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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895042301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,r tt- s ) Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. A Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.J TUESDAY, APRIL 23. 1895. CHURCH AFFAIRS. wor-ahi- A . ., f v f ' NO. 16 Business Girl. r. Tho Greeks havo, two places of p Nelson has won ovor $20,000 in ' Jonea & Mahan bought two car in N'ew York city, where tho stakes ami purses. loads of very nico looking mountain cat-- , "Very well, Vloln; coma along. Now, la carried on in tho Greek tongue. A. J, Coleman will drive Katar Mc- tlo from Williamsburg Wednesday. then, wlmt Is it?" ThoOwpnton News says that Roy. ' Gregor, trial 2:10, this year. Some young ladies are fortunate to "Father, you arc aware that Henry Harvey, of tho Methodist church, held j John Cash bought In tho Waynes-bur- g llltVO tWO beaUX. Whll nrllArn l.avn nnnn NooJ u n Iir inner has been paying mo bis a revival there, which resulted In 25 adsection a few calves at $15. With as many girls as we have, there is attentions for tho Inst year?" ditions. Cattle have reached 0 cents in Cin- no occasion for this. Wo can afiord one like kicking him. "Yes, and I've fult Kv. Cleveland, tlio President's cinnati and aro still looking up. lady for each gallant gontlomen. The idea of a Noodnnhntumer dart tic to preacher brother, has been sustained by W. A. Trlbblo bought of J. T. HookCrab Orchard is still improving. We aspire, to the hand of a Grafton!" tho St. Lawrence Pruabvtory, and thus er for a Lexington party a horso for fl00. are now going to havo a tobacco factory. "fie has Hsked mo to ho his wife." wins his his fight against his Ft wo thousand horses have been Have understood there is a stock compaThe scoundrel I Why I'll maul tho sold In Oregon forslaughtor, tho meat to ny formed and there is talk of It being tar out of him." Iter. A. B. Earle, the evangelist, incorporated at an early day. Lumber "And I havo almost promised," she who died in Boston the other day, is be used for food. It. D. A E. L. Logan, of Boyle, for tho building is now on the ground. placidly contlnuod. said to havo brought about 100,000 conMr. Will Moore came all the way "Whatwhat! My daughter marry a versions during the 00 yearn ol his evan- bought of West End parties a lot of heavy cattle at 4.80. from Knoxville to attend the sanctified-meetinNoodenbammer working for $15 a week? gelistic work. J. B. Logan sold GOO bushels of mil-l- ot at Preachersville. Ho claims to Never! Goto your room whilo I seek The Ksv. L. Hall, pastor of the First sued to Lexington partieB at 03 centp. bavo received showers of blessing. "Numthis bBO ad von" Baptist church of Wichita, Kan., being Jessamine Journal. bers of Crab Orchard people have been "Father, I want to talk straight bus!, nnable to got his pay, has uttached tho Andy Welch bus sold the great rac- attending, soma through curiosity; othncas with you," aho Interrupted. "As communion set, Bible, hymn books and ing gelding, Cobweb, to Nathan Straus's, ers for spiritual benefits. you are aware, this Is tho Slate of Mas furniture of the churcU, of Now York for $2,000. , " Prof. C. O. Cllne, of Cincinnati, leceachusetta Thero will bu threo Presbyterian F. M. Yowell, of tho Weat End, has tured our nlghta in Crab Orchard, be"Yes." General AHsemblies.held in Pittsburg in "Have you aeon tha vital statistics of May at the same timo the Presbyteri- rented out a good portion of his farm to ginning last Wednesday night. His subject was Romanism. On Sunday he tbo State (or tho last year?" an, tho United Presbyterian and tho tobacco raisers at J20 per aero. The Woodford Sun reports a man preached quite an interesting!sermon on "No, of course not. Tiio Idea of that Cumberland Presbyterian. Hen Noodenbammer skulking around Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary who raised 7S.150 pounds of tobacco Sanctification as he understands its meaning. He handles hie subjects well hero after Society of tho Methodist Episcopal from 38 acres and Bold it for $0,270. B. P. Martin, of Rowland, has an and thoroughly understands them. He "Walt! According to tho statistic, church has 1.1 hospitals and dispensaries old sow that haahad three litters loft Sunday afternoon for Brodhcad. this Stato has 87,240 more fematea than and ministers to about 50,000 womon of pigs, 25 in all, In tho last year. Mr. John Buchanan spent Sunday males. Thero aro 22t),S90 more marriage- through its modical missionaries. W. E. McAfee has placed his with his parents. Mr. John It. Brooks able girls than can find husbands, to say A letter from Rev. A. V, Slzunoro colt, Dr. Palmer, by Lord Russell, in and wife, of Harrodsburg, are spending a nothing of 182,3J1 widowa anxious for a says that his labors nt Clinton, Tenn., tho bauds of L. K. Rogers, of Danville, fow tlaya with Mr. Brooka' mother, Mrs. No. 2. Tbo number of young men in have been rowarded so far with 35 to be trained. tho State earning over $15 a week and in S.E. Brooks. Mrs. H. D. Campbell, Ions and that he will continue tho Although O. J. Hamlin's Nightin- who has been visiting her parents, Dr. tho market is only 22,107. There are meeting as long as tho Interest remains gale won very fow raceB last year aho Pettus and wife, left for Lexington Satcamped on the trail of these young men bo great A congregational minister in Enghad $9,000 to her owner's credit at tho urday. After spending a few days thero exactly 220,000 young women and 0 widows. Threo out of every fivo land, the Kev. It M. Davios, of Oldham, eud of tho serson. she will go to Ashland to reside. Mr. A colt was horn in Laurel county Henle McOluro and wlfo, of McKInney, children born are girls. Death rumoves no 80, has Just resigned his charge a pastorate of of G'J years. What a t!u other day with no sign ofOnouth or Bpont Sunday with Mra. Nancy M,cClure. two young men to every married man or long breath of relief that congregation nose and had only ono eye, which wua old bachelor." DEATH'S OOINCST in tho centre of its forehead. The old man turned pala and grasped must have drawn' Kev. G. W. Winn, a MethoJist minI will stand two jacks, floo breeders, a chair for aupbort, ami after a piuso she Mr. Willis Adams, Sr., an old and continued: ister for 55 years, and of Gen. John at my farm two miles from Stanford at highly respected citizen, died of pneu"From Juno to October, over 80,000 Morean'a favorite ecouts during tho war, $1 and $5 to insnre a colt. Ono is 14J and monia at Paint Lick. His venerable wife marriageable young women ylelt our wa- died at Nashville, aged 70 years. Hith- tho other 15 hands high. S. II. Shanks. was buried only four days before, having tering places, and it Is estimated tha1 er than surrender during Gen. Morgan's P. W. Green will likely placo his expired from the same disease. of them catch husbands, thus fur- raid into Ohio, Dr. Winn swam tho Ohio guiding, Dr. Allan, by Allandorf,.ln Al Mrs. Clara Glbbs Beazley, relict of ther reducing tho chances of a resident. river on horseback. Hutching's hands tbia season. Dr. Al- Elijah Beazley, died Thursday at her Father, take this pencil and figure on Richmond, Vn.f is tho great Baptist lan is a smooth, speedy jjoer and baa homo in Garrard. Mrs. Kittie Burnable your Viola's chances of catching another city of tho world. Thero are, including trotted miles in 2:40. and Miss Llccie Boazley, relatives, atman If she 1st Henry Xoodechammer all denominations, SS churches, and SI Georgo Dictator will etand at the low tended the burial Friday in the Lancascanter away." of these aro Baptist. Tho entlro church price of $10 this year; La Grand, saddlo ter Cemetery. "Great Scott!" he gasped, figuring forj membership of tho city is about 42,000, stallion, and a No. 1 jack at $8. ConsidMrs. Lucy Beazley Johnson, wife o a moment. " Why, your chances nro on and more than 20,000 of these or nearly ering their breeding, these animals stand Mr. H. T. Johnson, died at her home in lypno In 21,875,017!" urn Baptista. mighty low. M. S. Baughman. Cincinnati, Sunday, of pneumonia. Mrs. Hero's another man who, like the "Just I figured it out mysftlf. What Walker & Hudson Bold to Monte Johnson was a daughter of Col. and Mrs. shall I say to him this evening?" old woman'a husband, could not pray Fox, of Danvillo, two carloads of cattle J. M. Beazley, of tbia county, and was 'Say? Say? Why, tell him you'll have for rain without overdoing tho thing. at five cents. This was about the last an excellent Christian lady. Besides a him and be mighty glad of the chance, Erangeliat Moody prayed for rain at lot of cattle u the county, alljthe others husband, three children, the oldest of and don't let him draw a long breath be- Fort Worth, Texas, Sunday morning and having been sold previously. Lancaster whom is 14, are left to feel the want of a fore you add that the ceremony can take that nieht whilo 10,000 people were as Record. loving mother's care. The body was to place right after breakfast sembled In the tabernacle singing praise E. L. Davia made the following live have been brought to this place last night morning, and I'm to give yon a wedding for the prospect of rain, the storm broko stock purchases in 8helby Jconnty: 81 and to day It will be interred in the Lanpresent of $5,000 in cash." Boston Post. with nuch force that tho roof gave way sheep at $2.50 per head; car loadjof stock caster Cemetery. and over 10 wore Injured, one f ttally. hogs at $3.75 per cwt;,;50 yearling at The Confederate Association will Mrs. H.D.Gregory, nee Bailey, writes 34 cents; 1000: lambs at Of A LOCAL NATURE. shortly Issue their annual book, which that the ladies of Grayson will edit the Clipper. The county levy in Anderson is 451 will be the handsomest everfcgoUen out May number of tho Mountain EvangeAs April 20 is the average data of centa. by the orgashulioa. Arooag other fea- list, tha proceeds to go to tho three Sixty men who bought chances oc a tures it will coatala 100 handsome half- churches of that town. Mrs. Gregory the latest killing frosts in this latitude, the farmer and the gardener can now go horse to be shot off were tone electrotype of fined f 20 each Confedwill bo ono of the editors and she asks ahead with considerable confidence that in Laurel for gambling. erate who were killed in battle or have her friends here to aid a good cause by they and the weather are right. LouisThe Richmond postmaster will be aincedled, subscribing to tho number, the prlco of ville Times. permitted to serve out his Since Mr. Carroll became chairmm which