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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895043001 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. - t . - fv .1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY. TUESDAY; APRIL 30. 1895. CRAB ORCHARD. OF A LOCAL NATURE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. -- XXIII. ov it- NO. 18 .! N t A Few Words for Turnersvllle. In l.nKuH n. i u v -- . P t -- Win. Jones nnil James Oloyd aro Cholera and pneumonia are killing The Christian Aid Society will meet number of hogs in this vicinity. under arrest at Somerset for stealing a with Mrs. R. E. McRobcrts Saturday afn Ix.on ..tt.ll.t.n.l -- Urab Orchard Is Httll Improving, a horse from Sam Morrow. ,. ternoon. T.,.o.-.,iit imnnii it n The lease of tho Laurel Seminary to Mr. Wm. Parke, ot Marksbury, places of Lin-- 1 " blacksmith shop having ben added one ol the earliest settled the Transylvania Presbytery at London bought a nice lot of hogs of Mr. Bogg, of ., i - no .iu i. .lain i,r untt n - .D,"v 'J uu """' """-r- . -- no u"v Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you viutu, jvv Crab Orchard has a candy kitchen for n period ot 60 years, to he used as an Buckeye, at 4. the writer Is unable to learu even uient, now. whore Mr. J. S. Kdmlston makes all academy, has virtually been consumat- Tho Loyal Legion, consisting princifrom our oldeat citizen. So wo rIv.s n ed. pally of juvenile members, met Sunday concerning the pro- kind of delightful enndy. few modern sketches Mr J. W. James Is laying in a quanThe Blue Grass Laundry Company, afternoon at the Methodist church. gress of its rontons, social and commertity of Bteatn coal for his distillery with that has been doing business on Vine A Bible Reading Circlo is a recent cial interests. a view to tho strike at tho mines which street, has pulled up stakes aud will re- organizilion in Lancaster, and a number eell lS4pata Turnersvllle belnj? unfortunately locagenerally comes Inter on. move (he plant to Ilarrodsburg. Lex- of persons are included as members. ted (from a commercial view) to where Usv. 0. J. Young preached Satur- ington. Leader. Tho wills of Mrs. Jano Walker, Mr. as vet, no railroad hai found ito way, -- Sit id said that Judge B.irr's' decision H. O. Sutton and Mrs. Clara Beazley been thrown over its day night, Sunday and Sunday night at shadows havo tho Christian church. Ufa sermon Sun- that Mercer county must pay its bonds were probated in our courts last week. commercial interests by the inclination Any Shade you like. day morning on tha Lord's Supper waa issuPiJrln aid of tha Louisville Southern Dr. T. J. Hood has removed from of people to drift toward its neighboring very flno, Mr. Young comes from Lex- railroad, has thrown a damper on the Lexington to Lancaster, his old home, to railroad towns caused mainly by that pe ington and has been employed by this free turnpike advocates, who do not practice his profession, that of dentistry. railroads, and partly culiar attraction of want any more taxes voted. Elder Wm. Walden has accepted a taken in the past by church to prearh tho rest of tho year. by the llttlo interest Mr. J. W. Collier has been to Farls-toByron L. Allen died at Lawrence-bur- g pastoral call to the Christian church at man in not supplying, their its business to look after hla mill Interests there. from the effects of an overdose of Washington, Ind. May success attend stocks with more complete lines of mur Mr. A. II. Bast In has ordered a line morphine said to have ben taken acci- him. chaudlsotind thereby forcing Its citizens ot new buggies and will soon have dentally. Ho v as a son of Col. William A marriage license was .issued last ou somo occasions to visit other townB, livery accommodations in connec- Allen, Ilanodsburg, and a brother of week to Mr. Allen Sherrow and Miss of aflalrs no longer exbut a this state tion with his new hotel. Mrs. Gus n Warren Allen, who has frequently visSterling Lock Bracelets, Lizzie Ranes. Both are residents of ists, the place is rapidly improving. Adis visiting friends in Louisville. ited this place. Shirt Waist Sets, mitting that Its neighboring towns have Miss Jean Buchanan is in Richmond visThe thriving little town ot Wilmore Tho wedding that was anticipated Belt Buckles, had theso advantages, wo nro gUd to feel iting Mias Beesie Miller. Mrs. A. II. Is soon to bloom into a city last Thursday night at prayer meeting that In all other respect, Turneruvllle Opera Guards. remains upou an equal footing with any Bostln, Misses Hannah McFall and Lula It will be incorporated this fall, when at the Baptist church failed to occur. It A Full Line of Stuart spent a few very pleasant days at the Nlcholasvllle Water Works Co. will is rumored it will be this week. towns of corresponding size. It has four to that place, putting Mrs. J. B. Turner entertained the Y. churches, two Chrlstiau, ono Methodist, Dudderar's Mill fishing and visiting Mr. extend their pipes Dudderar's family. Mrs. G. A. Rice, of them on th) same footing iu this respect M. W. L. S. Friday afternoon. A delightonelhptlst, all of which have regular with the county seat. Nicliolasville ful luncheon was served. Beautiful services from once to twice por month Washington, D. C, visited htr mother, At Prices Beyond Competition. chromatella roses were the souvenirs for attended by largo Mrs. F. W. Dillion, the lattor part of the Journal. and frequently oftener, each guest. audiences generally. They nlso conduct week. Mrs. Dillioti accompanied hums MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The city couccilmen are considering iutereHtluK Sunday schools. As to the far as Junction City on her return home, Mies Elizabeth Ohenault, daughter, the advisability of covering the public progress of one we are able to testify, as whoro both visited Mrs. W. B. Burko, we have visited tho school aud can say Jr. Mrs. Rico will in the future reside of Win. Bennett, and Evan S. McCord, squaro in our city with asphalt. If tho matter under consideration materializes that we have never observed more pro iu Now York City, where her husband will be married at Richmond, May S. According to the Now York snecial then our square will be excellent for cyfound interest ia any Sunday bcIiooI. has been appointed passenger and ticket Good reports come likewise from tho agent of the O. & 0. Mrs. Dr. Stapp is Lillian- Russell is again contemplating cling and eknting. A fine sermon was delivered on the other schools. Prayer meetings are also still detained In Louisville on account of matrimony. This time Walter Jones is Bald to be the lucky or unlucky man. "Grapes of Escal," by Mr.- Charles Albeing conducted by somo of the churches the serious illness of her father. Miss Ella Watson, who has formerly Mr. Frank G Snyder, ol Louisville, len ThomHS nt the Christian --church on There are two schools In tho place, Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and lawhich havo nch year a term of five lived in Lancaster, spent Saturday and brother of Mrs. Jumes T. Carson, wilt Sunday. Prof. J. M. Hubbard also de- We carry the In cheap and memouths and generally an additional term Sunday with her friend, Mrs. D. B. Kd- marry Mis) Lula Martin, a Paris belle lighted his audience on the same day, by dies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. Her picture appears in Sun- an excellent sermon on "Intellectual dium priceladies Shoes our $1 29, $1 50 and $2 goods are bargains. ono ol mlston, before going to Louisville, whero of from three to Jive month, which has at present a school in session. she will in future reside. She has what day's Courier Journal, showing her to be Education." We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi Mr. James Hill and family will move Tho parents are at least awako to a high tow Iadiea can boast of, both beauty aud a very ueautllul woman. intelligence. Mrs. McWhorter, of Ciay The co education ot tho sexes at the this week to their new house recently urn price goods. Our men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great bargain sense of educational duties toward their children and when they And higher county, came Sunday to visit her sod, Mt. Uaion College, 0 , is getting a back- erected on Danville street. The house Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing ou grades of instruction necetaary than can Mr. John McWhorter. Miss Maggie Pieai-an- set. The president in a speech to the they havo been occupying will be taken . is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. students the other day said: "It is said by Mrs. Oslo Huffman and family, who stock and it costs you nothing to look. Turnersville, they do bo obtained in to enter their children in loct, at May wood. Messrs. W. E. Per that matches aro made iu heaven, but, for the past three years bayo been living not hesitate higher schools, which wo feel proud to kiut and W. A. Careou have gotten back by the way things aro going, I think a in Louisville. Died in Ibis place, at the advanced say, can bo found in our owu county at from tho city, whero they purchaaedf a branch ofllce has been opened at ML Unhandsome lino of new goods. Col. W. ion College. Altogether, there has been age of 70 years, Mr. Nathan A. Thompeither Stanford or Iiustouvllle. The OJd Fellows have a lodfco in tho G. Welch and J. W. Ouest spent part of too much courting and not enough study, son. He was a member of tho Christian tho week in Crab Orchard. This being and the faculty means to make a revolu- church and bis funeral was preached place and from appearances, the Sunday afternoon by Mr. Charles Allen ot this people Into that wonderful tho birth place of both gentlemon, they tion along this line." Thomas at the family residence on Richsecret organization promotes pleasure, naturally enjoy a visit here occasionally. HUI1LE. Dr. Fajne, Jr., Mr. W. 0. Hutchlnasand mond street. Interment in the Lancas charity, peace and good to all men. We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call -- W. EI. Underwood,, sold to Judge ter Cemetery. His wife was a Miss Phil There is now In full operation an ex- Mr G. D. Willis moved to Livingston ot which it baa been this week, Dr. Fayne to practice bis Robinson a lot of yearling steers at ips, of this county. A widow and two and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. cellent grist mill, sons are left to mourn his death. said, that one must Uke to It an addi- profession, Mr. Hutchlngs to engage in $2360. Mr. Ira G. Taylor and wife, of DanPlanting corn and shearing sheep is tional empty sack to the one full of grain, the drug business and Mr. Willi to enin order to save an extra trip back for gage in the jewelry business, success to the order of the day. No price is set on ville, were in our city the latter part of last week. Miss MarySandifer, of Mid' the clip yet. the balance of his grinding. At least we them. will not bo forcgood many