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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895032901 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. .,n f" - - . Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. Some Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.: FRIDAY, MARCH 29. 1895. WILLIAMSiURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. -i- NO. 9 Figures on (he Cost of Free (?) Mr. J. , To the Editor of the Interior fours!. O Mnlian are bnth having nico realden- - ng. claimed Stanfohd, March 27. As it is ces built this sprinit. M1. 2T. Langford died nt Wildlo last that free turnpikes would bo a great saV-in- g Mr. W. L. Moore is In Loutsvlllo week. to tlio people of Lincoln county, lot this week. Mrs. Dr. Finloy hns gono to Tho lime kiln will bo fired up In a us mako a low figures and seo if wo can Virginia to visit her old homo. few days. aflordit. Itako my Onurea from the Bprlng term of the Academy Mr. J. J. Baker resides in the Brown sworn statements of tlio presldunta of tho opened Inst Tuesday and the Institute Hotel property. of tho turn various board of directors will ix'gln its spring term noxt Monday. Mr. Neil Parrot has begun a band- plko companies of Lincoln. Wo find Elder J. Q, Livingston preAched here Botuo residence on Main 117) miles of turnplko in Lincoln, constreet. last Sunday. He will he hero on tho Hie dath of Supt. Pike causes unitrolled by 20 boards of directors. Of first Sunday In each month In the fu- versal regret on tho entire line. theso wo And 10 presidents making re- ture. One man sent to tho rockplle this port pf tho earnings and expenditures of Tho Christian Eudeavor Societies of. week for failuro to work-throads. their several roads and find that tho 123j this place will hold a rally meeting on gateTyphoid foyer is reported epidemic miles reported on, spent for repairs, Easter Snnday. ltv. J. L. McK.ee wil1 In tho Scaffold Cane neighborhood. keepers and other necessaries $12,175.01, bo here to assist them. A Miss Painter, of Boones Gap, was which is $03.03 per mile. I think wo can Our people aro organizing, an electric tried here for forgery and acquitted. safely aver that the president and dlrec light company and we hope to soon bo MIbs Nettlo and Grade Cocks vial-te- d tors, who aro stockholders and directly friends in roads,wlll certainly keep able to aeo instead of feel our way along Turnpikes. xiuniy urrK J. u. Lovitt and ML VERNON, R0CKCA3TLE COUNTY. -- Mrs. John K. McClary is Improv HU3T0NVILLE. ,Tho Interested in the them In repair at a less expense than a contractor could. As to what the roads could bo bought for: At 800 por mile the cost would be $113,000; granting tho county owns half of them would leave $59,000 to bo paid for. The interest on aamo por year at six per cant, would amount to f 3.&I0, which added to tho annual amount necessary for repairs, makes to be raieed yearly which would bo ou the $1,419,805 of taxable propnrtr in the county 35 cents on the one hundred dollars. $12,-176.01, the streets on dark nights. Miss Julia Marcutn entertained $15,-71- 5, J. IlHiaiiT. Busy Bees Hiving at Junction City. To the Editor ol the Interior Journal. Junction City Is fueling very prnud over tho organization of the first (live of the Ladies of tho Maccabees In Ktn tucky. Several weeks ago, Lady Cora Eves, ol Detroit, Mich., deputy supreme commander, gave a lecture hero aud remained a few days working in the interest of the order. Dut the weather was unfavorable and sho was called to Terre Haute, Ind. Last week ahe returned and has succeeded in instituting Blue Lick Hive No. 1, auxiliary to Junction City Tout To say that tho ladles are outhueiastlc and delighted with their work, docs not expretu it; nnd tho Sir Knights will have to look well to their laurels if they do not wish to tnke a backseat in lodge work. Much credit Ih uo Lady Eves for her perseverance and untiring efforts in behalf of tho order she represents. Sho is a dignitled, pleasant lady, commanding the rpapect. of all whom she meets, and has uomptetely won tho hearts of the Lady Maccabees, who will regret her doparturo.' Tho following is n Hat of the oOlcers of Hluo Lick Hive: Past Lady Commander, Jen-nl- o E, Booth; Lady Commander, Sara W. Calvert; Lady Lieut. Commander, Daisy Minnlo O. Barnard; Lidy Jl 1 M. McOolluraj vJdy F. K.t, Mollis, W. Vanaradall; Lady Chaplain, Mary O. Hocker; Lady 8erg't,, Florenco Waller; Lady M. at A., Kate Rose; Lady Sentinel, Belle Garner, Lady Picket, Settle Williams, Hive Physician, W. B. Uunn. WH.L0W GROVE. her homo near tho Institute last Tucs day evening In honor of Misses Wolford of Casey county, and Miss Sproule, of this place. Tho meeting closed at tho Baptist church last week with nbout 00 addi tions. Itev. Alderman, who did tho preaching, left with the good wjll and beat wishes of all who heard him. Gen. Green Clay Smith dolivered a very Interesting lecture at tho Baptist church last Friday night on tho "Life of Abraham Lincoln " It consisted princi ply of personal recollection of the president. Dr. A. A. Willita will close the court!) next Tuesday evening with his famous lecture on "Sunshine." Tho course has been a great financial success. Not only paid out but has money left In the treasury. Tickets were sold cheap so everyone could afl'ord to attend. The (teason ticket for the four lectures coBt only $1. We hope our people will not let it fall through, hut will continue to support It with the same earnest zeal they have this year. Iec-turo Mr. A. O. Carr will build a residence at for himself In the now nddition very BOOU. Maretsburg this week. An election will bo held here ac an early dato to take a vote on the question of establishing a graded school. Mr. John Owens and Miss Sallle Boreiug were united in marriage at the homo of tho bride's parents, Thursday, March 23th. Large quantities of oata have boen purchased by tho farmers nt thla station. There is wealth in tho soil here if all will unite their efforts in extracting it. The Ladles' Aid Society is still agitating tho question of a fence around the cemetery. We trust thot this landaole undertaking will soon be accompllahed. Bauoain. My brick dwelling at Krleger, Lincoln qounty. Barn, stable, well, etc. Lot contains 22 and half acres. F. Krleger, Mt. Vernon, six-roo- m Ky- - 4t. Don't forget the horse show on the second Saturday in April. The Joseph Pago farm was eold to Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. John Sandidge nt $2u.75 per acre. If it is not permanently settled eoon the lawyers will have to sell it to get their pay. It has been suggested by many that tho Beech Grove Debating Society orOur Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. ganize and it is to bo hoped that it will as It Is pleasant and beneficial to all concerned. The remains of Mies Virginia Hawkins were followed to the cemetery by many Borrowing friendB. She lived here and went to school one year and all who And must sell the goods. Give us a call. knew her could not help but love her. There was no preaching in town Sunday morning as Bro. Williams was too ill to bo out and Bro. Bruce preached at McKinney. Bro. Bacher began bis meeting at tho Presbyterian church Sun' day ovenSng and all who heard him are pleased and think he will do much good. Fire broke out in the kitchen of Mr. J. E. Huffman's dwelling house about J a mile South of town Tuesday morning aud before any thing conld be done it was consumed by the flames. Nearly all tbo furniture was saved but it Was badly broken in being thrown from tho winTo Miss Our Fourth Great Spring Opening, dows. ' Little John Steele returned from Louisville last week after spending a Beginning March 26th and continuing, for two weeks. There has not been nor will there be week with his aunt. Ho is olny about seven years old and made the trip alone; Misses Fannie and Maggie Hopper, of Perryville, aro visiting their sister, Mrs. W. W. Bruce. Miss Dollio Alcorn is at home spending the spring vacation. Miss Sadie Hawkins is the guest of Miss Grace VanAredale. Geo. D. Weatherford was Of Dress Goods, Silk for Shirt Waists, White Goods, Embroideries, up from Somerset last week. Laces, Wash Dress Goods, Trimmings, Capes,- Percale Waists, Hos- Furniture, Undertaking, 4 Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. 1 We Beat in Low Priees falTHEfeS & HOCKER. You GaU't Afford t, SUCH A DISPLAY - cises lor circuit court, which convenes hero noxt Monday. Newspaper men and all persons con nected with mall matter must remember that the mail route to this place was changed on tbo 25lh Inst, from by way of Kingsvilla andyosatnlte, to by he way of Moreland, ilustonvllle and Kidd's store.' People were much disappointed on Monday in not getting any pa purs, u y j, Mr. Geo. Levisy has prepared to bore Mr. W. G. Proctor, the P. M. at for oil In this county. Wo are confident that both oil and gas can ho found here Quail, was in town Tuesday. We are expecting a good time at our In paying quantities. If you wish to 3. 8. convention at this place next Satur ' avoid tho rush invest hero at once. Mrs. A. O. Carr is visiting her eister day and Sunday. Mr. ftaujuul Tyree, while removing in Middlesboro. Misses Berta Martin LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. and Sallio Cook wore the guests of Miss some planks from an old building, was Monday was county court day with Bessie McClure last week. Miss Lucilo seriously injured by thu roof falling on only a moderate attendance, and not Joplin Is visiting Mrs. Dr. Brooks, of turn. Mrs. P. Heron is still improving and much business was douo. Paris. Mrs. E. A. Beppert is vjalting her -- Absence for a few days has prevent- sister, Mrs. Dr. Ruddle, of Jefforsonvillo the tlio doctors think that tho cancer is just about removed and gone, and it is ed your correspondent from gathering Ind.. for the Intxhior Journal. much news Judge McClure attended Mr. Pike's now thought that she will be up soon. Quite a number of young ladies and Lawyers are busy preparing their funeral at Louisville. Miss Boggs, of Maretsburg BROOHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. iery, Gloves, &c, in the city of Stanford. Our new Clothing department is simply unsurpassed in style of cut, neatness cf pattern, quality of trimmings and perfection of fit. Don't do yourself the injustice not to come and see the styles and prices and don't forget our "Perfection" Shoes, our J. B. and P. D. Corsets, our Lace Curtains, &C. Don't do yourself the injustice not Quilts, to call on us. Por-tierre- s, Bed-spread- s, HUGHES & TATE. Farmers are Doga broke into Mr. W. T. Ward's flock of sheep and killed two before they were frightoned off. Mr. W. M. Swope, of Lexington, made a short vfoit to his brother, J as, H. Swope. Miss Maggie Lewis will leave this week for Cincinnati, where she goes to take n courso in music. A prominont Boyle county republican telle us that not only do they intend to put out a candidate for the Legislature, hut expect to make a vigorous campaign of the entire county. Ho also predicts that Col. Bradley will carry tho State by at least 10,000 votes. Our esteoined neighbor, the Intcmor Journal manifests its zeal for good government by endorsing tho coupling Hon. U. P. Jacob' name with the gubernatorial nomination. Editor Walton expresses his belief, and at tho Bame time his regrets, that Mr. Jacobs would not accept thu nomination if it were tendered him. We all hope that if