is but 10 centa. Orders left at this R. D. Bruce and W. L. Withers are of the State central commltte, a demowhich does not expire till DecemoflTce will bo promptly attended to. It selling the best binder and mower fn the ber. cratic majority of about 35,000 hastabout will bo worth more lhan the price of the world. The binder is 300 pounds lighter Samuel M. Phelps, Incomo Tax Coldisappeared. That fact should;bo stated paper to see what an county than any other and oaves 150; pounds of lector, reports 257 income-ta- x in connection with Mr. Carroll's frie jjirl can do. returns in draft every time a bundle Is tied. Call 102 personal and silver deliverances. Louisville Post. Rev. J. T. Halsell, tho new pastor of and see. Of coureo it is the New Cham- the Eighth district 155 corporations. Tho woman in Eastern Kentucky tho Walnut Flat Cumberland Presbyte- pion. who yesterday gave birth to Ave chil- rian church, preached his first sormon Thomas and Abe Taylor and Green Tho farmers who are troubling about Kavanaugh havo been indicted at Richdren is very appropriately named Day. Sunday morning, and Mr. Iliggins tells tho ravages of the army worm may reho one can tell what a day may bring us, created a lino impression both as a member tho year 1855 and bo hcDoful. mond for the murder of David Doty, for forth. Owcnaboro Messongcr. man and a preacher. Ho is a young man In that year a plague of nrmy worms ri- which William Taylor was banged last January. Tho Emperor of Japan has ratifiod without a family and last preached for valled the old Mosaic legeml . and yet Tbo Louisville Southern is going to the peaco treaty with China. tho church at Martinsville, Ind. There that was a red letter crop year. Owens leave Burgin out in tho cold by putting t Caller Is your sister in, my little aro about 75 members of this church horo Inquirer. the old and thtsy have been without a paator man? A15acre farm near Millersburg, in a "Y" atruuning Harrodsburg June tion and trains through to if Mr. Sweot slncothtt death of Mr Caldwoll. His reg- Bourbon county, owned by tho late DinWilllo Junction City. camo to toll him she was sick; if Mr, ular appointment will ba morning and widdle McKee was sold Tuesday to Deputy Sheriff James McClure, as agent for Rush camo to say sho was not in, and if night of each Sd Sunday. Two men and three women, all col. In the last 10 years the regular Bap Mifa Louise Eginton, of Winchester, for ored, were arrested near Butlor Springs, Mr. Earl came to say she was cut with Mr. Sweet. Sho said she'd give me a tists have grown in tho United States $30,700 -$- 15,000 cash, balsnco in one and Ala , Saturday for murdering and cremanickel if I got it right. I dou't know from 2,507,753 to 3,037,421, and their two yeara at aix. per cent. ting Watts Murphy, nephew of Taylor Watkins, Toney Konnady & Watts. Sunday morning the posse in which you are, mister, hut you bat I'm annual contributions havo grown from The Tautum sold at Toniuvillo 350 head of charge of the prisoners was attacked by goln' to get the nlskol. ,1'jttaburg Post $0,570,872,40 to SI 1,072,001.20. mt number of our ordained ministers with- cattle to Goldsmith at 5k The cattle a mob and the five murderers wero hangThe Queen & Orescent Houto will in this timo has increased from 10,078 to are to beahipped ty and' will aver- ed. One of them confessed, implicating a lo-- rate excjrdiou to Cincinnati 27,091; tho number of Sunday-Bchoage 1,300. This is tho largest cattle sale tho others. nnd return from all stations, Danylllo to pupils has grown from 71)2,70 to 1,500,-S3- I, ever mado in this flection and at tho bigA dispatch from Lexington says that Crittenden, under thn auspices of the which is lees than half tho number gest price. Wo understand that tlio a Mrs. Berrymau, aged 70, drew a pistol Ladles' Endeavor Society, 'May 0th. of Tho value of our profits in this sale amount to something on a policeman when bo went to arrest Tickets good going, and returning only church propererty Is now 5S0,2So,031 as liko $5,000. Ellzabothtown News. nephew. The policeher on day named. Ask your ugont for par- against $20,095,039 in 18S5. This looks Doc Drye, of Iluotonville, Is getting man arrested her and on tho way to jail ticulars. Ohas. W. Hell. D. P. A., Cin- as if the Baptists aro getting rich. West up a splend'd string of horses for the she told him sho had heart trouble and cinnati, Ohio. ' orn Recorder. fairs this year. Nbjth, 2.10, Oouad b would die if placed in a cell. Her words m Rov. J. N. Hall, field editor of tho Mesais. J. K. and M. S. Baughmjn will To the Democrats ofJLIncoln County. came true and eho dropped dead as uhe Baptist Recorder, tolls of a Banctiflcation bo one of his roadsters and he ought to was being locked up. Iam a candidate to represent Lincoln count; la the next Legislature of Kentucky, subject to tie meeting that he attended which "whs be n winner. in most any ring. Ho will A piano belonging to Mra. Harvey action of the Democratic part. I sunil squarely conducted on the true, primitive, rouse-moabjo have several young ones by Naboth. Frock, of Springfield, O., was attached platform. Endorse upon the National Democrattc stylo. Tho preaching, praying, Besides a number of vouns Baddlers. ho for a debt. Mrs. Frock objected to giv Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James B. McCre-arsinging, amening, shouting and every will have William L , by Silver King and ing for U. S. Senator and In favor of Free Turntho instrument up und when the thing woro on tho regular boomer order. a Kespectfully, pikes geldiug by Wallace constable came for it ho found her perchM, I. Xokth. It was a sight to see, and a sound to Ho will also show J. B, Cook's ed on top of it. She refusedo movenud ... hear. I have serin tho like of it in ono filly, a full alstor to W. A. Ducklln'H ArnlcaJSalvo. tlio pirttio was placed in a wagon beforo The best Mho In the world for cms, bru'le?, or two negrc meotings, but I havo never Tribble'a Kato Malloy. site left her loity seat. seres, ulcers, salt rheum, ftver "ores, tetter, chapped hand, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, seen ita parallel among whlto folks, I Two of the iuo3t important laws of It positively curw pilci.or no pay repuired. It ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. my heart it was no wondnr we guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or motley said in South Carolina, the dispensary and elecrefunded, ljnceai cents per box. For sale by havo "apostates," when wo have bo litPure brown leghorn eggs for hatch- tion lawB, have been rendered void till A K. I'cony,. Stanford, Ky. tle common sense, and bo much non- ing 50 cents par sdttiug. Mrs. Hugh Mil- May2 . by an injuaction of the circuit sense in what preteuda to bo religious ler. Four Dip; Succoaaea. 2t. court. more than make It astonishes me that uensiblo meu can Having tho needed merit to -- Clarence Vaughan killed County Athavo any pBtionco with such travesties Bood all the advertising claimed for them, the A Million Frlondd. torney FostcratQreonsburg, tho result winir four reratdics havo reached a pheuomenal on the religion of Jesus Christ. " A friend In need is a Friend indeed, and not less ale. Dr King's New Piscouery. for consump made In such a meeting are but lhan one million havo found just such a friend in of an old trouble. c Hon, Coughs and Colds, each bottle llitlera, the crcat remedy for Liver Stom perverts to n form of Godliness that has Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough and Colds. If you have never used this rmc amw. iuu no power in it more than tho ach ami Kianeys. uuckieni "Will you love mo wheu I'm goue?" excitement great CoughMediclne. one trial will convince you best in the world. and Dr. Kins's hew Life Pills, of powers the occasion, and when that dies that it haa woaderf Jl curative, Lungs. fn all ills asked Mr. Linger of his Bweetheart. art) a perfect pill. All these remedies aro which bot easnsot the Throat.iChes tand guaranteed to do just what Is claimed for them away, as it always will, thoy always tl (guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or "If you'll go soon," replied tho faithherewith andth dealer whoso uamc Is attachedSold at oily and and seek relief in their be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. A wi I be (tad to tell you moro of them. ful girl, with a yawn. " 's diuj store. Large bottle socand $t. infidelity R. Penny' Drujf fetorc. fipr-vice J "Father, I would liku to nee you In tlio library on a matter o( business " FARM AND TRADE - ITEMS. CRAB ORCHARD. Wall Papep&Alabastine Wc sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Call y. j$ U Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of and - r.,1 parish-ioner- - g Wo Bo MPMOBlEBTSc. St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, w MERSHON first-class & GREER, Proprietors. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing style. done in my" 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. a. E. E1ELEY, BE SXPEBIEECED FEIETER. Give us a trial. Has charge of our Painting Department. con-fe- af 150,-00- EASTER REDUCTION 9 nf-te- r ON All Goods In Our Store. Except Glassware, which is already to Rock Bottom. 31,-141- 1 DANKS, "' JEWELER. -- M IN VIEW OF- - ono-hal- h JULY i, 1895, we offer I AT COST FOR CASH Everything in our line, such as. WAG0NS.PL0WS, 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. 4J.-Mi- dway PARRIS & HARDIN m i well-know- n four-year-ter- ra, FLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. '! Have just received a full line of M ln 1 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. Wisa-Sho- aaid W. E. PERKINS, Grab Orchard. ex-Go- v. m James Frye, HUSTONYIIXE, KY. I have an immense stock o 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. cou-du- ct to-J- ol church-membor- s. Bix-year-- mm nt y four-year-o- ld Don-mar- m A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 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 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 Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for S12.50 to $1$, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. OLOTHiira-- 1 tbreo-old-ol- d 3DRBSS OOOIDS Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I ! know 1 "Con-verti- cuarantccd-Ulcctri- n' mon-eywi- li til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have fin 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, forSi. 15 worth S3. Thc sequel Buy and sell for Cash. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower thanthe lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist un- I - J.'