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OF A LOCAL MATURE. -- ';& '9 NO. 12 IN VIEW OF- - A number of our merchants have hail their stores flttoil up in Uio latest Thncily council lias flxetl tlio town tax nt i!G conta mid tho llacal court tlio county tux nt 22jc Communion mtrvlcea worn hold nt tho Presbyterian church yrntorduy morn-tant which timo Dr. Win. 0. Yourur, of Danville, preached nu excellent discourse. Tho mnctillciitlon niPOtlriK which has been m progress nt Ilryantavllle, closed lust nlKht. While a groat deal of it failed to come intercut was tnauifi-uludup to oxpectntlona. A good many Knlghta of Pythias from Stanford enmo over Sunday to attend tho burhil Of Bro. Win. F. Henry, Jr., thus oxHinplyfying tho friondship existing iu this oxcollHiit order. The commlBsioners of tho (traded school have closed tho dent for tho Garrard College property. Tho price paid is $S,000, which includes nil tho furniture, pianos and fixtures. The price is con siderod as very cheap, ns tlio property originally coat $'--' 1,000. Mr. W. F. Henry, Jr , died at his homo in the upper end of tho county Saturday morning, nftcr a week's illness Ho was n popular young of pneumonia. man nnd hnd many friends, who deeply deploro his death. After funeral servi ces nt tho Methodist church yenterdny afternoon, ho win buried iu the Linca-te- r cemetery by tho Kniuhtaof PythlRP, of which order ho win h dovoted mom bcr. g, , Tlio Stanford I.ntkrioii Jouk.val says Hon. James U. McCreary is not iu favor of tho free coinngo of silver. When did ho change? Iu thu extra accaion of the Fifty third Congress in Uio fall of 1S1KI he voted for free coinage of silver nt 10 to 1 as an amendment to the hill to repeal tl o Sherman law, nnd on various occasions S during his career in Congress has dono likewise. Wu are inclined to believe tho o Intukiou Jouiihal. is mistaken. O Messenger. For answer to tho nbovo wo submit nn excerpt from n recent interview with tho govemoi. Anything savoring of the free and unlimited coinage of tdlver upon our part would bhn'.e confidence and credit at homo and abroad and be disastrous to the country. It will not do. For 10 years in Congress I was the faithful and consistent friend of silver, and am yet, but I do not want to eeo It still further depreciated In tho eyes of tho world. I voted for tho coinage of thn seigniorage and bullion iu tho treasury-vo- ted to pass tho seigniorage bill over the present's vto. Wn hav about in bullion and seigniorage, which I am iu favor of coining at tho rate of aay, twenty-flv- o or thirty million per annum. I want to set) silver brought back to a solid basis, nnd it will como if wo don't act precipitately. Wo must wait and act In concert with the other great nations, whose commerce is eo closely connected with oure? wens-bor$125,-000,000 Tho other day Sam Jones was on a train and tho inevitable "news butcher" tackled him. Ho had no idea who he was bo ho handed tho evangelist a copy of his own book, "Quit Your Moaness," saying: "This is a book I sell n goo many of nnd people seem to liko it." 'Yes,' Mr. Jones dryly replied, 'I wrote it myself.' The 'butcher' contemplated him in silenco for a fo w seconds and then rejoining with withering scorn, The hell you did!' picked up his books nnd comtemptously walked olT. 1 Your nttractivo business manager, E. O. Walton, wnfl here last Monday and has written up nil tho leading features of the beginning of circuit court now in session nnd we will therefore not repont. From n luto letter from Captain ThouinsJ). Oodman, now staying for n short tluio in Memphis.Tenn., wo learn that he has gone into partnership with Mr aiiilin, of Somerset, who lately distinguished himself In tho train robbery ntlair, In tho claim agency business. All in tills and surrounding counties remember tho captain as tho energetic clerk for Col. Adam?, while a member of Congress. Captain Qodmin has had a varied experience in llfo'o thrilling drama. Ho was a soldier f jr 18 years. Entering tho volunteer service In tho Into unpleasantness at tho age of H, lie climbed nl1 the way up from private to tho captaincy in tho regular army. This ia diilicult for anyone to do in time of peace, except a West pointer. In tho disastrous defeat of Gen. Custer on the Big Uoon, ho to Benteen'a command and help, ed bury tho dead tho noxt day. Ho is a man of affability nnd his superior ability various accomplishments, and untiring industry will enable him to be successful iu anything ho undertakes. He will booh return nnd make his headquarters nt Washington, I). O. This Iihs been a busy week nnd n good crowd in attendance. Among tho lawyers from surrounding counties nt the latter part of tho week wo notice I. M. McRoberts and W. A. Tiibble, of Stin-forJohn W. Itiwllngs, of I'arksvillit K.J. Breckinridge, of Danville, mid nnd J. K. Hays, of Jnmestown. Dr. Steelo Bailey nud A. G. of Stanford, were hero on yesterday to tnko W. T. Humphrey through a medical examination in regard to a pension -- ho being unable to nttund tho board'a meetings at Stanford. A good many civil nud mimlemeauor cases have been brought before court during the week, BOtno of which were very Insignificant. Ono was for n boy hauling off imrt of a shock of fodder which another claimed; another was for n mill bnnd hauling n load of wood lato Sunday oven, in? in cold weather, vthon ho.was under the necessity of doiilfe so or let his family Buffer. Every sensible mon wants laws enforcod, but Pharisaical foolishness is not needed at present. Tho William Allen murder caso for the killing of Ben Barlow was called on Wednesday. AuVr many rejection, tho following jurymen were selected to try the case and tho trial commenced: E. H. Kldd, Milton H. Durham, James Short, James Baldock, W. W. Wells, John F. Lanham, W. E. Lucus, Jf. McQuery, D. W. Jones, II. T. Murphy, 8. W. Shuuanka and T. B. Carman. Tho evidence closed Friday morning between 10 and 11 and tho pleading ol counsel commenced. Able arguments were raado for tho defense by Col. It. J. Breckinridge, Col. Silas Adams and Geo E. Stone, and for the Commonwealth by John Belden, Bryant Stono and Commonwealth's Attorney J. C. Muocio, and tho caso submitted to the jury late Friday evening. Tho jury may bo more liable to be hung than tho priaoner. d, Bry-antSto- no Fast-lan- d, Minnesota municipal elections wbb tho Bucceos of tho license ticket in nearly every place was at Iseue. There are at least two casea on record of five children at a birth, viz , a woman of Konfgsberg, Septembar 3, 1781, nnd the wife of Nelson, a tailor, iu Oxford Market, October, 1800. Tho Kentucky Educational Association will assemblo iu Lexington July 1 and will continue threo days. Thero will he COO or 8"0 teachers in Lexington at that time. Florida products are valued nt 1 aunually, about 15.000,000 of which is represented by tho fruit product nnd 7,000,000 by Held crops. Reporter. Tho statement is made In the Hallway Ago that Iu tho last five years thero have been 111 "hold upa" of railroad traiiiB in tho United States, with a Joes of U7 killed and 30 wounded. If this entire country were as pop ulous as Hhodo Island its inhabitants would number 015,700,300. Yet Rhode Islaud Is by no moans crowded, and is growing at a respectable rate. New port News is now the best export point for grain in tho country, and jrnin dealers get two or threo cents more a bushel for grain for export from that, point than any other. Most of it goca over the Chesapeake and Ohio. John J. Iugnlla is making speeches which indicate a determination on his part to thrust oil tho lid of his coflln and scratch out. But ho will nover do it. All tho KaiiBas real estate on which ho has ovor held mortgages Is piled over his political remains, Two hundred years ago last July tho flank of England started on tho basis of a government. Mobt. to it of 1,000,000 pounds sterling. Tho debt the government now owes the bank is 11,000,000 pounds, or 155,000,000. That bIiowb how debts do continually grow aud grow aud 00 -Or- As vnst aa Alaska is, nnd nnd ns inTho fiscal court of Garrard fixed the calculable aa is its wealth, wo paid Itus-ai- a levy at 22J centB. for it Ices thnn half a cent an acre. j Judge Oharlea E. Klncald ia Low Tho most noticeable feature of tho Slate correepondent-atdarg- o for the Cin- -, cinuati Commercial. Gazette. -- The Bell county fiecal court decided to try to fund her $50,000 bonded debt at 4 per cent. It now bearB 0. Tho Record telle of the death of Mies Nannie Watson Letcher nt tho home of her nfece, Mies Ella WatBon, aged 03 Primary elections nro rapidly falling into disrepute. The Marion democrats will select their candidates for the Leg islature in convention. J. Madison Shelburnc, of Taylors-vlllerepresentative of Georgetown College, Friday at Lexington won the intercollegiate contest over five contest-ant, e. A : CHAN JULY i, 1895, we.ofler At Cost For Cash -- Everything in our line, such as- - Wagons, Flows, Stoves; Harness Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, -ando Capt. Peter McKanna, Superinten- f dent of tho Mills Springs National Cem- etery, nine wiles west of Somerset, is dead. He was 5S years of age, aud was a native of New York, serving through tho rebollion with distinction. John Morgan, jailer of Clay county, was mortally wounded on Goose creek while attempting to arrest Matt ABber, an army deserter. ABber resisted, and he and his brother Caleb attacked Morgan, indicting a fatal knife wound. The Reporter aayB that Cashier J. A. McGee, of the First National Bank beat Col. John S. May for County Treasurer. It waa tho first time the colonel had ever known defeat, though repeatedly a caudidato for office aa well as matrimony. Miss Virginia Grig9by, daughter of tho late Gen. J. Warreu Grigsby,of Danville, has been committed to the Insane Asylum at Lexington. Misa Grigsby'a mother was the daughter of ono of Kentucky's most distinguished Governors III health and overwork in one of the department at Washington are eaid to be tho causes of tho young lady's Alderman T. Logan Hocker.of Lexington, who Is related tol.ourJ.Hockeie, saye: "The party or parties who charge that I counived wfth a contractor; nro infamous liars, cowards and! scoundrels, individually aud collectively, and I make this statotnont with no view of retraction, being ready now and will be here after to defend, demonstrate and prove what I say." In an interview with a Ciucinnat1 paper correspondent, Gov. McCreary says "I am out for the Senate and nothing else. I havo Btated postively that I will not be a candidate for representative any more, and I intend to stick to it. The people of the district have;. been generous in sending me to Congress six times, and I now intend to give the other boys a chance, whether I get promotion or Groceries of All Kinds. Come now and help yourself while you have A ." LARGE ." To select from. STOCK FARRIS & HARDIN GREAT : SALE, 'dsBp" OF SPRING CAPES. We certainly have the finest collection of Spring Capes ever offered in any inland town. For style, quality and make up, we know of nothing superior. They range in price from $i to S12 and every Cape good style and well made. You can not afford to select your Spring Wraps without examining ours. The prices, styles up will iWEffiWrelayl3i and make fastidious.commend our Capes to the most Don't forget while in our store to examine our Dress Goods, both in wash goods and woolens, ranging in price from 5c to $1, and these are better goods than ever offered at the price. We also have about 50 patterns of silk shirt waists, to which we invite special' attention, ranging in price from 25c to Si. 50. To the Gentlemen: We would especially address ourselves on the subject of Clothing. Come and see our new Clothing room with all our new things in Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods. grow. Tho National Council of Elucation will convene July 5th, nnd tho Genernl SesionB of tho National Educational Association will be held July 0th to 12th 1895, in the city of Denver, Col. Railroads havo agreed to a rate of ono fare for tho round trip, plus $2 membership fee. Write to J. N. Aglar, general agent Union Pacific system, St. Louis, for pamphlet containing full information. "Coins Financial School" ia tho nBtno cf a recent d publication that has obtained a largo circulation by reason of its ingenious method of teaching financial untruths. "Coin" is represented as an exceedingly brilliant young financier of the free silver stripe, who delivers public lectures on finance to audiences composed of United States Senators, great bankers and other celebrities. He calls these people by name, puts words in their mouths and then paralyzes them with his wonderful replies. Tho book la an impudent imposition based on misrepresentation throughout, but has Impressed many a Bucker. Htrrodaburg Democrat. yellow-backen not." Jesse II. Sumner, of Buncombe county, N. 0., shot two beys from ambush and killed them. Since Constantino Buckley Kilgoro, of Texas, han been given a place on tho bonch he has done absolutely no kicking. That theft of gold from Ithol Carson mint during the last year of the Harrison Administration has grown to ISO,-00- HUGHES & TATE. ) James Frye, HUSTON YILL,B, KY. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. A good black slicker Si. 25, very fine rubber coat Si. So worth S3. Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for Mens' 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor S15. made for Si 2. 50 to Si 5, former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. i Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you; Wash Fabricks I have I have a line of in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They arc all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 worth S3. '"Tho sequel Buy and sell for Cash.1 JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. 0. Good Old him for? Party-W- hat did you hit Boy He8 been callln' mo nameafor a week. Good Old Party Why didn't you pray for him? Boy I did. I prayed that ho'd get fall oH a roof, or git hit tho small-powith a brick; but my prayers didn't git answered wuth n cent, so I jess took do job iu mo own IiBiidfl Puck. x, "But ho is so much younger than his wife." "I kuow that, but then ho will bo much older 10 years from now." "Ah for that matter, won't eho also bo much older?" "My dear sir, she id a woman. Just you wait 10 years and seo," Boston Transcript. m Tho coldtst place in tho West is said to bo tho little town of Halleck, on tho Central Pacific Kiilway. It is built at tho very bottom of a vailey that ex tends due north to tho Arctic circle, and railroad men Bay that this valley acts ns a great natural windpipe which brings the coldest blasts of the North Pole stiaight down iuto the unlucky village. At Talbotton, Ga., O. S. Crawford, a citizen of Buena Vista, who has long been in the habit of scandalizing his neighbors by blasphemous utterances about God and tho Bible, was talking In his usual strain last week about thero being "0 God and defying Him if He did oiiot, when his house was struck by lightning and set on fire. Two Dover, 0. T train robbers forced tho Itov. Mr. Godfroy to glvo them their Biipper, after which they robbed him of his money and two of his best horses. He gave pursuit, and his body was found riddled with bullets. Firo destroyed tho plant of tho American Starch Works at Columbus, Ind, causing a loss of $300,000. Tho concern was outside tho trust, nud has been doing a rushing bua.'uess, employing 300 men. m m Tin i remedy is becoming to well known and 10 popular alo need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters ting the tame sons of news for you! Tho Governor has praiie. A purer medicine docs not exist and ft ii you for 30 days. guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Colored Murderer I doan call dnt no Hitters will cure all diseases of the l.lverfr"! will remove l'iinples, lloils.Salt Khcum aud good nuwB, when 1 done madn uiy peace other affections caused by impure blood; wilt drive malaria from tho system and prevent as en iuwited all my fr'en's ter do hangin wellas cure all malarial fevers, l'or cure ol Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Elecitlr I wuz duo iu heabeu on Wednesday! Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money reluuded. 1'ilco 50c aud fi per bottle at A .K. on high, I'enny's drug store. Weru u star quenched Jailer (to colored murderer) Good rca-plte- Electrlo Blttora. d V'H-ney- s, For ages would its light, Two Llvoa Saved. SUH UttVoiing dowuvsaid from tho faky, Mr. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was Stdtie on our mortal sight. told by her doctors she had consumption and trut So when a good man dies, there was no hope for her, but two bottlis of Dr. Kirig'H Nfr Discovery completely cured her and For years beyond our ken sheiaysit saveU her Ufa. Mr. Thos. Kggers, 139 The light ho leaves behind him liea Florida SI., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadUpon tho pallia of men. ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without Longfellow. result every thiufelso then bought one bottle of . The Queen & Crescent Route annou-There are now SO Bhipa engaged in ces reduced rates to the following meet- - tho business of carrying frozen meat to ingf: England. They have a capacity, of The Southern Baptist Convention to carcasses. bo hold at Washington. D. 0., May 9th At n meeting of tho plate glass to 10th. Ono fare for tho round trip, manufacturers, hold in Pittsburg, a comselling May 7th and 8th, good 15 days for bination was effected. Capital stock fixreturn. ed at 110,000,000. General Assembly Cumberland PresSenator Palmer, in an interview, byterian Church nt Meridinn, Miss., Mny aaya tho action of tho Illinois democratic 10th to 23th. One faro for tho round committee in calling a State convention trip, selling May 13th to 15th, good to re- to declare for free silver doeslnot reflect turn until June 3rd. the sentiment of tho Illinois domocracy. General Assembly Presbytorian The proclamation for tho opening of Church Dallas, Tex., May 17th to 2Gth. tho Yankton lands iu South Dakota will One faro for tho round trip, selling tick- not bo issued until there can be an inets Mny 13th and 15th, good to return vestigation by the Secretary of the Inuntil June 3rd. terior of the present contentions that Tho Spring Running Races, Lexing- exist there. ton, Ky., April 20th to Mny 1th. Tick-et- a A hotel in course of construction iu ono and ono third for tho round trip, Russia collapsed, burying 30 workmeu. from Cincinnati and from all stations in Sixteen corpses have bten taken nut. Kentucky, April 26th to May 4th. Good The architect committed suicide. He till May 0th to return. planned tho theatre in tho eame town Seo or address Chas. W. Zell, D, that collapsed last year. P. A., Cincinnati, O. W. A. Becklor Look out for the irrepressible femalo N. P. A., Ill Adama St. Chicago, 111, who is canvassing our neighboring cities O. A. Baird, T. P. A., Detroit. W. W. Dunnavant, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. O. Belling pants buttons, saya nu exchange. She snaps one of her buttons on a marRinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. ried man, and he ia compelled to buy a Hon. J. D. Carroll, chairman of the box iu order to explain to his wife where democratic State central committee, has he got the button. In some instances abe issued a ruling straightening out tho will clip off two or threo buttons, nud ho confusion aa to the call for precinct is compelled to buy a box or go around meetiiigs lor June 14. I'lio oliect of his holding up his trousers. If you should itecieiou ia Unit changes made in tho happen to seo a female peddler you boundaries of precincts since last No- should fight shy, she may prove the pnuta button fiend. vember nro to be ignored. m county farmer has conA Nicholas A sloppy Bteet, tracted with a pepper factory to plant, An ankle neat, No staring when she croeses; 30 acres in red pepper. Tho reason this: 'Tis no fair miss. To tho Democrats of Lincoln County. Tho ankle is a horse's. I am a candidate to represent Lincoln county in CLOTHING :d:re!ss qooids I PLOWS AID PLOW HARNESS, Have jual received a full line of Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing. Tfc Ton thousand people participated in the exercises on tho Shiloh battlefield Saturday. the next Legislature of (Kentucky, subject to the Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. action of tho Democratic party. I stand squarely for cuts, brumes, The best salve upon the National Democratic platform. Endorse sores, ulcers, salt in the world sores, tetter, chaprheum, fryer Dr. King's New Discovery and iu two weeks was Cleelantl and Carlisle. Am for James B. McCrehands, chilblains, corns and all sicln eruptions, ped cured. He Is naturally thankful. It is such reIt positively cures piles, or no pay reputred. It is sults of which these are samples, that prove the ary lor U. S. Senator and in lavor of Free Turnguaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or .noney wooderfulellicacycf this medicine in couehs and pikes. Respectfully, refunded. Price 25 cents per box, Kor ale by colds. Free trial bottles at G. L. Penny, Exor's M. F. North. A. K. Peony, Stanford, Ky. Diugatore. Regular size joe and f 1. w . I-- PEPSINS, Oral: Orchard. :... -- .".j;. ', jy?- - " ip,-;,-! rt$yrv &tfr ' "'."TlWIP -- f"Tr " --- VW t. "- - vol. xxiii. LANCASTER, A Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1895. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. . NO.12 -- GARRARD COUNTY. ODDS AND ENDS, OF A LOCAL NATURE. in- - thu brginning of circuit court now in f Thu most nmlonaUU i,n ... . . iiml ..,. ...ill .1 l ti l,,l'rp,0" " repeat.. .Minnesoia municipal elections was tho .. i .um n mio letter from Captain success of tho license ticket in nearly aiioihuo u. uoainan, now Btaying for a "very place was nt ieeuo. suori iiuio in Memphis, Tonn., wo earn There are nt least two cases on recmat no iihh gone Into partnership with ord of live children at n birth, viz , a Mr Grifllu, of Somerset, who lately dis- woman of Konigsberg, September 3, tinguished himself In thu train robbery 1781, nnd the wife of Nelson, a tailor. In allair, in tho claim aguncy business. All Oxford Market, October, 1800. In this nnd surrounding counties reinem-bu- r The Kentucky Educational Associathu captain as tho energetic clerk for tion will assemble in Lexington July 1 Col. Adam, whllo n member of Con- nnd will continue three days. Thero gress. Captain Godnnn has had a var- will bo 000 or S 0 teachers in Lexington ied experience in lifo'o thrilling drama. nt that time. Ho was a soldier hr 18 years. Kutering' Florida products are valued at tho volunteer Bervice in the late annually, about J5.000.000 of tho ago of ho climbed nll which is presented by tho fruit prothe way up from private to tho captaincy duct nnd 17,000,000 by Deld crops. In tho regular nrmy. This is dlfllcult for Reporter. anyone to do in time of peace, exctpt a Tho statement is made In the HallWest pointer, In tho disastrous defeat way Age that In tho lost five years thero of Gen. Custer on tho Big Uoon, ho be- have been 111 "hold tips" of railroad longed to Benteen's cornm.wd and help, trains in tho United States, with n loss fil bury the dead the noxt day. Ho is n of 11 killed and 30 wounded. man of affability nnd his HUporior ability If this oiitiro country were as pop various accomplishments, nnd untiring ulous as Unodo Island its Inhabitants Industry will enable him to he successful would number 915,700.300. Yet Rhode in anything ho undertakes. He will soon Island is by no moans crowded, nnd is return and make his headquarters at growing nt n resptctablo rate. Newport News is now the best export Washington, D. O. This Iihh been a busy week and a point for grain in tho country, nud good crowd in attendance. Among tho grain dealers get two or threo cents more lawyers from surrounding counties at the a buihel for grain for export from that latter part of the week wo notice P. M. point than any other. Most of it goes McKoberls and W. A.Tiibble, of Stin-for- over tho Chesapeake and Ohio. John J. Ingalla is making speeches John W. Uiwllngs, of lirkavillc H.J. Breckinridge, of Danville, and Bry- which indicate a determination on his Tho Stanford Intkrioh Joi'ii.nal nays ant Stone and J. K. Hnye, of Jamestown. part to thrust ofl tho lid of his coffin nnd Hon. Jnmca U. McCreary is not in favor Dr. Steele Bailey and A. G. East- scratch out. But he will never do It. All of the free cointgu of silver. When did land, of Stanford, were hero on yester- tho Kansas real estate on which he has ho change? In tlio extra nefsion of tho day to tako W. T. Humphrey through a ever held mortgages is piled over his poFifty third Congress in tho fall of IS03 ho medical examination in regard to a pen- litical remains. Two hundred years ago last July tho voted for free coinage of silver nt Id to I sion -- ho being unable to nttend tho to tho bill to repeal tl o board's meetings at Stanford. A good Bank of England started on the basis of es an amendment Sherman law, and on various occasions many civil ntid misdemeanor cases have n government Wobt.to it of 1,000,000 during his career in Congresa has done been brought beforo court during thu pounds sterling. Tho debt the governlikewise. Wo nre inclined to believe the week, some of which were very insignifi- ment now owes tho bank is 11,000,000 Owens cant. Ono was for a boy hauling oil part pound?, or jSj.OOO.OOO. That shows how I.NTKitroit Jol'iixal is mistaken. of n shock of fodder which nnother debts do continually grow and grow and boro Messenger. to tlio nbovo wo submit