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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895040201 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. ijffrT' -- - JlgWt' "f '' V "iRTi V r I ' 3 i vol.xxiii. Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. 1895. ITEMS. KIDD'S STORE, CASEY COUNTY. n u. '0 I Everything in our line, such as- weath must drop over and mvestigato tho site before es- er. iot ono Iibi boon seen or heard of Richmond, will represent Central Un iversity In tho Oratorical tablishing a branch office at another since the weather opened up. contest. point. Tho Baptists have authorized WilTho Board of Equalization reduced P. W. Ream was summoned to tho liam Miller and J. V. Coffey to sell tho the assessment of Boyle county lands 0 bedside of his aged father at Ada, O., by lot Just bnck of the church purchased per cent and gave 10 per cent, off on a dispatch, which excited great appre- some two years ago for a parsonage hension of a fatal Issue. Miss Pauline Mr. Thoo Wesley loft on tho 27th town lots. Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Tabic and Pocket Cutlery, Morgan Chinn is announced for ,tbe Mayes, of Springfield, spent a week with inst. for Doyle, Tonn , whore he will Legislature in Mercer. It is the old her mother's relatives near here. Kyle next Sunday, wed Miss Nannio Stow-art- . fight against Gov. McCreary, but it Mr. Wesley ia a young man of good Bohon, of Decatur, III., ia spending a habits aud is doing a thriving drug and wont work, we hope. month with his fathur'n fmil Tho Georgetown News says that the leaving on a European tour. J. B. Fos- grocery business here, while Miss Stew ?,rfj Come now and help yourself while vou have ter was In this vicinity Tuosday to get art, wno is a sister of Mrs. J. N. Huff, is two hounds brought from Lexington to irau mo assassin of Farmer Al Wright from our neighboring nurserv matnrll aald to bo a most lovable young lady. were not bloodhounds, but "two little Goo. Durham, tho Junior member of s for a orchard and n small fruit coon and rabbit dogs." tho firm of J. M. Durham & Son, is in garden. Quito a mystorious death occurred at Uncle Jeff Woodson, a pioneer resid Louisville buying goods. Messrs. G R. To select from. London Friday. Miss Sue McHargue got ent of our near by and widely-know- n Jeter and John Wesley returned from up and ate a very hearty breakfast and neighborhood, LoDg Branch, a good old Lexington Friday, where they had beqn colored brother of irreproachably good as delegates to the State meeting of the seemed to bo onjoying the very best of character, has nearly nil winter been a Knights of Maccabees. Messrs. Dock neuiiu. ooon aiterward she was taken great sufferer and wns but yesterday re- Drye, Jus. P. Goode, Jus. Allen and Jas. very ill, suddenly, and went into convulsions ond lived but about 20 minutes. ported dying. His many warm friends Frye.nll Huston villians, wera here ThursCircuit Judge James E. Cantrill has will be glad to hear that he is much im day fishing. been sued for $10,000 damages by James proved, though hopelessly disabled, and A Mr. and MrH. Uuppiuger at New Mccook, a Georgetown carpenter, whom our good Samaritans muy shower their York got into a warm diacuBtdon the oth- he sent to Jail for contempt andjthe gov9 chanties on tho deserving old jnan with er day over the morals of Trilby. MrB. ernor pardoned because his family needan abiding assurance that tho episode ed his services. McCook badrefused to which Imortallzed their great exemplar Cupplnger was finally led to emphasize OF SPRING CAPES. her remarks by smashing her husband testify before the grand Jury in a whisky will be fsteemod but a fitting parallel by HV.UsB.F that Just and impartial Tribunal that will over the head with an earthenware jar. case. We certainly have the finest collection The injured man was taken to the Senoy pass upon their good deeds. of Spring Capes ever offered in any inland CHURCH AFFAIRS. Hospital. The Ream Company aro delivering town. For style, quality and make up, A personal checA for $100 drawn on B. Fay Mills, the evangelist, will belarge bundles of stock, from their an Omaha bank and presented An any gin a Beries of meetings we know of nothing superior. They range at Lexington nuraaries on Ohelf's Ridge, a few bank in the City of Mexico is immed- April 3. miles 'South woiU of this city. The healthy. in price from Si to $ 12 and every Cape iately cashed with 203 or 201 Mexican There are 52 students from lOJStales Norfolk, Vs., la the largest horso Messrs. Ream aro skilled and indefatigagood style and well made. You can not market in the South. This buaincM ims ble horticulturists, who ore rapidly de- dollars. This Is ono of tho beauties of at tbe Louisvillo Presbyterian Theologiafford to select your Spring Wraps withtho freo and unlimited coinago of silver cal Seminary. been established and developed in the monstrating tho remarkable adaptability as it exists -- Tho Rev. Sam Jones has 'cancelh d in our siator republic. out examining ours. The prices, styles Jaal few years. Last year it amounted to of our mountain soil to fruit and grapo Omaha Bee. his Hopkinsville engagement because of I $1,000,000. and make up will commend our Capes to growing, in tlio nursery specimens they Euphrates Esculapius Endymlon the opposition of ministers and church Next Monday will bo horso show have developed on one of the oldest the most fastidious. . Don't forget while McJimsoy is the name of a clerk in tho members. day here. Come to this ofllce and equip worn mountain farms. Their farm imin our store to examine our Dress Goods, During tho revival by Evangelist yourself with advertising matter to prop- plements and advanced methods aro a Recorder's ofllce of Marysville, Mo. He signs his name with a rubber stamp. both in wash goods and woolens, ranging Fife, at Fulton, a committee of about 10 erly introduce your entry. You can do revelation to us old fogies, who have ad-- Jake Kilrain wants to fight John L. ladies visited tbe saloons andinvitod in price from 5c to $1, and these are betthe vanced Httlo beyond the forked stick bo at a minimum cost. proprietors to attend tho meeting. The ML Vernon Eaglosays that Reu. plowa of the Orientals, and tho wooden Sullivan again, ter goods than ever offered at the price. Evangolist D. L. Moody ia holding ten Williams, of Stanford, bought the s of our pioneer ancestry. An animated discussion, punctuated Wcalso have about 50 patterns of silk shirt waists, to which we meetings in various cities 201 acres of land near Conway sold by Our timbered holdings appreclato in val- with objurgation, recently took place In Dallas thojeongregatfons of Texas, In invite special attention, ranging in price from 25c to $1.50. numbered from Judge W.E. Varnon as administrator of ue m wo realize the'r possibilities with a a town council up North. Finally one 3,000 to 8,000. All the churches are folTo the Gentlemen: We would especially address ourselves on the Mrs. Bibb for $101. As it lies along tho graceful submlesion that inevitable and of tho disputants givo tho other the lowing up tho work with interest. railroad, It would seem that Mr. Williams lnexorablo alternative .of hard work or Ho direct. The latter, subject of Clothing. Come and see our new Clothing room with all made a plunge There baa been a large addition to the baa a bargain. no crops, coupled with a determination ai mm, ana as our new things in Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Shoes, Hats the pair came to number of synagogues In all parts of Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool. and adoption of the tools and grips, tho first exclaimed: "I reiterUnited Statesiwlthin thejlafltlfew years. and Furnishing Goods. Highest market price guaranteed. Be- plans. These knob or mountain lands ate that you are a liar." Where- Wherever a dozen Jewsjare ,'gathered to' fore you sell, see my agent T, S. Elkin, have boon donudod of tbolr once valua upon the other remarked: "On, if that's gether, a synagogue is (set Jup. New Lancaster, J. 8. Moborly, McKinnoy, ble timbers and many landholders now tho case I accept the apology. If a man Wm. Rout, llnstonyille, Wallaco Steele, realize that they havo given their wealth says he reiterates, that sail any gentle-ma- York has moro aynagoguea than any othcity tho world. New York Sun. Rolling Fork or myself at Stanford, Wil- to the saw mill man and speculator in can ask." Accordingly he relaxed er in liam Moreland. oxchange for employment at meagre wa- hla hold, and is still unable to Tho Osronaboro Inquirer says; "Dr. account Nfatl k Co. shipped 0,000 dozen eggs ges to market those timbers in boards, for tho roars ill leave in of laughter which greeted aud Mrs. W. J. Holtrclaw a few weeks for Europe anda tour of the this week for which they paid "Jc. ties, staves, spokes, shingles and his observation. D. Harris void nino hogsheads of Holy Labd. While on the other side of It but remains, now, to grub, "The best thing you can do," said the the water he will conduct a revival meettobacco In Louisville at $15 to $17.25. R. aweat, reduce the slopes and crests to IlVTGTfiKrfVV V W 111. M.jam.'rw SAAtDCi, A. Coaby sold 100 barrels of corn at $2 "clearings," which invito culture, etud prisoner's ottornoy, "will bo to plead ing in Scotland with a friend who was a I have arr immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluand 40 nice feeding hogs at 3. Rich- mom with fruit trees, grapevines, and guilty and throw yourself on the mercy fellow Btudent in the Theological Semitionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned befow will seem immond Register. nary at Louisville. canes, assured of hungry of tho court." "But I'm not guilty!" answerod the -- Tho Mt. Olivet possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming D. J. Curry A Ruo Bold to Jako Pat- and eager purchasers. prisouer. "I wont confess to a Bays that Rev. J. L. McConnell, of Rob to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of terson, of Jessamine county, sir mules at We were Inconsolable in the transfer these $30. Messrs. Curry fc Ruo paid $33 per from our