.TL u1- - h.r.. .X iti .XL v ."., v1- - , , (ll I'l '' 'J.1 ". ... .- ..-- f -- w- mi-Wee- InteriorJouknal r t i. 5t P O ' cai option question in a magisterial dis- namgd' McGlurg. Young Duraot has been found guiltrict affects tho towns embraced in it, of them changed bunds. A email Kr., - Apbil23, 1895 but it left unadjndicated the further ty of murdering Mlnnio William In a 3tanford. bunch of extra good eattlo brought 4 to point made by tho counsel for applicant church at San' FranciBCO. Over 00,000 peoplo bw tho opening 4 J; mountain emtio 3 to 3j; butcher stuff of liquor license that tho law under wero offerVV. P. WALTON. which tho election wa s held hero in base ball yames ThursJay. This dots 2 to 2J. No horses or mules ed publioly. Tho hortoshovv wbb ft very and void, becanae it not look liko hard times. March, 1S9I, is null The German bankers bavo agreed to tame affair, only coven or eight belug was unconstitutionally passed, like tho World's Fair bill. No matter how it is loan tho Chinese government 30,000,000 exhibited. Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool. decidod, howover, it would not affect marks nt 0 per cent, interest. Man wants but fittle here below but in the Highest mnrkot price guaranteed. The amouut of incomo tax Stanford, bocnusa its last election was wants that little long. Especially his you sell, Feo my HgrniteT. S. Eikin, under the law passed to remedy tho all- Seventh district of Kentucky is $23,3oo shirks and its getting so that they all seem Lincastur, J. tf. Moberlc, McWnney, which is paid by 101 persons. AFTKfi persistently refusing to bo inter, eged defect. , Threo lives aro reported lost and Win. RoiU, Hmtonville, Wallace Steeli-viewed, Senator Blackburn finally suctoo long for long cut coats, etc. Wc arc Col 0. Y. Wilsonmot vigorously de- many thousands of dollara' worth of Rolling Fork or mjelf atStauford. Wilaud wrote out in full and at cumbed prepared to fit you out in any style suit or hia posi- nies the report that ho has withdrawn property destroyed in an Alabama cy- liam Moreland. length for the Courier-JournAgrishirt you want ar a price that suits the from the raco for Commissioner of A circus is on t'm road, which preclone , tion on the currency question, tho tfkt he'd just as. well withdraw. with ma- sents tho novelty nf n woman piown. purse of the poorest. Threo caaes of small-poof which is in the following sentences: culture, but of the restoration of the Col. "Iron Brad Nails," as the New York ny ppoplo exposed, have deen reported "I am in favor calls our haudsomo Ion B. Nail, from High Bridgo to tho State Board of silver metal at tho ratio of 10 to 1, be- Sun seems to havo tho deaJ wood on tho Health. lieving, in the light of an experience nomination. Roach and Foreman, charged with tbnt covers a century, ouch ratio will Trouble to show our goods and fit you up the lynching of Thomas Blair, wero acand maintain permanently the NEWSY NOTES. was out only seven quitted. The jury for less money than any house in Stanford parity between the two metals. I believe Bald lowered the bicycle record to minutes. that we should take this action at the sheriff was killed and two men earliest day possible, independent of tho 2:04 at San Joeo, Citl., Saturday. Charles Knox, the famous hat man- wounded in a fight near Kingwood, W. policies or views of other nations." The Va., between four horao thieves aud a Senator says he U ready to meet his op- ufacturer, is dead in New York. down a bicyclist at eherifl'a posse. A motor car ran we quote you a few prices to let you know ponents on the Btuinp to nrguo the ques Richmond, Ind., killing bim instantly. Ex Gov. J. W. Northern, of Georgin, tion and throws down the gauntlet to how they run through our entire stock. Firo at Ardmore, I. T., destroyed has secured land for a sottloment of them to state as unequivocally aa he has, Children's aud Misses Ribbed Hose $c$ veterans of the late war nnd their The Brownies' Waltz. New sheet done, their views in the premises. If a six busiuess blocks, entailing a loss of music for the piano or organ, by Fkki. A. worth loc. Extra heavy cotton sox 5c. families in South Georgia. man's ability in financial matters aro re $GOO,000. a cripple, has left Fillmore. This is a beautiful melody heavy unbleached A distillery which is to be by far the John B. Thomas, Dress Gingham fleeted in the manhgetuent of his private with to circle gradevariations. It is simplified to about 2. A splendid new waltz for the affairs, Senator Blackburn is a prophet largest in tho world is to be built atTer-r- e Evansville, Ind., in an attempt Good bleached cotton, yard cotton 3 the globe in a wheel chair without a cent home, the concert, or for teaching purHaute, Ind. without honor anywhere. It is, howev wide 5c, 94 unbleached sheeting poses. Price 85 cents. Mrs. M. Murphy, aged 70, died on a except what he earnB on the way. er, a failing of tho human family to talk Send to us for any sheet music or books ready with unbleached sheeting 14c; 4 bleach10-Fitzsimmona is at last most of what one knows least and to this train near Peru, Ind., while on her way money and his fight with you may want. tho rest of his ed sheeting 13c; 104 bleached sheeting ia attributable, most likely, tho Senator's to visit her bod. FILLflORE BROS., Abraham Keck, a prisoner in tho Corbott is considered as certain as any- McMcrcpusuEns. 141 V. Cth St., Cincinnati, O. loquaciousness on tho money question. Lace Curtains 3 yards, fancy, 50c a 15c. With a cause so just, Gov. McUreary will Ohio penitentiary, died just 30 minutes thing can be in pugilistic matters. yds, 75c. Ladies pair; lace curtains 3 Tho Stater Woolon Company, of , Pure brcit Whlt Cochin Kcc lor t. Ad-- 1 find no difficulty in downing an appoint- before his pardon came. O !"!, II. C. IIBKKY, Danville, Kr. 4t Mass., has shirt waistcs 50c, worth 75c. Hoys knee At Winchester, Va., Friday, Thorn- Webster and East Webster, ment with Senator Blackburn'o viewu be. atemployes that their notified its 1,500 pants 25c; Jeans pants for men 75c; mens' fore any thoughtful audience, even if he ton Parker, the negro who lately old ecalo be never so eloquent nor so fully loaded tempted an assault on Mrs. Melton at wages will bo restored to tho and boys' sweaters 25c; children's slippers Middletown, Va., was hanged. with plausible sophistries. OF A VAMM11LE AND A Daviess eouuty jury alter finding 25c; children's shoes 25c ladies Oxfords, of Robert O. Wicklide, Morgan guilty of calling an old man black and tan, 50c. Tbbbe has just died in tho Auburn, N. Louisiana, died at Shelbyville. Uo was Jay to his door at night and shooting him to Y., penitentiary a woman who for 35 years born at Bardetown, Ky. in 1S19. of five had not seen tho light outside the gloomy James Guthrie, of Bellefontaine, 0 , death, let him off with a srntenco walls of the prison. In 1SG0 she was fell dead while bidding his family good years in prison. LINCOLN CIRCUITCOURT. The court of appeals Bays that of A, condemned to die for murder, but a kind bye preparatory to taking a short trip. ajaiiiu forgor of ware- 1. W. Baughman and Other, hearted governor doomed her to a living Ira Shafer, an insano man, of Green- R. Sutton, tho Louisville Notice of Sale. house receipts, who wasconvicted on two death by commuting her sentence to im- ville, Ind., imagines he ia President Lincoln Purtuant lo a counts and given two and 10 years res- Court, rendered judgment of the term, 1895. Circuit prisonment for life. Think of it, 35 years Cleveland and that he Ib very wealthy. in lh at U February undersigned Wolf hunting on a systematic plan pectively, may Bervo the two, but net tho ntove styled proceeding, th in a felon's cell, and doomed only to leave on will, A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, it when the last nail has been driren in has begun near New C?stle, Wyo., in the 10 vear eentenco. A shoe belonging to the paBtor of the TUESDAY, HAY.21ct, 1895, ' -' her rough coffin! To us who eDJoy the hope' i f exterminating the wolves on the T; D. RANEY, Manager. San Francisco church where the two Between A. M. and 3 P. M., at th reulence of sunlightof God's beautiful world and feast ranges. ti Hsufhrnan, tell at public outcry to The Louisville base ball team, which girls were murdered has been found cov- the late Henry beat bidder tf.e farm of onr eyes on green fields and forresta of Branch Stores; tM higbeit and hangs fared so badly last year, is elated in be- ered with blood. The police, however, eternal verdure,the time frequently heavily and we resort to many methods ginning the season by beating tho Pitts-bur- scout at the idea of connecting the min 316 Acres, One Rood, Four Poles, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthtana, ieter with tho crimes. 11 to 2 of "killing" it. With her environments Of Land, tituatcd in Lincoln county, Ky , on the Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. of a One fireman was so badly hurt that Sta ford A HalU Gap Turnpike Hoad, The Pennsylvania Railroad Compaand haunted always by her fearful crime, ouuide of Irom the city of Stanford and several others wero milelimits cf said city. Said farm Juit in a hljh It Chicago for 0 be sooq died, aud tne how slowly and drearily those 35 years ny has sued the city of me r.l cultivation and ironiovement. Il hat up. for damages sustained during the badly injured by being caught beneath on it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or S must have passed to the poor woman,liv a conflagra- rooms, with large, roomy lialli and porches. The a falling wall while fighting ing without hope, the world almost for strike last July. ol character arc in Tho property outbuildings In excellence house, including ono ol keeping vf uh the dwelling gotten and by the world forgot. Surely John W. Kramer, the Louisville tion at Philadelphia. county. The fencing the very best barns in the Jane Brooks has fully attoned for her wife murderer, was let off with impris- loss will reach 1300,000. outside and iu is good, the farm is well watered Dr. W. H. Caldwell, who haB been by potids, pools and running streams. A rare opto sins in this world and found how bard is onment for life, when his neck ought Firman's Fund, is to purchase one ot th most North British and Mercantile, refused a certificate to practice becauso portunity .mlalloraea hoiuei In the county. wain.M the way of the transgressor. Let us hope haye paid the penalty. Mechanics and Traders, ill b he has The purchaser istday given lull possession 01 Manchester, It is believed at Washington that be advertises his profession, eytt of June, 1S0J. that a loving Savior will have pity on tho said farm on tho Judges Morton, Buford aud Said farm is bound a as ioiiows: ucginning at The Pennsylvania Fire, National of Hartford, poor fioul and give her the rest for which the revenue collected under the income employed a point tn the centre ot the Stanford A 11a Is Gap , "TB tax law will reach $15,000,000 of which Denny to take charge of his case and put turnpike, corner to .Newland, thenco S. 69U Give me a call. she long has sighed. Phoenix of Brooklynn. 