claimed; another was for a mill hnnd grow. For answer Tho National Council of Elucation an excerpt from n recent Interview hauling a load of wood latoSundav oven will convene July 5th, nud tho Geueral with the governor. Anything savor- ini: in cold weather, when hoawaa under ing of the free and unlimited coin- tho uereesity of doiilg eo or let his fami- Sessions of the National Educational age of silver upon our part would shake ly suffer, livery sensible man wants laws Association will bo held July 9th to l'Jih conQdenco and credit nt home and abroad enforced, but Pharisaical foolishness is 1S95, in tho city of Denver, Col. Railand be disastrous to the country. It will not noosed at present. Tho William Al- roads havo agreed to a rate of ono fare not do. For 10 years in Congress I was len murder case for the killing of Bon for tho round trip, plus $2 membership fee. Writo to J. N. Aglar, general agent the faithful and consistent friend of sil- uanow was csiieu on Wednesday. Aitr Union Pacific system, St. Louis, for ver, and nm yet, but I do not want to see many rejection, tho following urymen in tho eyes of were selected to try the case and tho trial pamphlet containing full information. it still further depreciated tho world. I voted for tho coinagu of the commenced: K. II. Kldd, Milton II. "Coins Financial School" is tho name eelgniorago and bullion in tho treasury-vot- ed Durham, James Short, James Baldock, cf n recent d publication to pass tho seigniorage bill over the W. W. Wells, Jobu F. Laotian), W. E. that has obtained a largo circulation by Lucus, N McQuery, I). W. Jones, II. T. reason of its ingenious method of teachpre'dfiit's vto. Wo have about $ in bullion and seiguiorage, which Murphy, 8. W. Shubanks and T. B. Car- ing financial untruths. "Coin" is repI am in favor of coining at tho rato of man. Tho evidence closed Friday morn- resented as an exceedingly brilliant or thirty million per an ing between 10 and 11 and tho pleading young financier of the free Bilvor stripe, say, twenty-fiv- e num. I wflnt to sou silver brought back of counsel commenced. Ablo arguments who delivers public lectures on finance to a solid basis, and it will come if we were mado for tho defense by Col. K. J. to audiences composed of United States don't net precipitately. Wo must wait Breckinridge, Col. Silas Adams and Geo Senators, great bankers end other celeand act in concert with the other great E. Stone, and for tho Commonwealth by brities. He calls these people by name, nntionp, whose commerce is so closely John Belden, Bryant Stono and Com- puts words in their mouths and then monwealth's Attorney J. O. Muncie, and paralyzes them with his connected with ours? wonderful rethe case submitted to tho jury late Fri- plies. Tho book is an impudent imposiTho other day Sam Joues was on a day evening. Tho jury may be more liation based on misrepresentation throughtrain and tho inevitable "news butcher" ble to be hung thau tho prisoner. out, but has impressed many a sucker. tackled him. Ho had no idea who ho Hirrodsburg Democrat. was so ho uanuect tho evangelist a copy Tho coldtst place in tho West is of his own book, "Quit Your Meanest," paid to bo tho littlo town of Halleck, on The Queen & Orescent Route onnou-- n saying: "This is a book I sell a goo tho Central Pacific Kailway. It is built ces reduced rates to the following : many of and people seem to like it." at tho very bottom of a vadey that exYes,' Mr. Jonea dryly replied, 'I wrote it tends due north to tho Arctic circle, and Tho Southern Baptist Convention to myself.' The 'butcher' contemplated railroad men ey be hold at Washington. D. C, May 9th that this valley acts as him in silenco for a few seconds and then a great natural windpipe which brings to 10th. Ono faro for tho round trip, rejoining with withering scorn, 'The the coldest blasts of the North Pole selling May 7th and Sth, good 15 days for hell you did!' picked up his books nnd straight down into the unlucky village. return. comtemptously walked off. General Assembly Cumberland PresAt Talbotton, Ga., O. S. Crawford, a byterian Church at Meridian, Miss., May citizen of Buena Vista, who has long did you hit Good Old Party-W- hat 10th to 23th. One faro for tho round been in the habit of scandalizing his trip, selling May 13th to 15th, good to re him for? neighbors by blasphemous utterances Boy He's been callin' mo names fer a turn until Juno 3rd. about God and tho Bible, wna talking in week. General Assembly Presbyterian his usual strain last weok about there Good Old Party Why didn't you pray Church Dallas, Tex., May 17th to 2Gth. being no God and defying Him if He for him? One faro for the round trip, Belling tickdid oxlot, when his house was struck by Boy I did. I prayed that ho'd get ets Mny 13th and 15th, good to return lightning and net on tiro. thesmnll-pox- , fall off a roof, or git hit until June 3rd. Two Dover, O. T train robbers forcwith a brick; but my prayers didn't git Tho Spring Running Races, Lexinged tlio Kov. Mr. Godfrey to give them answered wuth n cent, bo I jess took do ton, Ky April 20th to May 4th. Ticktheir supper, after which they robbed job in mo own hand! Puck. ets ono and one third for tho round trip, him of his money nnd two of his best from Cincinnati and from all stations in "But ho is so much younger than his horses. Ho gave pursuit, nnd his body Kentucky, April 20th to May 4th. Good wna found riddled with bullets. wife." till May Uth to return. Firo destroyed the plant of tho "I know that, but then ho will bo See or address Chas. W. Zell, D, much older 10 years from now." American Starch Works at Columbus, P. A., Cincinnati, O. W. A. Beckler "As for that mnttor, won't eho nlso be liul , causing a loss of 1300,000. Tho N. P. A., Ill Adams St. Chicogo, 111, much older?" concern was outside thu trust, and has O. A. Balrd, T. P. A., Detroit. W. W. "My dear sir, eho is a woman. Just been doing n ruahiug buaiuess, employDuiinavnnr, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. O. you wult 10 years and aeo," Boston ing 300 men. Rinearson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, O. Transcript. Electric Blttors. Hon. J. D. Carroll, chairman of tho anil to This Jailer (to colored murderer) Good popular remedy if becoming to well knownAll who democratic Stato central committee, has tD need no special mention, at news for you! Tho Governor haa res- have used Electric Hitters ting the tamo lone of issued a ruling straightening out tho prnite. A purer medicine does not exist and It Is pited you for 30 days. guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric confusion ns to the call for precinct Colored Murderer I doan call dnt no Hitlers v. Ill cure all diseases ofthc Liver ft"l k II. meetings lor June 14. l no effect of his ne), will rcmovo l'iinples, Hoili.Salt Kheum and good news, when I done mndn my peuco other alTecttous caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from tho system and prevent as decision is tliat changes mmlo in tho en iuwited all my fr'en's ter do liangin well at cure all malarial fevers. For cure ol Head- boundaries of precincts since last Noache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Elect rlr I wuz duo in heabeu on Wednesday Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money vember aro to be ignored. . ... refunded. I'ricosoc and ft per bottle at A .R. A Nicholas couuty farmer has conI'enny's drug sliyc. Were a star quenched on high, tracted with a pepper factory to plant, For ages would its light, Two Llvos Savod. 30 acres in red pepper. Still tittVoiing iWuvtuid from tho sky, Mr. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was Shine on our mortal sight. told by her doctors she had consuiuutlon and that S3 when a good man dies, To tho Democrats of Lincoln County. there was no hopo fur her, but two bottles of Dr. For years beyond our ken Kick's New Discovery completely cured her and I am a caudtdate to represent Lincoln county in he says It saved her life. Mr. Trtos. Kggers, 139 The light he leaves behind him lies Florida St., San Kiancirco, suffered irom a dread- the next Legislature of (Kentucky, subject to the Upon tho paths of men. ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without action of tbo Democratic party. I stand squarely Longfellow. result every thiu; else Ihon bought ono bottle of upon the National Democratic platform. Endorse Dr. King's New Discovery and iu two weeks was cured, lie Is naturally thankful. It is such re- Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James U. McCreTon thousand people participated in sults of which these are samples, that prove the ary lor U. S. Senator and in lavorof Free Turnwonderful clh'cacy of this medicine Ueipectfully, the exerrises on tho Shiloli battlefield colds, free trial bottles at G, L. In coughs and pikes. Penny, Exor's M. F. North. Dnjjjatorc. Regular size 50c and (1, Saturday. Tim city council lias flxcil tlio town tax nt 15 cents and tlio fhcal court the county tax nt 22jc. Communion Bbrvices wero held at tho Presbyterian church yeatorduy morn-Idat which time Dr. Win. 0. Younij, of Danville, preached an excellent discourse. Tlio Binctillcatlon mooting which baa been in prorea at Uryanlsvllle, closed last nllit. Whllo n 'uroat deal of interest was manifested, it failed to conio up to oxpectations. A good many Knights of Pythias from Stanford came oyer Sunday to nt tond the burial Of Bro. Win. F. Henry, Jr., thus oxemplyfylnK tho friendship existing in this excellent order. Tho commissioners of tho graded school have closed the deal for the Garrard College property. Tho price paid is S,000, which iucludes all the furniture, pianoa and fixtures. The price is con slderod aa very cheap, as tho property originally coat SLM.OOO. Mr. W. F. Henry, Jr , died nt his home in tho upper end of the county Saturday morning, nftcr a week's illness Ho was a popular young of pneumonia. man and had mnny friends, who deeply deploro his death. After funeral eervi ces nt tho Methodist church yesterday afternoon, he wai buried in thu by tho Knights of Pythian, devoted mem of which order ho win ber. k, Lincta-tercemotory number of our merchants hnvo Iw. wn .uu, inn nun JHHl iUOIHlAV AI1H. .... nit UB :.1 t.,Cllntllnliln na In itta tulti. their Mores (Html up In tlio latent ins written up nil thu leading features of eia for it less than half a cent an ncre. style. hud I I your attractive business manager, E. -- As vast ... IN VIEW OF- - as Alaskn is, and and as MKRulnn "i uitr ?15,-000,0- 00 unpleab-anlnesa- at -Or- -ando d, yellow-backe- 125,-000,0- 00 Tho fiscal court of Garrard fixed the levy at 22J centfl. Judge Charles E. Klncaid is now fof the CinSlato correspoudent-Ht-iargcinnati Commcrcial-Gazotte- . The Bell county fiscal court decided to try to fund her $30,000 bonded debt at 4 per cent. It now bears 0. Tho Record tella of tho death of Miea Nannie Watson Letcher at the home of her niece, MIfs Ella Watson, aged 03 Primary elections aro rapidly falling into disrepute. The Marion democrats will select their candidates for tho Leg islature in convention. J. Maiiieon Shclburne, of Taylors-villerepresentative of Georgetown College, Friday at Lexington won the intercollegiate contest over five contestants. Capt. Poter McKanna, Superintendent of the Mills Springs National Cemetery, nine miles west of Somerset, is dead. Ho was 53 years of age, and was a native of New York, serving through tho rebollion with distinction. John Morgan, jailer of Clay county, was mortally wounded on Goose creek while attempting to arrest Matt Asher, an army deserter. Asher resisted, and he and his brother Caleb attacked Morgan, inflicting a fatal knife wound. Tho Reporter saya that Cashier J. A. McGee, of the First National Bank beat Col. John H. May for County Treasurer. It was thu first time tho colonel had ever known defeat, though repeatedly a candidato for office as well es matrimony. Miss Virginia Grigaby, daughter of tbo late Gen. J. Warren Grigsby,of Danville, has been committed to tho Insane Asylum at Lexington. Miss Grigsby'a mother was the daughter of one of Kentucky's most distinguished Governors III health and overwork in one of tho department at Washington are said to bo tbo causes of the young lady's 'derangement. Alderman T. Logan Hockor.of Lexington, who is related tol.ourJ.HockerB, eayt: "The party or parties who chargo that I connived wfth n contractor? aro infamous liars, cowards and; scoundrels, individually nnd collectively, and I make this statomont with no view of retraction, being ready now and will be here- alter to detenu, demonstrate and prove what I say." In an interview with a Cincinnati paper correspondent, Gov. McCreary Bays "I am out for the Senate and nothing else. I havo stated postively that I will not be a candidate for representative any more, and I intend to stick to it. The people of the district have;. been generous in sending me to Congress six times, and I now intend to give the other boys a chance, whether I get promotion or o , CHAN GE At Cost For Cash : JULY 1, A 1895, we.offer -- Everything in our line, such as- - Wagons, Flows. Stoves. Harness, Queenswarc, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Groceries of All Kinds. Come now and help yourself while you have A LARGE ." To select from. STOCK FARRIS & HARDIN GREAT : SALE ) We certainly have the finest collection of Spring Capes ever offered in any inland town. For style, quality and make up, we know of nothing superior. They range in price from Si to $2 and every Cape good style and well made. You can not afford to select your Spring Wraps without examining ours. The prices, styles and make up will commend our Capes to the most fastidious. Don't forget while in our store to examine our Dress Goods, both in wash goods and woolens, ranging in price from 5c to $1, and these are better goods than ever offered at the price. W: also have about 50 patterns of silk shirt waists, to which we invite speciai attention, ranging in price from 25c to Si. 50. To the Gentlemen: We would especially address ourselves on the subject of Clothing. Come and see our new Clothing room with all our new things in Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods. 