men of Mr. Jacobs' high character and ability are called upon to serve their State that thoy will consider It their duty as good citizens to accept tbo charge. With men of his calibre in charge of nublic aflaics we would certainly havo an ideal government. Danville Advocate. UBual sug-gesetl- land for cultivation of the plowman is Groan river .valleys. Tho Qsborinan too has opened his assault on the finny tribe, but it Is a slow business on acuoqnt of scarcity. If our fresh water streams are not protected from polluting their waters from saw dust by special .legislation and the enforcement of the laws, It willonly beafew years until that importunt article of food will play out In this sactiou. It is true there aro already laws enough to meet the case if our courts and grand juries would take hold of the matter properly. But special legislation wpuld be the most direct and best way to get at it. We are happy to state, however, that our two mill firms, Messrs. Carpenter & Blade, and Mr. T. W. Creek, out of respect for the wishes of the people, will not run the saw dast of their mills into the river. This would be a more pleasant world than it is if tho country was poopled with such men who do not require the strong arm of the law to tuako them do right. Richmond, who has been visiting this place, has returned home. D. C. Pointer, F. L. Thompson and son visited Gar rard a few days since. Mr. H. W., Rice has moved to Livingston, where he with Messrs. Fields and Rice will continue in the manufacture of lumber. Ourjjeople regret to lose such valuable citizens and wish them continued success in their business. We found tfyetn always up . , . ,m --, right in their dealings here, which was busy preparing their on an extensive scale ,and Mt. Vernon and tho merry song will lose a large business as well aa good rererberating in the people. LONDON, LAWREKCOUNTV. am corbkctbd. "Richard Wb stand Vaux Is dead at Philadelphia. Bosides serving a term in OongreBS, Mr. Vaux has a greater claim to fame. Ue once danced a set with Queen Victoria, a no other American could Bays Walton In the I. J. Wrong, not as usual, for it is unusual lor Walton to be wrong, but unusually wrong this time, Whatof John Yn Burcn, who leJ the dance with Queen, Victoria once upon a time, and was dubbed Prince John 'n consequence? And poor old, auaint and sterling Vaux went to his grave plain Dick. Covington Common wealth. ' dia-tinctl," - i bruMes. torei. ulceri, salt rlieura, f.ter eorei, tetter, chapsum eruptions, end red hsnds, chilblains, corn bo ail redutrcd. .It la V. nll.a: or i..... money to .... ... Euiranteed u give perfect satisfactioti or(lift til. . m. ...ItKy. hfll For A. R. Penoy, Stanford, Ko.. tv,. Buoklln'a ArnlcarSalve. ..Ue in the world for cut. tv "My good man," said a Bovere you ever stopped to think, how much money is wasted each year in rum and tobacco?" "No mum, I hain't" answered the object; "it's Ukin'.tall my ive. time just how to figger out how many Dr. Young, president of Centre poor families could be supported ofl the delivered a lecture at the Baptist price of the extra cloth women put in church on Education. Rev. W. A. their sleeves." of Middlesboro, is conducting a protracted meeting at the Baptist church Doctor (to fair patient) Pat out your tongue. (Meautlmu he writes out a pro- this week. He will continue over Sun day. scription) There that will do. But, doctor you did Miss Chatterbox Minister Thurston has accepted the not oven look at my tonguel fact that he is persona non grata at the Doctor No, I ony wanted you to Stato Department as sufficient reason keep quiet while I wrote tho preempwhy he should not remain in Washingtion. ton, and will return to Honolulu without waiting for his formal recall. To the Democrats of Lincoln County. to represent Lincoln county in I am a candidate Marshall Martinez Jdo.XCampos will the next Legislature ol Kentucky, aubjeet to the leave Spain on April 2 for Cuba to take action of the Democratic party. I atand squarely of the Spanish forces upon the National Democratic platform. Endorse supreme command Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James B. McCre-ar- y there. It is the intention) to got the lor U. S. Senator and in favor of Free Turn- troops into tho Ibid at oncenagainat the Keipeclfully, pikes. revolutionists. M. F. North. The Court of Appoals has decided All Free., that tho $20,030 annualfcxpenses of the Those who haver used Dr. King's New Dlscov Superintendent of Public Instruction cry know Its. value and those who have not. have not the opportunity to try it free. Call on the admust comp.frqm the school fund. vertised druggist and get a tilal bottle free. Send A Glasgow jury, after sentencing a your name toll. E. Uucklcn & Co., Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite 1'ills as horse thief to the penitentiary for two well aa a copy- of Guide to Health and Household Instructor fret. All of which Is guaranteed to do years.jtopk up a collection for his wife you good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's , and baby drug store. lady-"hav- e lee-ture- John J. Dickey, of the Jackson Hub' tier, was in town Snnday. Misses Addle Jackson and Nell McKee, who have been ylaiting at Faris, have returned. J. B. Eberleln, whn moved'from this place to California last fall, .returned Saturday, apparently glad to get back. Mrs. Eberleln will not arrive for five or six weeks. Mrs. Jane Taylor, a highly jreepect-e- d lady, died at the residence of.' 0. It. Faris.iWhere she had resided for anum her of years. The funeral services were conducted by Col. It. L. Ewell, l at tho Christian church. J. W. Masters preached a very able and.eloquent sermon at thej Christian church Sunday night on the;theme of Sanctification and Inbred Sin as he understands it, Ho certainly presented a very forcible argument. C. C. Cline, of Cincinnati, is delivering a series of lectures this week at the Christian church on Romanism, or the Roman Catholic Church in America. Ue is well posted on the subject and his are both interesting ;and instruct- s Col-leg- o, gentleman from attended the meeting at the Christian church last Sunday. Mr. Alex Tyree moved to the proplast week. erty of his father-in-laDr. I. S. Burdett has left us again and gone back to Crab Orchard. It seems like that the doctor cannot stay long Have just received a full line of . Mr. Willie Pike) from, his the, young man that we reported lsBt week aa expected to die, is doing well and, will be up in a lew days,, f he has . no backset. His recovery was a miracle. Bro. 8. Collyer . filled ia.pnlp'it at And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. t Saturday night Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine the Christian old brother has some- our goods before purchasing. and Sunday. The thing good to tell every time be comes. ' Rev. James Singleton, of Pennsylvania, has been preaching at the BaptiBt church at this place for the last few nights, tie filled Bro. Pike's appointment at Freedom church last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Wilmot hns has rented thc.now Frith Hotel. She is a widow of a brother Mason, who left her with some bright, Rweet little children, and she is KY. doing all she can to support and keep theny in the right way, and we hope our I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolubrother Masons who travel and stop at tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imBrodhead, will read this and remember possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming their obligation and act accordingly. to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these Mr. John II. Butner, of Danvile, 111 , goods will arrive in the next few days. Is vlBitlng his father, Mr. A. F. Butner, and relatives. Dr. 8. 0. Perkins, of Bee Lick, spent a few days in our town last week. Master Clarence Perkins has been A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat 1.50 worth very Bick for the last few weeks, but is cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c convalescent at thla writing. Miss Iva for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for Painter has l)oen visiting her aunts this 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' week, Mrs. W. II. Collyer and M., Car- and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to ter. Mrs. F. F. Stone, of Lancaster, is S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor spending a few days with Mrs. J. B. made for $12.50 to Si 5, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods her mother. Mrs. J. R. Caes is are equal to suits that .tailors charge double the money for. her. Mr. Pleas Baker, who S I has been at Rowland for awhile, returnhome last week. ed variety style and quality goods in FLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. w father-in-law- Oliver's CHilled and Bucher & Giblte' Imperial CJhiilecl and Steel PldwS W. E. PERKINS, chu.-ck.laa- CralD Orchard. James Frye, HUSTONVIIXE, B CLOTHinsra i DRESS great G-OOID- S3-Bla- Pur-sel- l, Woolen dress of and I know Bo-ru- Every man, woman and child in that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them this section, endorses the suggestion of 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 Editor Walton to nominate Col. Bob. of Danville, for Governor and side in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of track any other candidate who has been check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for sugaesed. His majority would be an half price "old time" one. Dr. Alcorn In DanCarpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They ville Advocate. are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 The trigger pull of sporting guns is barrel worth S3. pounds on the right-han- d rTho sequel Buy and sell for Cash. three and 3 pounds on the left; the latter JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. is made tho hoavlor pull for the reason explosion would otherthat the shock of wise set oil both barrels nt once. Ja-cob- B, mm m Mr. Blowtogo What wonld you do If yon were in, my shoes? polut their toes toMlsa Wery-- I'd ward the front door. postage itampi nnfolio of the World' ltnon " - Columbian hxposition. 1W0 Want VOU tO on we make the price nominal. You will havo 8od it a work of Art and a thine to be prued. It contains full page vUwsof the great buildings, withdetcrlpticnsof same and la executed In the hlghast ityle o art. If not satisfied with It after you et It we will refund the stamps and let you . Uucklcn & Co., keep the book. Address ii. Chicago, III. See the World's Fair for 15 Cents. In centi of rutint we vour addiesj and i J bouvemr will mall you our mfctM3lHir U Tk. ....l.r nrlraU inf. hut kiwiTijr Hii " t SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a PerfectjFit Guaranteed; Give me call. 1st 1- - it 4 t r lyaTs: r- t - 'I I' m -- . PS. ,i C- -i , ,v V - robbers on tho Cincinnati Southorn will Mr. Charles Davis, 22, and Miss Sahave a tendency to injure that industry rah Wilbur, 10, wero married in this of tho Stanford, Kr,, - March 29, 1895 in UiIb part is what country at least. Plen county, Wednesday. ty of grape tho rascals need and Mr. Jacob Delauey and Miss Lucin-d- a tho guard on tho train seems to have Petroy wore married yesterdny, Both know.n how to givo it. W. P. WALTON. are just free, white and 21. Thomas 8luder and Miss Mary Lan-haNEWSY NOTES. both of tho Long Branch section, TnE'Wotnan'B Edition of tho Courier-Joarna- l, In the battle at Lima, Feru, 2,500 in Casey county, were married at the Dispute witi. a woman when she says our goods arc ,the like their fashionable sleeves, peoplo were killed or wounded. Wedbride's father, Kobert Lanham's, only ones to buy. Hccausc she knows what she is talkwu bigger than all out doors. It conA butcher firm at Marion, Ind., was nesday. 