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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895032601 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. lafe 'W Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XX1IJ. FREE TURNPIKE DELUSION. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MARCH 26. 1895. OF A LOCAL NO. 8 NATURE. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Skkd oats fjr unlo at Karris & liar- I trust that thu ood people of Lincoln din's. county, especially tho democracy, will Hichnrtl Cobb, Jr , bought of Jol.11 not bo led eelruy by tho ileniBKOtam of Tucker 25 cattle at J25. tho freo turnpike iluliiulon. It is cert'iin -- Luk, by Abdullah Mambrino, is tho ly n Bolt evident fnct thnt notlilnn In HiIh only maro with five in tho 2;20 liBt. world in absolutely free ixceptthu nir wc Tim i of Maj. John S hreatho. I can vory clearly und readily Clark, in F.tyetto county, contulnlnj,' 100 see that one of the bencllcient results acrep, was Hold to Joo Clark at 1. -- Silk wood, 2:07, puclng, won nine would be tho creation of n placo for boiijo fellow, who Is out of a job, by making heals last year in betler than 2:10. lilm a Buperintondont at r pood H.ilury to A number of fannors in Fujetto look after boiiio other follow, also to bo hive sold their cattle for July delivery paid by taxing an already over burdened at 5u -- W. M. Matheny sold toCapt. It. D. pooplo with a bankiupt treasury. I maintain that it will take nt n very Logan 12 cattle averaging 825 pounds at reasonable, if not a very low eatlmato, f 3S 50. Jerry Caldwell, of Boyle, eold to $150,000 to buy all the pikes in the court, ty and in order to do that there will have Kmbry for Nelson Morris 200 export catto be issued bonda bearing 0 per cent tle for May delivery at 6 35. Cattle aro on tho rise. As high hb intoreat, which would atnoujit to fl,030 per year. Add to this tho expense of 0c have been pnid for best export, July keeping the various roads in repair nnd delivery, In the over tho river countitp. Hujtler lltiwdl, formerly owned by you will have tho very modest Burn of $15,000 to pay and Btlll havo tlio great W. K. McAfee, of this county, will bo in bleraing I?) of having tho debt upon us the stud at Leechburg, Pa., this season. -- Secretary Tipton says that the pnreo to run for n quarter of a century at leant, and all for tho simple glory of having for tbo division of the freo pikes for forelguera to travel at tho Kentucky Futurity this year will bo expenBO of tbo tillers of the soil. They worth 22,0O0. The packinghouse of tho Held Comarc tbo follows that will have thu bill to pany in Kansas City, Kan., was almont pay. And last but not least, the principle is destroyed by flro Sunday niuht, causing wrong, for whoever gets tho bent-li-t ought a loss estimated at ovor $1000,000 Tho Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian is auto and should have to pay for whatever thority for the statement that there ore bo receiveB from Bny and all sources. I was not aware that it was nbsolutoly a great many poaches left in thnt county, necessary to endorse Olovoland and Car- desplta tho reporls to tho contrary. Came to my home about six weekB lisle or McGreary In toto, and also to freo turnpikes In order to bo con- aeo a Southdown buck. Owner can get him by proving property, paying for bis sidered one of the true and tried. Respectfully, keep and this notice. James Messcr, A Stanford VKOM COMPULSION, A F. I). Spotswood, of the Harrods-bur- g DSMOCItAT FROM CHOICE. Democrat, old to Jerry O'Neil, of An exchange wiva that "tho prod Boston, the mare, Moralesi Igal son may return but the prodigal by Kins: Wilkes, for f2,000 She bad a daughter must stay away." Truthfully trial of 2: KM C. W. Williams announces that 10 said. Hut then there is a my great in consistency along this line. Tho liber- out of tho 82 Btaki's for tho Galrshurg tine who wrecks the lij of a pure glil is August meeting filled. The stakes will recognlxrd as a social equal and society's be woith 180,000 and tho horses entered door is thrown wide open to him, while number about S00. While being exercised at tho Lextbo poor deceived girl U made nn outcast and trampled as filth In the itrcet. ington track, Lon Ferguson's valuable ) Ah! Bob Ingersoll, you can not blot out ear old thoroughbred filly, Pirate of boll with rhetoric. Certain crimes have Penzance, ran Into a fence and whs so nude bell a necessity and future punlsb-me- badly injured she had to be shot. a certainty. No less than 111 stallions, 11 years old and under, are represented in the hatever Mre. Scribbler (impressively) standard lisle, which is sufficient proof you do, never, never marry a newsof the fact that breeders of tho harness paper man. horse are making phenomenal advances. School Chum Why not? Col. McDowell, Commissioner of Every "I married one, and I know. Agriculture, has ordered 500 buBbela of night my husband brings homo a bun- corn from an Indiana grower whose samdle of newspapers from all over tho ple of whito "prolific field" Col. McDowcountry, and they 'most drive me crazy." ell saw and admired at the World's Fair. "The newspapers?" -- Col. Taylor offers to match Joo "Indeed tbey do. Thoj are Just cram- Patchen in six races for six consecutive med with tho most astonishing bargains weeks, beginning at Detroit July 23. Ho away." in stores a thousand miles bars nothing, and says he prefers Kobert J. and John H Gentry as bis competiLakcabtku IUcoun. Mr. Llndsey Gul-le- tors. ol McCreary, is dead, of pneumonia, J. W. Givens has returned from Lexaged (W. Ho was one of Garrard coun- ington, Miss., where it took hitn DO days ty's most prominent farmers and was re- to disposo of CO mules and horses at low-o- r spected Vy all who know him. A wife prices than be has known for 30 years. and several grown children survive him. Tbo country was flooded with stock of all The grand jury ouly returned 12 Indict kinds and the supply was far in access of monts, two were for murder, ono for tbo demnnds. horse stealing nnd tho balance for misdeTho tobacco market is remarkably meanors. S. II Bruce has bought sever active and strong. It. A. Calloway, of of corn on track, at $2. a' Nicholas county, sold fivo hogsheads Friday in Louisville, at an average of An exchange tells of a society that $20.30, the best bringing $22.50 a hunwas of few days and full of trouble-Fortdred. This is the highest price yet reladles up In Illinois orgaulzed ceived (or an 1804 crop hogshead. themselves Into a society for fho supChicago market is strong, best cattle Belling at f 0.35, one year ago best cattlo pression of gossip. Tho penalty of by n jiembor was expulsion from sold at $4 05; best Texas fed cattle $5, tho society. Tbo organization lnated less one year ago 3 50; best yearling sheep than a month, all the members having 5 50, ono year ago $ 25; park for May been expelled except ono, and she wee delivery S12.12, ono year ago 111.15. Every thing in tho meat line looks more deaf and dumb. encouraging than a year ago. A process has been invented to disJ. A. Cohen shipped this week to till brandy out of wet elmwood sawdust, Col. N. F. Withorspoon, of Lawrence-burg- , t, Howard and Brico Davis, on tho d a of slop hogs, averaging wants to know what sort of a 120 lbs, that wero bought at $3.25. He chance tho Kansas prohibition law has shipped a car of 150 pound hogs to D. L. when a mnu can go out with a ripsaw Moore's distillery in Auderson county and get drunk on a fence rail. Motine for which bo paid $3 40. Corn sold at (III.) Kepubllcnn. Schooler's at $2.55. Woodford Sun. Monmouth Park race track and "I was intoxicated yesterday, but it will never occur again while I'm In your grounds were. Bold to satisfy a mortgago. Judge A. O. Mouson and A. J. Cassatt, employ." "Certainly not. I accept your resigna- representing the bondholders of tho association, bought It for $50,000; 690 acres, tion this minute." including tbo tracks and grand stand. To the Democrats of Lincoln County. The hotel and 20 acres of property were I am a candidate to represent Lincoln county in sold for $10,000. Tho hotel C03t $110,000 the neit I.eeill"'e of Kentucky, subject to the in 1801. "J squarely action of the Democratic partr. Anderson & Spillman bought this upon the National Pemoerattc platform. Endorse week 2,500 bushels of wheat from Spill-ma- n Am for James II. McCreCleveland and Carlisle. Bros., and 500 bushels from Wm. . S. Senator ami In latnrof Free Turnary Respectfully, Yeager at 55 cents. They have bud sevpikes. M. F. North. eral offers of tho growing crop at 50 cents but say they cannot bbo their way clear Ducklln'a Arnica Salvo. The best saUe in the woild for cuts, bruMes, to pay that price for it. They are paysores, ulcers, salt rheum, feer fores, tetter, chap- ing $2.25 for corn delivered at their millped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, no pay repuired. It is It positively cures piles, or satisfaction or money Advocate. pertect Eiuranteed to give When other stallion owners decide refunded, l'nce aj cents per box For sale by A. R. I'enny. Stanford, Ky. not to atand their horses, thon is the a m time to stand yours. Owners of brood A HouBohold Troaauro. n W. Fuller, ol Canajohatie, N, V., sayaIn that mares can't afford to feed them year at Discovery the he always keeys Dr. Kins' New uo iuwi u, u ter year without getting somo revenue. house aud hia family wouiu noi procurable. O. A. Dykcman DruKHist, Calskill, A good many will breed this year and if is N. Y., saya that Dr. King's New Discovery uas you make the season with your horse " yeaw. ......... undoubtedly me ue vauKu and It hit in his iud itfailed tolamily for eijht you will catch them. Stand your horse is claimed for It. Wl ao all that leve. Z?J. not try a rimeuy so ion inw and let the people know it through these bottle W at A. R. Pennv'a Dru Store. Regu columns. lar site foc.and 81.00. Tithe Editor ol the Interior Journal. - Willis G. Padgett, of Pleasant Point, has been granted a pension. Btock-furn- 1 1 three-year-ol- d The Uegistor says there are 31 prisoners in tho Mndiaon county jail. John H. Catron, formerly Sheriff of Knox county, is beitig eued for $11,005, four years' ba.jk tuxes. James Snyder, of Woodbine, Whitley county, wljile engaged in conversation with friends, full dead from his chair. Deputy Revenue Collector Taylor was shot and robbed of 1210 and a valuable watch in Wk Valley, Whitley conn ty. Tho sheriff and n posse are searching the surrounding country for the assailant. The Now 'York it Kentucky Lint! Co. lost its suit at Manchester for 200,800 acres of laud in Clay county, known as tho Chever grant. It eued to dispossess tho Mjuatleis and if the decision ia af firmed it will lose hnlf n million of dollars. Tho term of the present postmaster nt Richmond expires on the 18th of April and the fiht for the succession is en in earnest. J B. Willis, who hold uuder Cleveland beforn and It. O. Stockton are the applicants. Gov. McCrenry Is said to favor the former. "DEATH'S DtJINCS. Katie, only daughter of Henry Sand ifer, cashier of the Boyle National Bank, to K five-year-o- ld 2-- ut -W- died at D.iuvil'e, Sunday. Mr. John M. Hail received nows of the death of his cousin, Mr. Wesley Hail, at Somerset Saturday. Mr. Hail was born In 1S10 aud was