6 poles is link to a stone, corner to tame, thence the matter before the civil courts. Kentucky will pay $300,000. s. to Ki VV. ti Doles il links to a post corner to Two young people who had been ' Newland, thence S. 18 E. is6 poles 6 links to a Chairman John W. Ykkkks has called Earthquako shocks continue in the corner to Newland, thence S. yol4 VV. 10S the republican State central committee to town of Laibach, Austria. Ninety eight lovers since childhood were drowned stone, to a siavcin itewianu line uu immi 10 olcs ...lrr.i-ihrnri- - S deff. 1 Hlln W. 4? Doles 6 for the purpose per cent, of the houees are damuged. near Washington in a sensational manmeet in Danville, links to a slake in line of Frederick, thence S of changing the date of the republican Business has been suspended. ner. The girl jumped or fell from a 83V' K. 8o poles tirpost at corner of garden, thence polos 10 links to a stake In centre of S.ty K. State convention from May 29 to a later Chicago Binall boat, nnd the man, after vain ef- Maton'a i8s road, oppoulc a small black walnut Gap Sound money democrats at on wesi siucci ruaa. inencc inn icnwo date. The G. A. R meeting at Hopkins-vill- have organized the Honest Money forts to rescue her, swam a little distance (tanilcgN K.6j poles la links to a stake in cenof roid l protested against the date, owing to League of Illinois for thopurposo of re- from tho boat and let him himself drown. tre of thn road and cornir to Alex Martin, thence NFft'iU ii ntles 10 linkstoa stake, corner to day and its conflict with Decoration same, tboice N. 19 E. 16 poles to a stake in line of sisting the freeeilver movemont. MATRIMQNJALMATTERS. Uuuuerar tract anu corner 10 same, mence rt, 79 Tom Smith is to be hung about that Montgomery, of Columbus, S. deg. js min 10 poles to stake, coiner to M. b. A. P This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you time at Jackson. Tho boeaes recognizo O., aged 02 and heretofore unoducated, Haughman, thence N, ifi V su poles, contain-inA Cleveland, O., woman beat her f afford to overlook our in the atfircKaU 316 Acres t Kood and Poles want the very best materials, you can not that without the old soldiers aud the has employed a teacher and can be seen husband lo death with a chair. ol the stock. The nurtmte of this sale Is for a divlt-ogo to mountain delegates, who would all A vounn man at Camden, Ind., at a proceeds amongst ine piainuu aim ucivuuuuo c daily studying h is reader and geography the hanging, of coarse, the convention dance, killed hia sweetheart, fatally cordlrg to their respective pkIhi. Gale Vinson shot and mortally 6, 11 and as TERMS OK at LouiBville would be a slim gathering. man who interfered, nnd months in equal puyincnta, the purchaser giving ' wounded Jnmes Stephens near Moscow, wounded a The best is not too good. V bond wiih approiu.. personal security, payable to suicide. Ky. Jealousy led to the crime, both then committed Itic Commissioner and boring interest from day , Tint. death of James W. Scott and the The Vandorbilt divorce scandal is of sale. Lien retained on the Und at a further young men being in love with tho Baine K. C. WARRKN. sale of his controlling interest to revived by a report that Mrs. Willie X. cunty. & MclloberU, Atlys. M C. L. C.C. Hill 8rl. d Kohlnaut in the Chicago old lover whom 6he Quality and price arc right. The price of flour wont up another is soon to wed an and Evoning Post, leaves tho Windy account of Vanderbilt's ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE 10 cents a barrel at the mills all over the threw over on City without a daily champion of the country. Sales at Minneapolis wero the millions. OV A democratic cause. This state of affairs Mr. J. W. Talmer, 32, and Mies Sal-li- e largest in the history of some of the will not long continue, but judging from G. Sowder, 17, of the Goehen neigh- HANGING ' the recent election, neariy everjhody mills. borhood, drove to Kev. W. E. Ellis' OF THE Mrs. Hannah Darby, aged 84 yearp, there has joinod the republicans und a and the twain wero ! was found dead in her home near Peru, Thursday night democratic paper is no longer a desiderST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, Ind., with both eyes bnrned out. The made one flesh. atum. Mr. Ed Gafney, a Garrard man of Household and Kitchen Fumiturc, crime is supposed to have been committ22, came over to Crab Orchard Friday Some of the disgruntled office soekera ed by robbers. Ladies' and Children's Light Colored and Black Slippers in and took himself a wife in the person of Live Stock and Farming Implein Madison havo succeeded iu inducing Samuel E. Aymar, a brother-in-laments. Miss Ella May Stearns, a las3 of 14. Rev. a susceptible old farmer named Langford of Defaulter Seeley, has also been rob- As executors of Henry Haughman, dee'd, we will to announce bimBelf for the Legislature ibing the National Shoe and Leather Bank K. D. Noaks tied the knot. at the same time and place sell at public outcry to Tho most brilliant event this season the higheit bidder a platform, but it will of New York. He confesses that he has on an at Washington was the marriage yester-dabe hate's laV or lost. Gov. McCreary is stolen $20,000. About Acres at noon of tho Hon. George Nathan- Farm Mrs. M. A. Jackson, the widow of very near the hearta Of the Madison I and ca Hanging Fork, In Lincoln county, Tarli-meOf county democracy and the man who op- Stonewall Jackson, who now lives at iel Curzon, member of the British Ky., and adjoining tne lands ol O. McKittrick, II. Murphy, Ed I'eyton, Sam and Miss May Leiter, daughter of Peter Carter, W. Bishop poses him there will stand about as Charlotte, N. 0., has, recently undertaand Adam Carpenter and With Heel or Spring Heel. Helm, Columbus the Chicago millionaire. commonly known aa the Lyile farm, I hia farm Is of a monthly magain hades. much show as a snow ball ken the editorship ,V Stanlord from Stanford, Squire A. G. Faulkner is Buch an about 5 miles and the Knob on the McCorroack's Lick, MilledgeiHe zine published at Richmond. tying of matrimonial knots Church & Turnersvilla turnpike roads, and has Fearing that he might change hip adept in tho Tnrc convention to nominate a candiframe dwelling house, are in demand. Ho uponita Is well watered It is fine Hanging barns, Fcrk &c. and date for railroad commissioner in the 3d mind when the rope began to choke, that hia services In grass and ', in cultiland and is now about together yesterday till vation. district has been called to meet at Win- an old farmer who banged himself, near tied two couples courts shall sunder. Tt.e farm will be offered for sle in two parcels chester, June 7th. Mr. Green R. Keller, Norwalk, O., carefully tied his hands so death or the divorce SIH..V and at a whole and the highest bid or bids acci d. The first were Jack Wbitehouse, of Manot help himself. of the Carlisle Mercury, is tho leading that he could Ilrick on the rion, and Miss Annie Haiiey, aged 15, Alsot the side cf Main street in Stanford, Ky., Newark, N. J., has an candidate and we trust he will be nomiand the performance was witnessed by now occupied by A. Urbantky & Co., and known nated. He is capable and popular and for a policeman, who carries a lasso. If as the Louisville Store. e crowd. Interest in the St. Also an undivided would poll the full democratic strength, his man fails to stop running when or- the usual Mlea Allle Asaph Hotel property in Stanford, Ky , which in. Mr. Androw Gesler and swings dered to do so, the eludes the hotel proper and two large McRoberts Young, the lady who appear- thereunder, outhouses, lot and stable. Th'S Hotel Hon. W. N. Swkenby, an able lawyer his lasso and the arrest ia comploted, a two atory brick building and la in ed against James Cash recently for as- is and large and Increasing custom, and Greatly improved for 1895 and politician of Owensboro, died Sun. At Bordenton, N. J., Mrs. Delia S. sault, wero married in the Louisville order, and hat a is now being conducted by Farrls it Hardin, the worthy of consideration. day. He was a candidate for U. S. Sen- Parnell, mother of the late Charles Stewinterest. owners of the other by Squire A. G. A Uo the Household and Kitchen Furnituie, one ator in 18S4 and to him was due almost art Parnell, was murderously assaulted Store hero yesterday Furniture includes an one phaeton. Faulkner in his most approved stylo. wagon, and new Piano. The Organ entirely the election of Senator Black- by highwaymen, who robbed her of a now on Floyd and Miss Sallie B. Also all the Live Stocksheep and the larra, Mr. Jordan 8olamhs, a lot of 90 head ol old burn over Corro Gordo Williams. black satchel and a small sum of money. Young stood up with the couple and a ot Jack Stock, lot of Horses and Ilrood Mates in foal, about a; head, lot of Mules, Hogs, Cattle and Four hundred miners havo quit gaping crowd saw tho knot tied. In his continual warfare against Gov, Milk Cows. cash The real property will be sold for McCreary, Editor O'Sulllvan, of the work at Coal Creek, Tenn., because tho and the balance in in equal payments in one and A new Methodist church will bo two years, bearing interest from day of sale and company refused to dischargo a superinLouisville Critic, injures himself in the " They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. State street congregation secured by hen retained. eyes of all fair minded people and does tendent and 13 imported men. Two erected by tho $io, The personal properly, except sums The plans have been which will be sold for cash, will be sold under crtd-o- f rna not hurt thft object of his animadver- hundred other people aro thrown out of of Bowling Green. three months drawn and the ediGcd is expected to cost quired to etecute aud the purchaser will bo re- ( note with good security, editor evidently has a griev- work. sions. The interest from dy ol sale A dramatic scone occurred in Judge $30,000. 