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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896032401 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. emi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXV. In the Land STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 24. 1896. LANCASTER, NO. 7 1 of Flowers and Sunshine, a Stanford Lady Doesn't Forget Her Home and Friends. To tht KJitor ol iho Interior Journal. 17,-Af- CAMARD COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL . Itov. T. 11. . Camnbell orennhud tin. .,. ,, ,. . ; , .;;, Ml j:j W qiulo h wis urdeied placed in the Pulltnun manpupils or sion has not boon completed. uiorr Compounded by an experienced Pharmacist, day or night. -- Lost work Oapt. J. A. McFerriu, who wss marriagti Hrenso was wounded al the battle of Atlanta in 1803, Ktnnted by the clwrk of ton court to W. B McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. !i. Hall to wed Mts Miry Uv, of was carried to tho Hospital a. Columbus, Ga There he met and loved MImj Clara this (ounty. Glenn, n bewitching little beauty, MIhh Jnliu Mty Gilnes euiertnimd U the members of tho junior hocImI club on who nursed tho Confederate soldier back Saturday evening at the homo of her to health She wouldn't listen to Ida tale of love, but gavo him a suit of parents ou Richmond street. -- Much complaint Is still going on clothes inailri with her own bands and with some of thu f.umerri iiViut tho dogs bade him return to the army and do his that continue to nuke raids into their duty lor his country, which he did. After the war tho captain returned to his iloka hikI destroy valuable sheep. -- Died at the home of hei husband, honieiuLHwisburg.Tenn.and foil In love P0UTICAL POINTERS. near Stone, Mrs. Minnie Sewell, in tho with another maid, whom he married KnJ by whom ho raised a large family. year nl her Hue, after n short illness The troops required by Gov. Bradley of typhoid fver. A husband and one Two years ago, his wife died nnd recent- to suppref-- Jack Chinn cost 12,224. ly be opened a correspondence with his child are left to mourn fur her. It only takes two pHges of tho CourA full meetini: Is desired of tbo loysl former sweetheart, whom he found still ier Journal to presont all the laws passed legion on Saturday evening, Tho Stato unmarried. Tho result was they were by the late Legislature. W. (J. T. U. will meet here In April and married last Thursday Biid the groom Tho free silverites at Washington this active little temperanco bind will bo wore tho reliHl coat his bride made for wasted a 49 bouquet on Senator Blackhim 33 years Hgu. prepared to extend a cordial welcome. burn for his efforts for the cause. -- James A. itaker sold to Wallace & -- Ltss than 50 of the 600 bills and a General Supply of almost d Carpets, Window Curtains, Polls, "church affairsT HisttaboK welnhliiK :W0 pounds at lc during the legislature became laws any thing you can think of, and all at Elsha Murphy sold a horse to Berryman Rev. Hen Helm preached at tho and not over a dozsn of them are impor Simell for i'Q. John Stone, of Rich- Methodist church Sunday afternoon ton tant. mond, bought nice gelding of George large crowd. Tho Manderson and McKinley peo-- It is estimited that 8,000 peoplo ple in Nebraska have joined forces aud Teater for ISO. The ladies of tho Methodist congre wero massacred recently in the district of will send to St. Louis a delegation that Call in to see me when you are in town. gation nro showing much vim Hnd ener- Urfa, in Armenia. will go the Ohio man whenever be needs gy In their ellorts to raise money to aid The statement is made that tho gos- it. McKinley and Bradley are running in tho building of their new church. On pel is preached in the United States in 30 Forty-twneck and neck in Kentucky. SiitunUy thv elizd quito a nice sum different languages. Mild honhyacynthH. vIoloK, roses counties have declared for McKinley and at the exchange. The -P- residing Elder H. O. Mooro, of ey Mioklo bloom In nbuudauce the II. T Logan A Co., who havn been in M'ddlesboro district, preached at the ifi for Bradley. Cincinnati Comtnorcial-Gszult- The Charles Wheeler Emporium, land, come of it, is very poor, but the Hustonville, Ky. mot of it is being bntughl up to a state of Iho tailoring and shoe business hero for Methodist church Sunday. Gov. Bradley hae appointed another Tho revival conducted by Rev. Wil higher cultivation. This jmrt of the State a number of years, have decided to quit htiMinrrm and try another field -- that liam Movers, of Greenup, closed with G7 negro to oflice. This time it is N. R. is a little brokou, just enough to break the the Harper, a Louisville lawyer, who is made ol traveling. It is with much regret that additions to tho Christian chinch. monotony. with her our citizens see this well stocked firm George P. Taubman, tho pas a member of the Advisory Board of AgRev. This Is a grand old State, tor, is conducting an interesting revival riculture. mountains, rivors, cataract, mellow sun- dissolve The Senate having failed to confirm The Garrard court added these to at the First Christian in Newport light, seductive Southern mooiisHiid liud'n tho nomination of Dr. U. F. Porter, colthe penitentiary's population: Dick Bro. Joe Hopper's meeting at Nich- lovo gifts, the magnillcent Hum or. Tho people are broad In their view.--, cultured Stevens, horse stealing, 10 years; Wil- olaevillo resulted in 15 additions. Ho ored, to be third assistant physician at the Lakeland Asylum, Gov. Bradley says and refined, quick to resent, quick to for- liam Mobeily, hors stealing, two years began another in Millorabnrg Sunday. Cts. $1. -- Rev. V. W. Doris, of Nicbolasvllle, he will reappoiut him. generous to n fault, John Hani, homo stealing, two years; give, Walter Evans has announced his chivalrous to tho hlghost degree nnd loot K'zr Osborne, horsestealing, two years; is assisting Rev. J. S. Kendrick In a meet candidacy for Lee Floyd, murder, llfo. to Congreea ing at the Christian church, Danville. of all, glorious in their hospitalities. from the Louisville district. In stating The recent suit of Dr. I. S Unrdette, Hallington Booth has changed the Now, Mr. Editor, while all this i true, of Grab Orchard, for $2,500 damages name of his A CorK With Every Line. now army from "God's his position he says he is for a gold stanand I lovo my "dour old Georgia homo," against the L. A X. railroad for tho frac- American Volunteers" dard and opposed to ffcettnde. my heart turns to my Kentucky home to "Tho VolunDra. Walton and James ignore tl e ture of the wrist In an accident here last teers." andfrionds I love themboft. action of the Senate by resigning after November, resulted in a verdict for the The Baptists at Owenton have eold Mrh. M F. Klki.v. defendant. John Shelby, of Lexington, their church therefor $000 to tho Meth- being kicked out and Lt. Gov. Worthing-tojoins them in It by lesuing warrants and Lewis L. Walker were tho lawyers odists and will build a new one to OF A LOCAL NATURE. cost for their pay for the fall session. for tho railroad and W. I. Williams for 110,000. -)&c Erttill county will vote on local op-- President Cleveland has Issued an the pUintitl'. Tho widow of Alexander Campbell, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. tion May 30. Fred Emerson Brooks, the Califor- founder of the Christian or Relormed order putting the entire Indian service Mr. I'rissio Dryo ban rented her nia will on April 4 bo faith, is living, at the ags of 04, in Beth- up to the office of agent under civil serbouve and lot at llustourillo to Mr. hero again. vice rutee. This reform has long been The attraction of his lect- any, W. Va. Grubbs, who loat bis house by lire a few ure Is that ho recites only his own Rev. John Doll, n distinguished and contonded for by the Indian Rights As duya pro. Shu will board for tho pneent. His poems are full of wit and veutruble minister of Scotteville, Va., sociation. The lllb dtatrict republicans will wisdom and ho is indeed a true poet of died suddenly Tho Owensboro Inquirer makes this KY. while on a visit to his hold their convention at London April the highlit order, possessing an inde brother-in-lagood point: Jack Chinn says it took 400 Col. Charles E. Hoge, in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is offering great bargains 14 to select delegatus to the State consoldiers to keep him out of the State Is scribable charm of manner. near Frankfort. now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They vention, widen is to send delegates to the Th'iro la rather a peculiar character At the Main Street Methodist church house. He doesn't menticn the fact, St. Louis pow how. in this county in the personage of an old Sunday 14 persons were received into however, that it only took one man to are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and ChilMr. W. M. McAfe, who camo here maid who keeps a colony ol cats. And membership, 11 of thorn by baptism. As hold him when he wanted to get at Ed Clothing dren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods Galther. from Lincoln county, to take charge of strange to say, she has not the superstimany mora nro waiting to be received. Gov. Bradley has approved the fol- and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact tbo Russell House, reports a good tran- tion one would expect under the circum- Somerset Paragon. In Gents' lowing bills: The act to establish two every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. sient business. Ho is giving satisfaction stances, but invariably keeps tho collecRev. O. K. Powell, the Bbleand pophouses of reform for children; the lien Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. to the guests of his hoatelry. Burghi tion of petfl at the uumbnr 13. If one or ular young Christian minister of this SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather haa more dies she replaces them until she place, has been engaged to preach for law bill; the bill extending tho time for Herald. ex sheriffs to collect back taxes; the bill declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to Si a pr. tbo L. & X. was flued makes the same figures again. It is en- the congregation of his faith at At Laudator r tertaining to see tho attention bestowed CARPETS. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell $100 audcofits for failing to provide a tho ensuing year. George- allowing trust companies to organize with 25,000 capital instead of $50,000, s them very cheap. closet at the depot. Tho Lancaster ou them feline inmates of her home. town Times. Miss Alice Fox Young is at home Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my ami Stanford turnpike was fined J20 for GROCERIES. The Methodist revival which has heretofore, aud the act to prevent fraud n settlement with the from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Mufailing to make been in progress here for the past six in canning fruit. He vetoed the bill pro- price before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. sic. Cot. H. P. Jacobs and Mr. Robert weeks, closed Monday night. Garrard county court can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. Through viding for redrafting maps and charts by A miles below Som- Harding, of Dauville, were visiting at- the preaching of Dr. Culpepper nnd Rev. county clerks. At Pino Knot, S. D. Yowell, Salesman. erset, Joseph Field went to sleep in a car torneys at our court last week. Dr. I. S. Helm, over 100 persons, it is claimed, DEATH'S OOINCS. which was bolnjj loaded with liny. Fire Unrdette and wife, of Crab Orchard, wera converted and sinctified. Nlcho- havo been visiting Mr. R. H. liaison and lasyillo Journal. Mrs. Dr. Stephen Bates, aged 70, from Ida pipe which ho had put in his pocket Ignited tho hay and Field was family. Miss Mattie Walker hn9 returnTho record of the women In tho died at the residence of her daughter, ed from a visit to Miss Elite Walker, of United States is one to be proud of. Mrs. E, V. Gibson, in Richmond, She burned to death in tho II nines. A man was Bent to tho penitentiary Atlanta. Jess Arnold left last week of the church members aro wo was one of tho beat known women of at tho Montlcello court for robbery, tho with H. U. Northcut on a business trip men, and but of the crim Madison county and n member of tho testimony showing that ho wbb seen 12 to Lexington. Mr. Charles Thomas, of inals are to bo found among the gentler Christian church. Goorge Hammonds died at his home miles from the scene of tho theft and Lexington, has been the guest of Mrs. E. sex, and oven the bulk of theso were drigoing In the direction of it. Some of the L. Owsley and family. Mrs. Joseph Sev- ven to crime from tho negloct and abuso near Rowland Saturday moruing after a protracted illness of meningitis and oth goods stolen were fouud six miles from erance and son, Sam Walton, of Stanford, of men. er irouuies. lie was m years old, a were visitors in our city Sunday. Mrs. bis bouse. Max O'Rkll at Danville. Max member of Christian church and a good Eddy, our Uooth Thompson is the a guest of relaHkllo SrANKouD'.-Pr- of. magnate, is now at work pro- tives in Knnsas. Mr. Ohas A. Sparks, of O'Roll, the celebrated French traveler, man, His wifo who, was Mies Louise telephone curing capital for the construction of the Nicholasville, was hero last weok. Mrs. lecturer and humorist, of whom Mark Martin, survives him. He left no childtelephone line to Stanford James O. Hemphill and daughter, Theo, Twain said: "He's the wittiest man in ren. and says ho thinks it but u question of a havo returned from the cities. Mr. J as. Europe," will appear in the Danville Mrs. Sarah Simpson, one of the oldabort time now until there will be a Ueazley and sister, Mios Ethyl, of Stan- Lecture Course on Friday night, April 3rd, Tho Nashville American saya of est women in Casey county and probaoperation between ford, were heroSundav. wire iu Guaranteed to give Satisfaction or no sale. him: "1,200 people heard O'Rell last bly the oldest pensioner in Kentucky, This will these two important points. At the celebration of the lOOdth night and a more delighted audience has has just died at Rollings. She was 96 put Stanford la touch with tho world birthday of Mrs. Mary Harlan, at never before assembled at the VandonW years old, having been born in the first about her. Danville Advocate. Ind., Saturday, five generations The people of Stanford should hear biml days of the present century and for 83 we r presflnt. 8he is tbo mother of A party might bo arranged and thus re- years had been a momber of the Metho-dia- t It is now aguiusi tho law to shoot States Senator Harlan, of Iowa, served seats secured. church. Ohio. any kind of song bird in and grandmotharof Mrs. Kobort Lincoln. George W. Carter, of the Turners-vlll- e Danvillo (Wednesday) At Twenty women at Ladonia, Tex., Her oldest daughter is Mrs. section, will not plant a hill of corn Reeder, of BY- cowhldod a physician for precrlbing Kansas, la aged 78 years. Her oldest night there will be a big meeting of the thia year. He has several hundred barKnights of the Maccabees and probably whisky too freely. grandchild is GO years of age. She has 20 lodges represented from surrounding rels of last year's crop on bend and eaya Dick Higdon, tho wealthiest and lived under every president if that does not last him, he can buy of the towns for an exemplification of the work best known negro in Frankfort, was kill- United States. enough to supply him cheaper than be of the new ritual by Deputy Supreme ed in the east wing of the State house by On ordering Jackson and Walling incan raise it. beinu caught between the elevator and to the hands of Shorifl PI u turner, Judge Commander G. H. Terpauy nnd an exFire in the Atlantic Rsfinery, at perienced team, the first floor. Buchwalter said: "I know yon have a Pittsburg, caused a loss of $100,000. Al Thu jury iu the Georgo Delaney case Tho supreme court of Tennessee baa governor over there who will protect together of at Morgaufleld found him guilty of man- stroyed. 125,000 barrels oil were devalidity of the law com- them." Tbla la rather severe on sustained the And Funeral Director. Gov. slaughter and gave him six years in the pelling a voter to ehowa poll tax receipt Brown, to whom this same judge refused William Savage was caught between rrr before he cad legally vote. That ought to tarn over a negro for feir he would penitentiary for his part in the murder the earn at Lexington and bo badly Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Bugj to Robes, . not protect him. of Abbie Oliver. crushed that ho may die. Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. to be the law in all the State. IhurmhiiiKcinditlon with 2o Jos-ep- h 1 rest of Penny, Ga., March thoughts n few weeks, yry naturally turn to my own homo nnil people. Your very valunulu impur coinos to me every week nml I must confess It Ij Just liko a long letter from the "hoinefolks." My journey Southward wiw uneventful 1 must say, however, one needs to travel to nee the sights. Truly thh U n land or beauty mid goodnevi. Those people, in a mcasuro, feel tho pressure of "hard times'" but "hojHi's star burns brightly" and wlthn stout heart and Moody purpose they nro jiuttlug forth their btwt oHortu to bring about a better statu of nlTulw. lu After nn abseneo of eight yuarn, from the coach at the thriving little city of Fort Valley, Ga I expected to go from thN place to Terry by rail, but my friends wishing mo to mjo something of tho country, carried mo through by As we drove nloug over smooth country roads, through hundreds of acres of fruit trees, by handsome country residences, well kept stock and tho contented, well fed and clothed durkoy, I thought, "Surely this iwoplo is blest " Preparations are being inttdo for a full and varied crop for this year Tho darkey Is in hi proper elemuut; tho "Sunny South" stiiu him and he Is suited to the South. The butter olas of negroes ore prospering and nro well contented. The weather is delightful, while Winter! cold breath sweeps the brow of my contented homo, Spring is kiting the cheek of dear old Georgia Know cover tho "Mho Grass" hills, but tho bright, warm sunshine streams in at my window and a chorus of mocking birds make mil sic delightful enough for the god. Truly thin Is a "laud of 'lowers" torn '' It 1h telegraphed from Oxford, O., Mrs David MoOulliim. where sho has recently visited, that MUs Miss Li'y Dde Grant will bo at Roth Stevenson and Martin Hardin will homo to entertain the mmnbers of the be married in June. A F F. club on Friday evening, March Tho marriage of Miss Florence Pull127ih. -- Died, hi mi miriineod aiio, at her home in thin oounty after a long illnea, iiuuiieniiary, was married last week to G EubanbH. rt,;rz, tLXS II-- .. I. MATTERS. . XTII CRAB ORCHARD. t J. rhnwhool taiiuht by Mrs. Mary L. man to a Chicago lawyur.hae been postponed becHiine the f 10,000 organ which Anderson at West Point is In Mrs. Lee Crady and llttlo Mary are visiting Mrs. Joe McClure. Mr. A. AddaniB, clerk of the court of appeals, is visiting one of tho O. O. belles. Mrs. Jmnea Fish is quite ill with heart trouble. The box supper at the Holmes school-hous- e for the benefit of tho preacher, Rev. Noakes, was well attended and made quite n nice amount in cash. Quito a number of Crab Orchard people were called to Lancaster Inst week t: testify in the case of Dr. I. S. Unrdette against tho L A N , which was oecided in favor of thu R. R Co. There will be an entertainment at fie Baptist church next Saturday night. A farco (Is the Editor In) will be played, and Mies Beeaie Fayne, who will leturn from Bowling Green this, week, will recite. Miss Bessie has been tiiking a special course iu elocution aud her recitation in itself will he u treat to everybody. Come, as thu entertainment will be fol lowed by a supper. Come hungry. w K I Mil JQUUMD EITi Will sell you at the Lowest Cash Price mKLL PAPGK ADD PAIOT$. We will fill you orders from a new, Fresh Stock. 