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WriKhtWIoon .b, time who will apara tho ,Jero n tm futim) ,, nlunaaut drive in Kool company over a A Day In Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. 1895. NO. 14 OF A LOCAL NATURE. b"v y""y;t;nJ ur CHURCH AFFAIRS. 1 reside WV0rd,,toBLlO77lr BtrhiR hnniM on the oiUhIiIh to all man kind noil hia wtfo and family alwayn make n Btninjior feol at home when ho croesi'8 tlielr threshold. Old fnHhioned hopiiltnllty, Rimulno and unadulterated, fa by them extended. With a full Mom-acthu visitor at the proper time la sent to a bed "an soft as downy pillows are," hearing at never ceaalnp intervals a conversation Intensely amusing and in Btructive. When the history of Lincoln county la completed "Undo Clark" will occupy In it a placo "at top of column, next to readinu matter," or in other word?, a prominent placo in ita pagefl, Many couples while en route to some Gretna Green havo heen sheltered at his house, and when once in consultation with him, all necessary information whs received as to how to proceed to safely reach the promised land. I'liclo Clark i) at this particular writing between, the devil and tho iron works, ho saya. He purchased tho place hero where ho lias lived over since about 10 years ago. A milt is to bo brought, ho tmyR, to take his possessions from him, but I heard a to rest perfectly lawyer tell him easy, that while it wai pocsiblo ho could not read his titles clear to uianniona in the ky UncleClark's title to hia property was aa ood a wheat at the mill and thAt it could never be taken from him. WaynesburK is a lively on a Saturday afternoon, I discover, almost iw Stanford, and everybody seunin to bo attending to hia own buitiuem instead ofjto his nelchbor'a, Mr. Janus While at tviiiKiville Hoy, who ban been depot act!Utthere for It cousecutivu years, and Mr. Nathan Woodcock informed us that n J valuable homo jumped out of the ctr door of a freight tralu some time since, which had carelessly been left open by a negro in charge, while passing through the J mile tunnel. Another train was (following close behind, aud panned through befor the horse as missed. Search (or tho animal's carcass, or for piecen of it, was instituted, aud thu horse was found alive and all right, having escaped a scratch h to-da- """" Clark hSoatl,, ()f y to-da- y tho time and rapidly increnso in avoirdupois ha should ''put up" a brief season at the Pennybacker Hone, Kingsvillp. The handsome young ladles who have been boarding at this hotel since their birth have never yet been induced by their admirers to "change their excellent boarding house," and I aui ready to Us tify that they aro musicians of the highest order natuawl musicians, and they can make a piano articulate beautifully. Kiiigsvillu la certainly a thriving bus!-detown if Saturday's doings were a fair sample of what goen on there all the time, aa everybody seemed to havo a move on himself. J. F. W. till J sa from either train. If a fellow wants to be happy Not Diiy K.NotHiH to iik Rattled. The Rev. Mr. Psulmjonea was not feeling as well as usual, the church was cold, and some of the big boys near thu door undertook to enliven matters by coughing in chorus aud throwing in now and then a startling imitation of a sneeze- The preacher Btood it patiently for a few minutes, and then paused in his dis course long enough to say: "If I hear any more of that noise back there, young men, I'll walk you out of the building one by one or all in a bunch, I ain't very particular which. I've had dealings with fellows of your Btripa dozens of times, and I know how to manage 'em. Xjw you quiet don mighty quick or there'll bo trouble." A deathlike stillness pervaded the church. Ho waited a moment to let it take filed. "I know I'm a littlo dry this morning brethren," he said, "but I'm not bo dry thut anybody can rattle me. The text says in the third place," etc. Chase (to dentist) I won't pay anything extra for gns. Just yank tho tooth out, even if it doen hurt a littlo. Dentist 1 must say you aro very plucky. Just lut me see tho tooth Ohaeo Oh, I haven't got any toothache; it's Mrs. Chase. She'll be here in a minuto. Truth. Wright secured licenses Monday, to run their saloons for another year. Thu Christian College debating society will makH their vocies ring on the instant, for and against foreign immigration. Dr. Alcorn returned from Longview, Ala, lout week and reports .Mr. J. B. Adams much better. We understood that ho went to see J. B. Adams ut Newport, hence the mistake in our last letter. "Tood'a all right." J. S. Goode, Samuel Reld aud W. I). Weatherford aro thinking of having a combination sale, soon. They have nearly 100 horses, and among them may be found almost any kind, from tho Shetland pony to the Norm mi monster. Tho horse show Saturday was a great day fjr tho lovers of horses. There were about lo horses uud five or six jacks on exhibition and the breeders had a good collection to select from, especially in saddle horses Tho town was full of people and much lniflitiPM was done. J. W. Allen went to Louisville today to look after his tobacco interests there. W. O. Speed went to Somerset last week on business 0. B. Reitl was over from Latouin a few days ngo looking after his racers. He will take them over therein a few weeks to go in training. Misiee Anna Ueid and Kate Cook re turned fiom Nashville, Saturday, where they had spent a pleasant visit with Mrs. It. J. Lyles. They took n course at the Bowling Green Normal School before going to Nashville. Miss Bsulah Vanars-dalis at home on a visit. Sam Lusk was brought homo last week from t Academy with scarlet fever. Mies Kate Mouro is visiting her parents in Garrard county. Mrs. M. G. Thompson and Miss Kilia Vanarsdalo spent a few das with their father, Mr. Jack Vanars-dale- . In Mercer. Tlie grim reaper, death, visited our city last week aud claimed two victims, Mr Sam Brown and Mr. Turner. The latter died at the home of hia daughter, Mrs. C. T. Greggi, of general debility and old age. He had led an active life up to within a year or two ogo, when ho began failing, and coming out hr f n visit his daughter last Summer, ho took sick and had not been, well all winter, His remains wero taken to bl homo in Iowa, accompanied by Mrs. t eggs, another daughter and a sou. Pr was 81 years old. Mr. Sam Brown b athed his last at 5 o'clock .Thursday morning. Probably no ono realizes mr e forcibly than Joea his mother, Mrs. M y Brown, that troubles come not in single file, but in batUllions. Some yeaia ago she sua" tained a severe injury from a fall, which together with other ailments, has made her a cripple for life. Her daughter, Miss haunie is an invalid from rheumatism, and now comes thu severe blow of fate, which bows her head in sorrow. Tho deceased had been n victim to rheumatism aud catarrh for some years, but the dread consumption caused his death. His wife died about five years ogo. Two littlo children, uharley and Nora, survive him. e Hog-set- but not brlnR a car load ,I0r,P8 89 ,, I1HIwIIv -- W. .). WBHl.,,rford and W. D. ,11,1 j Daughters College was sold last week toCoI. Smith, wJio has been running it for a year. Garrard county republicans instructed for Col. W. 0. Bradley, of course. Tim colonel is very near tho hearts of hia homo people, Tom 0 Midler, a Somerset saloon man, has professed religion and a revival now in progress at that placo is creating the grenti-s- t excitement. Field and Adkina wero refused a continuance ut Barbourville nnd their trials for the assassination of Judge Combs sot for Thursday. If the democratic parly declares for free coinage it will finally meet with overwhelming defeat ami bo drummed out of existence. Ml Vernon Signal. The Jessamine Journal says that the levy for county revenue for 1895 islflxed at 27 cents ou the $100 and 15 cents ou the $100 for railroad bond indebtedness. Tho per capita tax is fixed at $1. Mr. Samuel Brown, an excellent citizen of Huston ville, died last week after a lingering illness of consumption. He wos a ebn of Mr. Frank Brown, deceased, aud was a rolativo of Mrs. Pamtlia Brown's family here. Mr. Brown's wife died about 10 years ago and his two chil dren alone survive him. He was u mom ber of tho Christian church nud a good man. ODDS AND ENDS. In the world's mints from 1S3U to there wore coined 0,101 tonatof gold and 81,2:!j tons of silver. y Tne prohibition town of Portland, Me., uaia $70,003 worth of liquorj every year for "medical aud mechanical purposes." A handsome glapa case now protects the beautiful "Woman Trtu pliant. Hart's master piece, in the rotunda of tho Lexington court nuuso. The losses by fire in this country in March were greatly abovo last year and somewhat higher than lS'JJ. The increase over 1801 waa no less than $7,CU0,-00lSDi) 0. Gov. Marvil, of Delaware, wai the inventor of tho berry; basket with the elevated bottom, a marvel of ingenuity. He was the berry grower's beat friend and they should canonize him. Details of a plan for a proposed now apartment hotel in tho .Back Boy district of Boston, to he known as the Commonwealth and to coat $3,000,000, have been made public. It is said the hotel will bo largest in tho world. .. The mathematical fiend now makes tho announcement thaa "two persons playiog dominoes ten hours a day and making four moves a minuto, could continue 118,000 years without exhausting all tho combinations of the game, tho total of which is 21S,523,2U,81G". If all physicians do notl .report the deathB and births coming in their practice, ministers do not give bondubefore pronouncing matrimonial 'ceremonies aud turnpike authorities do not report dividends, before the county court, they aro subject to heavy fines. In tho last three yeais James wife has presented him with seven children, twins twice and', triplets once. Mr. Marsee Is a teamster at Pittsburg, Ind., and on the arrival of the triplets a fine milk cow and $20 was given him;by his sympathetic friends. Z ; i3 -J ,- Mar-sow- 's "I caught a burglar in my room Inst night," said tho editor. "Indeed."' "Yes; but I only got fellow 1" out of the poor Atlanta CoualUuuou. $( kind looking old lady mildly. "Bless your soul, ma'am, you couldn't. It The host salve in the world for cuts, Lru.'iea, to come anyseres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- - takes years of hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, where near it." responded the gentleIt is t positively cures piles, or no pay repuircd. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money man whoso team had balked across the per box, Kor sale by refunded, r'neo a$ cents Cincinnati Tribune. A. K. fenny, Stanford, Ky. For a ciuartcr ol a century Dr. King's Now Dls covery hia been tested anil the millions who have rtcciu'd benefit from 1U ue testily to Its wonder--titurmive powers in all diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the test so long and that has Iven so universal satisfaction Is no experiment. Kach bottle is positively cunrantced toivc relief or the money will be refunded. It is admitted to be tho most reliablo for Coughs aud Colds. Trial bottles free at A. It. Penny's drug store. Large sue joe audji. ll A Quarter Contury Toat. Negroes tn Norm ijaiuimu are effectorg.nizttion.to be called the National Equal Bights Couucil of tho I'nit-eStates. Tho purpose is to secure equal rights for negroes nt hotels and all public places, and the right to marry white women. Justice Jackson, ;whose vote will break the deadlock iu the Supremo Court on tho income tar law, will have either returned or resigned by next October, and ho or his successor will final ly settle tho question at tho next term of court. A man has appeared at San Fran-cIbwith an apparently good claim on tho heart of the city, now, valued at f If is said that thoj records do not show that tho property over passed out of his hands. At Columbus, 0., Charles Hart, who butchered two children in Paulding county last November, was hanged in the penitentiary Friday morning. Hie last words wero "Lord bo with mo." Because a mnu took tho Keeley cuio twico within the two monthsjpreceding the killing of his wife at Pittsburg, un eilbrt is being made tolgot him pardoned on the ground of insanity. An Italian marked for death by tho Maihi, commuted auiciilo in ;tho l'enn Bylvamu coke region becauso ho thought he would bo murdered. Nel9oa Calhoun, colored, who aa-wilted n white woman near Coraicana, Tex., waa taken from tho oflicors by a mob and shot to death. ing an d co 8 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Wanted. A brick molder. at once to.'Mt. Vernon Lime Co. Apply "Wo will wait a few mmutesldonger," said tho pastor, "in order to give nn opportunity for those who may wish to unite with the church to come forward and do so." A solemn hush fell upon tho congregation, but nobody moved. At last a tall, slender, lantern-jweman sitting near the door, rose up and said: "While itio young people iu tho au dience ar making up their minds on those questions.;! should like to oildr a few thoughts omtho iub- ject of free coinage of silver." d, long-whisker- ed "How will you have your eggs cook ed?" asked thu waiter. "Make any difference in tho coat of 'em?" inquired tho cautious customer with the brimlesd hat and faded beard. "No." "Then cook 'em lioved. To with, a nice Blice o'ham," said tho customer, greatly re the Democrats ofJLIncoln County. Iam a candidate to represent Lincoln county in the next Legislature of Kentucky, .subject to the action of tho Democratic party. 1 stand squarely upon the National, Democratic platform. Kndorse Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James 1). McCte- ary lor U. S. Senator and in lavor of Free Turn Ucspectfutly, pikes. Somerset Iipb n preacher who nouncea Hwrmons on "Dead Fllea" Btich subjects. Tho Baptist Ministora' Association of San Francisco has adopted n resolution opposing funerals on Sunday. Kev. J. M. Halsoll, the new pastor at tho Walnut Flat Cumberland Tresby. terian church, will preach his first sermon next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, A Greek church at Yonngstown, O., celebrated Kaster by crucifying Judas in effigy, afterward ehooting firecrackers at the effigy and then burning it. Thero were no especial Easter eer vices at tho Christian church Sunday, but tho pulpit was beautified with lilies aud other flowera to commumorato tho occasion. A Baptist church with 10 members has been organized at Corbln, bv Kev. W. C. Cleveland, of Springfield, and $050 subscribed towards building a church house. Rev. T. A. Bracken colobrated tho 50th annivorsarv of his ministerial ser vice at Lobanon last week. Ho has been pastor of the 2d church there for 30 years and has seen the membership grow from 75 to 250. An Indiana preachor has a way of his own for fighting the saloons. He has filed suit against Biloon keepers at Cheston. claiming damages ou the ground that members of his congregation havo formed tho habit of drinking. Itev. JLucien V. Noel, professor of Gecek and Elocution at tho Danville Seminary, delivered a learned discourse at the Baptist church Sunday night. He will preauh at the Presbyterian church hero the 1st Suuday iu May, morning and night. Tho church paoplo of this country havo groat reason to ho rejoiced. Tho indications are better than for years, that America is just on the eye of a glorious revival. From every section 'comes re ports of tho inoa encourHging nature; in some places hundreds are being converted. Ingersolism will soon be a thing of the past. Bro. Woods, of tho Richmond Register, goes for the Rav. Pickett, whom we had occasion once to fhy, in n way that the notoriety seeker must despise. He charges him ith using ungentlemanly, coarse, indecent and scurrilous language and polluting the pulpit with his dangerous sanctomania. Tho writer says that large crowds attond the meetings, but they go out of curiosity to seo tho disgusting orgies of the saintly sanctimon-ousnivelers. Richmond people are too aud cultured to take up with such delusive heresies. Wo told Bro, "Woods to look oat as the bad man would get him and wo fear he has not heeded our warning. Mr. A. K. Denny hands us the fol lowing: "The Kev. Ben Helm laid his views on sanctification before the Presbytery at Lebanon and a committee was appointed to consider them, which brought in a report, Btating that his teaching was not in accord with the standards of the church. The report was approved by tho body and Bro. Helm's communication placed upon the records of the Presbytery. Tho highest Christian action was manifested both by tho body and Mr. Helm." We are told that Mr. Helm asked for an obtained a letter of dismissal from tho ministry of the Presbyterian church and will apply for membership in the Methodist church. Dr. E. M. Green, of Danville, preached at tho Preabyterian church hero Sunday from a part of the 10th verse of John 10: "I am come that ye might havo life, and that yo miht havo it more abundantly," and his sermon was like all hia efforts full of thought and Ho expatiated on tho glorsubstance ious light of tho gospel as preached to day in its fullness and power as compared with 30 years ago and of tho grand awakening of the people all over the land to its oflVr of eternal salvation. We are getting light aud getting it moro abundantly all the time, and ho believed iu n continual growth in grace aud thonttaiu-mon- t of higher Christian privileges that we onjoy, but thero id no perfection in this life. Tho idea of Cliristitn perfection is tho dream of the religious enthusThero ia a higher iast an unattainable life for all Christians, hut the meaning of tho phrase h id b"eu great'y distorted and ubusod in lat yetr. In his invocation, Ir. Greon prayed feelingly for an of tho church, wtio had departed from its teachings mi, I asked if he had fallen into error that his oyes might be opened and th it his life would bo crowned with the glory and honor of saving s j u Is and tho uphuiiihug nf his cause. an-Rnd ot St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carnage Making and Repairing done in first class style. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. MR. E. H. KIHLEY. BE GXPERIERCED PEWTER. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. EASTER REDUCTION - ON - All Goods In Our Store. Except Glassware, which DANKS, -- - JEWELER. is already to Rock Bottom. IN VIEW OF- - JULY i, 1S95, we offer AT COST FOR CASH Everything in our line, such as i. WAGONS.PLOWS, HARNESS, Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you a large stock to select from. FARRIS & HARDIN FLOWS AND PLOW HARNESS. Have just received a full line of a well-balanc- Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to Call and examine our goods before purchasing. W. E. PERKINS, Oral: Orchard. Wall Papers Alabastine We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Call M Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of MiBiniiiiiiBiiiiBasiisssssssssssMMiiHsssiisssasnssisSMSSsssssssssssissssasiissssssisssssssssssssssssssssssssissssssssssssssssssssisssssssssssssii and Wo Bo M9M.(TJBJlflIftTgo James Frye, HUSTON YIIXE, 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. or A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth $3. 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 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 Sis. Mens fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for S12.50 to 15, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. CLOTHIUG DRESS GOODS great I ! it. r'. Xoktii. f "I would't swear that way," aaid tho truck-drivi- Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. car-trac- k. Mr. Fred Miller ol Irvln. III. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for tnuny years, with severe pains iu his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many S3 called KMneX cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began useol Ulect.Ic Hitters and found relief at once. Electric U it tors is especially adapted to euro ot all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial Price only joe, lor will prove our statement. arge bottles At A. K Penny's Drug store. It May Do as Much for You Shipp, tho y uug Bcpe grace who murdered a negro at Lexington, was indicted uy tno grind jury, whicn happenTho night of the ed to be iu murder his mother s,U up all night waiting for him to come to tho hotel and take her home. E K. Hunter, a wealthy Chicago cattle dealer, was 6truck and killed by a rock thrown from tho street while he was sitting iu his ollice, 809-uo'i- . variety of style and quality and I know Woolen dress goods in I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them that lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shay e, for Si. 15 rTh(s sequel Buy and sell for Cash." worth S3. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. ! v3rT?f Semi-Week- ly 'i -- "- -- r'v . . - - n) -s v -.! ' - I j IS 'K IV r. 