a charter member of tne first Masonic lodge at Somerset. Miss Virginia, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Han kins, died at Corbin, Thursday, and her body was brought on Friday's train for interment nt Huston ville. Shu was just budding into beautiful womanhood, when typhoid fever claimed her as its victim, and cained her to go into cjnsu uplion and thence into the valley of death. Her parents are inconsolable over her loss and in their sorrow their friends in Lincoln county sincerely join. Mrs. Mary Steele Shelby, wife of Col. Isaac Shelby, died at their Imnd aonio home, "Arcadia," in this couuty Friday and was buried at Danville Sunday after an imprefsivo servico by the Kpiscapal minister of whoso church she bad long been a devout member. was a native of Chicago where Col. Shelby met aud wooed and won bor and was highly accomplished and wealthy. She uiHile him a true wife and bore him 13 children, nearly all of whom are living, and to wtiom end tbo sorrowing husband we extend sympathy and condolence in this verv dark hour. inati-tuto- d Mrs-Shelb- Dr. Wm. O. Young was announced to preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday, but could not fill tbo appoint Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Ho will preach here Sunday ment. week, certain. The en tertainment that was announced for at thu Methodist church Iihs been postponed, as eovernl Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. of tho young folks who were to take part havo thu mumps. Circuit court was in session all of last week, but no business of public interest was transacted. Tho trial of Woods for killing Martin will be called at the conclusion of tho Reddick case. And must sell the goods. Give us a call. Messrs Homer Batson and Frank came over from Lexington Sunday and spent the day with friends and relatives Mis-t- s Laura Smith and Fannie Shugars are in the cities buying Spring millinery for Miss Sallle Tillett. The meeting which has been in progress at the Methodist church for the pa&t six weeks, closed Saturday night. It is claimed that about 150 persons have been "sanctified" during that time. Rey. Helm filled tho Presbyterian pulpit Sunday morning, at which time several persons wero received into that ch'urrh. The trial of Henry Reddick, charged To Miss Our Fourth Great Spring Opening, with burning the Miller Hotel, came up Friday. The regular jurors were examined, but none were competent, and the Beginning March 26th and continuing for two weeks. There has not been nor will there be sheriff was ordered to summon 100 men to appear this morning, when the jury will doubtless be obtained. Public opin. ion as to tho guilt of Reddick is divided nnd the trial will be watched with much interest. Mr. II. O. Sutton, ono of Garrard county's most prominent and prosperous Of Dress Goods, Silk for Shirt Waists, White Goods, Embroideries, f iriners, died at his home near town Sat tuday night. He bad been sick for Laces, Wash Dress Goods, Trimmings, Capes, Percale Waists, HosOur new Clothing departabout ten days with catarrhal pneumon- iery, Gloves, &c, in the city of Stanford. ia. Mr. Sutton was widely known for ment is simply unsurpassed in style of cut, neatness cf pattern, qualhis honest dealincs and kind hearted-nos- s ity of trimmings and perfection of fit. Don't do yourself the injustice and will be greatly missed. After s rvices at the Baptist church this morn- not to come and see the styles and prices and don't forget our "Pering, the remains will be interred in tho fection" Shoes, our J. B. and P. D. Corsets, our Lace Curtains, Lancaster Cemetery. &c; Don't do yourself the injustice not Quilts, Furniture, Undertaking, Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. We Beat in Low Prices WITHERS & HOOKER. Ash-bro- ok You Caul Afford SUCH A DISPLAY Por-tierre- s, Bed-spread- s, CRAB ORCHARD. to call on us. y r, car-loa- ds Inspector of Mines Norwood's annual report shows the following: Tho output of commercial coal for 1801 amounted to 2,955,670 tons, which compared with the production for 1S93 shows a reduction of 3lt),5S0 tons. The total value at the mines of tbo bituminous tonnage sold was 2,351,520 77, muking the average value per ton 84 OS cents. Tho aver ngo number of persons employed at the mines wbb 8,032. While other catiB-e- s to reduce production, tho decrease Mr. Norwood Bays was princi pally due to the strike. The Lexington very frankly confesses that it was impoeed upon by the parties upon whose alleged information was based a letter to the paper from Frankfort, published somo tin e ago, exploiting a supposed discovery of Borne bidden history in regard to tho Tato defalcation., Tho first Great Tent of Maccabees of Kentucky will bold a meeting in Lexington on Thurpday next, March 28, for organization, aud there will be a number of Supreme Tent officers present. Free coinage means that a man who owns a silver mine may tako his pure silver, now worth ouly HI cents per ounce, and make tho Government pay him $1.29 per ounce for it. The combination sale of trotters and tborougbbeds closed at Lexington, after DurGO bead bad been sold for $5,820. ing the sale- 270 head were disposed of for a little over $50,000 Drouths and locusts in Eastern Africa havo reducod tho natives to starvation, and many aro selling thomsolvea and their children into slavery to obtain Press-Transcript - Rev. Young, of Lexington, preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and night and Rev. It B. Mahony at the Baptist. Mrs. Kitty King and Miss Bettie Higgins have returned from Louisville where tbey havo spent soveral days purchasing their spring millinery and are now ready to accommodate their customers with the latest styles and lowest prices. Miss Hattie Henry, of Lancaster, spent Saturday with the family of Mr. Beazley. Mrs. Ireno Burke, of Shelby City, is visiting ber parents, Capt. and Mrs. Dillon. After a lengthy visit to Danville, Miss Salliu Green has returned home. Mr. John R. Brooks and bis lovely wife, of Harrodsburg, have been the pleasant guests of their mother and sis ter, for several days. Mr. Brooks has a host of friends at this place, who extend best wishes for a smooth and pleasant voyage on life's uneven sea. Dr. W. J. Edmiston has returned from the Louisville Medical University with a full grown sheep skin nnd he is now prepared to minister to the ills of humanity. Miss Mollio and Mr. Will s wedBrooks attended the ding at Harrodaburg last week. Brooks-Grime- HUGHES & TATE. FLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. Have just received a full line of Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows 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. And REPAIRS. W. E. PERKINS, Cral. Orchard. James Frye, HUSTON VIXL.E, KY, A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth $$. Black cape Mcintosh 53-7worth 55.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 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 , worth 55 to 515. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for 5.2.50 to 55. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. 5 y gos-Blppl- I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imBahgain. My brick dwell- possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming ing at Krieger, Lincoln county. Barn, tomy store,and not finding them as I represent them. All of these stable, well, etc. Lot contains 22 and goods will arrive in the next few days. half acres. F. Kriegnr, ML Vernon, MT- - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE six-roo- m COUNTY. Ky. 4t. 1 Cou-ran- car-loa- Justice Brewer's decision that a pension is not a vested right but solely at the discretion of Congress, which might increase, diminish or even revoke it at will, will knock the sails out of much repub lican campaign oratory. Albert Wright, a Scott county farmer, wob shot at Ma own door Friday night. Bloodhounds and a posse are searching for tbo murderer, and if found he will be lynched. OLOTIHCirfcTGi- 57-50- I 1 -- lor-U- in and I know I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them that 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 and Crescent Route will make rate one check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for fare for round trip. Chas. W. Zall, D. half price Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They P. A., Cincinnati, O. W. A. Beckler, food. Chicago, 111. are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. N. P. A., Ill Adams St. Tho American Jewess, the first W. W. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for5.5 O. A. Balrd, T. P. A , Detroit. American magazine to appeal particular"Th sequel Buy and sell for Cash.tea Dunnavant, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. O. worth 53. ly to Hebrew women, will commence Rinearson, O. P. A., Cincinnati, O. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. publication in Chicago next week with Erwomn Lkaciuers. Send Btarap for official book "Historic Chattanooga," containing full particulars International Convention of Epworth Leaguers, at Chattanooga next June. Tho Queen i IDIRESS OOOIDS ! great variety of style and quality Woolen dress goods il - .... an April number. Lycurgus Dal ton, of Bedford, Ind., for five years postmaster of the House of Representatives at Washington, died of bronchitis. Ferguson's valuable filly, Pirate of Penzance, ran into a fence at Lexington and was badly injured. She had to be shot. Judge Baker, of Indianapolis, holds that a trust is uulawful and has no right to sue or ask for protection. The Florida freeze is giving Mexico a chanco to place its oranges in the markets of the United States. n Beuedictus Bamberg, a wholesale milliner of Now York, was excused from a jury recently. He said to tbeijudge: "Your honor, I sat on a box of matches the other day, and the matches took fire. It is absolutely impossible for me to Bit on the jury or anywhere else, no matter how tired I am." well-know- 9 Father "He says that he loves you, but can he support you in the style that you have been accustomed to?" Daughter "Eyen better, father, dear, if you will furnish the money; that is all that discourages him." Chicago Inter-Ocean. Is Keceirinf His V SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. "T r"--- r tyqff- Tr' nm " irw &MI-WEEKL- Y lNTERlORJOURKM. 