depot Moreland to Burgiu of thing I didn't do!" ertson county, "has been an active min- goods will arrive in the next t. days. . "Then we'll get a continuanco of the ister for 55 years. In that time ho has head for these animals and had them fed Mr. Haines, one of tho most uniformly in tho stable bIucq Novombor 1. The courteous, accomodating officials that case for six weeks and you'll have to let preached upward of 30.000 sermonB; bapsame firm also sold to Bob Scott, of over attended tlie travel, traffic, tele- your beard grow. If wo go to trial to tised over 7,000 converts; married nearly A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat S1.50 worth S3. a pair of mules at $110 and graph and oxpress business of a R. R. day your mug will turn State's evidence 4,000 couples and is still an active preach- Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. Mens' sandals worth one four.year-olat $12.50. Harrods station, till wo heard that he has been against you." or. for 4Sc Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits 75c burg Democrat. for succeeded by BertShowmaker, who disTho women who adorn themselves The total production of raw rugar in 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens carded his kilts for at with fine garments on Eister morning "To buy tho turnpikes and mako them Stanford. Bert is and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $5 to Hawaii in 1893 was over 150,000 tons. tho quintessence of aro but following tho superstition of free," said a wealthy farmer and heavy gentility, and wo yet havo It is due to the late M. Worth to say SiS. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elerantlv trimmed and cnuse to bless their faraway forefathers in Saxon Eng-lau" would bankrupt the county tho that he didn't invent tho balloon made for.S12.50 to S15. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods management of tho O. 8. in tho item for to wear old clothes on that day sleeves. and soon give us back tho old mud of agents, if are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. not all roads. There was a titno when the doubt if a Bingle others. However, I will bring sad crosses in love. In Poor Three Western Governors and a station can comparo Robin tho ancient custom responsible S county could well have bought the turn- with ! Judge say that the exercise of sufMoreland in uniform affability, for this modern law of fashion is refer- frage by women in their States is bene- Woolen dress goods in pikes, and it would have been n paying great variety of style and quality and and efficiency of its agents red to thus: know investment. That was many years ago since tho fiting tbo people and politics. that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them first train was run over the EaBtV lot your clothes be new, At when tho stock was cheap. Why, 1 reThere is a firm iu Ohio which sup- lower than the lowest. road. Agalh, "honor to whom it is duo." Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unwr emu oe auro you wm it rue. member when tho stock of tho piko be- We8 plies collego students with "original ora- til you see how cheap I will Hocker mado easy sailing for his sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have tween Dunville and Stanford could bo "Beg pardon," said tho garrulous pas tions" on any subject of any length, at in all the latest novelties, both in successors. Wes was tho pioneer agent style and color. I have a line of bought for $3 per share. In fact I and encountored many difficulties and senger, "but I think I he ml you ad- from 5 to f 15 each. The same firm also check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for bought SO shares pf it at that price. .Tho hardships suggestive of his and Login's dressed as professor. Might I inquire furnishes essays, lectures and sermons half price road had run down and was in poor con- oxperioncea at moderate rates at the old fort near Buffulo what chair you hold?" Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They dition. Since then, howovor tho pike Spring. "Tho chair right next to the door," When patience and persuasion The worst of nil misalliances Is that of are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. has been built up and the stock is worth proved unavailing with tho obstreperous answerod tho professor. "I run a shop tho heart. Cham fort. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si 15 something like a decent price." Tho element and onduranco was worn to a of my own." Lovu is tho beginning, middle, and worth $3. closed by spying that ho bea?Th: sequel Buy and sell for Cash. gentleman frazzle, Wea snatched his old Hint lock The first Easter morning was the day- end of everything Lacordaire. lieved in tho old principlo of tho dancer from its JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. rust in antlers tineB, and open- break of immortality, the dawning of Love ia a torrent that one checks by paying tho fiddler. Danvillo Advocate. ed on tho enemy through a porthole with tho light of hope and faith and Joy, nev- digging a bfd for it. Commerson. such soothing ofiect that chaos has over er agaiu to fade out of tho skies. LyNothing is more difficult than to Tho Easter egg Is in Germany a Na- since yielded to order with rare and triv-il- l man Abbott. chorwt n good husband; unlpss it be to tional institution, an Inheritance from ojrcepMon rhoose a good wife. -- J. J. Rousseau. tho heathen Teutons, sanctioned by To tho Democrats of Lincoln County. Free turnpikes and United States Martin Luther, who pronounced tho egg Senators aro I am a candidate to represent Lincoln count? In not robbing Buoklln's Arnica Salvo. "an emblem of tho rising up out of tho ) much sleep. Silver ia us Gasoyites of the next Letfnlaturc of Kentucky, tubject to tlie 1 he best sahe in the woild for cuts, bru'ies, one of tho glor action or the Democratic party. I stand squarely sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fsver sores, tetter, chap- grave of our Lord Jesus Christ, fn tho ious hands, chilblains, corus and all skin eruptions, remiuiBcences, and mention of the upon the National Democratic platform, tndorse t positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It is Have just received a full line of sitinit manner as the chick, entombed, as subject invariably oxcitea- -a desire to Cleveland and Carlisle. Am (or James U. McCre- puaramccu 10 give pericct satisiactloa or money it were, in tho egg, is in due time see, anyhow, as much as Pnco at cents ner box. For sale by ary lor U. S. Senator and in lavor or Free Turn- Hiiuiium a quarter. Tho A Penny Sunfod, Ky brought to life, so did our Lord nriao from few democrats pikes. Itespectlully, who modestly think of M. F. Mouth. tho gravo to givo us life," said the great politics hereabout, Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Conta were a Httlo surnris reformer. Upon receipt of your addtcss and 15 cents in od to see tho aunouueement of M. F. All Froo m stamps we will mall you our Souvenir have used Dr. Those Now Oiscov There aro five polecat farms in the North, of your county, as a petitioner for ery knowwho value and thoseKing's havo uot, have '1 rtfoho oftha World's Columbian Exposition. And us who REPAIRS. Full line pf chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. he regular price ia 50c, but as we want you to United States that yield 20,000 market- domocratio preferment to the Legisla- now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the ad havo onflwe makt the Dries nominal. Vnn ..111 vertised druggist and get a Dial bottle tree. Send fieJ it a work of 'Art aud a thlug to be priied. It Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine able skins every year. It may be added ture. In our part of tho political vine- your name to 11 t. llucuen .v Co , (Jliica go, and ' contains full page views of the Rreat bmldingi. trial bottle however, that all tho akunka in tho yard it is an invariable practice the un- - cot a as a copy ofof llr. Kiucr'a New Llie 1 ills as wlthdeicrlpticusof same and Is evecuted in the our goods before purchasing. Guide to Health and liouiehnld well 01 art 11 country are not confined to these farmr, written law to honor a faithful servant Instructor free. All of which It guaranteed to do nignrsi uyic will refund not sausnea with It alter we vou the stamps and let vou you good and cost you nothing at A. K. 1'tnuy'j keepirt it tho book. Address H. E. Uucklcn 4Co, with a return to tho tread-mil- l Hopkinsville Kcntuckian. to "set drugstore. butwkvj .11. Glen-water," . for $500. Paris Nows. W. A. Tribble liaa decided to again let Ball llros., of Woodford, handlo bis great show mare, Kato Malloy. B K. Wearon baa bought of J. B, Paxton 2,400 bale of timothy hay at 50 cents per 100 pojtnds dolivored Horsemen think that Beuzetta, 2:12, tho Futurity winner, ought to go in 2:05 this year. Gua Macoy haa her again. Tho nine tnillioh mark haa Leon passed in marketing the cotton crop, which is over 2,000,000 bales greater than tho last season. -- G. & O. P. Cecil aold to V. P. Hardy, of Sehna, Ala., the colt full brother to Cecillnn, 2:191, for $1,500. Advocate. California haa a splendid orango crop thia year, and Abundant rains through tho winter season Insures grund fruit crops of all kinds. Budd Doblo says that ho believes thateHher Hallona, 2:11; Prince Her Bcnei:iu, or iviinru, .irjj, will eomo day reach the mark. April is the best month to apply manure to the orchard, an the growth of the trees starts then, and tho fowling roots are ready for tho food within their reach. Samuel Duddornr, of tho Gilberts Crock section, has two owes that have had seven lainba this year. Five of them aru living and thoy are all fat and two-year-oCo-cilitwo-minute -- Win up again" as a target for the squibs OF A LOCAL NATURE. . John R. Gentry will servo 10 niarca Mies Suo Reld Marimon, daughtorof miiHioua country-cousieditors and : ,, boforo he la put In training. scaI court of Lauro1 ralfl0(1 the Rhv. David Mnrlinon, of California, Ky correspondents when copy is scarce and taX ral fr0,a 1L lo M cta on the 100' J. E. Bruce botmht of Duddorar is