'Ura OF SPRING CAPES. not." Jesse U. Sumner, of Buncombe county, N. O., shot two beys from ambush and killed them. Since Constantino Buckley Kilgore, of Texas, haa been given a place on the bench ho has done absolutely no kicking. That theft of Rold from Ithel Carson mint during the last year of the Harrison Administration has grown to JSO,-000. HUGHES & TATE. James Frye, HUSTON YILUS, KY. I have an immense stock of good3 now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. Mens' sandals worth 75c Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor S15. made for $12.50 to Si 5. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. SS-5- 1 inoet-Inge- There aro now 80 ships engaged in tho business of carrying frozen meat to England. Thoy have a capacity of carcasses. At a meeting of the plate glees manufacturers, held iu Pittsburg, a combination was effected. Capital stock fixed at 10,000,000. Senator Palmer, In an Interview, says the action of the Illinois democratic committee in calling n State convention to declare for free silver does;not reflect the sentiment of the Illinois democracy. The proclamation for tho openiug of the Yankton lauds in South Dakota will not bo issued until there can be an investigation by tho Secretary of the Interior of tho present contentions that exist there. A hotel in course of construction in Russia collapsed, burying 30 workmen, Sixteen corpses have b( en taken out. The architect committed suicide. He planned tho theatre iu tho same town that collapsed last year. A good black slicker Si. 25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth GLOTHIUG O-OOID- I S3. ried man, and he is compelled to buy a box iu order to explain to his wife where ho got the button. Iu some instances she will clip oft" two or threo buttons, and ho Is compelled to buy a box or go around holding up his trousers. If you should happen to Bee a female peddler you should fight shy, eho may prove tho pauts button fiend. A sloppy eteet, I know Woolen dress that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you; Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They Look out for the irrepressible female are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. who is canvassing our neighboring cities A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latestshaye, for Si. 15 "Tlu; sequel Buy and sell for Cash.1 selling pants buttons, says an exchange. worth S3. She snaps one of her buttons on a marJAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. IDIRESS goods in great variety of style and quality and S ! & FLuwS ii I Live iiji .,.. . FLOW HARNESS. & Gibbs' jual received a full line of Tho reason this: "lis no fair miss. Tho ankle is a hoiso's. No staring when alio crosses; An ankle neat, 0!ivr,s Chilled and Buclier Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows The best salve in the world for cuti, bru'ies, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, frver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, It positively cures piles, or no pay repuircd. It is guaranteed to give pertcct satisfaction or .noney refunded. Price 25 cents ptr box. Kor tale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Bucklin's Arnica Salvo. And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing. w ai PSHSINS, Crab Orchard. ', , fA, nsrftTWUllftSIHu'i V" - . Lehman, the cattlo buyer, estimate There are still soino democrats loft averaging tho loUhetic and tho victorious In tho that 310,003 Anfcrlcnu cattle, 1,100 lbs., wero shipped to Europe lust Interior Journal pride of Loudon aoclety, ia in jail ex- in Iown, and thoy wero municipal election at Oavonport. posed and disgraced. He sued tho -- It is Bald Mr. Cleveland will not call year.Dogs had of Queenshury for libol, and killed 23 lambs and 3 ewes lor no mUter Ky., - Amul 9, 1805 what waa charged Against him and moro an extra Beaslon of Congress, may bo. A. W. Carpenter tho other night. Mr. Swntord. decision incomo-takilled by provon. The story of the trial as cabled what tho I'M Carter also had 10 sheep Good. across tho aoa ia disgusting In its details, New dogs. Fivo people wero killed by tho W. P. WALTON. and shows tho depravity whicii can. Dunn & Ballard, of Madison, boiigtit Orleans explosion. Tho theory that the county of Thompsometimes be hid with a f.mltleea FORIn tho matter ia not 50 feeding cattlo in this Wihio Iibb been petted and toast, Mafia had a hand Govor'aud others, S00 to 1,200 lbs , son, credited. ed by Bociety, which could not do him generally afat 3 to 3Jc. Tho Kansas Supremo Court haa too much honor, but ho run compietiy Sales of a lot of IGOpound hogs at I case, in a murder lEVE&IID.A.'X. loatoutby tho terrible exposure aud firmed a eentenco at l cents and practically recognizing hypnotism aa a cents, November lambs ii head are reported in the there will bo nono so poor In the future sheep at $3 factor In munlur cases. na to do him roveranco. Tub old Enoch Anion etory, with -- B. F. Alford, surveyor of tho port fti Advocate. la ever occurring. The latest ItanzW Bros. &. Hays havo farmed brought auit RgaintB J. The supremo court, which has been in Louisville, haa charg their saddle stallion, Silver Tip, to Bice comes from Lexington. Sixteen years damages for his wife and ibor for some time on the qneation, will, W. Bent for 5100,000 Benge, who will make the season with .IN OUR. aRo Richard Mackoy lelt certainty, de ing that he killed Bent's wile. Mrs. it is stated with absolute n wanderer. him at Lancaster. child and became killed and two Four people were after claro the income tax law unconstitutionThe Richmond Register Bays Mackev believed him dead and wounded by a railroad wreck in time, al, either in wbolo or in part. Especially Neil bought 1,728 diz-- u eggs at mourning for him a respectable fatalkilled and two He lived only a it is eaid, will the court declare that all Ohio, and bIx were at 8J; Hugh Collier sol a jack to a married another follow. by a wreck In Illlnoia. called to his fathers. incomeB derived from rents aro exempt- ly injured for $300 low years and was Walter Scott, of Wichita, Kan , on Louisana man as ed from taxation by tho Federal governG. W. T. Deatherago has sold to W. Again tbo heroine of this novelette of a church at tho derived from State tho Bide walk In front sumedtho widow's garb aud in due ment, and all incomes aro similarly ex closo of tho morning services, murdored G Simpson, ot Lexington, tho Uno mare, weeds and municipal bonda Minnie Letcher, by Hylas, 2:231, dam courso of time alio dropped tho orams. will no cueu hia wife and blow out hia own for gayer array. Another man iooeu empted. Other objections W. by Byron, 2:251, for $1,500. A Todd county jury gavo J. a Leslie Held is training lour 'J ami upon her with loving eyea, aud for the and the law left in sucli uouuuiii siai Mosb' heirs 530,000 In a suit tor damages by Burrondered uncondition- that it can bo easily picked to pieces Uinrnnihbreds it Hustomlllo third time she against tho L. & N. railroad, .moss iota a bride. After living people able to take It to the courta. for his brother, Carroll. Thoy aro a ally and became his life while braking for tho company. awhile she tired of tho bargain splendid lot and look like sure enough with him of Jacksonii. v,iu ,mul- Siiiuns. The good citizens of Breathitt aro de sought surcease in n auit for separa-tiowinners. and and lawlessness ville, Fla , in resisting arrest for murder. A Connecticut genius has inveuted A decree waa obtained and last termined that murder was killed one policeman aud wounueu original No. 1, shall cease In that county. A mau a sulky, so arratigul that the "weight of week Mr. Mackey, tho QniUy captured. Explanation?, Wnt. recontiv condemned to b6 hung three othor. Ho was tho drives decomes a propelling power." appeared on tho scene. A Bock Island train waa held up m.,f.,,i on.l ofifiafnptorv. were made and there and his female accomplice sent up This will hasten tho advent of the two wun near Dover, Oklahoma Territory, and tho old love which had slum lor life, and now comes Levi bope minuto trotter. accepted, tho Less than ten passengers in the day co ich robbed if "The Bourbon News bujs: Tho bered for more than a decado was rekin- a ropo around his neck. In Combs. Sat- ?300. six revolvers and all the jewelry "Brooklyn Dairy." at Hutchinson, sold dled into a fiery Aaido nnd unlike the days ago ho killed William guilty and fixed Bight. year to Lexington putiea 2.S00 Enoch Arden story, nothing stood in the urday a jury found him Hartford will tako anotW voto on la.t and thoy were accord-- w his punishment at death. When these of butter at 25 cents per pound, way of a reunion, of prohbitioin Juno 17. pounds mntiitml mill mav ho who com- - two are hung tho darn ciouu oi uuwuwij tho nueation 1)00 gallons of butter milk at S and begin to lift and It The Ohio county Circuit Court decided ALL OPKNKD. pletes this etory bo able to write of them in that section will at wUtcu mo town cents per gallon. they will no longer be the Bynonym lor crime. that tho last election It. D. Bruce and W. I Withers are in tbo languago of noveliatP, "and went "wot," waa Illegal. telling tho best hinder and mower In tho ever afterward lived happily together." man, Frank Lynch, a Judgk Durham, who is a bimetalist, world. The binder ia 300 pounds llgiuer unlimited jamped off the suspension bridge, at e, of but opposed to the frea and The Cincinnati Commercial-GazettTho distauce than any other and eavea 150 pounds Fairmount, W. Va., for J2 Improved In every way, is coinage of silver, eays that Geu. Hardin a bundle is tied. Call every enlarged and A4i f,'t and ho was rescued moro draftsee. Oftime it is tho Now Cham in his arguments for Our pr'c:s arc always The Lowest. courso and now printed on one of the fastest prees-e- makes a"flummix" ufter much difficulty. that he dead than alive Hoo fc Co. have ever made, and free silver and plainly shows that Joseph J. Will!?, chief engineer ot pion i is at. Tho triii.h hnH Just been put in its establish does not know where ho carry all the tho Louisville veneer mills, vhb caught Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool. Clay will Be- HittheBt market price guaranteed. ment. It is capable of 48,000 papers per judge thinks that by a fly wheel and life was almost T. S. Elkin, or nine pagCB ami rogion round about Lexington ami wheel fore you sell, see my amenta hour of seven, eight rest of tho State to duiuii; ,..i,ir!,l w nfhim. Tho nil.... nut Lancaster, I. S Moberly, McKinney. not only prints, but cuts, pastep.counta Builicioncy of the revolutions a minute. waa making 203 Wallace Steele, In its issue of Thurs- nominate him. and folds them. Japan's demaud aa tho price of peace Win. Rout, Hnstonville, Stanford. Wll interesting aud wonderful story Rolling Fork or myself at day, tho trni.iiTnn .TrMK. of ArkanBAB, and is now said to include tho indopenuenco of how a newspaper is made is told in a Ham Moreland. .Man Gov. Clark had a ecrap over bribery nf rviroii thn rppsion of Southern A. URI3ANSKY & CO., Proprietor, There were about 150 cattlo on Hie graphic way, in an articlo illua.trated by charges, when he expectorated in the churia and the Island of Formosa and Therowere no pup machine and tho men market yesterday. of T: D. RANEY, Manager. cuts of the hugo face of tho executive. Tho governor Bpat tho payment of a war iudemnlty lie sales, but the greater part ot changed who daily send out one of tho best pa- back and went for his pistol, but was disyen. Hranch Stores. and steers brought 2J to pers in tho country. Among tto frees armed, and both lived to wipe their faces. Allen G. Thurman, "Tho Noble Old hands. Heifers P. recognize is our old friend, Walter 3c; butcher stuff2l to 2c and mountain we This ia worse than school boys used to Roman," haa becomo a strict recluse Lcattlo Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, 2 to 2jc. Thero waa no demand Emerson, who has charge of tho nowB since the death of hia wife. He reads all tho dark ages. do in Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Intl. mules. department of the Kentucky cities over and spends the day .asleep In his for horses and of geese that haa won tho conficir:ulation night The largest shipment finnwTEnrKiT dollars are in tho river, and who library in his houso at Columbus. He dence and esteem of tho management by that have moro pure silver in them than is S2 years old, ever left Pikeville went by boat Monday. 