2G, 1895 Stanford, Ka, - Mabcii VV. P. WALTON. K Loufavillo Critic, like tho Intkh. ior Journal, haa a very hijjh regard for Col W. 0. BrnJley personally, while having no lovo (or him politically. Some people can not understand this and the Critic man baa been called to task for it. Its responso eo fully covers our feelings with regard to the colonel, that wo partially appropriate it. Like the Critic we Lope our paper has passed that period in its career when the mere fact that a man is a member of the opposite party should put bira boyond the pale of decent treat- ment. The colonel haa all the qualities that go to mako up a lovablo man. He bas talent, ho has good nature, be has brightness, be has courage, be knows bis friends and makes sacrifices for them; ho bas many qualities of bead and heart that commend him to noyer ending con sideratlons. He is the foremost republican in the South, ono of bis party's best defenders, a loyal, courageous, honorable antagonist. As a politician, who fights bia battles in the open and asks no quarter, as a private citizen who lores bis State and her people and aa an Individ ml, he knowa what means, with all the wit and wisdom and fine feeling that tho term implies and Col, Bradley la entitled to tho fair treatment and due consideration we shall always accord him. good-fellowsh- ip tub Tiik Blue Grass Blade man calls on bis friends to help him or he will perish, lie sas ho line uiflde over all bia property to bia wife and children and tho only nay bo has to keep bis paper afloat Is upon it3 own merits, a rather doubtful proposition for subsistence, we will remark parenthetically. Ho brjs ho bas lost in tho last three yeara on it 1,000 in cold cash, besides being put in jail several times and otherwise persecuted. To an outsider there would appear to be no crying need for such a sacrifice, but Editor Moore thinks ho is tho man with a mission and is not built tho way of men who give up for such small obeta cles as be has encountered. and a commissary attached, and so try to capture a nomination. No; Mr. Jacobs could not be induced toentor. But, on the other hand, as a good citizen and a loyal democrat, Mr. Jacobs could not refuso to respond to a call from bis party to lead it in a great contest with the enemy. The thing for mon to do, who think of Mr. Jacobs as tho editor of the I.N7 Biuoit JounsAi. does, is to insist on tho party naming its strongest man, and then without asking bia consent, but taking it for granted, electing him Governor. Keep up thn discussion of this subject and mako plain to Mr. Jacobs that ho is "called" to be Governor of Kentucky. MATRrMQNIAUrlATTERS. stock yards, when such stock Stuart It. the Southern, Knott shows bo ia a hand and n half with a pen, aa well as in tho management of railroads. lie presents in a convincing way the many iuconsistenrea in the opinion of tho railroad commissioners and strenuously contends that the L. k X is not bound to switch for Tbero ia not only a great deal of demagogy, but very much humbuggery in railroad commissions in general and Kentucky's complement especially. Vice-Preside- nt oth-erroad- s. NEWSY NOTES. In an article fully Btaumi tho company's side in tho controversy about the Twenty thousand bales of cotton switching of live stock to the Bourbon went up in smoke at Now Orleans. comes off Tiik F. F. V'a are somewhat aghast that their governor of the beloved Old Dominion should have entertained a couple of negroes at luncheon at tho executive mansion. A Legislative committee from Massachusetts was invited by Gov. O'Ferrall to partake of his hospitality, not knowing that it contained a negro member and an additional local negro Ho was astounded when he eaw the layout, but it was too late to remonstrate and be made the best of what be regarda a very dishonest transaction, and raised no objection. They were the first negroes who ever crossed their legs under a Virginia governoi'a mahogany and they never would have bad the honor, if tho governor bad not been imposed upon. The Virginia people love the negro and would do most anything for him, but submit to social equality. They are not built that way. Tub living statuary craze baa gotten a decided black eyo in New York. It bas been going from bad to worse till decency could not be further outraged, and a manager and bis "models" have had tho doors of the jail opened to receive them. The women claim to have bad on gauze tights, but they wore not observable to tho naked eve and to all intents and purposes they appeared like mother Eve in the Garden of Eden with never n lis; leaf in sight. It ia high time that tho law was invoked and its penal ties meted out to such violators of decency. I days in Congress to fill a vacancy, writes to the es. Winchester Democrat: "I have consumE. F. Coffin, a Texas telegraph op ed no whisky, played no cards, wasted no erator, has fallen heir to of time, and, in fact, have done nothing his dead uuclu'a $10,000,000 estate in that I would be ashamed to tell my wife Iirfzil. California's legislature haa prohibit and children when I come home." Was ed the sale of "the handmaid of paresis there ever such an exhibition of virtue? means so much more than The judge is too good for this wicked and the bridn of comsumption" tho world. Heaven is bia home and he ought cirgarette. 'you imagine serious and i Phil Heiley, who bad killed six men to be tranalated at once, before the evi lata! diseases result from in cold blood, was shot to death at Santa days come. 'trifling-ailmentneglected. Fe, N. M., by a man who objected to . . j Don t play with Nature s 1 What a hollow mockery is life and Helley'a visits to his daughter. how empty a bubble ia fame We were The Cuban revolutionists will wait f greatest gift health. especially reminded of this and the gen until June befure beginning operation?, If you are feeling out of torts, weak The president is beginning to know eral vanities of life on seeing the Couri- bolieving yellow fever will kill many of and centrally exhow to reward bis friends. Hon. W. M, er Journal attempt to compliment us and the unacclimated Spanish troops. hausted, ncrous, have no nppetite Springer, of Illinois, who was faithful in then get our name wrong. The next Secretary Carlislo has ended the and can't uork, begin at once tak his support of the administration while time we have occasion to speak of the contest for tho office of Supervising ing the most rella- - J in Congress, bas been given a U. S editor of that great daily we shall call Architect by appointing William M. Aitie strengthening 1 I meuicine.wmcnii j ' I 1 1 11 1 judgeship in the Indian Territory, his him Charley Watterson or something ken, of Cincinnati, to fill tbo vacancy. Drown"! Iron ters. A lew bot. constituency having retired him. Buck elso justas bad. George Chapman, of Chicago, a reties cure benefit Kilgore, of Texas, the man who kicked comes from the turned Liberian missionary, bbjb the neAlong with the statement that a pro- groes emigrating to err first dose it diwn the door of the hall of the House that country will not nvM'l nam your M titk, ami ol Representatives, when Czar Reed or- cess has been invented by which a fair bo able to stand the climate and the Afficuaui iu late. dered it locked, gets the other judgeship article of whisky can be made out of saw rican fever. dust, cornea another saying that artificial in the same territory. The L. A N. will not take tho separMjntgomery, of Kentucky, who thought cotton possessing all the qualities of the ate coach law to tho supreme court, aa Kidncv and Avr-Dvsricnsla. natural hi had a cinch on one of these places, wood product can be made out of Judgo Barr's decision dors not n fleet it Neuralgia, pulp. At this rate wo will eoon be so far aa commerce ineido of a State is Troubles, hope springs eternal in bis git left, but Constipation, Dad Blood i breast that other lightning may Btrike able to go into tho woods and get ail we concerned. need to drink and wear with little or no malaria, Nervous nllmcnts stateeman Robprt G. IngerEol saja that tie him, now that he is a Women's complaints. effort. presidential nomination in JSflO will go out of a job. Oct only tl genuine It liacrrmed red lines on the wrapper. AM others air tub- The Louisville Post, which ia a power to an advocate of free silver and that no Tuehk are wars and rumors of wars, stltutes On receipt of two jc atarnixuc in politics, has declared against Mr. candidate nominated en a single ieeue will send set of Ten Beautiful World's but the end ia not yet. In a three days Blackburn's ulr Views and book free return to the Senate on ac cau hope to be successful. BROWH CHEMICAL. CO. DALT1MORE. MO. battle between government troops and Dr. T. O. Barkloy died from bloot count of his free silver coinage views. Slfti .iT,A. revolutionists at Lima, Peru, more than Now let it put its iuflaence for Gov. Mc- - poisoning, at Chattanooga. Several yeara 1,000 men were killed and an armiBtice Oreary and help ua to elect a Senator, Hgo bo cut his hand while dissecting at a was only declared to permit each eido to who is more thoroughly equipped for real .Meuica. uoiifgo ana nau ueen troubled j OK DIADFr , bury its dead. Minister James A." ' service of the country than any man in with the wound over since. sent the report to the Stato who fflMH 5? PYTHIAS OF Department saya that the Unitod States the State. 11111 4Ut ntm OlIUbA KtJ ilmUIUi 1IJU Legation was expo3od to the firo and The habit of carrying concealed wea- bolt ran down tho chimney, instantly j wv i m li.uce, A.o."iiuifin.n. w ii Weat. Mra McKenzie narrowly escaped being pons is bo contagious in tho vicinity of killing bis wifo and his ?it,jno wiu. Bon1tV,:,ncr,.,uJ, Owilcy, jr . and olher. do A"'. E C Walton j Bhot. Diplomats and tho Papal Nuncio Lexington that tho fish have gotten to hereby aociate and Iwcoine lucurnoralo and crn. and causing him to lose Ilia Bight. forced the formation of a Provisional carrying them. A big salmon was caught Three masked robbers secured $600 aic oursriro, uur jmociiici anil luccettort a txxjy corporate with of Government, aud the revolution is at an there tho other day which is said to have from Merritt Childs and wife, an aged sue aoil b tiled power andpprpclual jucccmioii, to l Impleaded, contract plfl with, hare a end. had a full siz?d pistol hid away in its couple living near Palmer's Mill, N. Y , and be contractedor pintndtothe tame corporate ml, and make, alter at pieaiurc. stomach. The Biory is decidedly fishy, by holding their feet on a red hot stovo Ihe namtiot thn corporation shall be Diadem Lodge No. 8, KnighUof i'yihiat of Kentucky, Another complication has arisen with but it is telegraphed from thero as absoand it principal place of bniincii thai! be Stantill they told where tbo money was. a foreign power, this time with France. lutely true. ford, Lincoln county, Kentucky in hu.inma Petor MayB, who waa lucky to get a shall be the pxercneof tuch Mendthiii, Ik ne voEx-S. ,ConBul Waller, colored, has and Charity at It provided Tor In the decprison sentence instead of the Ilia galiows lenti of the principles of ine Order of Knirhta laration Courier-Journa- l bsen sentenced by French court marshal will be bf I'ytliMi. in Madagascar to 20 years imprisonment edited entirely by ladies, who will also for murdering W. Ii. Ljle, was hurried It ihall brm front this day and thai! continue at it fie standing for corresponding with the Hovas, a hos get tho entire gross receipts of it, Mr. from tiie Hopkinsyillo j.til to the IvJtly twenty crodvoari, or aa lonj; Ordtr hat levrn mem the of Knichtt of birt in government. The State Hahleman having generously given the viilo prison to forestall a threatened l'ythiatot Kentucky in tile people to the mob. No capital tUiCk it reunited to commence it department ia investigating the matter office over to thorn for a day. Tho monbuilnrtsand its capital nock thcrcaltcr shall be Tbo Mississippi river bank at Ittaccumu'ation oi retenurt and any contribuand if the grounds are as slight as repor ey is to go to a worthy local charity. It Ark.,'in front of tho govornmant tion which may I e made to it and the. accumulated will enter an energetic protest against is predicted that the issue will bo the