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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896031001 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 1896 $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 Semi Weekly vol. xxv. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. NO. 3 HUSTONVILLE. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 10. 1896. Mias MhiiiIo Rovwtou hnHcommoncud H""" months bcIiooI at Ml. Holiron. Tim ImlliVaiil oncmty will incut Sat- -' urday altornoon with Mrs. Jacob Kobiu-- I Mita .Mnr ewland entertained nt her country tioinu in lionor of a number of her friends ono ovonini: last week. -- Klder Jcaso Waldoti Roes to 8 in KranciHco, Cal , to asilat hin mn-i- n law, Klder IC M. Utinpball, in a aoriea of ineHlnpi. lie led yeatorday for tho tioUleii Onto. The Delmirtu Kiitertainiiuint that was ,0 bav been Riven by Misa UlaHcock ou the !;li, under tho m.apirm of the aid hocih.v of the Ohrfatiau churrh, hna been pi stponed until noxt month, Tim date, of Mr. (JharleH Allen Thomas' lecture on "Wonde'rlHiid ntid tho lales of tho Pacific Ocean" will he Friday evening, March 20th, instead of the 27lh, mm we lent reported it. Mr. Jamen K. Miller solil a larRO yoke oxen to Mr. Az Leu veil lust week for 2Jc V. S. FerRiiaon per pound or JfW cently cold to Hiirnatn & Itucker, 1'nint I.ipk millBrs, (XX) hunhels of wheat at 76c Ruesta of Mr. J. O. Thompson and family. U K. Thompson is with relatives j in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. John Frances has returned to Madison after paying a visit to her sister, Mrs. Sarah Leave!!. Mr.T. J. B. Turner has returned from a lengthy stay in Fort Worth. Texas. Dr. I). B. Boaworth, of Knoxville, was hero Sunday. Mr. U. H. BtUon lias returned from Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deiiman, of Nicholasville, are guests of Mr. mid Mrs. Alex West. Homer Biiugh-maof Boyle, whs hero Sunday. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Thoro will be communion services at Hpv. G. W. Hobertflon, need .!, mul a milliliter ol the Buptlat uliurcli for 51 yearn, died at BardBtown. ' KvanRellflt Moody ban cuiceled hlnl onKHKements at both Hopkinavillo and OwenBboro on account of the rip. The now Midway Ohrintin church, one ol the haudaomeat in Kentucky with a eeatinK capacity of 000, will be dmlicat- - Sutulay. meotinR Kuv. T. N. Compton hold atSobn'oat which 22 wer rt'Celvod into e0"' the Jlaptlet church. Walnut Flnt m-x- t i Mra J. P. Spraggins, mother of Mrs Jamca Frye, died Sunday afternoon, aged 01. n, delivered. I lie train that left here for Richmond in the Mfternoou and returned at night will very likely be put on again. Iteeema that wo may yet be able to rejoice a little over tho chaiiRe, even if nothing better happens for us Tne members of the Presbyterian eliurch will most Thursday evening in the S. S. rooms of the church to do some choir singiiu. There are many excellent voices in the choir and their object will 0f, to lengthen their repertoire, A two weeks saaion of court com-h- e nnced yesterday and the following is the docket. 22 old Commonwealth cases, , new Commonwealth caaes, old e, ino HW( t Uliw common law, II, Journal. ty appearances, 2i, old equity caai-s15. uov. W. P. Kelson, the new Presby Three armies of tho Lord are warring j oa tho cohorts of the devil at Nicholas j trian minister, continues to give Uey. J. 11. Hopper la holding forth uclQU an,j delight to hia hearers by bis at lh Presbyterian church, while tho forcible Bermons. Ho has recent Northern and Southern Methodiatn, led y aitnA ,, I1IC, ivltni Hhrary in tho br llevs. Ben Holm anil J.u.uuipepper. fr(,t room of the basement of the church -- H Clay Sutton is gradually rising to respectively, have combined their forces ,and itboBlnner who escapes them will a name and fame. He recently wrote a deserve damnation. A great many etnry for the Cincinnati Knquirer entitled are reported and tho good work "A Cuban Vendetta." It proves that goes on. tho piece must lie quite meritorious by beiiiR accepted and well paid for by this MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL widely circulated piper. O. P Stonosold a young maro to At Oakland, Cal., Kdward Hack, a his sweetheart Samuel Kayea for J:I0; Frank FolRer love sick youth, shot through tho heart and then tired a bullet boiiRht of Kpbrian Anderson 15 sheep at f 75, James Payne bought of Tilden through his own brain. horse for f 45; B. E. Covington J. O. Hartifleld is a Carlisle county Davis a of bought 0. P. atone a mare for 330, Mr. man who is a husband for the sixth time of Jessamine, bought a mulu of at the age of 50 yearn. Miss Sallie Flood, Brooks, of McCracken county, is No. J. Thomas Stone for $70. aged 30, Lancaster hopes soon to Bond two Ou his trial for bigamy at Kansas able representatives to Rome of the City, it was proved that H. C. Wilmoth, contests that are soon to transpire during In tho laat nlno years under as many the spring. Ono is a gifted young elocuftliases, had married nine wives, each of tionist, who only last summer won a whom ho deserted after obtaining what gold watch, in the contest at Stanford, money she bad. and tho other is a young orator living Because Thouipeon Philips, of Hazol within a few miles of Lancaster. Green, was moet favored by a hello of The many friends here of Mies Hat-- t that place, tho young lady'a other miit-- l o Vaughau rejoiced with her over tho ora took him from her house, where he position ehe baa just had profered her by was calling, and after binding him hand G jv. Bradley. It will be in the medical and foot across a salt barref, whipped department in tho Hopklnaville Asylum him almost to death and her duties aro connected with the A mob ol 500 men and boys, mostly ollice of Dr. Ben Letcher. Mies Vaughan colored, tried to mob Klder Tanner, the is a frequent visitor in our city and was . J.... .wlm ......I li.tn.1 I In. .1.1.1 f.f also a resident for a number of years, The mention of the recent death of the world at Aahoviile, N. C. They wore did not couio on .it. A. Watte, ol Louisville, brings up mad becuuso the event some of the old residents of this com mil on time. Will Purvis, tho Mississippi white-cap- , nlty. While young, Mr. Watts married who twice escaped death on tlm Misa Margaret Mills Anderson, daughter of Hon. Simeon Anderson, Congressman ecoflold, baa been placed in the penitenis believed Gov. from tho Lancaster district, and a grand It tiary at JackBon. Owsley. Governor McLaurln will commute thosontenco to daughter of Owsley was for a long time a cituftii of life imprisonment. Allen Lewio, proprietor of the Lewis Lancaster and the home he occupied is House, at Hydou, was shot ntid instant- in the Southern suburbs of this city. ly killed there Friday afternoon by Abe It seems that a cooking and training Taee, aged 17. Tho trHgedy wbb tho out- school is a much needed addition to this come of longUnndlng Btrained relations community. Recently n young marriod between the families Pace is a cousin woman of this city undertook to cook of Mrs. Lewis. some rice. Not having handled this arti-- Whop James Dewitt was Riven a cle of food bofore and not knowiup of ita death sentence at Grayson for tho mur- swelling qualities, alio put on three der of his wife, ho tbauked tho jury and pounds for one meal. Tho rice began ita added that ho wanted to die, that hia obulitions until first one cooking vofsol murdered wifo nns always beforo him and thon another was called into service, and her dying screams were constantly until the capacity of the kitchen utonsila In his ears, and that If the jury had not wis exhausted. Such was tho largo quandecided to hang him he would ask for a tity of this grain that rice was tho principal dish for a number of repasts and this new trial. Fears aro expressed for tho safety of young dame ia Bomewhat satiated with the Pacific Mail 8teamabip Oompany'u the Chinaman's chief diet. big liner, City of IUo Janeiro, which left Mrs, 8. P. Grant, of Danville, was Ran Francisco February G, and should tho guest of her mother, Mrs. II. A. have reached Yokohama February 23. Price, laat week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph The vessel had on board 150 persona and Severance, of Stanford, wero in our city was henvily la leu. Not a word has beon Sunday. Mrs. A. II. Price left Sunday beard of herelnce aha left 8an Francisco. to join her husband at Nicbolasville. There aro warB and rumors of wars Mrs. W. T, Browning, of Nicholaavlile, is at the bedside of her Bister, Misa Bet-ti- e everywhere. Thore is revolution in Anderson, who continuea quite ill. Nicaragua; threats by rebolllon iu against Japan's acquisition ol Mr. and Mrs. Warren Russell, of Boyle, Russia Corea; ugly menancea by Spain against are guests of friends hero. Mr. John tho United States; Initial hostilities by Archer has returned to Harrodsbngg. Frauce agaiust Brazil; war far advanced Misa May Gill is visiting Misses Patsy d and Margaret Burnside at Barbourville. between Abyssinia and Italy, and no the Torto and Mrs. Lizzie Allen and daughter have re peace yet between the Towers auent Armenia; nor between turned from Jeaaamine. Miss Fannie the United States and England anont Cochran, of Madison, is visiting Miaoes Venezuela; nor between the Transvaal Jennie and Lucy Arnold. Mr. Burdette and England about Jameson's invasion. Powell and sister, of Huston ville, are f -J j N I j ctiii Tim Someraot papers report vorslonn and nanctillcutioiifl at the Morri- eon meeting, which la fclipsltii; all j previous evanKollatic eilorta there. who expectod ' Tho Atlanta neRroea toaaceud to hcuvun are stillin this valej of tear, but their leader is under arrest for taking their money. Tho will of Dr. Button, which wasj under contest at Versailles Uat week, whs ei'tbtaiiied and the I'reabyterian church $10,000 of his estate. Tho ofllclal directory of the Unman Catholic church in tlm United KtateH puis the membership of tho church nt or ono in seven of the entire population The Christian CrusaJe is the name which BalluiRton Booth baa Riven to his now uvauRvllcal movement with which he holies to supercede the nnlvatlon ar my, from whoae command he was firtd. ol the . W. Dorris, pastor Klder Nioholanville Christian church, w ho has been conducting a series of meetinRS at1 Angola, Ind., is meeting with remark- able auccrfm. Up to last Monday night bad CO additions. A gentleman w ho is highly educated and had been an in- Ariel of the moat pronounced typo for was converted under Bro. Dorris'' 'J'--Tj i I , ed April -. April field day. II will be Centre College's Tho next encampment of tho State he at Somerset, May 10 Uollin Miller w.is ahot nud killed by Josh Ingram at Militown, Adair county. Oov. Bradley has acceptod an invitation to adilrefs the West Virginia League of republican clubs at Charleston, March G A U. will 35. II. W. Wilson died at Columbus at about the samo hour that his daughter, Mrs. John W. King, passed nwav atOw-ento- n. decided that Burgin option town, but the trustees contradicted him by refusing to grant license. II. J. Twigg, a young Kugliahmau, is preparing to ctnrt a 'possum ranche and raise tho little animals for Bale. John S. Van Winkle, late of the Some erset Reporter, is a candidate