41 ir Smith AMt Jwa & Stoughton's s Men's Shoes. Drew, Selby & Co.'s Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. intro-ducr- Rock Bottom Prices ! o CHARLES WHEFXER, e. cash Craig ! & Hocker, dggists TO txl Joint Pole at 25 to 75 Cts. TJ REELS, 50 warm-hearte- CO HOOKS OF EVERY KIND. X n Hunting' and Fishing Conts at Only $1.90. :: !CRAIG HOCKER, poet-humoris- t, pro-dnctio- IA.ME HUSTONYILLE, FJBYB 9 Mun-fordsvll- lo wa-te- 3-l- b '-'0 HOUSE Two-thir- - KEEPgS FRIENDS ! The Improved Favorite Washing Machine and the Favorite Churn. badly-neede- d SOLD ON TRIAL HIGGINS & McKINNEY. first-clas- s Cox-vlll- e, ed UNDERTAKING jr. o OTcnuLirr, Court-Hous- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer Room opposite , e Square, Stanford, Ky. Jjfei 'UJ i't ;'l : - .,?;. - .t-L-?li.,-,- - - -- - - 2'f"S'i -' a v-- . .;.,., Semi-Week- ly interior Journal .March 24, 189G Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. Gov. Bbadlry Ioih protest too much, which fact alone showa that ho has but little confidence in his cause. He has made slnUmient after statement of his reasons for calling out the troops and in tho New York Commercial Advertiser .. n nn. Icltor In Aafanna nf- hin -"" .cue." ..." T lint hu Viail I'UMIBU. Ill 1..if .!. aiu iu "v. .... unci, lucjr been informed by the presiding officer of each House that disorderly men were intimidating and threatening memberB of the body and that on this assurance be had requested the mayor to preserve the peace and ordered the sherill to do bo, but neither complied and then he proceeded to call out the militia and in such numbers as to overawe the diaor derly men, who might have attempted to disregard tho orders of a lesser number. If Gov. Bradley really and truly Beted for the good of the Commonwealth as be asserts, and not for partisan reasons, as it more likely appears, be is to be commended, even if his judgment waa at fault, but we shall always think that Col. Jack China and his gang could have been squelched without a call to arms, which at the same time put a further blot on the good name of the State and ran it to a very unnecessary expense. They will be offered at Prices that mean Hubble in place of Mrs. J. A. Hammond yesterday said: Ruin or snow tobut we havn't hoard who has been night, turning warmer Tuesday. There was a monkey and parrot time agreed upon. Any good democrat will A suit to set aside the will of Mr. at the republican convention in Nichol-asvill- e suit up. James A. Harris has been filed in tho Saturday, and several fights reTo the Ladik8. My stock of millinery circuit court by Mr. E. P. Woods and sulted. The trouble arose over the qm is now complete. I am prepared to fur wife. In the will dated Aug. 25, 1S90, of giving second instructions to nish you better goods and at better after endorsing Bradley for the prices tMn over before. I cordially in- Mrs, Woods, who Is n daughter of depresidency, and tho Ohio man's friends vite an inspection of my goods and prices cedent, is given her share with the other children, hut in a codicil dated Dec. 15, finally won. W. J. Wilmore was named Mrs. A. A. McKinney. of the same year, that is revoked and her And Economy as well. Hamblirrrs. Laces. White Goods. Finest of for chairman of the State central com Hon. R. C. Warrev has for reasons share given in trust to Mr. S. T. Harris Black Goods, Spring Wash Goods, Figured Sateens. Lace Curtains, mittee and Messrs. Caperton and Yerkes recommended for delegates to the Na- satisfactory to himself and friends, decid for the benefit of her children, she and Towels, Black and Brown Cotton, Sheeting Outing Cloth Suits, tional convention. In Mercer county, ed to withdraw from the race for district her husband to have no part nor lot in it, the Bradley men had plain sailing and he delegate. His action will be regretted and in caso of their death, without heirs, Gdng-hinawas endorsed and applauded world with- by a large number of democrats who the portion due them is to be dlvidtd between the other heirs. The claim is made would hnve delighted to honor him. out end. that nt the time of the writing of the The littlo girls who sold tickets to he codicil, Mr. Harris' mind was in such Hon. J. Spebd Smith, who waa clerk Grecian Entertafnraent all deserve condition as to rendur him incapable of of the Lower Houee of the late Ladies, and Men s Underwear, Shoes for Ladies, Misses and Chilpraisn, but we must mention especially tho execution of such a document. Legislature, haa returned to dren, Negligee Shirts, Laundered and Unlaundercd Shirts for Men Richmond and launched his boom for Little Virginia Bourne, who headed the Camb Willimily. After obtaining a list with f 10. Sodio Alcorn came next Congress in this district. He is a broth and Boys, either ready made or made to order. A big line of Hats. $7 CO. requisition from Gov. Bradley for Wiler of tho late Gen. Green Clay Smith and withfSfjoand.ToBephine Uayden liam Chesterfield, of Ohio, Deputy Sheriil In reviewing the whole matter and the a nephew of Gen. Cassius M. Clay, nnd Winter Picnic Mrs. J. F. Holdam R. M. Newland went to that State nnd final calling of the troops to arms, Tha is said to be a man of much force of char- writes from Crab Orchard that there will informing him that he was to be extra Louisville Times says: "The truth is it acter and a good mixer, but a very poor be an entertainment at the Baptist dited for forgery, Mr. Chesterfield readiwas a part of as contemptible a political Bpenker. He has represented his county church there next Saturday night, 2Sth, conspiracy as was ever hatched, and in in the Legislature and was a clerk under nnd after it a winter picnic. Admipsion ly agreed to come to Kentucky without its execution the governor lost his head, Collector Burnam in the revenue office. 25 cts. for adults, 10 eta. for children. It further proceps nnd face his accusers. Ho and when summoned beforo the Senate The probabilities are that he will gnaw a is hoped that many Stanford people will accordingly accompanied Mr. Newland and gave him no trouble at all. Friday committee, governor as be was, came file, even should he be given the nomi-tio- attend. he vhs delivered to the jailer here, who like a whipped spaniel with his tail bev at hin request went with him to tween his legs to stand his trial. SupWill Have to re Oct Ofk. Mr. F. D. Six measly democrats, McKlnnev, after which ho waa voted Myere, who lives on the Danville pike. pose that the Senato had fined him $500 with the republicans in the Lower Btuck n thorn in the back of his left brought here and lodged in jail where he Late styles in Crushers, Alpines and Stiff Hats. New Clothing for and six months' imprisonment. If such House of Congress to censure Ambassa- hand Wednesday, since which time now is, not being unable to give the J250 Spring and Summer wear arriving daily. judgment bad been enforced what would dor Bayard for making n speech in Eng- blood poisoning has set in and his physi- bail fixed, after be had waived his examthe Commonwealth have done for a govland against the republican pet theory of cians think amputation of the hand will ining trial. Yesterday on a writ of habernor during tbe six months? Or might brought before Judge protection. Gov. McOreary made a be necessary. He has been Buffering eas corpus he was not tbe convicted governor have issued splendid argument against such a coarse Carson, but in the nbience of the county from it intensely. his own pardon? The governor is liable attorney the trial of it wss continued till to prosecution, but it must bo by im and the abridgement of the right of free The advertisement of A. B. Robertson this morning. The grounds for the writ by the constitu- speech, but the littlo fellows in Congress peacbment, as provided A Bro. came on us unawares and at an is that Davidson had no jurisdiction in tion, and lawyer as ha is he rould have were detormined to make asses of themA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, selves, no matter how strongly warned. hour too late to print a couple of extra the case. Mr. Chesterfield saya he waivknown it if he had not lost bis head. pages, which we would otherwise have ed examination because he thought he T. D. RANEY, Manager. It is amusing to read that Mr. So and done had we been given more notice. could give bond and go back to hia busiTub Bradley crowd that met in LouisBranch Stores. So has resigned his position in the audi- Our readers can make up for the loes of ness. ville the other night to boom him for the Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburgj Cynthiana, presidency mean business and that means tor's or somebody else'B office at Frank reading matter by taking advantage of .VBW ADVKBTlSIstaWI Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , a distribution of the "dough." It was fort, when the fact is that the rads have tbe inducements oflered by the most en Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. decided to raise $5,000 to help in the kicked him out That sort of resigna- terprising of firms. mm movement and that amount of money tion is the kind that animated Pat's wife, Ode old friend, Mr. O. J. Thurmond, L NbW Sress Ming means a great deal to tbe poor repub- according to hia statement. "Waa she resigned" was asked him when she died who waa for years in the livery bneineea licans of tbe State. One man was apat Junction City, baa bought out the Having complttcd my courts In ihc French pointed to look after tbe governor's in- "Resigned, why dom it man, she had to Tailoring System ot Cutting and Pitting I offer coal and feed business of E. C. Settles at my icr vices to bo" was the response. ! terest in each district, except in the third Danville and taken charge of it. No and fifth, where five are appointed. Dr. The Owenuboro Tribune, a recent re- cleverer or more honorable man lives Godfrey Hunter must be damned all publican venture, is now owned by Miss And Vicinity, ftelinc I can pleat than "Ollie" Thurmond and if the Dan- them with my work. astured thit In the rear I will be found along tbe lina and only Bradley men, Cecilia M. Gilliland, who has been Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Rkduck Pkices of Mr i. Kale DueVlerar'a Millinery Stcre and will its ville people don't treat him right and dc who can be depended upon and who business manager. Sho is the ciaa 10 wan on mote wishing work in my line on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Winds, Metal Roofing, first wo- give him a liberal patronage they will MUS.WM GECH, Stanford 7tf have no leaning to McKinlay are to be man to own and manage a newspaper in fall short of their dnty. Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, F.tc. I carry a sent as delegates to St. Louis. It is a Kentucky and judging by tbe experifull itock of every thing found in a s Lumber Yard, and by mighty fine scheme, but Huntur has ence of other ventures of Tns csbo of Sykes vs. the Common the kind in shdwn that when it comoi to log rolling that democratic stronghold, selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prics lower than have wealth, appealed irom Boyle, was reON IMPROVED FA It MS she is posand trickery he is more than a hand and sessed of more money ever been offered here. versed by the court of appeals. Sykep, than discretion. In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 a half and he has a knife up his sleeve cmian who was in a crap game with eomo other nual intcreit; no comraUtlon per cent., Addrttt for Bradley, worse than Jack Chinn's Louisville republicans seem deter- negroes, lost f 2.50 and then by force of GKO. W DAW. Room 17, charted. ltuilillns, Kenyon Louisville, Ky. Kor blank mined to give Gov. Bradley's presidenarms made the fellow give it up. He ther Information, inquire olapplications and far J. N. Saunders, Ateditor-soloBrer Jim Richakikon, the tial boom a black eye. A meeting was was convicted of highway robbery and torney, Stanford, Ky. profpsses to believe that the democratic held there Friday night, at which the we eunpoae the court of appeals holds party in Kentucky is dead, because he McKinley men had it all tbeir own way. that it is not unlawful to regain that imagines ho Baw it die in a caucus down Mayor Todd, whose election waa opposed which was obtained illegally. ... at Frankfort, when a good number of by the governor, has it in for him for Bound money democrats refused to be what he regards as a piece All Right, eo Fail Little Katie Philof unpardonWc have the best stock of Wall Paper ever whipped into line for a free silver bolter able oiliciousness. ips, one of the children bitten by a brought to this city. Come in before it has and disorganizer for U. S. Senator. Brer mad dog a couple of weeka ago, became is now reported that the silver men very ill a few dayH ago and her parents, Jim is a pessimist, upon whom the water been picked over. It of Frankfort has had a bad effect. You will run Jack Ohinu for State Senator in Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Phillips, feared that need a doao of Crab Orchard salts, old Stephenson'B district. So many things hydrophobia had set iu. febe rallied in a fellow. Take one and you will then have happened of late to astonish the few hours, however, and waa in town agree with us that the grand old demo- woodcock, that he haa ceased to make Saturday looking the picture of health. cratic party was not born to die, and no his usual remarK, or he would utter a While she waa sick a portion of the limb Alwys have our best attention. None but the matter how hard the froo Bilverites try to "Great God" bo loud that nil the world thnt waa biiten grew black nnd gave her Jtest and Purest Drugs used. kill it, will survive nil other parties, might hfcar. considerable pain. The other children clicks and factious, und continue to fight that were bitten at the poine time have Bradley doubtless made a great blun not been troubled with their wounds. for the people and for the greatest good ' der in calling out the militia, but Judge ,1M to tho greatebt number. . &" Ui Fou some time a number of colored j Hszelrigg b denunciation of it in a pub Congressman Owenb has presented a lic meeting was out of place and to be Inys have been throwing coal ofF of the ,. ajSi IJUY THE OL15 HBL1A11LE, bill to provide for the coinage of silver at regretted. The judiciary should leave 0 r. m. freight aa it passed here and findits commercial ratio to gold. This would politics alone and like good Christiana ing that the steal amounted to considermake the silver dollar about the size of a keep themselves unspotted from the able, MaBter of Trains B N. Holler gave ThatFreckle-Face- d Boy cart wheel and just ns clumsy. The mine world. Constable Benedict the job of having it boy might climb up stopped. Saturday night that officer and owners and their subsidized agents in It seems to be the fad now to print Craig Camden got on the train at Row- That the old bnndlo cat he rniht worry the trees, and teaie And Congress will never agree to Buch a law. newspaper in colors. Within n week land and before it pulled into Stanford Hut the teat of bit panta, at welt at tha knees, Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground Their sole desire is to have CO cents damage would stand we have received the Hopkinavillo New rascals. Would bow all the racket uo Right. worth of Bilver stamped as n dollar by it waa covered with tho black tbe government and they would ride in Era in green, tbe Breckinridge News in They recognized Beveral, but failing to If his mammy would buy 'en from FROHMAN & CO. blood up to their bridle bits if a ratio blue.andnow the Covington Common- catch any of them, writa were sworn wealth cornea to us aa evidence that Brer was adopted greater than 16 to 1. out and those that can bo arrested will He could make bis top hum and play marLlei loo, Blakely has been painting things red. if lie the cock of the walk and kinc of the crew, be tried before Judge Carson The Richmond Pantagraph baa joined nnsHihlfl. One lumn of coal thrown ofi And hearty and healthy but he'd never wear ADDITIONAL J0CAL. w through the Lexington Leader and several other It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, pounds, while thero weighed The iOJl or the knees, II hit 'mammy would go Mcrepublican State papers in booming of smaller ones. don't keep it. And buy hia pinta'oons from Get your painta and wall paper at were several bushels Kinley at the expense of Gov. Bradley, Penny's Drug Store FROHMAN & CO. Lynimikd. A dlHrmtch saya that Wil- for tbe presidency. These things ought not so to be. Bradley is tho "Key to the Just received a beautiful line of Cham- liam Murphy, whoahot and killed Wil- You cojIJ send him to school with sachet and books, aolid South" they Bay, and he should by ber Seta and Queenawaro at Warren & liam Bowlin, three week8 ago, was taken filled by a Anithe pockets would up with nails and fish hooka all meana be nominated. Let all true Shanks' "Model Grocery." from thej.il at Huntaville, Tenn., And st'll they last him and as for their Kentucky republicans help Gov. Bradley looks, mob and banged to a tree. When the T ring the riot alarm. style, you We've got it. Tho Lor Mountain or mob broke into the jail Murphy seemed They'd be "In the swim," the know, "Bear Creek" cannel nut coal. Come to know what was coming, and although II his mammy would buy thorn from If tbe court of appo.ila to which the and see ub the best ever put on the a pronounced dieciple of IngerBoll. called FROHMAN & CO. caso will bo taken shall agree with Judge market. Nool it Son. loudly to heaven for aid, anu prayeu ami may get the office Field, fJhoriffPfianz it's quite evident, When ho found And this U a pleaded vehemently. If his Clothes made the man, he'd Mb. P. P. Nunnklly haa taken in Mr. back be lost by failure to lilo hia bond. were in vain, ho bog- And his auntie might doubt to be Preildent, that his pleadings her full heart's The Louisville judge holds thnt the btat-n- e Milford D. Garner aa partner in hia pro ged to be shot or Btnbbed or killed any content, which makes tbe failure to file the duco business and tbe latter gentleman other way but by hanging. Tho mob, Hut the current of life towards the White Home would flow, bond on a certain Monday iu January a will scour the country for chickens, etfgu however, paid no attention whatever to If warmed by the garments from forfeiture of the ofiice of sheriff, is in and the like. and hanged him him, but took him out FROHMAN & CO. conflict with the. organic law. I havk secured the riervicea of Mrs. I, to a tree about SO yards from tho jail card on the tree: "Do lie could hunt for his fun and not have a A museum man telegraphed Jack Ohinu M. Bruce aa trimmer for the Spring and door, tacking this the dirt on his hands and a comb from bis And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. down thia body till S o'clock in hair, that he wguld give, him $100 for a 13 Summer season. She haa just returned not take from the cities where she has been get- the morning." He waa from Junction Hut repatches he NEVER would wear minute apeech on hia stage, but Jack where he has a wife and As long as he lived on the earth here below, plied that he wasn't in the freak busineua ting up all the latest ideaa in millinery. City, this Stato, yet. Of course not. Jack is a statesman Oome and see her. Mrs. A. A. McKin-ne- y. family, but with whom he haa not lived If encased in a suit from FROHMAN & CO. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. and the maker of statesmen. for a long time. '" ! TiiicxK are differences of opinion as to Gov. Bradley's power to appoint a successor to Blackburn. Senator Lindsay, who is a great constitutional lawyer, says he can not and cites the case of Mantle, who was appointed by the governor of Montana under conditionb similar those now existing in Kentucky, who was not permitted to tako his Beat. It thus appears that altor next March, Kentucky will hnve to get along with but one Sen ator, which is about tho enmo she has been doing sinco Blackburn was elected. No Senator is preferable to a treo Bilver fanatic, who disregards the principles of the parly to which he owes allegiancn and spits upon the declarations of its platform. Danes will repair your watch. Look at Severance & Son's goods before yon buy your Spring dress. Belt buckles and new Spring goods coming this woek. Wait. Danks. The Weathbii. Aftor two or three day.a of bright Sunday when Everybody who has Been Soverance A the sun Bhone weather and tbe brightest, the signal Son's dress goods, silks and trimmings service out of pure malignity eent a die Bays the largest and most elegant stock patch to hoist the cold wave signal. Wo ever shown in Stanford. obeyed orders, but thought thero was u . It was reported that the democrats mistake somewhere. It wasn't with the nnd republicans of Garrard would nnite bureau though for by midnight it had yesterday on resolutions approving turned cold and the coldest kiud nf rain the riot alarm of Gov. Bradley, but it began to fall, continuing till yesterday SPRING! Wc arc Looking Forward to it. New Goods ape Arriving proved untrue. just before noon, when it turned into a snow which soon covered the earth and die-patc- department is arrang made it look like the dead of winter, lng to appoint another postmaster at instead of beautiful Spring. The h The post-offic- e Every Day. PE1FECT Mc-Kinl- ey, SAHSFACTWI. m New m m Apron Checks, Dress Goods and unla-ment- ed n. Kings-villean- d THE LOUISVILLE STORE, W'skest, The Ladies or Stanford, Reduction In Prices first-clas- m MONEY To LOAN A. C. SINE. Stanford, Ky. 1 1 RIGHT NOW PRESCRIPTIONS 1 zfgz. freckle-faced tv f PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Vulcan Chilled Plow. to-da- y We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. 