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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896033101 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. semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. OF A LOCAL NATURE. A Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 31. 1896. NO. 9 i , I j ? Jeeso Baylor whs tirowuctl iu (iooeo Oruek, Luurel county. -J- ohn V. OrttsklH, son o( a sinter of Hon. UruckinriilKO Johwj, tiled nt !' iunton.nKcd Mrs. I) M. Oheiiatilt, ono of tho wealthiest women of Madison county, 18. died nt Hlrhinontl. Mr. I. 0. Kuekur, of Paint LieV, lias hnd 17 children by ono wife, ens U Itichinoutl Register. At n timid on Hod UcU, in Madison comity, William Hurk killed Kolmrt Lake, nud mndo ids escape. Nino men nro under nrrost in Fcutt county, Tenu , nslliu iillet!id Unchurs of Willinni Murphy flt HnntHvillu. Tim Richmond council Iihb ordered n bond bale to muet its intlebtetlnuen nnd 51S.250 will be placed on tbo innrket. Mrs. Nellie Dei, sister o( Messrs. J. A. ndl'. 11. Sullivan, of Hiclunond, died nt Duraut, 1 T,, of consumption. I'rof. Ci recti, of HarrodshtirK Acid pliotOKrapur, emy, nnd U. F. Spilman, prodticud X raye from boltuvo tlioy have ordinnry heat radiation. Tho mail carrier between HIk Ptonu Gap nnd WhitveburK is in jail for tlepofl-Itiiihis paper mall in h hollow tree, to lighten hit) load, he Bftld. Jem Hull", u well known younu man of Loudon, is in jail there in default o' 1500 bail, for detaining a widow, Mrs. her will. Diana Hobinson, of Anderson county, Two children, ate n quantity of poke root, mistaking it lor artichokes, and wore saved only alter several home' work by physicians. Edwin Good, accidentally killed hia brottier Clarence in Mercer by striking Ids un ou a fence whilo hunting, dit otiaruiiiK it and fllliuj; iiiiu with sliot. There are 23o commonwealth cnseB on tho docket of tliu April term of the Caey circuit court, 15 for felonies and S90 for misdemeanor. Liberty Tribune. Jnmbo Huuhite, of Somerset, cap Win. Sutherland, who broke jail at He la London the first of this month. MrOsborne at chained witli luurduriiitt n ainst turl - : who bleeps in ids store at Middlosboro, tired on the bnr Klara who were breaking into it and Tl o a nero named Lewis Ueiul-tnStewart and John other two, Jamea lloifkell, were arrested and claimed to be from Kuoxvillu. WilA Veraailles dispntch eayf. n Hip drunKist liam J. Owsley, of Midwny, who went to New York a month , has been placed in a, privates insane Bsylum at OaweRO, X. V., and news comes that his death ia dally expected from paresis of tho brain. Mrs. Maria II, Melga, wife of Hobert MeljjH, of Danville, died after a short H. Ulnewi of pneumonia, complicated with heart troublo. She was in the 7.W year oiheraKenndbaa living two brothers and one sister, Mrs. Hachel Harlan and Jona 1$. Nichols, of Danville, and Judpe Thomas It. Nichols, of Perry ville. Pleas Searu' dead body was found on tbo railroad track in Hockcastle caunty with tho neck broken. Two men have been arrested on the charge of having murdered Sears. John Settles nnd ltee Mulllns who were last soon with him, are In the Mt. Vernon jil charged with tho murder and will have their examlu. ing trial today. The FnrmorflDi posit Bank was organized Wednesday at llurgin with a capital stoek of 120,000. Dr. T. 0. Meio-ditwas elected president, Mr. l'rcston and lienjamiu T, Bursiu Head, of Monterey, Owen county, wl o comes recommended as n "gentleman of tho highest character, was made enbhier. Hnrrodsburg Domocrat. Tbo Somerset Paragon records the denthofMrs. Nancy S. Logan, wife of the late Win. Logan, of Logan's Cross Koade, In Pulaski. Sho was 02 years old and was a sister of Mr. V. L. Lester Bnd the mother of Mis. II. G. Trimble, Mrs. Arch Gray, Mrs. Frank Brinkley, Mr. V. K.Logan and F. V. Logan. Her remains were interred by her husband's in tho National Cemetery. At Bumside, Bill Allen decoyed tho daughter of H. J. Hall, a merchant, to an outhouse and it ia alleg-eattempted to commit rape. Allen is now in jail aud indignation against him atBurnsidoisat whito heat. Ho has been in trouble before and bears n bad reputntion. Judgo T. Z. Morrow had discharged the grand jury, but directed Sheriff W. 8. Cooper to summon a jury lor yesterday whon tho cose was investigated. The Southorn intercollegiate oratorical contest will bo held under the aus pices of Ceutro College, May 20. Tho visitors will be entertained at a banquet gamo alter tho contest, with a base ball Louis-villCollege and the between Centre Athletic Club, and at a dance to be given by tbo Danyillo hop club. Sawanee, University of Texas, University of Virginia, Washington aud of Lee, Columbia University, University Centre College will South Carolina and eend representatives. old school boy, Abo Tace, a of the murder of Allen was found guilty Dave Goodfriend, Wlll-e- d n wtrtl-kuowaj-o- riitkburg. Few Motes From In and Around Laurel's Laurel wasn't "in it" in tho distribution MATRIMOfMALJIATTERS. Capital of ofllcMiand thu disappointed ones, as Mrs Celesta Brnudt, aged 73. of Car"London W the best town in tho moun- well as their frind, Hre disposed to kick tains." nmmrked n drummor the other justh little. Notwithstanding tho fact roll, O , gave Thos Kriger, 30, 310,000 to marry her and tho knot was promptly day nud I felt very much like giving him that diMgu--e the governor nearly 000 tied. my hand on i. ft is a good place, both majority, she didn't get even n small Sam Anthony, SO, and Mies Sallin from A moral and business standpoint. piece of the pie There will be no trouble Williams, 21, were uiameil nt Vovny, More poodg itre sold there than anv place nbout thHCJtinty instructing lor Brad-- j Iud. The groom had heeu married four of its Biza in tho country aud its business ley, liowort-r- . houses compare favorably witli towns Judi! Weaver's term of postmaster times. J. C. Kissinger, a successful farmer double its s 7. '. One Btore, II. C. Thomp- lespirt'M April U. when lie will turn the son A Co , has a J25.000 stock, which ofll.-i- i over to that splendid democrat, J. nnd bauker of Butler couuty, Pa., is th'e father of 34 children, 19 by his first wife enmprlsprt rtlmoet anything you can j I'. Young The judge bna held the oftli-- ami 15 by liin think of, while Hvernl other firms have for Hveu and has made an excel Frank D. Wssoon, a young new spafrom $10,000 to fl6.(HW worth of goods-Almos- t lent poHtmHNler. E U. W. rer mau of Lexington, was married to every kind of business Is carried MUs Lonm Kearu nearly n year ago, and Shsuld Be Made to Marry Her. on nnd if the promoters are not BiiecrbH Uhe affair has just been made puphc. To the Lditur of thf I iilertcr Journal, there, is nothirg to indicate it in fnl, Charlotte Behrecs, the actreea who their apprtuunce. Morally London is Ht fTAM-OKD- , March .'W -- I noticed in the tliM brad of the list. Hnnrfmme church- IllHt isUf Of the LVTKRIOlt JpL'II.VALa was granted a divorce on Wedntbday, was married the neM day to actor es of various detiominationM how in Communication "01lSlirv..r" 60ine degree the character of her inhabi- stated that an attractive young lady had i lt:bi' ilrtUt11' ""O'duig to schedule. Hiram Fly, aged 15, and hiBSibter- tants and tiiere is no place (list can falloninto hands of a tempter and that Mrs. Jane Ely, 40, fat and the boast of a more quiet or peaceable peo- sho wan now nursing a baby of her own. ple. For hospitality her cit'z. ria can't 1 learn from that fommuuicAtfon that mother of four children, were married at be beat. wlmt might havo been a useful life has Hiclunond with the consent of the boy's There hto n round descen Star Kout-in- g thus been blfghttd nnd the luBt ray of mother. A Cleveland girl who had a young men in London nod iuon of that hope has sunk behind tho cloud of demau arretted fur kiting her, admitted kind of busineeH is done there than at spair, hi capes of tins kind the woman any pWo in the U b. They also do a is damned, while the man is frequently on the wituese stand that she had kibsed considerable wagon service In cities. One exalted to the enviable station of hero, him firbt. The defendant vas dischargllrm lias the contract for hauling tho when to say the least, both nro equally ed. It looked like a clear case of junta-abl- e osculation in self defense. ' mails in Brooklyn, Nashville, Now Or- guilty. The iiddebto'ght one can picture Mr. aud Mrs. Jamea Latie Allen, of leans and numerous other large cities to the imagination is that of a brfght nnd tho amount of money it takes to buy and fascinating oung lady who in an Chicago, have issued invitations to the wagone, horses and harness for tHs hour of indiecretynt-shas yielded to marriage of their daughter, Arabella, to work runs far up into the thousrttiws-Ther- :cn.ptatiou unil is doomed forever to n Mr. Flbridgo Byron Heath at Christ's is )mo money in Star Homing to life of degredation and nliame, unless the church, Chicago, April 15th. She is n n good bidder, but tho inexperienced reparation ia made hae niece of Mrs. Charles II. Fox, of Danfnquently pay dearly for their IncK of her betrayer to marry her. Lven then ville. Advocate. knowledge of the business. it is bad enotu'h, but it is always tlio best "ohurchjfaTrsT Work will begin in u few weeks on tho thing that can be done to ameliorate the 's College that tho Woman's Parsonage and condition of the young lady. The vileBt, The Kontuckiau eaya that Dr. Home Missions Society have decided to nieatn-h- t and most contemptible wretch meetiug at the Methodist church build at London. It will cost 520,000 and an nil wice Johovah ever permitted to has resulted iu 10 conversions. will have an endowment fund of tho breathe the breath of life is the demon iu Tho Kentucky State Sunday-schoo- l snme amount. Most of the money has liumin form who invades the sacred pro Union convention will be held in the already been railed. One of the most cinetH of a home andeeks nn opportuni First Baptist church, OwenBboro, Auliberal donors to tho cause was MtW. ty to cans the downfall of a girl. The gust !!2. It. Catching, who contributed J3.000. rish in wk nnd much that is shanfeful ltainpreventedltey.lt. B. Mahony The site selected is on a hiil to tho light got-eoin "society iu sanctified from tilling his appointment at I'reach-erBvil- le of town and tin building, which will he circles that i.e er cuidcb to light. I hope Sunday, but ho will be ou hand of brick, will ben very commodious ono. the iifcuwary steps wilbbe taken at once next Saturday and Sunday at the usual Mies lit lie Bennett nnd Mrs. Sawyer, of to have the young man who claused the hours. Richmond, who represent tho society, ruin of thiB girl forced to marry her, and Ilev. E