for from tho 11th district to tho National democratic convention. Thoseutenco of death imposed upon John Walker, rormerly of Lawrence- burp, Ky., at Kearnev, Neb , has been commuted to life imprisonment. Russell Hell more, the young telegraph operator, who was shot at the Danville depot two weeks hro, died at the Good Samaritan Hospital, in Cincinnati, as a re suit of his wounda. Advocate. Mr. Horten, of Kubauks, has n canning factory entirely of hia owu make, in w hicli he put up 10,003 cans last year, and he says if tho farmers will furnish him with the fruit he will do more this year. -- Tho body of Robert A. Watts, late secretary and treasurer of the Louisville UailwayCu, was brought to Danvillo for interment. Mr. Watts married a daughter of tbo late Congressman Anderson, of Lancaster. Capt. J. C. Bryant, of Ashland, raised we believe iu Lincoln county, eoems to have gouo oyer entirely to the enemy after calling himself a red hot democrat alt his life. He will likely be made the member from tho 0th district of the republican State central committee. Clint Todd, who killed his son in Rockcastle county, was held over under bond of 500. It waa claimed that George went to the old man's house and told him he had come to thrash him for treat. inR his mother badly, when the father whipped out u kuifeaud stabbed him to was not u lojal rhoR-gistereajat- Judge Saull-- y dele-Rat- com-year- cqni-preachin- g. j , 1 satis-Vdl- e. LBrt ns 1 death. been formed house. The been bought be erected a building COxlCO feet, and it is to bo three stories high. The whole thing will cost from $ 12,000 to 11,000, tho Odd Fellows aro strong leaders of the enterprise and tako 17,000 stock. Somerset Paragon. Leslie Pifjg, boh of W. W. Pigg, a Richmond merchant, walked into tho Reese House bar at Winchester and asked for a glass of water which he dtank after dropping a tablet into it. He then invited the bystanders to joiu him in a drink of whisky, when he placed another tablet in his. Soon ho begun to show eli'ects of the drug he used and in a couple of hours was dead. Recognition of the Cubau patriots as belligerents does not mean war with Spain by the U. S , but simply implies a recognition of the fact that a statu of war exists, and that equal consideration should be givon to tho two parties engaged in it. Thus the Cuban patriots will be allowed to send vessels into tho ports of thu Uuited States just the same as Spain is permitted to do, and private traders will be allowed to sell them cerBut neither aide tain kinds of goods. can buy arms, ammunition, or any other military supplies in this country. It will also be the duty of the United Statea government to prevent auy fitting out of expeditious in our territory for the assistance of either party; and our merchant ships will be open to search on tho high seas for articles contraband of war. A Btock company has for the erection of an opera situ of tho "Old Ark" has for 12,500, and upon it is to .Little Charley Newburn fell laat Saturday into a rainwater barrel at the home of his father, Dave Newburn. He was rescued, but narrowly escaped drowning. Since our laat letter Allen & Lyons have sold to J. T. Pago & Co., through Antony Hunn six 700 pound cattle at 3c. Aleo they sold to Dl Ingram 19 cows and heifers at 2Jc. George Goodo, who has beon living in Cincinnati for somo time, had his furniture, which he left behind, sent to him this laat week. George now has a posi tion as conductor on a street car line and is doing well. Millard Allen has traded lor a handsome bus and when the weather opens up will send it to meet all trains over the Cincinnati Southern nt Morolaud. He Htiys ho had to devise some means to enThat after makinr your purchases with us you have the Best in the able him to compete with the livery men Market and as good and handsome a line as you will find in this secat Moroland nud McKinnoy. tion of the country. Tho metting at the Preabjterian church has atesdily grown in interest and attendance. Thu evangelist, Mr, Luther, seem to please everybody by his clever and plain presentation of the J. L. FRO H MAN & CO., Danville, Ky gospel. Klevon had professed faith in Christ up to last Saturday and many more indicated that they were interested in tho meeting. Little Katherino Thomson, daughter of Mr. Matt Thomson, while playing on the verandah in front of John Ueid's residenco last Thursday, fell from the Becond story to the rock pavement beneath, striking on her face and cutting a large Rash in her chin and kuocking out several teth. At first she was thought to be seriously injured, hut is not now considered to be dangerously hurt. She We have just received a full line of "the old reliable" Oliver Chillhad a narrow escape. Also the Uucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and Jab. Grimes sauntered into town a ed Plows and Repairs. Full line of Hames, Colago and proceeded to enjoy a Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. drunk of large proportions. On being lars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. arrested and searched he was found to have both a gun and a razor on his person. Ho was fined $25 and coats and this so incensed James that when he waa shown to his room iu the hotel on the Beat that he proceeded to demolish KY. everything he could lay hands on in the way of furniture. Being unable to pav Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is his fine ho still languishes in durance now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They vile. are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. Misa Ida Twidwoll has returned Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and Chilfrom a visit to Danville. Wm. Weather-fordren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods has been quite sick with grippe. and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact Jas. Goode has been confined to his bed every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. In Gents' with severe case of neuralgia. Mrs, Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. WaBh Brown has been quite sick. J. B. SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather has Cook was up from Lawrenceburg SunJudge Camnitz has been sick for declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. day. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell CARPETS. several ilays. Mr. Tomlinson, who keepB the cemetery, is very low. Mr. andJMra-Jame- them very cheap. Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. Frye and Mrs. Arch Frye, who price before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. have been visiting in Texas, returned can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. homo Thursday. Mrs. Col. Weatherford, A S. D. Yowell, Salesman. of Ennis, Texas, is here, being called to the bedsldoof her Bister, Mrs.,SpragginB. B. F. Blakeman waa in our town a few days laat week. XT XSS Necessity for A Better Feeling! .; few-day- s W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 8 HUSTONYILtE, JAMEB FBYE2 'l 1 d s 3-l- b ox-Go- v. farmer living near Clarkaville, Teuu., is 54 years of age, has been married four times, and ia the father of nine girls and 15 boys. Friday night his wife, who is 40, presented him with a liirl, makiiiR her the mother cf sx girls and 15 boys When the people show their wrath in Europe, the ministry usually resigns. They did bo in Italy. It was announced iu Rome laat night that Gen. Ricotti had succeeded in forming a. new cabinet. Marquis di Rudini will be at its head as Premier. Alexander Moore, of Hamilton, O., was born on thu 13th day of the month, is the fattier of 13 children, Is a member of the 13 club and ia the leader of a drum corps of 13 members. During 1895, according to the Custom House records, 239,845 rases of champagne were imported into the United States, Munn's Extra Dry leading tho list with 79,049. Fivo generations of one family are living on a homestead at Bardstown, Ga., The head of tho family, W. O. Cherry, haa 130 living descendants. During Hi Henry's street parado at Mayavillo a horse became frightened at the music and ran over and fatally injured 10 year old Sam Lindsay. John Martin, n W. B. McROBERTS, Will sell you at the lowest Cash price. Give us a call. Drugs, Books, Stationery, Seasonable goods in the Paint Line. t Mixed Paints, Varnishes, Wall Paper and Brushes. Prescriptions accurately filled from only the Purest Drugs. T The Charles Wheeler Emporium. We still exist. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including The 2Dth Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. Cu-'b- a; loea is estimated at $150,000. The build-inwas full, and the contents, consisting of tobacco fcnd merchandise, partly in- Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all ComThe Ideal PPnacoa. L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, taji: "I forts and Blankets. James regard Dr. King's New Discovery at an ideal panacea far coughs, colds aul lung complaints, my family lor used It A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all it 5 cents. Ala-roni- a A warehouse belonging to tbo Un- having exclusionin of physicians' the last fire years prescriptions or to the preparation.." Kev. John and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save ion Warehouse Company, of Louisville, ether Iowa, writes: "1 hae been liurjeu, Keoa minuter or kuk, was destroyed by lire yesterday. The tho Methodist Episcopal church lor jo years of money. Respectfully, CHAS. WHEELER. more and have never tound anything so benefig Wanted. Traveling local salesman to sell our goods on commission. Side line Liberal terms. The or exclusively. Howard Oil & Grease Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Great Drives in Clothing. . ait-tie- sured. There were furthur demonstrations in Valencia, Spain, Sunday against the United Statea. Trouble at the United States conaulata waa prevented only af ter adeaperato utruggle between gendarmes and the mob. f cial or that gave me such speedy relief oa Dr. King's Mew Discovery' Try this ideal csugh remedy. Trial bottles free at W. U. McKoben's S HERD F THK drug store. Thoroughbred Alt last winter Mr. Geo. A. Mill, of Lcbauon, Duroc-Jtrse- y At Coon., was badly alllicted with rheumatism Mv Breeders were selected from tn best herds times it was so severo that he could not stand np several different of swine straight, but was drawn over on one side. "I trleu of this famous breed lot ol pigsin of dmoreut ages States. A splendid diUereot remedies without finding relief," he says, "until about six mouths ago f bought a bottlt ot for sale. Ured sows a spoJalty. Sanslactloa Dr. Chamberlain's Palo IJalni. Alter using it lor guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address three days my rheumatism was gone and has not returned since. ' Crab Otchard, Ky. sale by Craig fc Ho:ker, Stanford, Ky. BLUK-GKAS- TaVffc TTAriQ JLI.dU' AAVWOt R. U. BRONAUGH, For ,'i'j'.3jJ - -- - . " -- L- to. . !)), M, X t JjU -.