warehouse, began caving in Sunday, car- ted profits of same, and such stocks or lumls shall from time to time as auch arbitrary action. The French bavo best ever sent out from 1th and Green. rying a portion of tho warehouse and be invested of the corporation. may be directed by rrtoluticn In officers shall be the Chancellor Comrrandtr, and it is to be always been our friends several engines into tho river. One ne Vice Chancellor, 1'ielate and Mister at Ann, There are 13 convicts in the Kentucky gro waa drowned. hoped that nothing will disturb the rewho shall be elected at th last moetinc in May and November, and tho Keeper lations bo pleasantly begun by La Fay- penitentiary who draw from S4 to $20 per uiarence KoDtnson lias neen con of Hecotds aud Seals, Muterof Finance and month penaion. We'll wager that not a Exchcijuir, who shall ette. victed of murder in the second degreo at by ballot iu the last meeting be elected anrjiily In Novembfr, and single ona of the beneficiaries are entit such other officer! as are provided for bv the ConGov. Bunu, of California, was the only led to the bounty of the government. At Buffalo, and his wife, Sadie, of man stitution of Subordinate Lodges ot the Order cf ot Kenlvcky. democrat elected to a governorship, in any rate a conviction of a felony ought slaughter, for the killing of Montgomery Knights cf lMhws corporation shall never any The debt of the at Gibbs. Ono gets life imprisonment and time exceed two thousand rite liuidred dullart. the political cyclone, which swept the to exclude them from further benefitp. of its indiuidual metnbirs shall anil the property tho other 20 years. country last fall, and he is proving tint not be liable for its corporate debit As Li Hung Chang waa leaving a The acts of this corp .ration shal be valid only of the right stamp, and that be is a he is Richard Vaux is dead at Philadelphia. when In writing, siRticd by the Cln cellor of men and a'that. He has appoint Besides sorving a term in Congress, Mr. confereuco of tho peace commissioners aud the Keeper oi Hrc.idt and Seals, man with Its corporate seal attached ed a lady to be bia private secretary, the Vaux bas a greater claim to fame. lie at Sbimonoseki, Japan, Sunday, ho was Given under our hnd this Tth day of March. .. ' i m t.n...-imrun, first woman to be bo appointed, and in once danced a set with Queen Victoria, a shot and wounded by a young Japanese I3BJ. A C. Ill KrMAN', opened up another ave- distinction no other American could assassin whose patriotism had becomo a W 11 doing bo be bas EARKN, XV r SIIKKIDVN, little fanatical. Tho wound is in tho nue for tho new woman to mako a living. assort. JOE F. WAThRS, face and is not serious. J NO S WELLS.C.C , K C. WALIOV, An Indiana man killed himself because It. L. & W. J. Bhown, wbo have matlo J S OWSLHY. JR.. A good crowd attended Lancaster 1 F bE D. WEAKEN, K K. S. theSomerset Itoporter a bripbt and newty ho failed of election to the Legislature. Stite of Kentucky. sbeet foi several uioatbe, have retired It would be more according to tho eter- court yesterday and thero were probably County of Lincoln, Set. I, Js, K. C'.unmmi, Clerk of the LInco'n Ccuoty from tbe up bill buBineBs of running a nal fitness of things, if all those who 100 cattle on tho market. There was Court, do some uomauu ana most ol them corporationcerllly thalthe foregoing aMiclri ol In. and left for more re- were elected would commit folo de se. paper in Somerset wcte, on tne 15th day or March, 1S95. changed bnnJs. Export cattle weru en acknowledged before me by I, M P.ruco, A. G munerative fields. Mr. V. C. OjrenB, an Huffman, Joe F Waters, W. I Wearen, K C Tub Louisville Post says that tho more gaged at 5 ceuts for July delivery; 1)00 Walton and John S Wells to be the r ret and old newspaper man, will take charge of and the same was the people think about tbe suggestion of pound cattle brought 3 40; 000 pounders deedltth day of March, again a'knowldteil on the paper and here's wishing him bright Judgo the i8jj, by W. K. Slitr-dR. P. Jacobs, of Danville, for gov- 3c and butcher stun" 21 to 2Jc. There to be his act and etd be ore J. II. llnrton my of skies, pleasant sailing and dead oodles depuiy, atshoun by his endorsement thereon in ernor, the better they like it, and com- was no demand for horses or mules. fiRuret and words at foliowt, to wit. "March 16, money. iyS, menting on an article in the last issue of The Louisvillo Driving and Fair As- to be acknowledged before mel by W. V Sheridan his act and deed Cummins, is flooded with this paper with refcrenco to it, says: sociation will havo tbo fastest track in byj II llnrton, I). C ' Jas thsamo nsClirk, postmaster-genera- l Tiik And again tbit day acknowleigcd before mc by I, 8. O.tjIct, This is tho man tho democratic party tho world, Is the avowed conviction of to be his act and deed, nud lodged for applications for now ofliefs to bo named record Mr. Seth whereupon I havo recorded the same and this cer"Irilby." Ohio is the first to get one and needs; this is tho man tho State needs. that eminent tificate in my otllce the girl with tbe prettiest foot in tbo To "enter politics" has come to mean to Grifiin, of Joilet, III., who has tho work Witness lav hand this 18th day ol Merch igne JAS F CUMMINS, Clerk, organize your forces, with a paymaster J iu hand. place was selected for postmaster. llyj H.llutt u, O. C SO one-fourth Judos Blckner, who served A counterfeit fivo dollar bill on tho National Bank of Lexington has been dotected. Win. Ueitzor, a convict in tho Ohio penitentiary, became ineano the day bo foro bia term expired. 0. H.Schwier, a prominent busiuefa man of Indianapolis, cut bia throat while delirious with the grip. After passing a bill to grant suffrage to women, tho California Legis'aturo re considered and tabled it. Five Missouri murderers, to .have been hanged Friday, wero respited by the Governor until April 20. Senator Morgan, of Alabama, thinks Congress should provide for tho transportation of negroes to Africa. Mrs. Ohristio Washington, aged 110, has just died at Somerville, N. J. Tho The lo-- of life by the eiplosiou at youngest of her children ia 73. the Rd Canon. Wyo, mine is now Reports from the South indicate that known to b 00. Of these the bodies of 33 are yet in the. mine. the tide of immigration from the North aud West has only just begun. One girl was fatally and three others slightly hurt by jumping from the windows of a burning building in Chicago. AJChattanooga leading physician has created a sensation by curing tho victim of a mad dog's bite by hypnotic iutluenc There tiro 10,000,000 matried couplia Frnc, and '20 per rent of them have no children. A pritty young lady of this icJnity informs an I. J man that in tho merry month of Juno sho will become a wife. Tho proepectivo groom does not live hero. The person sending tho first cor rect gueai at the young lad) 'a unmo will bo entitled to fo in gold. Prof Clarence K. Crawford, of tl o Danville Theological Seminary, and Miea Pattio Green, daughter of Mr. Thomas M. Green, weio married nt the Second Preshjttuitui church ThuredHy, by Dr. Yerkea assisted by Pasident Young. The groom wa a eliminate of W. A. Tnbble Esq , of this nlnce, who ought to emulate his frioini's Pleaeo explain, Col Walton. Tho Danville Advocate informs us that no ono iiaa been aullio.izod to mako any announcement of the marriage of Mr. Martin Hardin and Miss Julia SteenBonf and adds that the publication caused considerable embarrassment to tho lady and gentleman in qiustion. This paper derived its information from thoStanford Journal, whoso editor. Colonel Walton, is considered the very luglieHt authority on topics matrimonial. The abovo is from the Harrodsburg We found tho item iloating Domocrat. with tho flotsam and jetsam in the news paperial sea, but hav no idei now at what point it was picked up. If we had hail any doubt ol Us authenticity we should have spoken tty the catd or In We other worda deftiunated our authority. in LM1 N'T nci IT! Don't Dispute with a woman when sue says our goods arc the only ones to buy. ltecause she knows what she is talking about. Argue with her when she says our prices arc money savers. She talks like a sensible woman and knows what's what. Don't Try to excuse yourself for going to some other store instead of ours. You know that you can offer no reason that can be sufficient for passing the store where the Ucst and Cheapest go together. Don't Don't Kxpcct your wife to meet you pleasantly if you've gone to some other store than ours when she expressly told you to go nowhere else. Don't do these things if you expect to live long and keep your hair on. want all people to drop in and sec our new stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Carpets, Mattings, &c, &c.5It is the event of the season. We've got the strongcst'linc we've ever offered in this market and all at ex tra low1 prices. mrTTi In Poor s vv"vsrv ""r"j'vi Our-:- - Bait -:- - is -:- - Bargains- - Call and see us. Health LOUISVILLE : STAirroBrD, 'zrz., Iiranch Stores: STORE, Cynthiana, A. URKANSKY '& CO., I'roprietois, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Nardstown, Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. i 1 Lawrenccburg, IBrowrrs You Know Not When Tin: Cow Will ', J-llv- tnr Ritttorc Hit-- 1 Kiek the Lamp Over. Avoid the uncertainties of fate by seeing li'il KIRBY, THE "Correspondence solicited. r INSURANCE MAN. Office over Riughmans' livery stable. I V t It Cures I f f i i This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you want the very best material?, you can not afford to overlook our stcok. . ir -- ' Articles of Incorporation OILS. The best is not too good. ,7Jr - "!.:T,L",e' "2 OliE VARNISHES. Quality and price arc right. -. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Bo lo WIEABEN, Dealer In Salesman. I Kl-mo- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, W. L. Stanford, zrsr. WITIIKRS, R. H. semi-innuil- Mat-(pr- TIIK I1LUK. GRASS IIKRI) OK Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh.lPror, - Grab:Orchard, StocV. Kentucky. Com-mand- - I'lgt for sale from the bttt types ol Keglstcrd Ilreedtrs secured from tne brat herds In several different Slates. Correspondence Solicited The Best and Latest Improved, O'BRIEN V WAGONS, And a Full Line of Harness of All Kinds. Call on track-build- er, FARRIS & HARDIN sfrjjfcfttfcfcajrti H!.i.iimrtrifaw.- - " . fc r nr intlii Jl Enh.,1 ui, - , .. limn rmJiin WLi'i.;i.w.i tiiUJaJ nfii r 11? ir rim'1' mhTjj j -T mi-Wee- InteriorJournal glass only on Stankoud, Ky., - Maui'ii 20, 1895 gins Goiiuts and tumblers in imitation cut So far thero has beon very little wind MhV. A W. Prnnrnr.l f Iot.. T !1, I4it.ll, ft per ilf zhi at Danks'. in the mouth noted for its blustering is assisting "..'.ll.is,u. ..! Henry Miller in n meetRv. Hut thu record isn't nuld up ing at tho Presbyterian Octh fourth great spring opening ho wonthtr church, Middles-bor- ...... ' 1 tho 20th. Hughes A Tato. post- Thero ian full week to nertrfroni. o. J3 Wall Paper&Alabastine Mixed Paints & Varnishes Wo Bo M'MOBlKBm Tho meeting at Walnut Flat, which Oandimatmj for tlio Legislature are not We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes Call announcing themselves with the celerity has been in progress for several weole, and examine samples and E. C. Walton, Business Manager master at Saufley vico A U. Martin, re color cards. Prices free was likely to cloio last night, Rev. W. that was expected. This ia well. A signed. scramble for any office always leaves bet K Arnold being too indisposed to cong PERSONAL POINTS. i v uvo cents for chickens, turkejB ter feolingi In it? wake nnd injures tho tinue it. Thero has been a great of tho dry bones in tiie church ond thick.; a!nn buy green hides, 0. I).