S. Decker, a Methodist hail the grounds staked oil Friday and if tho ynuhg lady ia the daughter of a preacher at Now York, has been fired by have furnished plans and specifications widow and no other relative is to bo hia Conference for kissing nnd making to several contractors to bid on. Miiwt found to insist with the argument of a love to a member of his flock while he Bennett told me that she had received shot gun that wrong bo unuie right, the had a wife. from fomo unknown friend at Stanford a people ought to rise iu their might and The Jews nil over the world are now handsome diamond ring and watcli chain demand it. celebrating the Feast of tho Passover. Justice. with tho request that they be sold and Head tho 11th chapter of Exodus and the proceeds given to the endowment Card From tho Mt Vernon Express Agent. you who know not why such a feast is lothe EJitorotthe Interior Journal fund of the College. She would be glad celebrated, will be enlightened. Mt. Vkuno.v, March 30 Tho stateto hear from other Stanford people who ltev. Wm. Manifold, of Milwaukee, ment made by your correspondent from has Hopped again. want to donate to that worty cause. He is only seven Capt. Frank B. Hiley and wife gavo a this place is incorrect in every particu- years in the ministry, but in that period birth day dinner to their son, Frank, lar so far as its reference to tho express he has left the Episcopal for the Roman Saturday. A number of friends wore agent is concerned. I hid carrying out Catholic church three times, and the latpresont nnd tho dinner was a culinary my instructions from the Adams Exprees ter for the former three times. The Presbyterian congregation has gem. Capt. Hiley had killed a couple of Company to the letter. Tho instructions wild turkeys the day before and thev conlhct with tho laws in no way. We determined to remodel their church at are compelled to deliver nil packages ac- an expense of $2,500. It will be nlmost made a verv toothsome dish. e I yi-ar- e pil-nc- il in-laa e nect-eearay Left-wichu ven 3 PATTERNS. f !3SES2tii -- wi -, .. - For Sale by J. H. OTTER, Danville, Ky, Send One Cent For MONTHLY FASHION I Iff SHEET, FREE. vms&2& s 1 II rgfoF$$wr 117 I B 1 1 1 1 I HIlD IK lEss eft, eS1b-ra.cI.:s7- - For you as well as for us. Therefore Examine into our Stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing Before making your Purchases. Our Prices are Always the Lowest; our Quality Always The Best. OUR FUKm$f)LOG G00D$ Are Unequalled as to Styles. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. 3rl."RJ. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky - Smith Dre-tfr, & Stoughton's Men's Shoes. Selby & Co.'s Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. Carpets, "Window Curtains, Polls, and a General Supply of almost any thing you can think of, and all at The Fust National Bauk has an interesting collection of curios that Cash- . to tho ier Jackson nnd Teller Fitzgerald have gatherod during tho past several e&te. Their tastes seem to run on weapons, for every conceivable kind of gun, pistol aud knife is on exhibition. Mr. Jackson, who is a great admirer of horeej, also has the picture of every noted horso iu tho Statin Tlie secret marriage of Mr. Charles Ml Randall and Mis Lou McKee, which wsb just mndu public luet week, was a general surprise. The sewing society wore kept in ignorance of rt aud wotm-thoy uodoubt feel that they got btdly left once. The bride and urooin are both very popular nnd are being congratulated on nil sides. The holiness convention brought nbout oO delegates to London last week nud a very pleasant nnd profitable meeting was held. There are lots of Eanutillcatinnists iu tiint aud thoy enjoyed to tho fullest extent having tho "bigger guua" with them. John W. Bastin, of Pittsburg, is tho busiest mau in the country. Besides g general mauagur of the Liurol Coal Co., he is postmaster, book keeper, sales man nnd hotel keeper. He ia making lots of money nnd lias moro friends than any man in tho mountains. His brother, Samuel Baatiu, has a coal mine of his own at KiBt BernBtadt aud is also doing well. Clever "The" Moren, of this place, aud Mre. Blanche Sweeney, of Lancaster, will be married April '2. Mr. Moren was eherifl one term nnd made an excellent officer; has considerable of this world's goods and is a fine gentleman. Mrs. Sweeney is an unusually handsome woman, very accomplished aud should and will mnke a helpmeet loving and true. Tho London base ball club claims to be tho crack one of the mountains, Its members spend every spare moment in practice aud if thoy are not "cracker-jacks- " they ought to be. They are very anxious to play the Stanford boya and insist that I arrange a game for them. Tho mines in Laurel are only running about half timo now. The operators have trouble in disposing of the coal and consequently dig no more than they can sell, Gov. Bradley has several rather luke. nnnc . i o,..i.... nnil wad warm friends iu and around London. penitentiary for Wo. h n vice-presiden ht-ind, e Van-derbllt, 17-ye- ar cording to their addrefs, or would lay ourselves liable to suits innumerable This "jug business" lias been wrestled with by all tho grand juries ever impaii-neletiere nnd all indictmentH found against the Express Company or agent proved worthless and added expense to State aud conujy. Cases have nil been reversed by court of appeals wherever a conviction appeared, that court deciding that ttie Express Company was a com mon ctrrier and was compollod'to carry and deliver jugs C. O. D. or otherwise when otlered for shipment. A great deal of ignorance has been displayed in this matter by many who could have been informed better bnd they made proper The railroads havo no say so inquiries in express matters. Jugs will continue to be delivered by me ns Ion,: ns I am so instructed to do so by my employers. What is done with these jugs after delivery I am in no ways responsibly for. Yours Truly, J. 11. Kknjjkdy. d It is estimated that 821,000,000 factory mado pies are consumed iu this country nnnunllv, at a cost of J 161,000,000. They would piled ou top of each other Ottknhkim, Mar. 30. "Bro.Sizemore'e form a tower 13,10$ miles high. orchestra" came over here Sunday to as In a libel suit in London, England, a Biat in tho music at the Lutheran church, woman was awarded damages of $60,000 of which Rev. W. Stechow is pastor, nualnst a physician, who divulged a pro- and were his guests after tho services. fessional secret. an entire now building, nothing but the walls and the floor of the old building remaining. Eiizabethtown News. Elder V. W. Dorris had 210 acces-aioin his meeting at Angola, Ind. This place once the for infidelity, will soon be tho "city of churches." Jessamine Journal. Mr. Dorris is now assisting Rev. J. S. Kindrick in a meet-inat Danville, and is creating wide spread interest. Rev. L. M. Laaley is engaged in a very successful meeting at Greenwood. G A. Klingman's meeting nt Bumside has been iu progress about two weeks aud he has had about SO additions to date, and largo audiences. He expects to organiza a new congregation of disciples Somorset Paragon. r, MrB. J, T. Sharrard, wife of the was baptized Sunday nighc and received into tho Christian church. She has been a Presbyterian since girlhood. Mr. William Crooke, of Laurel, who has been at tho Joseph Price Hospital for some time and who is very feeble from a surgical operation, was also baptized. n hot-be- d n pae-to- clc Bottom Prices ! Call in to see me when you arc in town. CHARLES WHEELER, The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Ilustonville, Ky. cash Craig; Sd Hoeker, drgists Joint Poles at 25 to 75 Cfs. KEELS, 50 Cts. TO r. 2 53 X 1 Uazette For sate at sj and 50 cents per llocker, Htantord Ky. ess invalids who can trace their complaints to colds," which at the time of occuirence gave no concern and were therefore neglected. When troubled with a cold use Chambsrlain's Cough Remedy. It is prompt and effectual. Cincinnati bottle: Thoy came near not reaching here alive, however, as while on the way an awful The best talve in the world for cutJ, bruhess storm came up, during which hail as tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- large as a guiuea egg fell, frightening the ped hands, chilblains, corns And all sklu eruptions. Hi positively curu piles, or no pay reputred. It is horses, which came near running over a Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. or money luaranteed to E've perfect satisfaction refundod. Price 5 cents per box. For sain by procipica, beyond which depths abysmal V. U. McKobsru, druggist. yawned. But for the superior strength m m and skillful manipulation of the lines by Tho Dlacovory Savod His Life. UcaveuvUlo. III., the driver, Hon Harvey Helm, all would Mr. G Colliouette, druirtrMt, says. "To Ur. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the havo been dashed to pieces. Pastor StecKY. physicisn for miles about, but of no aall and how is a good preacher, has been in this was given up and told I could not live. Having Or. Kuir'i New Discovery in my store, I scot for , country 42 years and a minister 32 years. Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is a bottle and began its uso and from the fiut dose began to get better ami after using three bottles There seems uo bounds to his and his now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They was up and about again. It is woith its weight in excellent wifo'a hospitality and it looked are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. gold. We wont Leep store or house without it," like about half of the laage congregation Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and ChilOct a free trial at W. 11. McRoberts drug store. went home with them to dinner. They dren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods Not to Bo Trifled With. are great lovera of music and the book Will people never learn that 'a cold" is an acciand a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact dent to oe dreaded and that when it occurs, treat- used at the church is full of excellent in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. In Gents' ment should be promptly applied ? There is no Ottonheim now presents every every thing knowing where tae trouble will end, and while hymns. Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. rule, tho exceptions are Furnishing complete recovery is the terribly lrequent and thousands upon thousands appearance of a thriving village and the SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather has of fatal illnoises occur every year, ushered in by a inhabitants are the friendliest people in little mjudiclous exposure and seemingly trfling declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. countthe world. symptoms. Ileyond this there are Bucklln'e Arnica Salvo. Hunting and Fishing- Coats at 25 Only $1.90. -)iCRAIG &, HOCKER,i-(- Q HOOKS OF EVERY KIND. A Cork With Every Line. JAM CARPETS. 