- jt I ,t i' i w V - V-. v vjV-- Ij I NEWSY NOTES. The Exchange llotel at Richmond, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Va., for 50 years one of the most noted Millersburg will vote on local option J. M. Hill bought of James Holly a hotels in the South, is about to end its March 23. Jersey cow for $30. tho famous career by closing its doors to whole of seven wore Stanford, Ky., March 10, 189G public. Iu the race for patronage, it ed toAdeath infamily home at Alma, burnNo. I Ire8b Jersey cow for sale. T, Wis. M. their White, Stanford. mo time been outclassed and has for bo Tho supremo lodge of tho Kuights of J. H. Greer bought of O. M. Spoona-mor- e its historic halls, which once echoed tho Pythias will meet at Cleveland August VV. P. WALTON. a guiding for $75. footsteps of the most no tod people of tho 25. The present season will closo tho State and country, have for several years James W. Campbell, of Cincinnati, racing career of Robert J., 2:01 J. of tho tflort by the been almost silent. It has been run at a was strangled Tub only to death by a piece of Hay. 1,300 balea of good timothy j money membeis to gut Blackburn loss till bankruptcy has overtaken it. sound tough 6teak. hay for sale by F. Rld, Stanford. and during tho war it was the homo Tho Courier Journal BBys that J. to withdraw was a further widening of John F. Stephenson Hold to Louis two factions1 of the most noted aristocrats. The lead Mort Rothwell, of Lancaster, has written the breach between the made a spetch recounting ail ing Confederate and cabinet ofiicers a letter to Frankfort that St. John Boyle t Walz some fancy butcher cows at 3c. Blackburn P.P. Nnnnelley aold to Dr. J. B. every governor nomi- refused to the mighty works he had done for tho stopped there and take theetntnp for Bradley last Owsley three 3 year-ol- d mules at $45. nated in Virginia for a life time had his fall because ho did not democratic parly and how he had always endorse the Let Low Prices be the Guiding Star that leads nil wise buyers to 100 bushels of blue crap coed for ho headquarters in it. The Prince of WaleB republican platform and that he told him stood by its principles even when it Bale at 35 cents a bushel. B. K. Wnaren." th came Deceesary to Btand in blood. "For was its guest in 1S59 and the goblet from so in the presonce of Messrs. George Fourteen of thn fsli-epneere, with its triumph," he said, "I would trampl which ho sipped hia first mint julip was M. Davio nnd Senator Wolesinger at tho records from 2:03 to 2:07 are stallion kept aud soown with pride. No one under foot every personal ambition anil PendenniB club on the night of Oct. 27th Direct 2:0M, brought f$,2.r0 at the but added, "I may be who has ever been in tho old building last. Mr. Boyle says that he docs not Kellojig Kive up life sale. John Kelley, hia old drivwill forget its quaint appearance nor tho condiin e'ror, but under the existing remember meeting Mr. Rothwell. Another Uroadslidc of Special Opportunities thrown across your path er, was the purchaser. any democrat bridge which epauned tho street to its tions I do uotbelievo that An insane neero in Warren county T. J Cnlton, of Crab Orchard, ship- by our Wonderful "Value-Receivinand Satisfaction Giving" Stock save myself can be elected. lam firmly annex, the Ballard Uouae. The loca- made an effort to slay his sou as n sneri- ped to M. J. Mofs, of PmevilU', four extra of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, no republican shall be." tion grew to be a bad one and its sur- lice to the Lord. resolved that good milk comb at $10 to $50. Aye, there's the rub. You can never roundings for years have not comported Thomas Stone, of Peru, Ind., while O. H. liarlin clnlniH to have a green with its ancient grandeur. It was a daimake him Bee otherwise than that the walking in his sleep stumbled over a pacer that "shades" oither Robert J., demo- sy in its day, but its glory has departed democratic party will go to tho chair and broko bis neck. John H. Gentry or Joo Patrhen. unless he leadB it other- -' and in future it will likely demonstrate tion Five men and one woman were senFor Salk. Good work mule, 10 wise. A number of very intemperate to what base uses we may come at last. tenced at one sitting of tho court at Fort hands high, perfectly sound and works Sic transit gloria mundi. speeches were made, that stuffed up Smith, Ark., to hang April 30. any where. J. B. Higgins, Stanford. ol ignorance and Mrs. Charles Tyler, of Winchester, Populist Poor voted for Blackburn At B. F Cotton's Bale near Kirks Jack Gross, becoming peculiarly offensive Saturday for the first time and a scena of O., was bitten eo severely bv a rat that it ville, (.0 cattln sold at 3 to 3jj, fat hogs and that red beaded and vain glorious the wildest excitement ensuod. Seeing a is believed she can not recover. at 3.70 aud mules at $60 to $75. Beamturkey cock, Bronston, oven going so far chance to elect him sound money demoA manacled prisoner at Indianapolis ier. as to refer to John G. Carlisle as the boss crats changed their votes, and it seemed jumped from a moving train in an effort Opt. Junius W. Johnpon baa Bold traitor of them all. The result was that so certain that Blackburn was elected to escape, and was crushed to death. his 231 acre Edge Hill stock farm inScottt nearly all of the sound money men voted that the Associated Press pent out a bul AttemptB to increase the compensa- to Mrs. Jamrn Clayton, of Atlanta, at next day for the boss Jraitor, reducing letin that he was victor. But Dr. James tion of fourth class poatmBsterB were de $100 per acrr. Blackburn's vote to 43, tho two populistB and Speaker Bhnford were equal to tho feated in tho House by points of order. It is estimated that the net winnings voting for Pettit and 03 republicans for occasion and changing to Carlisle begged O. P. Tucker, of Covington, has been of Goldsmith Maid during her career on St. John Boyle. All hopes of Blackburn's the sound money democrats and the re- annointed National Bnk examiner for thp turf, ftr all expenses were deduct election, if there were ever any, have gone publicans to do likewise. This checked tho Cincinnati district. The salary is ed, were $210,750. , glimmering and the republican proBpect the stampede and the ballot resulted $5,000. Josh Jones has bought iu the last better. Blackburn's Bncceesor Blackburn 60, Boyle 59, Carlisle 5. The la not much Sam Wilson, of Lakeview, shot bis few days a lot of yearling cattlo at 3c H will not be elected by this Legislature democrats forced a second ballot, but the son when he told him that he was going also bought in Pulaski connty n bunch That much seems to be absolutely cer republicans broko the quorum and the to leave tho farm and make a living for of hres at 3 to 3)c. 3!r Carpets, Mattings and Oil Cloths a Specialty. Sec our line be- tain. E. V. Benlloy poUI to W. S Sackett, result was Blackburn 43, Carlialo 15. And himself. fore you buy. Gov. Hastings, of Pennsylvania fix- of ColumbiiH, 0 his farm of 410 acres of Occasionally we read oi a Federal bo it came to pass that oven with his two ed May 7 as tho date of the execution of valuable fruit land near Somerset for Leave your order with us for Clothing and Shirts Boldier, who doesn't think that the earth populist friends Joe didn't make good his .'kinds to be H. II Holmes, the alleged murdrrerof $10,000 Paragon. promise of election. and tho lullneBa thereof belongs to those mauc to ureter. D. S. Wilcox has 15 trotters that he 22 persons. who claim to have fought for the Union, Juugk Buciiwaltkr decided at CincinRosenberg, Flexner & Mendel. will train at Harry Wilkes track near and when we do we like to make honora nati that Jackson and Walling, the alleg- wholeealo shoe dealers of Louisville, Richmond this year. The fastest of tho ble mention of him even if we can not ed murderers of Pearl Bryan, must come have assigned, liabilities placed at $160,-00- lot is Neale, 2; IS. write his name in letters of gold aud pic- over the river and face a K O. Warren, commissioner, sold 12 apsetsf 11 1,000. jury either in BLTT., tures of silver. Mr. Andrew VanBibber, Judge Helm's or Judge Lynch's Mrs. Thomas Landerman, of acres of lnd iu Djvidsvillo yesterday to court, known to all newspaper men as the best but Bet next Saturday for a A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, W. Va , deserted her husband J. W. Alcoru for $140.51 and 30 hearing on near roller maker in America, himself a gal- habeas corpus proceedings. The learned for a hired man and took $1,500 of the Ottenhulm to Conrad Ickler for $150. T; D. RANEV, Manager. writes in a letter to the judge lant refused to let a negro be brought old man's cash with her. Lewis G. Tewksbury, tho Wall Register: "In reply to your Richmond Branch Stores. back to Kentucky to answer a crime, on The business portion of the town of street broker, has purchased from Monquestion as to how I feel on the pension one occasion when Brown was Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana by a governor, McKinney, Tex , was visited roe Salisbury, Alix, queen of trotters, ' question I would say that I feel just the for fear he would be lynched, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth- conilagration last week which did with a record of 2:03. Price $15,000. but he of same as ever. I think that doesn't seem to be so particular with his damage amounting to $250,000. town, Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. 000 bales of good timothy hay for those now pensioned were amply com- poor white trash. Misses Bettie, 13, andSallie Aldridgp, sale. Will deliver on tho cars in Crab Or think pensated by their army pa7- Ky , of at If all the delegates to the republican 10, and Vancebnrg,jail on have been arrest- chardalso 00c per 100 lbs. Seed oats and the men who got plugged with bulthat the charge of corn placed in for sale. John Buchanan. ed at Lexlets and the families of the killed, both convention attend the According to thn year book of 1S95, ington, April 15, who are named, no stealing a goose from a neighbor. in the late and every future war, ought Doapondency over the death of his thero are 11.SS9 trotters with records of building there will be able to hold the to be pensioned. I believe that . Scott, of Owingaville, 2:30 or better, and 3,115 pacers with wife caused of the present appropriation would unwieldy body. There will be 1,099 and to commit suicide. He took the con- marks of 2:25 or better, making a total pension all of them well. With the bal as they think they see a chance for pie, of 15.344. tents of a 00 grain bottle of morphine. a it is likely that every bloody ance of the money we could have a Three negroes filed suits for $10,000 Carroll Reid's string, including Lin- gun will be there. Tbe representation navy, have well fortified ports, and fc S. W. in the dolette, Lucy Leo and eight will be one for every 100 yotes cast for each against the 0,0. Imbe able to talk to any nation." All honor court at Louisville Saturday for are the latest arrivals at the Downs. as Andrew Bradley or fraction thereof, making this Federal to such a soldier and patriot making them ride in the Jim Crow cars. They came by riverfront Latonla. Louiscounty entitled to 10. VanBibber, of Cincinnati I House committee on elections, No. ville Times. To the Stanford Interior Journal Buck fly, 5 years old, the property of In the line of Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windcv Shades, Glass, Gen. Jon.v B. Gordon says that, "in 