0d-od- d W. H. WEAREN & CO. rl-- lact-a- nd Spring Suits? Beautiful Patterns, - care-K- eep Latest Stvles. H. J. McROBEKTS. InteriohJournul Smnfohd, E. C. Kv-- , New Bilks. Severance A Son. & New Spring capes. - Severance Son. & March 1M, 1896 Gbktlkmen's new hats. Severance Son. IIouaK full of new goods. & Son, -- Walton, Business Manager NEW GOODS I Severance Wtf liru (nitinnrallif lifillimit n fnflU 9m Nbw lino boys' clothing and extra repairer, but during his absonco your repair work will be aont to the city, thor- pante. Severance & Pon. oughly and accurately done and returned to von without any HXtra charge. Pen and Timothy seed at Warren & ny a uriiK nnil Jewelry more. " Shanks' "Model Grocery." -- New Dress Goods, New Lot Silks, New Trimmings, . . PER8UNU POINTS. Attkntion is called Danville, Kentucky. OUR- - Mn. Mil. advertisement. J. M. IJendmcks is quite sick. JaiiksT. JoNks ia very low with to read it. lias been quite to Mrs. Wm. Gears' Ladies especially ought pneumonia. who hns been sick for several weekH, in up again. Mn. William Dauoiikktv has been quite aick witii heart trouble, but ia out again. Mh 8. D, Yowbll and Miss Jennie McKinney, of Uimonville, were here Sunday. Mn. and Mum. G. T. Dunn, of Danville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Iiaughman. Mibh Doha Dauoiiman, of Danville, is yiaiting her brothers, J. V. and Harry Uaughmnn. Mn. K. W. Mabtin, of the L. & N.t with headquarters at Louisville, was here last week visiting relatives and irienda. Mn. J. S. Uhimlr, cashier of tho First National Iiauk of Klizabethtown, epent 100 Sunday with his brother, Mr. W. I Mits. J. J. McUoiiKKTa Bick for several daya. Mibh Uettik I'axton, Ileal Wash Goods -- ... Bv freight train No. 41 on the (Jincin nati Southern breaking in two near Green Ihvor tank and tho two sections colliding 1.1 earn were derailed and six of them burned. 9 9 Wooldhiikjk Jellico Coal ia again offered you at a reasonable price and with a stiBfactory guarantee. Give ua a trial order. J. II. Baughman & Co. Lots of New Goods. SEVERANCE & SON BPYBUGEIES. Big Line ARE- ALL M I ON SALE. DIMITIES. jc Mm. J. C. Flournce is making preparaNew Goods coming in from New York, Philadelphia and Cincinnations to build a cottage on the vacant lot next to his store-rooCome in and see them. We have many New Things on East Main ti this week. Btreet. Mr. J. A. Allan has furnished the plans and will moro than likely get to Show You. the contract of building it. m Tub miners at Pittsburg obey the Bibinjunction to increase and multiply. A letter from there to the C.-Bays that in the 10 years ho has been there, Dr. Jackson Given, who is from this county, lical J. These always popular goods wc have in more than in more than 50 Grime. pretty patterns. Wc show one great line at 12 Mks. ( 'atiikiiine Colson, who has been new colors and patterns. The new Rejanc Dimities wc have in all visitini; her daughter, Mrs. W. K. Mopb, new "Dresden" and "Persian" effects now in such great demand. in Outran!, returned to her home at Mid- Real Irish Dimities we have in 30 exquisite designs at 25c. dlcRl oro Saturday. G-RAS- S has been present at 1,700 accouchments. LINENS. The latest "fad" wc show in a great variety of plain and fancy qualities ranging in price from 12 to 50 cents. ORGANDIES. Not the real French, yet the designs arc so dainty, the cloth so sheer that you might easily be deceived. The. price, is only I2jc and 18c. GINGHAMS. Old friends in name and qualities, but that is all. The patterns arc all new, the prices arc even newer, for they arc but little higher than Calico. Prices 5c to 25c. FOR SHIRT WAISTS. Wc show a great line of "Madras," "Cheviots." and others in designs especially adapted for Shirt Waists. Prices range from "jc for yard wide Penang up to 18c for the best Madras. "Pe-tiangs" Spring Wraps & Separate Skirts. A choice line of new ideas in Capes at every price from up to Si 5. You will be surprised very agreeably when you see the all silk capes at $. and up. They arc equal in quality and style to any you have ever seen at twice that money'. Skirts wc show in Serge, Mohairs and Silks at all prices, from $1 up to $ 12. All these arc made in the very latest cut. $1 OUR NEW DRESS GOODS. The latest style, the best quality and the lowest prices. You want to find the store where you arc sure to find all three of these. We feel very confident tint our store will come as near to Wc show hun filling all these requirements as any in Kentucky. of pieces of new Dress Goods at 25c, 39c, 50, 75c and $1 and dcds upwards and they arc styles different from the ones you will .sec at home. Shepard checks in in all colors. Scotch Cheviots in 20 styles, Persians, Crcpons, etc Black Goods in plain weaves and fancy it all prices. NEW SILKS. You arc sure to want a silk dress or a waist this season and we want to sell it and will if you will only favor us with a look. Wc have any kind you want from a 25 cent Wash Silk to the finest Printed Warp Taffeta, all are new this season. DRESS TRIMMINGS. You will find all you will need to complete the dress in our stock. New Ribbons, new laces, Spangles in bands and ornaments, Velvets, Silks, Chiffons, etc. "Cluze" Pat. Thumb Kid Gloves. The greatest thing ever invented in gloves. This new thumb makes the glove fit. You should have a pair of these tried on and you will realize what an improvement it is and will have no other. We have them from Si to $2. All Guaranteed. We will Send you Samples if you Can't Come. ffgg Danville, Kentucky. Peter Straub, Jr., aud James L. Totten have about completed a well drill which is to be run by steam. It will make betweon 2,500 and U.000 strokes per hour and has many adMi.h, An.nik D. S'anAiisdalk, who has vantages over the old fashioned horse been with her daughter. Mrs. II. J. Mc- - power machine. The gentlemen think Hobwrte, returned to her home at they have a bonanza in their invention Saturday. and it is to bo hoped that they will not A Xkodesiia, Kanoas, paper says that bo disappointed. Miss Mabel Lyle, a niece of Mr. John II. Sold Out. Messrs. Hughes & Tate, Bright, of this county, was givm a gold who had intended beginning this mornmedal over 10 elocutionary contestants ing to auction off their stock of goods, in that city. Maj. (). Matt A damb, pension agent sold out Saturday to Mr. W. P. Tate. Tho for Kentucky, was here a day or so en purchaser got a liberal discount off of the route to his old home at Barbourville, coat price of tho goods and as soon as he and was the recipient of many attentions finishes invoicing will offer them at and below coBt. He will bo asBited by Messrs. from frieuds who hold himiu the highGorge B. Cooper and Clarence E, Tate est esteem. and will add some now goods as he goes Mn. Mac. Whkat, democratic of Casey, has moved to the Mt. along. Mr.Tato isuudecided about conSalem neighborhood in this county and tinuing tho business after he disposes of in ordering his paper Bent there, says it the stock, but if ho does well, and which does him good to read a straight out we predict he will, he will likely do so. democratic paper like tho Intkhioh Joun- - It has been 15 years since he quit merchandising, but he still has a good idea NAL. Miss Altik Mrrksuuhy and Mr. E of the business. Mr. Hughes does not G. Brown, of Lancaster, accompanied know yet whBt business he will pursue, Misses Laura Smith, Sallie Tillettand but it is very probable that ho will again Beasie Marksbury to this place Sunday, become a Knight of the grip Back, at whero tho trio took tho train for Louis- which business he made such a decided ville and Cincinnati to buy millinery success. goods. Tub Grecian Entertainment given at Tub Taylorsville Monitor in telling of Walton's Opera House Friday nieht bv his candidacy for Congress says: Mr. Miss Harriet E. Glascock, the charming OwBluy i'b a prominent attorney at StanDelBartean artist and accomplished ford and is in every way qualified to fill reader, and her troupe of beautiful vonnir with satisfaction the olllce he seeks, lie ladies and pretty tots, was largely attend will bn in Spencer county to meet with ed and greatly enjoyed. It began with a our people hs soon as his oilicla! duties wedding, in which Master Ned Smith will permit. and Misa Margaret Warren, were made Mr. John V. Biiioiit, a brother of Miaa "man and wife," by Parson Charlev Lou Bright, of the telephone exchange, Sautley. Little Jane Saunders and Em arrived in tho city Sunday morning to ma liayea wero tho maids of honor and attend the bedside of his mother, who all were in bridal array, the little girls was reported to be very near the point ol being costumed in white dreBsea on death. Mrs. Bright has since rallied and train and the little boys having on dress is now reported slightly better. Biiits. They looked liko a party of raid- Nkwb. gets and nctod as well as crown Deou'e Tho brido.and groom brought down the CITY AHD VICINITY. house by tho loud and enthusiastic man Phiicales otShankH', ner in which they responded to the usual questions. Tho hoop drill and songs by Swkatkiih at ShankH1. the little tots wore well executed and the Uamuuihis at Shanks'. scarf and otherdrilla and nttitudesof the M lovely maidens, just budding into Mkn'h fancy nhirt at Shanks'. beautiful womanhood, wero the noetrv of C'kki'ONs and mohairs at Shanks'. motion and the blank verse of posing, thoy keeping almost perfect time to the FiHiiiNd tackle. Penny'H Drug Store. music deftly played by Mirs Aueie Bl. Born, to the wife oLThomas Dudderar lou. lliey weredree8ed in white robes n girl. and with hair powdered aud tho color of .. Whitu sued outs for sale. J. II. Baugh- - their cheeks heightened by ttio excite ment, they presented pictures of Inver man &Co. .. ness that woulJJhave entranced an artist. Dm ED apples, wanted at Iliggius & Miss Clyde Huffman, of Lancaster, with McKinney. piano accompaniment by Misa Georgia Mkn's hats at moat any. price and any Miller, of thesnmelplace, gave two s on the violin which stamnml Imr stylo at Shanks'. w "' a of tlutS.moat delightful of Say, ih your eyesight failing? Try a9 mistress music makers and won annlausa and Danks' spectacles. Sure fit. personal commendation that must have SuuoEsof various weights aifd prices been as plowing to her aa it was hiphlr " appreciated by :hor friends. Of Misa iu blues and blacks at Shanks'. Uloscoclc, the teacher and demonstrator Beautiful lino of newyeila and veil of tho beautiful art.of graceful movement ings at Mrs. A. A. McKinney's, and artistic posea, too much in praise Fou firo insurance in the best of com can not tie said. Handsome of face, lovo' ly of figure and onthusiastic in hnr work panies apply to Jesse D. Wearen. . . she combines every grace necessary for Call and oxaimneSpring and Summer It anu imparts iier onthusiaam to her clothingsamples. Jesse D. Wearen. pupils. Tho delsarte nantominn in "Nearer My God to Thee," sweetly eung Eons Barred Plymouth Rocks and . Haytlon and Miss Clara by Aire. J. White Leghorn, 75 centa per setting. II. Mention was tho climar. of pmpo nml J. McRoberts. beauty. She nlsj proved herself a reader Cau load of buggies just received, of a very high order of talent. We comwhich will bo sold at rock bottom prices. mend her to tho people of our sister B. K. Wearen. towns and aBsure them thai she prcsonta a moBt pleasing ontertainmeut. The net We have constantly on hand canuol and bituminous nut coals for cooking proceeds of the perforroaucoNhero were for tho Armenian uutlerera and amountpurposes. J. II. Baughman & Co. ed too good Bum. CRUi'ONsnud mohairs are tho things At the matinee Saturday, tho program for Spring suitings for ladies. Go to was repeated, except that Mips Glascock Shanks boforo buying and Bee goods and gave some exhibitions of her skill with get prices. n guitar in placo of Miss Huffman and Ws are overstocked on saddles and Miss Ethel Boazley, in a very captivating harness and will give bo mo big bargains manner, recited in Miss Glascock's atead. Quite a nice crowd was present and all in that line for the next two weeks. seemed to enjoy the program. Hardin. Messrs. Har-rodsbuex-she- riil Mid-dlesbm m Well Dhilu Prices. at Low Largest and Most Complete Stock of Undertaker's Goods Ever brought to this Section. W. IV. WITHERS, Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Ky. OVERSTOCKED ! We have an Immense Line and are realy overstocked in Harness : and : Saddlery, And will dispose of them at greatly reduced prices for the next two weeks. Some of these roods will be sold at hilf their former price. Call if you want Bargains that are sure enough Bargains. FARRIS & HARDIN. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House Im- In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and see A. E. GIBBONS, Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered J jn Central Kentucky. "TheJBEST is Always The CHEAPEST." FULL LINE OF frfcj UrTij iftfMf ft MN If. 7 dHr T taa - Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Just RecieveJ. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. vsimw mwr Trer.' solec-tion- w w Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Culti vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows d at Prices Jto Suit before you buy. Farm Wagons by the the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. B' K' WEAKEN". ... m ... ''the old reliable" Oliver Chill Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and ed Plows and Repairs. Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Hames, Collars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. t. . ui net mrrxvpA a full line ot W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. THK nLUK-GHAS- S Thoroughbred V TfrlCX Duroc-Jeney w,fcww HERD XJT i K .- n reeoer who .aIaj...! frnm Ihn liMt h.ril. ..v.-..-- -. T of of thii lamoui brred to wm in ievcra! different P Slate., A .Plendld . guaranteod. Conepondence ollcted. Address fiCJ www ' Bly QGfHl'Jia i77nariaiii slMMKlTHiiirTffTPrTl Far-rlB- & R. H. BRUNAUliU, Ky, Crab Orchard, rr' WV McIIenry will drive the great Azote this year. "ibltahod Every Tuoaday and Friday Horeelwa mail wagons for Now York AT City are talked of. AD VANOK rU PKK Morris J. Jones wants to make a not so paid 32.60 will be charged." SrWhoo brood mire of Alex 2:03. Democrat notes The Winchester K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. of six hogs at 3.00 to 3c. sties Train eave Stanford at 7.10 a ra., returning Louis Waltz bonght of Monroe Hickfct s:jop m. man a small bunch of hogs as 3Jc. 100 bushels of blue grass seed lor L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. at 35 cents a bushel. B. K. Wflaren. m sale t 37P a),4, Train going North, m 1 is Penco & Bibb have bought several No .......u 04 p m South ... " tjpm bunches of ewi-- with lambs (brown in SFMi-WEEKLr r)r r - -- '. Confidential Letter No. 2 Sar-saparil- INTERIOR JOURNA FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NEWSY NOTES. J. It Tarty. S. OWSLEY, Ccnif-tsi JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, YKiVBr 1 e QUEEN & CRESCENT. Traias past Junction City as No. 1 h 3 uth 11 1 folio wi 9 NwTK. j b ihn run no Junction City, nor on Sjndsy. " .. 8 4tpm " 10 N'os. 5 and 6 and o and 10 m N 06 it m " " 01 m 37 North 4 " 6 " ,.,6 00 a m lur- - pm ...1.4,6 p m ...3.15 a m ...3 e.6 An investigation shows promise of th largeat peach crop in Georgia for years. Tho steamship, Masaachusetts.which recently sailed for London had 428 horses on board. Hon. G. A. Lackey has had 10 horses to die of distemper during the present winter. D. M. Oreighton sold to W. L. acres of his farm near Kings-villeat at2. IG $9.25. is! POWDER Absolutely Pure. der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. SOYAL BAKING POWDER 00. 106 Wall Street, New York. Oarroll Bailey and Doc Drye will open their training stable at V. W. Hays' this morning. Riley Qrannan Bays bo lost about 1100,000 in the West but that he is not broke, yet by a long shot. During the three dayB sale of trotting stock at Lexington by Brasfleld, 225 brought a littlt. over $25,000. Anderson Bros, bought of GHrrard aid Mndison A cream of tartar baking pow county parties a bunch of old cattle at 2jto3Jc. two and Nancy Hanks has been named in the New England Breeders' $13,000 Futurity owner, J. Malcolm Forbes, of Boston. sister of Roberta A., a Bsuzetta, 2:063, wfla bought at the sale in Lexington by Brook Gurry wife. three-year bher two-year-o- ld Bras-Ho- ld for $2,000. Dress Making. .. m There is a decidodly better feeling in horses. At a sale in Illinois the other lay ordinary farm horses brought from $S5 to$117. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call en Mrs. L. A. Brady, Miss Mollie Ware Iloorat over M. D. Elmore' ttoro. Sranforl, Kv. The Gentlemen's Driving Club of Dettoit, Mich., will have a three-mil- e race each for the 2:30 and 3:00 minute class Painting and Papering. Furniture Stained and Varnished at the VERY LOWEST PRICES. Leave Orders at Penny's Drug tf T. : Store V. Geer, Stanford, Ky. T. : SUTTOH. UNDERTAKER, TJUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Oflei hit services o the people ol West Lincoln ind Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins and Ckskets always on hand. 1). 8. Carpenter, Manser. 95 JfiZ ZLZ "Z. "i"j"p L - i 1 Keep you eye on tho Page Fence See Huff Dudderar, J. L. Dawson, J. II Bright, R. Cobb, Kd Carter, U. Chancellor and others who have usG. A.. PEYTON. 8tanf. rd, Ky. ed It Agent for Lincoln County. 9j4jm CALL ON., F G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only 15 Cents. Bcriber. For Uiggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of The Louisville Fair and Trotting nil kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key opened a futurity for the Kinpv Chains, ftc. Stimpingnn Metal and general rrptirmg Shop over M. I) Elmoi's store, foals of 1800, to be known as the KenSo htat ford, Ky. Antonia, Texas, for $750. It is proposed to "double deck" the Union Stock yards at Chicago. The ground apace will bo devoted entirely to cattle and that above to sheep and hogs. Under an arrangement which Secretary Morton is making for the purchase and distribution of seeds each member of Congress will be entitled to 15,000 package?. By the burning of Talmago's stables at Saginaw, Mich., 18 valuable horses and some Jersey cows were suffocated. Among the horses was Pontoon 2:15, a half brother of Alix. Carroll Reid has a by Enquirer. He named the colt Advertiser, but the Jockey club would not register the colt, as there was another already on the list by that name. Mr. Reid is thinking of calling the colt Sub two-year-o- ld two-year-ol- d Electric Hitters is a meuUinc suited for any setson, but perhaps more grnerally neednl in the Garrard county party who owns a cow tpring, when the languid, exhaus'fd fscling preber 24.9SS. that gives II gallons of milk daily. vails, when the liver is tirptd and alu;gih a d Dr. A. W. Jayne, of Tonawanda, N. the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A promp Richmond Register. averted long and from a cataleptic condition use 01 this medicine hasotlen No A circus which is wintering at Peru, Y., awoke medicine will perhaps fatal bilious fevers ding just as preparations were being made for act worn surely in counter ponon. aud freeing the Ind., is feeding its animals on horse Headache, Inavstem from the malarial digestion, constipation, dlitmrst yield to Klecirie meat, finding that it is cheaper than any hie funeral. man of bitters. Only 51c per bottle at W 11. Mcrtoberls Sigmund Loeb, an insurance rug store. other they can buy. Cleveland, O , hung himself and left a Ashland Wilkes, the famous sire of All last winter Mr Gio. A. Mills, of Lebanon, inability to sleep Coon., was badly atHicted with rheumatism At John R. Gentry, 2:03, has been bought ncteBtatiug that his times it was so severe that he could not stand up was the cause. by J. F. Scott for $10,000. He will make on one side "I trieu straight, but was Mrs. El Shover, of Deleware, O, ditlerent remedies drawn tver without finding relief," he says, the season at Lexington. a number "until about six months ago t bought a bottle 01 temporarily insane killed Dr. Chamberlain's l'aln Halm. Alter using It lor G. and O. P. Cecil, of Danville, while of chickens ami baptized her children three da) s my rheumatism was gone and has not nave Bold the bay mare, Winnie Clay returned since. ' blood. 