0 ance. be given on Possession ot Sensational developments are ex- January 1S96, real property willproperty when Stein's court at Chicago when Mrs. and of personal i, Call and see. trial of two paid for or notes executed. an Italian, knelt at in the court- ported at Barbourville in the George W. Carlisle, brother of Secbegin at 9 in. Anypcrsin assassinating the aged The sale willinformation a concerning (he aboveg men accused of anv other retary Carlisle, died at Independence, room and thanked God that her slayor'had been condemned to Judge Combs, on tho porch of hia homo property can write tn or&see us at Stanford, Ky. Kenton county, of cancer of the stomS. II. J. K. HAUGHMAN, Exccutots. T. D. English, Auctioneer. death. at Hazard. ach. Ho was a lawyer by pfofesaion. two-thirds C. I Iitlehoart.a McLean county farTub court of appealp is positivo on one point, that J8 that an election on tho lo mer, was shot nnd killed by a noighbor ter court yesterday, but thero was consider iblo trading In cattle. About 250 wero on the market and probably Thro was n Bmall crowd at Lancas- MAN WANTS MAM WANTS 6 OB. 8 PAGES. Bo-fo- re al x, BUT LITTLE sh .A HERE BELOW ac 14,-0- 00 :! A 4c, I2c; 4 9-- i r Commissioner's Sale Higly Improved Farm. LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANTOB3D, ETC., gs $40,-00- FIRE INSURANCE. I KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. to-da- C e bo-aid- (j HALK.-Cred- its OILS. -- U-- VARNISHES. Times-Heral- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. FORK FARM ONE-HAL- F Store-Hous- e, SLIPPERS w anti-McOrea- ry NeecWe, y of 480 nt, Opera, Common SenseToes, H. J. McROBERTS. two-stor- y pt-e- two-stor- v Store-Hou- North-eas- court-hous- one-ha- U Reliable Process They have Proven a (Success. Store-Roo- fitst-cls- is one-ha- ll coo-lilti- atlTi'saBHV one-thir- d bear-in- Pa-rent- o, Guarantee Satisfaction ricsir-'n- bus-dand- 's HIGGINS & McKINNEY, J!, 4J Xj JlAjl- - Str L . ' v . S" in -- ifVS.' IvT?i- . S vcMI-Week- ly Interior Journal 1985 Stanford, Ky., - April 23, E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Mna. J. U. Flohknck continues ill. Miss Mahv Elkin is visiting in Rich month Mh. W. G. Kanky, of Danville, Is with Morula here. Miss Kvtii Kllkiwon went to8omereet Saturday to visit relatives. Miss LizziicTnoMraoN, of Lancaster, is tho Kttest of Alias Ethyl Bcozley. Dn. Owhn Mii.lkk, of HnrrodabiUR, Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Cook. Mk. Jake Hoiii.nbon, of Gnrrard, spent Sunday with his Blstor, Mrs. J. B. Pax-ton. spundliiR a week with Mrs. T. A. llico in Miesu Anne and Fansib Shanks nre Mb. D. P. AKMBK&nd wife, of Itlch-mon- d, Mer-shon- Liuisvillo. 's spent Sundny with Mr.' J. B, family. Mr. J. H. Kiiiiiv loft on Lis wheel Sunday for Liberty and Colutnbh to work Insurance. Misa Lauua IIumk Oahtkii. of Stan ford, is tho guest of Mrs. J. Hume Carter. liuisvillo 1'OBt. Mh. and Mns. J. B. Guy.nm, of tho Paint Lick suction, wero over Saturday to see Dr. J. 0. Carpenter. Dh. J. A. A mom, of McOreary, has built a teluptioue lino from that point to Buckeye. Central Itecord. Mies Moi.uk Bkazlky went to Cincinnati last week to ieo her Bister, Mrs. John-son- , who Is ill of pneumonia. Mh. W. F. McOlahy ia down with inflammatory rheumatism and is nleo suffering with a carbuncle on his left shoulder. HusiONViLLK and Crab Orchard wero liberally represented at tho Opera Hotuo Friday night. Both pluces always patronize us largely. Mr. G. A. Landib, representing tho Encyclopedia Brltanica doptrtmont cf the Courier Journal, is heru puttirj; agents in tho field. Mk. L. A. Wki.ner and family, of Louisville, have- moved into Karris k Her din's renideuco ou the hill. Mr. Woinir ia a postal clerk on this division. Mk. M. F. Elkin has secured about GO members and with Deputy Supremo Commander G. H.Torpany will organize a Maccabee lodgo at Richmond Mcftsna, Fobibtcb Kim, V. E. Varnon and E D. Kennedy, appointed to go to Frankfort and show tho board of equalization rause against tho raise of 10 per cent of the assessment of Lincoln county, took tho train yesterday for that point and purposn. - CITY AND VIRINITY. Thy Dauks, tho optician's $1 spec?. For men's shoes Shanks'. Bn-or.- and haU go to purchasing dress goods of any kind call in at Shanks'. IIandsomb line of dinner seta at Farria & Hardin's. jmt Scu Withers fc Hockcr for wall paper. iN'ow stylts aud new patterns just received. Only a few choice pieces in our imitation cut glasa aro left. Danks, tho jowol-u- r. Fou Hunt. Two roouiH over my store; one a delightful front room. E. J. Foley. For a hot or cold bath, a clean, easy shave or a stylish hair cut, go to Wilkin-Bon'- " u. .. m It took 10 pounds of paper to print the bills of the Bnugbman sale advertised in this issuo. I am agent for the Excelsior Steam Laundry, of Dayton, 0., and solicit your patronage. C. E. Portman. m . persons are warned agiiinat huut ing, fishing or otherwiso trespassing on my farm. Peter llaaie, Ottenheim. All ' Tub St. Asaph Carriage Co. exhibited Bomo of its buggy work ou the streeto Saturday aftornoou, creditable indeed. a which was very Tub Stanford Opera Co. has had special scenery painted for the rendition of Louva, the Pauper, at the court house at Lancaster Tub fiscal court met yesterday to consider pauper and other claims, but aa the judge was engaged in the murder case, it adjourned till this morning. most Btylish, moat durablo and the cheapest. Ask those who wear them if this ia not true. They are to be found at Shanks.' . T manager, Bends Mr. J. Otknhbimkb, us a catalogue containing some beautiful Iowb of Forest Park, tho lovely Summer resort in the Adirondack mountains of Pennsylvania. I m Zbioleu shoes are the most comforta-bl- o, m Cincinnati Southern broke seven miles balow McKinnoy,, Saturday, causing a wreck in which seven cars of morchan diee were ruined. of Spring and Summer pattern hats and bonnets at Mrs. Kate Dudderar'a next Friday and Saturday, 20 and 27. Come, everybody. Mary D. Dudderar. A Scene qv An axle of a car on freight train on the Beauty. A grand display You aro invited to n freo lecture at Louva, The Pauper. Everybody who Wed- attended the onterUinmont given by the Walton's Opora House, SiLVsn lock bracelets at Danks, tho nesday night, at 8 o'clock. Stanford Opera Company at .Walton's jeweler's. . Opera House, Friday night, and jt seems There wero throo colored corpses in by tho d Kbw fancy shirts and neckties nt Sov- honao that most everytown yesterday, Bessio Worsham boing erance fc Son's. body did, was surprised and delighted at tho other pi those mentioned elsewhere. the excellence with which each member More clothing at Shanks' aud straw Judge W. It, Carson received a tele- acquitted himself and it was manifested hats in groat variety. gram from his son, Mr. J. T. Carson at ndtonly by Rpplauso, but by the mpst 9 Goon Recond-buphaeton for enle, Anchorage, Saturday, stating that his complimentary remarks. The play is of wife had just presentod him with a fine the usual order of dramas in which tho cheap. Mrs. Anuie James. , good aro rewarded and tho bad punished, boy Georgo Reynolds Carson. For Sale. A good second. hand bicy-cl- o. andcontainB many situations r quiring Address lock box 102, Stanford. Tiikchbo of Marshal Frank Ellis for fine acting. ' .. the murder of Cage Rowsoy was continTho leading rolo of Louva was presentAt Lancaster "Louva, tho ued by the defense yeBtorday, wo learn ed by Misa Ethyl Beazley, and her con Pauper," by tho Stanford Opera Compa- from Commonwealth's Attorney Owsley, ception and rendition of the rather dial ny. Admission 60c. till the next court on account of thp ab- cult part won her very high piaiBe. Few sence of two witnesses, alleged to bo im- girls can appear in garments all tattered Twenty samples of now Spring wraps portant. and torn and look aa pretty as she did. .. mostly black at less than cost to manuSunday was a love qf a day and tho Miss Georgia Wray's handsome face aud facture. Come and Bee them. Sever-auc- o girls with Sjiring hats were out galore. figure admirably fitted her for the char- & Son. Tho churches looked like veritable aster of Aggio Farnham, the heireop, and Tub city council of Somerset hns con- flower gardens and tho minds of tho wear-or- s sho not only acted it beautifully, but tracted with Iho Southern Construction of tho varegated colors were, wo looked beautifully. As Mrs. Craft, Miss Co., of Chattanooga, for 10,000 feet of opine, much more upon the hatfl than Mary Bruce did Bomo fine acting, and alvitrified sidewalks. though handicapped by a hideous "make upon the sermons. up" her pretty face shono resplendent. Tub Lancastrians uro cordially invited Junoi; J. W. Alcorn wont to Lebanon Mips Lizzie Menefee, the Gipsy fortune to attend the performance of "Louva, the yesterday to assist in tho defense of the toner, was on mo stage out a oriel o Pauper," at their L. & N. agaitiBt tho 45 indictments there but enough to show what she assured that they will see a most merito- found for alleged discrimination. Should could do had her part been more extenrious amateur entertainment. the court sustain the short sighted poli- sive. Tho genteel, handsome villain as cy, the coal mining interests of Eastern portrayed by Mr. B. II. Danks in the A mm several days of aa lovely woath-e- r Kentucky will recoivo a backset from character of Dick Langley, was superbly as over came in April, clouds overcast given and was additional proof of the the sky yeaterday and leaked repeated- which it can not booh recover. ly In gentlo showers, tho certain Killed. Conductor J. W. Anderson, gentleman's decided histronic ability. bright May flowerB. of New Haven, in chargo of through Mr. Georgo B. Wearen was a modest hero Fair, cooler Tuesday. freight No. 35, fell from tho train in Tun- and a tender lover and in both characters ... nel No, 8 beyond Livingaton Saturday distinguished himsolf. Col. Farnham, A Mt Vernon man dreamed two connight and had both legs, his shoulder tho rich old squire, was well presented secutive nights that John Brown would and pn t of his head cut off. He used to by Mr. J. L. Benzley, who looked his part return from Oklahoma on a certain-train- . boHrd liero with Mr. J. II. Rout, who to perfection. Mr. James Beazley waB a So impressed was ho with the belief that spent- of him as a moat gentlemanly and typical old hayseed and in hts droll way the dreAin would como to pass that he man, who made many scored some fine points. Though ho eswent to the train and mlrabilo dictu sayed a very thankless and unenviable friends. John didn't como. pirt, Mr. J. M. Alyereon as Bub Craft A raiiijit ran into Bro. Walton's office won many handsomo compliments, Mr. G. L. Prwcott, of London, Engat Stanford a few