'i W U t.. s; N. W. Hambrick, of Scott county, bought of J. W. Allen, of tho West End, example tho other day. Two young 13 calvea at $17 and of various parties 80 bloods shot at each other on tho street, cattle Ht 3 Go. unfortunately without effect. They were Stanford, Kv., - April 10, 1895 arrested and on being acquitted, tho I will stand two jacks, lino breeders, at my farm two miles from Stanford at State's attorney swore out warrants ft and $5 tn iusuro a colt. One is 1 and against them for carrying concealed W. P. WALTON. tho other 15 hand high. S. II. Shanks. weapons and each was fined and Bent to Tho dreaded army worm baa made jail. Ordinarily the lesser crime is overits appearance In Logan county and the of tho greater, and looked, after tho trial Have you visited our store, all aglow farmers aro becoming alarmed and are no prosecutiou is made for tho offense of digging ditches to keep them from with bright and new and up todatc goods? carrying weapons concealed. It is to spreading. Common sense teaches that careful and bo hoped that tho precedent set by the It is estimated that in Oregon, WashGeorgetown court will bo followed by judicious buying means money saved. BiTTEn.NK83 engendered by personal ington, Montana, Nevado and Idaho other tribunals, till tho cowardly habit There is not one cent's difference in the d politics cauBed tho taking of a human of there nro at prevent 2.0C0.000 carrying concealed weapons is made wild horses, for which no market can life at Covington a few days ago. Sena value of odious. A inn who goes around armed now bo found tor Goebel, in tho presence of the attorhabitually is both a coward and a murney general of the State, shot and almost Lost. A red Berknhiro hoar; weight derer at heart. about 175 pounds. Left my farm about instantly killed Iirtnkor J. L. Sandford, six weeks ago. Information leading to the head of nn opposing political faction. The president has declined tho recepAnd a dollar's worth of wearing apparel his recovery will ho paid for. B. G. Go Tho men met on the street, Sandford de- tion tendered him by business men of ver, MilledROvlllr. manded tho authorship of a scurrilous Chicago a? an expression of their apat the under value cut rate prices this In her career on tho track, Maud S. article in a local paper; Goebol assumed proval of his financial policy because his week. only won threo races. Sho trotted 20 responsibility for it and then shot his vic- estimate of the proprieties of his position heats in 2:30 or better; 27 heats In 2:20; tim to death. Tho coroner's jury found obliges him to forego tho enjoyment of 21 in 2:15 and threo in 2:10. Tho aver-agthat Sandford fired the first shot and participating in the occasion contemof all her winning heats waa 2:1 1. said that Goebel acted in self defensn, plated. In his letter he states in the It is naiu that tho famous Lexington but the man who would publish such an strongest and clearest terms his position unBleached cotton, yd wide, 5c. 4 Fair may bo omitted from the list of exarticle as ho did impugning the character as an advocate of sound money, and bleached sheeting 2liC. 10- -4 unbleachTho company 1S95 events in Kentucky. of Sandford, should be tried and hung pressed tho hope that there bo an ag so. ed sheeting 14c. 9- -4 bleached sheeting lost money last year and is eaid to conunder the provoke law. Ho is clearly a gressive ofiort to disseminate among Thero are 27,000 women in New 10-- 4 bleached sheeting 15c. White tho people safe and prudent finan- York who aro tho whole Bupport of template declaring tho fair oil' for this 13c. murderer at heart and no jury can wipe the stain of blood from his murderous cial ideas. Disguise it as wo may, he their husbands. And yet there are fol year. Scrim, 5, and 10c. Lace Curtains, 3 We will stand our splendid Clydes soul. Disappointed in his political am- says, tho line of battle is drawn between lows wno claim tnai runrnuKo m uuk yards long, 50c. Lace curtains, fine pat dale ttallion, Jepo D Wearen, nt our bitions, ho has nursed his supposed the forces of safe currency and those of succeea. tern, 2xj yds. lonrj, 75c per pair. place on the Hustouvillo pike, at 15 to silver monometallism. grievances till he seemed to go about Tho extraordinary oil movement iu lees Ineure a living colt. Persona desiring seeking whom ho might insult and browper barrel As Delawaro now has a democratic an increase of 52 cents draft horses should breed to him. Bez-le- y beat and it was only a question of timo than a weok, has rovived oxcitouieut governor, tho republican Legislature will r Bros. when he would kill or get killed, and unin the Pennsylvaeoon break the deadlock in the Senato- to an intense degree Dimities, Lawns, Figured Sateens. A full A good crowd attended tho hotto fortunately he lives. He may not suffer rial struggle that has lasted over a nia field. show at Huston ville Saturday afternoon line of Spring Goods at the Lowest Prices. legal punishment for his crime, but h'a The president is enid to have declarmonth. Tho session is drawing to an up to tho averconscience, if he havo any, will lash him end and it will not leave tho question ed his purpose to pay the tax on his in- hut tho display was not A good ribbed Cotton I lose for children age. Stanford was represented by only till his dying day and send him at last to come without waiting for a settlement of and misses at 5c, worth 10c. Good heavy open for democratic appointment. The Bird, tho property of one horeo-Ejg- lo a dishonored grave among them the question aB to whether tho law real- Mr E. P. Woods. members may be divided cotton pants for men at 75c. Hoys' knee ly applies to him. Tho poultry and egg crop of the pants 25c. Ladies' slippers, black and Senator Blackuuhn is credited with selves, but not sufficiently so to commit The funeral of tho lato John L. United States ia estimated to be worth saying that Mr. Carlisle can not afford to political harikari. tan 5 co. Knee pants suit 75c, Si, Si. 50 Sandford, killed at Covington Thursday 5250.000,000 aunually. Startling aa these make the race for Senator becauso ho la and up to $7. Hoys' Long Pants Suit $2. Another alleged cure for consumption by Senator Goebel, took place Sunday figures may appear, it seema stilt more too closely identified with the present adMen's pants, S3, $$, $7 and up. See our h announced to hold the bow of prom- tfternoon and whs atteudod bv an remarkable that, besides the above we ministration. We think he'll find that ise to the ear to break it to the heart of line of Carpets and Matting. Cheapest in crowd of people. import between 00,000,000 and lOO.Ot'O to bo a supporter of Mr. Cleveland's poltown. the unfortunate victims of a cruel and Miss Mary Stephens attempted sui- dozen eggs each year icy to maintain the credit of the govern- relentlesa diseaso, that so far has bsiiled cide via the morphine route at Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool. ment unimpaired will not be as unpopu- medical skill. O , because she didn't havo It is to be hoped that Highest market price guaranteed. Beay tho Senator imagines and that Mr. lar it has more merit than Dr. Koch's prov- enough inonoy to get back to her home fore you sell, see my agents T. S. Elkin, Carlisle's reason for not entering the ed to possess. at Grayson, this State. Lancaster, J. S. Moberly, McEiuney, race will not be becauso he supported Adollna Patti will recoivo $12,000 TSTZ that policy. Mr. Blackburn was articu Sunday, though it commemorated the for six performances at Covent Garden , Win. Kout, Hustouville, Wallace Steele, Boiling Fork or myeell at Stanford. Willating through bis tile, as he is fond of resurrection of tho Savior of tho world, r'2, 000 a night, which is nearly donblo A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, liam Moreland. doing, when he made that statement, but was full of tragedies and murders. The what any prima donna has ever received John P. Uillett, c( Eikhart, 111., has he was seriously in earnest when he fur- dailies yesterday teem with accounts of T. D. RANEY, Manager. a London opera house. just sold the tail end of his herd of fat ther remarked that he considered Gov killings all over tho country, the murder at Lynn was killed by A son of John cattle at iO.OO and tho remainder at 7 as McCreary his most dangerous competi- ers possible going on the idea that the liL'htning Branch Stores. near Stureis. thia State. Tho ho expects a big rise in values. Ho tor. There is horse sense in this con- better the day tho better the deed. horse ho was riding was also killed. A shipped a lot of cattle to Chicago iu I)e Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Cynthiana, clusion and if the Senator had added little brother who was riding behind him comber, and on being offered only 15.40 Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. Tub Whisky Trust baa reduced tho that the governor would be his successor Bcarcoly injured at all. for them, shipped them back to his he would not have displayed moro fore- price of the article two cents a gallon, was Horacseckers' excursions will run Editor Meacham, who has been infarm. sight than thousands of good democrats but vestigating, finds that it makes no per-C- f April 23 bv all of the linos west of tho A South Dakota banker has compil- are now indulging in. Missouri river to points east and west of ed tho reports of wheat fed to livestock ptible difference in the siza of a colthe river and to tho Southwest at one in tho Uuited States since July 1st. ISiM, Dksua Bhbckinridgk, income tax drink at Hopkinsville. faro for the round trip plus 2. lector in the Lexington district, is stir and finds tbo total to be 83,130,000 bushOfficial adyices at Washington indiring up tho gamblers by ruling that re NEWSY NOTES. Firman's' Fund, els. Kentucky has fed 2,170,000 bushels North British and Mercantile, cate an understanding between China turns must be made on all money won Tonnes-Be- e Manchester, Mechanics and Traders. of coal are and Japan. Whilo tho terms aro not of this amount, Ohio 7, 130,000, Five millions of bushels on horse racing, lottory, cards and rou1.2S0.000, Missouri 5.S70.000 and InThe Pennsylvania Fire, coming down tho river from Pittsburg. National of Hartford, known, it is said Japan made conces- diana 5,240,000 bushels. lette, and that there will bo no allowJames Whltt, aged 22, was given 20 sions from her original demand. Phtenix of Brooklynn. Give me a call. "foa ance for losses. Mr. B. is a statesman It is roported in Atlanta that a polit and a jurist and deserves a higher recog- years at Louisa for criminal assault on NATIONAL BANK ical deal has been made by which Senanition of hia capacities than he has bo far a woman. Nearly every saloon keepor in Lex-in- g tor Gordon is to run for governor, and in gotten. The supremo court needs tho OK STANFORD, ICY. has been indicted for keeping open tho event of his election to be succeeded cervices of just such a man and if it wero on Sunday. in tho Senate by Secretary Hoke Smith. Capital Stock composed entirely of him there would Firo in tho costly Illinois Statebouse Harry House, of Shelbyville, Ind., Surplus bo no such hair splitting as we have be0 at Spriugfield caused a loss of from left his home, telling his wife sho would Attention of the public i invited to the fai t come used to. to $100,000. never Bee him alive again. Two hours that thins tho only National Hank in Sunforc Cherokeo Bill, of the Daltou gang of later ho was carried homo dead, having Under the provisions of the National Hank The president has at last rewarded secured not only