0.-wero 2,000 in all, and they will go his excellent and faithful work. The the genuine. And yet there are people A raaea meeting at Jacksonville, Thero to grow who are going raving crazy for free and is a great paper and continues declaring that to New York. They wero secured by a Fla., adopted resolutions in grace and perfection. unlimited coinage of the white metal at the CubinB wero entitled to the sympa- Jewish commission merchant, and dur several days' stay there consumtho present ratio. thy of all Americans, and urging tho ing their The Secretary of the Kentucky Press Firman's Fund, to Government of tho United States to re- ed 10 bushels of corn dally. North British and Mercantile, A nkqro murderer was eent straight Association, Mr. Loving W. Gaines, anH. H . Crow haa placed his Eagle Mechanics and Traders, La Grange, cognize them aa belligerents. Manchester, nounces that the executivo committee heaven by the hempen lino at ti,0 einfn Hnnitfdeiato eteran as B rd mare, Birdie Simmon?, In tho bands The Pennsylvania Fire, say ho said ec as tho Pr'ulnv. That is to National of Hartford, This has decided upon Hopkinsville Lexington and decided of Kicbard Curtis at Lexington. bo "k next place of meeting, invitation or no But such exparto statements are to a Boclation met atfor thtt erection of a me maro is a hall sister to Monbars 2:111, Phcenix of Hrooklynn. Give me a call. ;cn mnnv n . . . .i invitation, and changed the date from taken not cum grano calis, but with gooui om-- morial hall in that city, to cost ?10,000. Almito 2:131 and ouier this great train it.. n..t .nair in .Tiinn to Sent. 5. Af- - barrel of it. thinks that in The hall is to be used as a eort of mus- Mr. Crow ter tho usual routine and other business er's hands sho will go thia season in 2:20 NEWSY NOTES. eum in which to collect war relics. and pleasure?, the members are schedulCorbettsayB he will fight but one or better. 25th for ni,ina ..-- four hundred millions ed to leave Hopkinsyille on tho O. S Vanarsdall & Son, proprietors wi. . mn,, tt la also credited with ea b UJU1U uiMi tho Atlanta Exposition, an invitation of people, has only 40 miles of railroad. Harrodsburg Boiler Mills, aro if Filzsimmona does not come to of tho having been officially extended aud the mMm Jtr-ak-JL-CHenry Fahrenheim, a Laporte, Ind., ing that 5" cents for wheat. Not with M May 1, he will tako tho first railroads tendering the free use of their man addicted to abuso of hia wiK, was tho front by standing tho Chicago quotations on this steamer for England nnd fight Peter 's lines. A visit to Lookout Mountain and killed by a blow of hia many of our farm-or- e cereal h only 51 there is fiat. Jackson before tho National Spirting a dinner at tho celebrated inn aro not accoptlng the first named fi This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you . . MMiian, r.!.--i von electrocuted in Club. GO cents. on the program, which Secretary Gaines liar a pcreo and the urep, and aro holding for of want the very best materials, you can not afford to overlook our In nlhaltletHwrrn has arranged for tho lulled enjoyment Auburn prison for the brutal murder of who robbed the rodsburg Democrat. Oklahoma desperadois n nprvntit cirl. the members Tho raising of hors"3 in America for stock. Bock Island road, near Island cities that vo- passengers on tho All tho Rhode food ia recommended by a Couaular rebfon was killed. - n,.ar nno nf the robbers Col. E. Polk Johnson, who has ted on the liquor qneation gavo majoriBrunswick, Germany. Tho outlaws were surrounded and taken. port from paying tsxes on that old head of hi3 till tipa fnr linptmo. The best is not too good. Tho report saya that consumption of horse-us- h i iutio fhorrt is left of its hair has positively Tho dead man waa the leader, and mere -- Gen. J. S. Olarkson states in almost us groat as that of beef for him. grown hoar, and has always hud his Harrison ia a. candi- waa a reward of $',0C0 that reiuiuk. t?:ll vnnru (IDfl CZEf JOOCH. Of De or mutton, ami is rapnuy doubts about whether ho got valuo from $15 to ;50 for worn-ou- t Quality and price are right. Blakely, of tho date for the presidency. ceived, writes to Elitor Mich., had a little eon killed in a Butchers pay To show his playmates mat sucn a troir, congratulahomes for slaughter. It ia suggested remains runaway, but ho declared tho Covington Commonwealth, death waa painless, a 10 year old boy in ranchman can find a profting him on the prospect of having his should not bo buried until hia own wero that Western in GermaNebraska hung hinmell. Tho old man has itable sale for herds of horsoa head Bhot oir for "writing that piece," as A-en E. Nutt. a farmer living uear ready for interment. after tho performance ho will not lnve Columbus, O., fell dead while plowing. just died and tho little iron casket was nyto pay poll tax, and there ia nothing like buried by hia sido ob he had requested. Heart disease was the cause. Water-forreducing oxponses tbeaa Iwd times. Ten personB are on trial at Mrs. Henry BurgeBS, ot Uebron, Blakely somehow or other doesn't appro 10 for toituringand burning Ireland, ia not Ind.. fell ofl from ISO to 03 pounds in elate tho levity of hia friends. It -- Dealer In- to death a woman nuined Cleary, who ot blown days of sickness prior to her death. All perioni having claims acairm the eitate much of a joko to havo one's head cap. was called a witch. It is said that tho Margaret K I,n,,, dtcd wl" P,e,ent ,hcra t0 lne A corporation with jiu.uuu.uuj oi on, and a fellow can't afford to Jose a oil was properly ProvenbeforoA)pnn..ARNONi Inl in said to bo forming for tho purpose torture lasted two days. Then and But L good aa Blakely'. head every day as a Aum r wun tirilti i ..,. thn wnman's body of fighting the Bell Telephone Company. nra cn.l nho waa burned to death in T,n nnnnnil of Norfolk. Va., has femalo Tub Good Book tells us that if a child the preseuco ot six male and two up in tho way ho should go, ho raised the prico of retail liquor licenses is trained relatives. will not depart from it when he gets old. for tho enBulng year from ?iou to si.uuu. Crab Orchard, Ky. however, in Hero are two instances, A suit for $100,000 damages is being FAKM AND TRADE ITEMS. Meet all Train night an.l day. Patrons taken to any part ol town Fme of Charge. which either failure to obey tho injunc- nrwuied acainst the B. and O. at Clove- for sale. M. S. Poland China boars tion or tho promiso has made shipwreck land by a man who loat both legs and an Faro ol Hotel $i oo per GO d Livery Attached. Banghman, Stanford. A. II. 1IAS1 IN, Prop. W. L. WITHKRS, Salesman. day. and it can not be tho latter: John Petch arm. Trv Beazlev haa engaged to ride Mr. small-po- x haa developed Hewby, the noted whist authority, who A case of thia year. has just died, waa tho son of parents, at Kentucky Union Junction, in Clark J. E. Farris' horses T rvCirill Oc Mlllcdcevllle and Stanford book of cards to bo county, having been brought thoro from Tho Palo Alto Farm recently reiua-e- JjUoJL! pike a pocketl'leaso contilniog Intewho never allowod a pack leturn to notes and receipn. St. Ashland. $50,000 for the great colt Adboll. and or to K. W. Lawlejs, Teaters-villoffice brought in their hous; s rior Journal Baugh-man', Garrard county, Ky. Dock Drye is handling J. K. John, the Kansas prohibitionist, has a Ed Kirby, of Fortamouth, O , 50 fell of saddlo and harness hors wife string son who has just killed his second feet through 'an elevator shaft into an being divorced from hia first be- open hogahead of pickles and escaped es. after a Horso racing by electric light is cause of drunkenness. unhurt. introduced at Denhas issued novelty about to bo Thn PoHtmaBter-Genera- l the sugar king, is Of Lincoln County. Glaus class matter restricting second Greatly improved for 1895 and sharper than a serpent's an order 20 trainers and nearly 300 realizing how There are The New to actual Bubscribera for journals entitled Ib to have a thankless child. His already located at tho Lexington worthy of consideration. tooth it horses to the pound rate Bep-leGus, is suing him for Plander Mill, son, track. eon of David Tho he affectionately referred to him P. W. Green sold to Bico Bengo, of of Shelbyvllle, Ind., fell on a pair of bankrupt, harness mare Lancaster, Ky., in a newspaper interview aa a his brain Lancaster, a scissorc, which penetrated to blackmail him, and for 1125. who was trying in a short whilo. causing death and invites the attention In full Is dio in tbogutter or Lincoln county -- Martha Wilkes, 2:03, will bo driven ol now builders operation, and low to its material, the that ho would probably Ten thousand pnoplo celebrated the prices. Note business, by her owner superioi workmanship York Both are engaged in the BUgar anniversary of tho Battlo of Shiloh, on the road in New saccharine is 33d but all that ia apparently They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Tenn., Saturday, and several generals Mr. France. OUR in the south SOME B D. Uoltzclaw not nectareous. mado speeches. who participated of tho county 20 heifers Pertcctly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Tho busmosa mon of isiompma met western portion fapei hundred. As low as $i jo per hundred. Blackburn, Gov. McUroary Senator at 3jc. Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at of delegates and steers & O. P. Cecil's ii.to per hundicd. Aa low as $1.30 per hundred. Buckuer were in Louisville to- nnd called a convention and Gov. -- Don Pizzarro, 2:113, G. All patterns and thicknesses ol Ceiling In yellow from Southern States for May 23 to oraa Call and sec. gether UBt week, but it is not stated that great pacer will mnko the season in pino. poplar, chestnut and ash, as low low Ji asj per per as the Senator-ia- l ganize a sound money movement. hundrod. Uoubla dressed lumber as pooled their issues in they hundred. Heautitul yellow pine finishing lumber, The City National Bank, of Ft. man of UiiBtouville, quarter oak, &c. Save money by giving us you. contest. With them it is every -J- ames P. Harper, has closed its doors, nnd Worth, Texas, tho county 175 hoga weigh-in- 0'dWT E LANCASTEK PLANING MILL. for himself and the devil tako charge. Tho capital bought in Casey Laueaitor. 7J.;,r wont ba Gov. McCreary, wo an examiner ia in which 75 pounds and upwards at 3c. ia $300,000, with a surplus of $00,003. verily believe. OfCAn "WiLnir. Mar-quia x ExtralnteeMt -- exte-rior- - H 6 OR 8 PAGES. BVBBT This : We 1 ly Colo-ma- n Ir-vi- ne Clothing And Shoe . n. .., -- Department. OF JEW LINE SPRING GOODS, .A ono-legge- d COME IN TO SEE US LOUISVILLE : s STORE, STAFFORD, KY, G. FIRE INSURANCE, n.. ..- -- i 23-2- KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. ., h -. " 359 father-in-law- 5-- OILS. VARNISHES. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. -O- d, XTOTICE. w a Anil THE BASTIN HOUSE, Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, KY. ' ii-6- in d I I o ex-Go- e, TO THE CITIEE1TS Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. 