days ago. Maj. Jim which his splendid acting fully deserved, land, who with his wife and nieco are Burnside, who is indisputable authority Mr. R. M. Newland made a fine looking staying nt tho Myers House, bought sevsays that if the rabbit was of tho "grave Mr. Withgow; Mr. Jamea H. Burton a eral thousands of acres of timber land In species it will bring good luck, but very funny Toney nnd Ernest Warren a Laurel last week of H. O. Ford, who rep- yard" if only an ordinary, every day hare, 60tne clever Cranker, while Mr. Sam W. Menresented the estate of tho late John Jackefee presented an old negro woman charson. Mr. L. F. Hubble, of Lancaster, great calamity will befall the editor. Lancaster Record. Ab we do not know acter with a truenesa to life that stamped engineered the deal. the one from tho other, we shall have to his genius. His make up as well as that The Central Kentucky Medical Asso- wait with patlenco and tell by the re- of several others waa an almost complete ciation showed its appreciation of the sult. difguiso. We had almost forgotton to valuable Bervicea of its secretary, Dr. mention Mr. M. W. Tyreo'a Peleg Puck101. There died here Sunday a negro Steele Builey, by presenting him with a er, one of the best sustained characters woman whose ago la authentically stated fine in the play. He wna an ideal Yankoe typewriter and cabi 100 yeara. Sho belonged to Mr. not, which cost it SO. It is hard to tell at over peddler and never lost an opportunity to r of present which the doctor Is prouder of, tho com- Henry Baughman, tho tho "finest goods South of MaBon Mr. S. II. Shanks and at hia sale 50 years pliment or tho very gift. and Dixon's line." or more ago, sho was too old for Bale or The time between tho acts was enlivservice and was permitted to choose her Fine LiCTURK. Prof. Venier Voldo, ened by excellent music furnished by who has a big reputation aa a platform homo and live without work. She was Deckelmann's Orchestra, which orator, will givo a free lecture at Walton's active to tho last and frequently attended by judges to have been as fine Opera House, beginning at 8 o'clock to- and took part in the meetings at the Bap- aa ever heard in the hall. A solo by Miss morrow, Wudnetday night, 24th, on the tist church, of which sho was a mem- Annie Hays, "Tho Nightingale," wa New Departure in Education. Tho lec- ber. also a pleasing contribution to the eventure is under the auspices of tho Courier-JournWhile returning from fishing Satur ing's entertainment. She has a sweet and tho day afternoon, Fields Salter and Charles voico and her effort was roundly apLeague. Everybody interested in educa. Banghman, two colored boys aged about plauded. Mrs. A. G. Huffman also sang tioual matters aro invited with the prom, 13 years each, got into a quarrel over tho and gave "The Answer" In a most deisa of a literary treat. ownership of a string of fish, when Sal- lightful manner, to an accompaniment Harrodsuuro aud Danville merchant, ter pulled a 32 calibre pistol and shot by Miea Nora Moreland and a violin ob- neckelmann. It so who do not read tho papera and think an Buughman in tho right cheek, tho ball iigatooy Air. J. old card stuck in a back alley ia nil the coming out behind hia right ear, inflict- pleased tho audienco that Mrs. Huffman advertising necessary, wero sharply taken ing a serious wound. Fields has skip- nau to respond to a prolonged encore in by a sharper who worked them on the ped; his friends say, however, that tho when sho sang tho "Cradle Song" equal old racket of printing a directory on n shooting was accidental and that thoy ly ab acceptably. As in Damon and Pythias, Misa Mattie placard. He got tho money, $2 to ?5 were ecuflling when tho platol fired. Paxton and Mr. John J. McRoberts reneach, from them and skipped. A nicely The examining trial of George Potrey displayed card in a newspaper ia worth and Joseph Durham for tho murder of dered the company invaluable assistance and the members are unfeignedly "grato-ften times as much as any other adver- Leooz Alt began Saturday and is still to them. They attended tho rohear-sal- s tisement, but you can't get the moss before the court. A great mnny witand made Suggestions and improvebacks to believe it. nesses were introduced, but tho majority ments, which added greatly to tho A tbnt of Ma:cabees was organized of them knew nothing more than that smoothness, with which everything was Saturday night at Hustonville by J. F. tho old man was dead. lions. W. II. presented. Hockcr and W. B. Goode. assisted by Miller and UBrvoy Holm asaisted J. B. The company will preerut tho play at Deputy Supremo Commander G. II. Paxton In tho prosecution, while P. M. Lancaster in tho court house McRobcrts held a lone hand for tho de- and we bespeak for it n full house, Terpony, with 22 members: Tho followfense At tho conclneion of the Coming officers were elected and installed: tho good pcopln of that p'easant Past Commander, Randall Cofiey; Com- monwealth's testimony Mr. McR. moved little city thnt they will be well repaid for mander, C. K. McClure; Seargent.W. II. to dischargo tho prisoners, but after ar- their timo and money, by seeing a nice gument the judge decided to bear their little drama presented almost with the Bout; Chaplain, J. II. Reynolds; Keeper, J. A. Frye,; Record Keep- proof and the case was not finished last excellence of profppFionnls. er, Goorge Ilunn; Master at Arms, W. night. B. Jones; 1st Guard, Thomas D. Best; 2d NKW ADVE3TI3KMENTS. Saved ry a Doa. Generally speaking Guard, A. L. Green; Sentinel, George a dog is a very useless piece of property, Aiken; Picket, J. 0. McCormack. o especially in town, but Mr. J. 0. thinks he owes his house to his litCalcimining unFined. Ike and Georgo Shelby for tle canine. About 3 o'clock Sunday Let your Painting, Papering and furnish you toe Heldon Urotheri. We shooting and wounding James F. Moore morning tho dog ran up tho etops lead til material and guarantee first ctaif work, or no 101, nipooy. Address, Stanford, Ky. wero fined $25 each at Danville. Com ing to Mr. Florence's room and barked mon wealth's Attorney Owsley tells us loudly and long. He got up and drove that, ho got knocked out in the caBO of him away, but the little animal was not I Jason Blackerty for killing John Drye, to be thwarted that way, and camo again My Millinery Stock is full and complete, Call colored, at Junction City last year. Two barking louder than ever. Mr. Florence and examine and you will ba ure- to buy a new grand juries failed to indict him and a then went down to seo what was tho Sprinz Hat. third without an order from the court mattor, and found a box of saw dust MISS LICCIK UKAZLEY, Stanford, Ky investigated the case and found an in- against tho house in a light blaze. Some dictment. After a jury had been obtain- body had thrown a cigar stump in it and ed, Blackerty's counsel moved a dismis- but for the timely warning by tho dog, sal for the irregularity stated and the the house migbt have been laid in ashes. I am row ready to deliver tee irom the Stanford court sustained the motion. Mr. Owsley Valcr, Light and Ico Company's Factory Must Close. The court of appeals de appealed from (hocourt'sdecision, howevPer Hundred Pounds er, and will ask the court of appeals to cides in tho case of G. B. Cooper, county At 40 Cents clerk, vs. T. L. Shelton, on an appeal And over and c a pound for to pounds and up settle tho question. to 100. from Judge Saufley's decision that tho Bills duo istof each mouth. E. liKEMER, Stanford, Successful OrsUATioN. Dr. Price be- trustees of towns of tho class of Rowland, ing detained at Philadelphia in a case Oth, havo tho excluaivo control of the the Surrogate court, the operation ho liquor traffic within them, that their was to perform on Aravllla Smith, had authority only extends when tho same ARE., to be performed by Dr. Carpenter, who can be dono without repealing tho local : was assisted by Drs. Peyton, E. J. Brown, option law as to such towns, and that af of Mt. Vernon, and S. C. Perkins, of Bee ter a voto in a magisterial district, which To call and examineI niy Sprlnj Millinery, Iswhich pride myself that it well, Para opening up. Lick, Drs. Ramsey, of London. Black, of includes tho town, has resulted agalnBt selected and that it is bound to please. Having bought lor cash and boing determined to sell for Barbourville, Steele, of Nevada, and Dr. the Bale of liquor, they have no power to cash, I can tell at the lowest possible price. An O'Bannon being present. The incision grant llcenso therein. The court aleo examination will convince you. A. McKINNEY. MRS. A, 6 was mado and;a fibrous tumor decides that.it was an error to award removed Thetoperation was most suc- a mandamus compelling tho county D. S. CARPENTEFx, cessful, the patient rallying quickly and clerk to Issue thoUicense on the author is still doing well. Kustonville, Ky., ity of tho council. The decision will "We wrote this item to soon. Tho ophavo the effect of closing the bar rooms Has more nice Kurnituto than was ever in pretty Uuggies, Surreys and eration doubtless was scientifically per- at Rowland and other places similarly Phaetons. More good Cultivators, Wagons, Plows Moie formed, but if success is measured by tho 6ituated, Judgo Shelton has already and more nlco Harness, Ilridlw, Whips and more Binder Twine than was ever seen here. He inresult, the heading,'above does not ap- closed his saloon at Rowland, his license vites tin public to call and see hts stock and get Builder of Kepalrer bam ply. Tho woman died at 0 o'clock Sun- baying expired, and Mr. Green will have prices,is in my Logan, and would aud glad to haveharhis be house ness, officially notified. 48 hours after the operation. on bin whea wanting work dene. friends call day, to do so, when he is well-fillem ht Zkiolbk allocs it Shanks'. 