713 4k3 r HUSTONYIIXE, 0 FILE. to-d- I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell by Crai & I , Herr Krupp, the gun manufacturer, them very cheap. GROCERIES. Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20'c, Sugar get my ia the richest Prussian subject. The nfllninl ntatistics for 1805 show that lia Is orice before you buy. Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. , ., . - .M . . can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. whu uu u mtuiuo us i,nw,wu maris. I A 3-l- b S. D. Yowell, Salesman, INTERIOR Tiibrb JoiRWfll tlotjs to the Compulsory Education bill, head having been abandoned, her body, aro set out." which has beon kept in a vault, was bur led at Greencastle, Ind., Friday. Sam Brown was burnThe ed to tho water'a edge at Lonisvillo and sank in IS feet of water. She was valued at 30,000 and was not insured. William Plucker, who shot and killed Hilas M. Martin, at Arcade, X. Y., has been sentenced to dio in the electrical chair during tho week beginning tow-bo- at being no constitutional objec All hopes of finding Pearl Bryan's season by watering tho plants as thoy At my mother's sale near Hustonvillo on tho 3l8t, I will offer six nice Jer sey cows, eeven,BOWB and pigc. malo red hogs Bnd other stock. P. W. Green, - Stanford, W. Gov. Bradley permitted it to becomo a law without hia signature. It makes it n Ky., March 31, 189fi finable offense for any person having control of children between the ages of 7 and M to fall to send them to school at P. WALTON. THE- - In BpprovinR the Thorno bill, which is designed to prevent distillers from using the name of auy other brand than their own upon their manufacture and thereby prohibiting a very mean but n very profitable fraud, and vetoing one to pay Mrs. Judgo Bennett the salary that her husband would have earned tho balance of the' year in which he died, Gov. Brad ley is worthy of the highest commendation. A man with less stamina, might lpast eight consecutive weeks in a year. The punishment is a forfeiture of the right to uae the schools and a fine of $5 to $50. It devolves upon the school trustees to see that the law is enforced, but it wilt likely be n dead letter for many reasons. Such a law is in line with tho republican design of paternal acd it is strange that tho democratic Senate should have accepted so readily such an undemocratic measure. gov-erntm- nt May 10. POLITICAL POINTERS. ' w r ry i Charles S. Powell was elected chairman of tho Madison county democratic And shirt waist goods. Our stock committee. of Dress Goods, 5ilk, &c, is comPendleton county republicans adoptsizes . to 14. plete now. We have the largest ed resolutions of censure of Poor for not voting for Hunter. and cheapest line of Men's, Hoys', The Massachusetts republican conLadies' and Misses' vention at Boston, declared in favor of We have just received 50 dozen Keed for president. shirts which vc will sell at .19 cts. Senator Teller and the other silver Sbine of them regular 75c and $1 republicans continue to insist that tho goods. Great Values in Negligee All latest styles and shapes in St. Louis platform must declare for the free and unlimited coinage of silver as Shirts and Laundered Percales, Mack and Tan. well as gold. with collars and cuffs attached or Acting Gov. Worlhiugton has called detached, this week at only .,pc. three special elections to fill vacancies caused by the resignations of Senators Our Stock of Goods before you It Is a veritable, library, tomplete in nnc Walton, James and Landes. All will ocvolume It ccntslis t.ocS large pages, and ovir cur April 21. 100 illustrations, same of them in colon. The A great variety ol Un(jcnvcar make your pmchascs. DEATH'S DOINGS. Free edition is precisely the same at that sold at The Liberty Tribune says that there i jo books j goods arriving daily. -- a The Rev. Stephen Yerkes, D. D , of strungexcept only that the Instead are lound in at 50c to $6 per Suit. manllla paper coven, of cloth It is a very strong sentiment in its county suddenly is not often that our readers have an oppottumty for McKinley, but nearly all tho repub- the Theological Seminary, died to obtain a valuable book on such generous terms, A Complete and Elcjant Stock of Saturday, aged 79. He was one of the and we predict that few will miss availing them, licans interviewed were for instructing elves of Presbyterian we have the unusi al and liberal offer to which best known men in the called their a'tent'on for Bradley first. stood high in ita The Texas republican convention church having for years of Hon. J. NEW ADYKttTI.SXJllUn. broke up in a big row, several fights re councils. He waa the father of Danville: Prof. William W. sulting and the police bad to take a hand. Mra. John W. Van Speaker Blankord grows braver the Two sets of delegates were named, one Yerkes, of Paris, and wife, who survives Come in and Look at Our 10c Matting. A GrcatHargain. Meter, of Boyle. His faction and tho further he gets from the scone of conflict for the him, waa the widow of the Hon. Win. S. at Frankfort and bid behind a tree in the other for McKinley. A pensioner in Madison county has Anderson. hills of Breckinridge county, hallooes to Mr. T. O.White, of the Est End, died The ladies of Stanford and vicinity have dceid. discovered that if it whs not for the a newspaper man hunting for him there their husbands at 10 o'clock yesterday from au injury ed to help and bonnets of savn tnrney by buying money given out in pensions there their hat Mrs Kate Dudderar that he had two pistols in bis desk on received in a very peculiar way. He this seatou Come in Friday and Saturday and Has the memorable Saturday at ttie Capitol would be no cash in circulation. UTST., stable before light a few read to wing his men on tho slightest even a pensioner the aublime nerve to went into hii stepped on a cow lyago and We have one of the handsomest lines of Millinery move. His subsequent acts, however, think that by drawing bia pension h is mornings A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, ing down. She jumped up, throwiug everarought to this plaie Do tot forget the saving the country a second time? give the lie to this statement, for he Dress Making Try the Tailor System. him on his breast and injuring him so seT; D. RANEY, Manager. M. n nill'lURAH. crawled on his abdomen to Bradley and Times. He was KATE DUDDKRAK, Manager. It is stated on good authority that riously that death soon ensued. in the implored him to call out the army to Stores; Branch working men protect him and his scarry band. Jack Hon. Charles Blanford, tho republican out of the moat hard Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, by his was much thonhtof Obinn could put to flight a whole regi- speaker of the Lower House of the Ken- county and Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , tucky General, Assembly, said recently neighbors. He raised a large family of ment of things like BUnford. Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. chiidren, including J. I. White, that he had two pistols in his desk and worthy I will sell at public su tion to the highest bidregret to notice tnnt our governor that while the ballot was boing taken of Rockcastle, and W. Perry White, of der at my place near Huitouvtlle, on We has got to bs a "cry baby" since his elec- for Senator on the Saturday before ad- this couuty. Deceased w s a large man1, 1896 tion. The Louisville Commercial'! cor- journment he had his hands on them ufacturer of Crab Orchard salts and the ! The following property: hog cholera reme respondent says that when the Charles- ready to wing his man if there had been proprietor of a noted 3 Brood Mares, 5 Broko Mules, dy. He waa about 6S years of age. ton, W. Va., band played "Old Ken- trouble. a tucky Home," preceding his Bpeech, -- Tho Louisville Star says that the se Mr. Ednard Bins Beazley died about OneGeldlng, j of Picked Corn, and all i ofyearling, too Harm, my Since adopting the Cash Svstkm I am enabled to Rkoucu Prices 'tears stole down Gov. Bradley's cheek." cret of Charley Bronston's support of 2 o'clock yesterday, after a protected Farming Implements, terms bums of $111 and under cash, over that We suppose this exhibition of Sen- illness, which involved hia heart, liver amount a credit of 00 days with interest on notea on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Minds, Metal Roofing, Blackburn was a deal by which the negotiable and payable t the Huslonvtlle Nation was caused bv the thought steal ator is to support him for governor on and kidneys, aged 5S. He waa twice al Tlatik Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a ing over him of how cheerless Jack this ticket: Terms must be compiled with before property married, his first wife being a Miea Withfull stock of every thing found in a first-clas- s F. M, YOYVKU., Lumber Yard, and by removed Ghinn has made that old Kentucky home Lieut. Gov. Jack Chinn, of Mercer; ers, by whom one child, Mrs. B. W. a Hui'onville, Ky. selling for Cash Only I am enabled to mak.c prices lower than have "which must be guarded occasionally to attorney general, William Goebel, of Gaines, Jr., still lives, and his second ever been offered here. protect the inmate from that naughty, Konton; auditor, Ollie James, of Davies?; Miss Hudson, who with three chilnaughty man. ol Jefferson; dren. Misses Mary and Catherine and treasurer, D. E. O'Sullivan, Mr, BeazHunter made his influence against secretary of State, John P. Salyer, of Ma- and Master Morgan, survive. goffin; superintendent of public institu- ley was one of the best of men. A con Bradley felt in Barren and Trigg counties, As Adtnimtt-atoI will sell at public auction ecientioua Christian, a clever neighbor at the of my late "other, Mis P A Saturday by having them instruct for tion, J. B. Hiles, of Bracken. ho combined all the Green, i miles from Hustonvillc, on The Hon. John Sam Owsley in de- aod a good citizen, McKinler. Pendleton and Carlisle also Ho had been a forjtho Ohioan, but Taylor, claring hia position on the currency virtnea of ajtrue man. instructed Question states without hesitation or membor of the Christian church for years Bourbon and Shelby declared for Bradusl-management. Tho One Cow and Calf, Household and Kitchen Furley without a second ch'oice. Hunter was equivocation that he is for sound money. and stood hiah in its niture Tho Land, 53 aertx, will be offered for sale 1st, at his and II not sotd, w.il tx renlcd to the highest hid present in Barren and personally direct- He takes the precaution to define what funeral will occur der. It has a pool house on it, is well watered he means by the term "sound mouey" home, Bfter which tho remains will I e and in a good state of cultivation ed matters, even to having himself enAll aumsolSio and under, cash: over Terms for interment. dorsed for Congress. The fight is on in so that no opportunity in given for a taken to Lancaster that amount t Credit ill 90 days on bIm negotiable and payable at Farmers Hawk and 'trust Co of his views, or for any Tinsley Mershon, who had beon sick Stanford earnest and if it prove a veritable Kil misconstruction J. H. ORKKN. kenny cit affair, democracy and good other conclusion that he is in full sym- for nearly two years with consumption pathy with the present financial policy of the bowels and a hip trouble, breathAt the Hme time aud plaic I will soil to the Largest and Most Compjcte Stock government will be the gainer. highest bidder on the stsne of the government and favors no change ed his last Bt K V) yesterday morning. property, CAntltlinc ot a good terror my personal Mares, one of good Mr. He was conscious up to hia death and old Colt I yearling Mule, Cow, Calf, The Owenton Herald eayn that the in the standard of our currency. 