2:20, by O. F. Clay, to A. E. Slack, of San with their For sale by Craig A llocVer, Stanford, Ky. mar-rle- d There trotters. medals, weighing in the aggregate J. Wade Walker says he knows a The diplomas will num pounds. One Cow and Calf, Household asd Kitchen Fur sale tuture. The Land, 5 acres, will be offered aud If not sold, will M rented to the highest bid der. It has a goal house uu It, is well watered and in a rood state of cultivation . All sumsol Jio aud under, cash; over Terms that amount a credit ol 90 days on nelis negotiable and payable at Farmers flank and Trust Co., Stanford : : J. II. OREKN, Cooke, James Ofliea on Main Street, Opposite tbe a At the same time and placet will sell to tho Harrodsburg, Ky. highest bidder on the same trims ray persooal E. B. Head, aged 80, and the oldest property, consisting ol s good Marcs, one Cow, t Calf, yearling printer in Indiana, died at Franklin, that Simon S. Hartman. ol Tunneltoti Wtst Va,, old Colt.Wagon, t setMule,Wagon Harness, good a horse gonl ot had set type regularly lor J h a been subject to attacks of colic a ''out once a Mowing Machine, 15 barrels of C"rn, j slacks of State. He yrnr and would have to call a doctor and then Timothy Hay, set of lluggy Harness, 1 Soa .Proprietors of..... years. suffer lor about is hours as much a some do when and Pigs, lliood Sows t black llcrishire Hoar, they die. He was taVcn recently jutt the same as aud a lot of Farming Implements Franklin voted Saturday to Issue at other times and concluded to try ChamberF S C.RKKN $20,000 worth of bonds for the purpose of lain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrh.ra Kemedy. He bTANFOHD, KY. tool one dose of it aud it gave me relief building water works. The vote stood ms, "I in live minutes. That is mors than anything else Having bougl of P W. Oreen his Llv.ry bus- has ever done for me." mess and added and bursts, we mr. 400 to 22. For sale by Craig A Hotker, Stanford, Ky. prepared to furnish Tho trial of Jackson and Walling was set for April 7, at Newport. Bro. Walton: Please hold the Thos. Wilson, of Franklin, Ind., fell ears while I tell what Cooke's o(f of a load of Btraw and broke bis neck' is. Well, it is not a mysBon of George Elson, terious compound of which A the of Alliance, O , was butted to death by a component paits are gathered in ram. some far off, unheard of land; neiAt Lima, O., W. P. Goodman suicid- ther is it some late, SCIENTIFIC DIS ed by taking morphine because he could cover y, made by unknown pronot find work. fessors. Neal Dow, tbo great temperanco adCooke's Sarsaparilla is a rcme vocate, baB celebrated the 02ud anniverdy whose component parts are nasary of bis birth. Tho mills and factories established tive roots and herbs, growing in by tho Salvation ar.ny give employment the hills and valleys of Kentucky, which are gathered at their prop to 10,700 persons. Thomas Harrison, of Fayette, Mo., cs seasons by responsible hands. while drunk attempted to ford a river After cleansing, sorting and culling they arc carefully dried for and was drowned. Their virtues arc extracted of Ottawa, O., use. Tho Redding brothers have accidentally broken their necks by the latest scientific process known to pharmacy by a pharwithin the last year. Hiram Berry, ttie Frankfort distiller, macist who has spent IS years in is dead. He was rich, besides carrying the work of his chosen profession. $100,000 life insurance. For over a hundred years has it Kiug Menellk is rubbing it in on the stood the test and it stands Italian government. He now demands before the public guaranteed to be 1,000,000 lire indemnity. the best blood purifier in the mar-eIn the New York cat show there are It is positively guaranteed to several animals valued at suras ranging cure scrofula in any form. Its from 1P0 to $2,!00 apiece. merit is shown by its growing pop Tho tobacco barn of Win. Hagan, of ularity and in localities where long Scott county, together with 30,000 pounds est uced you find the largest sales. of tobacco, was destroyed by Ore. accepted an Sold in Lincoln county by Secretary Carlisle has W. 13. McRobcrts, Stanford. invitation to deliver an address to the " Penny's Drugstore, laboring people of Chicago on April 15. W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. Miss Berdio Burdott, beautiful BreckF. U. Twidwell, inridge county girl of 19, was literally roasted to death by her clothes catching J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. fire. Tom Sallee, a Gallatin county negro, J. F. Alstott, Powers. whon tno latter shot his father-in-laBeazley & Son, Crab Orchard. quarrelled with him for whipping his T. la four-yearo- District, subject a camlliWte for to the action in of the Democratic this, the Klghlh ld I H 17 W A T V D C M y Ann Jersey Hull, will stand at mv place on Hanging Kmk, (our miles Ironi Miinfora, at StA Mfln.. Hiia wh i iitrvlr UMK DUI.I.AK rendered II. A I'icasants, Stanford, Ky. ; Stanford, Ky. Office over McKobtrts' Drug Store In the Owsley Hulldipg. Newgooe of the latest stylts Just received. Call In aud see the Inrgast and best asiorlml line ever brought to Stanford. Prices as low as the TA stockholders of tho Danville ft Crab Orchlowest. ard Tike areriqucstrtl to met at the KiMt NationElegant Ins Linens and Embroidery Material. al Hank In Stanford on Saturday, April 4 1S90, for MISS LICCIK I1KAZLKY, the purpose of ilectini; directors for (he nntuiug Stanford, Ly year. JACK UOSI.KV, I'resldcnt 5 M TURNPIKE ELECTION. TO TH33 LADIES I PUBLIC SALE. I will sella! nublic auction to the highest der at my place near Hustonville, on THE F. RILEY D. UIL.BY, HOUSE Kentucky. dt FRANK Proprietor, bid London. lirsd. Oive - - Wednesday, April 3 One Gelding, aoo $ a The followinc property 1, 1896 1 I have moved to my new Hotel and am betur thau sver to accommodate the public. xd Livery attached and svsry coovoaicne ra a call. Brood Mares, 0 Broko Mules, year-ling, ML?, to-da- y Hiri'laof Pickfd Corn, and all of my arming Implements. Terms -- bums ol Jut and undrr cath, ever that amount a credit ol v days with iiitunvt on lintes negotiable and pauble t the Himtonwlle National llanlc. is removed. Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchange. Con t. Ou Terms must be compiled with before troprrly tains pikttwo miles Kan ot Hustonville K. M. YOWKLL. 2 lluttunvillo, Ky. 140 Acres of Fine Iand, Well Improved and In an exrellent neighborhood Land lies well Will eachango for a smaller or a cheaper place in this or any good county in the Mate or would lake a clean stock of groceries and hardware iu part payment ill somo live town, or will sell fur part cash, balance tn Ave years' lime or longer if desired. For further particulars call As Adrntnitfator I will sell at public auction on or address. . D. KKNNEDV, at the homestead of my Isle ".otl.tr, .St rs P A. Hustonville, Ky. sj nn Oreen, i miles from Hustonville, on SaleofLand,Stock,Crop Tuesday, Mar. 31,' 96 DR. W. B. fr PaHNTTST, Oculist, Stanford, Ky. Poat-OtSc- 1 1 1 1 1 GEO. B. COOPER, Livery and Feed Stable, TURNOUTS SPRINC, I09G. will ba 23,535 World's fnir Blue-Gras- s 23,-1- 12 Bloctrlo Blttors. Nurseries. , FIRST-CLAS- S Alt kinds of Fruit anJ Ornamental Trees, Mirubt, sma'l 1'ruits, Asparagus, Crape Vines, Re. So agents, lluy direct and save money .strawberry and general catalogues on application H K HlLLKSt-YKKto 1 Lexington, Ky Telephone ;;, TEMPLE OF FASHION. After the th I will open one of the 'Largest and llsst Stocks of On short notice. Tbe traveling public will find us always ready and willing to luraish Drummers' Wagons, cither tingle or double, or Carriages of ad kinds at ctf LOW PRICKS. Tha boys in and around town will also find us the people to deal with. Stop with us when In town at courts and entertainments and your horse and v. hid will be well cared for O.H. COOPKR Myers Ilousa Stable, Mastoid, Ky 0; Coal. Coal, Coal. hs tucky Matron Stake. The total value is 110,000, of which $1,000 is for trot-ter- a that ptce, $2,000 for and $7,000 ror trotterB. J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Owing to the disagreeable weather - the sale of J. 0sloy Evans, near DanRates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. ville, was postponed to Saturday, March m Large 2S. In addition to tho (50 or 70 head of Remodeled and refurnishes throughout. uid Commodious Samp'e Rooms. live stock, the large assortment of farmHalU and office connected by Electric Bells. ing implements, &c, and some household 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. fnrniture will be sold. R. G. Evans, rSAlWER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky, STANFORD : FEMALE COLLEGE. STANFORD. KY. r WILLIAM SUELTON, President. MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal MUs Emma L. Mariln, Fesiding Teacher in the Study Hall; Miss Mary Cowen, Principtl ot the Music Department; Mies Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Departments ol Art and Elocution. Admr. Hugh Mahin, of Keene, bought in Woodford county, 78 head of sheep at $3 50 8. E. Holloway sold 1,200 bushels of clover seed in Cincinnati at 4 At J. B Logan's Bale, milk cows brought $27.50 to 190; heifers $11 to $20 50; horses $21 to $S5 and mule colts $48 to $51. JeBaamine Journal. The newspapers of the First gressional district have formed an with Ben the Next Session will Begin Wednes- ciation, Monitor, F. Briggs, ofEdgar May Held president, W. day, January 22. Whittemore, Grand Rivers Herald, vice Her terms, &c, send for Circular or call at the president, and J. R. Lemon, Benton TriCollege. bune, secretary and treasurer. Another meeting will be held the last Friday in rUuGHMAh. J. W. M.S. HAUfcllMlN. April. Thomas A, Edison, after experimenting with the cathode rays, says: By PROFKtlTOKSproper arrangements I can see with the & SALE naked eye all the hones of the hand, and cansie moving objects through eight inches of wood. - - Kentucky. By command of Speaker Reed, who wants a record on which to run for president, the committee on public buildcall. Notniog glvo ua It you need livery will leavea our atabU. See out ings and grounds will side track the apus turnouts propriation for constructing public buildtor rates. Incur ings. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Incensed because he could not go work and aallifactor Will guaraawd West to "fight Indians" a (J.ieea Tiy oor horn ahoer. boy in Henderson county, Tenn,, put I will take all the hides I can gel trade lor for cash or lUHu. Stanford or atlu ray Home leather ou puUon in tbo codeo U Is father, mother la court day at ad the family physician may die. J Chas. Kasalis, Tanner. Conasso- Charles L. Wood, aged 80, was to Miss Maggie Barber, 18, at GreenE-boInd. It was the groom's sixth venture. Secretary of the Interior Smith and Congressman Crisp have agreed to a of joint debates in Georgia on the Kontucky. Marvelous Rosults. financial question. by Rev. J. From a letter written A mass meeting of Taylor county of Dimoudalc, Mich,, we are permitted to make work in tttrj particuGuarantees extract "I in favor of a tax levy this Dr. King's have no hesitation in recommend lar. Prices reasonable. Has had ij years' expecitizens decided aa tho results rience. New Discovery, ing 91 3m large enough to py off the county's rail- were almost marvelous in the case of my wife While I was pastor of the Itaptlst church at klves road debt in six years. Junction she was brought down with pneumonia J W. COOK J W McCl.NNIS succctding la An attempt to rob a train near Tu- injr wo.ild lastgrippe, 'terrible paroxumsefcough In charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. lor hours with little intermission Two oflicera and it seemed as if she ceuld not survive them A lare, Cal , was frustrated. recommended Ir King's New Discovery, THOMAS Y. Bnd seriously injured and one friend quick in llstrorlt and highly satisfactory in wore shot It was results1' Trial bottles free at W. II Mcltoberta' of the outlaws was killed. DANVILI.K, KY., Drug Store. Regular sit 30c and ft Secretary Carlisle expressed the Jobn S Winder, a farmer, was found Builder and Dealer in All Kinds opinion that a Senator in Congress can of Carriages. a regular dead uaiigiuit from a Ireu in Wild Cat not be elected at other than Kepal-ind we Specialty, near Farview, thiaStalo. ed to give a satlifacticn. Work work and warrantlegislature. Hollow, a KrovH session of the All done when 0 Some think he committed Huicitle, whilo promised. All accounts due when work is deA New York florist has just paid livered. Your patronage solicited. 