1,087 hOBsheads. ing about. tained 40 pa$es of bright, original and in fined $770 for selling oleomargarine with The Bailey Bisters found marriage a Thero seeuiB to bo no reason why tereeting matter and was a real triumph out a license. failure. Frances, the last of three sistera farmers should engage lambs for June at of feminine brains and pluck. The ediIsaac Horn, a Hardin county wife of Allegan, Mich., committed sulcido in 4 cents. Within tho past weok lambs tion was afro another proof of Mr. beater, wbb shot and killed by his father-in-la- Chicago. Each of tho sisters eloped, havo toucned $5 00 in tho Louiavillo generosity as he turned over the David Nicbolls. married, was deserted and afterward markotand there is a perceptible upArgue with her when she says our prices arc money entire office to the ladies, stood the exwhich left Liverpool committed suicide. ThoToutouic savers. She talks like a sensible woman and knows ward tendency. 0 pense of its production at a coat of A Tennessee editor saya that thero yesterday for New York, will bring over 100,000 pounds of wool. Wanted, what's what. and gave them tho gross receipts a million dollars in gold coin. is but one placo in the Bible whero tho price guaranteed. Beamounting to 18.000 to $10,000, which novelist, girls are commandod to kiss the men, Highest market Tho property of Ouida, tho goes to that noble charity, the Children's has been attached for her debt, and she and that is the Golden Rule. "What fore you sell, eea my agents T. S. Elkin, Lancaster, J. S. Moberly, McKlnnoy, Free Hospital. Another thing was prot-t- y is said to be almost penniless. soever ye would that men should do un- Wm. Rout, Hustonvillo, Wallace clearly demonstrated that when it The citizens of Montreal, Can., have to you, do ye even so to them." Try to excuse yourself for going to some other store inRolling Fork or mysolf at Stanford., Wil comes to mechanical facilities and the concluded to'hold a World's Fair in that Mr. Raymond Haselden and Miss Ham Moreland. stead of ours. You know that you can ofTcr no reason capacity to handle an edition of almoot city during the summer of 1896. Lee Aldridgo wero married Tuesday evIn this Issue Wm. M. Rue, of DanCourier-Journa- l nay number of pages, the that can be sufficient for passing the store where the John W. Headley announces his can- ening at Bryantaville. Tho wedding was abreast, if not ahead, of the best didacy for the democratic nomination quite a surprise to the friends of both. ville, offers the services of hia Worlds' is Best and Cheapest go together. Fair champion trotting stallion, Gambo-nltequipped office in the country. for the office of Secretary of State. Mr. Haselden is connected with the firm and tho splendid young Baddle stalGrip caused Dr. W. B. Allen, an ex- - of Haselden & Bro Lancaster, while the Thb report comes that Queen Victoria lion, Tnornton Star, to the people of this Mr. is rapidly nearing her end. She is 7G and Legislator and president of the bank at bride is the youngest daughter of section. They are both royally bred Walton, to commit suicide at Warsaw. Joe Aldridgo, a prominent farmer near horses and Btand at tho low figures of $25 playin the course of human events has Expect your wife to meet you pleasantly if you've gone A row between ex Mayor Davidson Lancaster. ed her part most admirably. Ascending and $15, respectively, to insure. to some other store than ours when she expressly told the throne June 21, 1837, she has ruled and Mayor Duncan is famishing a senVirginia Jockey Clnb has anOF A LOCAL NATURE. you to go nowhere else. Don't do these things if you better and longer than any king or queen sation for the Lexington people at pres nounced tho entries for the stakes to be Dr. H. Piummer, of Harrodsburg, is v known to history. The sun never sets ent. expect to live long and keep your hair on. at run at the St. Asaph track during April While robbing a poatoffice in Rich trying to got the npon her Empire and the millions of and May. To tho 15 stakes 402 entries mond, Me., burglars started a $25,000 Havana. We want all people to drop in and see our new stock of Staple and people subject to her rovero and love havo been made. Tho added money in fire. They got $600 in stamps and $200 H. L. Beardaley will represent tho her. The whole world, whether it be- in cash. the Virginia Handicap is 11,500, $300 to State Collego at tho intercollegiate conlieves in monarchies or not, will grieve tbo second horeo and $200 to tho third; Goods, John E. Bigelow, an actor killed test in Lexington on April 5. when Queen Victoria is called from the $25 to accompany every entry and 50 Amy Thill, an actress, in New York, and a drunkon negro fell At Versailles Btation she has honored and adorned. No motivo is against the cemetery fence, bis head was additional for starters. This race will be thon killed himself. on May 0. ' caught between tho pickets and he chok run The alleged assertion of Gov. Wm. known. Mr. J. K. Banghman, of the West es- ed to death. tire in Milwaukee caused losses McKinley that he would not accept tho Carpets, Mattings, &c, &c. It is the event qf the season, We've End, whose horeo and jack advertiseTony Rames, a Somerset negro, shot republican nomination for president on timated at over $1,000,000. Among the ment appears in our advertising columns, got the strongest line we've ever offered in this market and all at ex- a freo silver platform and that ho would property destroyed waa the Y. M. O. A, bis wife fatally and attempted to shoot has reduced the Sanson fees of his stock tra low prices. himself. She had auod for divorco. desert the party if it were to adopt such building. to such an extent that almost anybody Pastmaster General Bisaell will re- Rdtnes is in jail. a policy, has not been denied although -:- -:- afford to breed. Nuroth, 2:191, son -:- Wm. E. Welsh. Secretary of tho Lex- cn four days have elapsed since the utter- tire from office on Thursday April 4. Walsingham and grandson of the great ance. It was a bravo speech, if made, when Mr. Wilson, his successor, will for- ington Canning Company, committed George Wilkes, will stand at the low Call and sec us. suicide thero by taking chloroform. He but it is doubtful if McKinley is equal to mally take charge. price of $15 to insure; William L , one of The Michigan Supreme Court was formerly a prominent merchant of it ,He has the presidential bee buzzing tho best Baddle horses in Kentucky and a tho law prohibiting tbe name of a Danville. too madly in his bonnet to refuse to acsplendid breeder, has been reduced to$S Prof. H. L. Wallace and Judge J. C cept a nomination from his party, no candidate for office from appearing on and his half dozen or more jacks will more than one ticket. Chenault are announced for the Legislamatter what platform it constructs. will cerSTAXTFOR-O, Mrs. Christie Washington has just ture in Madison. Both aro for McCreary mako the season at terms that tainly prove satisfactory to mule raisers. An Owensboro man has brought suit died at Somerville, N. J,, leaving her son for Senator and tho former also declares A. URIJANSKY & CO. Proprietor, Read the advertisement and see (or jour-selagainst the Louisville 'Commercial for an orphan. She waa 11G years old, and for free turnpikes. $50,000 damages for characterizing him the orphan eon is 89. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Tho petition asking that an election The Winchester Democrat ays that "meanest man on eajrth." It was M the The zoological garden at London baa be held at Mt. Olivet as to whether the business of all kindi ahowad improveBranch Stores: claimed that the man, who was an un' received tho tallest giraffe ever in cap- town should have open saloons was with- ment court day. A hopeful feeling predertaker, bad held the body of a child tivity. It is 10 feet high and the finest drawn the other day, leaving the prohi- vailed and farmers are goini to work Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, IJardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, until its father would pay the charges specimen ever on exhibition. bitionists tbe victors. with a feeling that their labors will bo Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. for burial. Tte paper will doubtless Louisvil'e has voted the use of all The April term of tho Madison cir- duly rewarded. The cattle trade was plead justification and urge the fact that her school houses for the members of cuit court will convone next Monday. booiuiog 5Jc. waa freely offered for exi the Buit was brought as cumulative eyi the G. A. R., who prefer to make their Thero are 00 criminal cases on the dock port cattle for early delivery and in maYou Know Not Whkn The Cow Will dence of the original charge. of which is that ny cases thia was refused. At the expenses as light as possible. et, the most important s Startling discloiures wero made in of James Griffith, charged with the murwere about 350 of all ages, ncurly A too virtuous New York statesman the Whisky Trust proceedings. They der of young Isaac Cofieo near Berea last every thing being Bold at 3 to 4.35; a lot has introduced a bill in the Legislature show that Greenbut and his confeder- June. of mountain ewes Bold for fl 50 to $2.00 to prohibit women appearing in tights on ates got away with over $14,000,000. The Middlf sboro Belt railroad, one with lambs thrown in. IIous sold yes the stage, to suppress indecent theatrical Avoid the uncertainties of fate by seeing Gov. McKinley, of Ohio, candidate of the several ill starred ventures built terday for 4c, but were 5c. at tho river; posters and to prevent the publication of for President, iasaid to have declared be during the great mountain boom, will be 4 Jc. was refused for some to bo delivered "high art" pictures in magazines. If a would quit the republican party forever sold in a few weeks at public auction to about the middle of April. Mules were certain class of reformers could get in if it should coma out for'free Bilver. satisfy its indebtedness. The road's worth from $5 to $10 inoro than last longer worth W $451,000, togeththeir work, life would be no Correspondence solicited. Office over Haughmans' livery stable. Tho Mechanics' Building and Loan bonded indebtedness court day, and even plug horses nold the liviug to a large class and the bald er with an accumulation of unpaid inter- readily at fair prices. It was a great of tho oldest institution heads, finding their occupation gone, Association, one railroad is 28 miles in length, court-da- y in Knoxville, has assigned. Tho assets est. The and is the beginning of better would pine away and die. nearly a half million dollar?. and brighter times. and cost are $70,000 and the liabilities $S0,00O. Its intrinsic value at present it is thought A Nbhraeka editor sends usacopjr of Uncle Sam's chariot of etnto will isuotover $150,000. TftlW A. S. "! his paper containing an appeal for 10 have to be driven with great caro if it surgeon dentist; stating that unless his brethren of avoids all the ugly diplomatic stumps cents, This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you CHURCH AFFAIRS. the quill cotne to his rescue hia paper standing up in tho stretch of road now PBcoorer McRobtrti Drug- Storo In th want the very best materials, you can'not afford to overlook our lJuilcllnj. In less than a month three preachers would have to suspend. A glanco at its beforo it. Stanfara.. stock.of the Louisville Conference havo died. dreary columns convinces us that it does Tho Bell Telephono Company had a Rev. H. N. Fnulcone'r will begin a W, B. JONHS. not fill a long felt want and so far as we net revenue ita last fiscal year of $3,123,-78J. T JONK, MGK. meeting at tho Junction City are concerned we dhall interpose no obthough 30 years ago the business it protracted The best is not too good. jection in the Bhnpe of filthy lucre to its is engaged in had never been thought of Presbyterian teburch 4A ' There will bo preaching at McKen-dre- o tucking its little toe9 under the daises. by mortal man. & church at nubblo on next Sunday While war is decimating the populamorning at 11 o'clock by Mr. A. D. See-li- " Fiiist blood for Bradloy! Kenton tion Northern China, Quality and price arc right. in the fatal plague Ky. county instructed hur delegates for him of tho Danville Theological Semina-r- v Sole proprietors Dean's Mack Dutrond Koo is reported to have broken out in virfor governor notwithstanding the proPaint. Ksltmates furniined for painting Wood, Russellyille has had a great religious Metal and lion Koofi. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ulent form at Kowloon, near tests of Col. Wedon O'Neal, who didn't All roofs painted with Dean's Illack Diamond in Southern China. upheaval at the Baptist charch. Rev. Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers in belt cishave sense enough to get out of the way Phoebe Couzins, who claims to have Carter Helm Joues has just closed a tern Tumps and Galvanittd Iron Filters. of the wheels of tho juggernaut. It is been the betrothed wifo of tho lato Sen meeting in which thero were 05 couver-aiona- . worse than folly for any man or set of ator Fair, euaposts that lie was poisoned men to attempt to stem the tido for by persons interested in preventing her President J. M. Bruce, of Libeity Bradley, and as senseless as was Saul's marriage to the millionaire. as College, tendered his resignation performance spoken of in Acts 9:5. Dealer In- Succesxcr to State Senator Butler was assaulted principal of that institution a few dayB The statesmen out of jobs are being by Stato Superintendent of Public In- ugo. Mr. Bruce was led to this step tho ministry. Mr. placed by Mr. Cleveland, provided they struction Smith at Nashville Tuesday by his desire to and beaten over tho head with a hickory Bruce has made a most faithful, able and stood by the administration and kept the competent principal, and retires altostick. Smith has not boon arrested. faith intrusted to them. Tbe Illinois Legislature has defined gether on his own motion. Glasgow Outhwaite, of Ohio, baa been appointed a member of the ordinance and an old bachelor to be a man who has Times. fortification board at $7,000 a year, and reached tho aga of 32 without marrying. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. I will cany a general stock of Iluildlng Mateothers are praying that the great and Tho period when old maidenhood beK"ST. rial and by selling & Harof the gins has not been legally fixed by statute. good Grover willtako them in out Skbd oats for sale at Farris W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. wet. A mob of nogroeB waa formed at din's. OUHLTZ, bought of T. L. CarpenWichita, Kan,, for the purpose of breakUriah Dunn Tub tide is turning at last, praise the Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than haa S THE HKRD OK ever been offered here. I would call special atLord. Special elections were held in ing intojthe jail and shooting two white ter a jack for $200. tention to William Moreland bought in the Wednesday, men who nro under arrest for outraging two wards in Baltimore, which were carried by the republicans a colored woman, but they did not suc- West End a car load of 1G0 pound hogs ceed. at 3.05. last Fall by 413, resulting in a victory Made of Oak Pickets, the cheapest and best fence R. H. Bronaugh,!Pror, The cold winter may have killed tho Dallas, with a record of 2:11, brought in the market. for the democrats of '21. This is rather a peaches, nipped the peanuts and given only $050 under the hammer at PittsCrablOrchard, - - Kentucky. small thing to crow over, but the democIRON AND STEEL ROOFING for existence burg, Pa. of that fix which tbe wheat a sharp struggle racy is in the middle but it has bad no bad effect on those Mill work at City Prices F. P. Bishop Bold to Josiah Bishop a l'l.s for sale from the best types U Kejiiterd makes it thankful even for small favors. who Beok office; they like tho poor are No. 1 calf for $15 and to Al Smith seven Stoclr. llreeders secured from tne boat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited And now comes tho report that tho' with us always. head at $9. Statistics of Southern cotton mills o department has been called M. Kahn bought for M. Goldemitb, Of Lincoln County. on to deny the mails to the Blue Grass show an increase of 100 per cent, in 00 head of export cattle from J. W. Pace contains matter which looma and spindles in five years. Thero at 5J cents. Winchester Democrat. Blade, because it The New outrages decency and causes even tho are now 3,001,310 Bpindles and 70,874 Pony Beezloy sold to Montie Fox new mills are nlso 110 cattle to go June 15 at 5J. J. E. most hardened reader of the sheet to looms. Thirty-si- x Mill, The Best and Latest Improved, blush with shame. Truly indeod does projected or nro being built. Bruce sold 24 head to same, July delivA special freight train of 29 care, all Lancaster, Ky., Editor Moore hoe a tough row of stumps ery at 5c. M. F. Dwyer, of New York, has Is in his eflorts at reforming the universe. loaded with cotton goods, consigned to the In full ope'ration, Shanghai, China, left Biddeford, Me., bought of Milton Young for $18,000, 14 of now builders of Lincolnand invites its attentlen county to the material, superiot workmanship and low prices. Note has cancelled all engogo-ment- a Friday morning. The train will run to CzabKked thoroughbred yearlingB by Hanhead of. to speak, and if Congreps is not Vancouver withont a change. This id SOME: OUR over and Strathmore. And a Full Line of for- oue of the largest Bhipmenta ever called into extra session, which God made. S. M. Owens will Btand the fino muio Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Europe in Juno. May As low as hundred. The Poatoffice Department has isued jack, Balaam, and a bid, will sail for harne&s Jjpei hundred. yellow poplai $1 50 perboarding at weather Perfectly clear he, 'as Mr. Wattorson would remark, have an order for the stoppage of all mail for horse this BeaHon. His advertisement St Co per hundred. As low as $1.30 per hundred. Allpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow a wet sail and a flowing sea and a wind tho Honduras Lottery Company, includ- appears in another column. pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as 81 3 per follows fast and forget to return to ing letters addressed to E. J, Demorest as low that Call on James Douglas, president of tba hundred. Double dressed lumberfinishing us 3 per hundred, lleautilul vetlowpino heath. his native or in caro of the Central American Exoak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. Louisville Driving Club, has bought press. Deuioreet is president of tbe lot- nir bay gelding Alkoran, 2:18J,j orders. THE LANCASTKX PLANING MILL. the Tho board of equalization, increased Lancaster. tery. by Robert aicu regor, mr o,wu. 00 counties of the State. tho taxt'B in 5emi-Week- ly InteriorJourhal The warm reception accorded the train MATRIMOMLJMATTERS. Newport is to have a Tho former officials of Latonia aro said to be behind tho enterprise Tho Advocito enya that Montio Fox has bought about COO export cnttlo on this side of the river and 1,500 on tho other nido at lj to 5J for Juno and July delivery. Tho Louiavillo market broko tho record for tho sales of leuf tobacco Monday, 1,149 hogehoadfl being knocked down on "the breaks." The previous record was race-track. DON'T mi IT! Don't Hal-dema- Don't Don't Don't $3,-00- . St), . o, The consul-generalBhi- p Fancy Goods, Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Notions Shoes, Clothing, Our Bait is Bargains. : , up-hol- ds LOUISVILLE SY, STORE, f. Btock-yard- Kiek the Lamp Over. KIRBY, THE f INSURANCE MAN. PRICE, - - 5, t. JOITE3 BB03.. Tin Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, OILS. - g, ! VARNISHES. ' - Hong-Kon- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 67-i- ro A. C. Sine, B. Io WEAKEN. -- re-ent- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, HLUE-GItAS- . FOB. CASH WIRE and SLAT FENCE Duroc Jersey Red Swine post-oflic- TO THE CITIZENS Lancaster Planing OF xowrss V O'BRIEN WAGONS, PRICES: Urst-cIas- H Harness of All Kinds FARRIS & HARDIN lumber-quarte- r 73-- ,11. MMM H .1 - itmmm -? i.TfrVm. . fc rft.Tn .,.. ft ...i,fri, j, ,, &mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Dimes kooiIb at your own Slmnka'. jrico nt "Faik, followed by cloudy Stani-ord- , Ky., - MAucn29, 1895 morning." Thk latest local futi in n four-it- i hand yhlch can bi found nt SliHnka'. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Goiilrts and tumblers in imitation cut glasa only $t per dozan at Danks'. PERSONAL POINTS. Miia. torn at Mhs. Mra. J. G. II Cooi'kh Ih Frid ly TiiKH.iuutiflciitionistB are bearing down A dispatch from Jon F. Waters at on Richmond and iu complement ot Lexington saya that M. F. Klkin declineditors, Look ou , Bro. ed State Comtnandership of tbo MaccaWoods, or tho bad man'll got you. bees and wna elected Snprerno.ropreBen-tativo- . Wall Paper&Alabastine Call 3 1 I V cakes, biscuits and lightbread Ret Obelisk Flour from Hustonvllle. and P. V. Ghkkn hua been vlflitinR J. 0. Florence. L. JtoRo nt Shelby City. Complete set, butter, Hiigar, cream and Gait. W. II. Kiniir. of thu K. 0., bna spoon holder in our Imitation cut gloss been quite aick for aevernl daya. only DO cents. Danks, tho Jeweler. Mhs. MattibO. Giimon, of Williams' Oun advertising columns aro showing buru.ia viaitiURMrH. S. J. Kmbry. MibsMahy Adams, of U union ville, is bIkuh of returning prosperity. If it keppa up wo will ahortly increase tho siza of visitiiijj Mtra Martlm Pfixton Kout. Mita. Dr. I. H. Oldham, of Mtdiaon, is tho paper. ia vialtiiiK liur parenta, Kid. A. 0. Now Fon Rent. House, garden, all neces land. sary outbuildings and threo acrea of DEATH'S DOINGS. Mihshb. J. K. Oaltkh nnd Robert I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below grass land noar toll gato on tho Danville Thk Advocate says that Henry and free with each order. Gaaoy, wore in town Wed- piko. A. D. Root, Stanford. of Sam Lyons, who have been in tho clothMra. John Walker, mother of Messrs and "ivc the Interior Journal one year nesday. ing business at Danvillo for 30 years, E. II., W. S. and A. K. Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $2$. Thk Lecture Club is figuring on gottlng have Bold out to a Cincinnati firm, which rard county, and also Walker, of Gar- The New JunoBASD Mrs. J. S. kjiiinbox, oi The New Home, style five, S28. of the late Col. Garrard, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs' J. B. Mr. Wattoraon or somo other noted lee will continue the business at the same John Faulkner, died of pneumonia near All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted tnrer to come and holp it out of the hole. atand. Tho Lyons wilt start a laundry. Paxton. Paint Lick, aged 80. She was the for five vcars. 1 have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will Oarson, of Grab Orchard, Tho loss of that $130 la sitting very heavy Judaic Arch of John Miller.the pioneer foun- sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are Thk social at tho Presbyterian church der of baa been granted a pulsion. "Get up upon tho metnbera fheso hard times. Richmond, and was closely related offered: this afternoon and evening promises to tliero, Charles." ' While Wallace Wnltor'a buggy waa to many of tho most prominent familiea bo a pleasant affair. A nice little supper Mn. It. M. Moaa, of Garrard, went to standing in front of his brother's store at will ba served iu the basement and you in Kentucky. Chickering, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, 7,&00 Louisville Wednesday to sell Mra. Hayden, wife of B. Frank Hay" Faulconer, Boyle county, tho other can enjoy it and the other attractions for Chicago Cottage, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, tobacco. pounds of den, died Wednesday night at ber home Gcrts, night, a thief stole a fur lap robe, a now Kimball, Harms, of Stanford, Ijm been bat, sevornl shirts and other valuables "tbo small sum of 25 centa or a quarter near Walnut Fiat, of hca'1 dieeaso after Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince J. T. of a dollar." The money ia for a worthy And Others. & Son. granted an increaae of pension, lie was amounting to $20 a few weekB' illness, aged 42. Sho was a or moro from it. cause. Go and help the ladies in their Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders. a Mexican soldier. devout member of the Cumberland PresPlanot and Organs Tuned and Rtpalrd by one of the most competent workman I evMm, 0. R. McDowkll, of Danville, Small rox ia becoming nlarmiugly ep- efforts to Bupport a missionary. byterian church and a most estimable er knew, who served n any years In factory learning hit trade. All work warranted. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted. Hon. J. h. idemic in tho State and tho board of was up to see. her brother, woman. Besides a sorrowing husband An effort was made Tuesday to convict P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Address,, Wednesday. recognizing the danger baa sent Mayor S. O. Saunders, health Uocker of selling liquor, but eight children survive her, the youngest Dk. I. S. Wislby and Mr. Arthur out an official letter urging voluntary it was jt failure. At tho suggestion of two months old, to suffer tho lose of a vncciuntlon overy whero and compulso- partitv, who thought ho was constantly mother's tender care. Pearce, of MiddleburK and Yoaetnlto at the ry where there Is prospect of a spread of violating thu prohibition law, Constable residence at noon the funeral eermon visited Stanford thia week. ICj)k3)$ Miss IUciiel Allison, of Lexington, the disease. Benedict bad Mr. Belden goto his store will bo preached by Rev. W. E. Arnold returnod from New York, who baa just Fhkk TtMtNDKE dincuneiona have alrea- with a marked bottle and get it filled. andthe remains brought to Buffalo CemIn Imitation is with her sister, Mra. Stepbeu Burch. dy caused one unpleasantness. Somo He want aud got tho whisky leaving tho etery for interment Db. V. N. Cuaio baa returned from people aro ns wild as match bares oh the amount iu money that it called for. Dr. Knoxville, where ho wont to proapect. subject nnd will not liston to reason. tfEW ADVERHSEMRNTS. It Uocker admitted that be bad filled tho It ia tuoru than likely ho will locate is useless to get excited in the matter, bottle and tiken the money, but not for there. however. Keep on your nether garment tbo wblaky. Belden owed him an acMtssna HimikLiblb FAYNsand Grace and do not let your angry pvaiona rise. count and ho credited tbo sum on it and Tudor, two pretty young ladies from gave him tho liquor. Ou that state of All persons hiving dalmt againit the ettate ot Look in our window and you will see that you cannot tell these goods Crab Orchard, wore huio Wednesday, Thk beautiful weather of tho past week caeo Judge Davison dismissed the war- Margaret K. Illttb. deed , will present them to me properly proven before April 15, i8gt. from .the genuine. We will be pleased to show you and quote you shopping. baa put tho farmers and gardenera to work rant and the doctor went free. WALLACK E. VARNON, prices which are within the reach of everybody. Every article is useful. Mn. 2. II. MoKinnry returned yeater- - and a great deal of land is being turned Adm'r with Will Annexed. 9 day from the Chicago Oolleuo of Dental under. Tiie gardenera needn't be in too In another column Mr. John Bright Surgery looking like the windy city big n rush, however. Ono swallow presents Borno figures to show bow exagreed with him. doesn't make spring, nor do several fine pensive a luxury free turnpikes will LINCOLN COURT. Mil J. Thomas CitKUK.t, of Brodhead, days prove that winter iiaa pitched his prove, even at the very conservative is Farmers Hank and CIRCUIT of Stanford, Ky., Trust Co. IMR., against W. M. Dudderar, Delt. yesterday having bills printed tent nnd stolen away. ho makes. Iu tho first place timato that was here Lincoln Pursuant to we do not believe that tho pikes can be Court renJereda judgment of thoterm, 1855, Circuit which show that bo is soiling goods at at its February in the Fon Lire Tho caso of Henry prices. bought for fSOO a mile nnd in the Becond abOTe styled action, the undersigned Com'r will for murder resulting from firing the they can not bo worked as cheaply by Wr are glad to report that Will 0. Ows1895, On Monday, April Richmond and Miller House at Lancanter, waa given to contract at tbo public expense aa ley, who was burned at The same being the first day of the April term of too Mr. Bright makes no calcula- tho Lincoln County Court, before the court house waa thought to bavo contracted pnou tho jury at 2 o'clock Wednesday. It remained nut all night and at 11 o'clock tion for a sinking fund to pay tbo bonds door In the town ot Stanford, Ky., offer at public raonia, la convalracing. follow, yesterday wo received tho following dis- to buy tbo roads at maturity; the law re- outcry to the highest and best bidder the on the ing real situated in Lincoln county, Messrs, M. F. Elkin and Joe F. ot mx ruver first, a aro attending tho Grand Lodge of patch from our correspondent, Mr. Lou- quires a certain amount to bo Bet apart waters Lexington, aa is Landram: "Jury found Reddick guil- each year for such payment. It is plain A Tract Containing 250 Acres, Maccabeea of the World at Keeps your nose to the grindstone; you pay more ty of murder and fixed his punishment to see, however, that we can't pay for delegates from tho Tent hero. And bounded as follows: Hecinning at a black for goods; you buy more than if you pay casl walnut and lynn standing on the bank of Olx RivMil John Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, at confinement in tbo penitentiary for free turnpikes and meet tho expenses of er, above the mouth ol the first branch above life." tho county on tho constitutional tax lim- DudJerar's Mill, on the South side ol the waa hero Yesterday for tbo first time for your account is always more than you think. river and corner to Adam Spoonamore'z heirs' Tax Statu Board of Equalization has it of 50 centa on tho $100. many mouths, looking nouo tho woreo land; thence their line S. la W, 16 poles to a white walnut and sugar tree near the branch; thence up notified the proper authorities hero that from his recent spell of sickness. oak on the W. polrs to a Shot Uiasixr. Will Porter, a widow- the branch S. S. 60Sj v. 66 poles white stone, dog- Mil E. 8. Rowland, accompanied by it has increased tho assessment of every to a branch ; thence drail hnanlui oak: his nephew, II. B, Rowland, waa up from kind of property in Lincoln county 10 er of 35 with two children, abot himself wrxvl andtwo white oaks; thence thence V.a.16I w. 00 poles Tuesday, poles to line of Thomas cott S. 14 stone in the a por cent., or an aggregate of $110,757, iu the stomach at McKinney to a along tho You live easy and die happy; you buy fewer goods; Danville Tuesday. Mr. Rowland on thea.de a hill and corner Hiram tailoring establishment making tho total assessment of tho county lie waa moving to Helunwood, Tenn., to said Pcpplea line thence withof said Pepples line a Scott tract; you save big money on what you buy; you always a stone in Chicago and took a number of good nowfl,SIS,327. Tho board states that it and bad shipped his stock thither, aud K. Curtis' line N. 75 E. 181 poles tolocmt cor-in saidH.'urtts' field where tha old honey know how you stand with the world. will hear proof to show that tho increnso intending to go hluiBelfon the next train ner formerly stood; thenco with tho Curtis line X orders for suits, fee. to W. 74 poles to a Spanish oak corner; thence Mchsiis. W. F. SimmiAN and L. M. ia not justifiable on April 1, but as pre- It is supposed that he wished to cole N 14 E. 10 poles to a stake in the branch; thence Westerfleld attended tho funeral of Supt. vious attempts to chango tho board's de- brate his departure and accordingly in- down with the meanders of the branch N. 68 E. 50 I oles to a bunch of sycamores growing from W. P. Pike, Wednesday. Tho remains cision have failed it is not likely any dulged pretty freely from a bottle bo car the same root nt the mouth of said branch; thence down with the meanders ol the branch to the be wero buried in Cavo Hill Cemetery with protest will bo made. It seems that wo rled. After gotting pretty full, ho draw ginning, containing as0 acres of land. It is the verdict of hundreds who have brought their money to us and tho escort was one are to bo taxed to death and that there a self cocking pistol nnd was handling it The fecond Tract is counded as follows: of BeginMasonic honors and above oxchanged it for ning at three links east of a stone on line pretty carelessly, when tho is no hopo for us. of tho largest seen in many a day. tract ; thence H. 3 W. 53 poles 5 links to where tvtooak formerly stood; thence S. 17 W 141 interposed. In order to show them that poles t6 links, S fo W. S3 poles 4 links. N. i DivniiCK. Mis. Rosa DryoSwope, who CITY AND VICINITY. ho could raise it to a half cock without W, aia pcles 10 links to a stone at the corner of a la n daughter of Mr. Stephen G. Drye, of fciice in Spoonamo(e's lice at the turn of the road ; E. 14 links his Thk mercury waa 70 in tho sludo yea- tliis county, bus sued her husband W. P. danger of it going off, he turned tho thenco with tbencsline 69 E. 6j poles 8poles 7to the links A. muzzle to him and gave tho exhibition. to a stone; containing terdny. beginning, Swope, clerk of tb6 Owon county court, Trv us on vour SDrincr bill. We will astonisn in low nnri Slmpc; Tho weapon failed, liko a spoiled child, for divorce. Shu accuses him of wasting A NEW lino of men'B shoes just receivG8 Acres 2 Roods and 30 Poles. prices. You can rest assured yoiLwill get them a's low and many casto play when ho wanted it, but instead Ills eatatu in riotous living, drinking and ed at Shnnks'. sent a bullet into his vitals. At first ho Tho two tracts commute the old Walter Mc- es lower than any house in the country. will be sold to satisfy pherson farm. Said Thk nicest fitting and cheapest cloth- gambling and neglecting herself and ielt no pain and claimed that ho waa not the following debts: farm debt of the plaintiff tor Tho child. They were married inJunelSOO ing 1b at Shanks'. shot, but in a fow hours be was writhing S1.071.74 with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per and sho alleges that on August 0, 1891, cent frnm Jul v S, i?o. until pild and which no opiato could as- The debt of SallieJ. Hall, commllitee its cos's. for Jonn of Fertilizer. while on a visit to her parents she re- in agony, Just received a d Dailey Mcl'herson.for $S6j 14, with interest l 6 suage. per cent, from Use. 1, 1893, until paid, subject to ceived a letter ordering bur not to return W. H. Wearen & Co. Porter waa not dead when we heard a credit ol (84 47, paid Dec. 1, 1S94, and the furto liis homo. When she married sho had from 30, from him yesterday but tbo doctors say ther debt ot $336.85 withto interest of $So June JuBuy n bicycle from W. II. Wearen it a small eatato of hor own paid a credit 1S94, until paid, subject and she aaka Dcc- ' l89 nJ the P'd there ia no hope. It is nbw thought that ly so, 1894. atid.