by th capital Montgomery's puiuiieo outlaws, was sentenced at Fort Smith, laid down on tho tracks in front of a stock, but art the stockholders liability lor by This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you amount equal to the itock, to that depoitcrs and pleadings with an ollke. Ho has Ark., to be hanged June 25. passing train. institution are secured by a fund of S 00,10a Dan Lamb, of Livingston, was strickbank want inc very dcsi materials, you can not Kive sworn tutooicnts of ahord to overlook our appointed him n member of tho Dawts A poplar tree was recently cut in are made each ycarto thethecondition of the United Sutet govt Commission to negotiate with certain en with paralysis while hunting and died Marshall county. Tenn , which was five ment and itsnttctt are etaraincd at atatcd titnot stock. by government agents, lhu securing addititons tribes of ludiaiid. It strikes us when before he could be taken home. feet through at tho bane and SO feet to and perfect safety to depciitots. A prominent Texas merchant hangoriginally established as tnt This t a nun a signally his home poop o the first limb. The tree made 7,003 feet nencikitinstitution, Stanford in 18(8. then lLmk of an The best is not too good. was rejected, it should be ed himself becauso the bank in which of lumber and sold (or HID. It WllH as this one ed as the National Hank ol Stanford tn 1865 antf National Hack ol the First again taken as a fiign that it is time for him to he had his money went under. known as the "basin" tree. bunlord in 1VJ1, has had practically an umntn-- I Commander-in-chie- f Liwler expects rupted ensteuceof ja better be relegated to utncurily and so acceptTho court ol appeals says tho law new with taiiluics for years. It isbusiness supplisd prompt transacting 230.000 members of the G. A. It. will ated by ttin powera that be. foreign corporations the ly and liberally than ever before in its long and imposing upon Quality and price arc right. honorable career. Accounts of corporation!, fidutend the Louisville encampment. penalty of a forfeiture of charter for ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solir Coal oil has jumped to $2 a barrel and An express stage plying between to submit their litigation to the ted. Directory ol this Hank is composed o Th tho speculative tendency continues Cripple Creek Bnd Graesy, Col., was State courts is contrary to the consti- Korestui Kind, Lincoln county; being iniuld in a day on it and robbed by two men of over f 10,000. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; tution of tho United States. tho end is not yet in sight. Tho rapid T. B. Hurla, a prominent farmer J. II. Collier, Lincoln; Tho value of tho Astor real estate in rise in the price of oil in attributed to an near Peru, Iud., while suffering from the J. W. Hayden, Stanford; has been estimated at $01,000 New York S. !!. Ilaughnian.t Lincoln; agreement between the Standard and grip hung himself with a trace chain. 000, yielding approximately an annual J. S. Docker, Stanford; IlUHsiau oil interests to divido the world's A mother near Raleigh, N. C, disW. A. Trlbblo, Stafford; $3,200,000. Tho recent decisterritory, and it will end when tho life is posed of her young baby by burning it rental oi M. O. Elmore, Stanford; question saves Dealer In- ion on tho income-ta- x squeezed out of the smaller concerns by in the stove while she was cooking T. Hlll.fctanlord; a year on rente. the ABtors jupt 01,000 L. Tanner, ;McKinncvJ K. those insatiate monopolies. M. J. Miller, Mi. Vernon.Ky The smallest draft over heard of was There are about 100.000 island?, Daviess county republicans instructed largo and small, scattered over tho ocean. last week received at tho Farmers' Bank J H. Mocker, President; Jno J. McKoberts, Cashier; at Owingsville. It was for two conts, for Bradley. But why make particular A. A.McKinoey, Ant. Cahier. America aloue has 5,300 around its and was Bent by tho government to Dr. mention? All of them that bavn't so coasts. at WyoW. E. Phillips, will do it and in the end his nomination The Hotel IUymond, at Pasadena, of a balance due him Co will be made without opposition and by Cal., was destroyed by fire. It was a ming, in settlement poBtoilico department. acclaim. If the colonel were as sure noted resort and cost half a million of from the Or STANrOKD, KY., Prof. U. L. Wheoler, of Chicago uni of election as he is of hia calling ho dollars. ready for buainess will itnoivfully'organiicdj'and versity, has accidentally discovered a VV. L. WITHERS, Salesman. could begin to write his inaugural adJ. W. Hicks, who has been lectur- Bubstanco with aweetoning Ipowera far but he'll find, we opine, that "F" ing against Catholicism, was fined at dress, Paid up Capital of $200,000. in excess of saccharine, which haB been Surplus, . a long crooked letter. 20000. Pine Bluff, Ark., as a public peaco disregarded is tho aweetest substance turber. Insanity will bo tho plea of tha Oreto chemists. Candy men and SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL DANK OK STANFORD, Dr. Allen McKitrick, of Oircloville, known gon Baptist preacher, who was caught druggists aay it will prove very valuaNow cloaiog up) with the tame atitta and nodl robbing a bank. A better one would bo O., took morphine for quinine by mis- ble he lame management. hia congregation failed to give him a take. Tho burial occurred tho followthat Tij provuions of its chatter, depontora are a. ing day. fully protected aa aie dcpotitori iu Natioaa. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. support and he had to steal or die. UnHanks, iu shareholder! being held Individually Col. Thomas Boyers, for 11 years of the amount stock the der such proven circumstances tho court Tennyson, a 100 to 1 shot, won a raco liaole to at theeatcntvalue thciuol, in of their to th par addition therein would bo bound to give peremptory in- proprietor and editor of the Gallatin amount invested In such shares. It may actaj and tho oldest editor in Ten- at Memphis. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully iu Greatly improved for 1S95 and structions for the accused. Poland China Lours for sale. M. S. an individual. nessee, is dead. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ui worthy of consideration. Stanford. while innaging the Lincoln National Uank 3l Maryland Dunkards ducked a eick Banghman, Investigations como high but they here tender our man? thanks and J. It. Farria' Victor Mszzone, 2:21 J Stanlord, we we continue to tranaact their busineai He must have them. The Lexow commit- man three times in a cold stream. trust they will with us, olicring as a guarantee for prompt attenwill not bo trained this eeason. tee, which has been investigating the died, and tho Stato's Attorney is arrangtion to same, our twenty year' oipcrienca it W. P. GlveiiB1 filly, Helen Kullar, banking and as liberal accommodations as arc cob municipal affairs at New York, has asko J ing to prosecute. sistent with sound banking. last week. A Millersburg lady is threatened won a race at Nashville tho Legislature for $07,439 to pay its excouncil of Paris haB imposdihictous: Tho city penses. Tbo committee found out a great with lockjaw caused by the bite of a J j. Williams, Mt. Vernon; information does not seem monkey. She handed it n piece of mon- ed a liconso of $25 on cigarette dealers. deal, but the . II. Shanks, btanferd; They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Tho Kentucky Futurity, to bo trotey and tho little animal bit her through to have been profited by. J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; ted at Lexington, closed with over 1,000 the finger. S J. Embry, Stanford; The dead body of Minnie Williams, nominations. A Louisville circuit judge has decided J. II. Owsley, Stanford; William Moreland bought of O. T. J. Y. Caati, Stanford; that the license feo of $50 required of a domestic, was found in tbo pastor's William Geo:h, Stanlord; study of the Emanuel Baptist church at Iiohon and J. J. Allen a lot of oxtra good druggists to handle whisky as n Call and sec. A. W. Carpenter, MUlodtfivilIe, cattle at 3 35. schol- butcher unreasonable and invalid. Tho San Francises by Sunday-Schoo- l W. II. Cummins, I'leachosil e A horso owned by L. J. Kou, of Upcourt of appeals will finally adjudicate ars, who were arranging Easter decora5. H.bhaiiku, l'rosldent, Or. J. It. Owt'ey, Cashier, which means a great deal tions. A lover ia's'uspjcted of tho mur- per Willow Greek, Oregon, died at tho tho question, W. M.llrVht, felcrl advanced age of 3D yoara and 11 months. der. option towns. for local Interior Journal The court at Georgetown sot a good OR 8 PAGES. There wero 14,000 new hooka copyrighted in this country last year. Charles Miller, of Zinesville, Ohio, hrtH been declared a lunatic because ho has a penchant for Bleeping in graveyards. Tho first professional' game of the Beason at the Louisville baeo ball park resulted Sunday in a Bcoro of Louisville 20, Nashville 5. The commercial agencies report business improving all over tho country, with prices for commodities ranging higher than last year. William Jackson has for the second time been convicted at Greenup of the murder of his wifo and sontenced to 9i) years iu the penitentiary. Jamea W. Scott, the principal owner of tho Chicago f audtho and the Chicago Evening d Post, died suddenly in New York. Secretary Morton thinks a combine may havo something to do with the high prices of beef in New York and the East and, has started an investigation. At a bull fight at Barcelona the bull charged in among tho spectators. Several wero injured, and tho civil guard who Bhot the bull killed a tpectator aleditor-in-chieTimes-Heral- Money Found! half-bree- A Gold Dollar, e A FEW PRICES: 9-- $j Novelty Dress Goods. Ports-mont- h, LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAHFORD, 15-ce- . FIRE INSURANCE. FIRST KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. 8200,000 575,-00- 21,300 i rrj-ic- OILS. ir 1 VARNISHES. For-tuutsar- o PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Bo Ko WIEJAI11IEIM, -- Bup-pe- r. 1 Farmers Bank&Trnst -- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, KY. 3L8 1 Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. 