2 norsc Wagon, set ol WagiMi IMinoss, gooi of the editor of this paper may Owslby'a frank avowal will strengthen having made peace with his Maker, he Mowing Machine, 15 barrel. of Cern, 3SUcVsol Post's cut likeness, but it would his candidacy for tho Congressional nom- had frequently expressed his willingness Timothy Hay, set of Muucy HarrM, 1 Sows be an and I'i"s, Hroud Sows Mick Ilersshire Iloar, never have recognized it as ns. Nor ination Advocate. to meet Him in the great beyond. Mr. and a lot of farming Implements Y S GREKN Ever brought to this Section. would anybody oIbp, dear New Ion. Even Mershon was 27yeara old and wos an NEWSY NOTES. our enemies say we are not as tGugh unusuolly clever and good hearted young W. W. QtasBMdl looking as that makes us appear. By The wealth of the Rothschilds fami- man Until the dread disease began to Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, the way, the Times' picture of the gal- ly is estimated at 52,000,000,000. gnaw at his vitals he worked hard to help Stanford, Ky. lant old soldier who fought under Mormother, Mrs. Gran The report that President Hippolyte, support hij widowed gan and now fights for democracy in of Uayti, is dead, has been confirmed. O. Mershon, and sisters, who are now Sweet Owen was a good one and the tribBUY THE OLD RELIABLE, There are six newspapers in Bow- bowed down with grief over their 1ob ute deserved. ling Green now and the cry is still they At 10 o'clock this morning the remaina will he taken to Buffalo cemetery where Congressman Owknb made a manly come. Mutinous soldiers blew up the mag- after short sorvicea at tho grave by Rev speech before the committee, which is they will be laid to supposed to be trying the contest brought azine of a fort in China, and 300 men W. 8. Grinstead. rest. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground for his seat by Denny, bnt it was a waste were blown to atoms. An Ohio fiend killed four members of time and breath. The republicans Right. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. need Ovens' seat in case the election of of tho Stone family near Akron Hnd terDirectum, 2:05, stands at f 100. president is thrown into tho Houso and ribly mutilated them. A Nancy Hanks started in 09 heats white farmer waa sengoing to give it to Denny, no they are matter how clear Owens can read his tenced at Nashville to be hanged for and won OS. . i There are 11.8S0 trotters and 3.551 title to it. That party recognizes no criminally aesanltiug a girl. enFive people were killed and 50 pacers in the 2:30 list. principle greater than might is right. It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, Wanted, to exchange lumber for tombed, without hope of being rescued, don't keep it. TiiK Harrodsburg Sayings nominates in a mine in New Zealand. You should see our oats. Joe Williman, Jumbo. John B. Thompson for tho democratic Southern Kentuckians are getting Louis Walz bought of John Came- candidate for Congress in this district interested in a railroad to run from Cai- nisch a bunch of fat heifers at 3c. and pays him a deserved compliment. ro, 111., to Cumberland Gap. Jumbo Wilkes, 2:22, ia 10J hands Thirty days trial on every one. But by what right does a paper which people.'wore killed and two in- high and weighs 1,300 pounds. Four .Satisfaction guaranteed. baa renounced its allegiance to the dem- jured during an early morning firo in a Speaker Reed, George Leovitt' ocratic party make suggestions to it? Trinity church tenement in New York. colt by May King, baa The Sayings should shiny on its own A census of the locomotives of the shown a 2:50 gait. Bide of the populistic fenco. world shows that there are 109,000. Tho Arkansas Dorby waa won by America uses more than any other coun- Lady Inez; Ben Elder second, Garland The Louisville Truth's bicycle edition try. Bar third, time 1:43J. ia a daisy and no mistake. It embraces A Roano county, Tenn,, man lit the Middle-man- ? Asbby 2:19i, by Vatican, bred and 12 pages and is profusely illustrated with fuse of a stick of dynamito, lay down on trained by B. H. Neale, Bold at Losing-to- n Pay but ono profit between makor and half tone cuts as clear and as faithful as it and waited until he was blown into last week for $200. He onco sold for user and that a bin all just ono. photographs and ia in everv way calcu- shreds. Our Iilg 700 l'ugo Cutulogtio and Buyers 3,000. lated to interest the lovers ui the wheel. Outdo proves that It's possible Weighs Biahop sold to J. O. Johnson, John Lewis PerkinB ia in jail at F. K. i"4 pounds, 12,000 IlliiHtrutions, describes Brer. Finley seemB to be doing well, even charged with beating the of Boyle, a bunch of hogs at 3Jc and a libel judgment occaif he has to pay a ttrtlclcs.overytlilngyouubc. Wowjndlt son of Levi Howard to death lot of yearling lambB at 3J. lie engaged sionally. for lScorits; that's not for tho book, but lambs for delivery with a stick. And Prices as Low a3 Any One Can Make Them. to Lyon & Allen bis .to pay part of tho postaKOor oxpressago, Mrs. Harriet Smith, of Noblesville, from May 25 to Juno 1 at 5c. and koep oft Idlers. You can't get It too Prop. Jason Cuenault, of Louisville, quick. m Mr. John F. Fitch, of Carlisle, baa has invented a word. It is "dicknottic" Ind., drank carbolic acid when she heard MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., de with reference to the pres that her husband had been seen in com- - natented a tobacco and he uses it The Store ol All the People ' " Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. scribed aa a "simple device for making a Michigan Ave., Chicago ent po'.itical stato of affairs in Kentucky. pany with a demi monde. three-year-olds, have yielded to the flattery and cajolery of rich distillers, who sought payment for their political p'erfldity by trying to induce him to disapprove tho law, but Bradley seemsto be made of sterner stuff and could not be swerved from the path of duty. His action in approving the one bill was as commendable as his veto of tho other. There is neither warrant nor justification either in the constitution or the bill of rights for the payment of services not rendered. Judgo Bennett's widow is entitled to no bounty and in the present condition of the treasury, and those who are suffering for pay for work actually done, the act passed by the Legislature woe a piece of that generosity, which politicians are apt to display when using other people's money. Preferring always to commend rather than cenBure, it gives us pleasure to say that in the main, Gov. Bradley seemB to havo kept his promise to do right as God shall give him power to discern the right. The Interior Jouhnal is not of that class of hide bound sheets that can never see anything bad in its party or anything good in the acts of members of the opposite party, and it will continue to give both man and devil his due. McCracken county republicans join the McKinley list and endorse him for president. Tho naval appropriation bill, carrying with it 131,011,034, and authorizing tho construction of four battleships and 15 torpedo boats, was passed by the Hoiiie Friday. Tho Pleasant Ridge Park distillery near Louisville, burned Saturday, the lhmes licking up 20,000 gallons of whisky besides the several warehouses and equipments. Tho loss including the government tax is 12,000,000. Tho 1,180 convicts at Frankfort not liking the idea of having a republican to rule them and negroes to guard them, camo near causing an outbreak of serious proportions, but Warden Nell had two ol tho ring leaders otrung up and severely whipped, which had the eflect of quolling Although a vtry btiir man, Dr. H V. Pierce, oflluffalrt, N Y, has lound lime in which to the disturbance. write a great book ol ever i,oo paces" entitled, The Shipp and Stone defalcation, The People! Common Sense Medksl JAdvlier, Few or Medicine Sunplifif which caused the Midway Bank to put in I'laln English, the Knirltsh latizuaco rare reach books minted In up its shutters, grows worse tho further ed so great a tale at ha this popnlir work, oer 63o,noo having len sold at Si .o The profit is investigated. It is now stated at its of thi enoriaoui ule hating aih repaid the author for the grtat amount 01 labor and money ex 175,000 and charges of robbing widows pended on iU produc'ftl he hit now decided to and other trust funds are made. It is give away, absolute y free, 500,000 copies ot thli valuable book, the p orient only being required hoped that both will attone in some de- to mail to the World's Olaiwtmry Medical Assoof which company ciation, ol gree for their rascality by long terms in ia president,liuflalo, N. Y.,tUmps, to cover cost he ot at mailing only, and the book will be sent Kstpald. prison. 1 one-ce- Lexington. -- Goldsmith Maid, 2:11, trotted 332 heats under 2:30, which is 147 more than any other horse. lUrw, 2:13, ia second with 1S5 and Horry Wilkes, 2:133, third with 109 Tho Slock Farm gives tho following good advice: '"Breed your marea. If you do not, in a few years you will re gret it. There i a good demand now and the supply is short " J. II. McAlisttr tells us that while the horse stock cold low, the mules and other property of J. Owsley Evans b ought good prices. The mules sold for JG3 to ftlO and the farming implements foras much as they were worth, The entries to the Kentucky Futurity Stake, to 1h trotted at tho fall meetings ot tho Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association in I SOS Bnd 1S99, for two and havo closed with 812 nominations. Tho stako will bo worth mS.OOO. Louisville Store. Spring Clothing. Ready made or made to order. Mens' Suits, most recent styles, designs and materials, S3. 