- parly in which it is made. J. II. Kami, the noted plnno tuner, is and soino 10 confessions nud snnctifica-tionl'owell. in town. Dead. Ab wo go to press Mr. Joo S. nroTeported. Mm). Z. Hay, of Unrein, !b visiting TmiKB nice rooniB over our stable.nex White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure Rice informs us that Supl. W. l Pike, of An eminent scientist saya that on materials and MrB. Mary Warner. thiB division of tho L A N., died at 3:10 Good Frid.tr, April to ut. uook lor rent. M. S. & J. 12, the Heavenly Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of M. S. Bauoiiman Iihh been quite liaugliman. Mrs. Monday evening. Ho was nn excellent bodies which gravitate round tho Hun, a'ck with tho grlji. officer and ills place will be hard to fill. will be nxactly in tho same position they tB .itOLKit atioes are the most etyliah, Mn. John A iMcItoimiTs, o( Corbin, la His wife died Severn! years ago, but he occupied iu tlio firmament tho day moBi coiuiortauio unii most durablo and (rifiulfl here.. leaves three children. Christ died on tho cross. It w ill bo tho Mit. 11. G. Goook in prospecting in tho tlio clieapfHt. first timo niich n thing line occurred since In order to have Col. W. S. Miller, of wilil nml wooly West. Six per cent, will ho added to Stanford that great day, ju-- t 1. 802 years ago. TliHt MtM Maiiy Ciiami1, of Paris, is visitKnoxville, owner of tho hotel, present, was the 33d year of tho Christian era, city taxes alter next Saturday. S. W. the trial of Henry Reddick for arson and ing Mri. Lucius which dates from the birth of Jesus Monetae, city collector. murder, was continued from Friday til! Judaic W. K, Vauso.s nttonilod court ii AND SAVE MONEY. Christ. Comh.ktk set, butter, sugar, cream and yesterday, when tho jury was obtained at Mt. Vernon yesterday. MrB. DoIIaven, of La Grange, widow I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below Miss I.izzikTiiomimo.v, of Lancaster, ia spoon Holder in our Imitation cut glaps nnd a number of w itnetses examined. U of Judge DoIIaven, has bought a large and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Machine U not thought a case will be made out Visiting Mlos Kthyl Henzley. only w cents. Danks. the Jeweler. lot opposlto the present church in Ln to be shipped direct from factory to purchaser: against him. Mu. and Miia. A. K. Giiiiio.nh, of Dnn Orange and will build upon it a beauti-tif- The Ideal Sewing Machine 20. i iik largest lino of shoes ever in Sinn- The Climax Sewing Machine 22. ville, spent Sunday with her Bisters hero. Memorial church. Tho house ia to The New Home, style two, S23. The New Home, The Middlesboro NewB saja Thompford can be Been at Shanks'. Como in style three, $25 Miss Minnik Hiiown, of Logansport, and see tho latest styles at tho lowest son A Logan, of Lancaster, bought the. ontain three rooms, tho largest for reTiie New Home, style five, S28. Ind., is the guest of Miss Emily AlexanOpera House there Saturday for $3,000 vival menMnsro, one the regular audience prices. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted der. and will run it in crent ohapo. To n man room, and tho other for tho Sunday-schoo- fdr five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will Editor I'. H. Smith, of tlio Mt. Vernon For Hknt. House, garden, all necea- - this far and up a tree at that so that EdIf wo remember correctly, Mrs. sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc was hero Saturday buying beef for sary outbuildings and three ncrea of Eili, itor can not hit him with a rock Dellaven had her husband's will broken it to cat grass land near toll gato on tho Danville tho prico seems very high for bucIi prop' because ahe did not like the way ho dis- offered; ! Miis. Jamks S. Firm, of Crab Orchard, pike. A. D. Hoot, Stanford. posed of his property nnd wo suppose erty in a "busted boom town." l visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. J. G. Chickcring, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, she antfl to altone for it in this way. JOB GlUNCHICILtANI is OUt ttgafo Oirpenler. The weather has been behaving very Gcrts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, af(,.r n Chicago Cottage, MieftSAM.tr. Cook and Mr. Juno II. siege of tho Summer, Kimball, Hinzc, Prince Hegibter. boautifully for several days, Sunday and Kimball, NEW ADYEBT18EMENTS. . Ilocker, of lIuBtouville, visited relatives .umiaao. ins trouble was tetanus, re- - yesterday being especially delightful & Son. And Others. suiting from tho oirbrt to pronounce bis Thero was n thunder eliower Sunday boro Sunday. Sold on Eaiy Payment!. Special Attention to Mall Orders. PPPC For 1IA1CIIING. K. from the IjUUO great winter laying S. Kkr ilrown Legnight, hut it was quickly over and theBun Pianoi and Organt Tune and Repalrd by one ol the most competent warlcmin I ev- Suit. V. l. I'ikb, of this division of own name. horns. $i for AditreM S. K Urooki, . ...v- -, w.. ov..ru .. .Hi . in never n "no brighter nor warmer than Crab Orchard, ij Krks. ihuit mrmiij nu iraae. All work wsrrsnleil. tho L. k N., is in a critical condition from Ky. Sewing Maehinet repair d and warranted. SomiA Kmiiiiy, tho uegio woman who the eliects of tin injured foot. when it is item was written. It looks Address, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky.'- stole 2 from Mr. F. P. Bishop, was tried like t! Mina Liccik Ukazlky started to Cincinaro going to have some nice before 'Squire W. L Dawson at Mt. weather now. nati, IouIhvII1i and Indianapolis SUur-lU- y Xenia school-hous- e Saturday morning to purchnii Iter spring millinery. Tl'ii.m'ikes. Mr. John Bright figures end given 10 days in jail. Miis. James II. Owkns and Oabbell that thero are 20 roads aggregating M7J I..I, !! O arena, of llurrodsburg, were thu guests A TnADK for tho Lancaster Record is miles of turnpiko in Lincoln county, savernldaya of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Itout. on between Meesis. Ixniis Liindram and which excluding In Imitation seven roads that made Mim Maiiy Var.vom, of tho Internal H. Cartwright nnd Mr. J. H. Marre, and no report, last year cost $12,217 Oi to Hoveiiue Olllcu tit Hichmond, spent her it ia more than probable that tho two keep In epair. These pikes co6t from EVERYTHING week oil with her brother, Judge W. K clever young gentlemen will own it by 5500 to $1,500 fturilo to build them. It Varnon, hrro. April 1st. la estimated that to buy tho roadp, keep " M. I'. Ki.kin, says a dispatch to tho Ouh Mr. Hughes has just returned iiieiu in repair, pay 1110 interest on Louisville Times, Resisted in organizing from the cities with tho most complete tho bonda and provide a sinking fund Look in our window and you will sec that you cannot tell these goods a Maccnbeo Tent at Winchester, Friday, line of stull ever opened in tho city of will run the county levy beyond tho limfrom the genuine. Wc will be pleased to show you and quote you witii W) memberH. Halls, Stanford, and our fourth great spring it of 50 cents na provided by tho consti- Candy, Mn. J, Nevis Oai.teii, who was prices which are within the reach of ever) body. Every article is useful. tution. Cakes, Iteatcn Utscuit, Salstorekeeper and linger last yer, openiug will btgiu on tho 20th. You can't allord to mina it. Hughes & Tate.' Social. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of ads, cct.. etc. has at last received an alignment. lie tho Presbyterian church will give a sowill go to Hawkins' distillery in Ander-sj- ti Down in Baker county, Fla , a hydrocial in the basement of that building county. phobia scaro caused tho people to institute OPEN Minus Katie and Doli.ik Alcoiin and a crusado Hgainst the dogs and at last ac- next Friday, 29, beginning at 5 v. m. : A'lco lUughman and Hello Denny came counts 2,000 or tnoro had beon killed Sandwichs, tea nnd coffee, ico cream and from Western College nt Oxford, Oh, for such a scare here, if it would re- cake will he served and tho admission home 0., to enjoy thoahort spring vacation. sult in the deaths of as many canineM will bo 25 cents. As the money ia to go In Mr. R. Williams' store-room- , to Mr. Hayden, the missionary that the Mies Mattio Alcorn did not come. Stanford could spare that many and not church is assisting in ChlnB, it ia hoped Opposite the St. Asaph Hotel. Hon. It. C Waiuikn his been acting rains tho worthless curs. that tho social will bo liberally patronizjudge of the Garrard circuit court for a "A from Compulsion, a ed. A cordial welcome and a nice time BaTOrders gladly received and week or mere and winning golden opin ions from tho lawyers for his promt t Democrat fiom Choice," who is an omi. are promised nil who attend. promptly filled. nenlly conservative man nnd never makes Tilings and rapid dispatch of business. Hild. Tho examining trial of John After investigating tho location thor-- statements that ho cannot bark with the Hamner, charged with the murder of proof, gives some excellent reasons in Oxfords. We were never placed tghly and llnding it a gool ouo (or his Mac Moore, near Junction City, resulted this ismo why the people flhonld not bo tuoferaion, Dr. J. H. Halloa has perrnau. in a better position to please you carried on" with tho popular cry of free in his being held over to circuit court YUUI J "Wl UtlUIG kUl.l eutly located at Uryantsville. Wa regret carnage repainted, am the Msssdiii iisssT-iLiturnpikes. They will prove anything under $1,000 bond. Ho made no de- In town in which finof worklocated indone only shop can be and will than now. that ho lias left us, but trust ho will find be here permanently. I solicit of but freo to those who will havo to pay fense, but moved a dismissal at the con- patronise which will endeavor a share by yourlo merit dmhis new place a pleasant and profitable the euormoua taxes their nurchaao and clusion of tho evidence for the prosecu cUst wotkmanthip and fair truatment ol all. Shop one. lion. Mooro'a father, J. F. Moore, in Meocfte Hulld'nj on Depot street. repair will occasion, but tho average free A It. KINLtY, Sunftrd, Ky. Miss Maud Hoiunson and Ilefslo Bum. claims that Hatnuer murdered nud robadvocate cares nothing for that. side, of Umaril, accompanied by Mr. J. Ho Is the price of our "Banner" Oxford Genuine Dongola-Solidoesn't pay taxes to speak of. Wo bed the boy. Ho aworo that he gave : : Fleece Kobinnon, came over Friday after w Mac $60 that lay and tiono of tho monLeather, inner, outer, sole and counters. Com. ill bu glad to henr from others pro and Mies Jennie lliirnside, who Imsheon vissense and opera toe, con on the question, which is now being ey waa to be found on tho body when it to S, warranted. iting rulatlvts here. They all spent the generally agitated, and will publish arti- w.ib discovered. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. evening at the Myers House and with cles of reasonable length for the ml vaTun Caledonians always draw like a Offers hit services to the Other couples had a most delightful timr, ol West Lincates of either side of tho proposition. sticking piaslor, whether they havo any- coln and Cey Counties, r ull stuck of Collins Judge M. C. Sauklky'b stay at Crab and Caslii-t- i aitvays on hand, Is the price of our Henrietta Oxford; all styles toe and thing special to present or not. It Is 95 0ohard Springa in proving U'ty benefi Will 0. Owsley, of the internal reve free, you know, nnd thero thu tnle is I) .S. Carpentir, Manner. heels. Button, strap and lace, tip and plain. No betcial, hiu health having greatly improved. nue service at Richmond, was painfully told. At their entertainment Saturday ter wearer made. If like Ch'Ju's wife ho were not alovo burned a few mornings sgo. He was sit night nt the court houso Miss Annie Hoys aii'plclcn, it might bo suggested that ha ting before tho ilro at his boarding houso sing a solo vury sweetly. James M. is taking the Keeley cure, but it don't putting on his Bhoes. when his chair Saufley and Sam Leu declaimed, MieB go with him. A very few public men turned throwing him into thu red hot Maggie Hright recited nnd A. A. McKin-neMARBLE. $2.50, $2.65 and $3 represent the artistic of shoe male could run ilia risk of a winter's sojourn grate. Before ho could recover himself Jr , Bang a couple of solos very creding. Tans and black, tip and plain, all sizes, C. D. E. there without such a report being circu- ho was in n b!a and crying for help, his J. KARINS&CO., itably. Tho debate on Which is tho lasts. We can fit your head, your purse and your foot. lated. hndlady rushed to tho scone and with greater incentive to good works, hope llniiders from original dciiRUi and best male Kioatprtsencoof mind jerked down the of Iienven or foar of hell ? was discuss- OOlce 349 Thirdand workmanship. Ky. Street, LouUville, CITY AND ViniNITY. portierre and threw it around him, ed by James Beazloy, Yard and Work Shops, Montpellier, Vermont Jack Beazley nnd kQd Carrara, Italy. smothering tho flames. Ho was badly S. W. Menefee, "Faih slightly cooler, Tuesday." but they cither did bo Lone0experience; original deslcns; satisfaction guarantee!. burned about tho shoulders, back nnd well or so poorly tho judges, John H. A new lino of Ziegler Bros.' shoes ins" arms. W. D, JONKS. J. T JONKS, MGR. A dispatch yesterday afternoon from Bright, M. F. Klkin and Joo F. Waters, received at Shanks. an 41 could not decide which side bad won Richmond stated that Mr. Owsley hud second-hau- d bicycle for sale taken pneu.nonia Goon nnd was not likely to and they reported a hung jury. The cheap. J. L. Deckelmau. Caledonian Prevaricator was edited and livo. & read by Georgo B. Wcaron and was Foil bargains in jewelry and watchea lrsreniB to bo natural for councilman quite nn interesting paper, which preKy. seo Danks, tho leading jeweler. tJ bark and blto nnd tear each other'a sented some pretty pointed personaliSole proprietors Dean's Itlack Diamond Koo Greatly improved for 1S95 and Paint. Estimates furnuned for painting Wood, Ziegler shoes, Zieg'er shoes, Ziegler eyes. Down in Louiavlllo lost week ties. Metal and lion Hoofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. worthy of consideration. there wai a freo ilght in tho meeting of All tools painted with Dean's lilaclc Diamond shoes, Ziegler bIiocs nt Shanks'. CHURCH AFFAIRS. l'aint guaranteed for years Dealers in be t cisthe august body there nnd at tho called tern Pumps and fialvunucd Iron Kilters. Itev. L. M. LaBley left for Glasgow Seventeen pictures nt Oordiers gallery meeting of tho board hero a few nights for 50c for 10 days at Rowland. ao, thero was n monkey nnd parrot time. yesterday to join tho Kev. Kameey in a 'Bread is the Staff of Life" . . Tho meeting hod been called to consider meeting down there. Cut Flowbiis. Leavo your order for whether tho collector could THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. Kev. 1'. T. Ualo held a great revival separate tho Kaster flowers with "Tlio Young Ladiee tar of n man, who hod faruiiiiR lands in at Bowling Green of two weeks. Over Tl e aie beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Kxchango." Bide tho town limits and collect only 50 professed conversion nnd 10 joined For Kent. All or any number of upon tho property, which tho court had tho Baptist church. Young Indies of Trinity church nt rooms in Craig house on West Main not decided wna exempt. There waa a Mt. Xenia, 0 In their efforts to raisa street. For particulars, enquiro of Dr. Rood deal of jowerinR nnd n lot of Call and see. which oxaeperated tho presiding money for tho church aro blacking boots, Steelo Bailoy. ollicer, Mayor S. G. Uocker, and ho rap- cleaning up ollices, carrying In cool and We aro glad to eeo that tho spring ped frequently ond vainly for order. Fi- tho like. printing is beginning early. Messrs. Jco nally Councilman J. K. VanAradalo, Kov. Wm. K. Potter, a sludent nt tho Sjvernnce, Sr nnd W. M. Bright are tho who had had much to say, jumped up Presbyterian Semlnnry, Louisvillo, boa 0 isiwrc. fi'st to beautify their residences. and remarked that he did not intend to been unauimously called ns pastor at pay any tax on his rcsidenco property, Kirks ville, Madiaou couuty. Ho will T. 0. Yeaoeii baa instructed mo to buo because ho got no benefit of tho lights graduate this session. on all Yengcr & Yeagcr accounts not E. Lethrow, nn ovnngolist at Nashpaid beforo April let. Call nt my oflico and water. Tho mnyor called him down, nnd anvo costs. W, S. but he wouldn't como nnd finally slap ville, 0 , nroflo from his bed at midnight at onco and settlo My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as ped n f2 fine to him. Even that hnd no and while asleep climbed through tl 0 Burch. ellect nnd i2 moro was added, the mayor attic of his house to tho roof and preachThe Loulsvlllo Store received an ordor remarking thnt ho intended to hnvo or- ed a 8ormon. A policeman who hoard ygsAlways Reliable. from a man at Alleusville, III , last week der, if lie had to fine members till morn- it said it was the effort of his lifo. Mnkc the LIGHTEST BREAD, for fivo pairs of ladiea' hoso and a ing. Seeing that ho would "go broke" if The Columbia Spectator says that SWEETEST CAKES, As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their towel. Manager Knney gives this ho persisted, tho fiery o councilman sat Kev. Smith's meeting at the ViHITEST BISCUITS. paper tho credit for tho deal, down, and on n eubaequent half henrted there has resulted in 100 conversions nnd For Sale by n respected colored man apology, tho fines wero remitted nnd each service increases thu number. So Ku k Hockbr, place, died at Lebanon panco spread her wings over tho eceno-N- far the Baptists havo 28; Methodist, 17; : O. : formerly of this Call in when convenient. conclusion was reached, however, and Christian, 12; Presbyterian, 7, while sevSaturday, nnd his remains were brought Dealer in General Men hanllse, hero nnd interred by tho G. U. 0. of 0. tho meeting adjourned till tho regular eral have not yet decided what church one In April. they will join. F of which order ho was a member. A. T. Mahtin has been appointed aicak-enin- - B : l0n. m.ct,a. Tciiss FIA1TOS: 1 m m ul l. s ORGANS: Rrip.-Hich- mond -- Ladies Exchange n mn CUT GILA O3)o Good to Eat. Pop-Corn Egg-Kisses, If Prices ThaD Will &irprtee Yob, DANKS, JEWELER. Every Saturday, it o Carriage Fainter. 1 We Want To Sell You l $1.00 J. T. SI7TTOIT, pet-pl- d .y K UNDERTAKER, 24 $1.50 $1.98 mohumssttsT y, GRANITE and SEVERANCE & SON. 18DS 11 JOITSS BB.03., Stanford, m Tin Sheet Iron Works, Re m tmm m 67-i- m They have Proven a Success. Ballard's OBELISK point-lesatal- Flour & R5SS. Guarantee Satisfaction H S"jJ HIGGINS & McKINNEY, OTOTHIN(Gr9 30-iu- Neat and Stylish Goods court-hous- i o J. FLOHO!, Kentucky. VA1LU3B3 MB 1BIE1A1QTT H. J. McROBERTS. atefif , Stanford, . 5 " ; Vfr-sB- i jjsi. gjjyfcthittuif Wf? nii''.i: tiiegloy of women Viiimtuml-lyColorpSur-gr- at ,V ,STffS 94iS Rub tho head vigorously with tho S. It Clifford, Nevr Cassel, Wis., was troubled MAPLE SYRU P.Ky. fit'iiT brush, Rheumatism; "Is stomach to C. I.. CarterTlledgeville, flngors or with a rather with Neuralgia and aUrin-inwas disordered, his rinso thoroughly and dry both scalp nnd was degree, appetite liver awayalfected to anterribly and he was fell strength. Thrco bottles oi STORE ROOMS STSAXtf'ft'SK reduci-aud hair bath rabllshod Evory Tuoaday and Friday KATE SANBORN ON HANDSOME HAIR dry, with n Rood long in n towol. When Klectlic in llesh cured him. Ditlpts or rent They are on Mln Street, In the principal it to rub AT littlo vaseline, AND FINE COMPLEXIONS. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburir, lllin Hw M.J. MILLER, Stanford. block. 73 years standparting tho hnir in vaiious places) and running sore on his les of eiht it auvjVncjhj S3 pick, ing. Used three bottles of Klectlic Hitters an. rubbing along tho lino. Tho hair folli- secn boxes of llucUen's Arnica Salve and hd A. S. PRICE, KrWhen not so paid 39.50 will be charged.Blio DlsllUrbrulitollnlrunil S.iyn cles need food, but must not bo stopped leg is sound and well' John SpeaVcr, CaUwbls SUROKON D2CNTIST fever soies on his leg; doctors' Hair In Iillotln How to Pro up by dust or grease. I find that faith- O., had five Urge One boltle ot Klectlic he was incurable K.C. 'LOCAL TIME CARD. long About ful brushing'nt night has dono much for saidHitters and one bos lliuklen's Arnica Silvc rrso tho Hnlr A Few tic Jfficoover McRobetts Druf Store In the ne Iwsley lluilding. leaves Rowland at 7 too a. m., returning at my hair. Ono physician said that 100 cured him entirely. Sold by A K fenny, tlin Comiiloxlon. Trlnm. SunfciM jpso p. Copyright, 1803, by American Pre a Associa- applications of tho brush night, and morning wns tho best touio that could L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tion. SALE OF bo given. Learn by practicing tho most p m E. No. , Train going North.. ti 37 p m becoming way of "doing up" tho hnir, Lincoln County Ilunds " " aj " No No! tj', " jipra " South Attorney at Law, tt nud do it yoursolf without giving 1 or " " 3 13 a m No j, " $3 to tho linirdrosor to mako you look Staulord, - - Kentucky. The undersigned committee will on QUEEN & CRESCENT. os if you had loft yoursolf at homo and Semi-Weekly InteriorJourna tor. Spoclmon Gatsoa. c Dentist, DR, W. B. FElTire. Stanford, Ky. in-w-ell yjulu il Office on Main Street, Opposite the Post-Ol- fi ce druc-EK- t. J, B. , HIGGINS, Dealers n 1 Wallace Will Varnon, All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Kv. , Trim past Junction City as follows" No a North f No. t South f. I. " ...1.30pm .12.15 am " 4 II j II " .3.15 a m ,11.30 pm " 6 '." . 