dlesboro, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs' Lewis Withers has sold a White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and will guarantee that you IEATH'8 MIMM. corn planters in this community and it's John M. Logan. Hon. R. H. Tomlinson Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of without getting any ed to leave the mill baa returned from a trip through the -- Col. W. G. Welch received a dls the best one yet. of the proceeds of your grain aud possibly The good "women ot this neighbor- West. Mr. E. W. Arnold, who has been eyen your empty sack. There are two patch Sunday morning informing him of blacksmith shops, also two carriage shops the death of his sister, Mr. E. T. Roch- hood have organized Ladies' Aid Socie- in Louisville for the past two months atin the place, all of which claim to be In ester, at Dallas, Texas. She bad been in ties at RuBh Branch and McKendreo tending the Business College, was called We are sure that delicate health for a long time, but a fa- churches and wo hope success may borne last Saturday by the extreme illIN VIEW OF- successful operation. ness ot his mother. Mrs. R. E. Hughes, as sood workmen as can be tal termination of her diseases was not crown their efforts. wit have Dr. O'Neal thinks ihat Mrs. Wro. of Lawrenceburg, is the guest of her considered as probable, so the shock of found in tho country. Tho now parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. Miss lus proven even a greater conven- tho announcement was all the keener Hubble is improving slowly. Eph from his pond Marie Warren, of Stanford, is visiting caught a jumper ience to the people than expected. As felt. Mrs. Rochester waa Miss Emma JULY 1, 1895, we offer to the merchandlso huslnees it is won- Virginia Welch andwaj &(J years ot age. weighing 4J pounds. James Englemrn her aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan. Miss marked improvement Her first husband was Mr. Henry Helm and John Faulkner came down Friday Fish, of Crab Orchard, is visiting her derful to see the in tho last four or live months. The peo- and ono child, who is now Mrs. John T. to fish a few days. Their many friends cousin, Miss Rella Arnold. Miss Ella Watson left Saturday to enter Bryant & ple seem proud that tjiolr wants can now Gano, was born to them. Her second are always glad to see them come. Stratton Business College in Louisville. bs supplied at homo with more conven- busbaud. Capt. E T. Rochester, and four Wid Hall, who, at the lest term of Dr. George Petty, of Nevada, "Mo., alter Everything in our line, such as- ience, less expense and it possible even children survive her to suffer the loss of the Federal District court, was found an absence of 25 years, is here the guest a faithful wife and devoted mother. A upon butter terms. guilty of wholesale swindling and of us- of his brother, Mr. Joo Petty, and famiLast but not least, Turnersville is sur- member of tho Presbyterian church and ing the mails as the medium ot carrying ly. Mr. J. G. Sweeney was called to O- rounded by ono of tho most prosperous a woman of fine mind and attractive on .his operations, was sentenced by ensboro lost week by tUe death of his farming neighborhood, possessing the presence, oho was enabled to do great Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Judge Barr to the Jeilersonville penitenmost fertile soil that can ba found in all good for her Master's cause. She hasv tiary to serve a term ot IS months and brother, Hon. Wm. N. Sweeney. Mr. Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you Unithe country, owned and cultivated by many friends here, who will sorrow over to pay n fine of $50. Stephen R. Hall, a Charles Allen Thomas, of Kentucky from. , versity, was with his friend, Mr. Letcher a large stock to select industrious, honest farmers, her death and feel a deep sympathy for wide wake, younger brother of Wid, and who was whose aspiration is that none may excel those most seriously aflected by it. .The implicated with him in the crimes, was Owsley, on Saturday and Sunday. R M. West is at home from.'a visit at Eaton, them In their products either quantity or remains were interred at Dallas yester- sent up for a year and fined 50. Penn. Mrs. Mary Hackley, ot Danville, great pride In day, where she and family went to live a quality and who also Uke The Nicaraguan government has temlive stock. Then why with all these ad- year or two ago, "but they will ultimately porarily baliled the British by declaring was visiting her cousin, Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury, last week. Wm. McJobn-sto- n vantages should Turnersville not prosper? be brought here for final interment. Corinto a closed port and abandonhas returned from antextenslve trip To onend all wo are glad to welcome , ing the place. The British will havo to through the mountains ot Eastern KenLow Rates to Washington, D. C. you intc our churches, Sunday schools, resort to other methods to collect their tucky. Dr. Dunlap and wife, of DanThe Chesapeake it Ohio railway will prayer meetings, entertainments, and I have an immense stock o( goods now arriving which will revolu: indemnity, and it is believed to be quite ville, were visiting In our city Sunday. all of which we sell round trip tickets to Washington on also into our homes, to tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible that Great Britain may declare glad to havo you My 7 and 8 at one faro for the round-tri- p, shall be more than possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming good 15 days. Persons desiring to war. William A. Lippert, who wns exS. Olivzh. come. my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these M. Scamberg is said to have secured stay longer ban havo their tickets extradited from the United States after hia to control o the Big Sandy oil territory, arrest at Cincinnati last December, has goods will arrive in the next few days. Clifton, Tkxab. Mr. M. G. Cash, in tended 15 days or more by depositing abutting out the Standard completely. been convicted at Capetown, Cape Colsending his subscription for another them with ticket agent of terminal line d Raftsmen fired an oil well near ony, of forgeries aggregating $S43,G75 says "the Intkbiok Jouhnal is to in Washington. The Chesapeake & Ohio year, to secure light to work by, and the and sentenced to seven years' penal serA good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat gi.50 worth $3. me like a letter from home twice a week railway is tho only Hue with through were burned, vitude. derrick and engine-houstrain Bervice from Lexington and Black cape Mcintosh $3.75 worth 5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c and I can't afford to do without it. I cities to Washington. Don't be causing a loss of about 1,500. sinceCeph Camphavo been a subscriber for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c Boy's knee pant suits for To the Democrats of Lincoln County. Four young persons were killed it way back In the early mislead into taking other routes, necesand 3. 50,, worth almpst double. Mens bell used to edit 2.00, N. Y., Friday night by I101 candidatt to repreient Lincoln countj In 65c, Ji.io, 1.40, coat, 2.50 and vest, ItTiaabeen very dry here nntll sitating changes of depots and trains. near Cochecton, pants '70'a. suits, 2.50 to $7.50, worth $5. to falling of a ledge of rock on which the next LegUUturs of Kentucky, subject to the and Youth's goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor party. I stand squarely 515. the 21st inst., when we had a very good Through sleepers can be secured on writ- the action of the Democratic Mens' fine suits, imported were standing. upon th National Democratic platform. Endorse rain, the first ot consequence slnca last ten or telegraphic advice to the under- they made for $12.50 to $15, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods John Anderson drank concentrated Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James O. McCre-ai- y August. It came too late to savo wheat signed. Two fast trains daily, leaving money for. for U. S. Senator and in favor of Free Turn- are equal to suits that tailors charge double the lye and died in a few hours at Selma, is entirely lost. Oats are Lexington ll'AQ a. Jr. and 7 r. m., arrivmost of which Kespectfully, Ala, He had just had a quarrel with pikes. S ! badly damaged. Wo have hopes now, ing at Washington 0:50 a. jr. and 2:40 r. M. F. North. day. Tickets will be sold by bis wife. however, of good corn and cotton. Pros- m. next Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know Bucldln's ArnlcaJSalve. Uail stones as big as goose eggs fell pect for fruit ot all kinds good, but very agents of all connecting lines. Geo. W. The best salve in the woild for cuu, bru'ies, that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them In Texas. Houses in three towns were sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tores, tetter, chapbackward. The above baa reference to Barney, District Passenger Agent, Lexand all skin eruptions. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist un-t- il riddled and cattle killed by the whole- ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay repaired. It Is lower than the lowest ot country, I don't know ington, Ky. It positively cure piles, or this section you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money sale. how It is In other portions of the State. refunded. Price as cents per box. For sale by The report comes from Vermont that in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of A. K. Penny, StanToid, Ky. With good wishes to you and all my the maple sugar crop in that State will Guaranteed Cure. check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for W authorixe ur advertised druggist U sellyou. Kentucky friends." Our for Headache. lf be only the average, but glucose Dr. King New Discovery for Consumption, . At a remedy 'for all forms of Headache Electric half price. Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you effect very best. to The new mantel and fireplace for and hickory bark will make up the us- aro afflicted with a Cough. Cold or any Lung Bitters hat provedand be themost dreaded Ithabitual Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They the Throat, or Cheat trouble and wUl use thii remedy a permanent cure "The Breakers," Cornelius Vanderbllt's ual supply. according to directions,givug it a lair trial and sick headache yields to its influence. We urge are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. dozmay retura the bottle all who are afllcted to procure a bottle and give experience do benefit, you It is estimated th.at 900,000,000 private residence at Newport. R. I., ia of fair trial. In cases ol habitual A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat; the very latest shaye, forji.15 and have your money refunded. We could not this remedy electric Sitters cures by giving the cotta, 17 feet high, and cost 175,000. en, or 10,800,000000 eggs, are laid every make this oBer if we did not know that Dr. Kings terra WThe sequel Buy and sell for Cash." needed tone to the bowels and few cases long re- worth i3. of1 the New Discovery could belied upon. It never The material was taken from the rulas year by the industrious beaa tree at A, K. Penny's sist Ube use ot this mediclm . Try it otce. Large 3L Trial bottles . TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. United States. bottle onlr to cents at A. R. Peony's Drug S(ore, drug suae. Large site joe and Si. ol an old Romaa villa at Pompeii. We dnre say that not one word bus To the Editor ol the Interior Journal. One Gallon of-- f flf flllT - o(Tfl i "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT o - ONLY: $1.40 '.PER: GALLON, b ,1 J1 4 Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. M , 1 Tl n first-cla- ss NEW NOVELTIES. T r ilof-man- Bry-antsvil- full-fledg- UF TO - BATE) s (GOODS DANKS, - JEWELER. - SHOES AND CLOTHING. - to-da- y. ts W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Wall Papep&Alabastine ,4 SI v Mixed Paints & Varnishes, W; B. M'ROBERTS. -- J ft. post-offi- ce En-glem- ACHAITGE AT COST FOR CASH -- I WAGONS.PLOWS, HARNESS, FARRIS & HARDIN i .J AMES FBYE. HUSTONYUXE, KY. t. War-fiel- CLOTHIUG DRESS O-OOHD- I Blue-Gra- ss e 1 4 21 one-ha- ,! 1 -- t . , V. , ,., w... ...... ,r .,.. .. . :..,: .. - : r- . , . .....mi j. i C25 6 ly v Editor Da ins, of the Middlesboro News, has announced himself a candidate for the republican nomination for commissioner of agriculture. Until he Stanford, Ky., - April 30, 1896 located in the Majjlc Oity, Mr. Dains didn't know enough about farming to tell whether pumpkins grew on trees or W. P. WALTON. stalks, bnt since cultivating lots that sold for $300 a front foot, he has caught on so fast that be now thinks he knows OB-it all and is ready to give the hayseeds all the information they want at a salary 5'emi-Weekly Interior Journal 8 PAGES. of 2,000 a year. t. ?, Si ,A-- ' Senator Blackburn is a "feenancier" 'with a big F, and what be doesn't know he guesees at. How is thin for a statement from a man who represents the great State of Kentucky in the House of Lords: "Inside the mechanical realm gold and silver both have intrinsic value, but when taken out and adapted for the purpose of a function whlclnwe call jnoney, their intrinsic value disappears utterly and the only value that attaches is that which is measured by the public confidence reposed in the ability and the integrity of purpose of the government that issues them." Until so informed by this eminent authority, we common people were of the impression that real money stood on its own merit and that the stamp was merely the guar antee that the coin hid so many grainB of fineness. If the Senator is right, aluminum, paper or any otb?r cheap material would be better and handier for a circulating medium. Gov. Matthews, of Indiana, takes ser ioualy the suggestion in ado jocosely that he bo made the democratic standard bearer for president next year and intimates that he is a willing Barkis. The governor shouldn't permit his bead to be turned by such thttery, but tarry In Jericho till his beard be grown. Tnana is a man in Montgomery, W. Va., named Stepladder. It ought to be easy work for bim to scale the dizzy heights of fame. NEWSY NOTES. William Wilson, a Nicholas county farmer, and a tenant named Conyers, shot and fatally wounded each other. Dr. J. L. Long, representing the State Board of Health, sayB that in Kentucky tho scattering cases pf small-po- x ai under perfect control and no occasion for alarm oxUts anywhere! The republicans are said to be planning to rush through the next Congress a bill to withdraw from circulation all notes under the denomination ol 10, in order to force silver Into circulation. In that way the republican leaders hope to convince tho silver peoplo that they are the only true friends of silver. The Chesapeake & Ohio has leased from the Louisville & Nashville, the right to run its trains between Louisville and Lexington for the term of 99 years, the O. & O. to provide its own terminal facilities at Louisville and Lexington and a road to be constructed connecting tho Shelby railroad at Shelby vlllo with the Lexington branch of the L & N, so as to make tbe distance between Louisville aud Lexington not more than 84 miles. Engineers will locate the cut off at once. FARM AND TRADE Corn sold nt $1.75 at a sale in Garrard county. It is scarco at $2.25 here. J. U. Bailsman A Co. have bought 1,000 bushels of wheat in the last few days at GOc. E. P. Woods took two car loads of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday, mot of which ho bought in this county at 4c. Jno. B. Embry, the Napoleon of the lamb and cattle trailo in this county, has engjgedbetween 5,000 and 7,000 lambs in this and adjoining counties for Juno and July delivery. For the June lambs he paid 5 cents and the July 4 J cents. Jessamine Journal. Mr. James Dudderar says this has been thb finest April for crops he re members in his rather long life and that he never saw tho prospects better. Ho doesn't think there will be any peaches to speak of, but of apples there will be no end unless a frost comes later, which is not likely. i The More ws Sell the Cheaper we e The Cheaper we Sell the More we Sell. And we do Sell More than ever Because we sell Cheaper than ever. Here are facts, figures and untouched prices. Come and sec the goods with your own eyes. Economy the order of the day. It may take a few minutes longer to get to us but the saving will amply com pensate you. Our prices arc economical and arc in touch with the times. 15 Pure bred White Cochin Kgff for ti.A't-drctJt. C. 1IBRRY, Danville, Ky. 4t s, - WARD MOORE. Ol Crab Orchard, Is a candidal fcr Rrproten'a tive in thaneit legislature, lubjeel to the acton ot the Democratic Convention to be held it Stanford on Monday, May 13th. i' i ' i a;, i f IB ft fts :? r' I i .,., . -- v Tbk Interior Journal has no favorite for a candidate for the Legislature and is only interested in the success of the parBeing fully apace with the times we recognize the fact that a dolty, which recent developments show is in as bad a fix in Lincoln county, as lar should purchase more goods now than heretofore, hence many elsewhere. What we want is a good mosey. Addreai, Stanford, Ky. 101. surprises will greet you from day to day at our store, An exception1st delivery., man, a true democrat and one who can al sale of O. Vanoy has engaged his lamba to command the respect of all classes and John Johnson, of Boyle, for June 1st deunite the factions and lead us to victory. livery at 5c. We believe that such a candidate can be 'OKA VALUABLE AND H. T. Bush sold to Wilson Bros., of secured if the preciuct conventions, gelding by Horse Cave, a which by the way, will be held at the Eagle Bird, for $175. voting places as now constituted, will J. B. Gentry's Hindoo mare, Gang) a For this week at 4, $$, $j, $S, Sio, $12, Sec our line of Shoes send their best men to the convention 2d, dropped a fine bay colt yesterday by and Oxfords for Ladies and Misses from 50c to S3. A big line of uninBtructed, except to impress on them LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. the great racer,- Tenny. the importance of nominating the most ilaughman ind Otheri, Plalntifff, agalmt Carpets and Mattings at The John Cash bought in the South- J. - V. Harry Ilaughman and Otheri, Delta. available man for tbe contest. Send Notice of Sale. western portion of this county a bunch men who are thoroughly imbued with Puriuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit of mountain cattle at 3)c. Court, rendered at ill February term, 1S9J. In the party success and let them counsel to- fire at Frankfort. j: W. K. Vanderbllt is considering the at,oye ttyled proceeding, the undersigned Com- A Georgia woman got rid of an ungether,' untrammeled by any pledges or mitaicncr lll, on advisability of buying a lot of trotters instructions, and we are Buro they can desirable husband by shooting his brains and campaigning Europe. TUESDAY, MAY.21nt, 1895, same a candidate acceptable to all fac- out wbile he slept. Prof. J. M. Hubbard sold to T. A. Between 'I i A. M. and 3 P. M.a it the residence of Robert Ford died on the gallows at tions. Coulter a harness gelding for $75 and a the late Henry liaughman, tell at public outcry to Kaanviue lor a muruer tnat resulted ovtbe highett and bets bldacr tr.e Farm of Jersey cow for $25 to J. O. McClary. Thi election committee of the Tonnes er a game of cards. E. L. Davis bought tbe first of the 316 Acres, One Rood, Four Poles, ,see Legislature reports that it found Alexander Porteous, a young ScotchA. URBANSKY & CO.. Proprietors. enough fraudulent votes to give Turney week 50 yearling cattle at prices ranging Of Land, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., on the man, was murdered at Paducab by Tom from $12.50 to $18 per head. Midway Stafford A Halts Gap Turnpike Road, i of a a plurality of 2,353, instead of 574 for E iwards, a carpenter. T; D. RANEY, Manager. mile from the city of Stanford and juit outside of Evans, on the face of the returns. It the limits of said city. 'Said farm la in a high The 'Merchants' National Bank, of Clipper. state ol cultivation and improvement. It hat upfinds that 22.3S9 ballot were illegal, Tbe ABhland Oaks was won at Branch Stores. on it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 Rome, Ga., has closed its doors. Tbe Saturday by Mr. W. H. Laude- - rooms, with large, roomy balls and porches. The of which were cast for Turney for 9,733 bank's capital is $100,000. outbuildings In excellence ol character are in Cynthiana, filly Heesie in 1:48?, one keeping wun ine dwelling noute, inciuumg one 01 Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, governor and 12,050 for Evans. The five Shelby county has 433 miles of man's Hanover the very best barns in the county. The icnciug Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. republicans on the committee will make turnpike. mile dash. outside and In it good. 'Ihe farm 1$ well watered ,It will take a good deal of The Louisville Jockey Club has of- by ponds, pools and running streams. A rare opa minority report attacking tbe constitu- taxation to make them free. purchase oneot the must band $350 a day for portunity is sfforaed to tionality of the poll tax law and conine In a duel at Selma, Ala., 20 shots fered Sousa and bis daring the Spring vaiuaoie ana uciiraDicnomet inlull county. possession of The purchaser ill be given demning the investigation as unfair and were exchanged concerts on the lawn said farm on the 1st day of June, 1805. by two men. One was Said farm is bounded at follows: iieglnnlng at meetng, which begins May 0. incomplete. killed and tbe other is dying. a point in the centre ol the Stanford A flails J. F. Gover has lost about 50 hogs turnpike, corner to Kewland, thence S. (9 Gap. The loss from Montreal's fire will be Speaker Osisp has declared, for the within the last few weeks from cholera. 