2, decided tbat the election in CongressWe see your $15 and go you five bettor man Boatner'a district in Louisana was Smith & Ferguson, who recently refused Paints, Oils, view of Gen. Walker's declarations, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and ex Confederates will find it tbat Dick Carpenter goes into the Legis- null and void and voted to unseat him. $5,000 for him, hud his leg broken while Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danviu.e and sec being unloaded at tho Louievillo race impossible to take part in the proposed lature, if turned out, regardless of Jack A Btreet car at Memphis jumped the joint parade of veterans at New York.' Chinn and his knife. Pineville Courier. track and fatally injured Mrs. Caroline course and was killed. SiiiAYBi) or Stolen. A 2 year old or other- Taken, but all the same tho republicans Heinricbs and George Bennett, the No Confederate, wise, would force himself where he is darenot begin the turning out process, severely roan steer weighing about S00 pounds. Several others were Left my farm Feb. 21 or 26. Letter S" Next door to Farmers National Hank, Main not wanted, especially with bide bound, which would make democratic retalia-tio- hurt. Street, and examine one necepeary. They are afraid to give branded on left hip. Liberal roward. of soldiers, who narrow minded, The republican city council of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central KenW. H Johnson, Stanford, Ky. are much more warlike in peace than Dick the chance you seem to think he tried to choke the democratic offiThe cattlo market at Cincinnati tucky. ' were iu war. Gen. Peyton Wise, hones for. they cials off by reducing their salaries, but shows a slight advance with best butch- chairman of the Virginia executive comJohn E. Patrick-- , Esq , of Jackson, Judge Toney decides that it has no right era' at 3 S5 to 4.15; hogs also advanced mittee for tho arrangement of the re- who married Misa Rose Richards, of to do so. union, denounces theaction Gen. Walker, Stanford, has announced his candidacy Eader, of Noblesville, Ind:, last week to 4 20 for besf; extra sheep 4 Samuel and tue lew spring lamb received went of the G. A. R., and Bays he is deserving for Congress in the 10th district, saying shot himself through tho hoad in tho freely at 10 to 12c. of the censure and condemnation of all tbat he prefers John G. CarliBe for presi- presence of his nged parents when his The McClelland farm new good people. It has been 31 years since dent and is f uncompromisingly for sound father refused to give him money to go 120 acres was bought at miction tho war closed, but it will never be over money. Ho ought to win on such a plat- South on. Seeding time is nowjright at hand.'we havc.a large stock of by J. T Hunter of Mason county, at with the skulking cowards, who trade form and we hope he will. H. Clay Evans is not a candidate for $91.25, and 70 acrea unimproved by Wni. feeling between the on continued bad vice president. He will run for governsections. The death of Senator WoiRsincrnr or of Tennessee, and then accept the po- Tarr for $15.50, Bourbon Chief brought which occurred yesterday, seems to give sition of postmaster general if McKicley $320, mules $70 to $90 ond steers $20.75. The fifth jury which Dr. Masai e has Paris News. the election of U. 8. Senator to the re- is elected president. faced at Owenton since ho killed Jesse Jno. W. Sparks bought IS bond of Embracing all of the most popular and approvedkinds. publicans if St. John Boyle can unite the Huntington admitted bePresident We handle Uonaker in a most cowardly manner, full Btrength, which is doubtful, other- fore a committee of Congress Saturday fepders in Garrard at 3c. Gabo Prestou, nothing but reliable and approved machinery. 'Come and cxamino fixed bis punishment at life imprisonGarrard county, sold to wise there is a chance for Blackburn or a that it coat him $2,000,000 to keep agenta in Jessamine, 95 bushels several farmers our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting ment. He ought to have been hung democrat. of clover aeod short and we arc offering special inducements tolcloscout .1 niceMinc out to Becnre favorablo legislation for long ago for the crime was committed in at $2 50 Other siles nro noted in the of ' Buggies and Surreys. Senator Welsslnger Dies Suddenly. his railroad enterprises. 1891, but each of tbe four times that ho who killed tho Journal of 30 175 pound hogs at 3 SO and William Newton Lane, has been convicted the court of appeals BI. Frankfort, March 9, 3 p. m. Senator a car load ol Jersey heifers at $15 to $30. Rodenbaughs atVerBaillee, has been adhas come to his rescue and on tho flim- Rozol Weissingerdied W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Voris & Caasell, of Burgin, bought of very auddenly to- mitted to bail in the sum of $7,500 and siest technicalities reversed the finding day. He had been in bed Bick several released from jail, which means that J. N. Teater, of this city, 100 bushels of of the jury. For the Bake of law and orclover seed at 3 75. Buyers for spring der, a quenching of tbe mob spirit and days, but his condition waa not regarded this murderer will never get his deserts. lambs are offering for May delivery 5 whitecapa who attempted A band of for the atonement of the blood of a poor as serious. cents per pound, for Juno delivery 4 to "regulate" Bowen Sykes, near Tampa, man who was torn from his family, it is cents per pound and July delivery 4 LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. Fla., met with resistance. As evidenco hoped that tho court of appeals will cents per pound. Harrodaburg Demofour men are dead or dying, and six throw away its microscopes and let Frankfort, March 9. Owing to the crat. moro or less wounded. Sykea did all Th get of Hanover won during last death of 8enator Weissinger the ballot the judgment stand. year $100,005. Falsetto cornea next with for U. S. Senator waa formal only, Black, the shooting. Mrs. Mahala McGlone and Flem 170,707 to hia credit, whilo Imp EaBten After several abortive attempts to born receiving 1, Boyle 1 and Tettitl. nomlnato a candidate for U. 8, Senator in The House passed a very foolish bill Jordon charged with the murder of Mrs. Is third with fG0,275. The latter had onplace of Dr. Hunter, tho republicans to compel railroads to hneband in Carter county, ly two representatives, liequittal, who carry passengers McGlone's finally centered on St. John Boyle, Esq., on an have been released. William McGlone, won $50,165 and Scimetar who won trains. man, haB been a Louisville lawyer of considerable prom Harry O'Fallon's get won ?28,000 Mr. King's bill to protect the inarm the supposed murdered Alabama. and brother of S. G. and B. G. ed grounds and premises inence, found alive in and Longfellow's $22,300. of common And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. Congressman Patterson, after a talk A good crowd attended court yesterooi u.tnci. passed. .::.! UlUi UJ BlulULUUblUU. 1UD Saturday, 8aid that day bat business was rather quiet. HUU UUUIIUUltJU There The Senate passed an amendment to with the President nomination seems to be a happy solution the pharmacy laws, the latter believes tbat Secretary Carlisle ,wero about 100 cattle on the market, but extending them to of a very mixed question, but they do all towns and should be nominated for president and there waa not much demand, and only villages in the State. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. tho proBidont's about half changed hands. A bunuh of notwithstanding Mb assertions say that Brer Grider is trying to get an ap- that Bt the proper time now tbat he is "tbe soundest of sound propriation for the purchase influence would be coat for him. common heifera brought $9.00 and butchof a pedesmoney republicans," be is badly tainted tal for the monument to The Chesapeake and Ohio is making er rattle 2J to 3c. Several yokes of oxen bo erected at arrangments to put on its new passenger sold at $12.50 to $05. A few mules were with the free silver heresy. The trail of waamngion to the memory of Gen. the serpent peemB to be over them all. service between Louisville and the East Bold at $10 to ICO. No horses wero offerGreen Clay Smith. on April 1. It was reported in Frankfort that via the Shelby ville f is arranging to ed. behave himself. She Spain had better Green Since adopting the Cash system I am enabled to Reduce Pkjces Chief Electrician $50,000 had arrived Messrs. A, Uiujansky & Co. have opis in no condition to fight the United an effort to secure there to be used in Bupply the cara with electric lights. votes for the republion Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, ened two new branch stores, one at States, being baukrupt and getting worse. can nominee. The story was denied It ia estimated that tho ItalianB at at and one at Frankfort. These Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. Her 4 per cent bonds are quoted at 01, Mr. Boyle's headquarter. I carry a 5,000 men, addition --Young Mr. Foree, of Shelby, can Adowalostin cartridges, to 5,000 rounds enterprising gentlemen eeem determined full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber while ours of the latest isauo and bearing Yard, and by about 1.000.000 hardly expect to auc.caa, r ii mvJ. to acquire the whole earth, and build a the same interest, are worth f 117. We aa Congressman from selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have of amunition for artillery, 5,000 head of fence around it. Woodford 8un. the fight, but by jingo, if we he climbs down out of Eighth, unless do not care to 10,000 rifles and the ever been offered here. . the free silver cattlo and mules, do, we've got tbe men, wo've got the band wagon at Frankfort.-Louisv- ille A oillce building is to.be money cheat. Several millions, howev- rose. erected in Atlanta. ships and we've got tbe money too. er, were aaved. iWLEKLY INTEKIORJOURNE It Will Pay You to Bo-for- e I Head This g Wee. l LOUISVILLE STORE bow-wow- s, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Notions. NwMwi- self-conc- Men's and Boys' Clothing-- Shoes, Boots, Hats and Caps. oall I 0, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, Park-ersbur- g, disss-terou- a two-thir- pow-wo- w one-thir- d W.-H- Best Goods, Lowest Prices. first-claB- son-of-- a- two-year-ol- The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House raor-torma- n. A. E. GIBBONS, n LouiH-vill- e, "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." MIIIith-burgo- LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. k B. W3CAKE1T. oth-er- 9 Spring Suits! Beautiful Patterns, $1,-10- 0. Latest Styles. H. ' J. McROBERTS. ! j"' r:."!" rimsL ir Reduction In Prices cut-of- y A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. j- - - -4 1 2nkw shirt WfllstBotH at TMnks'. Stanford, Ky., E. C. March 10, Plow genr of nil kimla tit Warren Shanks'. 