8 43 pm ...6 00 a m to " " 9 " f .Do not Stop - rHESE JflhsoMely -- Pure A cream of tarter baking pow- der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Streot, Now York. SF t ..For a Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, A stylish Hair TrimJorClean Shav, A. G. go to Cook & Farmer's Barber Jcia 1. Castlemaa. Shop. Lanlca ROYAL Bsuraiice Company OF LIVERPOOL. ARBEg&OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, XJesiuerce Building, Louisville , Agent throughout the South, W. A. TBIBBLZ, Local Agt nt, STANFORD, KY. ..IF VOU ARK GOING....... MORTHTHE WEST, OR V" ti Louisvilic r- 4 Nashville R. R. - la the line for you, as its lBouble Dally Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. rKROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CUECK.KD THROUGH of For any information re JOES. RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky ORFOLK AND F.AILROAD. ESTERN 5itTrxr,irTG ALL POINTS: IMsJ&mEjJLD sold to OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, MEBBASK, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, -- v TEXAS, - FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. 'HUMAN VESTIBULED COACHES. SLEEPING AND DIN1H0 CARS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HQHFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPEST. BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. DescrlpUl Write for Rates, Mans, iantphlets, to any Station Agent, of to Time-Table- s, 4u'll'(rrAit. &U1MWK.T1. SiV. B. BE VI It, ALLEN HULL, Hit. rr ift. tOUBl8,0. I M. T. BRAOO, Trs.1l. Pm. 1 K01H0KK.TA. they haruionizo perfectly, and whoa nuy silly hnmnn bcinc tries to improve 011 her tho result is so s and badly dono that wo ndmiro liatnro moro than ovor. This snbjoot Ecarccly iuoludcs tho ninlo sex, for only boys havo any hair in theso days, and uo fonxk wastes much timo worrying over bis nam Head or complexion. For many centuries long hair was a distinctive mark of kings and nobles. Tho Gauls and tho Goths looked on long hair as an honor. Men's wigs never decoivo nuy 0110, even if thoy nro changed weekly to Bimulnto growth and afterward tho harbor's attentions. Ministers in my young daysftcu mado spectacles cf thomsolves with horrid looking wigs fastened on by springs, which wero not always Fccnro and called for frequent manipulation, oven in tho most exciting portion of tho solemn discourse or exhortation, but now n shining, hairless pnto looks wiso omen of tho last genand rovorend eration used to bo nshamod of whito hair, however thick and becoming, covering it with nn ugly "forotijp, " taking it gladly off whou whito linir was fashionable Last year I met a frivolous woman who confessed that pho had paid moro than ?300 in Paris to havo hor changing hair blenched to n silvery while. Tho result was not particularly successful, but with false sido puffs in front and u suporb coil added nt tho back tho ofTeot, with her black oyes and bronzod checks, vrns most striking, and sho was stared at to her heart's satisfac tion, with tho universal verdict that sho was a fool for hor pains. Sho often told tho30 sho met that sho inherited this whito hair from a grandfather whoso hair was enow whito nt 30. Thou tho unpleasant word "liar" was added, and sho was a general laughing stock, but know it not. Young peoplo do tholr best to nbuso and destroy both hair and complexion as thoy do thoir teeth nnd eyes and hands and feot. I ofton look at two friends of niino nnd wonder if they how thoy look and how awfully silly thoy havo been. I cannot bo too Bovcro on them, bocauso, being laughed at by my mates on account of such a big bead and such unmanageable masses of rod hair, I cut out on oach sido enough to inako n regal braid. What would I givo for it now? Now, alas, it is such a big head aud solittlo hair, for with hairdressers to bang and crimp and burn, and Father Timo'qufotly pulling nt it all theso yoars, I am grateful that enough ia loft to cover my skull. But no amount of ridiculo or remarks about Judas having had tho samo "dissembling color" ovou tempted mo to try to improvo tho shado, just tho color for my comploxiou. But my frionds could not rosist, and how dooply thoy must regrot thoir fojlyl One is a dashing, nmbitious young married woman, fond of admiration, anxious to bo it social lender ami notiood in tho papers. Sho used to havo tho most desirablo hair possible n rich chestnut brown, with n natural ripplo of gold in it, tho poots' favorito color and often described by novelists. But sho was uotsatisfiod wanted more gold in it, longed for tho combination, so (when natural), of black oyos and tawny locks, an effect often attempted by actresses. So, investing in somo kind of oriental dyo or champaguo coloring wnrrantcd not to injuro tho hair nor affect tho hoalth, sho proceedj ed to do both. Peoplo bogan to wondor what that pretty woman had dono to hor hair, for, wnuo m certain lights and under a veil it was startliugly becoming, in other lights it was n pinkish yollow or an iridescent purplish shade. Sho hns just recovered from a long and dangerous illnoss caused, it is said, by profuse use of dyes nnd cosmetics. Her long glorious hair-- lias boon shorn. Sho wears littlo Freuchy caps to cover tho condition of her head. Tho hair literally burned off in spots, aud on her forehead tho hnir is uoither falso nor natural in color, but will bo allowed to grow out without further attentions. Colored hair is oithor n Bign of dopravity or idiocy, nnd no ouo ' ' over is dolnded for 0110 moment into j thinking it pretty. My other friend is an author who writes on tho highest plai:o about tho conduct of life, nnd her inlluenco is for tho best nlways. But for all that hor poor head is a deplorablo and ludicrous object scanty locks dyed badly, nnd on ' top a falso frizzle that docs not match, that sticks out round her intellectual faco in woird, wild ringlets, uticonflnod by a not nnd bobbing gayly during her most serious ulbcourso on spiritual things. Another of my acquaintances, hearing that ammonia would lighten the hair, dipped her bang with it undiluted aud now goes round trying to find EomothLug harmless to restore tho color. All that hair needs is a washing onco a mouth iu warm water, with puro castilo soap, or n littlo borax, or tho yolks of , two eggs beaten up in a pint of limowa- ridio-ulouo I nro nnturallr thought of together, uaturo'sliauda iu ing iu your clothes. If I had now tho County Court 'ay, sell publicly In front of the ee Special attention Riven to Settle nenls of Ese d or In Stanford. Ten Llr.coln counmonoy I worso than wasted on Sale and Dislslon of ty Donds o! ticdenoimnation ol Sjoo each, besting tates, ns Atto'ney and and lmirdrossings nud switches 6perceut. ttomdato and ps)aole annually ist nlants' Lands. nnd crimps, 1 could easily tnkoa trip to day ol July. Ihel.n s are to mature In jo years Office ou Lancaster St overSupL.W. V. after 10 9 Florida or California. Split hairs must with prli!ese resetted oft.paiine thern M. l)A ISON, vears. bo cut or singed. If in middlo ago hairs J K. CUMMINS, J It. I'AXI'ON, horrify women by appearing on tho 3 Committee. chin, thoro is but ono romody both uafo and suro a patient usoof thotwoozors. I wish wo might dnro to go about CORDIALLY : without falso hair, which very raroly inatohos, but wo novor shall. It is luTo call and eaamine tny Sprlnc Millinery, which nathat dicrous and yot sad to study women chatd pile are irquestrd to meet rt tn rirsiAPR. t am opening up. I pride myselfplease. it is well Having bound to tional llanl. In Stanford, on SATURDAY, anil that It ovorywhoro in cars, theaters, hotel 6, i8.yS.lor the putpoie of electing directors lor selected lor cash andis being determined to sell for bought HO.SLKi , JACK 'parlors, ovoulug cutortainments. Tho tht tiuuicc )ear. cash, I can sell at the lowest possible prices. An President examination will convince you. luxuriant addition nt tho back of head yim MRS A. A. McKINN'KY. 6 fails to match cither their own scanty supply or tho frontal ndoriunout hair I 1 deplorably thin at tho temples, overtopped by n mass of ourls or waves or crimps bcitiwl from tho dirty, tho My stock of Millinery and Notions Is kept conto sel Uaine decided disensed, possil' from tho dead Who privately all of my to go to fsrmin I desireconsist stantly complete by wrtkly puichascs and jou property at Rowland, , knows? I took lcssons in making hair ing Ol II K1 ul Q.w uwr'niifc w. j u,','.v. can always find what you want I Invite you to ths Stanford Water with flowers onco. Most still nud unnatural lot on water trout house stands contain Woiks. The call and Inspect which thu MISSLICC1E IIEAZLKY, thoy wero. That is now a bygono fash- of sn acie and lies just outside of the town limits Stanford, Ky and in ion. Hair wigs aro seldom seen. I saw of Rowland, The oulhouic aic numerous located good repair. Also a new store room aoip QQ tho other day n pin on nu old lady cf in the forks uf the Crab Orchard and "Cut Oil" lor one which contained a golden curl of her piles.ill A splendid stsndbusiness dialling a to envacant Also gage the first baby boy, who died nearly 70 years lot on Shauksmercantile Rowland. The aboe deAre In will sell ago. That was touching. To sum up scribed prkpttty cost me $,tjs, cash. 6 and 12 months I desire to call your altcution to the fact that $1.300 $oo cash, about hnir. Givo it a chanco to grow, it furlurthcr information baUnce in address, cs'l on or Kor am ready toseive you In Drs Making In any koep tho scalp clean aud bowaro of tho and all slslca. I lakt the best fashion Journals J It. MILTON, Rowland, Ky. im and kced posted on what ladles should wear. hairdressor, his inevitable "tonio" nnd Come in and give me a trial. Pricra reasonable crimping artifices. I find since living n I employ none but first class help 'Atpiesrnt I can be lound at Miss Carrie sensible outdoor lifo in tho country, goresidence on Lancaster Strrot. Ca'cimininK unI'sprriri; Let your ing out often into tho fresh nir and sun- til you seePainllnj, llrothers. and furnish firsvetass Ksspecllully, MISSMRY I). SMITH,, We Ilelden Stanford, Ky. ;; Cm shine with uo lint or bonnet, that my material and guarantee first class work, or no toi tuozcy. Address, S'anfoid, Ky. hair has improved marvolously. Aud tho complexion needs tho samo SPRING AND SUMMER. treatment sun and fresh nir nnd plenty Xi. Something to Beautify the Ladies. of water and friction for tho skin. No amount of powder or rougo will beau4VHIH. .. Ky. tify if tho blood, liver or stomach is Office Dally openining New Hats, flowers and laces MeRob-trt- s Up Stairs; first Door Kast of assurance t the trade that they will We Keep woll by enfeebled or diseased. , find che thees abllshment the same ciclusivencsi Drug; Stoie. in our right living. Do nut clog tho pores, or in style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the lea'Hng novelties in Millinery for which we aic thoy will grow coarse. Onco in nwhile, known throughout the country. when you think your faco is clean, put trimmer for the seaI have eecuted a son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect 011 n littlo cocoa butter, lot it remain n fully solicit you i pslron.ee hetctofoio so literally few minutes and then rub well with n M D DUDDKRARLaw, Attorney btst.wed. KATE DUDDhRAR, Manager. soft flannel or n littlo cologne or alcohol with a Turkish towel. You will bo surprised. It brightens tho skin wonderfully to givo it a good steaming now OHice on Lancaster Street, oppo.itc the Court Dolaoraa. "S"our and then, just ns woll with tho kitchen Home. Collections receive cspeclsl attention. 