6$ poles is links to a stone, corner lo time, thence a corner 73 poIcsiS free coinage of silver and for a Western $500,000. About 20 persons were injur- They would have averaged 100 pounds S. 70 a W.thence S. t8 links to post links to to E. 156 poles 6 a Ncwland, ed and several deaths will be the result. stone, corner lo New land, thence S 704 W. 108 man for president. He thinks some good and he had fed them corn during tho ento a stake in Newlind hue and corner' to A constable's posse of four was amman, with a military record and identiredcrick, thence S j deg. 7 inln W. 47 poles 16 tire winter. links to a tlake In line of Frederick, thence 8. fied with the dominant sentiment that bushed near Pittsburg, Tex. Two were 8Vi R. ta doIci to rot at corner of sarden. thence J. B. Gentry has a linkt to ttake in centra of now controls the party, can lead it to vic- killed and tho other, two fatally wound- that he refused $1,000 for a few days ago. S.fti E. iss poles soopposite aa small black walnut Miwd'i Gap road, ed. tory again, but the financial issues must of a Hin-do- o atanuing op west side ot road, thence with centie Forest fires are again raging in tha He is by Imp. Order and out All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing of rtnd N'. H K. 61 poles islinks to a stake in cenbe met squarely. He says tbe time has part of Wisconsin devastei last year, and mare. With 130 pounds up ho rau tre of the road and corner to Alex Martin, thenco N. Eo'4 V ii poles 13 links ti a stake, comer to done in first class style. not come yet for tho party to notiiinnte a homesteaders are fleeing to places" of a half at Lexington last week in 50 sec- tame, the ice N. 19 K. 16 polct to a tuke in line of Southern man and for that reason be safety. Dudderar tract and corner to tame, thence N. jp onds. M. a. 10 poles ta stske, coiner Mr. J. A. Dudderar, of McCreary, deg 55 min thenco N. ij't V. aji oIe. lo favors a Western man. Ilaughman containMrs. Tent Carson, of Lawrenceburg, Long Branch, to J. ing in the tKZTtU i6 ACrca Kood and Poles Ind., has sued her mother for has sold hin farm ou Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic of Intid. TnK Dutch jmposter, Schweinfnrtb, of D. Nave for J1.S00. Possession given The purpose of this tale Is for a divit'oa of the 31,000 for alienating her husband's afacproceeds amongst the plaintllf ami Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. Hock ford, III, who claims to bo tho MesJuly let., whrn he will remove to hifl cording to their respective nyhts. defendants siah, is getting knocked out on every fections. Lancaster 6, 11 and i in Lincoln. TERMS OF William Whisman, a farm hand near mill property KIHLEY. 8XPERIEHCED .PEWTER. months in mual rmvinents. the purchaser civlnir MR. round. A judgment for 530,000 damabund with approve.! personal security, payable u Portsmouth, O , sold his wife and his in- Record. ges agninbt him will cause his "heaven" Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. the Commissioner and bctnng interest from Tho Cumberland Park Trotting As of sale Lieu retained on the land as a further day terest in his household goods to Bill Milto be sold by the BheritT, and now the R. C. WARREN. sociation of Nashvillo has declared all lard for S10. M C. L. C.C. Hill & McUobcrts, Attys grand jury bus indicted him for open The supreme court of appeals of Vir- stakes and purses off for tho. fall meetconcubinage with the angels. It is passand a ginia refused to allow Mrs. Belva A. ing. The canse is lack of intorest ing strange that a decent aud civilized ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE Lock wood to qualify to practice before heavy loss of money sustained in tho ! community hns tolerated tbe fraud eo nast with no bettor prospects for the fu OK A that tribunal. Secretary Carlislo Bays that he has ture. Farris & Whitley bought of J, W. HANGING Gov. Brown rushes to the footlights to fully made up his mind to make two or OK THE . Ladies and Children's Light Colored and Black Slippers in ' & Bro., of Lincoln, 45 head of z Bay that he is for the free and unlimited three speeches in Kentucky during the Allen Same firm pold to ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, cattle at 3J. month of May. coinage of silver, with the Wm. Trewitt 250 fat hogs at 4J. The 30 A severe windstorm near Montgomratio of 10 to 1, independent of internaHousehold and Kitchen Furniture, tional agreement. He will be a candi- ery, Ala., blew down farmhouses and trotters sold at special sale in Boston by of Live Stock and Farming? Impledate for U. S. Senator on that platform killed one man. Full reports are ex- G. fc O. P. Cecil, brought a total Advocate. and about tbe middle of May will make pected to show other casualltiea. ments. Logan Denny, of Danville, is said to Independence, which has been a speech fully setting forth his views on As executors of Henry Iiaughman, ilec'd, we will time "dry" on tbe surface for nearly a quarter have refused an offer of $1,000 for his at the samet bidderand place tell at public outcry to State and National questions. With Heel or Spring Heel. a the highc of a century, went "wet" at tbe recent saddle mare, Francis P. She is in Nelson Rowland's bands and that gentle- Farm About It doesn't look like hard times, when election there by a majority of 21. Acres a few pictures by tbe old masters sold in Sydney, O., man went to the jail, man, who has ridden some of the best Of Land en Hanging Fork, in Lincoln county, A McKittrick, New York Friday for $191,787.50, one by found his wife, who bad boen caught in ones ever 'shown in Kentucky, says he Ky., and ad lining tne lands ofKdD. Peyton, Sam Peter Carter, W. il. Murphy, Van Dycb, "The Marchese De Spinola a raid on a disreputable bouse, shot her believes she is the best mare in tbe Helm, Columbus Bishop and Adam Carpenter and commonly known as the Lyile farm. 1 his farm Is and her Little Daughter,"' bringing through the heart and made his escape. State. about $ miles from Stanford, on the Stanford Ar RACS9. When the sadMilledgeilleand the Knob Lick, McCormack's Louisvillk This is but another evidence of The West Virginia democrats have Turnersville turnpike roads, and hit rings at Louisville on Monday, Church & frame dwelling house, barnt, what fools we mortals be, when we've thought better of it and will not bold the dling bell uponita &c.,and it line Hanging Frrk got more money than we know what to proposed State convention to declare for May 0, it will inaugurate what promises land and It well watered InItgrata and in cult!, it now about to be the greatest race in the hiBtory of vatton. do with. free silver. Opposition to tbe scheme Tnc farm will be offered for sale in two parcels tbe Kentucky turf. Nearly 700 horses and as a whole and the highest bid or bids acceptto strong. track, embracing ed. Blackburn attempts to laugh became Senator Brick on the Also the Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of Paris, sold a are already on the Gov. MeOreary out of court and claims notable stake horses of the Kortb-ett- t tide cf Main ttreet in Mtantord, Ky., vacant lot in Obicago tbe other day for nearly all tbe now occupied by A. Urbantky & Co., and known that be is toting water on both shoulders and a number from the East. aa the Louisville Store. Greatly improved for 1895 and $08,000. Tbe lot wb accepted a few West, Interest the St. Alto on the silver question, but he laughs bast There will be five or more races each Asaph an undivided in Stanford, Ky ,inwhich In. Hotel pioperty worthy of consideration. laughs last. Gov. MeOreary is for years ago from a Chicago man in pay- day, with liberal added money, insuring eludes the hotel proper and two large who ment of a debt of $000. thereunder, outhouses, lot money and if we are not mistakexciting contests. The it two ttory brick buildingand stable. inThis Hotel sound and It An enormous reservoir near Epinal, large fields and order, and hat a large andlncreasing custom, and en in the sentiment of the people of KentuckyiDerby will be run on the in France, broke, causing an appalling is now being conducted by Farris Si Haidin, the Kentucky that will prove a winning interest. day, Monday, in which about 10 owners of the other loss of life and vast destruction of propAlso and fncluding Laureate, wagon, the Household The Kitchen Furnltufe, one one phaeton. Furniture includes an erty. So far 115 bodies have been recov- will go to the post, new Piano. Galon d'Or, Basso, Halma, Curator and Organ andthe Live Stock now on the (arm, conAlio all A mod in Washington county hung a ered and the people are not yet out of field will be free sisting of 90 head ot old sheep and 80 lambs, a lot other good ones. The ot Jack Stock, lot of Horses and lltood Marc in aegro named George Kay because of bis danger. to the public on this day. Besides the foal, about 35 head, lot of Mulct, Hogs, Cattle and Rev. Jonathan Bell', Bald to bo They arc beautiful and aji ornament to a parlor. "general cussednecs." Fvery one of the , Milk Cowt, for tbe death of a young woman Derby there will be nine otuer stakes The real property will be told for cash men engaged in the cowardly business days of the meeting. and the balance in in equal payment! in one and at Detroit, has dis- run during tbe 15 two yean, bearing interest from day ot salo and is a murderer and tbe courts should use in a In these Btakes are entered Buch horses secured by lien retained. all their power to bring them to the same appeared fromlihislihome in England, The personal property, except turns under $10, and his wife fears he has committed as Henry Young, Rey el Santa, Anita, which will be sold lor cash, will be sold rn a crtil-o- f death they gave their victim. Diggs, Simon W Ida three months and "the purchatir will be reFlying Dutchman, suicide. note Ray S., quired to execute dny olwith good tecurity, bear sale. lug interett from The Iowa democratic State commit- Pickwick, Poet Scout, Lehman, A NBQfco hung at Abbeville, S. O., FriCall and sec. Mary, Chant, Buckwa, Possession ot real property will be given on day, remarked just before the trap was tee sensibly indorses the financial plank Rudolph, Sister January 1, 1896, and of peisonal property when Commoner, and others pprung that be would eat dinner in heav- of the last NationalConyention as good Lamplighter, The the railroads have paid for or notes executed. m. tny person deslr-'n- g All The tale will begin at 9 a was watermelon for enough for State uses until another ..Na mnitft any other information concerning the above en, but unless there rates for the meet nnnrlnl half-faor tee deaert.he was doubtless disappointed with tional Convention shall have- provided ing, and ic is expected quite a delegation j property can wiite tnH.&J. us at Stanford, Ky. K, HAUGHMAN, S. T. D, English, Auctioneer. 