18915 ub settling & close our Wk must Insist on thoso indebted to The court of appeals hsB roversed the at onco, aa we are anxioua to decision of the Pulaski court, which business and must do it. acquitted J. S. Wickershnm for shooting HugheaATato. Chief of Police Hughes. Wiiitk eei'd oata for eulo. J. II. A Co. Baiifth-mn- Walton, Business Manager Gaudkn seeds. DrtifiKists. Craip it Hockcr Cash Alice Iter.lry. .1. Mahsii Coitky, ol the Walnut Flat Misb Maiiy Whakton went to Lexingmunlm; Bchoul. section, has a new girl at his house. ton laat week to ontcr Gkoihik M. Duiito.v, of I'ittshurv, Bpent W. 0. Watts, of the Pleasant Point several dnya with hia father, Mr. William section, was appointed coroner yester- Wk nro tHiupomrily without n watch Bio line of plows and wagons at Fan is repairer, out during, his abaenco your & Hardin's. repair work will i twin to tho city, thor ouiihly and accurately done and returned Dank, the Jeweter, wunlayour watch, to you without PAtni chnrKC rmv clock and jewelry repair. ny'a Drug nnd Jewelry Store. . Sami'I.k lot nikIiIIhs at wholesale prices, "PEHSUBAl POINTsT at Iliggins Sc Mr Kinney Mn. A. J. Fisit, ol Ml. Vernon, whb TnUNk's, a big Hud, at low prices to heruHundiiy. is close out. Farris A Hardin. V. A. Moumhly, of Middleaboro, vlnitiii lelutivks here. Latest cull' links and studs for gontle-meMim Lillian Gnu nits, of Doyle, in at Dniiks1, the Jeweler. it '. n Barton. Miifl. Hpont a few daya with tho family of Mr. L. B. Adams at J. M. day. ALVKI.80.V . It tried to snow a little Sunday, but soon uavo up the effort and the sun ahono brightly In tho afternoon. Yea- terday was an almost perfect day and will be the signal service says likewise. Thk Delsarte entertainment on the UOth will be for the benefit of the Armenian BUilerors. Thu Indies of the Baptist, Prea hyterian and Christian churches have the matter in charge and will undoubtedly make it a success. Tklkimionk. Mr. F. M.Ware was hero yesterday talking up a tolephone line from here to Mt. Salem, to connect with the one to be etUbliahod from there down through Casey and further on. It would doubtless be u good thing for iih and we hopo it will hu worked up. Mr. Ware thinks the line can be built for $250 and has subscribed fL'o and we will do the same. to-da- y In tho county court yesterday the will of Peter Hasae was presented for probate, but a daughter, who thinks alio hasn't been fairly provided for, filed notice of CRAIG & HOOKER, Cash Druggists. We guarantee our contest and it went over. Finn. Mr. W. 11. Gooch, who waa in from McKinney yeflterday, told us that the dwelling of Chnrles Delany near South Fork, was burned last eek in the absence of the family aud everything to-tal- READY : MIXED : PAINT To be full weight and measure. We give lowest prices on Paints, Oils and Painter's Supplies. lost. Get Our Prices Before Buying. You'll find that we will save you money. Glascock, Delsartean 20 of the best known and prettiest society girls of Stanford, will on the evening of the 20th present a Grecian entertainment at Wal ton's Opera House, the program of wiiich will he published in our next isaue. Miss Harriet K aitist and reader, assisted by Ton Are Lucky If you get to our house in the next two weeks. We proprose to make the welkin ring with Low Prices. We are determined to come to the end. Now is the time for all cash buyers. m m Hiintonvilly. Mn. ami Mils. P. K. K K.Mr, of Middles boro, were on Saturday' train en route Tiir Knights of Pythias had a big time Landiiktii'h garden Heeds in bulk and Thursday night. Aftor the first and secBest in the world. W. B. paper. Mc-Robe- rls. Coai. sold for cash or exchanged for all to Louiavillu. kinds of grain and feed. J. H. Baugh-ma- n Carrie Miib. Kmily Jonrb and Mis A Co. of Lexington, are viaitiug at Mrs. Jones, H. 0. Ruh.ky Is receiving a very handN.J. llorton'a. some line of Spring suitings. Call in Mn. S. 0. Lackry, of Harrodsburg, and get first pick. spent several days with Hon. G. A. s . Tills is the last week on chamber fete. Dickey and relative. Mimi Lourlla Dhkiiit, formerly of this If you want them at your own price county, ia manager of the telephone ex- come. Farris A Hardin. change at Middlenloro. Nkw York seed potatoes, onion sets, Miih. Lizzik Hockhiv Mits Mary and and garden needs of all kinds In bulk and Will left Friday for Henderson, where piekages. Warren A Shanks. they will likely reside. Mu. U. H. Lokll und wife and MIbs Wie have constantly on hand cnuntl Lilllo Martin spent aavr tn daja at Som- and bituminous nut coals for cooking erset to attend the Morriaon meeting. purposes. J. H. BatiKhman A Co. Miih. J. it. Owunh and Ctbell Owens BniNoyour chickene, ducks, turki-jarrived from Bnlit:g Green yeeterday Rout aud other and geese to I. M. Brucn'H livery stable to visit Mrs. Atimie and get the highest market cash price. reUlivee. Mrsmiih. Kn Wilkijuon and A. II. SevI ha vk just received a fine line of fresh erance went to Durgin Thursday night, new K. of 1. lodge randies in both French and plain goods. the latter to see the Come in and try some. John II. Meier. orgftuizd. Mu. W. J. Si'AWKH, one of the hustling' Tiir three Danville Banks hold V:, est driHiiinerson th rod, was here on 5270.10 deposits subject to check. In his regular tour Friday and took orders Richmond there are $540,000 on deposit. right and left. TiiKsaloof the watchesaud jewelry of Mn. A. ruiu.iiKY, of IOtitoville, was up yesterday to help Manager T. D. Robert Fenzel created more Interest than ldney and his corps of salesmen in tho anything else yesterday and they sold well. LoulsvilloStorH. Pur-re- s wan on yesterday'a Mn, W. H. Tiikhk will be a mass meeting of the train en route to Lhanon, to which citizens of Stanford Sunday night at the place he has been transferred from the Christian church for the purpose of awakDrodhead oiilce. ening interest in behalf of the Armenian Miifl. S. S. Myxhh and Miss Emily sufierera. Short apeechea by the pastors have arrived from North Carolina and others and good music will be the ( and the old man is happy again, while program of the evening. friends welcome their return. MooNHiiiNK Wahtkd. Deputy Bill Dk. 0. A.Tkaylor and 8. M.Owens Stringer, one of the best in the buBineis went to Louisville yesterday to eell their tobacco. Whilo thnre Mr. Owens will and posse destroyed three moonshine distilleries in Jackson county and let have his eye operated on again. of tho May wood L600 gallons of whisky and beer escape Mr. Jamkh Duddhiiaii, section, who has been in the clutches of down the mountain aide. Only one man the grip for a month, was sufHclently re- was captured, J. M. Morris, and ho waa lodged in the London jail. covered to come to town yesterday. hiB pretty Mn. W. G Kocton and Lincoln county is somewhat responsidtughter. Miss Mary, were in to see us ble for the present major of Louisville, yesterday, when the old gentleman re- whom thu courts continue to turn down. newed his subscription fur about the The mother of George Todd, the benefi IKKh year. ciary of death and tho republican counTitosR who heard the speeches of Mascil, waa a daughter of thu late James ters Thomas W. Varnon and Robert Har Davidson, of this county, who waa treas party Sat- urer of the State of Kentucky, mid she ding Waters at the they are tho was born hero. urday do not doubt that coming orators. Badly Buiiskd. Mr. George Baker, K. J. Foi.ky, lato in businefB here, has of Highland, who was here Saturday, located in Mr. Sterling and eaya "1 am told us that hia son, Willie doing four timra thu hueinrta I over did fell in the tiro while playing aud hud hid ia Stanford. More people are hero In a hands badly burned. No one was prea tly than como to SUnford in three entattho time aud thu little fellow f months." would no doubt have burned to death Thk report gained currency Sunday had his clothes caiiKht. Daisy, a little u that Mr. K. D. Deazley was dead, hut we daughter of .Mr. Bauer, is very ill of ty11 are glad to Btate that It proved untrue. phoid fever. 1 He had a svero attack of his old kidney It ia telegraphed from Cynthiaua that trouble and wbb very ill, hut waa a great the first female declamatory contest ever held f deal better yesterdayv Portkii, wholmvo there.in Kentucky will shortly u be held MifHEsYot'Nn am) Lord blesa their bei n very successful in the prosecution of soula. Lige Beazley had one hore nearly their work in securing material for their a year ago and the fact waa emphasized Biographical Cyclopedia, will go to Lan- by tho production of the talented young They aro elegant young woman's picture in the Louisville Times, caster who noti first priza. Wake up Cyn- ladiee and deserve succees. the clever thiann. Gait. Bkn D. McGhaw, Dr.UMMiMi Rsntleman who condncta the Dlue Grara meeting of the council Friday afterQ. & 0., was hero SaturSpecial on the day. He Iibs been running that train for noon, Marshal O. J. Newland'a bond of h years and has by his gentlemanly man-ne- ra 15,000 was accepted. Dra. G. W. and Steele Bailey aro his bondsmado moro friends along the route men. An ordinance waa passed prohibithan anybody. gavo a ting any drumming for hotels, livery W. Cou amd Mrs. J. atablea or anything of the kind in or oulet but elegant dinner last Thursday to around the depot, making the lino for MIbb Dollio McBobertB, of Stanford, who such ofi'enaes from $1 to 15. MiBeea a ulnttlnt. Miaa Lena Baldwin. MeBara. C. Dr. Lkr F. Huffman writes to his Matnio and Lena Baldwin and ' S. Crutcher were brother, Mr. Al G. Huffman, that the K.Shackelford and J. Lexington papers greatly exaggerated present. Richmond Register. who hag been dopot hia trouble with the folding bed. He Frank Oarr, ho waa badly squeezed and it a?ent of tho L. & N. at Richmond for 10 Baya that waa a minute or more before ho could S years, has been promoted to tho Paris reoffice and Kuper Hood, son of the euper- - got his breath, but that tho injuries otnee. ceived were Blight. Ho also addod that intendent, given the Richmond the bod was ready for shipment to any Mr. Carr married a eisler of Mr. Joe S. of hia Lincoln county friends who have Rice, one of tho cleverest gentlemen an enemy they want to rid the county of. who ever held down an agency. Oait.W. H. Kirhy tells na that hia wife To tub Pbn. Deputy Sheriff R. M. and aunt, Miss Mattie Thompson, who Newland will leave for Frankfort this m were called to Atoka, Tenn., by a morning with the following prisoners Miaa Thompson's Btating that convicted at tho term of court juat endbrother, Mr.' John Thompson, waa very ed: .Tease Belden, one year for atealinga ill, got there just five mlnntea after he diamond pin from Mrs. B. W. Givens, died. The deceased waa 05 yearn old Hugh Jacobs, 18 months for shooting at and left five grown children. Hla wifo with intent to kill Zack Padgett, and died a year ago, Will Trice, who got two years each for breaking into the houses of Messrs. SamVICINITY. CITY AHD uel H. Helm and W. W. McKitrick. The Men's othluR from f2J to f 15 a suit at two first named ar? white and the latter colored. Shanks , m ond degrees were conferred en Messrs. W. L. McCarty and R L. Hubble, respectively, the members and visitors repaired to John Meier's restaurant and enjoyed a delightful lunch. Mr. Meier had little notice for so large an undertaking, but he succeeded in setting a repntt fit for the gods. The visiting knights were Messrs. A. C. Green and R. Ziramer, of Richmond, Letcher Owsley, Joseph Haselden and Will Mattingly, of Lancaster, and thev u"!td largely to tho pleasure of the eventt.g of Judge I). P. Bethuram, of Roclcistle, for forgery