3 Want Will Pay :- -: Money. Big Interest. Hos- Here is what we will give you for it: New Goods of all kinds, including Silks, Dress Goods, Carpets, iery, Gloves, Underwear, Shoes and Oxfords. Come and look. SEVERANCE & SON. s -- court-hous- mj-me- nt, 3 --L .THE fore-rnuner- Old fashion ajay' - well-iebav- Is to sell goods at the very lowest possible prices And this is why our store is crowded every day and our trade has increased so rapidly. We sell the best made, the' best fitting, the best grade Smith-Premi- er -- I grand-fathe- uae-fu- Ever offered in this city for the money. We' sell the most stylish Capes, the newest things in Dress .Goods and .Trimmings. The prettiest and best Shoes in ladies' and gents' black ancftan, both in high and low cut, in Krippendorf, Dittman & Co.'s best Perfection goods. The J. B. and Corset, the celebrated Peerless Hosiery, the largest stock of Embroideries and Laces in Oriental Torchon and Silks ever offered. You must not do yourself the injustice not to examine our stock. "We will trade for your wool, your Bacon, your Eggs, your Corn, your wheat, your Feathers or anything you have to sell; we are here for business and as it is looking up all over the country, we know it will come to us. tning al Homu-Uuiversit- y HUGHES & TATE. A GOOD FEATURE -:-:- -:- m u In our ---- -:-:- -:- Children's Department --- mJUKmJ -- m ul Our Combination Suits. II IMlliiR M ' ng Fin-anc- o Flor-enc- DON'T first-cla- ss TO THE XiABXES I I Also Double Knee Pants. Call and see us before you buy; ICJJE2 I bo-fo- re TEE IiABIES CORDIAtLV INVITED Satisfaction Guaranteed or money refunded. The Globe -- IIus-tonvll- le. S'XGJST&flV' GUARANTEES PERFECTION. -- . --- a1 v-o jfi.vjta Strictly One Price Clothing House, THIS LABEL0NACH1LDSSU1T J. L. I Frohman & Co. Danville, Ky. n r ISSSSIS912 si. 'a,. r"'j r'liiwHiiirfssi-- SEZtttSSXS. ...a... !, '- - 'flfyj (Wfpwlipppwii V, . iwiimim .J ir'i'i' r. ... f J nmtmfmmmmmmm . . .t ft. JB .3- - -- 4 n?r " ,. ' w rW r "ltr'7 n i t - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr Kvery Tuesday and AT r xi Fn-llab- ed Friday 2 PBB YKAK I Jf ADVAKOB -- Whn not so paid S3.SO "wlU t bo charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CAW. returning at pto p. ra. No. TrJn leaves L. Rowlsnd 7 too a. m., t H. LOCAL TIME CARD. ............... is 37 P ti. Train going North 3 P m " " No. 3, " ... J P " South . " No ......... 3 3 Not, " " QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City at follows: No. a North f Ko. 1 South f ......... ta.ic.Km j .. " 5 .11.30 9 pm " 6 10 840pm f (Do not Stop. "4 " " ...600am .s.i3m JPB . " ft. Mow flcrlmple Wnalit no of Value. ARTISTIC FIREBOARD. "Mr. Scrjiuplo," said tho magnate to Hew to Effect a Desirable Tnnifama. tho rising young lawyer, "I want to tlaa of n Old Fireplace. Grates aro quite fashionable, and aaako uso of your valuablo services." "Very well, sir," said Scrlmple, as ho ost modern houses aro furnished wltk 0110 or two in addition Jo tho usual pro-TJ- gasped at tho joyous prospect of a flrst for stoves. But a somo houses,ea-pcclall- y brief. "What can I do for you?" "A firm which competes with, my in old farmhouses built twenly-fiv- e or thirty years ago, tho fireplace houso," replied tho magnate, firmly, was mado for use, with little regard for "Is about to bring a damago suit against beauty. Now, theso havo becomo an mo and I want yott to get them to eneyesoro to people who havo grownup gage you as their attorney." Chicago without oven having once used them. ltccord. Usually tho flrst stop toward a remedy That Czplalna It. is to shut tho opening with a board; A Now York artist was recently visbut this is often little better than that ited by a lady friend. Tho artist was wjtich it hides. If covered with paper, painting an nugcl. the paper is likely to crack along tho "Why do you always paint your anscams. gels with dark hair and black eyes?' A friend seems to havo solved tho asked tho friend. problem, however, in a fairly satisfac"It's a grcnt secret, and It might get tory way. The mantel and fireplace mo into trouble to give It away." wore extremely plain, and tho flreboard "I'm not going to glvo It away." was of bare' yellow pine boards, with "Well, tho reason I paint my angels which Bho was never pleased. At last, with black hair and eyes Is because my an Idea struck her; she would turn tho wlfo Is a blonde. Soo?" Tammany family artist, and nearly every family Times. ha one, to some account Tho board A Protest. on T liQf1l On Mllltdgevllle and Sttnferd The Queen & Crescent Jloute annonn-ce- a JjWOAJ I pike a pocket book containing val e reduced rates to the lollowing meet uablo notes and receipts. return to InteI Pl-s- 3DH. W. K-ijnnxT . :PEXflTT Inge: be held to 10th. Tho Southern Baptist Convention to at Washington. D 0., May Oth UITiPC fllLi-OOne faro for tho round trip, cmut darn at (.has. selling May 7th and 8th, good 15 dnyB for rior Journal office or to B. Garrard county, Ky. V. Lawless, Testers-vill- e, Dentist. . I will take all the hides I can get for cash or In tiadetor tetther on Stanford oral Viy home in Oltrn-helKnnsliu. Stanford, Offie. on Msln return. General Aesetnbly Cumberland TreB byterlan Church nt Meridian, Miss., Muy 10th to 28th. Ono faro for tho round trip, selling May 13th to 15th, good to return until Juno 3rd. Presbyterian Aeetmbly General Church DallBB, Tex., May 17lh to 20th. Ono faro for tho round trip, Belling tickets May 13th and 15th, good to return JAMES II, YF.ACER. GEO. D.COOI'KU. Str.et, Opposite th. PotOlflc Teager & Cooper, Proprietors of...- .- to C. V, Carter, HtdgtviUe, Ky. MAPLE SYRUP. .iftTC; ., 54 Livery and Feed Stable. STANFORD, KY. iness and added new buggies and horses, prepared to furbish FIRST-CLAS- J. B. EIGGINS, ...Dealers n Having bought of P. W. Green his Llverr bus- we are All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. '( Confound those plays where, on the stage--, R ' JIfooAttefy ftU2? 1 With scarce a spoken line: A Darmecldo the feast may be, But direful Is my plight, For It always gives tho girl with me A dreadful appetite! Puck. KIND. THREE OF A And gnawing hunger The actor seem to dine, axunge TURNOUTS The Spring Kuunlng ItaceB, Luxing-toOn short notice. The travrling public will find Ky., April 20tl, to May 1th. Tick- us always ready and willing to lurnlsh tt agoas. cither single or double, or s ets one and ouo third for the round trip, of al kinds at very LOW PRICES. Th. from Cincinnati aud from all stations in toys in and around town will also find us tho peo when In town at pie to Kentucky, April 20th to May 4th. Good courts deal with. Stop with u your horse and vu and cnUrtalomcnts and hlcla will be well cared for. Gib to return. till May YKAGER $ COOPER D. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; See or address Chas. W. 7,i, P. A., Cincinnati, O. V. A. Btckler, N. P. A., Ill Adams St. Chicago, 111, 0. A. Batrd, T. P. A., Detroit. W. W. WANTED ALLTHE WOOL Dunnavant, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. 0. Rinesrson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. In Lincoln county. Money and sacks readv. Prlcr S u, untllJune3rd. Drum-ine- rt' Csirl-age- TliQ Myers House, P. W. OIIEKN. Proprietor. Stanford, : : Kentucky, n t am still running this Hotel aad will continue to sriv. my guests the politMt attB wtll as the best the msrk.t affords. 'snas Special Attention to the Traveling Public. JPurc A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. AJf AJtTISTIC FinEBOAHD. &OYAL BAKING POWDER CO., was covered tightty witn double-widt106 'W'alf Street, New York. unbleached muslin, and hen tho cloth beaten full of starch paste to All all BTTXLCH, the pores. When this was dry, It was painted all over with common whlto Attorney Law, lead, and made ready to turn over to - - Kentucky. tho artist, who, by the wny, Is generally enough of an artisan to do tho en- tiro work. Street, opposite the Court On this board tho artist painted a deOce on Lancasterreceive especial attention. 8S House. Collections sign representing bent-iro- n work overrun withwktar as, the metal work done in bronzo or brown (see cat In A. S. PRICE, tho center Is a bracket supporting n lovelv blue porcelain vase, In which Surgeon grows a clump of Iris. Of course tho Dentist, flowers should be painted in their usual colors, but the design may bo changed Ky. or modified to suit tho ancy. Howev Office oyer McRoberts Drug Store la the Owsley Building. er, flowers and vaso should always bo In harmony with each other. This is especially tho cato here, as tho bluo X. vase, purplo iris and purplish wistaria Attorney at Law, combine to make a beautiful, yet modpiece - Kentucky. est and unpretentiousfinished, of work. Tho flreboard when coupled m Will act as Executor.JAdralniitrator and Assig- with a pretty lambrequin, brings about nee quite a desirable transformation of tho of Special attention 'given', to Salo and Division of old fireplace, to tho great satisfaction as Attorney and of all. Sural New Yorker. sjfanrs Lands. Office on Lancaster St. over Supt.JW. F. McCla- HOW TO KEEP YOUNG. ertsorace. h, lose money li you sell btlor. setlag m. or one of There are now 80 Bhips enKflgcd in bit .gents, on . fj. smgieicn, 1 urneririut, More-lanKing & tbebu8ine8of carrying frozen meat to John Ellis, UuttoAvill.t ; his horn.; Piultt, McKln-neWm. loslah ltishop MU Salem; J. M. Dmhatn, Middleburg, or England. They have a capacity of myself at McK Inner. F. M. WARE. carcftMes. is au d; . no oblect. All I ask is a chance al It. You will y, THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. RILBT, Proprietor, London. - - Kemtuoky. bUr FRANK RIL.Y, -- M.-rRUPLEY,-- IkaTempv.dtomy new Hotel aad ata prepared than ever to accommodate ih. public Jood Livery attached aad .very coaveaieac. Give me a call. Jt Cscrrisbg Fpixvttw. W. S. li Eacolrinf Hi. : s- t- at SPRING : AND : SUMMER Griggs Do you mean to' say you have been married three years and havo Brlggs of GOODS call. Stanford, Call and eaanlne my work before haviog your carnage repainted. I am located iu th. only shop In town in which fine work can b. dine and will b her. permanently. I solicit a stisie of your pstrosage which I will endeavor to merit by workmanship and fair treatment ol alt. Shop In Mrisbon & Greer's shop on Som.iset street. 