'Executors. nere 10 auenu mo intra. financial plank. another will leave the menu. Otten-nel- Fayette county has just paid $23,000 for eight miles of turnpike. Ten men were drowned in tho Rappahannock river in Virginia, during a storm. k r A of Port Tampa, Fla.. flogged by a party of women Saturday night. Ten deaths from cerebrospinal meningitis are reported from Perry county. Thomas Gibson, of Stevier county, Tenn., was aesaesinated at his home by wbitecaps. Missouri has 5,237 dramshops, from which a revenue of $2,449,010, is annually received. A negro who had assaulted a White woman was shot to death by a mob near Parsons, Tenn. A three-yeold child near Savan nah, Ga,, drank a gill of whisky and died in a few hours. A gold vein running nearly $10,000 to the ton, has been struck near Lewis-toWyoming. A negro man and bis two small children lost their lives in the incendiary wife-beatear n, ITEMS. E. P. Woods bought of W. A. Hall 33. shoal at 4c. J. F. Govor sold to Prof. M. G And tve as ie r cent, of Your mencv. Jua back .. . ... Irom the citr with a larze hoc 01 lathing, ?noct. Thomson a gelding for $75, utr ooodi motions, rc.. at you lower prices of Garrard, sold in Cin- than ever before. Remember muchcan get 11 ll A. I. Glbbs, of Granulated Sugar for Si; good Green Coflee ao cinnati a car load of bogs at 4 S3. Hc; Lananat iccdottn. ccnti lb.; Arbuckl S. M. Owens bought of Forestus wil1 taVc a" the hld" l "n Reid 130 ewes.and lambs thrown in at FM?Q on IUCiiJ. forcaahorln triOe lor leather k1 2jc court dara it SUntoid or at my home In Chai. Ennalm. From one cow at Olive Bridge. N. Y., the owner got 58 pounds of milk In 24 hours. Let your Calcimtniog unPlperlng William Beck has sold his lambs to til you teePainting, llrotoeri. and furnish ilelden We D. N. Prewitt, of Boyle, at 5c for June material and guarantee fir it .clan work, or no 25 Go To C. FowlTs -- . DON'T Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Furnishings. hrii-cU- Commissioner's Sale Highly Improved Farm. three-year-o- ld Mens' & Boys' Fine Suits - LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITTOUD, KY, Lex-ins-to- n St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, two-year-ol- d MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmitliing of all Kinds. 1 in-la- SALK.-Cied- its & E. EE : FORK FARM SLIPPERS two-year-o- ld ONK-HAL- time-honor- ed Store-Hous- e, $10,-00- 0. Needle, Opera, Common SenseToes, H. J. McROBERTS. of 480 30,-00- 0. two-ato- ry 18i Reliable Process two-tto- rv Store-Hou- se one-ha- lf ( tftere-Roo- & firit-cla- st op-eni- one-ha-ll They have Proven a Success. one-thir- d lying-in-hospit- al Guarantee Satisfaction HIGGINS & McKINNEY, well-know- n. re s ?. & TT f!l I :.4ri'" J rCF r '' rr 'j1 V I ti Jy Tins Is tho third time I havo naked The evidence is nil in in the Fields-AdkiVv you to settle your account. Do eo at murder trial nt Birbourville and New wash Roods. Severance it Son. once. G. L. Penny, Exor. three days will bo glvon for the argument. The witness fees In the enso Stanford, Ky., - Ai'hiij 30, ltf85 New fancy shirts. 8o verauce & Son. All kinds of blacksmithing and wheel- amount to 310.SOO. Before purchasing drees goods of any wright work done oheap for cash. Horses shod all round tor GO cents. No credit. CHURCH AFFAIRS. E. C. Walton, Business Manager kind caB in at Shanks'. -. William Daugherty. Mr. W. A. Thiiuilk sold to Judge W. Evangelist Mills will try his hand on ii Wfihavo adikd to our line of cook Richmond this full. W. Jones two 1300 Lincoln county bonds PERSONAL POINTS. stoves something entirely new in a coal at $103. About CO.OOO copies of the Bible Hon. J. N. 8au.ui:iui went to SprinR-fle- ld oil cook stove, Call in and see it. Hlg- - have been distributed among the JapanNick line of potted plants for sale. glus & McKinney. yesterday. ese soldiers by the American Bible SocieMrs. W. E.Varnon at D. W. Vandeveer's Mil. li. G. Audit) haa been granted store. Siiiiit waist sets and belt buckles are tyan Increnao of nurmibn. Rev. W.B.Godby, the n popular as over. We havo the finest Miss Maooik Darnitt, ol Pulaski, is Wanted. To hire two pairs of mules lino over shown in Stanford. Goods all evangelist, left yesterday for New York, H. McAliflter. vifiltlnK Mr. and Mru. J. for two months for light work. J. S. and will In a fow days sail for Europe. To show you our Spring and Summer goods. We arc showing a new. Dnnks, the jeweler. Mu.J. M.SmjldIs in Glasgow, Hughes. He will spend some time in the Holy magnificent line of black and blue Serges for skirts and silks for the ainxing in a protracted meetI. Mack Bhucb will be in the field this Land. Advocate. i ing. Ziioler shoes are comfortable, stylyear and will pay as much for your wool Cor-biRev. E. U. IVarce, of Danville, has waists. ish, durahlo and cheap. Get a pair at Mns. Joe Hardin and children, of as anybody. He will receive and grado been elected president of tho Kentucky Our wash goods are the talk of the town. Have you seen the new Shanks'. are visiting Mr. and Mre. Sim his wool himself at the depot. Wesleyan College, at Winchester. Judge zephyr Plisse, Dimities, Organdies, Piques? New wash silks 25c a Get you a suit of clothes at Shanks', , Milton J. Durham was chosen to fill the manaRer of Mn. F. J. Tiik front of Severance & Son's store yard. New shirt waists and wraps. Come and look at our goods. A great variety of sizes, prices and col. place on tho Board of Education made Rock Caatlo Sprinx, is here for tho lirat is being brightened up with paint and oracan be found there. vacant by the death of John W. Procter- time in a year or two. Dt. W. N. Craig is also having his brick In order that their church may un Warner, of Sedalla, Mo., is Try a coat of Nenl'n flue carriage paint house painted. Mr. J. S. Hugh's ia Mr. W. It. dergo Borne material improvements in families of Mre. Kate vUltlnR the on your buggy; ready mixed, glass fin adding to the beauty of his pretty the interior, tho services of tho Christian and T. D. IUney. residence. ish. W. B. McRoherts. church will beheld in Walton's Opera Mks. It. A. IIoitkb, of Louisville, who Glotuino you get at Shanks' fits. House, beginning with tho prayer meetMr. G. A. Peyton has tired of tho his been viflitlDR Mrs. Ed Carter, reClothing vou get at Shanks' ia cheap. ing Wednesday night. blacksmith business and Mr.. William Services at 11 a. turned home yesterday. Clothing you get at Shanks' is stylish. m. Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Ykaobk will go Daugherty is now running the shop. Mr. and Clothing you get at Shanks' is fast in Mr. W. E. Appleeate, ono of the in one of Mrs. Woodie to The roadbed between Rowland and color. Clothing you got at Shanks' Is all principal owners of three big race tracks, Hale's houses this week. " Richmond Is being improved and it is O. K. iu every particular. and Ib one of tho most nctive turfmen in Mecbus. A. J. Harp and W. W. With-er- a more than probable that a daily stock good people of Casey are working the To stop the advance of the array worm the country, surprised the deacons of the train will be put on. and furniture on pictures Squire Murphy, who haa had experi Broadway Methodist church, Louisville, Woven wire and picket fence made of ence with them, says all you haye to do last Sunday, by dropping $500 into the Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Dillion, of Livingston, are veiling the latter's parents, seasoned oak pickets. The most eco is to turn your hoga on the advance col- contribution box. A Northern exchange tells of a nomlcal fenco on the market, manufac umn. They will eat them up In a wheat Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tucker. M. J. A. Graft, of Louisville, was tured and for sale by A. C. Sine. It. or any other field and not touch the Michigan woman who got so much faith plants. in faith curea that sho threw away her hero Friday in consultation with his law $20,000 to Loan. Persons desiring to partner, Judge J. W..Alcorn. natural ones to The values, the fit and style of our Clothing is simply unsurpassed A vkmtaiilk Ananias is working the false teeth, expecting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Uauohman are borrow money in amount from $300 to daily ixpers with dispatches from Rich- grow again. Sho waited six months, and and this is why we are selling more clothing than any house in Stanou first real estate mortgages can back from thulr bridal tour and aro at $3,000 mond, the Cincinnati Enquirer, which ia now she is tntitfied that the faith cure is ford. You only have to notice the beautiful styles an the streets Asaph. make arrangements to secure tho same bointvvhut of a liar itself, being the great- a delusion and that she is an idiot. home to their friends at tte St. g McK. Mount writes that by calling nt this office within the next est sufferer. Tho grand jury ought to inThe first worn by young and old to see what we are doing. We turn them Mr. John announcefow days. Mr. M. D. Ilughea organizsd a Tent of and made to order goods. If you vestigate this matter and put a stop to it. ment la that of High Bridge, which will out every day both in ready-mad- e begin Friday, July 12, and continue unMaccabees at LaGrango with 1!3 memThis is the way the Somerset Reporter well dressed come to us, and if you want Rowland til July 29. Preachers during the meet- would be bers. Thomas Laslky calls Chief of Police Jumbo Hughes' atMn. L. K. FARifs, of Islington, is via. tention to an existing state of affairs: yesterday and fined $7 and costs, amount- ing aro Ravs. T. Dawitt Talmage, George Itlng her father, Mr. Joe II. ltout and "Rats, Jummy, rata plenty of them, ing in hII to $13 53, for kicking Durst It. Stuart, with Sam Jones, Mrs, L. II. Iluwing, of Somerset, Ib also dead ones on the public square. They Barnett, the young son of JuJrb Willis and Dr. Sullins, president of Centenary with him. Harnett. Mr. U.J. Darst acted rb spe- College. stink." Now is the time to buy. Eastern markets are advancing rapidly and Tiik Register says that Mr. S. L. Mid-klcial judge. Mr. Laaloy was represented Rev. J. W. Hughes, of Asbury ColThe weather Ib and has been for a by Hon. J. N. Saunders and Judge Bar- lege, Wilmore, is erecting a building to unless you supply yourself very soon you must pay more money. Lais building a handsome residence in Richmond. He and family week all that tho hardest to please nett by Hon. Uaryey Helm. be denominated "Minister's Hall," for dies should act promptly in buying their could desire. Tho only objection that used to live here. the gratuitious occupancy of poor yoimg Jason Blackkrty is nearly alwayB In men, Miss Maky S. Klkin, the bright little might be urged Is that it is rather too sufficiently bent npon getting daughter of Mr. M. F. Elkin, of Stanford, warm. "Increasing cloudiness" Is the trouble, but he has a knack of getting an education to be willing to subject out of his scrapes without Buffering legl