1 1 Ex-arnin- medi-cino- ia Guarantee Satisfaction HIGGINS & McKINNEY, f) i&ij-tiZi- r ; .:- -. -- A., r "! .. ,P i- -l T- M-- . iyw jniiiu.ttM & lr M Goon second-hanphaeton for sale, Not Guilty or Course. -- SheritrT D. cheap, Mrs. Annie James. Nowiand arrived from Vinceunes, .Ipd., Danks' is Belling like hot cakes. TiiKsalo of the flue farm and the per- Friday night with tho supposed murderStanford, Ky., - Armr. 10, 19Sfi Nkw lino of dress goods just received sonal property of tho late Henry Daugh-na- ii ers ofold nun Apt, near 0 tenheim, who was found at hia home on tho 25th, and nt Shanks.' . will ho made May '21. thought to have been killed on the E. C. Walton, Husincss Manager Nuw frtnoy shirts nnd neckties nt Sev TiiKfact that two of our nirchiinlB tho sheritr had obtained a requisiernnco & Son's. have sold out within tho last few daa tion from Gov. Brown, ho went on hia PERSONAL POINTS. Hriiucki) priceH on nil goods for Foster would apparently indicate that buainefs advice direct to Vincennea to obtnln tho is playing out hero, but such i not tho coneent of tho men, Miih. W. 0. Wxakkn went to LoxitiK-to- nt Danks, the Jeweler. to como without enso. It ia looking up gratifyingly nil further proceeding?, Friday. but Dtirhnm's broth Skk our Cable Templo gold specs. They along the line. Jamkh K Waiik, of Ilowlnml, him l)ecu or got out n writ of habeas corpus nnd Where to buy your Spring Dress, your new Carpet or your Spring nre beauties. Danks, tho optician. Krantoil n puiinion. The company wluuii is to present the officer had to go to Indmiapoiin nr.d Mies Jkn.vik Cooriut returned from For Salt:. A good Second-han"Louva, the Pauper" nt Walton's Opera aecuro tho necessary papers fur their ex- Shoes? If you don't belong to the great army who come to our store bicyLonlHvillu cle. Address lock box 19U, Stanford. House, Friday night next, has engaged to tradition. A reporter for tho Interior and arc constantly singing the praises of the good style, fine quality Mibh Moi.uk Wiwiiit, of Hustonvillo, Journal viaited give It at the at Lancaster, a talk with them:tho men in jail and had Tim lateHt styles in straw hats nt tho i8 vieitiiiK Mra. ll. W. Green. George Petrey isnbout Tuesdoy night, 23d. Deckolmanu's and lov price, you should enlist at once. If once our customer, you -- j yenrs oiu, Mil. A T. Kah.nblky, of tho LoiiiavWo lowest prices nro to be found nt Shanks. unmarried, nnd ia n eon of will furnish the music at both Sam Potroy, dee'd. SayB ho left with you will always be our customer. Paper Co., waa with uu Friiluy. places. Making new trade every day and Ik you want a cakes, biBcults Durham on Sunday's, train. March 21th MihaMontir H.wtiiia buiI GeorRO U. nnd llghtbread get Obelisk Flour from Tnk caee of the Stuart heiro ogainet nt noon, taking it here. Went to Junc- holding it by air dealing, is our motto. Wunren went to Lexington Friday. Whether your purse is large J. 0. Florence. Mr. Thomas McKoburts, mention of tion Citv and there remained till Mon IC.mma Hay, of Danville, tins boon Mies 9 Havk you secured your reserved sent which whs made in our last, is ono of tho day morning's train with James Webber, or small, we will make it buy more than any house in this section. on a viait to Mra. Fr.ink Wilkinson. .Mm. Scorr Fahiiik ia down to eo lior for Lotivfl, tho Pauper? Wnlton's Opern most complicated Judge Saufley has ever his uncle. From thero they went to House, Friday, April 10th. had to tacklo. It involves settlements Ind., where a brother of DurBon, Stuvo Teateru, who line been Hick. . extending over 03 years. No decision ham's Uvea. Thoy engaged work with Ituv. 8. M. Looan wont over yesterday Why not bo in tho stylo when you has been rendered yet, na tho court is Durham's brother and were working to attend tho Mills niootltia nt LexitiK en n get a straw hat, tie nnd n suit of ton. somewhat hung on the multitudinous with him when arrested Monday. TalkMiih. Wm.;,Gkkh mid MrH. Mnry It. clothes at nny price you want at Shanks'. claims nnd counter claims involved. ed freely. Knew nothing of Apt'a 9 Crnl went to Louisville Sunday inorn-Iubut know him very wnll. Would Xkkilbu shoes in groat variety at Mn. C. D. Powkll has sold to Will gladly havo come back had they known Shanks.' They ore tho most atylish, Stcno .Mies Mattik Tuiiiiilr returned from n his house, lot nnd on they were wanted here, satisfied thoy visit to relatives nt Ilopkinsvillu Sun-da- most durable, most comfortable nnd tho Logan Avenue for $1,100, and about May would como out 0. K. Doth told similar cheapest. 10 ho will move his stock to Mt. Vernon tales. Joe Durham ia 23 and untied fnr Alius I.izzik Dunn, o( Danville, Is the Tiikhe were 35 applicants for tho posi- and engage in business. Mr. Powell has Petrey's mother prior to his leaving. Pe .THE uncut of her slater, MrH. M. S. Bauli" tion of receiver of tho National Dunk of made money here, but bolieves Mt. Vertrey waa thoroughly composed, but Durtnnn. Kansas City, including Mr. H. W. Hock-e- r, non a better field for him ot present. Ho ham whs a little nervous and took five it. II. I'kttuh, of Lincoln, is visiting also intimates that taxes nro a little high late of Stanford. drinks of water during n few moments his frttliLT.Utnlutt V. II. IVttua. SomerJohn Deldkn, who has been in jail for hero. Mr. Stone will open a grocory interview. Durham is unmarried and set Ileiorter. store as Boon as he guts possession of tho auys his parents aro dead. Both men say Mits. J. F. IIoldam Hiid Mrs. Joo Mc- - eight months for shooting with intent to store-roothey can prove they wero at Mrs. PeGltire, of Grab Orchard, were Kticata of kill, gave bond yesterday nnd went hia way till circuit court. .Mrs. F. I. Wootla. Kkii.k was all sorta of a day nnd uni- trey's for several nights previous to their form nt nothing save its uentral umilioia leaving. Their trials oro set for Mn. G. A. I'kyton has moved his famLost. Drown fur mud', between Crab ' ily into tho old Gaines Craig property on Orchard antnM. A cold wind blew from the Tuesday, at 1 o'clock. Is to sell goods at the very lowest possible prices e and first on Stanford Norrii and the sun wns tho greater time IIitetouvilloMreet. pike. Leave nt Dr. A. S. Price's StanMATniMONIALMATTERS. And this is why our store is crowded every day and our trade has obscured by clouds, which occasionally Mits. I)n. W. U. O'Hanno.v nnd Mrs. T. ford oflico nnd receive reward. L. blieltou have returned from n visit to so rapidly. burst into rain, and once into Bnow and A divorced woman residing near We sell the best made, the best fitting, the best Ml To Henry Drown, colored, please send hall. It was bad on tho girls who had Chicago recently acted as bridesmaid at grade friends at KiiiKavllle. Mn. II. I) Camimibli. und wife, of Cin- In your full address to: K. Kneel. Kto.. Spring dresses and Easter hats, but thuv the second wtddiug of her former hus cinnati, have been the Ktiests of Mr. nnd i!,017 Lytel street, between 10 nnd 'Jl, were far from being in tho majority and band. Louisville, for important mutters, Mib. James Fleming, of Zanesville, consequently tho disappointment Mrs. J. F. Cummins. was not general by any means. O., haa been granted dtvorco from her UevMS. IS. Maiiony went to Ioulftvillo Wk want 100,000 Hs. of wool for which husband, who she claimed had not kiss- Ever offered in this city for the yeaterdny to ceo his old triends nt tho money. We sell the most stylish we guarnnteo tho highest market price. Mn. Hklm preached at tho Methodist ed her dutiug 15 yeara of their marriage. Theological Seminary, Capes, the newest things in Dress Goods and Trimmings. 10,000 lhs. feathers, 100.000 dozen eggs, church Sunday on "Sanctiflcation or The pretA couple of lovers at St. Louie, too Mies AN.viKSiiioLOHnd Mr. K. V 10,000 Hy. hams and sides, nil at tho Why I left tho Presbyterian church." poor to marry, took unusual precautions tiest and best Shoes in ladies' and gents' black and tan, both in high of Danville, spent Mister with Mr. highest market price. Hughes A Tnte. Wo do not know what reason ho gave, and low cut, in Krippendorf, Dittman & Co.'s best Perfection goods. to make aure of and Mrs. J. M Sibold. but as tho Presbytery voted that ho was and cut their death. They took poison Mn. and Miia. Clayton Wkst, of Gar throats with a knife, after The J. B. and Corset, the celebrated Peerless Tiikhic was a heavy frost yesterday, preaching heresy, it looks very much which Hosiery, the largest the man shot tho woman and rard, spent Sunday with her parents, I)', but our authority on such matters, Squiro stock of Embroideries and Laces in Oriental Torchon and Silks, ever like a case of couldn't help himself. 1). Iw1h. then himself. nnd Mrs. T. Murphy, says that no damage of conse- "Wasjyour wife resigned, to death," was You must not do yourself the injustice not to examine our Madame Rumor Bays that a young offered. Mk. Matt Coiikn nnd bride, of Rich- quence wna done tho fruit buda. Tho asked of an Irishman, "Oh yez" said he man who has recently gone into businees stock. mond, were here Sunday tho guests of signal service says there will bo increaa-in- g "begorrah alio had to bo." Tho Presbyhere will in a few days probably toMr. and Mrs. Will Morelnnd. cloudiness and showers, with warmer terians aro very we will trade for your wool, your Bacon, your Eggs, your strict in their standards unto himself a wife in tho Corn, J T. McItonBiiTS nnd A. M. weather Tuesday. your wheat, your Feathers or anything you have to sell; we and do not permit its preachers to go out- morrowtake person of a handsome Boyle county lody aro directors in tho Walla-WalWiixn Anderson county's only prison- side of them without being called down. who is visiting her sister, not a hundred are here for business and as it is looking up all over the country, we Gum Company just organized nt Mid er wns taken to tho penitentiary, the miles from town. know it will come to us. dlesboro. Change ok Road Mabtkiis. On acjailer threw open tho doora of the Matt Cohen, tho well known horse Miiii. 