90 for the sole rights to the Michigan others eny h taa linitd by white cpn carnation known as "Murella." It is a for mistreating hi family. color. very large flower of a deep-reNot to Bo Trilled With. Harrisjn, of Franklyn, Iowa Frank Will people never learn that ''a cold' is an accirnmtt home unexpectedly and found n dent to te dreaded and that when it occurs, treatAttornoy Law.l There is no ment should be nromntlv applied neighbor in bed with hia wife. He fa- knowing wherotne troub'e will end, and while - recovery Is the ru'e, the exceptions are tally Bhot the Intruder, slapped his wife's complete Ireouent and thousands upon thousands terribly of fatal illnesses occur every year, ushered in by a Office n Lancaster Street, oppo.ite the Court jawa and left for parts unknown. liille injudicious exposure and seemingly tilling House. Collections receive especial attention. IS Albert Klnchlow, a negro brute of symptoms Ileyond this there are complaints to invalids who cau trace Indianapolis, shot his mother and un- 'colds," wh.ch at tbe time of their occuircncc ga e no neglected. When concern and mercifully beat his Bister because the troubled with awere therefore cold use Chambrrlatn's Cough bread was not caoked to suit him. He Remedy. It is prompt and effectual Cincinnati black with gray The then put a bullet through his own hesrt Gazette. at 13 and 50 cents per bottle by Craig & mak. aove fine Of jaca my place, points will for sale trie old the season l&i at The McKlnley buttons, of which Hocker, rtanlord Ky Helm farm, o the Stanford and Shelby City many million have been made, show life Seems aslf consumption always picsaout ths pike, at one of all picture, and above bis head is "Protec- brightest and best.In Fully worlds.xth earned the $7 to Insure a Oolt 4 Months Old. by are the deaths that occur wero tion" and below "Home Rule." Tho consumption. Many thingsstrange once considered John K Is 4 years old, 15 hands high and Is a would be if medical scimpossible. plendla individual. Don t breed till you see him. amusing feature la that the buttons aro ence did not It Tbe telegraph lie was foaled and raised by J K llauehman.of make some progress a democratic, firm viod telephone, the phonograph, the electric light Hustonville. He bat proven himself tu be a splen made of Welsh tin, by all were once impossible, and once it was im- did breodcr of large colts, aa several of his get at In New York. possible to cure consumption That waa before Ur, Haughman's will show. Mares kept at reaGolden Med'cal Discovthe rates. Care taken to prevent It was the sense of the convention ery. time of Dr. I'isice'ato directions, this standard sonable responsible should any occur. accidents, Taken accoiding but not casus of concure 9S per FRED P. IS HOP, Stanford, Ky. held with tho Louisville Board of Trade remedy will Consumption cent, of all and fostered i is caused sumption. by rich the that Kentucky Bbould be represented by impurity in In blood. It is cured certainly the blood surely, at tho Chicago exposition and a resoln-tio- n neas aud purity cured by the ''Medical Discovery," It builda up THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, providing for the In- solid, bealthy flesh and vigorous strength. was adopted Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a of a company for the pur- looSpage medical work, profusely illustrated, will corporation stamps to free on receipt of at pose with $10,000 capital to be divided bo sentpostage only. Address World's Dispensary cover Buffalo, N. Y. Medical Association, Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutuinto shares of $5 each. r, mat-rimoni- al Be-rie- B Remember we are the exclusive agents for the celebrated Ever brought to this clr r renin Patterns and in fact it will embrace all ttie novelties of the Falls Branch Jellico Ooal, son. Miss Moore will arrive on the artb, in plenty lime lor Kasier, Wait and aee my .tuck before Also that It will be to the interest of everybody you buy. Also Diess Making in the rear ot my to call and see our clean Domcitlr Nut Coal. store. Satisfaction Guaranteed Prices the very lowest. Wo pay the csih at the M P III DIIKKAR. Bucldln'tj Arnica Salvo. mines, therefore are able to sell at the lowest KATE DUDDKRAK, Manager. price. v.ome aim see us. The best salve in the world for cuts, bru itis Good Coal makes red aahca, no cinders. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores letter, chapFalls Hranchij ctt. Falls llrxnch Nut tic; In uft.. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. dian Mountain (ellico Not 11 cts. ; North Jsllico 2t positively curea piles, or no pay repuired. It is Lump sic Tb prices are for Coal delivered luaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money For Coal at our heuso charges are one cent less. refunded. Price aj cents par boa. For sal by NOEL ft bOU. W. 11. Mc Roberts, druggist. MILLINER V A"STEB,S, Rrlclclayer & Stonecutter Stanford, First-Class 3 Farmers Bank&Trnst Co la now Of STANFORD, KY., fullr.orgsuiied and ready for buaineil svlU - SHAW, Paid np Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 20,000. i g $10,-00- d W. S. BTmCEE, at ? I ! Stanford, Kentucky. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, I1ANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asstta and undai ih same management. Dy provisions of Its chatter, depositor, are as fully protected aa aio depositors in National Uanki, iu shareholders being held individually liaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, la addition to the amount invested In such sharos. It msy acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as full, aj an individual. To those who entrusted their buisine.s to tu vhile mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank 01 Slanlcrd, we we here tendcrour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busmeac with us, offering as a guarantee for Dromnt attsn- tion to samo, our twenty year.' ospenence la tanking andas liberal accommodations as are con sistent with sound bancirg. .1 miticToRs: J J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; . II Shanks, Manford; J.'S.lOwsley, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Stanford; J. K Owsley, StanforJ; J JK Cash, Stanford; William Coocli,.Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MIHedgovilU, W.'H. Cummins, Preachers! II. S. H.'.Shanks. President, Dr.:j.U. OwsJey.'Cashier, W M.llrigbt, Teller. JOHN K. 1 Her-ve- y m FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. 11 Capital Stock- Surplus 9100,000 one-ce- nt M. W. JOET1TSOIT, Genuine Oliver Plows. They Never Disappoint all I ask. A trial is . X flS.&J.W.Baughman, -- gVgf3 SSfS&SE aV-isHssiBssaVr lnjfc LIVERY, FEED Bswaro s And Bogus Repairs. xmic-vacm- ox llrXM ' le al Life insurance Co., of Detrult Mich., can write you all tbe most favorable plans ot Insur ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. WlFl be leady to cooler all the favor, that can be given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance-menmade on consignments, both in the warehouse and country. I will be at Stanford every court day. Parties wanting hogsheads, prizes or money should address me at i'alnt Lick, Ky. Prompt attention guaranteed. 9 6m u STABLE, Stanford, ss J. K. TANA RSD ALE, Stanford, Ky. OFUUSTONVILLE. Will carry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Sliver Steel Plows and repairs for the Ga'o and other leading farming implements, The Walter A. Wood Muwcr aid It uicr Machines. Cultivators of the best quality, best Huggie for the money, Phaetons, surreys aud Carriages of the richest qualities and tanclest and latest it) Its. The best grade of light buggy harness and the cheaper grades. Collars, bames, bridle for firm purposes, breeching and a'rap work of alt kind Furniture of all descriptions 'trunks, bags, traveling telescope, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stovt and stovs fixtures. Ac all ot wnich he inttes your attention and inipection and promise to deal justly and act honorably with you fn alt transac H. D. RUPluY, first-cla- HMERKflANT TAIL01H SPRING AND SUMMER Goods- - all Warranted and a Perfect first-cla- Is Receiving his tion, uusjn-fctli- a. gotf D. S. CARPENTER. HuttonvllU, Ky. Fit Guaranteed. Give him a I'AjMi Call, Attention of the public ts invited to the far that this is tbe only National Hank in StanforJ Under tho provisions of the National Bank are secured not only by the capital itock, but by the stockholder1 liability for aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositor ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five tworn statements of tho condition of the biak are mad each ycarto tbe United States government and its assets are examined at dated tuns by government agent, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the. Deposit Hank of Stanford in 185", then tied a the National Hank ol Stanford in iocs and again re.prganUedaa the Firat National Hank ol Stanford In 1S81, has bad practically an uninterrupted existence of ta years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt lyajid liberally than ever beforcln lu long arid honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individual respectfully soUc- -. The Directory of this Ilsnk is composed ot Forestua Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Cotliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. llaughman.i Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; W. A. Trlbble, SUuford, M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKiacay; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vrnon,Ky J. S. Hocker, President; Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier, McKinney, Asst, CuhUr. 23,700 .Si it-- j t i (jr. 'fj ,;,.. .'U,ts. , jjla,.ljjfcJay