1S e flvo-year-o- ld r, Lancaster Planing four-year-ol- d OF PRICES: Guarantee Satisfaction HIGGINS & McKINNEY, hiud-mos- t, g 1 x i a Ik ou want cakea, biBculta Tho revival services of Moody nnd and lighthread get Obelisk Flour from Sankey in Texas aro wonderfully sucA .vmv Hn of dreaj goods jtiflt receiv. J. 0. Florence. cessful. On ono occasion, when it rained oil nt Slmuks'. MB. 8. J. ''sninY found a kid glovo a porfect deluge, over 3,000 personB wore Stankord, Ky., - - A run. 0, 1895 Mn. AM) Miih. J. S. Hundlkv hnvo with h gold ring in it that tho owner can present, most of whom wero met), We sell as low as the lowest these two superior-wal- l Tho Methodfat church in New York brand now baby girl nt their houso. finishes. Call get by calling on Imr. refused to pchnit a young candidate? to and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. C. Waiion, Business Manager E. Foil Salk. A good second'hand hlcy-cl- o. An unusually large crowd wits in town preach because he !b f filleted with straAddrets lock box 11)2, Stanford, yesterday, but it seemod moro on pleas- bismus. Pretty good Idea. A cress eyed .PERSONAL POINTS. ure, than on bushiest bent. preacher would be badly handicapped Cut Flowkiih. Leave your order for LexliiR- iMi'H Julia Hkhunh wont to (lowers with "Tho Young JuIies' Kietor Lincoln county will put in over 300 in tho business. ton yesterday. It is estimated that of tho total sum Kxchango." acres of tomatoes this year, tho canning Mihb Ku,kn Ballou is up from Sotner-ao- t raised for tho support of tho Protestant White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and- Tiik little girl born to Mr. and Mrs. I. factories nt Klngsvillo and McKinney churches of this country, to pen Iter parents. over ono thiid Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of M. Bruce, died Thurday night, after having contracted for about that amountPiiok. Milton Elliott, of G.urnrd is procured by tho efforts or labors o( brief existence. wna hero yesterday. AnvsuTisu. Burch & Nowland, gen- women. A moro correct estimate would MiRH Kimiik Adam?, of Boylo, la tlio judging from our Imme Ik you want a suit ot clothes Hint fits eral collectors, tell us that their ndver be Ruestof Mrs. J. II. Yenger. you liko paper on tho wall and na cheap tisement in our last issue brought them diate vicinity. Mu. M. H. McMullkn, of Quail, wb Aa ditt, go to Shanks'. In the new Baptist Year Book, the ?200'h worth of work by tho first mail. tho guest of Mr. nnil Mrs. W. A. Hall. total number of regular Baptists in the pays to advertise. It I am agent for tho Excelsior Stoam Mna. Dm. William Stonk, of Liberty, United States ia given as 3,037,121. Dur 'rnt0, Laundry. Domestic and Gloso work ! lina been tlio guest of M Tint prediction of a cyclono Saturday ingthe year the baptiatuB aggregated Mn, M. Salimikii was up yesterday dono. 0. ! 1'ortman. afternoon or night Beared tho weak nerv- 205,a7, which is tho largest number ev ed, but It did not materialize. Tho wind or reported before. Tho aggregate of handing out goods nt tho Louiavillo e Ik you want good, strong, In Imitation contributions is $11,072,091 20. waB very high, but did no damage. Mua. Bettik Bl.un Hall spent several harness, the placo to go ia M. S. & J. W Tho Christian church at Huatonville JunoK Uabson had a uniquo sign out has not yet accepted idBys with Misses Maggie and Mattle Baughman'a. They will sell you tho best Eider W. L. at tho lowest prices. yesterday. It was a man seated on a llocker. resignation and it is moro than pouy and holding out an advertisement probable that it will Bmaix, littlo daughter of Mr. niul Mrs. not. The old genFoil Uknt. House, garden, all nectB-sar- of the cheap goods tho judge had to sell' tleman haa been sick James Fryo, of HustonvUli la very ill and was very feeble outbuildings and three acres of Ho made tho whole thing himself. with fover. Sunday, but he preached a splendid ser- Look in our window and you will sec that you cannot tell these goods grass land noar toll gato on tho Danville m Mn. V. B. Mabon, circuit clerk of Wk want 100,000 H3. of wool for which mon aa usual notwithstanding. pike. A. D. Hoot, Stanford. rom the genuine. We will be pleased to show you and quote you Garrard, took tho train hero yesterday A crowd of about 2,000 people gathwo guarantee the highest market price. prices which are within the reach of every body. Every article is useful. (or Louisville. Tiik Lancaster tax rate has been fixed 10,000 Ihi. feathers, 100,000 dozen , ered on the Ohio river bank at Heudor-so- u Mhi. Fhkii Iiim(ihs, of Lobauon Junc- at 25c, just a third as much as wo pay in Sunday to wituees tho baptism of 10,000 I'm. hams and sides, all at the tion, la visiting. her sister, Mrs. T. L. Statiford. But, well comparisons are 105 colored people, as a result of tho highest market price. Hughes & Tato. Shulton, nt Rowland. odorous, as Shakespeare remarked on proiracieu meeting neiu in me tilg lietu-el- , i Mu. T. I,. took the tr.lin one occasion. Tiik Young Ladies' Aid Society set a or Firat Baptist church, of that city. vesbmlay for Marion, where h splendid dinner yesterday and took in The time consumed in baptizing the 105 ' Jons Haiilan, of LnGrange, has been v w ill buy a lot of cattle. even 550. When wo looked in upon appointed stock claim agent, otherwise them at 3 o'clock they wero almost life peopio waa just ono hour. Mn. and Miih. L. B. Givkns, of Tho Register tolls of tho sanctifica-tlo- n aro vlsltttif; his mother'H faml-- . known aa "cow coroner" for this divia- less witn fatiguo after a hard day a work meetings at Richmond held by Itevs. ion, with headquarters at Louisville, vice ly in tho Shelby City Section. B. K. Wka ken's display of farming Carradino and Pickett, which show that W. S. Jackeon, resigned. Mkbahh. Cahhoi.l Shanks, II. M. twine binder to n the scenes enacted thero oven discount imp) iicutB, from Will Ktnbry and Harry Bjughman IUwaiu). Gov. Brown haa ollered n hor cart, imd carringes, buggipp, Ac, those at tho meeting hero. A committee attended tho oratorical contest nt Lex- reward of 150 each for tho arrest and f occupied a whole tquaro yesterday and of tho Banctificatlonists visited the sn ington. conviction of George 1'etroy and Joe Mr. W. L. Withers did some lively hus- loons and endeavored to purauado them l'liri". Frti'iiits I). Win w, who taught to shut up shop, but they failed to lisDurham, tho men thought to be guilty tling and talking. tho Crab Orchard High School laat year. of ten to tho voico of tho charmer, charm tho murder of old Mr. Apt. now on tho reportorial Htair of tho Tin: Metropolitan National Bank, of they never so wisely. Lexington Louder. Tiik Advocate says that "there nre KansasJ City, which recently made it8 After trying tho free pew sjetem for Pi'iii' .1 M. IIiTimtuii wi'iit lf IjiiiU soiuo symptoms of tho free turnpike .. i stockholders give up a third of their nine years St. Peter's Episcopal church We We arc informed by those who knov that they I vlllo yesterday h a delegate from Hope question having holdings to pay bad debts, declared n in Now York, has abandoned it. The ' Ixnlgo to tho grand meeting of tho hope so. Now of all others Is tho most cent. April preacher explniued the cause as follows: per quarterly dividend of I Knights of Honor. importune time to urge such a step. "Thero aro religious vagabonds, eccleson tho reduced stock. MhS. G L. Pknny and Bortn Jean went iastical tramps, who go from church to Board of O.n petition of tho Crab Orchard Springs yett'rday. Mip Tiik weather has been behaving in the cuurcu, criticising tno muBic anu sampEqualization, which raised tho nssefs IVnny Is in poor health and hopes tho usual April wnv. with showers and wind ling tho preaching and enjoying tho light ment 10 per cent in this county, has waters will resloro her. and sunBhino playing short engagements-Yesterdaand heat and comfortablo seats, and who agreed to open tho matter again, and hss Mn. It. R. Gk.ntiiy and wifo camo up was raw and showery and a drop a cent in tho box and look as if they fixed April 29 for them to show caueo from Anderson Saturday. Mr. Gentry pretty disagreeablo day to bo standing were giving $5." bus secured a leavn of why tho Increaeo should not be made. Of prices. The reason they give for this conduct is that they sell for has tho grip and round on a court day. Fair weather i absence from his distillery till ho recov CASH and are willing to Hkal eatato must bo on tho decline in promised for to day. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. er h. Somerset, if tho following from tho ReGkn. T. A. llAiihia, n distinguished Tiik will of Mrs. Mary S. Shelby, wife ia last week Confederate, a schoolmate of Gens. Grant porter correct: "Sam Hicks of Col. Isaac Shelby, waa probated yestraded a four room cottage for a bicycle and Bucknor and a devoted friend of terday in the county court. It appoints LI f n UQ l will take all the hidei I can get 1111IjO. for culi or In trade lor leather on and another small consideration, It G. Welch, whom ho has isited here Col. her son, Isaac Shelby, Jr , executor, and court dj at Stanford or at my home in HhII being the second party in tlio deal." Chai. Ennilin. repeatedly, is thought to bo dying at his ho qualified with his Bisters and brothers Their customers save money by dividing the profits This is a uni- homo in Jefferson county. MlDDLwnoiio will bo a hugo garden as Burety. Tho document occupies many versal cut, each department suffers. Come and see our carpets, dry Mkbsiib. W. L. Lvanb, ot ItilB place, L. patch this year. Lots that cost several pages and has a number of codicils. WANTED, ALLTHE WOOL goods and shoes. mm It. Wharton, of MitehcllBburp, J. W. Al- hundred dollats a foot aro being fenced of Buiiolahs entered the W. S. Dry?, of Hustonvllle, It in and tho vegetables that grow on them len and L. G. Goochjit Wnynesburg a few nights In Lincoln county. Money and sacks ready. W. Law ton and W. J. Huston, of Louis- will bo so surcharged with money that Price ago and got oil' with 100 pounds of bacon, no object. Alt I ask is a chauco at It. You will ville, formed a fishing paity and went to thoy will have a metnlic tasto. money li you sell belsre seeing me or one of lose 500 pounJs (lour and other articles, wo my agents, tan on t, u MnKlcton. lurnersville; mm tho Cumborland nt Williamsburg yesterM G. & J. M. Reynolds, who John tills, llnttoaville: King & l'tultt. More- Tiik stockholders of the Danville, Stan- learn from land; loiiah Ilishop st his home: Wm. McKin day to upend weok. e ney, .Ml :Alem. J. M. Durham, Middlcburg, or whisky Mn. J. L. Boslky will hereafter edit ford and Crab Orchard pike elected tho also told ua that J. A. Leo's myself burned and with it 1,005 gallons o' ia at McKlnucv. following directors Saturday: J. S. Ows F. M.WAUE. I tho Winchester Sun alone, hia partuor 1 Mr. K. J. Hamilton, having retired from ley, Sr., J. S Bosloy, F. T. Logan, John whisky. th Jlrm. Ho is a son of Mr. Jack Boh. Bright, J. H. McAlister and J. W. Guest. Tiik old residence of tlio Into Juckaon loy, but la not a chip oil tho old block Afterwards Mr. Bosloy waa waa burned Saturday, during the president and J. J. McUoberts, secreta- Givenfi ..ARE bo far as politics is concerned. Tho old high wind, having caught from u Bpark domo ry. l gentleman it) u on the roof. It was a frame building and CORDXAKJLY : d Tiik city council haa extended the wortli perhaps ?:i,C0O. Mr. Ihiford Wren. crat. Tho son ia u ranUukerous, time for tho payment of taxes for 110 tho tenant, saved moat of bis furnltnrei To call and examineI my Spring Millinery, iswhich republican. I am opening up. pride mytelf that it and that It is bound to please. S. Owslky, Jii , and daya boforo tho penalty of 0 par cent is Mil. and Mil". J. property belongs to Mr. George Giv- - bought lor cash and borne determined to Havinc Tho sell for cash, I can sell at the lowest possible prices. An Jamca Mclvhvain Owsley arrived from charged. Tho body will likely order tho eiiB. who, wo learn, had no insurance. examination will convince you. 1 anklin Saturday night and those who romoval of all filth producing and disease mm 6 MKS A. A. McKIXXEY. Mn. A. T. Maiiti.v haa secured 153 h .vo soon tho laiter uronouuco liiui us breeding causes along tho coursu of tho e to a petition to tho fino a vouncoter as ever raised his tune St. Asaph. Tho recent fino of J100 aa- I I wail. They nlso say soused by tho circuit for permitting the department to establish it d illy route beful voko in toarful attorney ie stream to become a nuis.uice has waked tween Stanford ami Kinigsvillu yin Sauf-leCo.iimouwcalUrH that tho My Millinery Stock is full nnd complete, Call Highland and I'leasant Point. It and examine and you will lie sure to buy a new about tho nwkwardest papa that ever nt-- 4 tho council up. i would open up n good deal of territory to Spring Hal. . tempted to nmuso n cheruli. Tub next session of tho Central Ky. a daily mail nnd p,ivo us n certain con" MISS LICOE nEAZLEY, of Mn. Loris Lanoiiam, tho now editor Stanford, Ky Wal with mails on tho Cincinnati was hero yeater- - Medical A"nciation will bo held in nection ' ..tho Lancaster Hecord, ton's Opera House, Thursday, ISth, be- Southern. in tho interest of his paper. Tho mm ginning at 10 a. m. A number of docSPRING AND SUMMER. isauo under tho now management Tiik $5,000 in Lincoln county bonds tors are on tho program to read that tho young men know where Something to Beautify the Ladies. ami Secretary Steelo Bailey sold yesterday nt Irom 5513 50 to $521 50 thoy uro at" and wo predict that tho piomium of tells ua that Prof. L. Webster Fox and for each $500, making n total Daily openintng. New Hats, flowers and laces. paper will grow in grace and favor. If Dr. Josobh Price, of Philadelphia, will JIS7.25. J. J. Williams, of