In connection with an application for a pension and also with filing a false claim, knowing the Btme to be false, wan continued in thu IT. b court at Louiavllle. after a demurrer to the indictment had been overruled. H. H. Baker, the principal witness, wsb absent and an attachment whs issue J for hiB arrest, with bond fixed at 1500. This is tho case in which Willis Adams' name is allegedto have been forged, the paper further falsely declaring that he waa n justico of the peace. s m And it goes, for we arc determined to wind up this business. Come blows to break the k1b69, which ia nearly and see for yourself. half inch thick. It was done with a common paling, which was taken from the fence of Mr. J. R. Alford. The newa of the bold theft spread rapidly and soon a large crowd was gathered, but the felDON'T THINK US low had made good his escape and is yet at large. The window was a big attraction yesterday and Dauks got a very coetly advertisement. -:- Charley CarBon, who was sleeping in the rear of tho store room, rushed to the front, but not in timo to see any one and But we want your trade. We buy these goods to sell to you and Tun press in the towns in which Mica there is no clue to the rascal. our success in building up a good business depends on whether or Glascock, who with 20 of our young lanot you will trade with us. dles is to give an entertainment at Wal NEW ADVKBTISKMKNTH. ton's Opera House on the evening of the 20th, speaks in tho highest terms of ability as o DelBartean artist and reader and pronounce her entertainI will tell at public auction to the highest bidments decided successes. The Paris Kentuckian, Bourbon News, Harrods- - der at tny place Dear Huitouville, on We offer more advantages than any House in this section. burir Democrat, Nicholauvillo Journal 1896 The follcwine property: and Frankfort Capital all unite in her 1. We have what you want in Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets and praises and Bay her talent in reading is 3 Brood Mares, 5 Broke Mules, Shoes. 2. Stock always complete, as we get new goods every day. excelled only by her grace and ease in One Gelding. 3 Prices always low as money can buy them. 4. A child can buy oo Harrrla of Ticked Corn, and all of my 3. Grecian posing. Farming Implement. t low as those who are potted. 5. If there is anything new Teriui. Sumi ol Siu and under cash: that Ladirb Hurt. Thursday afternoon aa amount a credit of 90 days with interest over notes them as on Una-tonegotiable and payable at the Huitonville Nationwe make every effort to get it and usually do if anybody does. Misses Mollio Harman ana Jennie al llank. down tho Fowler Hill were driving Terms must be compiled with beforo property Commence with this the first of Spring and give us an opportunity F. M. YOWKLL, near McKiunoy, a freight train came is removed. Huitonville, Ky. to show how much a dollar will buy. dashing along and their horse ran off, CONDITION' OF THE overturning the buggy nnd throwing them and the little child that was with them to tho ground. Misa Huston es- FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. caped with a few bruises, and the child AT STANFORD, waa not much hurt, but Miss Harman At the close of business Feb, jS. 1896. Does Your did not fare bo well. She waa knocked eenselees and remained in an unconRESOURCES. 6 $305,573 scious condition for several hours. The Loans and Discounts 1,584 07 vehicle was completely wrecked and the County IlonUs Overdratts 3l449 38 horso considerably injured. Due fiom HanVs g,6o4 43 . Tik case A nkbvy tiiikk. The heavy plate glass window of B. H. Danks, the jeweler, was smashed In Sunday about midnight and five of his handaomo display of gold watchfs and a ring stolen, valued in all at about $150. Mrs. Win. Rice, who lives across the Btreet, was awakened by tho noise and thinking it came from the window below her, had John Meier aroused, who went down and found the real state of affaire. Mrs. Rice Baw the man but could not say whether he was whito or black. Will Heater, who passed ahortly before, saw a man with a brown suit and hat on standing near tho window, and says he was either a white man or a mulatto. Will Embry waa in the Myora Hotel at tho timo and heard the crash, hut didn't see Anyone when he went to investigate. He says it took two This Stock Shall be Closed Regardless of Results. What do you want ? If its Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Bed Comforts, Lace Curtains, Hosiery, Gloves, or whatever it is WE HAVE IT. HUGHES & TAT TOO PERSISTENT. m hr PUBLIC SALE. We Don't Ask You to Do This for Nothing. Wednesday, April i, 1 year-lin- n SEVERANCE & SON. HOUSE NEED PAINT, PAPER, Or Varnish ? m ". hehind-the-tim- to-da- PKOiiiniTKD.-Atanadjourn- -ed , day afternoon by selling tickotfl at 5 centa C h Thu following note with a nice each. J33J.93" 15 packpgo of caudy was sent to this office: LIAniMTlES. for pub- Capital stock paid in, cash "We thank you very much Jjoa.ooo 00 lishing the notice of our missionary candy Surplus fund 19,103 n 2,404 41 party. Wo think it is very kind of you Earnings since Jan. Due tn Hanks io,o3 o to oblige us little folks bo much. We al- Individual Deposits 108,735 31 so wish to thank tho ladies who assisted $339.93" 45 mamma in preparing the candy. Tl oy ol the FarThe alliant J. II. Owsley, Bright, Lillio mers llank & Trust Co., statuCashiertho foregoing Lula were Mesdames that Cuponter, Sallie Varuon, Allie Nunnel-li- statement is true to the Ibest ol his knowledge and belief. il. OWSLEY, Cashier r, and Talitha Root and Misses N Sworn to before mi by I. II. Owsley, this Mar. W. M. HEIGHT, N. V. L. C. tByfi. E. Beazley, L. Bruce, L. Peyton, 5, M. aud M. Bright and Tovia Carpenter. 2788. Tho eveninc wbs spent In music, recita OP THE CONDITION REPORT OK tions, games and candy pulling. The talent of the other little societies ol THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, town came out and altogether, wo had a AT STANFORD. dolightful ovoning. Very respectfully, In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business Alvira, Susan and Mary VanArsdalo." Feb. 28, 1S96. 111 1 -Van-deveo- Ranking house and lot Thk Grace Wharton Mission Band Furnlturoand fistures male iG and more at their party Satur Expenses 5,580 00 800 00 409 1 tS3 10 We HAVE EVERYTHING NEEDFUL In that line and we fully warrant our goods. We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuracy and price. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. HOUSE - Bffl FRIENDS ! Bro-naug- Oai-bhto- tele-Kia- RESOURCES. Circuit court ended at a late hour $ii,$yj 47 Saturday afternoon, after Bending three Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured 3,988 31 men to ihe penitentiary and transacting U. S. llonds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 A large number ol Stocks, securities, etc much civil business. 11,564 39 furniture and fixtures., claims aoainst tho Commonwealth were 9,150 00 9 240 01 allowed for fees, idiots, Ac. An order Due from National Hanks Due from State Hanks and Hankers 1,913 51 waa made for bench warrant to Issue Due from approved reserve agents , 13,980 at an.ino) Vmnt Villa wltft lifl wounded Checks and other cash items 1,238 01 at tho Myers House, which the Bheriff is Notes of other Nat. Hanks 3,115 00 directed to serve, hut not turn the pris Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents i9 15 oner over to the jailer till the physicians Specie 9,55s 80 shall say that the removal would not be Legal tender notes 5,735 00 15,386 80 iniiiriouaor thoroia an attempt toes- - Redemption fund with U, S. Treasurer 5 per cent, of circulation 2,35000 capo. Tho bail of John Murphy, who him, was reduced from Jo.000 to Total shot ?343.7S 7 $3,000. or to S2.000 If money bail ia lur LIAHILITIES. $100,00000 nished. His trial was set for the 0th day Capital stock Surplus fund 15,000 00 of the June term. A special terra wbb Undivided profits 263 12 2, to try the case of Thomas National Hank Notes outstanding Bet for April 45,oo 00 10,618 47 McRoberts va R. J. Breckinridge and Due to other National Hanks Due to State Hanks and Hankers 5,684 99 othera to not exceed three days. Individual deposits subject to check..... 87,386 49 W. U. Harris, the man who waa fined Certified checks 40 00 $30 for contempt of court in coming in Liabilities ether than those above staled 81,757 69 before it drunk and refusing to testify, Total.... -- 4345.7S1 7 waa released for 30 days, but if he falls to STATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Lincoln, J " pay the remaining $24 of the fine, he ia I, John J, McRoberts, above aud made to work it Hank, do solemnly swear cashier ofthe abovenamed to be that that statement is true to the best of my knowledge and be. out at $1 a day. lief. JOHN J McROHERTS, Cashier. For a rarity there wasn't a hung jury Subscribed and sworn to before me this oth day of Wv M. HRIGHT, N. P. L. C. during the court, and Judge Saufley took Ma 1896. J. S. HOCKER, to complimont the jurors in the occasion S. T. Hakris, Directors. J. W. Hatdkw, highest terms, as thay deserved to be. HanMng-house, M The Improved Favorite Washing Machine and the Favorite Churn. SOLD ON TRIAL Guaranteed to give Satisfaction or no sale. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H. G. RUPLEY, -- THE MER6HANT TAILOR - jr Is Receiving his SFUMN Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. AN SUMMtlEB A trial is Genuine Oliver Plows. They Never Disappoint. all I ask. X3wr9 of Imitations ! And Bogus Repairs. J. K. VANARSDAUE, Stanford. Ky. rw mr jiwy - PrVV -- t j H Semi-Week- ly "ST BIG LINE OF- - Interior Journa WOMAN'S WORLD. HANDSOME HOSTESS OF RUSSIAN GATION AT WASHINGTON. LE- J. S. yatty. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dentist, Published. Every Tuoaday and Friday PLOW GEAR, ' Is a candidate for Congress In this, the Eighth District, subject to lh action of the Demociatic $g P3CK VJCA.K IN When not so paid S2.60 at .will be charged- B.A RNBSS, 3T. J2k.t . x 322Ri0f Stonecutter par'lctl-l- r Stanford, Ky. linlldtng. 5Wim5 the Owsley K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Twin leave Stanford t .ja p. rn. 7:15 a rn., eturning Slater Anno Ayrrw Siring Her Censer. 1'rniRln KdtlcutUn The Order of Gray Ladlm Dou'ta Kop Mother Hhlrt Waists Unique Dr. Mnry Wnlkor. SADDLERY, fee. Briclclayer Guarantera & Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. Stanford, Kontucky. First Cists work In every T O THE LifLTJIEJS I L&'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i t, No., Vc. 4. Train eoing North " " No, S, " " South Wo. " " " ijptn 7P n 3 J 04 p m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pat Junction City at follows: 3.e,6 m No, 1 South it 37 a ra No 2 North .,1.46 p m pm " 4 " a.06 a 3 Note. Nov 5 and 6 and 9 and to run no her than Junction City, nor on S indiy. j ' 9 " 1101 m 840pm " 6 ' to " " ,.6 00 ..3.S a m fur- - nt Mme, do Aleck, wlfo of tlio secretary of tho Russian minister, is 0110 of tlio most popular of tlio foreign Indies in Washington. As tlio wifo of tlio now Russian ministor is abroad Mine, do Week will coutinuo to ofllciato as the official hostess of tho Russian legation. She and tho secretary occupy a pretty homo in Connecticut nvenuo, haul by the great Loiter mansion, and its inis- - TTTJflLsrilDsrGr- FARRIS Call and see them. PLOWS, & HARDIN. Just l'nces reasonable Has had 13 years' expe. (.all In and sec the largsst and best at lotreceived. tod In ver brousht to StatifurJ Prices at low as tin rienci. 