50 to Hoys' Long Pants .Suits, 520. the kind that combines superior style, neatness, fit and high grade, at $2.50 to $10. Hoys' Knee Pants Suits, sizes . to 15, com prising all the latest novelties, at 75c to $6. Good lined jeans pants for 75c. Knee Pants 25c to Si. 50 Wash Goods. A great variety of new wash goods which are deserving of the closest inspection. Neat patterns, bright colors and excellent fabric. Now is your time to buy Easter Dresses. Sec our line of Shirt Waists 50 .Dozen Shirts. Shoes. Underwear. Call and See Y-rk- M. Carpets and Mattings. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STA1TFORD. Reed-Allis- on Perfectly Wonderful. Buy Your Easter lints. PUBLIC SALE. Wednesday, April Reduction In Prices lachri-mosit- y 11 be-ia- g SaleofLand,Stock,Crop r A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. l'ji'tl homr-stea-d Tuesday, Mar. 31 9S . Rocking Chairs. , One like this for only $2.75. 1 1 1 1 1 te 1 Undertaker's Goods WITHERS, Wm I m The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Respect. well-to-d- o We Guarantee this Plow in Every - BTTaKETaTE CHUHIT -- W. H. WEAREN & CO. J. K. Y4NARSDALE. Why not be your own Spring Suits? Beautiful Patterns, H. , lle, seven-ye- andtGllsthoono-profltpricoofover'iO.OO- O ar-old Latest Stvles. J. McROBERTS. hand-plante- r, 1 II-1- 16 -- u V.-4- .t y jjjy j ijflU, .V - ly InteriorJournal Mahch 31, 18'JG Eabtkii novoltlea at Dank, tho jow olor. HoitN, Uixjvkh and Timothy aeed at Warren & The quality of goods sold from Penny's mffw Shanks' "Model Grocery." to tho wife of J. It. Bnultmareb, m SrANKOKD, Kv-- , - E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tiik only placo to buy spectacles. OralR & llockor. Gktb now hat for Kasler. Mrs. A. A. Wk nro temporarily without n watch McKinnoy. repalror, but durlnic bin nbaenco your Foil 8ai.k. ItoO locum stakes. W. II. repair work will be sent to tho city, thoroughly ami nccnrntelv done and returned Wearen A Oo. to you without any extra charge. PenWb will rIvo you tho lowest prices on ny's Drun and Jewelry Store. mixed paint. Craig A Mocker. PERSdHAl POINTS. Dn. W. B. Penny has moved bis ofllce you. Wk Imvo our Easter goods ready for Mrs. A. A. MoKinney. to bis residence. Mhh. Cyhiih .M.JoNiabne sick with the grip. been quite bnvo arrived. New holt hucldes, stiirt waist Bete, etc. Danks, the jeweler. Mu. and Mhh. K. from London Uunday. J. B. Cook, of Lawronceburg, 0. Walton rAurned visited McKinnoy. WKnro not overstocked on our prices aro right. Try us. saddles but Higgins A 7 Wooldkhjub Jellico Coal is agvn offerGoon if thuk. Mrs Eliza Baugbman ed you at a reasonable price and with a received a letter a few days ago from a on Tiik L A X. is putting in now satisfactory guarantee. Give ua a trial New York banker stating that she waa &c, &c, from Hughes & Tate and will Close Out every thing in tho Richmond Brancli and otherwise an heir to the Oulie estate worth order. J. II. Baugbman A Co. getting it in shapo for faster travel. stock at first cost without carriage. I invite all who appreciate fair Mrs. Baugbman waa an Oulie Dahks, the Jeweler, has fixed bis win- and has several children who will get dealing, courteous treatment and good goods at the lowest possible Ohki'ONB nnd mohairs are the things up again and rnado a nice display Borne of the "divy" should it prove true prices to call and assist in for Spring suitings for ladiea. Go to dow closing out. Every thing will be sold for with tho notice, "Don't break that aho ia an heir. Mrs. Baughman ia Shankfl-beforbuying and sue goods and therein, The services tho glass. Wo will sell you goods cheap- tho widow of the lato Hamilton Baugb- Cash or Country Produce at the highest market price. get prices. of G. B. Cooper and C. E. Tate have been secured as salesmen, with er than you can steal them." man. Eons. S. 0. Brown Leghorn and my personal supervision. OrchTiik entertainment at tho Crab Black Langshan eggs (or sale, 75c for a Don't Mibs It. If you want to enjoy Saturday night drew aettting of 10 eggs. Address Mrs. J. E. ard Baptist church a feast of good thiign, lilerary and mua largo crowu, wincn was ueugnieu wun CarHon & Son, Crab Orchard. sical, don't fail to go to Walton's Opera tho way the homo talent acquitted it- House to night. In addition to her comMrs. N. A.Tyree. Tiik young men who aro fond of the self. Tho proceeds amounted to about Mk. I. SiibuiyTicvis, of Shelby City, prehensive program, Miss Miller will Spring sport aro requested to meet t the Myers 130. spent several days last week at read an article written especially for the House at 7 150 Tuesday night for the purHill. Woodford Sun, Report Bomes that some occasion, "Kentucky Down to Date," Mhb. J.T. IIockkii turn returned from pose of organizing a bane ball club. bo j - rolling rocks down a hill back of G. while tho music Mrs Berthel will make Dr. Johnston's hospital in Cincinnati Will sell you at the Lowest Cash Price "Of a Local Na- D. .SicCarty's, at Mt. Salem, found a skel- will be sweetest melody. Admission 50 In the column headed thoroughly restored to health. will bo found nomol a killing in eton of whatseeuiB to have been a young cents. Seats reserved at Mcltoberts' drug ture" Mns. BnrriH C. McKi.nnky returned Rockcastle, a rape In Pulaski, accidents man, A newspaper found with it bears store without extra charge. a visit to her daugnter, yesterday from date of four years auo. In Mercer and other Interesting items. Mrs. W.J. Yager, In Ixmiaville. The discharge of Mrs. J. A. Hammond returned Sunday Mu. M. F. Ki.ki En Milluh, tho obstreperous young by Commissioner W. C. Curd at SomerA petition flignBd by 81 patron of tin was set both aurprised and grntitled her of James Cnitchfield, from his Southern trip. His wife will Hubble has been forwarded to We will fill you orders from a new, Fresh Stock. remain in Georgia for some time. Gov. McOreary at Washington asking held in bond of 100 to keep tho peace friends. It was thought that nfter she Mn. E. I). Scorr was over from Lex. that J. A. Hammond be appointed post- - toward tho old man for '2 months, and bad confessed to opening the letters for n time it seemed thttt tho chancts ehe was neceesarily bound to suffer the ington a few days to see one of the master at that place. Compounded by an experienced Pharmacist, day or night. were 10 to 1 on his going to jail, but penalty, but the commissioner held that In the Stnte. prettiest little widows Pohtmastuu Roi-- called for more light friends camo to hia rescue and succeeded ai there was no other evidence againBt W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. returned to Mi&i her except that confession, she could not eight and being a good Mason, Manager A. C. in making tho bond. her home at Junction City, after an Sine, nf the Commercial building, bs held. She said that she opened the weeks' vicit in UulTalo. Advocate. WE ARE Millrii. Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller, letters through curiosity, while believing promptly gave it to him. The nww win-i- s tho brilliant Tattler of the Times, will Tiik Somerset Reporter names Thomas a decided improvement to thuotlicw. that tbey were to and from enemies of give one of her delightful readings at the IUnkln and It. L. Hubble among tho who wero she thought layPsAi'iikH are selling at II- - a dozen and opera bouse in Stanford, Ky., Tuesday her husband, Lincoln county visitors to that city Iret ing a scheme to injnre him. strawberries at 51) cents a quart in Louis- night, 31st. While she is in Stanford woek. FaYni, one of tho most ville, which reminds us to say that tho she will bw the guest of W. P. Walton, MissMaiiki. Brouhkad. Mr. J. 0. McClary, who popular youne ladles of Crab Orchard, is St. Asaph Hotel has treated its guests editor of the Intkhiou Jouiimal. Wherev was called to Brodhead Sunday to preto strawberries er Misa Miller's readings have been pare the bodv of Mrs. N. M. Shumate th guest of Mr. J. H. Stephens. Lex- and some of its and cream more than once this season. heard they havo proved exceedingly for burial, tells us that that lady died ington Herald. Louisville Truth. Hon. J. N. Sauniihksj was an attendant early Sunday morning of catarrh of the Gone Homk. The Bank of Harrison, popular. at tho marriage of MiM Kato Overton 0., telegraphed JliM to the Farmers Bank stomach. She bad been a sufferer for Every Day. We want you to come in and see Commhnchmh.nt exercises of Stanford Green at Frankfort to W. It. Worrall, of A Trust Co. Saturday to put up for Win. yeara end death must have been a welFemale Collsge, Dr. Win. Shelton tells New York, which was a brilliant affair. Chesteifield'd appearance at the circuit what we now have to show you. to her. Mrs. Shumate was a daughus, will occur June 1 and 2. The con- come Jba.n and Florence Siikluy, of court, anil ho was at one released. Ho cert will bu at night and final exercises ter of Mr. Cy Adams and was an excelMiesu The designers have surpassed all previous efforts in bringing out new Arcadia, with their handsome guest.Mies was in jail for forgery in connection with on the morning of the 2d, both being lent christian lady. Her remains were patterns and effects in Dress Goods. Julia Spurr, of Fayette, were in town the operntious of the McKinney Canning given at Walton's Opo'a House. The laid to red yesterdiy afternoon in the Bnd under the family burying ground. W. J. Flinn Saturday afternoon Co. doctor ia trying to get citizens to offer and Miss Jennie Roberts, a Brodhead of Messrs P. M. Mcltoberts and declaLittlkJim Hatciiku is agent for the prizes for th best essays, the best belle of IS summers, eloped to Jellico Saunders, paid a nnmber of highly J. N. Cincinnati Post nnd he is a hustlttr. mation, the best deportment, Ac, and yesterday and wero married. A. E. Alappreciated calls. reports progress. We aro glad to be able bright ia rejoicing over tho arrival of a Mu. Gkohue D. Wbaiikn is back from a When ho was live years old, and that to state that tho present faculty haBbeen new girl. been long ago, ho could tell tho of Virginia, where he had a fair trade. hasn't engaged for next session. See the new Mohairs. Crepons, Mohair Broche, Ho Bays tho country generally in our na- capital of very State in the Union nnd For a long time Mr. A.C. Siuo was principal city in every country of tho Executive Comlooks pretty tough to him, the How Wk Can Win tive State Mohair Storm Serges, Etc. In colored goods we secretary of