Vernon, got We cite the assurance to the trade that they will go for anything, tho Istk-nio- n good wishes same excluslvcness find In our jj bo tho guests of tho society and hold $500, S. II. Shanks, J500, II. S. Wither?, in style of establishment the bonnets and all the patterns, hats and Jour.NAL'a will avail, and n hearty $500, nnd a syndicate composed of J. S. leading novelties in Millinery for which we ate practical clinics in tho hall. "God blees you, my children," will over Hocker, W. A. Tribble, J. II. llaugbman known throughouta tho country. I hate secured trimmer for the seago with tho boys. Skst roTHK Asylum. Mr. A. Camen-isc- Hnd W. P. Walton ?3,500. Tho bonds son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally been elected o Misb Olivia Summkbb ha" Swiss farmer of tho bear (J tier cent and are paynblo in 20 best wed. a M. D. DUDDERAR- KATE DUDDERAR, Manager. The Great Opening will occur McKinney neighborhood, was declared yenrs. to till an equal principaUhlp of tho Institnto" at Birmingham, insane Friday ami taken to to tho asySaturday, April 13, 1895. Don't The now superintendent, Mr. W. S. Ala., a largo and nourishing school for lum by the Nowlauds, father and ajn. Miss He got oil' before in 1S92 and was sent to Martin, accompanied by Train Dispatchyoung ladies, and haa accoptod. miss it. The Globe, stricly One-Pri- ce Summers, who is kindly remembered by Lexington, but was all right in six er W. F. Shoridau nnd Master of TralnB Clothing House, susccssors our people, is now filling a position in weeks and was dismissed cured. Ho is Holler, passed over this division Sunday tho faculty of a College nt Pontotoc, au excellent citizen and hopes are enter in a special car on n tour of inspection. Henry & Sam Lyons. Miss. Wo also heur that Misa Jonnio tained that hia troublo is only tempor- Mr. Martin was very much pleased with and its appurtho condition of tho road SummorB, who ia taking a poat graduate ary. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., nnd bo expressed himself. All course in that Institution, haa captured i Tim male seminary waa closed down tenances tho heart of a Southorn gentleman and Friday and thereby hangs a talo. who mot him were impressed with his Danville, Ky. . and suavity of manner. will becotno his brido in Juno. Sho Some of EVERYTHING tho boys, who evident- business liko nir of A b pretty and lovablo and numbers ly wanted to go a'fishing and wero MATRIMONIOMATTERS. young men horo will envy tho Misaisslp-J- - afraid to play truant, conceived tho pianB good fortune. John Camden nnd Miss Jooanno idea of putting a muatola putor-iu- a Eubanks were married at Mrs. Elizi in the school room. Thoy carried CITY AND VICINITY. near WayueBburg, Suuday. it into effect aud tho result was moat satfitted by Danks, tho opti- - isfactory to them, Prof. Duffy camo, ho CHURCH AFFAIRS. cinu. . amolt, ho "absquatchulated." Thero Balls, Candy, Top-Cor- n Nkw fancy ahirta and neckties at Sov- waa no school that day and next and Rev. John G. Pond, of Kirksvlllo, is Cakes, Beaten Biscuit, Salmany a littlo fish got tho worst of it in 83 years old and his wife is SO, They eranco A Son's. consequence ads, cct, etc. hnve been married 03 voara Mows clothing, more hats, raoio dry Presbytery met in --Tho Southern Death. Tho burial of Sir Knight W, goods at Shanks'. F. Henry nt Lancaster Sunday was at- Lebanon yesterday. Rev. S. M. Logau .OPEN. See our olecant Easter novelties. tended by tho following Knights of Py- and Elder A. K. Denny roproaontod the Danks, the londiuK Jeweler. thias from here: Messrs. I. M. Bruce, church here. An Aitkon Bible, tho first Biblo in W. II. Wearon, Mark Hardin, A. G. Huff, No ono is April fooled who buys their man, J. D. Venen, R. Zimraer, C. E. tho English Inuguago to be printed in " goods from DankB, the jeweler. Tate, Carroll Bailoy, J. Moir, W. S America, wns Hold at Boston by miction In Mr. R. Williams' store-room- , cook atovo for sale, Burch, G. B. Wearon, A. H. Severance' Friday for $300. finnn flocond-hau- d Tho Into Miss Faithful Higgins left cheap. J. H. KMy. tho Insuranco J. M. Alverson, ltobt. Bosloy, Dr. W. B' Opposite the St. Asaph Hotel. nnd Joe F. Waters. Besides aneetatoof nbout $10,000 nnd willed O'Bannon man. Society of Missionary to ESTOrders gladly received and no von rido n wheel ? Buy a pair of being a splendid member of tbo order, most of it tho Mays- Sever Mr. Henry was n most excellent gentle- the Christian church, sya tbo .bicycle Bhoea nnd a sweater from promptly filled. I villo Bulletiu. man and citizen. ance oon. &M1-WEEKL- Y lNTERIORjOURNAL Stha whatnot every variety ntSlmnka' mm . first-clnc- Wall Paper&Alabastine 3 Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo MPMOBllUMSo Col-leg- - e, two-third- NV- CUT GILASB o home-mad- Wil-llam- b' fit Prices That fill Surprise Yoo. m m m m egi-p- Oaiii-kstki- DANKS, A OUR lJa - JEWELER. D AY g, - TRAGEDY ! Now-lan- d, 1.1 -- -- Severance & Son Are the Aeeused. "died-a-borning- 1 '- -', . Ux-payer- a y Olten-hel- HELP! m slore-hou6- o SEVERANCE & SON. m waro-hous- S' TECE XiADIES dyoddu-the-woo- ring-taile- INVITED d es post-ollic- TO TEEE SADIES y. fdny Intore8t-ingpiper- a "TK33 GLOBE. first-da- is b, well-to-d- m yOTJNG Ladies Exchange Eu-bauk- s', m Good to Eat. Egg-Kisse- s, - Every : Saturday, mi n lit ii mi .I BBaspgsPsPB I, iwwwMiMJDinMBWaMWBBWBMIBB AN EASTEIl DAY 1'ROMISE. HORSE SHOW. U Semi-Weekly I? fA ft fe ' V , , Tho horae fihow wbb not bb lare yea' Easter day wns drawing' near, ns waB terduy an in previous years, owing to ft Pablluhod Evory Tueotlay and Friday shown In the opening glories of wood rather raw day and tho depression in the Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. -- atnnd field around the old Carolina home, trade. Somo extra flno onea wero shown, IN" ADVANOM whero llcsslo 83 PJCR. YJffiill Thornwcll had spent tho dnys of her uneventful but happy life. BrWhen not topaid 32.60 will be charged. Honeysuckle nnd jasmlno blossoms Office on Mln Street, Opposite the Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. flecked tho worm fences; lilies of tho K.C. 'LOCAL TIME CARD. valley, violets, buttercups and danTrain leaves Rowland at 7 too a. in., returning at delions carpeted tho meadows, whilo yao p. m. trumpet flowers and laurel blossoms Highest prices paid. Send for price current-Tri- e L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. lent glory to tho neighboring swamp. A K llurlhardl Ct).t CipoMirt and Manu. and factirirrs.Ctncltinati, Ohio. ta 37 pm Tito thrush, cardinal grosbeak No. 4, Train going North sell the goods. Give us a call. And must mockingbird filled tho air with melody, no. 4, -- .11 31 p m No. as. South v" winter layUff K, from VrCQ. great I'ArCHIN'J. 5. Kve Drown Leg m as though heralding tho coming of tho 3 13 a No. s6, LUU-Christ day. Tho youth and buoyancy hot n, $i lor i) HfC'Addrets S. V. Ilrooks, QUEEN & CRESCENT.' of the vernal season wcro In consonance Crab Orchard, Ky. with tho Hfo nnd promise of tho girl Train pat Junction City at follows: just budding into beautiful womnn-hooNo a North f 'No. South f MAPLE SYRUP, however, nnd tho quality wna more than " " 3 ' ,..1.30 p in 11.15 am " to C. 1. Carter, llclciwilc, Ky. 94 ' 6 " am " ..3. is " J la.jopm ' How supremely happy sho was as tho up to the avennge, if tho quantity was ..6 00 a m " 10 " 9 840pm on hand grateful breaths of the mimosa reached short. Among thoso who wero f IDo not Stop her nostrils and ns she looked out upon with single individuals or atritiRa were: I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below tho great forest trees that gloried in Vnntoon, trial 2:20; wna driven by and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. ... Dealt rs n their delicate vernal robes. Sho John Cook and showed a rapid gait. thought reverently of tho approaching 'dark The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. John Holtzclaw's Silver King, n day, when, clad in white robes ami The New Home, style five, S2S. bearing offerings of Kaster tlowcrs, bay saddler, showed up well and got over All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. arc warranted she would take her first communion. thn ground very nicely. Ky. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will The only child of her widowed mother K. P. Faulconer, of Boyle, showed n for five years. and the darling of her old negro "mam black saddler, Washington Denmark, sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are my," 'Mnuthy, her young Hfo had never which was much admired. offered: known a care, nnd sho might hnve been j his exhibited Baughman Harry utterly spoiled but forn refined conV. W. Git KEN, Proriletor. Chickcrincr, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, Clydesdale stallion, Diamond, n -scientiousness that forbade selfishness. of tho Norman. : : : Kentucky. Gerts, Colby & Co, , Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, Sidney Dunbir'a Morgan Denmark, a Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince Kimball, splendidly bred saddlor, was on hand & Son. jfrsofafely I Itotal aid And Others. willam still tunnlnc this gurutt continue to riv my the politttt attsn- -' and created much favorable comment. So'd on Eity l'ajmtnti. Special Attention to Mall Orders. well aa the best the market atlurdt. at Connaught, tho Bplendid Hackney, PHnos and Organs Tuacl aad Kepalrd l) one of lh mott competent workman I er knew, who seized n.any years In factory learning his trade. All work, warranted. Special Attention to tho Travel A cream of tarter baking pow--5- t owned by tho Lincoln County Horso Co , Sewine Machine! repaired and wairanttd. ing Public Highest of all in leavening was quite a favorite. The Hacknoys beat P. II. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Address, Latest United States strength. tho world for roadsters IIKRD OK THK Tenet-- , with a record of 2:2 1, was shown Government Food Report. MaMaaMn2waasHtB by A. M. Pence, who will tell our readTHE SOTAL BAKING POWDER CO., Red ers all about I1I9 flno breeding and good P. U. RILBY. Pronrlotor. qualities in our next. 106 Wall Street, Now York. R. H. Bronaugh,!Pror, London. - - - Kontuoky. Wm. M. ttue'a Gambonito SU9, rec wore as - Kentucky. ord 2:101, and Thornton blar CrabJOrchard, I bait mored to my new Hotel and am better prepared than erer to accommodate th public sleek as molea nud showed beautifully fROF Jcod I.ivcrratlaehn! and every convenience They are advertised in thin pnper. Tift lor sale from the best trp" ' Rrgiitcrd Oivtrw.ac.it!. FRANK RII.1CY, n A. E. Hundley's woll known Logic, a Stock. Ilrcedrri i;- .rci .rjm tn lcat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited was shown with splendid red sorrel, muchefloct. Ho is finely bred, as his pedigree, which will appear in this pa"YOU'LL MB JtS' LAICK HE AXQCLS. n per, atteete. Call and etarrlre nt work before tavin tour I am itcaiei in Ihec lily ihnu carriage repainted English Hunter, Capt. B. F. Powell's She wns innocent nnd pure ns tho lilies In town in which linn work can be done and will We arc now offering the best Vapor tie uric permanently. solicit a snare OI y( sho gathered In tho meadow, and mer- combined stallion with a big pedigree, patronage which lv Stove made. With six years' experi- elm werkmanthipI wilt endeavor to merit all rtr ited all tho affection that was lavished was hero in great shapp, but his jackB and fair treatment ol upon her. 'Manthy's - lovo bordered refused to como nud he had to leave ence it has n ot had a single explosion. in Mftehou tt Urctr'a .hop on Someiacl street. A. II. KINLKV, Stinfird, Ky jm upon Idolatry. We guarantee every stove we put out, them nt home. "Mlis llesslc'll bo jls' lalck do unguis alee it to your house and show you its we; 'NRa, J. E. Farris only showed his pretty T )dM, HuL In dlsser frock," declared tho negress, bay saddler, Eaglet, of a string of .For a simplicity. as she held tho garment up for tho adwhich ho will stand this season and oi Ktffreslring Bath, Hot or Cold, miration of Mrs. Thornwcll. "I dess which further particulars will be giveu wonder cf any er dem's es pooty," sho Ri'.FKKKNCfcs. J. W. Pcrrin, William & A stylish Hair TrimorClean Shave, bo to added. in our next iesuo. Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, F. " 'Manthyl" cjnculated tho mistress, J.Steclo Carpenter was here, but did Oezte & Fanror'a Barber Shop. mildly Ky. G. Waller, B. K. Wcnrcn, J. W. Wal-acprotesting against tho irrcv- - not have hia Wallace Denmark 55 and Sole Dean's Dlasond Kco A. G. Lanhatr eroncc. Xoltn B. Cattleman. J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Farp, W. F. Taint proprietors furtilmed Mack piinilnj Woeil. Katlmaies far 202. He saytj Iiib horses are eo "Deed I docs, missus. Do bressed Lexel lion McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. With- Metal and paifitedKoofi. Sailttacliun Uuaranteed. All tools with Dcan'e lllack Diamond Lawd dono meek her, 'n' ef dar's nny well known nnd thoroughly advertised ers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. Taint guaranteed for years Dealers In best cisthat ho doesn't have to show them any spcrlts pootlcr 'u' Iter, den I jls' clim' tern Tumps and Oalraniird Iron 1 liter,. 