1 A. H. KINLEY, Stanftrd, Ky. first-cla- ss Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me W. S. Burch, Alty. at Law. R. M. Newland, Deputy Sheriff. three children? P A WH Stanford. Wallao Varnon, Stanford, Settle-nen- ts Es-atc- s, sr- B. Castlemaa. A. O. Lasbaas ,ROYAL lesirance Company WUTEUOOt. ARBEE&CASTLEMAJN MANAGERS, I Commerce Building, Lonisrillt Xgeats throughout the South W. JL TBXSBLS, Local JLfft&t, ST ANPORD. KY. TO THE LADIES. . the fact I desire to call your atteutlon to Matting that I n anv serve you In Drsj the indall.W I talc, what1b.1t.fashion Journaf. should wear. ladles ami keed posted on PricM reasonable. Come in and give me a trial. X employ none but first class help. iAt present I can bft found at Miss Carrie Porter's residence on Lancaster Strjet. SMITH, MISS Respectfully, J. Stanford, Ky. jjta. ITHE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains night and day. Patrons taken to any part oftown Free of Charge. - ZT Mill, Why Is It, I wonI And Others. h,J- A??I.AHSTlNf der, that a woman will always turn to & Son. UWTutST '&!." Lancaster, Ky., Special Attention to Mall Orders. Sold on Easy Payments. tHow to Make Swallow Hows. the end of a novel and read tho last Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I ev.s page before reading tho other part of it? U. "?w. n,fVM opion. and invites the attention er knew, who seived n.any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. "Swallow bows" are now taking tho ot the builders of Lincoln couuty to its material, Mr. Crlmsonbeak Sewing Machines repaired and warranted. Her propensity to tuperioi workmanship and low prices. Mote place of butterfly bows, and are mado get COOB1, Is. P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. the last word, I suppose, leads her Address, In this way: Take a stiff glace ribbon two or three inches wide and cut one to do it. Yonkers Statesman. Ky. SOME OUR S THE HERD OK end with long, sharp points llko a Economy. Door East of Mcllob-- x .. Pertecllr clear noDlaror vellnw nln Office Up Stairs; First swallow's tail. Place a loop below, Mrs. Itozilslcl I vos so sheared, I 3"' ta' Drug Store. which represents the thickness of the could feel der goose flesh all ofer inel It.So per bundled. As low as 1 no ner hn.?..i bird's body, and then two side ends cut Mr. Rozilskl Vy didn't you safe homo SPRING AND SUMMER. Allpatternsand thlcknmsesol Ceiling In yellow in diagonal points for the wings. With of it und cook It for dinner? Brooklyn pine, poplar, chestnut aLd ash. as low as Ji.sj per R. H. Bronaugh,!Pror, hundred. Double dressed lumber as low Something to Beautify the Ladies. a rosette as a finish this makes a very Eaple. per hundred, lltaulitul vellow pine finlshliiif iu i lumber, ... Grab .Orchard, - - Kentucky. uuarter oak. Ac. Snmuvhni..ii. ... ... effective bow. A charming hat trimmed "" '""" ' Milking l'repn rations. ' ordeis. Dilly openimng. New Hats, flowers and laces with two of these swallow bows, one T E LANCASTIJk PLANINO MILL, We glvo the assurance to the trade that they will on cither side, was of black leghorn, "I understand that Freddy is getting1 p Pig, for sale from the btst types of Rcglsterd 73 n find In our establishment the same eaclusiveness Lancaster. to ho married." all Stock. Breeders secured .rum tnc beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited in style of paHerns, hats and bonnets and we the with fluted brim and a full red Juno ready aie rose in each flute novelties in Millinery for which "What is ho doing?" known throughout the country. "Talcing lessons at a cooking-school.- " trimmer for the seaI secured a I Useful Aid In the Fre Tha Dally Nap erratson of Beauty. I American women might learn an advantageous lesson of their French sisters In the art of keeping young. But It is no receipt for cosmetics that they would acquire. First of all, French dames do not worry, or If they do they conceal tho fact admirably. They are apparently on the crest of the wave of good fortune perpetually. Kext, and almost equally important, they decline tojhurry. They take llfo moderately, paruxiu weir uuues wiuitnro nassvo Hup linger over their pleasures. And fn these two simple rules lies a mine of wealth for her who is wise enough to appropriate ru The dally dap Is a valuablo auxiliary to preserving youth. 'And, speaking of rest, Mrs. Alma Caldcr Johnson deplores tho fact that tho little flap of flesh once wont to cover our car orifices at will is no longer In working order. "It was at one time, jxru know," she says, "just like our eyelids, and could thus shut out sound as readily as tho former could Bhut out sight. Now, however, we must resort to artificial means to Test our tired tympanums. I often think what a blessed privilego it would bo to bo able to stop up our cars whenever wo wanted. There Is nothing that rests mo like closing my eyes, and I make a practice of always doing so in street cars and like places. Thus I pain odd minutes of repose, with comparatively littlo expenditure of time." Philadelphia Times. day long and doesn't say, anything to anybody. Either he Is going to bo a great poet, or ho Is going to havo tho measles. I can't dccldo yet which it is. Toxas'Siftings. Surprised at Her Knowledge. Tramp Pleas, mum, I'm a financier, . and Housekeeper Huh You look llko It. Tramp You surprise mo, mum. I'd hardly have suspected that a lady In place would be bo this out-o- f thc-wfamiliar with Wall street as to know a Ban on the wrong side of tho market when she sees him. N. Y. Weekly. J ay Griggs What do you mean? Briggs They aro all tho same age. Brooklyn Life. The Coming Shakespeare. Mr. Yerger I'm afraid there's some thing tho matter with Tommy. Col. Yerger What makes you think so? Mrs. Yerger no sits in a corner all It Yes. and that Isn't the worst B. K. WEA1EN -- Burola, & Rowland. Go., Conors! Collectors, Stanford , Lincoln Kentucky, WeefTerouricTvIcsstothepuhllctodo a gen, Ool'ecli.g itjslnrss. Accounts, notes, .ic. collected In all partaol the county. u 6m Dealer In- - Cultivators, 'Disk Harrows, J. : T. : SUTTON". Land Rollers, Buggies, UNDERTAKER, Carriages, Wagons, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. STAITTOBD, KY. m W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. people ol West LI Full stock of Cofflas ana uasteit always on nana. I). 3, Carpenter, Manager. 9) coin and Casey Counties. B- Offers his services o th. Xlaorn Your Cattl. Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Dont Fail to See Our Window Shades. Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. I will go to any pUce wher. there are lx or Bote cattle to hora. I do the work with th. Lightning Dehorner. Cats dehorn any cow In three seconds. The half, makes a clean, smooth cut, does not crcah oor break the horn, as the clipper doe. It Is th only humane way U dehorn Doe not punish the animal like the saw, and the wound gels well a quick again as IhM made by th. saw. For furtner ickrmitleo. cart O. A. PKYTO.V, Stanford, ky. See the Llghtn'og Pruning Hook. lot. M. S. Bavchmsn. J. W. fUUCH-A- S. Door" signs? NNdd. Peddler Want any "Please Shut the Ko Sign a Jimson Dont need 'em. "Your door hasnt any spring." "People always shut it when they go out," "ThaVs queer." "I'm a tax assessor. They shut It with slam." N. Y. Weekly. He Was as Uood as a Menagerie. We Beat In Low Priees LIVERY, FEED & SALE raoraiiTORs M.S.&J.W.Baughman, STABLE, Stanford, Kentucky. first-class And must sell the goods. Give us a call. WITHERS & HOOKER. Mr. Van Doublet Now, pway, don't Jet me detain you, Miss Wobberta, if you aro In a huwwy, don'tcherknow. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below Miss Hobberts Oh, not at all. I was only going to the menagerie, and er and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. and, I dont think I care about going The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. thero now that I have met you. Truth. The New Home, style five, $28. It Depenilrd. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted Mrs, Manhattan How long is it customary for a widow to wear mourning for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are for her husband in Chicago? Mrs. Wabash Weeds Thero is no offered: fixed rule about it. It depends upon i ! OK G AITS: how well acquainted you are. I am Bush & I Mason & Hamlin, generally pretty lucky. N. Y. World. dickering, Hazelton, Chicago Cottage, Gerts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, True to Her Instinct. Kimball, Summer, Kimball, Ilinzc, Prince READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. for rates. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouu will tear, our stable. See as In our HASHES! IHOP or HatneM, Have your repairing done by our man, he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our Vou will find a good assortment BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee flrst'Classworh prices. Tjy oar horse shoer. and satisfactory TO THI CITZZZNS PIANOS: Of Lincoln County. The New Mrs. Crlmsonbeak Lancaster Planing 3H, B. Stanford, OLUE-GL'AS- OF PRICES: Duroc Jersey Red Swine1 &W& n... 1 -- ' lea-tin- hae son. 1 hanking you lor past favors, we literally solicit your patrouage heretofore so Leatawed. M. D. DUDDtRAR KATh DUDDERAK, Manager. first-cla- ss A Drawing Koom'.i OecorntloiiH. m Judge. Rftfreshinff .lath, Hot or A styliih Hair Triiclor CUaa Shave, Oofe Farmer's Barbor The walls of a certain drawing-rooTho Cause of Ills WittidrauriiL are very eftectivelj treated end in a Willy I hear you havo been a good unique manner. Deep maroon brocade deal confined lately. What was the has been tacked over it to simulate wall- causo of it? paper, but with a result far richer than Wally I didn't havo ten dollars. -- tho costliest variety of paper. Tho Life. heavy fubrio forms n superb backNo Dnnger. ground for th-- j pictures and ornaments Miss Passco (virtuously) Well, I of tho room, and is splendid in its effect hcn lighted by the many glittering should like to see a man try to kiss mo at the gate, that's alii candelabra with which tho apartment good-bMiss Sixteen (mischievously) So Bhlncs at night. 6hould I. Somcrvillo Journal. Temperature nf Curlluc Tones. A TVUu Man. A great deal of hair Is ruined by curl"You say you and your wife never ing tongs being too hot. Tho tongs do little harm at a lower temperature, and quarreled?" "Never. You sec, whenever she fires by taking a littlo moro tlmo tho curls up I always go ouL" Atlanta Constituare Justus good. tion. The Latest IJnntlkrrclilefs. No Doubt or it. New hankerchiefs have scalloped Cold, Attorney (badgering witness) Now, and daintily embroidered borders and go to it is tho correct thing to sew narrow sir, wouldn't you Illko to swear Witness Yes, would. Spare MoShop. lace around the scallops sufficiently fult ments. to give a ruffled effect. y New Process Vapor Stoves A. C. Sine, Successor to 3H1 BBtw tcflU p-sPiir We arc now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experience it has not had a single explosion! We guarantee every stove we put out, ake it to your house and show you its simplicity. J. W. Perrin, William Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. G. Waller, B. K. Wearen, J. W. Wal-acJ. W. Ramsey, A. J, Karp, W. F. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. "See the best Stove on earth be. fore buying. ; References. ,iiundCba;'.ye?.mTCMl e, BS ffii FOR, CASH ONLY, 'AW ivfrbJ.n"..' te,- ?.?".j.ssai h . tentlonto WIRE nnrt SLAT FENCE Mill in tho ?k f nuildlBB Malc- - writes. i nv rtrir. ti.-- W. H, Wearen & Co. IRON AND STEEL ROOFTOfi j ". u . i .. t fence . . Mill work at City Prices. . !,' , ni 4. -- . , V.J A --