with her mother's relatives in this vi- why an exception of Hon. Hnrvoy Helm? Bros., 0 yearlings at $27.50. McOreary seems to have the call in cinity. Theodore Breckinridgo and fam- Whilst wrestlintr with ,, ,,, . , . , , .. . . " 'laviuillll &" vu i ... W. M. Lackey bought of Silas An- ily, after three years sojourn oi iree silver, free turnpikes, mm tuumy in ma senatorial race. Winin Illinois, chester Democrat. derson 11 cattle at 3Jc possibly free thouehr. frnn w,ui, ..fjnui m mo qui 6tanu. (ion. O. L. Searcy has decided not Thirly-nin- o head prlmol,Ct lb. rat-tl- o election days) and Porno particular aspirRumor almost swears that a certain brought $0 15 at Chicago last week. young San Grado of our ant h amotion to contribute Httlo or to bo a candidate for to tho suburbs has The Kentucky Futurity for two. persuaded a certain lovabloand nothing to the dignity of some disting- Legislature in Madison, brilliant, Mrs. Mnrtha Stokes has confessed to worth $23,009 will be trotted though n certainly credulous uished position, lotourSolous solve tho charmer of at Lexington, Oct. 8. long mooted but ever momentous uncer- tho Chief of Police at Middlesboro that Hustonylllo that ho is one amongst ten she murdered her child. Versailles dealera were offtrinB yes- thousand If not altogether tainly; "Who struck Mr. Patterson?" lovely. Tho Richmond Register saya there terday, 57 conta for wheat, 52 25 for corn -- Our city is now on tho list of those KIDDLEBURG,CASEV are 10 Bulls for divorce on the docket of COUNTY. and $5 for hemp. Sum. receiving daily, (except Sunday), mails Mrs. J. M. Leer aold to a West Vir- -- iiu wnrn our water It Is boliovod that tho whole quail tho court that began there yesterday. works and electric R. S. Taylor, aon of Dr. T. J. Taylor, ginia rnan tho black jack, "King of family perished during tho severe nro m operation you ! jui-nuoo- FARM AND TRADE NO. 10 -- IN VIEW OF- - d .! A : CHANGE JULY i, 1895, we olTer -- ycsr-old- s, At Cost For Cash Wagons, Flow:. Stoves, Harness, Into'-Collegla- ,. first-clas- Groceries of All Kinds. A .' LARGE .' STOCK FARRIS & HARDIN GREAT : SALE HhI-le- nt to-da- y roouiu-board- te HUGHES & TATE. n -- Hon-Joh- n hoop-pole- s. James Frye, wr-mr berry-bearin- g ut Tribune-Democr- at kv Wit-mor- o, aLOTIKIIfcTGS- I 10-ha- d knee-breech- es tax-pay- er, d, Su-proi- ne DBBSS Q-OOID- long-sufleri- i PLOWS mi 1 PLOW HARNESS. 1! Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows , I J W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. jrt 1 .. . . ti j;.- - Jf yi.'. " - fcV1 ' ; y 1 W' tv i t' ,i i'1 ' r" & i' !&' i tf k" , ' rY k V I V 1 p Tho indt-xecontest in Louisvillo Forest fires havo been doing great has boon decided in favor of Paul Cain, damage in Breckinridge county. Papor telegraph poles aro tho latest but an appeal will bo taken. A special train, loaded with potadevelopment of tho art of making paper toes, loft Spokane, . Wash., Wednesday, useful. An industrial school for colored boya for St. Louis, nmdo up ofearly varieticB for seed use,- from the South iso be opened at A warrant la out for tho arrest of n Rockcastle, Va., May 1. The Jananeso who attempted to aa- - Detroit preacher for stating in tho pulpit sa38lnato LI Hung Chang have been sen- that tho election of a cortain candidate Dispute with a woman when she says our silks for waists for Police Justice, would bo a public tenced to penal servitude for life. Spalght Kerlo, widow of a calamity. Mrs. 0. are the prettiest and cheapest in town, because she Throo porsona were instantly killed, LAN. in Marion county for fjlvinp Those who claim tbitt there is no fur Baltimoro lawyer, left $93,000 aa a legacy knows what she is talking about. two probably fatHlly injured, and 10 othto the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. Louisville lower rates than Lebanon, bo tlier legislation necessary to secure freo A call has been isHued for tho an- ers seriously hurt ou the Luhigh Traccause tbey believe it will be disastrous turnpikes aro mistaken in the reading of nual meeting of thojRepuiilican National tion Company's road by jumping from a to them and their employes, reduce tho output, decrease the value of coat prop- the law passed by the last Legislature. League, to be held June 10 at Gloveland, runaway trolley car on the mountains. Argue with her when she says our 90c Shoe is as good erty and stop the continuous run of tho It does not admit of a levy greater O. Tho Qucon & Crescent Konta aunou-Prof. Charles Brunor was thrown mines. At the first glance at the matter than 10 cents ou the dollar for that pur as you can buy elsewhere for $1.25, for she talks like a ce8 reduced Mies to tho following meet it would Beem a decided hardship for poie and that amount wouldn't be a from his horse near Victoria, Hancock ings: sensible woman and knows what's what. people along the line to pay as much, drop in the bucket in this county. Four county, in the burning woods and was The Southern 0ntist Convention to and sometimes more, per car load for thousand dollars would not buy many burned to death. be held at Washington. D. O., May 0th of pike in a county that has 147 For the first time in tho history of freight on coal than is charged to Louis- miles miles. Powell county, its Circuit Court docket to 10th. One faro for the round trip, ville, but when it is considered that only selling May 7th and Sth, good 15 days for the excess of what is marketed between Try to excuse yourself by saying It Ib seated almost with the. positive is clear of criminal cases, thanks to tho return. will put it off a the mines and the city is hauled there assuranceof a fact, that the U. S. su- energy of Judge Scott. while longer," when you can buy a good suit of clothes Goneral Assembly Cumberland PresTho rise In the price of silve- - is due and perhaps held for montho to be sold, preme court by a vote of 5 to 3 Chief Jusbyterian Church at Meridian, Mies., May from us for $$ and up. e it ianot so bad after all. If the mines tice Fuller with the minority, will de to the termination of the faro for tho round war and to tho belief that China's in ICth to 28th. One were to be cut off to the supply along clare the income tax law unconstitutiontrip, selling May 13th to 15th, good to re the railroad, they would not run a week al. The only drawback to such a decis demnity will bo paid in silver. turn until June 3rd. Two bandits held up a train in Caliin a month. At Louisville tho coal ion is that it would cause a called ses Asoembly Presbyterian General comes in competition with that brought sion of Congress to devise means for the fornia and started to rob the passengers. Church Dallas, Tex., May 17th to 20th. Expect your wife to meet you pleasantly if you've gone down the river at a nominal cost and raising of the amount of revenue it would A Sheriff killed one, hut was himsolf One fare for the rouud trip, selling tlck-ot- s companion. to some other store than ours when she expressly told Borne concessions have to be made or our lop off, and for that reason alone it killed by the man's May 13th and 15th, good to return Mary Dolany, the woman tried in Eastern Kentucky mines would become might be regretted. you to go nowhere else. Don't do these things if you, until Juno 3rd. -, Washington for setting on fire two Roprofitless and be abandoned. Railroad The Spring Running Races, Lexingexpect to live long and keep your hair on. city has NEWSY NOTES. man Catholic churches in that companies should be forced to give the ton, Ky., April 2fltb to May 4th. Tick-et- a irresponsible. found mentally lowest possible rates consistent with their -- Milly Hicks, colored, Baid to be 113 been ono and one third for the round trip, We want all people to drop in and sec our new stock of Staple and A ctrl died in great agonv at Brook expenses, but there are many things to years old, died at Hopkinsville. from Cincinnati and from all stations in lyn after receiving a hypodermic injecbe considered in tho alleged discriminaSecretary Carlisle is at Covington tion of what was supposed to bo onti- - Kentucky, April 2Gth to May 4th. Good tion againot local consumers. attending tho bedside of his brother, till May Cth to return. toxine, administered for tho cure of George. See or address Chas. W. Zell, D. As a general rule it is not the part of diphtheria. The Emperor of Japan has declared Journal appeared Sat- P. A., Cincinnati, O. W. A. Decider, discretion to charge a Virginian with The Atlanta armistice on the war N. P. A., Ill Adams St. Chicago, 111! Carpets, Mattings, &c, &c. It ist the event of the season, We've falsehood. He doesn't do like the peo an uncondltonal urday afternoon in 4S pages, gotten up with China. ple on tho other eido of the Ohio, say entirely by the employes of tho papery O. A. Baird, T. P. A., Dotrolt. W. W. got the strongest line we've ever offered in this market and all at ex The New York Central is preparing they soliciting the ad vs. and getting tho Dunnavant, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. O. "You're another," and think that wipes tra low prices. branch with electric to equip a Rinearson, G. P A., Cincinnoti.O. out the the insult, but he usually debenefit of tho procoeds. locomotives. mands an apology or his accuser's hide. Tho Christian county jail is empty. "The last April fool trick I played," The State Board has raised the tax The other day while they were in a suit -:- Eight or 10 prisoners confiued there un- cald tho old settlor, "was when I was a is-:- cent, and Bell rate of Middlesboro 40 per at Indianapolis, Hon. John S. Wise, son county 70 til recently were sent to the penitentia- boy in school. I'd put a bent pin in tho per cent. of the governor of Virginia, who signed ry during the Circuit Court. Two pri- teacher's chair, and, do you know, be A terrific boiler explosion at New Call and sec us. John Brown's death warrant, and who Harmony, were turned loose. made mo sit in that chair beforo he'd try Ga., killed three persons and soners county has added another il himself. Consequence was I got tho was a man of unflinching courage, made Breathitt injured a number of others. Saturday about pin, and it a statement which Kusaoll Harrison, eon didn't striko me as being a carpenter, was killing to her list. Frank McUlary, a of the characterized as false. noon Levi Cope shot and Instantly killod funny joke after all." Harper's Bazar. from the roof of a houBe at Waterblown When court adjourned Harrison left tho loo, William Combs in a row which started Ind., and instantly killed. minamong the women folks. room. Wise followed. In a few ETC., Miss Mollie Easley, living near utes Harrison hurriedly returned and While Mrs. E. T. Carson, of LebaPrinceton, committed suicide because of demanded the protection of the court All (icrsoni having clalmt non, was starting a fire in the kitchen the tittle ol despondency over her downfall. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietois, Margaret K. nitib. deed , will i!ntt present Then Wise caaie in. "I only asked for stove, tne gas, which had been escaping properly proven before April 15, ilqK. them to me of Carthage, Mo., Jimmy Wilkinson, WALLACE E. VARNON, an apology," be said, "and Harrison rethrough a defective valve, exploded, in T. D. RANEY, Manager. soven years of Adta r with Will Annexed. 9 plied by rnnning in here and demanding has bad lots of fun in his flicting Injuries from which she died in leg 11 times. Branch Stores: protection." Judge Woods quieted mat life and has only broken his about an hour. Two Cincinnati banks, the Nashua ters by a concilliatory appeal and young Roporta by way of Key Weat Bay Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Commercial, closed their Harrison escaped the drubbing he de- Savings and the that tho Cuban rebels defeated the Spanasbehind in their doors Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. served. He'll know better in the future sets. last week, far ish troops in two small fights recently. Successor to Boldiera recently than to fool with a Wise. It is worse It is not true that Congress at its last Many of the Spanish than monkeying with a buzzsaw. session amended the pension laws so as sent from Spain have gone over to the to provide for an increase of all Mexican rebels, whose numbers are now estima Two of the meanest feeling creatures ted at 20,000. pensions. .hat ever lived met in the Union depot Samuel Frazer, who gave the infor Two are dead and the third member at Cincinnati, last week. They had cor of a California family is dying, tho mation that defeated tho attempt of the North British and Mercantile, Firman's Fund, responded in answer to an advertisement s of eating by 'mistake for Morrow gang to rob an express train at in the Enquirer and finally arranged for mushrooms. Manchester, Mechanics and Traders, Greenwood, has been arrested onfa a meeting in the Queen City. They were The Pennsylvania Fire, People are astonished at the revela- charge of stealing the horses of the dead National of 1 Iartford, I will carry a general stock of UuIIdln. Mateto recognize each other by red bows on rial and by icUlnR tion that 150 per cent, in dividends is robbers. Phoenix of Brooklynn. Give me a call. "tSc the .breasts, but as it turned out the bewe baid yearly on the par stock of the sealSecretary of Andrew J. Campbell, recognition. were not necessary for the the Lexington Chamber of Conimercd, skin syndicate. It was mutual and immediate. They rntke than "got was murdered at his home at an early Will be enabled tohere. 1Lower Tricesspecial tiaa Eli Smith, a prominent farmer, ever been atwould call were brother and sister and each wanted religion" at a revival at Weston, W. Vs., hour Friday. He was an A. P. A. and it is tention to offered the earth to open and swallow them, and while in aJrenzy of excitement fell thought that had something to do with when they 6aw the denouement. It is dead at the altar. his taking off. of course much better for the young woA car load of sugar valued at $23,203, If gossip around Washington may Mtdacf Oil Pickett, the cheapen and best fence man that the matter ended as it did, as Bold at Philadelphia for 1,000, because tin tmliuvAfl. nnd neeasionallv it IT1RV. in tho market. i she was spared the danger of falling into it got noised around that some arsenic Miniainr WIIHn in nn Jlifl WAV to thifl IRON AND STEEL ROOFING This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if vou the hands of a designing scoundrel, had been.epilled in it. couutry or to Japan, at the eamo time Mill work at City Frlcei .t though tho' woman, who would answer way want tne very tdcsc materials, you can not afford to overlook our that Minister Thurston is on his In the 18 principal battles (1,2 IS Buch an' advertisement is not much to be were killed and over 30,000 wound- home to Hawaii. stock. result. pitied no matter what-thT2-- S Tho Now York Central is said to bo ed. Tho Japanese lost only 027 killed : contemplating tho purchaso of extensive Editor Blakely, of the Coviugton and about 3,000 wounded. Of Lincoln County. privileges, desiring to use An Omaha woman bar confessed The best is not too good. takes things as they . Commonwealth, of electric The New come with a charming' nonchalance, that ehe aided in the murder of her fa the power for tho generation all its lines in though ever ready to turn an honest ther, for which crime her mother was ity as a motive power for Northern New York. to imprisonment for life. Mill, penny out of any and every sensation. sentenced Quality and price arc right. Gov. Holcomb, of Nebraska, has Revenue officers made a raid on In the face of the fact that he is threatLancaster, Ky., moonshinera in Hempstead county, Ark. signed the bill passed by the Legislature ened with death and annihilation by a It now In full Newport man, who bos procured a gun The outlaws gave battle., Two were kill- appropriating $200,000 for the pur- ol the bulldert operation, and invites the attention of Lincoln county itt material, chase of seed grain nnd food for the tuperior workmanihlp and low toprices. Note job, be calmly suggests that ed, three wounded and one captured. to do the farmers of Western Nelong drawn out contest for the now is the time to subscribe, knowing OUR, immediatly SOME that if he will not be on deck to write it postmastership of Cincinnati has ended braska. The law becomes . Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pin Moorinc at up somebody else's pen will tell in the by the president appointing 0. E-- Brown. operative' Sapei hundred. At low as Si o Dcr hundred, About twice us much arsenic as fectly clear rellow nonlar wrather boardinir at fought, bled and J. C. Hutcbins gets the Cleveland office. Commonwealth how he nunarcd. Mrs. Reech, of Oshkosh, WIb., who would have been necessary to causo ei.so per nunarca. j tow at 11 30 per In yellow AUpitterni and thlcknntet of Ceilin; for the country and the cause ha died Dealer In- as per a coffin for a number of death was found in the stomoch of Mrs, l in?, poplar, chestnut and ash, at low at had slept in loved. hundred. Double dressed lumber at low at ft per years, is dead, she bad a presentiment Mary E. Bent, tte wealthy Louisville hundred. Heautilul vellow pine finishing lumber, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving ut yon. Ws can't get a fight out of Spain this that if she did not sleep in a colli n she lady who died recontly. Surveyor ordert. time. She has her hands too full trying would lose her mind. of comTHE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, is suspected by Mr. Bent 7y6m Lancaster to keop her unruly subjects in Cuba in Secretary Carlisle has ordered the plicity in the affair. line. A great many people hoped Bhe about $42,000,000 in gold bars, now lying Tho revised returns will probably wouldn't apologize for her in tho vaults at New York and Philadel- show a plurality of 3,000 or more for firing at a U. 8. ship, bo we could whip phia, to be coined into money bo as to Turney, instead of tho plurality of G48 her and capture Caba, but that hope is have it ready for any emergency. received bj EvanB on the faco of the gone for the present, the more'a the Mrs. William Rooves met a her- original returns and the Tennessee Legpity. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. oine's death at Northport, Long Island. islature will meet this week to receive She rescued her mother and father from the report and pass on it. We thank Editor Richardson, of the Charles Tulloy, of Vanceburg, reGlasgow Times, for a nicely turned com- a burning house and rushing back for quested on his death bod that his body nor daughter, perished in the flames. pliment, which our modtsty forbids ua A man under arrest at Toronto, Can., bo presorvod a few days and buried with EVERYTHING to reproduce. We are moved, however, a presentiment to remark that for saying the nicest is believed to be the famous diamond that of his wife as he felt things in the cleverest way, our good swindler who baa operated under nu- thatBho would soon follow him. The granted and three days later brother is comme il faut, as we French- merous aliases, including that of T. M. request was Jones, recently employed in this State. tho bodies were interred together. men nay, Thirty-twA bill has been introduced in the exPullman strikers havo Tub 0 wensboro Messenger askB us how started in the manufacturing business on Now York Legislature providing that Greatly improved for 1S95 and does Gov. McCreary stand on the cur- their own account at Hiawatha, Kan. tho governor shall appoint a board of worthy of consideration. We haven't heard him They havo bought 102 acres of ground horse shoe examiners, forbidding any Candy, Pop-Corrency question? Balls, say, but be is for sound money, we have and have sufficient capital to carry on master horse Bhoer from practicing in Cakes, Beaten Biscuit, Salevery reason to beliove a bimetalist, but the business. the State unless" ho bo duly roglsterod, ads, ect.. etc. not for a free an unlimited coinage of In Massachusetts they have a road under a penalty of fine of $50 for each law by which tho State advances money offense. .OPEN. The puddling department of the Col. R. M. Kklly, editor of the Louis- to build new roads and bears 75 per cent, rolling-mill- s has of the total cost, leaving 25 por cent, to Birmingham (Ala.) ville Commercial, is a candidate 'for post week, They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. of tho G. A. R. and if be refunded within 0 yeara by the coun- been closed down during the State Commander ty benefited. 