$30 77Hwith Interest from Keb. 1st, Co. and aavo 25 per cent. for tho return of tho vnluo of this estate, further debt of $118 60 ' m" tho shot was fired with suicidal intent. 1F9C. until paid, and her costs expended. The by salo of amount to Thk nicest line of Uamburgs in town about $1,300, nnd tho custody of her Portor hnd been crossed in a lovo nflair, wi.cieor so much be roalired may the necessary,mid is be thcreofai farm child. Friends of tho parties tell us tha1 is to bo found at ShankH'. had remarked juBt beforo $i,4a.3i. it is said, and uui nameu iraci 01 ajo acie win Mrs. Swope would have brought the suit ine him first. nrst sale ofaaid tract satisfies thevt said If tho Foil bargains in jewelry and watches sooner, but for tho plea of her faithless that ho hoped tho train which took sums. Interest and costs, the Com'r will not srll away would wreck and send him to hell. the other ttactj but if that does not satisfy said see DankB, tho leading jowoler. husband, who begged ber not to bring it debts and costs, the Com'r will sell the whole farm Greatly improved for 1895 and nt Cordiors' gallery while ho waa running for office, as it A pariko train nouiiKiiY on the Cin- fai said purpese Credit of 6 and 9 months In Skvkntekn pictures worthy of consideration. Teamsot Sale. would dofeat him, and promised to re- cinnati Southern was foiled early Wed- equal installments. Ilnuds with approved personfor 60c for 10 days at Rowland. security required, bearing Intercit from dale, al turn tho amount claimed. nesday morning. No. 3, tho fast train payab s to the Com'r for the parties In interest, Cut Flowbks. Leave your order for flying nt its usual rapid speed and hainc tho forcoand effect of judgment. Lien R. C. WARRKN, A Koui. Munnxn was disclosed Tuea- South, was retained, Easter flowera with "Tbo Young Ladies Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. day, when tho body of an old German when Engineer Tom Springfield observExchange." ed a man with a lantorn waying it named Apt wns found by W. M. Mna A. It. Pknsy ib tho third on the and stark in death, with two across tho track. It was '2:30 in tho of those who aro painting their list pistol holes through it', at bin home seven morning and tho scono waa near Tunnel They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Next. miles from Ottenheim. A Biblo was ly- No. 0, in Pulaski, tho loneliest spot on ing near Ids hands aud it ia supposed tbo road. Tho engineer slowed down Eabtkk Sunday is not till April 14, but that he was shot ns)bo aatrending it. Ho and the fellow pointing a pistol nt him, this weather Iibb tho smell of tho Easter bad lived in this county about 10 years told him to awnlt bla orders. Severn bonnet about it. Call and see. r r and waa perhaps GO years old. His wife men sprang to tho cars with tho inten. Jamks B. Wickkhsiiam, for shooting died some time ago'and having no chil- tion of robbing the express, when EVERYTHING Griffin nnd two assistants, openMarshal R- - O. Hughes at Somerset on dren bo lived alone. ,Y It is supposed that Cliristmaa day, was fined 25. bo was murdered'for hinjmonoy and sus- ed fire on thorn with Winchesters killing picion pointinRto George l'etrey and Joe ono outright and mortally wounding two Fon Rent. All or any number of County Attorney J. B. Paxton who have Binco died. Tho company had rnn.na in f!raic bouse on West Main Durham, warrants Issued for them, but tboy been warned of an intonded hold-u- p and bad street. For particulars, onqulro of Dr. are said tojhavo skipped out. An inquest waB ready for it. The detectiyea did their Candy, Pop-CorBalls, Egg KissSteele Balloy. was held byJSquIre A. G. Faulkner and work bravely and to tbeir coolness and es, Cakes, Beaten Biscuit, Sale tho jury returned a verdict in accordance quickness is due the failure of the Ik you want good, strong, ads, ect.. etc. My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as scheme. harness, the placo to go is M. S. & J". "W. with tho above facta. Tho doad robbors wero identified as They will sell you the best Sheriff Nowland who returned from Baugbmnn's. .OPENtho neighborhood of tbo murder yeeter Jorry Morrow and Thomas Morrow, his nt the lowcBt prices. day tells ueltbat four ehota were fired eon. There were six members of the Thk Lily Coal Mine Co., J. A. Craft, into the old man's body, two each from gang, three of whom escaped. Tho sixth : Kan-dapresident, has anaigned, with O. M. As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their 32 aud 38 pistols. Threo balls went is Sam Frazer, who tipped off tho plot to liabilities nro greatly assignee. Tho through and only ono lodged in tho body Special Kailroad Ai?ent T. K. Grillln, In Mr. R.Williams' store-room- , in excess of tho assets. and Mr. Nowland Jind that with him. who is mayor of Somerset and to whom credit of tho notablo rout is due. II o ' Call in when convenient. Fon Salb.-- To wind up partuerehip, 20 Search of tho house resulted in tho find-tn- g tbo Opposite the St. Asaph Hotel. Morof 1 120 in money, but it waa known is enid to hnvo killed the two men. sbarea stock Odd Fellows Hall Assocla row and bla gang were a menace to the o he that the deceased had over tSTOrders gladly received and tion, paying 15 per cent diytuenus, . citizens of tho southern part of rulaski to loau that amount to a friend Apply to J. N, county aud they rejoice that ho ia rid of. promptly filled. recently. Menefce or A. C. Sine. visiting her bIb- Urst-dan- a m Ik you want Wc sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes, condemned, tho only prisoner, charged Prices free. Wh want 100,000 pounds of wool, 10,' and examine samples and color cards. witli felony, was ordered to bo brought 000 pounds of bacon sides and hamp, -- one Gaddis, held hero for pounds of (fathers and 1,000 dozon for criminal Hssnult. eggs in exchange for dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes and hats, at tho lowest cash Tnr. Queen City Hotel at Burhourville price. Hughes fc Tato. built during the boom times nt a cost to mm White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials tho innocent stockholders of $25,000 The knobs aro excited over the arrival Remember the Drug Store of waa aold for taxea Tueaday and brought of Mrs. Knuie McDonald, who claima to Oils, sold at a small profit. only 2,100; aa much, however, na it ia bo a fourth-IndiaSho has been with worth to anybody. tho Cherokees for eight years and saya vs abe baa maps and dingrama of thia secLadiks, keep an eyo ou my Zieglor tion, showing where many treasures are shoes: they aro tbo most stylist;, the bidden, such Ha silver, gold, Ac. Sbo most comfortable, the most durable and proposes to give half of tho find to the tho cheapest. Also remember that 1 owners of tho land, but they had best have tho largest stock of shoes in Stan not pay out till they can see out. ford. W. H. Shanks. AND SAVE MONEY. Tuicjil nt Liberty having been con. safe-keepin1,-0- ' ' m m m g Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo M9BOBBflBT -- grand-danght- er m PZAITOS: ORGANS: in To-da- y (CUT GliA 1TOTIOE. PfcJjPite That Will Zorprise Yon. Commissioner's Sale PANKS. Credit - JEWELER. te Red-dic- k now-The- n 8, YOU HAVE TRIED BOTH. Wa-ter- a csta-te- m m 1 Cash . repro-aent- tlrst-claa- s Cash is the Only Way. Dry Goods and Carpets SEVERANCE & SON. m m - N.-fg- m m m hi m ' ear-loa- - 18l m Reliable Process. They have Proven a Success.: reBi-donee- s. TOiraa m Ladies Exchange Guarantee Satisfaction HIGGINS & McKINNEY, l)o-tecti- vo GroodtqEat. n OliOTHINGo home-mad- ll Every Saturday, Neat and Stylish Goods VAILU3K AMID B31UAUTY ,.' pay-ftbl- hav-ofler- ed Boml-annuall- y. .... . H. J. McROBERTSj J, . W T -- V .J- '3V 4. ! .H- - -,- V., t ' . rA; ."W -- ..J, '1 ! ljv m V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa TTiy SEEN IN A CORNER. ' FA !( Should Work Have a Dull ami Dreary Environment? Cabltebod Every Tuesday and Friday Itwaa snch n droary Now York offico. AT A gray monotony, roliovcd by irrosular jVD S3 l?JH3rt VICAR dashes of wind and sloot nuniust tho sWWhen not to paid S3.60 will ba charged. window panoa sky higb, but not eky lighted, relieved by tho jar and click, K. C.:iOCAl TIME CARD. click of n typewriter; roliovod by tho Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at inonotOjUona offlco door banging and yao p. m. faces appoaring and disappearing n L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. facos, anxious faces, hurried faces, each with tho mark upon it of this No. a, Train going North ......... n 37 p m snapshot at lifo wo aro all pursuing, No Mjipm tbis. kodakical rush nt a result No m, " South....... " " " No It was a very droary offlco. QUEEN & CRESCENT.'. I Bat down to await my turn upon tho typewriter, inn corner of tho huge room Tram, pati Junction City as follows: whero a traveling salesman from one of No. i South t.....- No a North t " 3 4 ,..1.30 p m onr largo southern houses had pitched ls.tam " S " -- ...u.jopm 6 " ...3.15 a m his tomporary tent. On tho walls wcro " 9 " 8 40 p m 10 ..6 00 a m fashion plates illustrating tho latest f (Do not Stop thing out colored prints of ladies of hour glass figures who, if thoy could sit down in a famous corner of tho world whoro tho immortal marblo lives and lovos forovor, would pronorfneo tho Venus di Milo frightfully "bad form;" fashion plates of gentlemen browsing on tho onds of their canes, curiously liko our mutual friend Goorgo Simpson; fashion platos of sleeves that will hido AH Baba and tho Forty Thiovos, presentlyyes, and their jars, too; fashion platos of hats composod, of a thought and a hairpin; collars that recall tho throat pinco tortures exhibited in .M towor of London for tho amusomoni tho Mscfufely of -placid generations; bicyolo suits? that settled forovex tho question of woman's A cream of tarter baking pow- rights to tido roughshod ovor old ideas der. Highest of all in leavening of fominiuity. Fashion plates, fashion plates! I eat down strength. Latest United States and thought soveral and looked at them, thoughts? Government Food Report. A dreary ofilcc. Dusty books piled shelves ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., that climbed towero ceiling,onevidences tho of tho toil by which tho world spins. It 106 Wall Street, New York. all has to bo tho toil. But why this gray, droary environment around work? Such a dyspeptio air tho offlco had Why this gray, dreary I looked up, and, lol at tho farther cud of this barren work shop n flash nnd toss of color and charm an artist's littlo squaro on tho check- - The Queen & Crescent Route announces reduced rates to the following meet ings: iy The Southern Baptist Convention to be held at Washington. D. 0., May Oth to ICth. One faro for the round trip, selling May 7th and Stb, good 15 days for MABOICM Stuiiddrd Rulo 0. 