s visiting the family of P. B. Iiroaddus forecast for Tuesday. themselves to some hardahipa in boardpunishment. Ho has been before the And Spring Wardrobes. All who are interested in wraps should Richmond Register. Stolb Corn. A couplo of negroes, Boyle court throe times this term, onco ing themselves. enjoying to Thk Walton brothers are not invest their money without seeing our stock. Remember our Win, Leo and Poiudexter were tried bo shooting at Buffalo grass seed sells at $9 a pound. the fullest extent a visit from their slstt r, fjro Squire W. L. Dawson, Friday, charg- for murder, another time for Swisses in colored grounds, Dimities in white and officers and third for cow stealing, and But it takes one man three days to gath beautiful dotted Mrs. I. N. Vaughan, of Richmond, Vs., ed Balwith stealing corn from J. Perry tinted grounds, French Ginghams that originally sold for 25 and 35c who Is accompanied by her Bon, Frank. lard and held to circuit court in $100 went acquit each time. In the last case er a pound. he was jointly indicted with James Cosnow 10 and 15c. Every thing is looking up rapidly and you must pay Mrs. T. A. Ric returned with Misses each. Lee found a bondsman, but r by, who also demonstrated to the jury, Louis.NEW ADVKBTI8EM ENTS. Anne and Fannie Shanks from more for goods very soon, so now is your time to buy. still lanqulshes in durance vile. ville yesterday. Miss Laura Carter is al- In the absence of the county attorney, that he was guiltless of the charge. The Advocate saya a big suit for damages will so back from au extended vist to the Mr. W. A.Tribble represented the Com likely grow out of this case. WANTED ALLTHE WOOL city. L. Frouman, of "The Globe." monwealtb. Mr. J. nd tacki Tttfr. Price In Lincoln A local board of the Commercial no object. county. Moneychance It. Vou was here Sunday with a party of 14 The trial of John Uamner for the kill- Building Trust of Louisville, haa been lose money AlllatlcUabelore seeingt me or 01 will of li you tell from Danville. Ho alts a wheel ing of Mack Moore has occupied the organised hero by Mr. F. C. Brown, with mTeuti. Call on K. O. Singleton, Turners ille, John Elln, lluitooville; King & Pruitt, cheaper Boyle as natdrally as he sells clothing circuit court since Friday and the the following officers: J. S. Owsley, Jr., loiiah Hithop at hit home; Wm. McKinney, Mt. Salt m; J. M. Durham, Middleburg, or than anybody. case will not get to tho jury till president; J. F. Cummins, F. M. WARE. Aftkr several weeks' stay hero Mr. F The prosecution attempted to prove ihat J. S. Wells, secretary and treasurer. 0. Drown and wife left Saturday for Lan- Hamner had killed Moore several hours The directors are: J. A. Mudd, Peter GEO. 11. COOPEK, JAMES H. YEAGER. caster, whore Mr. Brown will establish before he claims to have dono so and fur Straub. Jr.. and W. F. McOlary. Hill & another local board of tho Commercial the purpose of robbing him, while Ham-ne- r McRobertB are) the attorneys. This comBuilding Trust of Louisville. swore ho was trying to break into pany is highly recommended by bankers Mu. Ed Wilkinson and wife have re- his houso. Judge Breckinridge Is .........Proprietors or......... of Lou'sville, who Bay it is splendidly turned from Casey. While there Mr Messrs. Owsley aid Harding in officered and conservatively managed. Its Wilkinson caught 15 jnmpera In Green the prosecution. rapid growth in tho last few years shows STANFORD, KY. River that weighed from li to 4 pounds, ssssssssssRssssssssssVd HS HI vStfii3issssssss. Hknhy Looa.v, colored, who has been the grent confidence that is repo3ed in it. the latter tho largest takon this season bought of P. W. Green hit LIverv HavlPR The plan of this company differs from and added now Mrs. W. I. Tatk wmiI to Jefferson-vill- e before the courts so often, that ho thinks other building and loan institutions in prepared to furnish buggies "d horse), weaie morning to spend a few of taking out license to practice law, ws yesterday that it haa n capital stock, which stands FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS days with her slater. Altera few days' fined $30 before Judge Willis Barnett for as guarantee for the maturity of tho prestay Ihere she will bo joined by her drunkoniii'R.1 and disorderly conduct at ferred stock in seven years. For thoso On short notice. The travrhng public will rind ready and willing to lurnuh Drumson, Mr. 0. E. Tut, who will accompany Rowland Friday. After getting full ho who wish to lay up something gradually us wagons, cither single or double, or Cam mers' ages of all kinds at ery LOW PRICES. The to visit a rela proceeded to take the town, cursing and her to Little Rock, Ark , monboys in and around town will also find us the peo ahiiRing all with whom ho came in con- for a rainy day or thoso who have town at live. pie to ey to invest in tho paid up Btock, 'which courts denl with. Slop with us when in and veand entertainments and your horse Mr. L. II. Jonkh, manager of agencies, tact, including Mr. Waverly Hamilton. hicle wi'l be 'ell cared for, cent, payable bears 8 per YKAGF.K & COOPER ia here in tho interest of tho Safety He finally struck n sung in Col. W. II. Rroffl peculiar advantages H fet M aTfcVisssssf Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; of Win- Duddorar, who Inid the side of his head this company offers Building ami Ioan Association and it will pay you to investigate. chester, the lust report of which shows open, with tho butt of his gun. He Is in t 2D.R. X. it to bu iu excellent condition. SoDator' jail and will work tho fine out. Coloubd Baptizing. More than 1,000 II. Holloway is vih Mr. Jones and peoplo paw Rev. G. W. Boiling wash tho Shootimi. Howard Dentherago and Ky. will assist him In presenting tho advansins from 21 persons in Logan's Creek Sherman Bruce, both colored, engaged Office Up Stairs; First Door Eat of McRcb-3tages of the institution. Sunday. Tho point selected was near Row- erts' Drug Store. in in a shooting at Milledgeville Saturday railroad and piko bridges Mn. A. U. Huffman citno as near dy- morning, in which both of them were land, where the SPRING AND SUMMER. ing Saturday night aa ever a man did span the stream and both structures, as wounded. Bruce had been showing was an acute attack of hia well as all region round about, were covand live. It Something to Beautify the Ladies. marked attention to Deatherage's wife, ered with people, white and black. old Btomach trouble and for houra he notwithstanding Deathersge had frethe ordinance, Mr. Dally openining. New Hats, flowers and laces seemed to be almost lifeless. Drs. O'Ban" quently warned him of it, and when assurance to Carpenter labor-o- d Boiling addressed the large crowd, after We give theestablishment the trade that they will non, Teyton, Cook and the same eiclusiveness met the shooting begun. A dozen in our Ho settled findstyle of patterns, hats and bennets and all the keep up artificial respi they some effort in quieting it. with him to In or more Bhota were fired, and considerMillinery for which we arc novelties the question as to tho proper onodo of leading throughout inthe country. ration and at last their efforts wore re- ing the fact that they were only known about 10 trimmer for the seaI have secured a He is faBt recovering now. baptism, which he said had been agitawarded. son. Thanking you tor past favors, we respectfeet apart, it is remarkable that one or ting the minds of people for ages, by fully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally both of them was not killed. Bruce was M. D. DUDDE.RAR CITY AND VICINITY. stating that he was about to perform it bestowed. KATE DUUDERAR. Manager. shot in the mouth and back and was too Scrip-turein the onlyway authorized by the Belt buckles 50c at Danks. badly hurt to be brought to jail, but J. T J NKS, MCR. "Jesus Christ," he said, "was a W. B, JONKS. WILLDeputy Sheriff It. M. Newland placed Nkw wraps. Severance & Son. Baptist preacher and was baptized in tho Deatherage behind the bars Saturday James which New silk umbrellas. Severance & Son. afternoon. Ho is shot in the hip and water. The passage in speaks of being baptized with water ia left arm and a ball was removed from FlNB soda water at Penny'a Drug a falso translation. It should be in wahis hip by Dr. O'Bannon after he was Store. want to aay a word about this Ky. .THAT WE, placed in jail. The trial Ib set for 10 a. ter. I sanctification business. It is. all right. Sole proprietors. Dean's Black Diamond Roo A new line of silks for waists juat re- m. Paint Estimates furnisned for painting Wood, . Whenever you get an old fashioned case Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. M ceived at Shanks'. with Dean's Ulack Diamond Almost without exception those who of nigger religion, you havo gat sanctifi- All roofs painted for years. Dealers in best ii1 guaranteed M. Mbtcalf has been appointed put confidence in Western banks have cation." Hero some boys threw a stono Paint Pumps and Oalvaniied Iron Filters. J. postmaster at Lowell, Garrard county. rued it. Some not only lost all their in the creek, which interrupted tho All of the Latest Novelties in i stock, but had to pony up a further speaker wuo said: "If you do that again "Fob Balk ok Rent. My realdenco on This amount to pay depositors, while others I'll haveTvou nut in jail Danville Avenue. Mrs. Fannie Dunn. lost half their holdings as in tho First la my day." The baptizing began after For Rent. Two rooms over my store; National ofFortScott, Kansas, run by prayer and a song, the candidates going OF THE one a delightful front room. E. J, Fo- the Gheuaults.'fA great deal of stock in in half dozens and waiting till their turn a A A v iv ley the Metropolitan National of Kansas came, when the preacher would say, . goods aro now City, of which It. W. Hocker was'presi-don- t, "Agreeable to your desire and in obeNew stylish up is held bore and recently the share- dience to his command, I baptize you in being Bbown by Danka, tho leading jewholders had to submit to a loss of a third tho name of the Father, of the Son and eler. , . of their BtockUo mako up losses orf bad of the Holy Ghost and Amen." Ab he Money-Refundedor cold bath, a clean, easy debts. The reduced stock is now selling Foil a hot last word he would put the uttered tho Wilkta-son'ahave or a Btyllsh hair cut, go to at 88 cents, with a little demand, and subject under and then would follow a several of the stockholders here are un- season of Bhoutlng, screaming, flopping lVLa. (trtf... QjJ. grocery etorea will close nt 7 loading at tbatjfigure, a loss of 45 cent, in the water and gyrations Innumerable, All the For a., o'clock p. m., beginning May 1st, until fearing theyimayhavo to go still further while tho brethren tried vainly to calm in the hole. It Is.about as well to keep the worked up converts. It was a strange, Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, further notice. t Good one's money atjhome and throw it to the wiered scene, having its counterpart onA stylUh Hair Trim'or Claw Shave, go to Bicycle to exchange for a horse. Logan birds aa to invest it in the wild cat insti- ly in the white sanctification meetings aa new. Call on H. M. Powell, iOoolc, & Farmer's Barber Shop. 1 recently held here. tutions of the West. Avenue, Stanford. ns ZsiGi.Kit shoes nt Slianka'. T ' A ..s3l j i, Ready, jf m m ii well-know- Willing and Waiting. ;. iii cop-ducti- n, Wor-tha- m. Oami-iiixl- llkt-wi- ae Dud-der- ar SEVERANCE & SONvi house-keepin- g V m THE PRICES WE OFFER ! camp-meetin- waa-trioda- t ff two-stor- y SPRING WRAPS I Poin-dexte- hi HUGHES & TATE. ) 1 M More-lan- d; to-da- vice-preside- STRICTLY ONE PRICE Yeagor & Cooper, Livery and Feed Stable. but-uc- m m ts P'S al-a- ys semi-annuall- Wfim Hi a H k 1 fJI k$ iiia ri 111 - a 'J. B. COOK, I Stanford, -1 first-cla- n a. CLOTHING HOUSE MOTHERS OF BOYS I -- m rf JONES BROS., Stanford, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Please : Take BOYS' : : Notice els-e- 67-t- m HAVE JUST RECEIVED i CLOTHING I J-J- to-da- te Mrs. Hopkins' Star Make, Satisfaction Guaranteed or Danville, Ky. s. "- UJ J.LFROHMAN&CO., w '. V .L. '4 MJ . .. - Ty-- - y- - iyjl -- ffjSjW .WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS.""' " fWfWW- '.. i. r4,.MwinW!t,ir , n v r. 