500 men out of employment. throwing his admirers of the State press could Forest fire3 have caused heavy loss It is believed that this is but' a prelimibe would be chosen by acclamavote, in Warren county. Three farm houses nary step towards a general In Mr. R, Williams' store-room- , tion. are represented to have been destroyed, in all tho departments, aa th3 manage Call and see. the St. Asaph Hotel. Mb. and Mhs. Clevkland iiave moved and a farmer and a colored laboror were mentsays there is an overproduction. Opposite to their summer home at Woodley and burned to death. Another nogro per- The employes believe that if the plant is "Orders gladly received and the gossips are saying that we will hoar ished whilo fighting fire in Grayson kept in oporatiou a reduction in wages promptly filled. county. will bo asked. news from there soon. The postmaater at Luuronce ville, G rant county, is a blooming idiot. One of the pitrons of his store owed him $4, which ho could not induro him to pay. The April 2, 1805 other 4fiy a registered letter camo to tho STANFORD, Kr., fellow, which the postmaster deliberately opened and took the amount of his W. P. WALTON. debt from it. He has been arrested and a long term in tho penitentiary awaits Tub coal operators in the western part him. This new way to collect old debts of the State havo adopted resolutions will never become popular. There is too against the proposed prosecution of tho much risk connected with it. o'EMi-WEEK- Lr Interior Journal r an N'T an IT! "Bel-mead- ," Don't Don't n Don't ''! Chinese-Japanes- Don't Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions,Shoes, Clothing, I 20-mi- le Our-:- - Bait Bargains. LOUISVILLE : STORE, NOTICE. STANrOHDf A. C. Sine, -- FIRE INSURANCE. -- 1 re-B- ult toad-stool- FOR CASH ONLY, KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. WIRE and SI.AT FENCE . . Chi-ne8- 0 TO CITIZENS water-pow- er oils. Lancaster Planing OP VARNISHES. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The drouth-stricke- n PRICES: IB 9 K WEIAMIEN -- 1 Al-fo- rd man-of-w- ar roTJira Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, 27. LadiesE i.change r o Good to Eat. Reliable n Egg-Kisses, Process HfwQBI bii-ve- r. They have Proven a Success. Every -- : Saturday, shut-dow- n Guarantee Satisfaction HIGGINS & McKINNEY, s T, . , t jJHt 'J 5 iST " f.v'' 11r &mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Spectacles fitted by banks, tbo cian. FieuiNa tackle chenp. opti- TiiBlntcot local fad in a which can bo fiHind at Shanks'. four-in-han- d , . . i ' v Stanford, Ky., - - Ai'bil 2, 1805 erts. E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. W. B. MisRob Dur.Bs goods at your own price at Died. Will Porter, ttio man who shot himself nt McKlnney, died Thursday night in great agony. mm M" .; m ' . . - t w, . - rXM'-.' j t .'.-- .J .1 ftaof - . Dunka, thu m m 8bs our olotfiuit Enter leiidinirjweler. Beginning with next Issue wo will increase tho size of this paper to six pagcB novoltlea. every Friday, until further notice. -- v..- . v- .- .- - flaw mF'". '- -i - 'i nw - ,.- k,: iaw&i M . , lM "S ' I Mrs. Susan Uahris has opened a dreaa-- i .'.No ono Ih April fooled who buys their t. ,'W.' making estabiialimunt at Mr. Peter goods from Danks, tho jeweler. Friday. ' Straub's and invites tbo ladies to patron '3M Kkv. Sam-okM. Lcoan went to SoMKRSRT'liai orgnnizod n base ball Izo her. ' ,! .ft- yesterday. V club Bnd christened it "Tho Q & 0." For Rent. All or auy number of Ho.v. J. N. Sacndkiw went down to Skveiial Spring bonnets wero exhibit- rooms in Craig house on West Main Springfield yesturday. street. For particulars, enquire of Dr. JkaskThayix)!!, o( Hindaboro, III., Is ed in church Sunday, which took tho of tbo other ladiett from tho ser Steolo Bailoy. here vlettiiiK relatives. ". Editor A. K. Dvciik, of London, pan- - vices. e If you wnnt good, strong, 0 ' 1kcd throtiRii to Liberty Sunday. Capt. Smith Fouman, of tho K. 0., and harness, tho place to go Is M. S. & J. W. Mhb. J. W. Hayubn baa returned from his brakemnn, A. II. Myer, had a fisti- Baughman's. They will sell you ibe bct ' Cincinnati, fully restored to health. cuff Saturday and now Mr. Myer is look- at tho lowest prices. . Miim. HoLMMnd Misa AHco Holmca ing for a job. The Paragon saya that Jerry Morrow l are attending a meeting nt Bryantaville. For Rent. House, garden, all neces- and the gang concerned in tho ateinpted MjjbOassik CoNKwnwiiT, of Winchessary outbuildings and three acres of train robbery, were not PuIaekianB, but ter, ia tbo Kuoat of her aunt, Mrs. Jano grass land near toll gate on the Danville lived across the lino in Wayne county. Burrow. mi pike. A. D. Root, Stanford. Misa Octavia Sizbmhob loft Saturday The prices of bicycles are just about t "X to vifiit her brother, It. B. Sizomorp, nt The Young Ladles' Aid Society of the half what they wero a year ago and moat Clinton, Tcnn. AT. Christian church will servo another ex anybody can now afford one. Wearen Watch this space for the anMies Lkna Lackey, of Stanford, ia vis- - cellent dinner court day at 25c- Make a & Co. aro selling them very rapidly. nouncement of The Globe, strict.. ltlnir her cousin. Mrs. Mattie Duncan. noto of it and patrcnizo them. Mies Liccik Beazlby has returned from . Lancaster Itecord. ly One Price Clothing House, tho cities and Judos J, W. Alcorn accompanied his The News says a gum factory is to be of millinery is now opening up a line that is bound to please the started at Middlesboro. We presumo the daughter, Misa Katie, back to tho sorai suscessors to Henry & Sam Ly- idea Is to giyo the poopfo something to most fastidious. Seo her beforo you buy nary nt Oxford, 0. ons. Mrs. J. L. Yantis, of Garrard, is vUl chow, if they haven't got anything to your Easter hat. m . old homo ami many friends swallow. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., tine her Farris A Hardin aro contemplating a cbango in business July. 1st, and until here. Somerset Reporter. For Sale. To wind up partnership, 20 ' Jfcr'4 ' Danville, Ky. Eld. Jok Fkviiiancs, Jr., enmo ovor shares stock Odd Fellowa Hall Associa then they will offer everything in their ' 5 Vlmr ' line nt coat for ;aah. Seo their notice from Lexihaton via Sbakertown, 52 tion, paying 15 per cent dividends, '. OSS'. miles, on his wheel In 4 hours. Apply to J. N. elsewheru in this paper. Bhadlxy and daughter, Mouefeo or A. 0. Sine. Mrs. W. 0. FiatiiNQ parties to Dix River at Miea Christine, returned to Lancaster Mill return with any number of Ladies remember our perfection shots Saturday from a visit to Louisville. now lights and say they bito with charmMiss Jknnib Wahhkn left yesterday lu Oxfords; Pickadilles, Common Senso, ing readiness. We heard of CI being for Atlanta to visit her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Ac, Ac, and you gentlemen ought not ' to forget our Cordovan and tan shoes in taken by a small party Friday. Kikin. r, all cuts nnd widths. Hughes & Tate. Faxk Cordis", tho Rowland Oal. Welch, tho negro who stole a '4'L ': has rented out bis establishLadies, keep an eyo on my Zleglor horse from Dr. W. X. Bush, of Garrard, ment and will rest from picture takiuK shoes; they are tho most stylish, the several weeks ago and rodu him to Som ' I awhile. moat comfortable, tbo moat durable and erset, was tried there and given two Mies Mamiu Moons, of Louisville, his tho cheapest. Also romember that I years in tho penitentiary. Welch Is also returned to thu position she filled so hnvu tho largest stock of shoes in Stan- indicted for thu in Garrard. nicely in Mrs. Kate Dudderar's millinery ford. W. II. Shanks. ' . , , 'if ." Since everybody got sanctified Micro last senvon. Miis. 0. W. Krkmsr, of Loulriville, "II a no out thu banner on tho outside and nothing happens to help Editor who baa been very ill, camo up Satur- wall, tho cry ia still thuy como." Messrs. Dains fill up his paper, ho is forced to - Tt- V,' ' day, and is now with her parents, Mr. T. J. Foster and A. A. McKInnoy have publish ancient history. The item about i' '' the sale of tho Opera House there for Mrs. H.T. Harris. and joined tho blessod army of those who T. 0. Ykaciih spent a few clays aro making their houses beautiful with $5,000 was three or four yoara old and perhaps a lie when it was originally pub with friends here. Ho bad jnet return- paint and alabaatine. lished. t ed from Indianapolis where bis sister, We want 100,000 pounds of wool, 10,- Miss Etta, was married to & Missouri At Lancaster a new trial was refused 000 pounds of bacon sides and bamn, gentleman. Henry Iteddick, convicted for life for pounds of feathers and 1,000 dozen Dr. J. F. 1'bytom went up to Pino Hill murder in firing tho Millor House and eggs in exchange for dry goods, clothing, cakes, biscuits Saturday, wbero bo assisted Drs. J. J. & If yon want burning its inmates. Iloraco Woods for K. J. Brown In cutting off Mr. Parker's boots, shoes and hats, at the lowest cah killing James Martin had tho gopd luck and lightbread get Obelisk Flour from arm to tho shoulder. The operation waa price. Hughes it Tate. to get a hung jury. Eloven wero for two J. C. Florence. by necroslr. nccisflltated Tux dwelling of James Jones, on Green to 21 years, and ono lono but opinionaTnB only objection we have to Mr. Col. Joshua Dye tells us ho spent last river, burned Friday, together with most ted individual stuck out for acquittal. Louis Landram's acquisition to the edi We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call I week with bis friend Hon. Fontalno Fox of its contents. His barn containing 25 Mr. A. C Alpord got one of Yenger A tor.'al tripod ia that it knocks us out o and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Bobbltt and Mint ho ei joypd a feast of barrels of corn and n lot.of other feed one of our very best correspondents. We reftfion and n flow of soul such as can on- was also consumed. Tho house caught Cooper's fiery steeds Sunday aud went want a Lancaster scribe now almost as to see his sweetheart. On bis return he ly be enjoyed by par nobilo fratrnm. from sparks from knob fires close by., bad as a fellow wants a pistol in Texas. got out to open n gate and left the boree til Mits Laura Jahiiok, of Lebanon, re ' Mkssrh. W. D. WBATiiEiironn and W. to stand while he went back to shut it. Don't everybody applym.at once. Liccio Beaxloy from a turned with MIm B. Wright, of Ilustonville, havo poattd Tho animal didn't stand, of course, but March went out liko Mary's little lamb visit to tbo cities to purchase her ran off and broke the buggy into kin in gentleness, and liko Summer in mildWhite Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and atock, and will bo with her again notices stating that they will apply for dling wood, leaving Mr. Alford to walk ness. Friday and Saturday woro the this season, tbo ladies will bo glad to renewal of their whisky licenses Monday, Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of hla .... ........ ........ .... I...j couuty court day. P. W. Green will also linmn nnil nnv Inr ..... liml Innlr warmest days ever recorded in March, know. Stamford peoplo aro making n raid on apply for licenao for bis bar room at Mc Bia Store. Messrs. J. L. Frobman that is of which there Is any account, MiIb week. Mceara. W, P. Tnte, Kinuey. Liberty nnd Sol Frankel, of the "Globe" Clothing the mercury; reaching nearly to 00. It mm IL t). Warren. A. J. Karp. Robert Fen- The Dudderar Mill and other proper- Uouee, Danville, J. L. Frohman & Co., was very wnrm all over the country, ex zel nnd E. 0. Walton nro already there ty, advertised to bo sold to pay a debt proprietors, wero hero Friday and en- cept in Colorado, where ono of the worst and P. M. McRoberti. J. d. O.valuy, Jr. duo tbo Farmers Bank & Trust Co., will gaged tho spaco given on this pago for bllzzards'of tho season prevailed, sendand W. A. Trlbble will f j!1ov in a d ay not bo put up at auction. Mr. J. A. Dud- ono year. Thoy nro successors to the ing the mercury nearly to zero. Yesterday a much needed rain enmo to wet the far two. derar has bought it of W. M. Dudderar Lyons Broa , and nro going to open nnd The Advocate says that Judge 0. K. for $0,000 and will sttisfy the claims run a strictly high grade cloth- ground, which had becoino almost too IClncald has resigned his position lu tho against it. ing estnblisbment. Their ad. will tell bard to plow. Tho hills and dales are In Imitation revenue department to ro enter journaM when their oponing will occur nnd then beginning to be clothed in verdure and A mod of :0 or 10 determined men, you enn get clothing cheaper than you buds and leaves are bursting forth as if nahlirfcton Ism. When ho was spring bad come in real earnest. Louisville Times bo mado with ropes already tied for their necks, over heard of it selling. of the "Fair Tuesday, much cooler.1' dispatches tbo liveliest nud breeziest scourged tho knobs tho other night for his Coining Money. Misses Dollio the supposed murderers of old man Apt, over Bent ont from tbo capital. MATRIMONIAL n MATTERS. Fannio Shanks and Clara Tjie current Issue of tbo Illustrated Petroy and Durham, but unfortunately window and you will see that you cannot tell these goods were salesladies at the Ladies' they were not caught. Judge Lynch ia Rev. E. O. Guerrant has just cloeed Look in our Kentucklan contains a good plcturo of Saturday nnd took in S15. The a two weeks' rovival at WinBton, N. C, rom the genuine. We will be pleased, to show you and quote you about the ouly judge, who could propor-l- y Kditor Olarenco K. Woods, of tho Rich eociety has been in existence lees than a during which 106 persona professed con- prices which are within the reach of everybody. Every article is useful. dispose of ucb n case. mond Register, and Rn Inlorrtting article month and already baa about 100 in the Woodford Sun. 2f n Fratornlty of by him on tbo Sigma The moro wo hear about tbo result of treasury, which shows what willing version. Addie Hodgkin, of "WinchesMisa grand recorder. Tho samo tho attompted train robbery on tho Ciu which ho is handB can do when they try. Tho Chris- ter, who used to visit Mrs. 0. H. Paine, paper hns a clever littlo story by Mrs. J. cinnnti Southern, tho better tbo news tian church Is to bo frescoed and beauI. McKInnoy and a pretty likeness of gets. Tbo fourth robber was found dead tified Internally in every way and the here, when ahe was Miss Lucy Tate, will be married this week to Mr. Joseph her. near tbe( eceno with his body riddled ladies are going to contribute their full Martin. speaks with bullets. He has been identified The Lancaster Record thus as Lansing, Mich., baa a matrimonial It John Underwood. All horror to Mayor quota to tho expense. They will spread of our ubiquitous representative: another dinner court day, Monday, oven club whose membors at intervals cbooso would not look liko county court day Grifiln nnd his fearless escort! on a moro extensive scale than before. one of their number whoso duty it is to without tho familiar figuro of Ed Walget married within a year. And he almingling Mr. W. S. MarAn, of the 0. & N. The deal between Messrs. Louis ton, of tbo Interior Journal, ways does it. Ho can como nearer branch, has been appointed superintend with tho crowd. and H. R. Cartwrigbt and Mr. Jas. Tho attention of wives ia called to a town at tho samo time ent of this division of the L. & N., to fill R. Marrs for the purchase of the Lancas being all over decision of a learned New York judge in than nnyono wo ovor saw. Ho'll do to the vacancy occasioned by tho death of ter Record, notico of which was made in a case before him. Ho said: "The wifo Supt. Pike. He is a young roan and tho our paper of Tuesday last, waa conaum draw to. fact thnt he has risen rapidly shows that mated Saturday, tho gentlemen getting should obey the reasonable demnndsof Keeps your nose to the grindstone; you pay more CITY AND VICINITY. ho is made of the right kind of stud. it for $2,000. Mr. Marrs' health neceeal the husband. Under tho old English for goods; you buy more than if you pay cash; authority was sulaw the husband's Daniel Breck, roadmaster of tho Short Try our garden plows. Hlgglna & Line, is promoted to Mr. Martin's old tnted the step, but it is hoped that a ces preme, and he had the right to chastise your account is always more than you think. sation of the worry of business will soon bis wifo. Tho law is changed now, but McKInnoy. position. Bet him all right again and return him to still the husband's reasonable demands new lino of men's ahoea just receivA "I think the woman's edition of the the profession ho adorns. The new ed must be obeyed." Courier-Journed at Shanks'. Is a fraud and a delus- itora are capable and wide awake young said a pretty young lady to us. "I men nnd we hope they will succeed beNEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The nicest fitting nud cheapest cloth- ion," You live easy and die happy;( you buy fewer goods; got exceedingly interested in nn articlo yond their most snnguino expectations. ing is nt Shanks'. you save big money on what you buy; you always on tho reason "Trilby" was written, to The young peoplo who nre rehearsing A. S. d of Fertilizer. find after perusing throe or four columns received a know how you stand with the yorld. Jcst Louva, tbo Pauper, for rendition at Wal W. II. "Wcaron & Co. that it was an advertisement of the RoySurgeon ton's Opera House on tho 16th, nro proal Baking Powder. I never waa eo mad Dentist, Buy n bicyclo from W. U. Wearen A gressing finely nnd tboso who have nt in my life." Arid tbo way her bright 25 per cont, eay that a good tended the rehearsals Co. nnd Bnvo Ky. eyes flashed was proof that she hadn't i is the verdict of hundreds who have brought their money to us and porformanco is assured. The following Office over McRobertt' Drug Store in Hamburga in town gotten over it yet. the Owsley It nicest line of The is tho cost of characters: Louva, tho Huilding. exchanged it for SbnnkB'. is to bo found nt The social given in the basement of Pauper, Miss Ethyl Boazley; Aggie Farn-haW. D, JONKS. J. T JONES, MOB. Miss Georgia Wray; Mrs. Craft, Cut Flowers. Leave your order for the Presbyterian church Friday night Miss of its missionary was Miss Mary Bruce; Glpsey Crone, TOXTSS Eaetor tlowers with "Tho Young Ladies' for the benefit decidedly pleasant, aud considering tbo Lizzie Meuefeo; Aunt Charity, Sam W. Exchange." . small prico charged, quite n profitable af- Menefee; Dick Langley, Ben H. Danks; and Shoes. Try us on your spring bill. We will astonish in low SoMEecamp Bhot three holes in tho in- fair. The menu consisted of coffeei Will Sprlggs, Geo. B. Wearen; Col, Farn-haprices. You can rest assured you will get them as low and many cascandescent light on Enpt Main street tho sandwiches, cheese, ices, cake, pickles, Ky. Jack Boazley; Sol Craft, James Diamond Koo Dean's Sole othor night. Ac, and all was served by prutty little Beazley; Bub Craft, Jesse M. Alverson; Paint. proprietors furnlsned Ulack painting Wood, es lower than any house in the country. " for rUltimate Loiran Hughes; Peleg Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mr. Withgow, 25 cents. Tho amount ' Rkau first bnlt of Romnnu 13:8 nnd waiters for painted with Dean's Ulack Diamond was $33.60, all of which la net as Pucker, Manloy W. Tyreo; Crankoy, Er- All roofs Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers in bett cis Journal oilico if Btrlke for the Interior tern Pumps and Galvanized Iron Kilters, 6jlm nest Warren, Tony, James H. Burton. everything was contributed. to bo nddressod to you. Mn. G. 0. Oivkns wont ovor to Parle, d 'Xr&m!. 1 &&: ttlch-mon- - . in m I i 1$ ... home-mad- Mi m "THE GLOBE." - - m ', h . . - 1 pay-nb- le . semi-annuall- y. , Dud-dcrrii'- photo;-raphe- ms I VI 1 i "t . oilt-na- e ' R - , - i" 1 ',if 1- &. in 1,-0- 00 first-cla- ss ... Wall Paper&Alabastine Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo MPIoVDBHBTSo mil-lin- ey .. m m 1 first-clas- CUT 05ILA8 0o correa-ponde- nt jll