every secret crder in towr, world, besides giving other wonderful whoreupon we foil to kill him, but mitteeman Wallace E. Varnon saya he ia tho py therefor being sufficient to covsnared him for tho BBko of bis evidences of good memory. for calling tho State convention to name Popular Goods at Popular Prices 25c and up. premiums on the $15,000 he cardelegates for tho Chicago convention for er tho wife and children. Lkiiitnino, thunder, rain and hail ries on hia life. During 'J7 yeare he hna New Persian Cloths, Serges, Mohair and Cecilian. Mr. J.S. Owsley, Jh., after a most camo at intervale, beginning Saturday about the 10th or 15th of May, with devoted nearly every night in the week to Anderson and Mercer, night and lasting till yesterday. If thero county convention two weeks earlier. visit to some order and Mrs. Sine haa quietly A new goods as pretty as silk, half the price and twice as wide, is whero he was greatly complimented on ia any kind of weather that March Ho feela absolutely sure that this district borne it in unmurmuring meeknees. on .silks in Printed warp bis bold Bland for sound money, left hasn't given us, she lias one more day will send h sound money delegation and But pationco has at laat ceased to be a called Mozambique. You should see it. New for Taylorsville tho noon tram yesterday Xo fancy Pricis left to show that alio is equal to it nil. ia almost as sure that tho Statu will do and aho has asserted herself. Tho Persians at 75c to $1 25. and will epend a few (Ibj-- with tho stur-d- "Showers, cooler tonight, Tuusday fair," likewise. Tho judge is for a straight out viituo ia result that Mr. Sine has resigned nil yeomanry of Spencer. tolegraphs the weather man from Wash- gold standard and saya that with a plat- the secretaryships and when you call at Mu. John L. Hay, who reslgued hii ington. form declaring for it and with either his homo at nights now you can see him nf-John G. Carlisle or Mr. Whitney at tho sitting up with the old woman, looking position nt the Louisville. Store here, t A Month soonbk. Supt. John E Ray, head of tho ticket, the democrats will u year or two, to vuluablu service of happy as a big sunlhwer and wonder nf J II. Walter's btoio at of trie Kentucky Aavlnm of Deaf Mutes certainly win, especially if McKinley is as .i... ing why he had not given up the lodge MciVury, ia much pleased with his new at Dnnvlle, has ieaued n circular in which nominated by tho republicans or the 4 he SB) a that because of tho condition of miserable Ohio straddle of tho currency business long ago. Job, though ho hated to tear himself the finances of tho State and tho conse- question. BY Local Oition. In view of the fact bab)- - from Stanford friends. C.S.Ste-T)t)- u quent embarrassment to this school, it Mueslis. W. B. McBkidk and that Harrodaburg may soon vote on local Finkd. Some daya ago ltico Reynolds, becomes necessary to clono tho present were up from Danville Friday, option, Editor Spotewood, of the Demoa month earlier than usual, and aworo out nn order of delivery for a horse coming of Max O'ltell to session crat, ia publishing letters from cashiers UQj children will be sent homo tho first ween that hia father, Milton Reynolds, as be of banks in towns where saloons t iat city on tho :d and Fred Kmereon aro pro unlawfully holding from alleged, waa in May. Brooks on tho Stb. These will bo literahim. The paper waa placed in Constable hibited, in order to show what are the re bo beard Tiik entertainment to bo given toa law. R. M. Jackson, of ry treats worth driving miles to T. W. Bailey'e handa to Berve, but bo suits of bucIi and our people should avail themselves night, 31st, by tho talented Miss Elvira gracefully retired whon tho old man told the First National at London, says: "I Sydnor Miller, of tho Louisville Times, local option is a success hero and of them. him that all the devils in hell couldn't know And Funeral Director. Mu. and Mns. Jkssb M. Alvkiison, Mrs. Duret Berthel, a beautiful nnd briltoday there could not be found 10 tako that horse away. Tho next time be who would sign a petition to vote Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, who wero married in December, aro just liant voctlist, and Mai, Henry T. Stan went tho constable took along Tom Nun" taking their bridal tour, that is they have ton, u poet of renown and a reader of nelley to scare tho old man, but be didn't saloons back. I am not a prohibitionist Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. by any means, but I know our town has gono to visit Mr. Alverson'a mother, great ability, promisee to bo ono of opposite Court-Hous- e Room scare worth a cent. On the contrary, he Alversou, at Richmond. Mr. enjoyment. Secure reserved seat at Mrs. Mattio marchod against them with a gun and beon benefited and a drunken mania as AlvoraonlB such an industrious man W. B. Mcltoberts' etoro without extra knifo and again discretion was thought much a curioaity on our streets na a cir(Jnshier J. A. QuiBenberry, that he bad not missed a day from tho charge. the better part of valor. Then the two cus ahow." of the Citizens National of Danville, eaye: ollico in five months until Saturday. Nahhowly Aveiitkd. Mr. J. W. Per-ri- aworo out a warrant ogainat Mr. ReyMieaJBNNiK Wauiikn, after a lengthy tells ua that there camo near being a nolds and at hia trial yesterday be waa "This commanty, after years of trial of visit, which was also a most delightful seriouB side collision at Junction City mulcted to the tune of $50. Hon. It. 0. tho question, is satisfied with tbo result at oneto her aunt, MrB. W. 0. Bradley, re Sunday, notwithstanding the precautions Warren represented him and promptly and would not for any consideration sur We have an Immense Line andjare realy overstocked in mansion, Frankfort, . itinnxecutivo render what baa boen obtained for tbe adopted. An L. A N. freight train bad took an appeal. elevation of the morale and welfare of turned homo Friday looking prettier the right of way, but lor some unexRockcabtlk county had a veritable the community." W. II. Kinnaird, of than over. At tho governors reception plained cnuso h double header on the C. got Sunday morning accompanied the National Bank, Lancaster, asserts notions Binhor namH somehow S. came in u few feot of running into it, cloudbur8t Mrs. Warren. "You aro a by tho severest hail ntorm in tho recol- that local option ia a success thoro. "It mixed with the catastrophe being only prevented by ' widow, I suppose," said n aelf important tho two engineers calling loudly for lection of the oldest inhabitant. Water has prevailed for 10 yenra. I have llvdu And will dispose of them at greatly reduced prices lor the next two being presented newspaper reporter ou covered tho lowlanda while the bills in thia placo more than 50 years and in brakes and reversing their engines. Some of these poods will be sold at hilf their former price. wero white with hailstones nearly as my judgment tho last 10 havo boon tho weeks. to hor. "Yes, a grass widow," alio are sure enough Bargains. with tho utmost nonchnleuce, and Tub rain and hail Btorm of Sunday was largo bb guinea eggs. The railroad track best." Stanford people can also add Call if youjwant Bargains that man came near loBing hia of unusual seventy in many porta of the waa covored with water in many places, their testimony to tho sarao effect. A tho poor little breath at euch candor. county, though thero was but little hail and a portion of the foundation of a cat- drunken man or a street broil ia a rare here. Col. Hill, who waa out in the tle guard near Maretaburg waa waahed Bight here and nobody but those espe- CITY AND VICINITY. knoba, saya that the stones wero so large away. This wbb diacovered by Miaa ' dally interested in running them or in Craig A Hocker. there that theylwould have killed bis Mollie Houk, near whose houao tho cat- patronizing them would have tbo saloons Toilet articles. -- -back. horse had he not tuken tho precaution to tle guard ia, and aho probably saved Dunks' protty Easter window. 8kb train No. 24 from a wreck by havo him stabled. Al Burns Bays tbey Ouro for Hoadncno. bia were aa big aa hia fist and covered the flogging it. The train passed over very Will Mathkny haa a new Rirl at At a all formi streets at Hustonville, wbilo Wallace slowly and no damage waa done but bad Hitlers remedy for to be the of HeiilacheItElectric very best. hu proved clftcts bouse. most dreaded Walter tells that at Kingavillo thoy it been going at ita usual speed it would a permanent cure and the its influence. habitual sick headache yields to We urea Baugb- Is Receiving his broke out windows and did much other more than likely have been ditched. It all who are allllcted to procure a bottle and give Wuitk eood oata for aale. J. II. cases this remedy- a fair Brodhead that a couple stipation Electric trial. In cures ol habitual condamage. The rain caused a good deal of waa reported at . . man A Oo- , Hitters by giving tbe of calves had been killed by the bail, but needed tone to the bowels and few cases long to received a beautiful lino of Cham- rock and earth fall on tho track at the theuse ol this medictn,. Try it once. Large Just - Give him a Call. at Warren A mouth of tho tunnel and delay trains for fnr untruthfulness of this wo can not tottles only w cents at W. U. McKoberts Drug ber Seta and Queenawaie Store. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed.( vouch. a while. Grocery." Sbanka' "Model Mf-$52,-000,00- 0. bis sisters here Sunday. Miss IUciiki. Almson, of Lexington, ia visiting her sister, Mrt. Buroh. Wavkhi.v Hamilton went to Louisville yesterday to work for tho L. A N. Mhs. Hklkm Hi mi an and Mr. W. I). Hooker, of Hustonvtlle, were here yesterday. Miss Katk Cook returned yesterday from a protracted visit to Lexington Biid Uustonville. Miis. Aiiciiih Kojuhtson'h next declamatory contest will be held nt Danville, May 15. Mbs. J. M. BuuCK,and daughter, of Klixabethtown, arrived Friday to visit A nkiv lino of extra large size bill books just received. Crafg A Hocker, Cash Druggists. Jowelry Store haa always been known to bo tho very best. You run no risk in Nice room in Imtkhioh Journal build- buying for thero ia no other kind, Don't As Executor of A. R. Penny, I will on ing for rent. W. P. Walton. miss the auction sale on April 13. Sale " Tiik Stanford Water, Libt & Ice Co. will bo continued till all goods are sold. 9 will let the building of the reservoir to LiaiiT.vi.No struck tho wiro running the lowest ider Thursday, 2d. from tho incandeecent dynamo Saturday Wr have constantly on hand cannel night and burning out eight coils, threw Offer for sale at public auction every thing embraced in' his large and and hituminouH nut coals for cooking tho houses in town into Cimmerian dark well selected ness fur 18 hours and mado housekeepers purposes. J. H. BauKbinan A Co. hot in hunting for lamps. As wo never Eaiip has reduced his cabinet photo- miss the water till tho well runs dry, so Al graphs from to $2 per dozen till April do wo never appreciate the electric lights Consisting of Watches, Clock, Gold, Silver and Plated Ware. 15. Cotnu now white you can save $1 on till tlio lightning sbonts them out. goods are of standard quality and may be depended upon. No cheap tho dozen. trash to be offered. This is a rare opportunity to secure the very May PULLTiiKouoir. Dr. J. B. Kin- to my I iiavk moved my dental olllce naird, who returned from Barbourvillo best of goods at far less than their value. residence, ou Lancaster street, whero I yesterday, saya his nephew, Dr. Robert will be found in tho future. W. B. PenK. Burnside, who was severely cut by a ny, dentist. fellow named Sawyers, is resting easy . I Have Purchashed the Entire Stock of Wk'vr got it. Tub Log Mountain or and may pull through. He is cut in live "Bear Creek" cannel nut coal. Come places, tho mostsprious being in tho aband seo us the best over put on tho domen. He was joking with tho fellow, market. Noel i: Son. when ho made the assault. m Monday, April 13, 1896, m m Stock of Jewelry, G L. PENNY, m m Executor. Dry Goods, Clothing. Hats, Shoes. - i W. P. TATE, Stanford, Ky. w Bo IiriOBElTS, t- UJALL PAPGR ADD PAIHT$, post-ollic- e son-inln- T Opening up New Goods chap-cronn- ge In Black they have fairly outdone themselves. m mer-ritnl- lv Brat-Hyin- g, y m m SEVERANCE & SON. t U!MDEOTAl!i!C -- ) KrtAxnr, ! Practical Trimmer, Bmloalmer per-eo- gon-nin- e n OVERSTOCKED Harness : and : Saddlery, FAREIS & HARDIN. H. G. BUPLEY, paa-Bon- -- THE MEMgMT TAILOR T re-b- st SPBIN& AN SUMME2R v,l ,, j " . a mimmmmmmmimmmk 6 Surgeon The Kn.plitBof Pytliina aro discusa-rie Dontiat, the advisability of erecting a robUahed Evory Tuesday and Friday liotelnnd opera houBe here. AT The luomberB of the junior social club will meet with Miss Eugenia Bubii Office orer MeRjberts' Drtm Slots iu the Owsler not Mpmd SU 50 wIM be chaiged.-. llulldii). Ht her hospitable homo Friday eveniuj-The farmers in and around Garrard K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I report that tho fruit crop is uninjured aa Train ear Sanford l 7 lo a m., returning yet and from present prospects there will New gomti nf the latest styles just received fit :jp Call In and see the largtst and best assarted line be n uood yield. ever brought lo Sutilotd. Prices as low is the From $1,500 to J2.0U0 worth of baled lowest. L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hlcgant line Linens nrstt Material. hay has beeu purchased of Uto from . 13 37pm Wfc J. Train going North MISSLICCIK IIKAZLLY, .. 3 m VitrioiiR parties by Lancaster's mln mer5 Stanford, Ky If. ft., " South ..".. ,.t 04 pn . 15 p ra chant, II. A. I). Mf.rke.bury. Lancaster will lose another one of 1ULEY QUEEN & CRESCENT. her haudsomeat younp ladies this week. K. U. niLHY. I'roprlotor, Trains pa Junction City ailotkms: This time Madiaon will bu tho winner, as 11 37 1 "i No North ...3.56 p m lit, 1 - - Kentucky. Lor. tion. p ru the croon, to be is from there. n " 4 $ " ... .not m " 6 ...3. i x m i Died in this county, after a short illi, " 10 .... ,r.m ...600 am I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettsr V ing they arc carefully dried for Stanford pike, un .ircpuisd than ever to accommodate the public Kote. Nes. 5 and 6 aril o an J 10 run no fur ness, Mrs. Silas Dally, ae about 50 years. Ooid Livtry attached and every convenience da r than Junction Cm , nor on Sindiy. An assignment was made by the use. Their virtues are extracted The deceased had only been ill a few vtsd. Ctvc mt a call, iMmiMwf FRANK RILKY, of n by the latest scientific process 9, 1896, 7 days with the rip when death claimed Midway Deposit Bank, us u result Her personal property consisting of i black sadrun on the bank causwl by tho shorUue known to pharmacy her. by a phar-i- dle lired l fnt u. marr. t j bmn -- Elder W. G. Wnlker, of Beattyville, tho accounto of the CRshierand his jib- - macist who has spent lS years in Keldlna;. mitr, t yewirliDg hoisr mule, s mare mule colts, a Jerxv hnf )carmg Ally, lioise colt, has been here several days as tho guest of sistant. About flO.OOO is duo the depos tjlc worj- - 0f j,js ci,oscn profession, ers, jiwrling hull, a steer i ini, FacraiBi; Imishn Or hay E'.dei George- Gowen. On Sunday night itors, who It is thought will lose but lit- - iror ovcr a iluntjrctj years has it plement lonststim; ul t mowing machine, rake, i arm wagoa antl htne, plows, ho preached the union sermon at the tle lf anyth'"g- surrey nnd harraws, Also i spilsig wagna, stood the test and it stands harness, a ad a good let host m hold tww miles Kan ol Hustonville. On Con and kitchen tains pik ef Baptist church. lore the public guaranteed to be furniture ,..m,n m xl-.i.n- n v..i v... At the same time aud place tb A youutf man of this place who bus h is been aubject to ntMiks of colic aSout once a ,. best blood purifier ill tllC Uiar-yra- r ETinc 140 ductor ouid have to been a trusted employe for mauy years of sutlerand about la nours a call a a, soire and then ct. It .is positively rruarauteed to Tho Farm of 70 Acroa will be Itontod Well Improved and In an ocetlent ntighborhoed up mucn tu tor To the Mghetl aHd lei bidder for the remainder Land lies well Will en rungs for smaller two of Lancaster's substantial grocery they die. lie wn taken recently just the fame ass cure scrofula in any form. a The Improve Its ol the ) ut. has com is welldwelhug I, most all cheaper place in this or any good acoumy inor the at other times and concluded to try Clumber-Iain'and good oit.ble in Krais mil men is soon to bring suit against his re Remedy. He s Colic, Cholera and Dlarrh.ti and is shown by its growing pop- outhouses; also n sp'endtd orchitct. rhpic about Mate or would take a clean stuvk of says, "I took one dose of it and it ave t reltaf merit hardware in pan payment In some me town, or cent employer for $ 20,000. 8 acres 11 'vhe.l .ich the teatrr will et In rie minutes. That is more than anything else ularity and in localities where long will sell for tart cash, balance In Terms. All sums of io and under casi in er lougrr if desired. Forlurtlier rivo years' time has eVer done lor me." Miss Margarot Murphy's kindergarparticulars call ot f hand; llocker, Stanlord, Ky. est uced you find the largest sales. withoutovcr that amemnt n irrJlt (wyablv months on or addreis. For sale by Craig K. D. KKNNKIiY, In the Boies Interest ten clues have begun making their (lower N'cliblnDantllle ) m lluatontllle, Ky. Cltuens Naitoual llaiA of Sold in Lincoln county by rriulred uf gardens as well as sowing their vigetablo All last winter Mr Geo. A. Mills, of Lebanon, purchaser. JAMF.S II ltr Y.SOI.DS, At Coon., Administrator Id W. B. IMcRobcrts, Stanford. seed. The little folks are anxiously await times it was badly afflicted ucith rheumatism. up "W. could not stand vaa aa soyere.'lliat " Penny's Drug Store, straicht. but as drawn vver on one side "I trieu ing the developments of nature. ditleirnt remedies without rinding reliei," he say., A New Iress Making1 f slablisksnt. W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. A douation party was tendered Rev, "until about six months ago I bough, n bottle ot using it lor Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Nelson, tho now Presby- threeChamberlain's Pain Halm. Alter aud has net F. B. Twidwcll, days my rheumatism was gone Absolutely Having completed my course In the Fiench terian minister and his wife, on Friday at returned since. ' J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tailoting Srstem ot Cutting and Killing I offer A cream of tartar baking pow the home of Mrs. P. O. Spencer, where For sile by Craig .V Hacker. Stanford, Ky. my srivices to y Tanner Bros., McKinney. du. Highest of all in leavening they have recently taken rooms. J. I'. Alstott, Powers. JLartics Zeb Raines was shot and killed at : : Ky. Prof. O. II. Poage, who irave such Latest United States '.'" gth. Bcazley & Son, Crab Orchard. And iciMiiy, fetliag assured that I ran please OenUst, Jellico, by Frank tho Proctor mines, rear satisfaction as a teacher last year here them with ray ork I will be fond tn th rear Office on Main Street, Opposite the Government Food Report. James T. Cookk, Lopy. Raines' son, Janipp, was shot of Mrs. Kate Dudderar's Miiiloery Stir ami will alt on rhocc wishing work in my line be glal t Harrodsburg, Ky. OYAL BAKING POWDER. 00., under Prof. Milton Elliott, is now engag- and mortally wounded tho day before. ed ih teaching a most successful school MIIS. WM r.FKIt. Stanford. If 100 Wall Street, New York. at KiiLsville. lie has 75 pupils under CARKOIl MAILRS his charge. Proprietors of..... The able sermon by Elder Georco im& Gowen on Sundav morning "From the brANFOUD, KV. Profirietois Palaco to the Pig Pen" was well received Havt.g bought of P W. (irceo hM Livery Gallon by an attentive audience and it waB a and added new buci aad horses, we ate Mrs. L. A. Brady, prepartd to furni.li very respectable one considering the dis- In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windo .v Shades, Glass, KY STANFORD, Miss MollieJWake. agreeable day. TURNOUTS Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Horses handled under Ssdlle and In Harness, FIRST-CLAS- S llsrosn.ovor M. D. Elmore's store, Stanford, Ky. Mr. John I.ucker, of Paint Lick, a sale Firsl-laloiutUr and The traveller public will rind Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danvillk and see and prepared lorand sold on commission Good Oa short notice and willing sadours bouitht ns always ready son of Mrs. J. II. I.ucker, of this place, to tur.ish DrumJ W McGlNNlS, J. V. COOK hall mile tract, and rxtt sultw in the country. 