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT . 'STORIES OF THE DAY. Published Every Tuesday and Friday S3 PER YKAK rVhea not opaid IN- - ADVANC1C 82.60 will b charged.- - r , , iJfc. beastly condition n shrowd Ynnkeo tugboat ngent will innko n Bhow of hinu Cetnccuin is hardly n ppccittlisb in io feats of strength. Ho is getting As ho lies swinging back - 11 37 pm NO.w,.Train going North.. 's t 3 p iu and forward with thctido out uoar No. J, " South .it Jipm island tho masters of passing vesNo. at, m 3 j No. aS, sels noto his increasing strength. Ho is QUEEN & CRESCENT. rather uuovculy dovoloped. At least tho captains who go to windward seem to Trains pais Junction City a follows: think ho is much stronger than do thoso No a North No. t South f, ...t.30 p m on tho leo sido. " j 4 ta.Jjam ...i.ij a m " Cetaccum left his school off Chatham, "is " .f... 11.30 pm 106 ...6 sola ' 9 840pm: Mass. , and died. Ho rolled over on his not Stop t IDo bock and drifted. A shark camo along and ripped Oif several square feet of his waistcoat and was leisurely chewing it when tho tug Taurns hovo in Bight and chased tho ovil fish away. Tho whalo was drifting in shoro when the Taurus saved him from being stranded. Ho passed a lino around tho monster and tied it Ho was so strong oven in death that somo of tho crow did not caro to go near him. All sorts of craft saluted tho procession. Cotacoum passed Huntor'B point unheeded. His presenco was porcoptiblo when he got farther down stream, and ho had not been brought to rest for half an hour before tho denizens of Liberty and Ellis islands knew that something A cream of tarter baking pow- now had como into their lives. Cotaccum, as ho lny on his back astern der. Highest of all in leavening looked liko a Latest United States of tho Mercedita, an overturnedbig stripstrength. ped bedtick or clinker Government Food Report boat From head to tail his whito un- marked mOYAL BAKING POWDIRTCO., derbody was Ho lookedby longitudinal corrugations. something liko a washboard. 106 Wall Street, New York. If ho had a trjink full of press notices, he could not havo been more puffed up. Ho was swollen to moro than his normal sizo. "Man," as Captain Law, , O'Brien remarked, "a Yarmouth bloat- er is not in tho same class. " A very largo sand scow will bo pushOffice oa Lancaster Street, oppoiite the Court ed into ti thy dock and sunk. Tho whalo Home. Collection! receive especial attention. 8$ will bo slid upon it, tho water will bo drawn off, and Cetacctun will bo raised high and dry. S. On board tho ecow Professor Smith and his assistants will put Cetaccum in Surgeon condition and fill him up with barrels HBfffCj Dentist, of disinfectants. Professor Smith is suro that Cetacetim will then givo a performance which will bo eutirolyunobjection-abl- o OEce over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley even to tho most refined and disBuilding. criminating. Tho whalo will then towed to I East river pier, whero bo tent will an bo a built around him. Millinery Stock It full and complete. Call My Several bold tnon with largo feet .mk examine and you willjbe sure to buy a new walked over tho whalo and tried to Sf measure him. It is estimated that ho is MISS LICCIK BEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky about 73 feet long. Now York Herald. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. '. stron-gcr,thougli. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. or rosy or oven rcspcctnblo. Ho Is going to get full of barrels, nud in that Kntunroua Account of a Wlialo Soon to D Exhibited In New Vork. Cctacoom, Into of tho Amies' School of Orntory ruid Acting, nrrivxl iu Now York tho other tiny. Ho didn't look halo How Somo Capablo Women Might Make Good Living-- . "" '""--- a. THE 3311, a Bed-loo- , JUotofefy v? . hopo-less- ly raurzer j Pure w. s. Attorney at ono-thir- d Stanford, Kentucky. , A. 1 PRICE, $ Every day a nont'looking, polite man comes into our uowspnpor office . JIo carries n number of small whito boxes. ,Ho steps p to us and nsks courteously if wo want to buy a lunch today. Tho box contains rt sandwich, nn orango, a slico of enko and a boiled ecu. Tho prico of it nil is 10 cents. A neatly folded paper napkin ia on top of tho food. Tho faro is varied from timo to tinio. Tho noat looking man gavo mo tho card of his establishment yostorday. It is a lunchroom aud bakery; Tho ordinary moats, soups, vegetables and that business peopfo usually tako in tho middlo of tho day are on tho bill of faro. Besides sondiug out tho clonn and appetizing lunches daily tho proprietor of tho placo conducts tho oating honso and bakery. Tho name of tho proprietor printed on tho card was, I was delightod to boo, a woman's. A shrewd, hustling woman originated tho idea and oarries on tho business. Undoubtedly lunches taken arouud among business offices ovory day will bo n go, perhaps not at first, but in timo. Tho fiontlish lunch conntors and noonday feeding places whoro refined business men nud women most mix with pooplo to whom in samocasos pigs could read a lesson in mannors will very quickly got tho when a neat, aesthetic, dainty luncheon can bo brought to thorn at thoir own desks. At tho res taurants, which aro nil tho ordinary working man or woman can afford to patronize, thero aro awful mysteries tho Bcenes that nobody who ovor hopos to enjoy food again daro penetrate. Slovouly service, not ovoroloau or ovorpolito waiters and unuttomblo cookory aro what business pooplo put op with becanso thoy can do no better. Now in nearly every city in tho Union an enterprising, economical woman, who was a ski Hod cook, conld inaugurate such a system as tho proprietor of tho restaurant I speak of has done. A neat, cheap, appetizing lunch brought to them in the iniddlo of the day would bo n boon to business men aud women everywhere. Why canuot'women go into tho business of supplying it? This would pay better than being n stenographer or giving musio lessons or writing for uowspapers. dos-sor- ts go-b- y bo-hi- ud Queen &Crescent reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harrinmn, Chattanooga. Attallo, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot Springs and Ashcvillc: and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe .... I.... ...1 .. . 1. n !... i2l... . iu w niiuiita uhh ami snreveport. inrougn Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, San P.rancisco. via New Orleans or via blirevcport. Short Line from the Wue Grass Cities to Cincinnati irM rrec mnur with every accommodation 10 pairuns. Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Obscrva- aJ Cars Lexington to tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington aud Chattanooga. r? El ftJaVf kL clV7iaai9R-Jt---r- r W. O. nineanon, Chas.W.Zell, r ! Dentist, W. B. P UNIT Y, Ky. Street, Opposite Stanford, 1 route N Office on Mln the I'ott-Otfl- to C. L. Carter, MAPLE SYRUP. ToJro'r.t'eVo'r llsd.eiille, Ky. w?Ue 94 iumi ii.i ..T. J. B. HIGGINS, ..... n ......... fj f IfC-- - --- P! ZkrlrlflrJ? All Kinds Stanford, r.W. 0 RKEN. of Coal. Ky. Tho Myers House, Proprietor. Viv. r-- tr Atf; Cincinnati. O. O. P. A., Cincinnati, O. :S-7S- Stanford, : : : Kentucky, 1. 4 I am stilt running this n Hotel aad will continue to my KUvalsthe poliuit attea-- v afrurji. as well as the best the market Special Attention to the Public. Trarel-,in- f . 1 I UotiTiiLf Mil : THE RILEY F. B. BILBY, HOUSE SPRING : AND : SUMMER GOODS call. Proprietor, London. - 1 - Kentucky. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give sne I have moved to my nw Houl and am bettt vr to accommodate the public. ftfwPf'fo Oood Livery attache.! and every convenience dallied. Give me a call. IB . K. WEA1EN, Dealer In , J7 fRANK KILEV, Carrit Call and Tedntmr. ray werk before bavin Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, ' Carriages, Wagons STAlTFOZt-D- , W. I.. WITHERS Salesman. workmanship and fair inwtiacutof all. Shop in Mrrshon & deer's sbou on Someiset atiMt. A. 11. KIXLEV, Sunfcrd, Ky. J" W. S. Burch. Atty. at Law, , tiiiiiuuu. 1 am locaica in ir.nB In town In which fin work cau b dotie and will ...., w .iiiiig(iiiir. aaucii a snare el your patronage which i will endeavor to by first-cla- w aunlee . .... vour mrt R. M. N'ewlaod, Dvpuly Sheriff. KY. Burob. & 2Twl&d. Conoral Collectors, a fen, aotrs. eic. 11 Stanford, Ky. Moro women would mnko fortunes if they would go into business for'thom-solvcinstead of hanging back and' waiting for soinobody elso to employ them. s, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, era! Col.eclii.. lluilnesi. Accounts, collected In all parts o the county. We?lTrour,",le,,toinPul,1,etoda TO ring-Hat- TBI LADIIS . Not Looking- - For Him. now read to deliver tee from t am Water, Light and lea Company's the Stanford Factory At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds A woman was standing in the front door of tho West Virginia cabin when I rodo up to it, and saluting her sho saluted mo in return. "Does William Mixlcy live hero?" t"1 asked. Aad over andc a pound for xo pounds and up ' "Yes," sho replied. to 100. 4,t-4Bills diS istof each month. want nv him?" BREMER, Stanford. E. I "What do you TES 'To ZiADIXS CORDIALLY : INVITED call and examine bt Soring Millinery, ihich I am opening up. 1 prtae rayielf that it ia well- elected and that it is bound to please. Having bought tor cash, and being? determined to ell for aa, I can aell at the lowest pouible pricea. An examination will convince you. MRS. A. A. McKINNEV. 