Prices That Will Surprise You.' Mer-aho- Ex-cban- DANKS, SSlSWWSiS.iiSSSSiSSSSSaSlMiSlSlSSSSSSSlS MSSSSSSSSSSSSiS.iMSlSMSMS - JEWELER. YOU HAVE TRIED BOTH. Lan-dra- m Credit Cash 4 ' in ,! al V T 1 car-loa- PRICE, r - Stanford, IS Cash vg27 j-- is the Only Way. BEOS,, 1 Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Dry Goods and Carpets SEVERANCE & SON. iJ.stf'-.tlrf-'f real-ize- d it Ecoms :X?x; iiS. V t'itr-f'-"'-- - - K... i..r wW5Tri-itet.wAtf- .. " ,', -- 'ft- -- V V Tickled III ralnte. A Kongo explorer was busy donning Mm. lllanclie S. M tiers Understand Mia his weapons with vitriol. A negro chief atsslppl Nits Igatloa. eat by watching tho process with eager Tuesday and Friday Mrs. Blauoho 8. Leathers, who has patjllehod Every A'T lately boon grnuted n maator's lioonso, curiosity, and whilo unobserved stretched forth is tbo first woninn to nsnmo command containing his hand, snatched tho bottlo tho corrosivo liquid and swalof a steamer of euch importance os tho rot 10 paid 83,60 will be charged.lowed its contents at n slnglo gulp. Our Natchez, which mua botwoon Nuw Or- explorer jumped up, expecting to soo leans ami Vlcksburg. Captain French, tho K. C.tLOCAL TIMeIaHdI follow dio in frightful agouies. But tho only otbor woman who holds a hia sablo majosty merely rubbed his Trtln leave Rowland at 7:00 a m., returning at licouso on tho Mississippi, com- - stomach . jpio p. m. with ovideut satisfaction and said: I. &N. LOCAL TiE CARD. ' What I Yon keop such nice "things in t 37 pm Ko. ft. Train going North yonr bag without offering them to your ' SoaXh n$ipm " friend?" No'.",' " " ..33 Sew-Weekly Interior Joro COMMANDS A STEAMER. '" Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. DR.. "W. B. TTXnSTTn Dentist. Stanford, OfiJc Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. Our Folding 13eds arc fine, substantial and cheVp. on Msln Street, Opposite the Ky. "Lriin J.j 1'o.t-Otli- cap-Iain- 's RAW FTJRS. facturers, Cincinnati, Ohio, For VnPQ great EjUuO .". Tit-Bit- s. We Beat in Low Prices And must sell the goods. Give us a call. highest prices paid. Send far pi Ice current-'I'heA.Dtirkhardt Co, Kxpsrurs and Manu. K lioins. $1 for QUEEN & CRESCENT.', Train pas Junction City a follows: No a North f No. 1 South f A Slur, HATCHINO. Kifg from the winter laving ?. K Drown Leg. is Kggs. Addreis S. 1C Brooks, Ciab Orchard, Ky. j ' 9 ' 4 11.15 am 11.30 pm " 6 ' jo 8 40 p m Do not Stop " " " ...1.30 Pro .3.i5rn co a m t Miunio That is what 1 call downright mean. Mamio What? Minnlo Why, tho church guild is getting up a sorios of mock marriages illustrating tho rito in various countries and times, and that cat of a Mrs. Potts has nskod Boliuda Parsay to poso In tho "iniddio ages" affair. Indianapolis Journal. "Everything Against lUm." rJC-- WITHERS & HOOKER. AND SAVE MONEY. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three,; $25. The New Home' .style five, JS28. All made'by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. arc warranted for five years. 1 have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are offered: to C. L. Carter, MAPLE SYRUP. Tounr'o'rdclr,or Iledgeille, Ky. wruS 94 J. B. HIGGINS, .........Dealers n....... All Kinds of Coal, itartford, kv. WTTT "" B, CAPTAIN BLANCHE LEATHERS. The Myers House, P.JW. GHEEN, Proprietor. t ' -- formance Ever Binco Mrs. Loatliors was married, 14 years ago, hor homo has boon JTfisofirfefy on tho groat river, first on xho Lanra -Leo and afterward on tho Natchez. Whilo tho latter was being bnilt sho A cream of tarter baking pon- accompanied hor husband to tho dockder. Highest of all in leavening yard regularly nntil sho knows ovory Latest United States inch of tho craft from pilothonso to strength. keeL Sho knows ovory twist and tnrn Government Food Report. and ovcry landing of tho river, and beROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., ing an economioal holpmoet proposed that sho turn hor knowledgo to practical 106 Wnll Street, Mew York. ncconut Hor husband, Captain Bowling S. Leathers, during his enforced m. PawdePM Bakincr mantis a show boat that stops hero and thore along tho river for a night's per- Stanford, : : : Kentucky. Pure dickering, Hazclton, Bush PIANOS: j ; I & I I Mason & Hamlin, , ORGANS: n I am still running this Hotel aad will continue to give my guest the politest att.a- -' a well at tho best the mulct affurds. Gerts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, Summer, Kimball, Hinzc, Prince & Son. Chicago Cottage, Kimball, And Others. Special Attention to the Public. Travel-ta- g Address, Lifo. Sold on Easy Payment. Special Attention to Mall Order, Pianos and Organ Tuned and Repalrd by one ol tha moat competent worknun I er Knew, wnostiveu auany year in laciory itarnmg nis traue. ah worn uarrautea. Sewing Machine repaired and warranted THE T. RILEY D. HOUSE Kontuoky. RILEY. RILEY, Proprietor, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. TUK HLUE-OUAS- S London. Uood Livery - - - from his boat was obliged to a temporary captain in ordor to cover tho law govorning Rtoamboats. Mrs. Leathers accordingly applied for and aftor passing a brilliant ciamina tion obtained a master's license Sho has chargo of tho douicstio affairs of tho steamer, doing all necessary shopping, looking aftor tho liuou'aud attending to tho servants. It is qnito apparent that tho fomiuino captain looks npon tho masculino ono as her Baperior officer, for it is only in her husband's absence that tho fall responsibility falls npon tho young and handsomo wife, who looks tho domestio woman to perfection, .For a seen in hor pretty rooms on tho boiler Ecfroshing Bath, Hot or Cold, deck. Thcso aro arranged with all tho necessaries and comforts with which a A. stylish Hair TrimorlCIean Shave, go to cultured, homo loving woman would rjook & Fannor's Barbor Shop. naturally surround herself. Broad plato A. G. Lankan glass windows, shaded by pretty draperJena B. Caitleman. ies, pictures, books, a piano and dainty bits of necdlowork, testify to tho luxurious tastes of tho occupants. Mrs. Leathers is tho daughter of Mr. James S. Douglas, a Louisiana planter, Cnd was odncated under private tutors, in a manner fitting a socioty lcador and not a woman destined to ossumo duties LIVERPOOL,. requiring technical knowledgo, concentration, courage rind coolness In emer&CASTLEMAN gencies. But sho pares nothing for society- and thinks herself the happiest MANAGERS, woman alivo. To onoto hor own words: "Our lives hate- been that of two Commerce Building, Lousyille dear companions partners, if you will, , Ageota throughout the South or comrades, rather. I know every il of his business, becauso ho makes 7, A. TRIBSLS, Local Afftnt, mo his confidante, and I know, too, just how much monoy wo can afford to STANFORD..KY. spend and when it is necessary to Bave. San Francisco. Wo havo no childron, so I tell Captrin Portland. Leathers, that tho Natchez is my 'baby.' " .... .To the Such a dear, groat, big baby." Mrs. Leathers represented Louisiana as commibiiiouer to tho World's fair, beVia The.. ing altcrnnto to Miss Katborino Minor. a HERD OK fir on-ga- Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. and. I have moved to ray new Hotel and am batter ptepartd than aver to accommodate the public. attached and every coDveoleuc.de- - n Oive rae a call. CTfiD J? DHflMC Two large brick one OlUlxEi IUUIVlo.finbtanford, Tor aale or rent. They are on Main Street, in tho principal block, 75 Mr. M.J. MILLER, btanford. Bronaugh,!Pror, - DtrtLom "Your OrabOrchard, Stock. Kentucky. Ctttl. de-he- W. S. BTJB.CH, Attorney at Law, Pigs for sale from the best types ct Rrgisterd Breeder secured from tni brat herds In several different Statta. Correspondence Solicited 1 Stanford, Office on Kentucky. Lancaster Street, oppotite the Court Iloute. Collection receive upcclal attention. SS New Process VaporStoves 1 I wilt go to any place where there are iu or mote cattle to behoin. I do the work, with the Lightning Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow In three second. Ilic kntfe nukes a clean, smooth cut, dots not crush ner break the horn, as tha clipper does. It it lb poly humane way ta l)e not punish the animal like the saw, and the wound gets well aa quick, again a that made by the saw. For fnrtttei Icfcrmallon. call en O. A. PEYTON", Stanford, Ky. 101. sSce the Lighting Prunieg Hook. TO THE LADIES. and ketd polled on what ladle ahould wear. Frtcaa reaonable Come in and give me a trial. I employ none but first das help. At present I can be found at MUt Carrie Por ter' residence on Lancaster Street. Respectfully, MISS MARY D SMITH Stanford, Ky. jj em I desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I am ready to serve you In Dr.ss Mating In any and all stilts. I take the belt fashion Journal Wc .ire now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experience it has not had a single explosion. Call and eaaslne mr work before harinr tour We guarantee every stove we put out, carruge repainted. am located is the only shop In town in which fine wurk caa be done and will akc it to your house and show you its be here permanently solicit a mare of vour liivMB w,ni,fi win .oursTVf 10 meni oy urtt simplicity. clsat woikvanthip abd fair treatment ol all. Shop 1 1 & Carriae P7iintr. trt ROYAL insuranes r OF Compiny DOIT'T Let your Painting, Papering and Calcimlnlng until you see Beldeo Brothers. We furnish material and guarantee first class work, or no money. Address, Stanford, Ky. tot. first-cla- ss B ARBEE DR. L. B. COOK, Stanford, Office Up J. W. Pcrrin, William Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. JT. : T. : STTTTOIT, G. Waller, li. K. Wearsn, J. W. Wnl-lacUNDERTAKER, J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Earp, W. F. McClary, James A. "Mudd, C. C. With- HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. Offers his the ruple ol and Cascr Counties of tScc the best Stove on earth be and Cailett services ono haod.Full .lock We.tCoffin always fore buying. , D. !. Carpenter, Manager. gj Rei'EKKKces. e, in Mrnefec Hullding ca Depot KIN LEY. Stanftrd, Ky. ija A-1- Lin-co- la - Ky. Mc Rob1 m) W. H. Wearen & Co, f FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD. KY. do-ta- Stairs; First Door East of erts' Drugstore. AI.. CLOTHING. My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as Call in when convenient. Capital Stock Surplus - 9200,000 21.300 CORDIALLY : INVITED A Daluty IaaUr Gift. To call and examine my Sprieg Millinery, which' I am opening up. I pride myself that it Is well, selected and that It Is bound to please. Having bought tor cash and being determined to sell for cash, I can sell at the lowest poatible prices. An examination will convince you. MRS A. A.McKINNEY. 