0. W. Kkxmkr and Mrs. T. II. prison and gave It a good airing out. Wo count of hia health, Mr. F. M. Ansley, man of Richmond, nnd Miss Pattie Wa Saunders nre spending n few weeks at fear tho millennium will dawu before who llnda that this climate is against gera, tho pretty Crab Orchard Springs for the benefit of dnughter of the Lincoln county jail ia minus prison- him, haa tendered hia resignation as road Jailer Jolm Wagers, of Madiaon, eloped their health. master of the First Division of tho L. it to ers, unless they break out of it. Jeffersonvillo and wero married. Mibskh Anna IIkiu nnd Kate Cook N., to tako effect April 20. Tho company There wns no objection to the marriage have returned from the Normal School Circuit court began at Danville yes- expressed regrets and oll'ered to transfer but the conple chose to elopo for tLo at Howling Green, having completed terday, with Judgo Ssutloy and Com- Mr. Ansloy to any division of the road, novelty of it. their course. monwealth's Attorney J. S. Owsley, Jr., but preferring Florida and having been Fred Weimer, a Woodford county II. HnuiiiT Fxrrim. epont Sunday with present There aro three murder cases tendered tho position Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. of master of road farmer, went to Louisville Ho has been transfer- on the docket, Dlackerty for killing a to sell his to his mother here. way of the Plant system, with full charge bacco and while thero got gloriously red from Acton's distillery in Pulaski to negro, Marshal Kills for killing Cage of everything in the road department, drunk. Then his mania to marry came John G. Koll'a near Kub.inks. Howeoy nnd Hamuur for killing Moore. ho thankfully declined tho oiler. Ho upon him and he oilored $50 to any 9 Mn. V. K. Shi'haiis, of Lancaster, man Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. Tiikrk is great complaint that cars of will bo located nt Ocola. His friends who would procure him n wife. A pretfamiliarly known ns "Derby," paused regret to have him lenvo and tho compa- ty Gorman girl was secured by n couple through ngnin Sunday on his way to visit coal leftnt Rowland over night nro rob- ny loses ono of the best men in Its bed largely of their contents, but wo of her lovers, who could not agree as to his best girl in the West Km). Ho has this division in tho finest which of them should havo her, and af- Miss Machiik Owsley and J. S. Welle wont hear anything more of it. Master of Trains D. N. Roller has nppo'inted Mr. BliBpo, and the care roll over tho track tar pocKoung tlie JoO, the quartet went K Mies Fannie ShankR nnd Clarence And must sell the goods. Give us a call. almost without a jo6t!e. Mr. Ansloy will over to Jeflersonville, where a marriage Tate, MImj Annie Green nnd Will F.mbry Will T. S.uinderd night watchman thero be succeeded by Mr. W. E. Smith, now knot was tied in the peculiar etyle of the enjoyed nn Faster sermon at Harrods-bur- nnd he began work Usl night. supervisor undor him, and will havo his Bipiiresinthnt Gretna Sundny nnd arrive to Shnkortown Green. Whou the Old TiiKET.-Cn- pt. P. O. Rennker otlice at Lebanon. Ho knows tho groom realized next dy what ho had und iligli Bridge in the altertinon. took up a ticket last week dated Aug. 10, from tho bottom, having begun dono and remomberod thnt ho already 1SS0. It was n plain card with tho work for Mr. Ansley, as a CITY AND VWINITY. water hoy, had threo moro wives than tho law al"Louisville it Nashville A Great South- when ho was 12 years of ngo. lows, ho very sensibly put a bull dog pisLouva, the Pauper, April 10th. ern R It." on it nnd tho man who had it I Will furnish anV Of the follnwinrr tn.irln'noc if nS.r. Salmagundi Party. One of tho most tol ngainft hia head ami blew out what said ho had buighl it when a hoy. It i i-. , hi. JUk.v.o uuiiicu uirio w ''Tuack chains at l5j a piir. W ( delightful events that tho young people brains he lmd,( leading four widoAti to .mu yivc me interior journal, one year free was good fur passage until used from with each order. Weareu nnd Co. have enjoyed in many a day was tho mourn his untimely oud Boston to I'hanon Junction. The New Home, style two, S23. The New Home, style three, $ 1" Salmagundi pnrty given by Misses Jenn, J' Handsome lino of dinner sots just reMillions of nnglo worms fell during The New Home, style five, S2S. Tiik etnmtning trial of Hnyden Maggie nnd Eva Buchanan, nt their a heavy atorm nt Alliance, Ohio, renderceived at Fnrris k Hardin's. iimacieDy tnc iNcw Home Sewme Machine Co. arc warranted Shanks, Reuben Delany and Robert Har- pleasant homo in Crab Orchard to n dozing tho aidewalks so slippery tiiat it for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, IJuy Lnndroth'H garden seed; now bulk nett, charged with banding nnd confedwhich I will en couples of their special Stnnford was impisaiblo to walk upon them. sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines cheaper than papers. W. D. McHob-crt- erating together to commit nn nssnult on frionda Thursday night last. After a are Tho numbor of women who atteud offered: Thomas Ijisley, was called Saturday, but pleasant drive, tho weather being fine, Col. Breekinridgo'a lecture increases nt owing to tho condition of Mr. Darnett, For a hot or cold bnth, n clean, easy whom Ijisley Btruck with n rock, ho wna tho gueala were cordially welcomed by every point. Twenty heard him at Lhickenng, Ilazclton, Hush & Mason & Hamlin, tho charming little hoateBhes and in due ehnve or a stylish hair cut, go to Wilkin unatilo to appear and it was continued Beasou seated nt tables. Starting with Frankfort. Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, son a. till this morning at i) o'clock. Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince cards, in which, however, nil did not inKimball, NEW ADYKIlTWKMENTy. Do you rido a wheel ? Duy a pair of & Son. R. Zimmek hns Bold his restnurnnt ami dulge, thero was progression to a table And Others. bicyclo shoes and a hh enter from SeverSold on Easy Payments, Special Attention to Mall Orders. stock of fancy groceries to Mr. E. af which the names of flowers wore to bo . ... .ir.i. .imMnnA..i.n . . II: ance it Son. . . i iin'3ni n ihh.i inn- Mn gueesod in a minute from words that'did WANTED,ALLTHE WOOL ., anus ami 1.7. ev worKmin II. Foley, of Danville, who has taken .!.."- V' laciury ".UD "'.""V"UV compeieiu work warranted. ... i n.V learning nia trade. All Sewing Machines repaired and warranted Don't misa it, Mr. Zimmor will likely go to notnpparently spoil anything. Thon came In Lincoln county. Money nnd lacka ready Price Address, I ak is P. II. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Louvn, tho Pauper, Cincinnati and engage in business. Dy a list of quotations with the names of tho 110 object. Allyou icll a chnncn at it. Vnu will lose money ii br lore seeing me or one of authors to bo supplied, nnd then tho Walton's Opera House, April 10. myugenu. uau on .. u MnRleton, urnerivjlle: honest dealing nnd gentlemanly deportwere required from a number of John Kiln, Iluitonville; King & Prultt, More- ment Mr. Z. has matin both money and losian Kunop at hl homo; Wm McKin The Advocuto Bays that W. W. Wiseconundrums. Another table had thread land; .Ml saicm, J. .M Durham, Middleburg, or ncy, frionda hero and hia depa-turas well as ! myself at Mc Kinney. man hns bought the residence of tho late K M.WARE. that of his.'excollont family, will be gen- and needles and the players tried to Bee 13 . J, W. Proctor at Danvlllo for:50.500 cash. erally regretted. how quickly thoy could thread 10, tyMr. Charles Rentier, ing a knot between each, and on tho last 1 1' you want good, Btrong, homo-mad- e Mr. Zimtner'a brother-in-lnw- , will ware bowls, potatoes and very small Ladies' and Children's Light Colored and Black Slippers in with Mr. Foley. A RBii harness, tho plnce to go is M. S. & J. W. spoons, the object being to put the potaDaughman'e. They will sell you tho beet Rblioion hoajcertainly made a won- toes into the bowla with them, a dillicult CORDIALLY : at tho loweet prices. derful change in the man who used to and amusing task. Prizes were given to To call and examine my Spring .Millinery, which 0 I am opening up. (hat d popinjay" is tho name fight at tho drop of a hat. Rev. L. M, the onea accomplishing tho greatest num- iclectcd and that it ispride mytclf pleate. it is well, bound to Haing applied to the editor of tho Richmond Lasley says wejdid him nn injustico in ber of feats, nnd Dr. A. S. Price won the bought lor cash and being determined to tell for cash, can toll nt the lowest possible prices. An Pantngraph by IiIb esteemed contempor- publishing that he lay on hia arms nwnlt- - first, a nico pack of cards and caeo. examination will convince ou. 6 MKS A. A. McKINXEV. ingan attack nt his house from tho Row- Misa Nanuio Daughman got tho first laary of tho Register. land crowd. Thero, was a time, ho avers, dy's prize, a beautiful cup and eaucer, With Heel or Spring Heel. ?2,000b worth of goods consisting of that ho would have dono I bo and taken whilo Mies Eesio Burch received tho la ahoes, clothing, dry goods, notions, Ac, ploaauru in liillingj'.the Httackorj full of dny'a booby, a piece of dough, and Mr. My Millinery Stock is full and complete, Call to close at cost. Como land buy them holes, but praiaetheLord ho haa gotten P. M. McRoborts tho gentleman's, a box and examine and you will be aure to buy a new nt 0. D. Powell's, lit. boyond whilo they aro cheap that by the Baving grace of God. of corn salve. Tho awards, especially Spring Hat. MISS LICCIE I1EAZLEV, Ho would not now raise oven a atick tho latter, cauaed great merriment, in Stanford, Ky I will sell my hoiuehold furniture at againat them. 'Do you mean to say Mr. which tho victim joined yery heaitily. Wednesday, 17th, ut2 v. m. All auctiou Laaley, that you.jwould not fight now, Aftorwarda ices, cake and other refresh SPUING AN'D SUMMKR. A(3TfiSfr nil persona indebted to me will please pay oven if it weroforced upon you?" "I ment?, elegantly prepared, were diactiBB- - Something to Beautify the Ladies. nt once, na I urn going to leave in a few J. would not. With tho help of tho Lord, od wttu aviuiiy. liveryuouy waa sorry & nssWfc r? tiny a. K. Zi minor. T v 'T i leei mm l cotuu permit a man oven to when tho hour of leaving arrived and '3VSK3 ' Dally opontntng New Hats, flowers and laces We assurance to Mu. Al. Duhns has bought an interest strike mo without resenting it, turn tho sincere expressions of gratitude to tho find give theestablishment thu trade that they will the wtme exclusiveness in our In style nf patterns, hat and bonuetd and all thu W. B. Wright's saloon nnd hotol other cheok as it were, when smoto on winsome entertainers were feelingly in Mr. Is Eecoiving Hi3 leading novelties in Millinery for which we are The young lndieanro thorough- known throughout the country. at Ilustonville, nnd to tho regret of hia the ono." Thoeojwho have aught against I a for the $& numerous friends hna left Stnnford. Mr. Mr. Lasley may take tho preaent occas- ly versed iu tho knowledgo of how to son.hate secured you lor past trimmer we respect: : Thanking : favors, ion to do him up, but wo hopo they will make their guasts happy nnd us iiBtial, fully solicit your patronaf e heretofore so liberally King Huston is hnndliug P. W. Green's M I) DUKUHt.YRbest wed. not consider this aa a sut?cefitIon in ln an ( they gavo gratifying evideuco of it. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call, horses in Mr. Burns' stead. KAlb UOUOKRAR. Manager. a'aii-Vtar InteriorJournal Vv to date In Lonva, glasfl-vuro the Pauper. d 23d-Afte- r n, m 3 YOU LEASED YET m d court-hous- e llret-clas- m Vin-cenne- s, SEVERANCE & SON. &m kill-in- g, k'. m Btoro-root- n y. m m m :ll m m Old Fashion (Hay ! to-da- y toll-gat- m Clotlxing Jl ' II d, 4 r 1 Kin-nnir- d w t 'i la HUGHES & TATE. Furniture, Undertaking, I Don' tFailto See Our Window Shades. m .41 eer-vic- e. We Beat In Low Prices WITHERS & HOOKER. u-- if bnai-nea- s READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. .,T I ri 4 s. PIA3STOS: ORGANS: 1 A ?-.- ... ..,, ,,,, ,."' " . 