91 3m lowest. Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. J Y. COOK, J W M'OINNIS. In chnrgepamt shop. In oharg trimming shop. M1SSLICCIK 11KA21.KY, Now goods of the latest styles THOMAS Y. SHAW, LUNVll.l.lC, KY., Stanford, Ky THE IULBY K. U. IULBY, HOUSE Kentucky. de-iis- BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground Right. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Repairing a Specialty. Work djne unwarranted to give satitlnctMti. All wark dune when All account, due whn work Is depromised livered Yeur patronage sulicuec. 00 Proprietor, tendon. 7? - - - I have moved 10 my ss Hotel and am betts than aver to accommodate the pubhr liod Livery attached and every convvalenc Give me a call. FRANK. ROYAI m CRpYALSi,tt"j fie&ri RII.KY. SI'KIN'. AND SUMMER. We G-uarant- i I fsi POWDER Absolutely Puro.1 A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. MME. BK MECK. stato-lyan- Respect. will not. this Plow in Every Try one and if it don't suit you, Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Daily opvnlnitig Niw flowers laccsl We give the assiiranie lv the trad, that they wil find In our rs'ablWhuicul the same eiiluitveucii n style of patterns, hat and bfaiiuvts and all the leading novelties in Millinery lor which we ate known throughout the country. 1 have secured a trimmer for the Thinking ymt tor past favors, wr respectfully solicit yeur patrotiaee heirtef.re so literally bestowed. At II DLUUbKAK, MaMKtr. first-cla- ss iiuuiji-.kak-KAT- Splendid Farm For Sale Or lli, ad Exchange. Con It will scour where others On pikj two mdes Eait ol Iluitonrillc tains tea-so- n. don't keep it. 140 Acres " of Cine Land, W. H. WEAREN & CO. w. s. btxhch:, Attorney nt Lnw.l Will Improved and In an earrllent nelchbflrhood Land lies well Will esiluuce for a smalUr or a cheaper place in this or in y g vJ county in the State or would take a clean stock of groceries and ""!,"" for " I'aymeni in loran live town, or ill sell tart ash balance in fio ears time or longer if desired hor further particulars call on or address, h. D. KKNNLIiY, tj mi Hustonvllle, Ky UNDERTAKING! JT. C. BY- - Stanford, THE 111 - Kentucky. 33Rf. "W. Olliceon Lancaster Mieet, u.p.itr the Colloitioni receive especial attention STLINU INsLRANCU MAN, B. P3LITir2,1 who is very young, beautiful BOYALBAKING POWDER CO., tress, nltogothor lovely, is very and and d tall 106 Wall Street, New York. H'CMEY M. "W. JOHIITS02Sr, to, J". : T. : STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, KUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the J leople ol West Lin-u- ll stock of Coffins t coin and Casey Counties, and Caskets always on hand, 95 D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. has u superb physique Ilor hair is deep black and id coiled high in Russian fashion, with always n hundeomo circlo of diamonds banding it when Sho Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmor IV P U. r , Having bought ef P W Green his Livy.v I....- although sho understands tho moro comtness and addnl new buezies and bur... . ... mon words and phrases, but French, prepared U furnish Duclclln'rt Arnica Salvo. Spanish and her own native tonguo aro ITr Got llltn. The belt salve in the world for cuts, bru less FIRST-CLAS- S alike familiar. In roply to tho question TURNOUTS Ilashcr Hello, Crashcrl 1 hear seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chaphow bho likes America Fbo will say: ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption. On short notice Thi travrhet; public will ftad you were at tho capital trying to Sit positively cure piles, or no pay reputred. It Is Wholesale and RctailJDcalcr in as always ready and willing to "Vor" much. I no go out yet co much as that furnish Drum. money satisfaction luarantced to give . r.... ai!nns. nth.r iihl. nr 1ti.1i.iri tho papers havo mo thero. I was not at eecuro a franchise for U10 Sky Itocknt refunded l'nce 15 perfectper bos For orsale by cents aires ef a T kinds at very LOW PRICKS. Tha road. Did you seo Assemblyman w. 11. .iicKuixrts.iiruKgut. zo Whito flouso at diplomatique rocen- boy In ami around town will also find us peo plr 10 deal with. Sutn wltn us wh.n In the tion, and yet za havo mo in ono ver' Tanker from your district? I....I A mirror could not He If it wanted to The cUt courts abd cntntainmenta and your horse and ve. Crnflhcr Yes. ... ..... pretty gown. " Her homo brenthes an II 114) - ok. i.. HUIIIIU IV k'lil t v i1a i w o cared ler . tkjtiitar Kasher Did you get him intereBtrHl tiu.lik a liU fu its isi v r a aI IIHslCI J, aaiv liistln Vts ' i a liiHnn.is smaaa i HCaitll uir of orientalism. Tho drawing room j O. II, COOPKR 57 lacovour mirror win ten you so. iieaun is Hi klyers House Stable, Mtaoford, Ky in tho project? Keep you eye on the Pace Pence. Seo HufT is hung with ombroidored bauds and cieaiest beautifier in the wuiM When a worn Dudderar. I. L. Dawson. 1. H Rrizht. K. Cobb. banners and other hangings of dolicato ' Crasher Yes; $20,000 in bonds, and sees the indications of lit health in the face shn may with almost absolute certainty look lor tho Kd Carter. B. Chancellor and others who htve and iugonions design all tho work of . $10,000 preferred. Puck. catiM In one or both of two conditions constipi- -' G. A. PEYTON. Htanfcrd, Ky. It. Carpets and J Tall Paper. County. tion and deianeement of the organs distinctly j her own liands. Liko all Russian ladies Agent for Lincoln 95,3m Those Sornioim. feminine Dr. Pierce's Karnritc Prescription , musio has great charms for her, mid hor Remember we arc the exclusive agects for the ' It is peldom that a tmh'craity will cure permanently and positively any CALL ON., celebrated grand piano in tho corner is a source of is uot.'d for his wit, but tiio ono ed "female complaints " Dr. Pierce's Is PJpasant nort-a.- l 1 her. Pellets will cure constipslion. great comfort to her iu hor now sur- quoted by surely luul tills sou in he woild why a woman should not be perFalls Branch Jollico Ooalf fectly healthv She will gam in health, strength roundings. quality. When naked by preacher and flesh. Hollows and ariiMes wl.l give place to AIo that it will be to the interest ot everybody what ho thought of hiflPormon ho re- fulluess and grace She will be that noblest aud STANFORD, KY., to call and see our clean Domestic Nut Coal. filstor Anno Ayrea. mest be.intlful et all c""l"w a perfect woman plied: I rices tho very lowest only i Cents. We par the cash at the Packet Kev Chocks br Mail for Sister Anno Ayres. tho pioneer in cents Send i...v.. iintf k u. .lamps to World's mines, therefore are able to tell at the lowest For H.tfTi?ai'-- a.id Kev jUCl., iUQi41 VUCbkl Ulr "I Ivenrd in it whnt I hope iictct to pensary atMedicalinAssociation, lluffalo, N Y , Disand 1'in.c. vwi auu see us all k'idt, Badjes, Dog License Checka, Key founding sisterhoods in tho Protestant near ngain." Oeod Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. receive Dr Pierce's rco page "Common Senio Kings, Chains, iic. Stamping on Metal and genl HaaaaaaH Falls llraachi cts. Falls Ilranch Nut Medical Adviser," profuiely Illustrated, "What was that?" Ineral repairing Shop over M. I). Elmoie's store, Episcopal church iu this couutry, died dian Mountain JelUco Nut 11 cts , Norlh isc. S6 recently from bronchitis at St. Lnke's Stanford, Ky. Jellico The clock Btriko twice." Lump lie rh.ie prices are for Coal delivered MifH Nina lUtilli, sued 7, Hud living hospital, on Cathedral heights. Aliss lor Coal at our bouse charges are one cent lets nut. Am Tliey? Ayres was born in Loudon, Jan. 3, near Owingsville, has pieced a quilt con- -' NOKI. .V M)N. If womnn wero 1810. In 1880-shcamo to this country &oe we euKBu tsiniDKO.OOU plecee. Wo think It Is nafo to state. with her mother, four sisters and a io the work one year. In a half day or no why they J. F. DARKER, Proprietor, brother. Jliss Ayrei had been woll eduCo Could pet a hat on strntitht. - U A. W. Bulletla. cated, and through the efforts of Henry Not to Bo Trilled With OT STANFORD, KY , Caroy, tho prosidont of tho Phoenix Will people never learn that ''a cold" is an acci- OVKRSTKAINRIl 1IIMHEM'. Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. dent to nedreadrd and that when it occurs, treat- Uaowfully.orgaaiicd and ready for busineis wits bank, she obtained n number of pupils m There is no uient should be promptly applied J Large in prominent families of tho.city. knowing where tne trouble will end, and while Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Mnaw a JRBawcO? Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Commodious Sample Rooms. recovery Is the iu'c, tho exceptions ate complete and Miss Ayres continued her work as n ' terribly Irequent and thousands upon thousands Hails and office connected by Electric Uclls. Surplus, . tutor for uiuo years. In tho summer of , of fatal illnesses occur every year, uihered in by a Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 20,000. Iiitle injudicious exposure and seemingly trflfng-1845 sho took tho hteps that resulted in count-- t iUCCESSOK loTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL symptoms. Itetond this there are M. S. IUpghman. J. W. Haughman. the formation of tho Sisterhood of tho '' BANK OK STANFORD, less invalids who ciu trace their complaints to 'colds," which at the time of occuircnce gave no Holy Communion. That summer sho Now dosing up) with the same suets and under concern and were thcretore netlected. When the same management, spout at Collego Point with tlio sister a , Ceugh'p, . troubled with a cold use . r lly R'medy It is prompt and elfcctual. Cincinnati 1 illS ilCt'ant C hair lOT OIIIV i2. 