6 Neat and Stylish Goods As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their If i I I I m i k wa tit" JLllii mi -- tOUISVatt.NrwAlBAIIYCKICA60 RTCs Only Dining Car Route From LOirzsirxxiXiX TO CHICAGO. "Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. Tor maps or any information, addres f E.H. BAC0.V, FRANK J. REID.) D. P. Agent, j or G. P. Agent, Chicago. I LouUvflle. 1 Tho very pretty framo whioh tho illustration shows is oxtremoly simplo nnd oasy to mako, and as it is cntiroly composed of Eastor lilies makes an idoal gift for that gladdest of all glad days. If you aro at all expert with your brush TO THI LADLES ! VAIjILTE AN BEAUTY illPlltlk My stock of Millinery and Notions Is kept constantly complete by wikly purchases and jou can alwavs find what you want I Invite you to call and inspect MISS LICCIE BKAZLEY, Stanford, Ky H. J. McROBERTS. Attention of the public U invited to the Lit that this I the only National Hank in Stanford Uod.r the provision of the National Dank are secuttd not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability for M amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors Of this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. t;it.swotn sutaaictita of th.coudtuoA uf U. baaJl ara made each yesrto the United Suits government and its assets are caamintd at stated titae bygovsrnmtnt agents, thus securing addlUtoa anif perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established aa tha Deposit Hank of Stanford In iljJ, then tied as the National Bank of Stanford In 1S65 and agata Flist National Hank ol Stanford in ibSi, has had practically an uninterrupted exittencaofs years. It Is better supplied now with facilities lor transacting butinass prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long aad honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-l.d. WaUibo Will act a E. m Attorney at Law, Stanlord, - - Kentucky. Executor, Administrator and Varnon, Attlgn-e- e s, Benver. (1(I Route. Be SURE ! i St. Paul. j NORFOLK - Special attention given to Settlement of as Attorney and kale and Division of nlants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. over Supt,,W. K. McCla-ry- 's office. 90 Ii : ReceiYing His : The Directory of this DanV is composed ol Fomius Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; . J II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W.Hayijen, Stanford; S.K. Ilaughman, .Lincoln; J.S.Hocker SUaford; W, A. Trlbble, Stanford; it. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Iiil!,Staoford. K. L. Tanucr, McKinney; S. Hocker, President; M.J.Miller.MLVerooa-- J AND Turnpilso Ilsotion. The stockholders ol the Danville chard pike are tequeited to meet at the First Na- tiooal Bank, it) stanlord, on uhuav, ai-k- . 6, 1895, 'or the purpose of electing directors lor JACK BOhLEY, the ensuing year. & Crab Or- SPRING AND : SUMMER D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky.,. Goad White feed Oats for tale. GOODS. call. I Jobs J, McRobcrU, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Astiitani Cashier. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me SPRING AND SUMMER. Farmers Banfc&Trnst OK Co t s v k ( and aro accustomed to painting flowers, you will find no difficulties in your way and may ho suro that you will meet with porfect succesi Solcct a circular cardboard frame and a sheot of puro whito water color paper. Thou cover tho framo neatly with whito SOLD TO ALL POINTS: cropo papor, nnd when flint is dsno mark on tho drawing papor two circles gHSO, INDIANA, ILLIWOIS, tho exact size, ono of tho opening and ono of tho edgo of tho framo. WISCONSIN, Within tho spaco so formed paint a MISSOURI, KANSAS, wreath of lilios liko or similar to tho ono given nnd taka ouio that yon get KIEBRASKA, COLORADO, nil tho color the loaves allow and nil tho JIRKAHSAS, CALIFORNIA, lovoly shading of tno flowers as woll as their porfect form. - TEXAS, , Whou tho painting is qnito dry, lay it down npon n smooth board and fasten it seenrely in its placo with four thumb tacks, ono in cnoh corner. Tliun tako a JRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS very sharp kuifu and cut tho paper on AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. wreath. . all tho lines of thogreat caro and pasto THE BEST ROUTE TO THE Lift it up witli it neatly into tho frame. Tho briHtdth nhoitld bo eo ifrrangcd 'ULlk.aH vestibuled coaches, that petals of tho lilies ostein! hero nud "" " sleeping and dining cars thoro over tho huo of tho cirolo so as to avoid anything liko a stiff lino. Then see that your tickets read over the whun you insert your photograph tho ilORFQLKWESTERN RAILRQM soft curves of tho blossoms will ourl CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. about tho face, and you will get tho efDescrlpiii fect of a head peeping through tho framo Writs for Rates, Mans, of lillos. in placo of such a hard lino as tinii'hleu, to any Stution Agct't, or to M. f. BHCC, ALLCN HULL, tu n nrVILL ono ubually sooa Clare Dunce. i'l IU.nir Aft. Bit. Vwtr ift. Irstellaf Pm. if . uoaauaaiia. loilUlS,o. 01'jaE.Tl. WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS STANFORD, KY., ready for business with sai now fully organiiedjand FOB SALE I mm,mam,im--- m Uaving decided to go to farmln I'deslre to sel privately all of m y properti at Kowland, consisting of a good, new dwelling ol 3 rooms, supplied ater Works. The with water Iroui ths blanford lot on which the house stands contains an acre and lies just outside of the town limits of of Kowland. The outhouses are numerous and in good repair. Also a new store room 30x40 located in tho forks of the Crab Orchard and "Cut OH" pikes. A aploudid stand tor one desiring to engage in the mercantile business Also a vacant lot on bhanks Ave. in Rowland. The aboe ,n- w'" " prcperty cost rae $3,155, It fur $1,500 Sjt cash, balance lu 6 and 1a months on or address, For further information call 1 iro J. II. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, leailng novoltlea in Millinery for which we ate knoAvn throughout the country. 1 nato secured a trimmer for the Now closing up) with thesarut suets and under tho same management. Genuine Oliver Chilled Flows. Step In and see a fully Thanking you lor past favors, we nspect solicit your patronage heretofore so literally JJy provisions of its chattel, depositors are at nice line of Rocklog Ch.ilrs aud Furniture. M". D. D UDDER A R bestawod. fully protected aa aie depositors in Nati aaj btovet cheaper than ever belore. , KATE DUDDKRAR, Manager. Livery Stable and Illacksmlth Shop for rent. u.m.., .1. uiciiuiucis utnig neiu inuiviauail liaole to the extent of the amount of their stovk W. Haiciiman therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the M.S. llAiciiitiM. J. amount invested In such shares. It may act as CEO. II. COOPEU. JAMES II. YEAC.ER. executor, admimatrator, trustee, Ac, as fuliy as an Surroys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Weglve the assurance' to the tradothat they will find in our establishment the same ciclusiveness In style of patterns, hats and btnneta nnd all the nrsl-ciata tea-so- Something to Beautify the Ladies. Paid up Capital of . Dally opentmng. New Hals, flowers and laces Surplus, $200,000. 20000. ' SALE OF Yeager & Cooper, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, fjeei & sale Livery aiidQFcccl Stable, livery, stable;, STANFOKD, mortiiBTORS Proprietors of, KY. individual. To those who entrusted their nuisinets to ns while mnaglnr; the Lincoln National liank 11 --m NORTH AND EAST. Lincoln County Bonds. The; Hating bought of P. W. Grcn his Livery business aim added new tu;ei and hurses , we aro prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- Stanford, as - truit tbey will contlauo to transact their bustnMi 1111 ..., a . II. nff..ln. n. a luAi.uiv. io. prompi alien uon to v..v.iMK tamo, our twenty years' experience la banking andat liberal accouimodationt at arc coexistent with sound banking. K .... - Kentucky. underilgncd committee will on front of the County Court day, sell publicly Conrt-Iloudtor in Stanford, Ten Lincoln county bonds of the denomiuatipupl S5o each, hearing annually ist 6 per cent. Irom date and'Tayaole Hie bonds are to mature in ao year day to with privilege reserved se Monday, April 8th, 1895, In S TURNOUTS If you need livery give us a call Nothfnix but turnout will leave our stable. See us for rates. In our 6rst-cl- iuhkctors: J J. Williamt.Mt, Vernon; . II. Shanks, buuiord; J. v S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Emhry, Stanford; J. B. 0sley, Stanford;. J. F. Casi, Silanfoidv, Tttnc-Tnblc- s, ya " otojj.fur J. j. F. CUMMINS, II. PAXTON, Committee. On short notice. The travt'lug public will find us always ready and willing to turnith Drummers'' wagons, either single or double, er Carri ages of all kinds at very LOW PRICES. The boys in and around town will also find us the peo pic to deal with. Stop with ns when In town at courts and entertainments and yuur horse and will be well cared for. YKAGER & COOPKR Myers House S able, (Stanford, Ky S; e HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, Bridles, Saddles, &c Have our repairing done by our man, he understands nis business. mechanic in our We have a TJT.AnsraMTTTT first-cla- arTi-i-P work and satisfactory Will guarantee prices. Tiy our horse ahoer, William Ooo.h,'bUnlord;' A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevtl'e, W. H.CunV Kiui, Preacbertillo S, H, Shanks, fretldent, Dr. J. B. Owslc, Caihler, I W, M. Bright, Tel cr ' A '1.