1 nn-swe- rs 1 o, m in THE '.LADIES 1 SLIPPERS INVITED "Pin-hbadb- 1 Needle, Opera, Common Sense Toes, H. J. McROBERTS: - TO THE LADIES m MAM?m,s "& 1W&7&&HH&fl,k i aaA' ri ' vIIa-- 31WW&- d. titst-cla- is SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. - .,! . - . tja VHit(!ja4fl -- ,. J s " '"OF fflfWi jiiiwiwpiiyu ly ' l"i Semi-Week- Interior Jqurna AT WAS READY TO SERVE. THE MODEL A woman HOSTESS. Aro robliihod Evory Tueaday find Fridar 3 PKB YJCA.lt IX ADVANCE rS-Vhen not aopaid 32.60 will be charKed.-- T K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves R v!and at 7 : a. m , returning at 5 o T rn. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11, . Train come North.. " South ...., 11 37 P ra t 33 p tu i 3 33 n ra it pm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train pasa Junction Citjr si followa: No s North Nj 1 South t .. " j y 3 1315am " ujDpm "' 8 opm a " 6 10 " " t Do not Stop. am ...oooajn ...3.1s ...tropin For tho second time within two weclcs a lndy has appeared at tho criminal court building' at Chicago in nnswer to a jury summons. Mrs. II. K. Soden, C200 Kimlmrlc avenue, is the latest one-trveoivo such distinction. She is younjr and pretty, and was summoned to Judrre llurke's branch tho nthnr ran. ing. A caso of mayhem was on trial tnere, ana when Mrs. Sodcn presented herself sho was aecompanied by her husband. Tlicv stentcd to tho iuilirn' rutlliifj together. "ero you summoned on this jury?'1 sho was asked by tho judge. "Yes, sir." "It was n mistake, was it not?' "I 'prcsumo ," Mrs. Soden replied, with n blush and n smile. "Aro you a voter?" "I voted at tho last election." "Aro VOU wlllinr In Miuli'rrrn fbn hardships imposed upon a juror?" -- xcs, sir; and when 1 came hero I was fully determined to perform any Mm. Soilcn XYnn .Summoned n a Hut tho Court Kxciinnt Her. Juror, Her Two Ksacntlal Itcqulsltoa isnil Catniuraft. Tact Si&sofafely Pure "vgjggKjp Am A cream strength. of tarter baking pow-a- r. Highest of all in leavening I'lTrMntwi f. w Latest United States Government Food Report. jfcOx'AL BAKING POWDER00., loe Wall Street, New York. may jwssess wcaltn untold, Bho may havo the kindest of hearts and IT I nn Q I will take all the hides I can Ret Stanford, niLEiO. for caih or In tiadolor leather on tho brightest of minds, but unless she court days at Stanford or at my home In Otteu helm. Lhas. Ennsliu. has absolute control of her feelings Truth. Ky. there will bo sometime in her career as OiTice on Main Street, Opposite an i:.vri:it ki'Isodk. the hostess that sho will display annoyance or flurry, and tho contagion spreading fcTBEBASTIN HOUSE, to her guests will cause nu otherwise successful entertainment to dio out in Crab Orchard, Ky. undisguised failure. Meet all Trains nluht and day t'alrons 'aken to Highest price paid. Send for pilce current any patt of town r'tee of Charge A model hostess must, to all appear The A K. Ilnrkhardt Co., Kiporturs and Manu, s? ew:v ' "ri7. fcy fitctunri, Cincinnati, Ohio. ances, be made of stone, so far as disaGood I.lrety Attached. Faro of Hotel $100 per &u! greeable happenings nro concerned. day. II. I1AST1N, l'rop. A. .O.'-TVet Vpph great HATCH1NO. S. Kggt from the Even though a guest or careless waiter El M. S. lUibitsUU. V. '& laying ' I3 v J. W. IIak.hmaS LUvJO for 15winter Adilrets h. Drawn '.F 51F S. It. Uruoks, &t $1 Kggs. Inadvertently breaks a bit of china Crab Orchard, Ky. which can never be replnced, sho must SHLvTsmilo on as though tho loss of the entire .vA,-esot would but emphusizo tho pleasure MAPLE SYRUP. Z&fl'ROrRIKTORS , Ky. to C. L. Carter, of tho evening. Her well-bre94 calm inspires her guests with a feeling of LIVERY, FEED & SALE confidence, and though in her heart ---'. STAHLE, sho may be very dubious about ccrtuiu important details of her dinner or Duckling Dill your ma do that? .........Dealers n. ,..... Stanford, - - Kentucky. dance, if she does not show her anxiety Chick No, I guess not. She docs do everything will pass off to a happy con- n little scratching now and then, but II you nerd livery give us a call. Nothing but clusion. turnouts will leave our stable. See us she never did anything in ferrates. In our A flurried hostess or nervous host, .Judge. whoso countenances but illy conceal Stanford, Ky. HARNESS SHOP A llrlplr.. Victim. tho worry they feel, can do more toYou will And a Kood assortment of Harness, ward making the guests uncomfortable In a new spring suit of clothing I had hoped I Saddles, Ac Havo your repairing dune by might appear. our man, he understands his business, Wc have a than if tho soup were served stone cold For I needed nnd hd set my heart upon It; mechanic tu our and the salad dressing were ruined by Hut I'll hno to nc.tr the name tluda I've been r.JW. CHEKN. Proprietor. a too bountiful quautity of hugur. wearing till tho year. BLACKSMITH SHOP. For my dear wife's going to buy an Easter Will guarantee flrst'Class work and satisfactory An imperturbable calm nnd a ready Stanford, : : : Kentucky. bonnet. tact are the two important factors in prices. Tiy our hoisc shoer. Truth. the making of model hostess. Secure I am still running this Hotel and these by hook or crook nnd you need An Improvement. GKO. II. COOi'KK. will continue to giv my guests the politest s JAMES 11 VEAOKR. never fear for the success of any of Rev. Mr. Drowsle Did you enjoy my well as the best the market aUurds, your entertainments. Philadelphia Easter sermon? & Special Attention to tho TravelTimes. Mrs. Haprack Very much. 1 thought ing Public. you read it so much better than you HANDY SEWING DASKET. ..l'roittetors of.. . ...... did last year. Truth. I'ost-Olfi- nrtptitrd. Clara Mr. Elddleback has just been trying to persuade 1110 that I nm n perfect Easter bello. Maude Don't you bollovo it? Clara No. I told him I had no ring. - I 0c Millnlgevllle and Stanford T JUWO J. , I pllo a pocket book containing val uatilo notes ami receipt. Plrsso return to I itc-tlJournal cllicejir to It. W. Lawless, Teatcrs-villCarranl county, Ky. nQmi or DR. W. B. FENlEnr, Dentist, e, RAW FURS. ...VJtN ly&flre 1 J ii-o- hi r ri Ltfls a'W js& Leg-hum- s, d r.& M.S.&J.W.Baughman, lltdgt-ville- rdTorte ' ,i-- V J. B. HIGGINS, black-and-whit- first-cla- ss e. All Kinds of Coal, llrl-dle- s, Tho Myers House, n 11 alien-tia- Yeager Cooper, Kriftlly and Quickly Mmlo t Iloinn ut Small Hxiirtisr. HAD NOT A DAY TO SIAUK. -$6 .- Livery nnd I'ccd Stable, SrANKOKD.'.KV. MIlS. SODEN A1TEAK9 UKl'OllK nUUKE. JU1X1K duties required of a person privileged to have a voice in an election and vote." Tho he would - Kcsatuclcy. have to court answered that so regretSSauford, excuse her, and did fully. He expressed the hope, howO T'e on I.iocaiter Street, oppoiite the Court ever, that the time would come when F'ijc Collections receive especial attention 8S women would serve, and thus clevnto jury service, if such were possible. Attorney at Law, . PRICE, AROUND THE KITCHEN. Vll to Itemrniber Dentist, That a small vegetable knife with a sharp point Is a huudy kind to have to Stanford, Ky. pare fruits and vegetables with. McRoberts' Drugstore in the Owsley OfiUe over Building. That apples are dusty even before the' are picked from the trees. They accumulate dust from being handled, B. from traveling, and various other ways. Attorney at Law, That ono of the best ways of pre- - Kentucky. paring apples for any purpose is to cut 3tonlord, them in quarters before paring, as tho and Asslgn- - core is more easily taken out, and deWill ae: at Executor.lAdmlnistrator ce cayed places cut out. Knon.il Attention Ifflvenl to Settlements of El That snap beans are much nicer cut ates, at Attorney and Sale and Divlilon of fine with a knife than when snapped in nfanps' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt.JW. F. McCla two or threo pieces as some prepare 9 ry ..ulCC them. They need a generous piece of Surgeon According- to "Good Ilnn.vkeeplnc;," It I 'Wallace Vamon, In the bottom of a light, round willow basket 1:1 inches in diameter by three inches deep, is fitted a circle of m. x. g pasteboard smoothly covered with nrTTTT-rrr- a silk over a thin layer of wadding. This is all the lining required. Around the upper part of the basket inside, Mine spools, n pincushion nnd a shirred pocket for thimbles are fastened all in n row. The nine spools (Xo. 20, SO, 50. 11 sewing silk and shoe thread, black; No. 20, 40, CO and basting cotton, white; tire each strung on a piece of ribbon half an inch wido by at least 14 inches long. Each ribbon end Is brought through to the outside of the basket just below the brim. The dainty pincushion, two inches square, and tho Mrs. IJiddy Uarnynrd Ah, children, thimble pocket of the same material, liave ribbon ties tacked with tiny Imjws what a narrow escape you have limit is Easter, nnd if you had to their upper corners. These arc aL-passed through to the outside where by been much later you might littve been tying the 11 pairs of ribbon ents into boiled for Easter eggs! Golden Days. 1 THE F. RILEY U. HOUSE Kontucky. lin-iu- WMV: rr Having bought of P W. Green his I.lvcrr business and added new buggies and Iiursrs, wc are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLASS niLEY, Proprietor, London. in - - - TURNOUTS fejfl''& y HI The trawling public will find us always ready and willing to turuith brum-mor- s' Wagoos, cith.r single or double, or Carri age of ad kinds at vey LOW PRICKS. The toys In and around town will also find us the peo pic to deal with. Stop with us when ill towlial courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for VKAOKK ft COOI'KK Myers House Stable, sianlord, Ky. S7 On short notice I have rneved to my new Houland an beitar lhan ever to accommodate the public. ood I.lvcryaliachtsl and every convenience da ur.d. Give me a call. TRANK K1L1V, Carriago Paintor. Call and eiamlne iny work before having vour shop will your first, class workmanship itj.l ftir inxlmetiiof all, Shop m Mrrsheu & Greer's iliouon Soiacnct street. A II. KINLKV. Sisnfrd,Ky. jm carruge rtp.fntml D. S. CARPENTER, &c. f am located in ihe only In tnwn In which fine work can be done and 1 be here permanently solicit a share ol pstreoage which t will endeavor 10 in.nt by HustonvJIIo, Ky., Good White Sted Oats for sale. w w. a. jon us. J T JONKS, Mf.a, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies Furnituro and Stoves. Two Vinlont. 