6 "When are you looking for him?" "I ain't looldn fer him. " "He hasn't left tho country, has ho?" "Hasn't ho n walnut treo for sale?" "Yes, 'n that's about all ho's got " "Is ho at home?" "No." "Not as I know tat. " "Where is ho?" ! "Then of course you're looking for him back. Old man Guilion is your father, isn't he, and he only lives a milo X. or so down the road?" Hnf- T nln'f InnUn 4nf lilm V Attorney;,at.Lsnr, back." Stanford, - m- Kentucky. "Why not?" And by this time I had begun to think tho woman was a littlo Will act ai Kecutor,Admlnistrator and Assigndaft. ee c.-;"Cazo ho's gone down to see pap nniln Tlvn,'to Settle nents of Es- of . Attorney and 'Sate and Division about a hog ho says pap stolo from him ateata' Lands. of Africa get suffrago perhaps it will shoot-iu'eOffice on Lancaster St. over Supt.,W. F. McCla- - night aforo last, an pap is tho 90 man in theso parts." Detroit occur to tbo legislators of our own Now eyaofllce. England states that perhaps they might Freo Press. A. O. Lsnhaw as woll permit it too. B. Cattleman. jha "He's gono down to papa's. " WsJlitos .i - .,t. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below M.S.&J.W.Baughman. and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. rioraiiTCXsThe New Home, style two, 523. The New Home, style three, $2$, New Home, style five, $28. The LIVERY, FEED Sk BALE All made by the New Home Sewinc Machine Co. are warranted STABLE, for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will - - Kentucky. Learn tho inner quiet and aavo your sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are Stanford, strength. Nover expend it on worry. offered: If TOU Deed llverv vt firil-c- ! At tho center of tho earth all is peace, v turnouu will leave our stable. SO M .1 forraus. In our though fiie and fury rage around. 'But tho center of tho earth controls all tho dickering, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, HARNESS SHOP rest. Chicago Cottage, Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, You will rtnd a srood aortmt r o.i die, Saddle, Ac Have vour repairing don br Kimball, Tho new suffrage law in South Aus- Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince our man, he uudersiands his businetc We have a And Others. mcchsuicin our tralia enfranchises women in a territory & Son Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Order. covering nearly 1,000,000 square milos. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Kepaird by one of the most competent workman I evBy the timo tho Hottentot negro womon -- How many wivos aro aware that they do not oven own tho clothes upon thoir backs in any except two or throo states of. this Union? A lady in Connecticut bought somo now dresses lately. Sho liked them very much, but when her lord and ma-t- or caino homo ho inspected tbo gowns aud docided that they were not right Thoy wore too gay for his wifo, ho said, which was undoubtedly truo, for tho wifo of a man liko that ought to wear sackcloth and ashes and nothing j1ep. But this wifo pcrsistod in her desire to wear tho gowns, although her master said they wore too gay. Then the husband destroyed tho dresses. Ho was going to let her know that ho would bo master in his own house, yon see. He was arrested for this destrucNothing eould bo tion of property. done with him, although ho had do stroyod all her pretty gowns, because, as he contended, they wero his own property, aud ho had a right to 'do as ho pleased with them. I wondor if that wifo will over say again that sho has all the rights sho wants? Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Cm x-- T. : ' UNDERTAKER, T. : OTJTTOIT, Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades Our Folding Beds arc fine, substantial and cheap. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. OtTer hit services o the pt&al e c4 West Lin cola aud Cavcy Counties. Full stock of ColOns ana (.aikrii always oa hand, U. H. Carpenter, Manager. 91 We Beat In Low Priees .Dehorn Tour Cttl. And must sell the goods. Give us a call. WITHERS & HOOKER. READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. I will t to any pUc where there are slier rooie cattle to uhorn. I do the woik with the Llghtalrg Dehoruer. Can dehorn any cow la thrkKonJa. The knife makes a clean, ssaooth cut, does sot crush star break the hern, as lb clipper does. Ills the only humae way to dehorn Doe not punish the animal like tb aaw, and the wound gen well a quick again m that mad by the saw. For furtner ieJUrraitUn, call on See the Lighting Pruning Hook. 101. M. S. Bauqiimsn. J, W. Ravghman st n any years In factory learning his trade. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted. er knew, who served All work warranted. Address, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky, THE BLUE-GRAS- price. Tiy our horse shocr. Will guarantee fhst-cla- work and 'satisfactory SK ROYAL Sesirance Company op Liverpool. BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl MANAGERS, Oou-terc- lA e Building:, Louiiville Aftats throughout the South Her Victoriea. Japan is to have its own Eiffel tower. Tho Eastern World, published at Yokohama, announces that a number of Japanese patriots in Tokyo havo conceived tho idea of so commemorating their victories. Tho tower will bo 1,000 feet high, and tho lowest story is to contain an exhibition of national industries, wliilo the highest will bo a Walhalla, devoted to the statues of Japancso patriots who havo died for their country. Tho cost is to bo $3 CO, 000, and European contractors are invited to send estimates. Now Orleans To Commemorate Times-Democrat S HERD OK TO Mario Stockman, a German woman, has invented a series of frames which will ouablo any blind person to oasily count any number of stitches whilo embroidering or knitting, and also to select tho exact color needed at any timo. This invention opons up a now world of employment to tho blind. They will bo ablo to embroidor and knit anything; also to weavo tapestries, rugs, portieres and mauy other things. A woman writer says that fowor marriages and happier ones should be tho order of tho day. Mako a whito mark for tho Philadelphia Methodist couforeuco. Tho admi-rabl- o Christian goutlomcn composing it voted at thoir last meeting hereafter to abolish sex discriminations in tho admission of delegates to the conference. Duroc Jersey Red Swine It. H. Bronaugh, Pror, GrabOrchard, - - Kentucky. ieV-SV2s9HHSBifcTi- CZTZZXXTS Of Lincoln County. The New TE1 Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Stock. Pigs for sal from the best types of Regitterd Breeders secured from tna best herds in several different Stat, Correspondence Solicited r BICYCL.ES, 3ejsS Invite the attention M ?J? w.nn'VU 0P?'ion-n,- 1 ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, superior workmanihip and low prices. Note SOME OP OUR PRICES: Parltctly clear poplaror yellnw pin flooring at Sspei hundred. A low aa 51.50 per hundred. Peifectly cleas yellow poplar weather boarding at tt.eo per hundred. Aa lov a Ii.jo per hundred. Alipatterns and thickness of Ceiling In yellow pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, a low a lt., per hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as Is per hundred. Iteautitul vellow pine finishing' lumber, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. T E LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster, M-o- f W. A, TEIBBLI, Local ijrnt, -- STANFORD, KY. TO vl TBI LADIES. sir' ;jkV Tho f itther of a young woman who died recently in Brockcnburst, England, kept her body in a lead coffin in his sitting room for several days, refusing to have the girl buried, so great was his affection for her. Tho authorities were .Crab Orchard, Ky. finally obliged to interfere. New York Meet all Trains night and day, Patrons taken to Evening Sun.. an part of town Free cf Charge. Hotel Mod SlinglB;. Good Livery Attached. Fare HASTIN, $1.00 per Prop. A. II. Jy. If duoling is an evidence of barbarism, a marked improvement in thoworld is to be discovered in the personal inS. sults which modern statesmen find themKy., selves ablo to overlook. Washington Dtar. nice Bu nore More Funtitws) than was ever la pwtty Buggies. Surresaad Wagons, HI Dream. s?hstoas. Moieaood Cultivators. Whips ani Plows ore Already the small boy dreams of the daya BridJ.; When he to the rirer can scoot TpsbchffcaVLrhia ibcT T7-- 1 desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I am ready to aerve you In Dra Making in any and all stilt. I take the best fashion Journal should what aadkeed posted onCome ladlesgive me a wear. trial. in and Price reasonable. C employ none but nm ciasa neip. M1m Carrie Por- I At pretest I can be found at ..tlJinra on Lancaster Street.D.SMITH MISS MARY Reeoeetfullr. Stanford, Ky. American Boot In England. Exporting American boots to England is un achievement to bo proud of. But it is an accomplished fact. The labor cost in American boots is less than in England, though tho per diem earnings of tho American workman ore larger than thoso of his English brother. Tho American superiority in bootmaking is only tho forerunner of much more that is coming. Pittsburg Dispatch. A MXCXC-LES- . 4fPfh. Father Love. 1THE BASTIN HOUSE, f D. CARPENTER, Hustonvilla. Kus-to-TlJ- ls. JW Logan, Repairer and Builder of b. glad to have hi. frUads caUoa niai when waa-- ng work dene. IT-'i-C, And enjoy hlBuself in divers vraya ! a Trilby bathing salt. IadianapolU Journal. Tho Illinois legislature baa created or discovered a now crime. It is that of wifo desertion. Hereafter in that stato if a man deserts his wifo and family ho Successor to can bo imprisoned at ,hard labor in tho penitentiary. Tho law was undoubtedly Hundred Dollar Wheels af Eighty-Five- ; 85 dollar wheels at 65 dolbuacted to fit tho caso of conscienceless Second-han- d wheels very cheap scamps who lightly marry, becomo tho lars; 65 dolhir wheels at 50 dcllars. fathers of children and then as lightly Bicycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds done. cast them off and run uway, leaving thorn to becomo publio charges. Unless Borne poualty were attached men could XA025 uo in Illinois an luoy cuuaiuuuy uo uisu-- j tUKk f BuUdla riiund where marry aud cast off as many- J!1 wives as thoy choose. It would bo an houor and a credit to a wifo to bo TOTL by a creature liko that, and if Will be enabled to mako Lower Prices than haa she had no children sho would bo better ""' l wouId C,U North British and Mercantile, Firman'sJFund, temio 'tn off without him. Sho could hold up her go on and oarn her own bravo, Manchester, head and Mechanics and Traders, living, dependent on no human creature. The Pennsylvania Fire, National of Hartfcr J, But if sbo has little children who deufh0(rke.Plckl,,theheKM'a,1 btt "? " mand her care tba case is different She Phoenix of Brooklynn. .' Give me a call. jannot go out and work. Therefore the AMD STIIL Roowiva Illinois law is a good one. Mill work at Qty Pr'cM, Conner. Euza Abchard A. C. Sine, XJ W. 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