1 Rocord 2:ll)J. 1(D)!. a DR. W-- B. PEHIT-SrDentist, Stanford, Ky. Office on Main Street, , caro-wor- 1. ., ))m 1 3 io, General Assembly Cumberland Church at Meridian, Miss., May lGth to 23th. One faro for the round 4 Send for pilce current-'th- e Watsingham it6, sire of Nabotlt, it one of the yotingrrst sons of George Wilkes 319, record a as who Highest pricei ptld. Co , Kxpomrt trip, selling May 13th to 15th, good to re- suea A B Uuikhardt and Manu. nunc wiiKes "SJX, Wilcox s 16, and 61 others In 1 30 ractuivrs,Cinclunatl, Ohio, inrry likes t ij;j, uuy uses j turn until June 3rd. 16 hmls high, Notk Naboth Is a General Assembly Presbyterian blood ot HambletonUu, bsy hore.Wilkis, Mambrinoioalcd June i. 18S8. Ills pedigree contains the For HA.rCHINO. from the George Chief, Pilot, Jr , and Harry Clay ETPC crest winter laying Kgtllrown Lrg. K. CUvJO Church Dallas, Tex., May 17th to 2Gth. horns. Ji for it Uggs. Addres S. J! Ilrookn, One fare for tho round trip, selling tick $15 Crab Orchard, Kv. ets May 13th and 15th, good to return My fine Saddle Stallion, , untilJune 3rd. See or address Chas. V. Zill, D. : P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Y A. JJeckler, Dealers o Will also maks the pretent scaton of 1S95 t tlijlow price of EIGHT DOLLARS to insure a living . N. P. A., Ill Adama St. ChicaKo, colt. He it eleganll) bred and a sure loal getter. 1 will also staud A. Baird, T. P. A., Detroit. W. W. 0-003Dunnavant, T. P. A., Cleveland. 'V. 0. Rinear8on, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Ky. On the followtrir termt: I am to have the refus.-- ! of the colt at your price on September t. 1S0S, de ducting of the amount fur sea.on money, but II the price is not satisfactory to mc, I will of the amount atked lor the colt to pay for tbosoasotl. An Indiana man compelled his fam take price of uotte stock, I have gToatly reduced season fee to the hard times and ily by threats of death to watch him of Notr Owing jacks, and coniidstmg the lourIndividuality and breejlng, tliey ttand lower thin any my horses nnd their in the State commit suicide. Tres-byterian return. Will mako the scaion o( 1605. SIREP BY WALSINOHAM 2100, tiro of Latitude I'tatf and 7 or S others In tho list. by Mestengcr Duroc 106. too of Hambletonlan and tire oi Elaine tho dam Tinsel the dam of NorUme, yearling record a jiK-dsm Bess .Hliter to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletouian 10, sire of Dexter s i; Harry Clay 45, sire of thedsmt c! St. Julian a Dodlne dam Jessie Sayro by and is more that have produced a 30 trotters; also tire of the J.' 10 of Kleclloncer sire of 130 in the s 30 list. by Libirty, sonof Lance, by American Kcllpte. dam Oppoaite the Pott-Offic- e ti, RAW FURS. 1 j, At to Insure a Living Colt. williea-imD id., J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, 111-0- SIX! OB 7 one-fnt- CTJLCIKIS, All Kinds of Coal, h one-fift- h Stable two nic South of lluitotivllle on Moreland A-- Carpenter's Station pike. The Myers House, r.JW. GREEN, Proprietor. : Pure JL- Ivory New Process Vapor Stoves nnADi J. K. BAUQHMAN, Hustonvillo, Ky Stanford, : : n Kentucky. A - I an still running this Hotel and will continue to giv my guratt the polittal attsn- as well as the best the market anurdt. 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, a kc it to your house and show you its Special Attention to the Traveling Public. THE F. RILE? HOlM U. RIL.RY, Proprietor, smplicity. J. W. Perrin, William Rice, J. C McClary, John N.cvland, E. G. Waller. M. K. Wcarsn, J. W. Wallace, J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Karp, W. F. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. With-crl'eter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. aVScc the best Stove on earth be fore buying. 1 References. .London. - - - Kontuoky. I have moved to my new Hotel and am betttr ever to Srcpartd thanattached accommodate the public aud every coavealencs d. Give m. i call. 17 rRANK RILKY. 1 s, FIRST NATIONALBANK OK STANFORD. KY. y -- .For a. Tho first strango littlo thrill and harmony of color was palo bluo and soft snow applo blossoms. Tho offoct was as suddon as if tho winds of March had blown opon tho May doors, and boyond tho dripping sill laughed Rummer and sunshine, and nil was sing and soar! I starod aud stared again. I could scarcoly boliovo thoovidenccs of my two eyes. W. H. Wearen BE5T FOR 5HIRT5. tHS PROCTER & GAMBLE CO Turnpike Xleotion. J The stockholders ol the Dsnville & Crab Or chard riveart irnuctlod to meeist ine rirsi national liank, in Stanford, on SATURDAY, Al'R. 6. ifa.lorthe Duroote of electtnir directors lor JACK B08LEV, the entulog year. President. m 1 CtNTi. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trim.or,Cltan Shave, go to Oook & Farmer's Barber Shop. Jcha 13. A Japaneso screen fenced in tho artist from the cold occidental environment Tho inner shlo of the screen was a toss IB J&.JJ.A. A. IsL Brlgnoll, out ol Parley, the by Caldwell's Parrot Ililaam is a find mulojack, years old and is an excellent breeder. He is if hands, gray in color and is strictly a good one. Will also stand in connection My Cattleman. A. G. Lanbta ROYAL rjsurance Company OF LIVERPOOL BARBEE &OASTLEM AH MANAGERS, A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, JOE SAZiS I SiMM m m Wood bay, 16 hands high and a splendid Individ, ual. They will each stand at S7 to Insuro. S. M. OWENS, McKlnnty, Ky. 9 THE WORLD'S CUAMPIO.V, Gambonito 8119. I Oorataarca Building, Louisrille AsrTissssssssssB C. 'v Raeo Record SH Sireof Gilbert and sweepstake premWinner of the iums for ttandard-hre- d trotters at, the World's Fair, iS$j K5 - io. ' Having decided to to to farmln I desire to sel nrivatelv all of mvciopertt at Rowland, consist supplied s, ing of a good, new dwelling of j with water Iroui th Stanford Wsler Works. The lot on which the house stands ecntsliu of an acteand lies jutt outside of the town limits of Rowland. The outhoutea are numerous and in a new store room SOS40 located ty's office. f:ood repair. of Alto Crab Orchard and "Cut-Oil- " forks the pikes. A splendid stand for one desiring to tn- In the mercantile business Also a vacant ot on Shanks Ava. in Rowland. The aboe described prsprrty cott me $,!$, cath. I will sell It forjl.soo f 500 cash, balance in 6 and l months For lurtber inlormatiou can on or aaareta. 1 im J II. MILTON, Rowland, Ny. five-elth- tht Attention of the public is invited to IL U t that this is the only National llaak in Stanford Under the proviiioas of the Natioasl Hank are secured sot only by the capital liability lor aa LwTt. stock, but bv the ttockholdcrs amount equal to the stock, so mat depositor! ol Ky. to C 1.. Carter, Urdgevilla, 94 this Institution are secured by a fund of $490,00?. Five sworn statements of th. condition of the biok are made the United DAHMQ TwoUrgebncVonrt ment and each yeartoate eaatulucd Stales governitsaticts at JtvUUlVlO. in Stanford, for sale by government agents, thi'i securingstaled timet addititoua or rent. Tboy are on Mln dir.ct, in the, principal andperfect safely to depositors. Mrs. M.J, MILLER, Maufoid. block. 75 This institution, originally established at the Deposit Hank of Stanford la iljl, then lied aa the National llaak vl Stanford In iS6 nd igain First National iUuk el "W. Suatord ia iSSi, has had practically an uuntcr-rupt- td riiitcocoof is year. It it better supplied now with facilities for trantacUngbutiaets prompt Law, ly and ItberaUy than cter before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. Will ac". as Executor, Administrator and Assign- The Directory ol this Bank is composed ol Koreitus Kd, Lincoln county ; of Special attention given to Scttls-nent- t S, T, Harris, Lincoln; and Division of tales, as Attomey and J H. Collier, Lincoln; nlants Lands. J. W, Ilaydeo, Stanford; Office on Lancaster St. overSupl.jW. K. McCIa & Co. Capital Stock Surplus ...-.'...- ....- S200,ooo 21,300 MAPLE SYRUP, yfe re-or- TTT.1 1rtA TTm.rr ny Attorney at Stnniord, - - Kentucky. ndo-cian- ct, Fs-Sa- le 90 S.ll. naughmanLincoln; J.H. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. THI LADIES t Xgaats throughout the South 7. . TSXSBL1, Local Aftxiu STANFORD, KY. A?T ARTISTIC Portland. San Francisco. ...Totte., NORTHWEST limni lOUISYIltCmwAlBAITCHICAt6"HrTS: ..Via The Only Dining: Car Route From X.OTJISYXIX TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Steepets of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E.H. BACOV, FHANK J.iREID, D. P. Agent, 1U. f. Agent Louisville. Chtcagu. - ,M.....i..M.. j Denver. I ! a. 'MONON" Route. Be SURE to can for St. Paul. j ...ef . IsjORFOLK RAILROAD. XjXUhXO ESTERI. ALL POINTS: VmO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCSKS8N, MISSOURI, KANSAS, liEBRASK, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, sv J1S TEXA, --v T, , OT STANFORD, KY., roso winged birds, or uowcr sprays . Isaow fully orgaalsud.'and ready for business with and grasses, a sudden sunlit, "Of Japan, $25 to Ins are a Living Oolt. i of Japan!" let down on this ico bitten Ky. Paid up Capital of Gambonita a 19K1 tbe handsome black son of 9200,000. island of Manhattan. And I boliovo tho that great young sire, Gambetta Wilkes a ty, has My stock of Millinery and Notions Is kept .i Office Up Stain; First Door East of . anu after iO0O. artist was working at "My own Ilugi-pa- n U.cn declared b tho highest authority,the finest erta' Drug Store. complete by weekly purchaies and ou Surplus, through the most trying tests, from Japan, from Japan!" can always find what you want I Invite you to Wus going and most perfect specimen ol atandardbred trot, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL call and Intrcct. that inoenso Jifting and lifting to her? ting stallion that lives. Uambonitowears the o lit. DANK OK STANFORD, trotting MISS LICCIK REAZLstY, I caught tho warm fragrant breath. No, clalstal as being the handtoa.es: seen thestallion kiogly VT. in the world, and aU who have bun ford, Ky Now closing up) with theaamt ass. U and undar only tho smoko from tho artist's pipo as form and lordly bearing of this proud inoaarch of the same mansgement. the ho worked away, humming a quaint air longequine world know howbyjustly the mantleb so Law, lAttornoy Mambrino King By provisions of Ittchaiier, depositors are at and so worthily worn of thoiar away. And this is how ho had lonss to this grzud production oi Kentucky hone- fully protected as aie depositors in NatloaeJ - raamhlp. Gambonito la a jet black ttalliou, jutt Uanks, its shareholders being held individual)) xnado himself happy: 16 hands high, weighs t,i6o pounds, and as an in. liable to the eatcnt ol the Cuat of their slock Abovo tho desk was dof tly urranged a dividual worthily wears the tltl."lhe finest