'I've it dream of nn Ranter hat," she axil While her husband unt pale and still; "Oh, then." he nald. and hung his head, "I've a nightmare of abllL" Chlcivgo Cenuine Oliver Chilled flows. Step In and see a nice line of Kocklog Chairs and Furniture. Stoves choaper lhan ever beltre. Livery Stable and lllacksmlth Shop for rent 701TE3 BEOS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Dean's Hlack Diamond Koo Paint. Ksllnaic furnlsned for painting Wool. auu nun it.jit. raiisisciion uuaranieeu. All rools painted w 1th Dean's Hlack. Uumond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers lu best els- icrn rumps anu waivanur iron fillers. proprietors Sol Ficord Us. Stanford, Ky. - .rii W. S. John D. Castleman. A. G. Lsnbsra butter when cooked. No VtYildlng. This Easter brings mo no rontons, The roason's plain to see: She garo up many things la Lent, Among them being mo. Jjdjje. m Ally, at Law Uurch. R. .MNcuf,j" Deputy Sheriff easiest things to make, and one of tho easiest to spoil in baking, if left to its own devices. It tnubt bo made of fresh materials, and bakes better in a shallow dish than in a deep one. That fruits for th table, npples pears, plums, oranges and peaches, LIVERPOOL. OF should be wiped with a clean cloth, grapes looked over and washed lightly, are often BAKBEE &0ASTLEMA1S red spiders grapes, found on peaches, spiders on MANAGERS, TnAT all green vegetables aa a gensoon Commerce Building, Louisville eral rule should bo cooked as true n of gathered. Especially is this Agants throughout the South peas and corn. The former lose their bwectness very soon, and should bo put v?. A. TBIBBLE, Local Affeat, into rapidly boiling water, (salted), boiled uncovered, if you wish tho green STANFORD, KY. color to remain; a teaspoonful of sugar to a quart of peas flavors them nicely, t"ti?0 a generous piece of butter udded when ROYAL That a baked custard is one of tho Hlgbeo About thirty doliat. for nvj' wife's bonnet, Brooklyn Life. Thongh Easter Is the time, they When woman Is In clover. It la to her a sorry d.iy Whose bounut U made over An thing during Lent? Ill Amiuitl Sacrifice. Wyld Are you golrg to give Buroh. Stanford, I tp any- dc ITowland, Conoral Collectors, o., Kentucky, 1 insurance Company The HHjrtit of ItninlllatUn. as. rM f fc if-It i.i - i. Vl UrtLir. - We otTer our services to ihe public to do a gen, era! Collecting Uusiacs. Accounts, notes, clc. collected in all parts ol Ihe county. 1 6m s r ........or n J Im ..m.. J. : T. : STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. . Kn.tiT IJonnrl. neat bows tho trimming of the basket poem. is completed. Edltur All the uorc ro.iwi I "Aranged In this way the threads can- decline topnv for It Hrv,''irn not become tangled, an empty 6pool is easily replaced and there is plenty of room left for all the other necessary furnishings of our handy sewing basket. American Agriculturist. SOME NOVEu NAPEHY. nonquota Wiitcli Arn Spread Upon is Veritable C.ulli .f on!.!. An effectlvo lunch cloth seen recently was of tho thickest, smoothest, finest damask of a pure gold color. It was dappled with a leafy design, also in tho gold, tho pattern being perceived only by tho Wearing of the fabric. No other color was permitted upon the table, tho service being of dead white porcelain, while the flowers were lilies of the valley. The whole eifect was a table covered with priceless samite that Tennyson talks so much about on a sheet from the Field of the Cloth of Gold. Unless a hostess can indulge in such rare magnificence, however, a plain white luncheon cloth is always in tho best taste. Just now it is the fad to havo tlic.se hemstitched nnd borthough not dered with drawn-wortoo elaborately, as anything pronounced, unless- it be of the most elegant description, is out of plaee upon tho table. A fairly good quality of damask, 2H yards long and witli a neat bonier, may be purlittle drawn-worchased for 522 25. Tor thoso who prefer colored luncheon cloths there aro extremely attractive ones in dull blue, old rose and jellow, and these have cheapness as well as durability to recommend them, for they cost but 512 or 13 In tho two and u half and throe yard lengths. Tho latest and most popular design in table linen of nil sorts is the scroll pattern. N. Y. World. k, - Mrs. Editur This hat is Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, perfect s's-- A stylish Hair TrimJorClsin Shave, go to a f ' hi OookJ Farmor'a Barbor Sho IlI.UK-dUASS Oilers his services o Ihe people of West Lincoln and Casey Counties, hull slock of CulQus and Caskets always on hand. D. ri. Carpenter, Managrt. 95 THE HKKl) OK Duroc Jersey Red Swine Dehorn R. H. Your THE liADIES. Bronaugh,!Pror, - atteutlon tc the fact that I Drnsa Malting many iiiur.tir toseive you In best fashion Journals end all stvles. I take the on what ladles should wear. aril keed posted Come , in and give me a trial. icisonablo. - !ov none but first class help. bo found at Miss Carrie Pot At present I can rte.' mldenco on Lancaster Street.D. SMITH, MISS MARY itespectlully, 1 cooked. CrabOrchard, '"""i Kentucky. desire to call your LANGUISHING A Vow Torn) of LADIES. -j -- !: iih 77-6- Amusement Just Intro- Stock, llreeders secured rom tni beat herds In several different States. '" Pigs for sale from the best types if Kegistcrd Correspondence Solicited duced In Kiiclrtinl. Stanford, K-- DOIT'T ll Let your Painting, Papering and Calcimininj; you see Helden llrothers. We furnish T.ifi.lal and guarantee lint class work, or no 101. money. Address, Stanford, Ky. un-wfirst-cla- am. Stanford, i.nce Up Stairs; Dru Store. -- l. b. coo's, Ky. First Door East of Mcltob-- 3"'m To the long list of ninuseincnts that aro sometimes permitted at tho dinner table on specially unceremonious occasions, and at the end of the repast, such as tho folding of dinner napkins into dolls and cauliflowers and other puzzlc-likforms, and the making of music out of glasses, and throwing of apple-pee- l over shoulders, etc., wo may contribute n dessert diversion wo will call Languishing Ladies. With the tip of n spoon, or point of a knife, make o New Process Vapor Stoves We are now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experience it has not had a single explosion. Wc guarantee every stove we put out, ake it to your house and show you its simplicity. where there are sis or more cattle 10 uehorn. I do the work with the Lightning IKiroer Can dehorn any cow la three seconds The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, doiuot crush nor break the horn, as ihe clipper does, It is the only humane way to dehorn Doe not puiilsh he animal like the saw, and the woiiu-- gets well aa quick again as that made by the saw Tor further iLfutmatloii, call oil O. A. I'KVTON', iianforu, Ky. See the I.ightn'ng Pruning Hook 101 I J will go to any place Cttl. TO THE CITIZE1TS Of Lincoln County. The Jicw Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, sroxrira Mes Exchange rO?l CSS k m Rkfkkunchs. J. W. Pcrrin, William Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. G. Waller, B. K. Wearen, J. W. Wal-ace- , SOME OF OUR PRICES: yellnw pine flooring at J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Harp, W. 1?. Perleclly clear poplar or aa As low hundred. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. With- !pei buhdrbai. yellow poplai $150 perboardiuj; at Perfectly clear weather It jo per hundred. As low as $ 30 per hundred. ers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. All patterns and thickness, of Ceiling QSee the best Stove on earth be pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low lowInu. yellow siinj per hundred Houble dressed lumber as nr fore buying. lundrcd. Htmutilul vellow pine finishing lumber. Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to Us material, superior workmanship and low prices. Note W. H, Wearen & Co. THE quarter oak, Ac unlets. Save money by giving us you. Lancaster - T K 73 Cw LANCASTER PLANING MILL, two incisions in an orange to represent EVERYTHING two eyes; n smaller one below them to represent the termination of a nose, and a larger ono below that to resem-bl- o a mouth. Then lay a dinner napkin (serviette) over a glass, and place tho orange in it, so as to rest on the top of tho glass. With care, and very slowly, then gently move the dinner napPop Corn Balls, Egg-Kis- s kin about to make tho orange roll, or "l--- llieriiilf T)nnnn AJIJV.M.V, Qnl- - ' loll, first ono wuy und then another, H. C ., VaKCS, UUllH.ll like a head. The motion gives the features tho most fantastic expressions. ads, ect.. etc. At ono moment there is a smile which becomes a grin, and the next on read.OPEN justment tho face resumes its serious aspect. Then with fresh movements of tho serviette come coaxing, concili-ntor- y inclinations, entreaties, despair, : pollto arguments, simpering negatives, and all borts of languishing representa, tions. When two oranges aro treated In Mr. R. Williams' store-roomin this manner, and placed to face each Opposite the St. Asaph Hotel. other, a curious little drama may bo performed in these dumb mot'ons to CaTOrders gladly received and the great entertainment of those who havo not seen the promptly filled. GoodtoEat. r-inrl- v. Every Saturday, divi-ndo- boforo.-Newca- stle (Eng.) Chronicle. Here lies one of tho great secrets of tho French woman's success in matters of dress. Sho studies her charac- reaches the principal cities of the South with n service of superbly appointed l v W teristics and peculiarities, and then through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harrinian, Chattary chooses her gowns and mantles accord$FOBA Atlanta, Macon, ingly. If n style that is in vogue will nooga, Attalln, Ilirmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, adapt itself to tho outlines of your and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot bpnngs not ,iaIl:!,,dcbiy".;..nT''ra, ,,ock of "uiMins Male 1 figure, then put it to one side and and Abbeville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vickshurg, Monroe choose instead something less nov'ol and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles anil .JF s : wvl! that will add to your charms instead of c t. r.i.I Ar T....nA .Trtvfid Mnvipn n.nl Pnlifnrni.T. Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has detracting from them. If a color that via New Orleans or via Shreveport. fyfty ever been offered here. would call specixl is tho rage does not buit your complexto ion, or the color of your hair or eyes, I'rcc Parlor i&& discard it in favor of a shado less new with everv accommodation to patrons. wr "wr SLAT that will enhnncc your good points in- pnrc t nvJm.MH tn JtirMti nnti. Cnfe. Parlor and Obscrva- - "u'JejS?"--! Mailed Oak Pickets, the cheap?t and best fenco l.ri?ifli stead of clashing with your natural col- tion Cars between Cincrnnati, Lexington and in the market oring. If the latest btyle of dressing Cliattauoog;u IRON AND STEEL ROOFING tho hair does not harmonize with the IV. O. IUncaruon, outline of your head don't havo any- 'Dlv. Chnu.'W.Zoll, O.J'.A.1CincfMa, 0. Mill work at City Prices. Pau'r Agt., Cincinnati- - 0, thing to do with it. Tim French Wiiiirin'H Way. Queen &Crescent ROUTE ff'xjbi A. C. Sine, Successor to i Si-- ri FOB, CASH OITXir, 1 1 r WIRE and FENCE -- 'fcrl a&r:&. ?P g guVrgaiftsyj stsfcW-a-i'MilM- s yfem . m mmmmmmmmmmmmmum ett !tyr--T"tic,'t7jswiTw- . .. 1: i -I- j... ,1-. fft- - i".'g?j' i& .dm &tfc tmum,