63 toakcttlo and a big paper funnel to I will go to any place where there are sis or tho vapor as to pay.3 for tho procmore cattle to cehom. I do the woik with the D. S. Frequent dashes of cold wntor on ess Lightnlrg Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes a tlean, smooth faco aud throat will prevent flnbbinoss, cut, dosnot crush nor bieak the horn, as the Hustonviilo, Ky., so much dreaded, which is tho first sign clipper does. ItlslheoMy humnne way Does not punish the animal like the saw, of approaching ago iu n woman's faco, Good While tked Oats for sale. and the wound gets well aa iiulek again as that tho rubber mitten nud ilcshbrush aud call Kor further made Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. on by the saw. A. PEYTON, Icfurmsllon, Ky. Stanford, O. improve tho conditions. lot. Lighln'ng Pruning Heck. See the Furniture and Stove3. Kate Sanijoun. hair-drossors somo fussed up crcaturo wns masquerad- Monday, April Oth, 1895, : as Ksecutor, Administrator and Assign- Conrt-ltous- The Myers House, IMW. OHEEN:Propnttoi. McCla-ly'soffic- e. Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. THE LADIES Turnpike Election. I am stIU running this Hotel and will continue to give my guests the politest alien-- as well as the best the msiket affords. INVITED Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. Ky. Midland R'y, Only Dliect Lite llctween TOB SAlfS w TO THE ZjADIES Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between 1 Frankfort, GeorKotowu. mid Purls, via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Tim. TimaTablJ Dec. 30, sSgs. No, i. No 3. No. j No. 7. TRAINS EAST. m, p. m. a. in. p. m l.ve t'rankiort A 7 00 4 13 .30 S " hlknorn -SJS 40 4 "Stamping tuound.7iiS 300 930 3 40 7 " Oeorgftown.,11... 7 47 .H? 10 OJ 5 415 S. Depot. Arr. ; j. 3 33 IO05 5 jo " Paria I jo ..C 4 3-Ask for tickets Oarllfllo, MnyBviUq, Oynthlunu, Fftlmouth and OovinRtou. flte-elcht- TO THE LADIES. 1 1 1 DOITT TRAINS WFST. Lve Paria .. No... Tor-ter- 'a Air t'raokf,rt .A. Leave Krankfoit 104$ a in. Leaye Kraukfert io:so a m. Leave Krankfort S15 p. in. " C. S. Depot ..,037 " Gewigvtown II 104 " Stamp'g Ground into " Klkhoin .1116 . C a. ru. o 4? No. 4. No. No . p. ru. a. m, p m. t4 7 7 043 33 is y 3 43 1 70J 3 617 04 7 13 105 11 30 iu 40 DB. B. COOK, Stanford, 8 7 30a m. ; arrive at Leaingten a ra ; arrive Cincinnati at Clneinnstl ..I f.ytp m.;artlve W. S. BTJE.CH, first-cla- Stanford, at Kentucky. - C.ttlo. lode-hor- ro-tai- u SUNDAY TRAINS. v,tT. Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; attire at Iiankloit 11 30 A. M. Lesve r'ranklort s:3 P. M.; arrive si Georgetown j J P. M Leave Frankfort a 33 p. m ; arrive Cincinnati 6:$ p. m. Leave Cincinnati 730 a m. ; strive Krankfort 11:30 a m. 1 he Kentucky Midltnd Radwayand connections form the thoitrst and cheapest toiilt to all points Niulh, Katt, North and West. Kor further information spply to their agents. C. D. IIKItCAW, Gen Pass. Agmt. GKO. II HARPll, Ilec'rftCen Supl Krankfort, Ky. Lat CARPENTER, THE F. RILEY D. KIL.UY, HOUSE Kontucky. FRANK RILEY. Proprietor, London, 77 - - - A Writing Hoard. Thero nro many women who prefer writing ou their Inpsto any other plaoo. Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Step In and see nice line ol RocklnK Chairs and Kumituie. Stoves cheaper than ever before. Livery Stable and illacksmlth Shop lor rent. a M.S. llAl'GIIMlN. J. W. IlAtCIIMAN I have moved to my new Hotel, and am btttsr than ever to accommodate the public. laod Livery attached sad every coaveoicac de iirsd. . Give me a call. For such peoplo and for oil who cannot GLO. II. COOPER. havo desks a writing board is a groat 'JAMBS II. YEAGER. convenience. It is iuvnluablo to an invalid, who must writo sitting up iu bed, Ss if nt all, and would mako n wolcomo ..Proprietors of.. ...... gift to such n ouo. An oblong board, thiii and with rounded corners, mado of somo light wood, is the first requisite It should bo STANFORD, KY. about as largo as a small lap board and Having bought of P. W. Green his Llverr busadded new is proven ted from warping by two cross mess and to furnish buggies and horses, we arc preparud cleats screwed on tho undorHidu. Over TURNOUTS the uppor sido stretch n piece of dark - FIRST-CLAS- S red or greon folt, cut to fit oxactly to On short notice. The traveling public will 6nd tho edge of tho board. Tack it in placo us always ready and willing to turnith Drummers' Wagons, either single or with rouud hoaded brass tacks, sot very acesofailkindsat very LOW double, or Carri 1'KICtS. The closoly together, as near tho edgu as pos- boys in and around town will also nnd us the peo-- j pie to deal with. Stop with us when In town at sible. couits and entertainments and your horse and vc v Hold tho board in tho position in hlcle will be well cared for . YKAGKR & COOPKR which it would bo ou tho lap wheu arMyers Home Stable, Stanford, Ky. ranging tho things to go on it. First tho inkstand. Lot it bo a travelers' ink- I M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- raoraiiTOKS - FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of STANFORD, KY. Yeager Uvcry amlFccd Stable, Cooper, LIVERY, FEED & SALE Capital Stock- - 9200,000 STABLE. 21,300 Kentucky. furplua Stanford, Attention of the public is invited lo th. fs t -' j I i- , I 1 I S- I that this is the only National Hank in Stanford If you need livery give us a call Nothing but Under the provisions of th. National llsak turnouts will leave oui stable. Sre us ar. securtd not only by th. capital for rates. In out stock, but by th. stockholder' liability loe aa amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ol HARNESS SHOP this institution are sscui.d by a fund of 400,000. Sworn statements oftheconditieu of th. bask s, You will find a good assortment or Harness, yeano United done by ar. mad. each assets theeiaraincd States gov.ra-raeSaddle, Ac Haveiour and Its ar. at stated lima. our man, he understates his husmees. We have a I'T government agents, thus securing addititoaa mechanic in our sod perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established aa th. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Deposit Hank or Stanford in list, then lied as th. National Dank ol Stanford in iScj and work and satisfactory again Will guarantee nrst-cl- a as the Kirst National Hank of prices. Tiy our horse shoer. Stanlord in iSI, has had practically an uninterrupted eiutcnc. of u yean. It is better supplied cow witt; :cllities lor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-teGut-cla- ss fle bt &?wm ' stnnd and placo it nonr the front edgo, a little to tho right of tho center. Cut in tho felt a hole, iu which tho baso of tho inkbtnud will fit exactly. Then put a row of tho tacks around this oponing, so that tho cloth will not stretch thoro, finally gluing tho inkstand firmly in Witl) such a rccoptaolo for ink placo. tho ownor of tho writing board need not bo afraid it will spill when tho board is EOt away, standing on end. A small monthly calendar is pasted on tho board in tho center to tho left of tho inkstand, and to tho loft of tho calendar is tacked a littlo pockot of felt or ribbon, just largo enough to hold n tiny book, with oiled paper loaves, to hold stamps. Placos for envelopes, papor aud postal cards aro mndo of pieces of felt tnckod down on throo sidos, tho fourth sido hollowed out iu tho ceutor, so that ouo can oasily tako hold of the contents. A moro convenient way of getting out tho stationery when wanted is mado possible by tho tiso of narrow ribbon. It is tacked by ono end on tho board beforo tho folt pieco is put on and must bo just about in tho center of tho placo tho folt will occupy. It must bo long enough to reach from thoro to tho bottom of tho folt and then back again, projecting from tho top or open end. If theso piocosof folt havo embroidered 011 them in gold tho names of thoir contents, it will add to tho looks of tho writing board as woll as to its convenience. A strap of broad silk olastio, to match tho folt, is tacked on near tho front odgo to form a sories of places into which tho paper kuifo, pon, penknifo, envelope opener and perhaps a pair of paper shears may bo slipped. Annik W. McCuLLouaiL I TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New A. C. Sine, Succeis r to Th. Directory of this llink is compoicd ol Korestiu Rirnl, Lincoln county ; . S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J II. Collier, Liucoln; J, V.". Hayden, Stanlord ; S.H. Raughman, Lincoln; Lancaster Planing Mill, Lancaster, Ky., I will cany a general stock of Duildlng MateIs now in full operation, and invites the attention 0' the builders of Lincoln county to its material, rial and by selling suptriot worlronnthip and low prices. Note j.3. . Mocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKlnnry; S. Hocker, President; M.J. Miller. Mt. Vernoa-- J ( I I A. A. McKipn.y, Assistant Cashier. to make Lower Prices than has Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at at$pei hundred. As low as $1 50 per hundred. ever been offered here. I would ca'l special Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at tention to I:. 50 per hundred. As low as $1 jo per hundred Allpattcrnx and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow OK STANFORD, KY., pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as 35 per hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as 1 per Made of Oak Pickets, the cheapest and bsst fence Is now fully organiscd.'and ready for business witk hundred, lioautilul ellow pine finishing lumber in the market. quarter oak, 4c. Save money br eiving us you. ordcis. up Capital of -$200,000. IRON AND STEEL ROOFING THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, 73 6m . 000. Mill work at City Prices Will be enable 1 1 SOMJE OF OUR PRICES: FOR CASH OITLTT, John J. McKoberts, Cashier; WIRE and SLAT FENCE Fanners Bank&Trast Co Paid Surplus, t SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, NewProcessVaporStoves We 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. J. W. Perrin, William McClary, John Newland, E. Rice, J. G. Walter, B. K. Wcaren, J. W. Wal-lace- , J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Earp, W. F. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. JNSee the best Stove on earth before buying. Now closing up) with the samt aissUaud und.i the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors in National individual. To those who entrusted their buislness to ui mnaglnjf the Lincoln National Usnk ol otanlord, w w. here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transict their business with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty year. espcrience ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are coexistent with sound banking. while Hanks, iu shareholders being held Individually Uaoleithe estentof th. amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th. amount invested in such shares. It may actaa eaecutor. administrator, truatoe, Ac, as fully aj sn References. C. dixxctori: J J. Williams, ML Vernon; . H, Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owalcy, Stanford; S J. J. Embry, Stanford; II, Oarsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; , W. H. Wearen & Co. , - William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Csrpenter, MIUedgevilL, W. H, Cummins, Preachers ill. S, If. Shanks, President, Dr. J. B. Owi'e, Cashier, W. M.Bright, Tel cr fyHs. -1 - . U i--