bred therein at the par value th.reol, in addition 10 ln I desire to call your attcutlon to the fact that I amount awsruea mm invttted In such shares. It may actaa palo bluo silk curtain. It ran up about , trotting stallion in tne world, IXat sna strit'rls.H t oy Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court am ready toseive you in I)rts Mating in any eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Itiai Lta iAinmittaA tWO yards, finished by n narrow Rlltierando Ue offered lor staudard bred stallions five House. Collections receive especial attention. tS and allsttlc. I take the best fashion Journals sa individual. and kecd posted on what ladles should wear. To old ?nd over and. ' fir,t J",e .for tu molding. Outlinod against this sky back- "? Come in and clve me a trial. while those who entrusted their buisincss to 31 Prlcva reasonable ransging the Lincoln National llink Any age in harness. Thus he was win- .'stallions ', Of " I employ nona but fir.l class help. ground OI blUO Wero tWO branchos Slanlord, w. we here tender our many thanks anil of the two most important pnzea offered at the Iner At present I can bo found at Mist Carrie Por trust they will continue to transact their butineaa applo blossoms. Theso gavo you tho May World's Columbian LxDOsltlcn D. S. ter's rcsidtnceoa Lancaster Strt. with us, otforing as a guarantee for prompt atta-lio- n His first colt, Gilbert S4 at 3years old, won MISS MARY D.SMITH, Respectfully, vista and thoT possibilities of summer four out oi fivs races in 189) as He to same, our twent? years' eaperleocc ia Stanford, Ky. 77 6m Hustonvillo, Ky., banking and as liberal aecouimodatioEs at arc cob-- r across tho pessimism of tho offlco. And breeds speed and individuality. Il you want to Gambonito stent with sound banking. the thero wero pictures of roses, and of raise the kind to sell, his colts; theyis will one to Good White Seed Oats for sale. speak breed to. Call and see mxacTon;. for themselves, maidons. of no date, but of all iinio, and SPRING AND SUMMER. Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. a plaquo of littlo loves, above whom Williams, Mt. Vernon; Something to Beautify the Ladies. J J. H. Shanks, Stanford; tho bird of wisdom sat, glaring owlish-ly- , . Furniture and Stoves. growlishly down a MInorva look J. S. Owsley, Stanford; 1024 Saddle Horse Register. Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Step in and see a Dally opcnlning. New Hats, flowers and laces S J, Embry, Stanford; at tho twain. On tho loft sido of tho lit- Mabogooy bay, 15)4 bauds, soundin every parnice line of Rocking Chairs and Furniture. We give the assliranco to the trade that they will Stoves cheaper Iban eer belore. J. B. Owsley, Stanford; tlo door abovo tho artist's head was a ticular. Foaled May, 1891. by find In our establishment the same escluslventss RED I'RINCtt aiaoic ana uiacasmiui anop lor reuu J. F. Cash, Stanford; In ttyleof patterns, hat and benncta and all the picturo of a fluo Itomingtou horse; on byaired byDenmark 70, by 34, Second Jewel t8, V Washington Denmark Jewel leading novoltlea in Millinery for which we ate William Gooch, SUnlord; tho right, n skotch of big white roses, 64, by Gaines' Dtnmark 61, by Denmark P. S., by JAMES II. YEAGER. throughout the country. H GEO. II. COOPER. known A. W. Carpenter, M llle!gell!, Hedgeiord. trimmer for the seaI hate secured a luscious and deep. A tiny pon and ink Imported Diamond 514, a brown mara, 16 bands, 1st dam W. II. Cummins, Preachers ilia son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectdrawing of a guitar was tnckod in abovo by Nobby 36, sire of Nobby, Jr., ais, by Garrard fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally S. II. Shanks, President, Chief, sire of M. D. DUDDLRAR tho roses, and I wondered in whos,o fair Chief, and the liasll Duke a sSH, uy Mambrino bestswed. world Dt. J, li. Owsley, Cathltr, dams of t.ambonito a KATfc DUDDURAR, Manager. 'hand tho nrtist had sketched it and champion, and Lady Yciter, dam of 19, 30 or j.ni W. M.Br ght, Tel cr ...Proprietors of......... Ltlamond 513, by Len Rogwhat song had sparkled and coquotted better,3d sd dam Old dam by Gaston's Lafnyctte. ers. or gazed and glowed liko my lady's ojes Thornton fatar is the kind to breed to. You find JLivcry "STour as sho gavo tho- - love song of farewell. on his sire's aide he runs back to Imp. Hedgeford. STANFORD, KY". On It dam's aide he has tho trottinc crota ol Nob Do you 6eo that littlo door abovo tho by, by Mambrino Chief 11, and is the sire of two Haviog bought of P. W. Green his Livery busartist's head? It was locked. I am won- 2:30 trotters; betides Nobby Is sire of a great many iness and added new buggies and horses, we arc I will go to any place where there are six or of our best saddle horses, and sa registered sadprepared to furnitli more rattle to uehorn. I do the work with the dering what ho keeps in tho littlo dle stallion and alio trotting stud. Lichtnlng Dehoruer. Can dehorn auy cow In "safo" tho lovo letters of tho lady Diamond, the dam ot Thornton Star, la 16 hands makes a three seconds. The FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS cut, dots not crush knife break the cloan, smooth horn, as the nor and is ono ot the finest mares in Kentucky whoso was tho guitar, who woro tho She a noted show mare with grtat style and acdoes. It Is the only humane way to deshort rosos, and who now looks away from tion. is His and dam was 16 bands and as fine as Onalways notice. The traveling public will find clipper Docs not punish the animal like the saw, us ready and willing to turnith t' horn anybody's. Thornton Mar was exhibited last year and the wound gets well u quick again as that him in tho finished drawing bolow? Wagons, either single or double, or Carna number of Kentucky call old at Va-OB- Utn very LOW PRICES. The made by the saw. For further icformstlon, Ky. Useloss to nsk. But tho littlo door as a and only met quite once or twice, always ages of ail kinds at town will alto find us deleal fairs G. A. PEYTON, btaufotd, boys in and around peu on in the saddle stakes. XIo lot. absorbed mo, as it may absorb her being a contending horsoseason be tne boss among pie to deal with; Stop with us when in the at See the Lightnog Pruning Hook. town will, I aud thought and tho hot lines from hor saddle think, tbiscomlng hoiso that beau him will courtswill beentertainments and your horse and vestalliont, and tho hicle well cited for. make his owner proud ot the job. He is fine in hand. YKAGER & COOPER J. V. Ha it, il ii an M.S. BAVCHM4N. evgaits and every parllculai goes all 8; A very delicious littlo "cornor bis- ery thing right to, a lettei, the it should can doWill . Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky be. as cuit" this that I havo found. And tho erve a halted number of marts At $15 To Incash actual accossorios can' bo purchased for sure, or $10mares time of service. should change bred and in loal Note If 01 COUNKn. To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which t am opening; up. I pride mytclf that it it w.ll ist dam Maud, by Garrsrd Chief, sire of Basil Let your Painting, Papering and CalcImlnlnR un- telected'and thst It is bound to pleat. Having Duke and Lady Veisr, dam of five in a .v til you see lielden brothers. Wo furnish to bought lor cash and being determined to sell for I m. 'ia am Heme, oy tonot imir uoyce 14, by list. s work, or no cash, I cin sell at the lowest postlble prices. An material and guarautee Cotbetu. 3d dam by Helms Yorkshire, thor- money. Address, Stanford, Ky. examination will convince you. 101, oughbred MRS A A. McKlNNEV. 6 uarafconlto 8419 will make the season of 1895 at Central Park, at the low price of Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19 j. Slruwr4 ill a jj list, CORDIALLY INVITED I T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKlnnty; M.J.Miller, ML Vernon S. Hocker, President: Joha A il. I). Elmore, Jrlbble, Stanford; Stanford; DON'T first-clas- J. McRobcrts, Cashier; A. MeKln"ay. Atiur.nt Chl- - tint ...'".a... ..... first-cla- ss Farmers Rank&Trrist Cd SB. B. COOS, Stanford, to Tax zADzz3 Mcltob-3-im- coo-stant- n S. at i Stanford, Kentucky. TO THE LADIES. t Vt sk CARPENTER, THORNTON STAR. first-da- is Yeager & Cooper, andQFccd Stable, iDh.qrn 1 Ca.ttl. y. Drum-iner- r IDA u. iu Wm, 2I NO&TB-WES- S0HTH-WS- S1 FIRST CLASS. SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE But then heart I you want tho art and tho Lucy Cleveland. hands, money ducat that time. Mates kept at reasonable ratea, but not resontlLIe lor accidents should any occur. 9 Carriage Fainter. M.S.&J.W.Bauyfiman, fKormiTUKs WM. M. HUE. Danville. SALE OF NORTH AND EAST. niLLMAH VESTIBULEO COACHES, 8LEEP1HC AMD D1NIMG CflB! SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HGRFOLKWESTERN CHEAPEST. Ttme-Tablc, 'ii RAILROAfi BCSTANO QUICKEST LINE. Tho Chicago Herald gives credit to women iutulluctuully mora than any other great newspaper in America. Th" gifted Mrs. Margaret Sullivau is ona of its editorial writers, aud ifs Now York correspondent is n woman, too, Mrs. Edith Sessions Tupper. May every ouo of tho Chicago Herald's ownors becomo millionuirtri frtui tho earnings of that papor. Buffalo has as a member of its board of school examiucrs Mrs. Lily Lord Lincoln County Bonds, The undersigned committee will on Call and exan irtj my work carriage lepilntou. 1 am located in the only'shop in town in wiucn line work can no done anu will be here permanently. I solicit a share of v our patronage which I will endeavor to merit br hirst class workmanship and fair trestmeutol all. Shop in aienciee iiunuing on uepor sireei. A. H. KIN LEY, Stanford, Ky. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-clas- Superb Descriptiv Writo for Rates, Mapa, Unjphlcu, to any Station Agent, or to W. B. aCVILL, wViraManeitt. 4MAaOUC,Ta. ALLIH HULL, t. Blr. ra--Mr if COlOWa, 0. la) Tratla maJOU.Tl M. f. BStaoO. Fata, lifft. ay, sell publicly In front of the dor in Stanford, Ten Lincoln county Bonds of tie denomination ol Jjoo each, bearing 6 per cent, from date and payaole annually ist KENTUCKY. day ol July. The oonds are to mature in Jo years with privilege reserved of paying them after. to G M. DAvTbON, years; Offers hit services o tne people ol West Lin cola and Casey Counties, run stock of Colllnt J. F. CUMMINS, and Caskets always on band, J. B. PAX ION, D, S. Carpenter, Manager. Committee. 2 95 County Conn Conrt-House Monday, April 8th, 1895, J. T. SUTTON, : : for rates. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but s turnouts will leave our stable. See ut In our HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, Bri dles, Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by our man, he understands bis business. We have a mechanic in our UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, sonvllle. Through Sleeping; Car to Birmingham, Albany. Knoivllle, Aahevllle, Jackaoa, Vlcktburn and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Loa Angelea ami San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Send .A,.L.T ,N To Lexlntrton, Ctisattaanoosxsi, Birmingham, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon aad Jack. us, FROM CINCINNATI Vestlbuled Trains BLACKSMITH SHOP. s work and satisfactory Will guarantee prices. Tiy our bone iboer. first-clas- Literature end Time Tables. TO CHATTA.NOOO.A CHAS W.2ELL, D, P. A.. 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