67. im yScc the best Stove on earth bemore. up oberdo wnll V peek at 'em." fore buying. E. P. Woods' great show BtallioD, Englo Whilo the mother and 'Manthy wero D. S. sounding her praises Ltessio entered, Bird, will attract attention anywhere, flushed and excited. ho got his full share. Mr. and yesterday Hustonvlllo, Ky., "I have been down among tho bay Woods runa a standing ad. of him in Uood While tked Oats for tale. trees nnd cypresses, mamma, and am 60 this paper, to which thoso interested are very tired," sho said, wearily. Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. &CASTLEM Tho doctor came and looked grave. referred. MadiBon Sandidge & Son's Gilt Edge, Furniture and Stoves. Night shadows fell upon tho earth, and MANAGERS, deeper shadows fell upon tho house- a beautiful red sorrol, which has a big Genuine Oliver Chilled Plow, Step In and see a nice tine ol Kecking Chairs snd Furniture. 3ts:aiierce Building1, Louisville hold. A malignant fever had attacked reputation for siting fine saddlers, was aa Stoves cheaper than em belore. tho maiden and tho spirit of irrepressi usual here and attracted much atten Livery Stable and IllacLsmlth Shop lor rent. Agent 1 throughout the South ble sorrow was present Tho fragllo tention. Seo Friday's I. J. for further is now almost Complete of as My Spring Stock form wasted fast, and then camo tho information. M.S. IIai'Oiimsn, J. W. IUlghman W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agtnt, setting of tho sun of that young life. T. A. Coulter did not Bhow his stalTho wan face lighted in nn expiring M. STANFORD, KY. J. in lion, Henry Watteraon, advertised glance, and tho feeble lips whispered: "This mortal must put on Immor- this paper, but his fine jack, Logan, was raoraiiroHs- tality." on band, making music for the crowd. As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their Tho Easter day that was to have The Underwood Bros, also contributed aLIVERY, & seen her first communion was tho to tho jack show by exhibiting Bourbon Law, burial day of tho young girl. Tho Ghief. - - - Kentucky. white garment became her shroud, nnd Call in when convenient. Mr. J. K. Baughman didn't have his tho bells that were to hnve pealed out glad notes over resurrection day tolled fine Ptrinc here, owing to thoifinclemency II you nrd livery give us a call. Nothing but you want of tho weather, but be says O fice 01 Lnenter Street, oppoiite the Court turnouts Will our stable. See us a.;. Collections receive especial attention 8S solemnly for tho young life that hnd to see something nice come to Huston-viU- o 1.. forrstcs. In our ended so untimely. Yet to tho sorrownext Saturday afternoon, Naboth, ing mother the lesson of the Easter William L. and bis seven jacks will all HARNESS SHOP day brought tho only solace that is to be there. For further particulars seo You will rind a Rood assortment of Harness, Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by bo found in all tho world for those who pedigrees in Friday's paper. e our man, he understands his buiiueas. We have a your atteution to the fact that I mourn as she. There came floating on mechanic tn our 1 d :ire to call am rc.Jy tote've you in Onus Making in any tho air of the church tho promise of DR. REGINALD VAN BLEEDEM'S and nil attics. I take the beit fashion Journals tho first resurrection, nnd tho bereaved BLACKSMITH SHOP. should what ind ' eed potted onCome ladiesgive me a wear. ono went homo to bide Will guarantee trial. Pric.M reasonable the time of re- Scale or Wlntir l'rlcm I'or thu L'.io of the in and work and satisfactory price Try our horse shoer. I emp'oy none but firtt class help. union. Mess God for Easter and tho "I'onr Hundred" Only. Atp etent I can be found at Miss Catrie Por dear old word, immortality. ter's icidenco on Lancaster Street Dear Madam In view of tho gon MISS MARY D.SMITH, Respectfully, JAMES II. YEACLR. GKO. II. COOPER. Ky. ernl depression and tho multiplied dinonquets for Kastcr. Stanford, 77 om Is Eeceivinff His The Easter bouquet of tho Irish at versity of fnfiliioualilo ailment?, not to tho present day bears a strong resem- mention tho closo competition in swell : : : blance to tho two yellow Irises depicted doctoring just nt precunt, jou nro conProprietors of... ...... Let your Palatine, Paperirg and CatciminirR un- by Leonnrdo da Vinci in his interesting fidentially informed that hereafter my see Ilclden llrothers. Wo furnish til scalo of prices will bo reduced as work, or co paintings of tho Infant Christ. It conmaterial and guarantee Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed Give me call. 101, aacvt. Address, S'anford, Ky. sists of a spherical ball of primroses, till further notico: STANFORD, KY. carefully tied together, and in the cen- For n simplu rertiflcato nfflrmliiar that it A. S. M. Newland, is expedient that you Hhoulil E" to Flor- ter is placed a white W. S. Uunh, anemHaving bought of P. W. Green hit Llverv busS0Q Deputy Sheriff. itla for tho tvirly hprinp Attr. at Law one, or pasque. iness and added now buggies and horses, we are 600 Ditto to tho Itlvii ro or up thu Nile Surgeon prepared to furcith In Warwickshire, England, they have For tho diasnosU which finiU that you Ky. 3c ITo-wlanvery similar bouquets, except that tho Dentist, liavo hay fovor ut thu sjinu tlrau with FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS oftice Up Stairs; First Dcor East of Mcltob-3-i000 II. R. II. tho PriniMM of Kales plume of the anemone is supplied by a ' Drug Store. Conoral For ussurintt thu llfu hiMiranco comtHinit's v.. short notice. The traveling public will find brnnch of tho palm willow. ut always rcauy anu willing to lurniih Drum that you nro koo1 for 40 years yot, In tho celebrated painting referred J00 Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In the Owsley mers- nagous, eitneraiugle or dnilhln rtr whether you nro or not litiilding. very LOW PRICKS. The to, tho Infant Christ Is represented as For conthlrntinlly nilvirilni: your husband aei of a I kinds at town will alto find boys in and around WeofTer our lervlcrs to the public to do a sen, ut the peobo very careful of jou anil to deny to standing between two yellow irises; ple to deal with. Stop with us when In town at eral Collecting Ituainesi. Accounts, notes, etc. dio of court and entertainments and yonr horse and vo 11 6m that on tho sinister sido with tho petals you nothing whatsoever, lent youon thu collected in all parts ol the county. 32. heart failure, luvt comiiiU-ilunhide will be well cared for. downward, apparently to represent tho spoils 1,000 YEAGER ft COOPER Attornoy at Law, S; Myers Haute Stable, Stanford, Ky. humanity or humiliation of Christ, For assuring your creditors that your San Francisco. rich aunt, who hat m:ulo her will in while that on the dexter bide hnd tho Portland. - 000 your favor, ..To the., petals upward, implying the divinity, For Ntavint; offcannot vo a yearbored m process M.ru rs, nnd Will act as Executor, Administrator and Assignor glorification. other disagreeable peoplo with o.'llcial Interior Journh e Furniture, Undertaking, DE, W. B. FENire, Stanford, Ky Dentist, Don'tFail to See Our Window Shades I'ott-Otnc- e We Beat n Low Prices WITHERS & HOCKEF. RAW FURS. J . c - d. READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. yofc'rte J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, All Kinds of Go?., A 5 m. Pawdes J 2?aAg- FIA1TOS: ORGA1TS: The Myers House, wrll-ksow- n ea Stanford, pure , HI.UE-01lAi).- S Duroc Jersey Swine RILEY HOUSE 4fS5arf3Bgis - - New Process Vapor Stoves .JL Carriage Fainter. 1 th-e- e, JONES BROS., Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, e, I ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. serance company fsSHP W. H. Wearen & Co. Co CARPENTER, BARBEE AS CLOTHING Neat and Stylish Goods "VAUDM AN S.& W. Baughman, BTTHCH, Attorney at Kentucky. fHaiiford, W. S. BEAUTY FEED STABLE, Stanford, first-cla- SALE H. J. McROBERTS. TO THE LADIES. Ilri-dle- s, flRUPLEY.-- immkmmm :Mm PRICE. d, first-cla- DOIT'T first-class yi SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Yeager & Cooper, firtt-cla- ss fol-Iow- h Livery nnclgFccd Stable, ;dh,. Stanford, l. b. cook, slx-putal- Burob. m Collectors, Stanford, Ky. - a Wallaos Varnon, 11 Stanford, Kentucky. if X4 NEWftRLEANd VIA THE I X . 7 k t BBBBHHBaiHliaaaBaiBBB MfEU II I .yfi j -- 4 ' i a Superb Vestibuled Trains FROAl CINCINNATI through Sleeping Cars to Birmingham, Co 'nra'ifis, Albany, Knoxvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vivlciburg and 5lireveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Lns Aittides and San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Or lM.n.i or via Shrcveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA S ta- - tar Literature and Time Table. Cor. CHAS W. ZELL.D. P. A., ionville. To Lexington, Chattanooga, Birmingham, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack Me-"l- n, what the carl ClnLlIuiin called resurrection of tho dead we uro apt to call, perhaps as correctly, tho immortality of tho soul; and wo triumph in tho thought that as tho penitunt thief had tho promise that he" should this daw whilo his body wasyet uuburicd, bo with Christ t 200 edicts For swearing that your uncle, who out m tno, .you off with a shlllliip, was 11011 comuur COO pos mentis continuanco of existence in nnother world, immediately after death, oven For giving you thu Inside eccrets of tho 800 latest divorces ns Christ's existence continued after All consultations in a hnllet dust His death; and wo look more for sound pioof stono vault All fees this immediato resurrection than for prescriptions nud advice strictly in for boiuu later ono. Indeed, Tho Heart of Kintcr. joy ami our nopo is NOBiraWlEST .Via The, '' " h W il41 '"''W1Ti go-.si- p ildu vaft-iS- i , 1 5. w ''. r"vs n u n 4 ee Special attention given to Settle nents of as Attorney and sale and Division of nfants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt.,W, F. McCla-rys s, A. C. Successor to Sine, TTttrgk it office. 90 do at their death pass into glory. cause IIu lives wo shall live also. Tlume in 1'aradise, so tho souls of nil believers Uo- -, 4lhad.Raceats , Cincinnati; Scrumptious lias. Did you notice how she smirked till through service?" "Yes, dear, but you mustn't hlamo her. It'ti the most natural thing sho possesses." Brooklyn Life. "What an artificial smilo that Miss i:ster Olrls. ndvanco. ConvciiKiit diseases mado to order and patients coached up in tho symptoms fortho bonoflt of whomso-evo- r or whntever occasion. Tho ilia of royalty ncouratoly countorfoitod. Bioy-ol- o humps developed in two lessons. SkortsightediiiftS to cunblo you to cut your best friends without ofl'enso in ton days. Purblindncss for lorgnotto nso in ono consultation. All disensos guaranteed; cures, contingent. Consult me, nnd bo in itwiththoswolls. Yonrs, in strict coufidonco, it. Van Dlecdhm, M. D. N. B. Parties in closed carriages and hoavily veiled got first preforouco. Now York World. (0) 'SViTt . nKw JMaTW-ai- y WJTfS tOUISVIttt HtWAtBAMTSCHICACO'riTTffi DotLorn "STour Cattlo. I !' in "n "'t'e wSrr tVr "t !r or more cattle to cehorn. 1 do the work with the Lightnlrg Dthorucr. Can dehorn any cow la three seconds. The knife tnakosa clean, smooth cut, does not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. It it the only humaue way to deI will carty a general tto:k of Iluilding Mate- horn Docs not punish 'he animtl '!" saw, and the wound gets well as quick aain as that rial and by telling made by the saw. For furtner information, call on G. A. PKYTON", Stanford, Ky. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook, 101, Only Dining Car Route From XOXTISirilCI-TO CHXC&GO. E to Elegant i'u'lman Vestibuled Sleopcis cf Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address FltANK J. REID.) f E. II. IiACO.V, J or D. T. Agent, G. T. Agent, I. ) Louisville. Chicago. FOB, CASH OlTLTir, J. T. SXJTTOIT, : : Will be enabled to make Lower Trices than has ever been offered hero. 1 would call special attention to UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. pr'ilo cl West Lin- run stock of Comna 95 MIRE and SLAT FENCE Mide of Oak Tickets, in the markit. Denver, s I "MONON" Route. Te SURE o call for t' e chcappst and best fenco St. Paul. Offera his services o the coin and Casev Counties. and Caskets always on hand. Li. S. carpenter, Aianager, IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Mill work at City Price.