnfton. thur Lane, for a few days. hundred, I'cubl.- - dressed lumber as low as Ja per Mule of O Pn ke ts, the cheapest and best fence isnowfuliy orjtnued'and ready for busineti wita hundrtd. llnutiful ellow pin- - finishing lumber in the market ."What is tho uso of you saying that quarter money by giving us you. W. W. Richardson near Humboldt, yon wish you wero n barefoot hoy again? orders. oak, Ac Save IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. LAM ASIIik PLANING MILL, THE Teuii., owns a now that is 23 years old, You wish nothing of tho sort," L 73 6m . "Indeed I do, though. When I was a 20000. which bus produced 830 pigs in her time Mill work at t'lty Price; D. 2:30, The best method to get parents to J. F. Watson and attend Sunday-schoo- l, W. O. Cable. Adjournment. Sunday night, The evil effects of in-toxicating drink, D. Owens and N. Wilraot. Furniture and Stoves. probably the oldest man in Kentucky, is dead at Big Hill, Madison county, aged Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Strp In and tee a nice hoe ol Rocking Ch.il rs and Furniture. 104 years. Stoves cheaper than ever belore. Livery Stable and U'acksmtth Shop for rent The Spanish warship Reina Regente, missing for nearly a week past, is now known to have sunk near the Straights JAMKS II. EA0ER. GEO. II. COOPER. of Gibraltar. The crew of 120 men was lost. The second trial at Morgaufield of Proprietors of......... Henry Delaney for the murder of Abbie Oliver, whom he had been forced to JLIvcry maxry, resulted in a verdict of not guilSTANFORD, KY. ty. Having bought of P. W. Green hit Lively bus added rew Diamond cutting, which baa been mess aud to furnuh buggies and lionet, we are prepared hitherto an industry confined almost exFIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS clusively to Amsterdam, began in this week. A shipment of 3,200 On thort notice. The traveling public will find to lurnith ut always ready and carats of rough diamonds worth in the mers' scoot, either willing or double, or Drumsingle Cam ages of a I kinds at very LOW PRICES. he neighborhood of $75,000, was received boys and around town will also find us the peoin there yesterday. Old diamond men look- - ple to deal with. Slop with us when in town at and eJ at the shipment with amazement courts wi.l beentertainments and your horse and vu well cared for hide YKAGER & COOPKR a They had never seen Hitch a collection. S; Mcrs House Stable, Manford, Ky. John Vaughn, said to have been Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, decs not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. It Is the only humane way to dehorn Does not punish ihe animal likelhesav, and the wound gets well aa iuick again as that call For further made &c. on by the saw. A. PKi TON',icfcrinatlon, Ky. G. Stanford, Sec the Llghtn'ng Prumag Hook. S. IlAl'GIISUN. 101, THE 1ULEY - HOUSE F. D. HILBY, London. Proprietor, - Kentucky. M J, W. IUl C.IIMAN M.S.&J.W.Baut)hman, rrtorxiKTOKS- - I hv noved to my ntw Hotslnd am b.ttsi repartd than ever to accoramodtte Ihe pulc 8oo4 Livery attached aad tvery cooveaicnc ds. ur.d. Give mt a call. H FRANK RILEY. FIRST NATiPrML BANK Or 1 Yeager & Cooper, audFecd Stable. Caplf Stock. 9200,000 STABLE. ... QI.309 Stanford, - - Kentucky. Surplus..Attention ss E1VERY, FEED & SALE STANFORD, KY. If vou need liverv live ut a call Nothing but first-claturnouts will leave our stable See us for rates. In our J 8H0P liri-dic- Gin-ciuna- ti nt first-clas- TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. A. C. Sine, "I Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Mill, M-- SOME OF OUR PRICES: fob cash: ""'. 5 oircrsr, WIRE and SEAT FENCE Farmers Rank&Trnst Co Surplus, y iUCCFSSOR NewProcessYapor Stoves C23EL Now ,, y ully to UIK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANrORD, closing upl with the same assets and undsi hd same iiuiiagoun.nl. provuions or its chatter, depositors are ai protected as aie depositors in National ir- ?- Wc arc now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experience it has not had a single explosion. We guarantee every stove we put out, take it to your house and show you its simplicity. Rki'UKUN'cks. J. W. Perrin, William Iv T?irv I. f!. Irf!larv. Inhn Mfwl.-inr- l G Waller, H. K. VVcaren, J. W. Wal so" wm jify.A.AAV;-'J'- ! nalet. ii mar acts. truttee, Ac, at fully as tu individual. To those who entrusted their buisuicss id us onai llaua.01 -, J! " ikis icnucrour many lhankt and '4"u,"ue tutrautact lU,. with . atTio-tio.1' "l"inK "Jtuarantee for eiperionce n saino.our Ueaty yeart" banking and at liberal accommodation a, a,e coi. sittuut wuh sound bankine. r.1 lanlctothcestentolthe , .. .ut executor, ...,.u adminittrator, " amount of their ttoci ""!.":."."'" 1 DIKBCTOIti: Genca' m m Merchandise, .rtttiii is ia, as.viituvui. hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, ll positively cures piles, or no pay reputred. It is guaranteed to give pcrlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box For sate bv A R, Pctny, Stanford, Ky woild cuts, bru'ies, in ' res, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-pc. aL&Zgy TraiL'niitif way Willing. Tho woman who is proud of her back hair doos not renniro much uriiins.' to play something ou tho pinna Boston A I lace, J. V. Ramsey, A.. J. harp, W. I McCIary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. J&tf'See the best Stove on earth be-- f ire buying. J J Willi, Venua; . It. Shanks, Stanford; J. S, Owtley, Slanlordj S J. hintiy, Stai.ford; J. H. O atlcy, Sranford; J F. Casi, Stanford; Wl !,! A. W. Csrpenter,Millc'KvllI, tW',,-CinnumJt, UmGoo.h, itaujyfj; .t. ta- -" W. H. Weareu &, Co. 5. H.S hsnks, I resident, fir. J P Pieachtrt r, lie Otr'e-.Caihte- W. M.Br kV, Tel cr