3 fully provisions ofas its chaiter, depositors arc as nnd nieco oi tho Rov. Dr. Muhlenberg, protected aio depositors In Natioaal PROratlTORSGazette. Uanks, iu shareholder be. eg held Individually tiio rector of St. Paul's church. Ono for sule at 15 and so cents per oonle by Craig &. liaole to the extent of the amount of their stock a Hocker, rtanlord Kv FJEX2D Store Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. ' SAUE Bunday Dr. Muhlenborg preached Ayres i me par value tneirol, Id addition W the on Jophthah's vow. JIiss inouui inveiicu in sum sbsroi It mar actaa executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as S mon B. Ilaitman, ot rutinelli.n West Va was deeply interested in tho sermon, sn individual. lijs been suLject to attscks of colic aSut rnce a To those who entrusted their bulslncss to us year and would have to call a doctor and tl en and after carefully considering tho matSTANFORD rhila mnaglng the Lincoln National liana, ol suffer for about is hours as much as tarrc do when Kentucky. ter sho decided to dovoto hor lifo to Stanlord, w here tcndcroitr many thanks and they die lie was taken recently just the wme as church and charitablo work. On All they will at otter times and concluded to try Chamber-Iain'- s their FEMALE : COLLEGE. liuit us, otfuringcontinue to transact promptbusmest ith Colic, Cholera and Diarrlixa Remedy. Ho as a guarantee for attenSaints' day, , hho was ordained by j tion to same, our twenty years experience it saja, "I took one dose of it aud It ijaie me relief a call. Nothing out S TAN KY If yvi need livprv Klv us banking and as liberal accommodatieos as arc in five minutes That is more than anything elso (irn-cttturnouts will leave our stable. See ut Dr. Muhlenborg as n Sistor of tho Holy has ever done forme with sound banking. Commuuion. Tho ceromony attending for rates. In our For sale by Craig .V Mocker, Stanford, Ky. WILLIAM SllKLrON, President. tlio founding of tho first sisterhood iu j DIKICTORS: BLACKSMITH SHOP. Williams, tho church was very simplo, and no ono According to a report jtirit ifsued, r MRS NANNIES sAUFLLY, Lady Principal. J J. H Shanks,Mt. Vernon; . Stanford Will guarantee Irst "las wark aid satisfaetot witnessed it except tho hoxton of tho 10,CC0 veteianB are being cared for ot Miss Emma L. Mar'ln, Pesidtxg Teacher in the J.'S.lOwsley, Stanford; Studr IUII; d'icea Try our hor shoer. j church. S J. F.tnbry, Stanford; the National Homo for disabled yoluu Mist Mary Cowen, Principil el Ihe Mi sic From that timo hho was known as SisJ. Owsley, Stanford; teers and its branches A. G. Lanbao tor John B. Critltxau. ' Anne. Sho established a school at J JF Casa, Stanford, Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal ef the DepartSauftly No, I'm not very well, you 380 Sixth avenue. Whon tho eholora William Gooch, Stanlord; ments ol Art aud Elocution. It MoyDo as Much for You know, I've thought onco or twice visited this country, bho rendorod valu-ablA. W. Carpenter, MllledjjevilU, Mr Fred Miller ot Irving, III. writes (hat he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, Next Session wi 1 Begin Wednes assistance iu tho hospitals as a vol- lately. W.'H. Cumuimi, Preachers lit Topsy Good gracious! And then with severe pains in his back and also that his S. H.'.Shenkx, President, unteer nurho. Sho was alouo in tho sisday, January 22. bladder was affected. He tried many S3 called Or.rj.'H. Owsley, Cashier, terhood uutil 1853, when Miss Brevoort you wonder why you're ill. You KidneX cures but without any good result. About a caraj!0 he began use ol Electric Hitters and For terms, &.c, send for Circular or call at the w M- "right, Teller. ioined her. aud took tlin liiimn nf St;tor shouldn't do such reckless thlnps. Collegn. found relief at once Electric Hitters is especially ' Voffuc Meta. In 1854 Si.sfer Catherino entered adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troubles aud often gives almost instant relief Ooe trial tho order, aud three years later Sistor Her Rraaon. NATIONALBANK will prove our statement- - Price only 50c, lor Harriet becamo a member. During this nuslmnd Why do you pay the argn bottles At A. K Penny's Drug Stem. OK STANFORD, KY. nnrln1 nfi iif1rti,firT tnu ncf iKltcjlm.l nn.l , newspapers at ndrcrtislng rates to ex OFHUSTONV1LLK. tho work of tlio EJsterhood was much aggerate tho success of our party, SPRING, 1896. MANAGERS, W carry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled oxtoudod. In 1855 tho infirmary erectod Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the Capital Stock affair, and It Gale and other leading tannine Implements. The Ojmmerce Building, Louisrillf, by J0I111 H. Swift was completed, and Helen? ourwas a colorless really mis- Blue-Gras- s somo of guests seemed Waller A. Mood Mower and Itfiper Machines, Surplus it becamo tho homo of tho sisters. Cultivators of Ihe host quality, t llugie for Ageols throughout the South erable. the money, Pbaetoui, burreya and Carriages of .tA.,!un,'.on ?f ,h? Publlc invited to tha far Sister Anno dovoted her timo to tho All kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, the richest qualities and 'anclcst nd latest styles. Wife So many bent regreta and the only National Bank in Stanford Vines, V7a A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont. two infirmaries, tho St. Lnko's hospital Btayed away, dear! I wnnt to make .Shrubs, Smalt Fruits, Asparagus, Grape money, The best grade of IikIiI buggy haruess and the Under the provisions of the National Uank c. No agents, liny direct ami save names, bridle for farm Vc"r,.d Pt..on,r JT tk capital and tlio Church Industrial colony at St them feel miserable, too. Truth. btrawberry aud general cstaloguea on application cneaper grades loitsrs, s'rup work of all kind purpunes, breeching aud STANFORD, KY. ...t .im.iiuiucii liability for aa H. K. HILLKN.MF.YKR, to Johulaud. Now York Sun. .w mo tivcn, ,g thai 4itA of all descriptions 1 runks, bags, travFurniture Lexington, Ky. Telephone 379, eling telescopes, hone blankets, bugy rugs, Hove this initituUon are secured by a fund of Wvooo. The Lending Lady. Mch he indues rivs wuru suiementa 01 me condition of tha bank and stovt fixtures. &c all 01 San Francisco. Portland. Iteportcr Did you cer play in ..,. ii.de each vearto the Unltel ;,.,.. Swing Iter' Censer. your attMition aud spectlnu and promise to deal ...To th justly and act honorably with you in' all transac- mentand its assets are examined at stated tiuat Tho modem woman hastakon tc burn- tragedy? by government agents, thus securing addititona tions Good set of lllacksmilh's Tools, complete, Comedian Yes, years ago. snd perfect safety to depositors. to sell on very reasonable terms, and lllacksmlth ing incense at her own tlirine. Tlio latThis institution, originally established! Heporter Tell mo about it. Shop for lint Iu best ioi.asiou iu town, only oue The above fine Mick Jack- with gray points will ent thing in jowoled smelling bottles is Deposit Dank of Stanford In i8j8, thn re"a ,.Via The y smith. Comedian Well, the woman who is niaki. the season of i8q4 at my place, the old as the NaUonal Uank ol Stanford in 80 tf D. S. CARPKNTKIt, a veritable center that swings from miHelm farm, o t the Stanford and hhelby City First National iMiud Hus'ouvllle, Ky. lady's chatelaine, and, when lighted, now my wife was tlio leading lady, and pike, at Sunlord in iSJa, has had practically an Ilankold existence of s. years. It I. bVtter supplied diffuses n dehcuto porfumo and a tiny I believe thero wiw n minister mixed up $7 to Insure a Colt 4 Months Old Iffl S9Sllrr!l'lSBfilS(SlSil oloml of incense. LONT rOKULT l'HAT in it. To Date. transacting pVompT ?Wft 'cUitlaa foreVer before businesslong Md lyandliberaUy than in its John K.isa years old, 15 bands hlirh and Is a honorable eaieer. Accounts Correcting Itnprraslonn. At a New York operatio matineo tho ?xvrajtffi D iWfcWdiMasa j arilendla individual. uont Drceu tin you see mm. THE FAVORITE MILLS, :ianes, firms and Individualsof cormtml a nw ir r a respectfully tolic- rnr.': :u other day an elegant young woman in a Tho Tramp Appearances is deceit He was foaled and raised byJ.K Haughman, of ten a splenHustonvllle. He has proven The Directory of this Uank is eomno.,. . tailor mado gown and n fetching milli- ful, mum. Yer might think I'm astrong did breeder of largo colts, asium.elf to be vet at AT McKlNNKY, KY., Only Dining Car Route From several of his Forestu Rotd, Liucoln county; nery get up produced hor whilom smell- - man, an' yer might think I drink; but Mr. llaughman'a willahow. Mares kept at reaS. T. Harris, Lincoln; sonable rates Care liken to prevent accidents, Havo just been overhsuled and repaired from bot lug salts at tho most affecting moment ' it ain't so. luiu to top by the f iuious Richmond City Mil not responsible should any recur. J. H, Collioi, Lincoln; or tho performance. As sho snapped , Mrs. Alum And you plight think I'm but Works, of Hiclimouu, Ind, and with capacity FRED P. UISHOP, Stanlord, Ky. now increased, are doing more and tetter work J. W. Hayden, Stanford; open tho cover and a flue streak of going to give you bomethlng; but that than ever before, and with the old reliable D V S. H. Haughman,) Lincoln; ' Kennedy as bead miller, you are sure of good vapor curled softly up nnd ain't bo, either. Puck. Elejant Pullman Veitibnled J. S. llocker, Stanford; lie sui and bring us ' Flour and fair treatment stolo athwart tho footlights, thero was a W, A.Trlbble.SUaford; your grinding and when buying cull lor our old Sleeper of Modern Pattern. liroke the Silence. craning of necks in hor neighborhood and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, LaM. D. Elmore, Stanford: ON IMPROVED FARMS For maps or auy information, address For a long time after he had succeeddies' Favorite aud Hikers' Choice. for two wholo minutes, whilo the worn- -' T.P.Hlll.Htanford, E. H. BACON HATES A SON, JfltANK J. REID, ed in inserting himself through tho In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent ,aerol-aen tried to investigato this latost idea K. L. Tanner, McKInney; Successor to K D. P. A , Tannr& Favorite Milling Co. C. v. Agent, 1Address door at three a. ni., sho regarded him iu nual interest; no commission charged. Luilding. Louisville Chicago. M. J. Miller. Mt. v.. In oleganco. W. 1UVY. Room it. Keiiyon I win take all the hides I can gel r.Hfl L?Q U I 'v He surs to call for and fur Louisville. Kv. For blank application This new perfume burner, ai it U i silence. tradator niUlJO. forcashoriu my home leather on- J. S. Hocker, President; ilonon Route. At lencrth bIio snake. jno, , McRobetti, Cashier; tber Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, At- - court day a:5iailurd orat in Ollenoalled, displaced th of belm. Chas. Knnslin, Tanner. St Paul. I arotaatiohasaalta ao dear totiny bottle ol Also she spako at length. Westchea- - oney, Stanford, Ky. A,iA,MeKinnj, AisLCtikU Denver. the heaxti tar Glob. And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. has yet to master our laugungo, Room opposite Court-Hous- e Squire, Stanford, Ky. : Whoreprrtcnis the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life In.uianre if Detroit Mich , can Offica en Mam Street, Opposite the write ynii all the most 'sv.iab'r plant ot Inmr nice. He a so represents the old reliablx Central Tobacco 'anhouKPof Louisville. Ky , and will be glad to have a share of your patronsKc. Wilt be iealy to onlir all the lavoia that tan be given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance menta matltf on censigaments, both In th. wareProprietors of..... I ill be at MaHfnrd every house and country court day. Patties wanting hogsheads, prui'i or mency should aiidrett ma at 1'alut Lick, Ky. Prompt attcntloa guaraHlced 696m bTANKOItl), KY. Itr-cr- Oeiilirjt, Stanford, : 3Cy. Poat-OUi- GEO. B. COOPER, Livery nnd Feed Stable, W. W. "Withers, figssN P. G. BRADY, -- M . " J Furniture, I 1 .4 1114 Undertaking G-ood- s, us-- d Coal, Coal, Coal. pro-fess- or l- Tit-Hi- ts I Ks3vCni 1 rsdT!iJ BARKER HOUSE, level-heade- d, 'Somerset, Kentucky. wil W fe V-- p Farmers Bank&Trnst I . J . 1 to-d- ay I I fciS.&J.W.Baughman, -- Chamb-tlaln'- I ' & STAHLE, Stanford, tlVERY, r.er-ino- n Ib-lo- ia cos-ititt- m or-e- -' 11 ROYAL o I ifisuranee Company - OF ijrVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAK I I D. S. CARPEWTEB, bt-s- FIRST Nurseries. ....., 5100,000 23,700 1 ia a WlffiTMW33ST 1 y JOHN K - 11 I I Her-ve- igamre-organiiedaath- e unlntar-rupte- 1 TO CHICAGO. MONEY To LOAN n I - I I I I rJ kV i. feAJLA. ix.&iJ Es