9 mer.' Wagons, either single or dustble, or f lb cure paint shop. In charge trimming stop. whs united in marriage on the 25th to a kinds at sery LOW PRICES. Th boys in and at mnq town will alto find us the pco Miss Althea Wingnte, of Silver Creek. pi to deal with. Mp In us when la town at THOMAS Y. cmnts and enlertamnisnts snd uur horse and v. The wedding occurred at the home of hlcls wiU bs weil cared for bride's parents. OX IMI'RtiVr.I) KAHMS DANVILLE, KY., Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one a, II. COOPKR Myers House Stable, ftaaford, Ky S; M. Miller, of this county, bought of of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Ken- In Lincoln iunty, Ky ,at per cent , srmt an Builder and Dealer in All Kinds John Adams a mare for 500; Robert Lonir, Dual tnleiesi, tin commission iharjrd Address of Carriages. I'.KO W PAW Konm i7, Kenyon lluilding, of Madiaon, bought three head of oxen tucky. nrled-nand warrant Iouisville, Ky lurbUnk ai'plicatioas and fur Meoainair a Specialty. tn give sstiifscticn. All work il.ee when from Wm. Simpson, of McCreary, atL'Jc; M ther laformalion, inquire ol J N. baunders, nraMiisad. All accounts due uien work U deSitjntord, Ky. i Itemember we arc the exclusive arer.ii far tb M. .1. Adams bought a go livered. Your celebrated mare of M. Simpson for $30. HLRD K THE SPRINC, I89G. Falls Branch Jellico Goal, The ladies' aid society .will meet Sat: ff. : Surrey11 Mrs. Charles Nor-riurday afternoon with Also that it will be to the interest of everybody Blue-Gras- s to call and 111 our clean Outtieill- - Nut Cent. These energetic women have recentIrom tne best herds My Breeders were Prices the very lowest. We paT the cask at the .UNDERTAKER, therefore are ly donated J5 to the Christian church at of this famous treed of sui,--i in several dtlfrrent All linds nf Fruit anl Ornamental Trees, mines, Come and see able to sell at the lowest a,es I rum, 'hrubs. sinragm. tlrape Vlues, price Ceal make redus.shes.no cinders. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Beattyville. This is one of the few States. A splendid let il pigs cf ditlTfiit S'atislact.03 for sale, llred sows a spv.ialtv flood lluy direct and save money Ike. No agents Falls Kraachi) ct.. llraach Sill incidents of good these excellent women guaranteed. Coircspoudencc s.licitcu A'drc.3 Mrawberry aud general istaiogue on application dsan Mouatsin Jellno Falls n els ; North uc. In ll of West OrTeis his services o the Nut Jellu-H. K HILLKNMrAKK, to stock of Coffins are doing. BRONAUGII, u!ii - d Casev Counties. Lump uc Ibvie prices are lor Coal delivered Ky , Telephone sod Cskett always 03 hand Ky. lor Cos! at our house charges arc one cent less. Crab es Carpenter, M snsger, D. At a recent meeting of tho Christian NOKI. A SON. Endeavor Society of tho Presbyterian -- fik.. church they unanimously decided to Co .X: take in members of the other denominawill bo run tions, though the meetings OT STANFORD, KY., Kontucky. under auapicies of the Presbyterian Is now fully .orgsnirsd aud ready lor busmen wits church. It was conducted Sunday afterwink In every particuGuaraateis Paid up Capital of eye on the Paje Fence See HufT noon by Miss Mabel Royston and next Keen you S200.000. lar. Prices reasonable. Has bad 1, years' I)uddrar,J. L Dawson. J. II Rright, R.Cobb, Sandfly MibS Lucilo Woisigflr will pre91 3m Surplus, . 20,000. Kd Carter, II. Chancelt r and others who hue us eal it. G. A. PEYTON, Stanf rd. Ky. side. SUCCUSSOK to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Ajrent for Lincoln County. 95,3m The Lancaster band gave an open HANK OP STANFORD, saw V" ,BiifSiTSf'K'm CALL ON rehearsal Friday evening iu the Masonic Now closing up) with the sams, assets and undsr srjrjW aca0J5SaTrhr7iSjiis:CK Wsp 2ttZmti&rHZj&!rSmr Law,! Attorney inn same management. Hall. It is uuder the management of liy provisions of its chatter, depositois are as - fully ptoiectcd as ate depositors in NatioeaJ Mr. JohnE. Stormes and makes excel. Uanks, lent music. There aro 10 in it and re We have just received a full line oi 'the old reliable" Oliver Chill- Otficeon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court liaolc ta Its shareholders being held individual, th extent ol the amount of lieu stock STANFORD, KY., value memberina tho fact that they have not ed Plows and Repairs. Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and House Collections receive cpec la attention IS thstem at the parin suchthsreol, in addition to that amount invested shares. It may act Mail only 15 Cents. ctft Key Checks by Checks,TorMetal Checks of been in practice lon uud that a number executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Hjuriraire and Key I Or Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Hamcs, Colso individual, all Udj, liadjos, D4 License Cheeka, Key o' them are such young musicians it is 1NSI RANCH MAN, THE IllsTLING To thost who entrusted their buislniss to us lars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c sung. Chains, Ac. Stampim-oMetal ana while mnagiog the Lincoln National Hank ol repairing Shop over M I). Elmom's store, the more astounding when listening to Stanford, we we hen: tender our many thanks and Stanfoid, Ky. i' trust they will continue to transact their business their renditions. with us, olieitiig as a guarantee far prompt attenWho represents the Old Reliable Mlihican MutuA telegram was received here Suntion to same, our twenty years' experience la al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich, can Ixuikingaadas liberal accommodations as arc day afternoon, calling Dr. James B. Kin write you all the mosr favorable plans ot lueur with sound banking. FULL LINE OF ancr. He aiso represents the old reliable Central naird, to the bedside of his nephew, Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky , aad will F. HARKER, Proprietor, J. DIKKCTOUtl be glad to have a liberal share ot your patruaace. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernea; Robert Burnside, of Barbourville, oldest Will be leady to conler all the lavors that can lie - . H Shanks, tiiatiford; son of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Burnside, of given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advanceJ. S. Owsley, Stanlord; ments made on consignments, IxXh in the warethat city. None of the particulars 1iah Rates TWO DOLLARS IV Day. house aud country. I will be at btauferd every S.J, Emory, Stanford; telepram only stated court day. Paitiea wanting hoslwds, priioi lit been learned; tho j. II Owsley, Stanford; leled and refurnished tlirouzhiut. Large money should addicts me al Palut Lick, Ky. that tho young man had received a danad fJotninoJloussamtve Koomi. J.JF Cash, Stanford; 69 6m 1'iompt attention guaranteed. HftlU md office connected by Electric Bdls. gerous wound in some manner, having William Gooch,. Stanlord; 1' ratsspt and polite service to guests. 47 A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdKevilU, been stabbed in the bowels. 3D. Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot W.'II. Cummins, Preachers ill On Thursday morning at 10 o'clock STAMFORD S, H.'.Shanks, President, of Buckboard. OFIU'STONVILLK. at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. Dr.lf.'U. Owsley,,Cashier, ol genuine Oliver Chilleil Will carry a W M.Hrlght, Teller. FEMALE : COLLEGE. and Mrs. J. M. Olommerson, Mr. Theo- Full and Complete Stock of FarmingJImplcments consisting of Culti- Plows, Silverfull line Plows aud repairs for the Steel (ialo and oilier leading larmmg Implements. The do dore Moren, an estimable, well-tSTANFORD, KY. Machines, Walter A. vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows Cultivators Wood Mower and best IluKgie lor gentleman, of London, will lead to of the best iuallty, NATIONAL BANK the niooey, Phaetons, d WILLIAM SHELTON, President Farm Wagons by the altar their daughter, Mis. Blanche before you buy. at Prices to Suit the richest ipjalltics andhuireys and CarrUKe ' lanclcst and latest styles. The lest graded light buggy harness and the OK STANFORD, KY. .rlllS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Sveeney. The ceremony will be pro- the Times. Call and Sec us. cheaper grades. Collars, hamcs, bridles for farm breeching snd s'rap work of all kind purputes, MUc Emma L. Manin, 1'esidiDg Teacher in tho nounced by Elder George Gowen. Mrs. Study Hall; Furniture of all description Trunks, bags, trav- Capital 6 jveeney is regarded as one of Lancaster's W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. eling telescopes, horse blankets, bugy rugs, stove Mm kliry Cewen, Frincipil oi the Music Deand stove fixtures. &c, all ot winch ho iniles Surplus Inndsotncst aud most stylish widows. partment; your attention aud inspectiou aud premise to deal Attention pf the public is invited to the far justly and act honorably with you In all transac The rumor has been afloat for some time bites. ZJary P. Harris. Principal of the Departthst this is tho only National Hank in Stanford tions ments ol Art and Elocution. that Mr. Moron's vifita to Lancaster cer- 80 tf Under the provisions of the National Hank D. S. CARFKNTEi.. Hustonville, Ky. are secured not only by the capita stock, but bv the stockholders4 liability lor aa Ifext Session will Begin Wednes- ti'nly meaut matrimony and the wed- amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol d'ng substantiates tho fact. day, January 22. this institution are secured by a fund of J 100,000 Lancaster thinks sho has suflicient Five sworn statements oftbocoudaiou of the baak &.C, send for Circular are made each yearto the Uultsd States governcr call at the reason to be proud of the artistic skill Vit terms, College. ment and Its assets are examined at stated times n possessed by quito r number of the Furniture Stained and Varnished by government agenU, thua securing addititooa snd perfect safety to depositors. of our little city. For exquisite deM. b. Raugiimin. J. W. IlAt'GllHAS. This institution, originally established as the at the Deposit Hank of Stanford in HjS, then kinds of fancy needle signs of various itsd as the National Hank ol Stanford in again reorganised aa the First National Hank oi VERY work we have Mrs. Elizi Farris, whose Stanford in iMs, has had practically an uninterbeautiful Japanese quilts have always pkopribtohsLeave Orders at Penny's Drug rupted existence; of is years. It is boUer supplied pow with lacilities been awarded the first premium in so Store. ly and liberally than ever before in its long & SALE many of 'ho Kontucky fairs, as well as honorable career. Accounts of corporation. and firms and Individuals respectfully solic- Vincent Geek, Stanford. 5 Others are Mrs. fairs in other States. Tha Directory oi this Hank is composed ol A. Price, Mrs. B. F. Walter, Mrs. Harriet Forestus Ileid, Lincoln - - Kontucky. J. Joseph, Mrs. George Hardin, Mrs. Imperial Pekin Duck Eggs For S. T. Harris, Lincoln; county; John E. Stormes, Mrs. F. L. Austin, Mrs. Sale. J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; and Miss J. W. Hayden, Stanford; If you need livery give ui a call. Nothing out A. n. Price, Miss Julia u The I'ckln Ducks are the most popular and turnouti will leave our stable. Seo S. H. Haughnian.i Lincoln; Emma Hood. oi all ducks, Tlioy are a while or a our profitable fT rates. In J.S. llocker, Stanford; creamy white color, with orange legs and yellow Mr. and MrB. Joe Nevius, of StanW. A.Trlbble, Stanford; bills. Their main points are: mammoth sir 1, BLACKSMITH SHOP. ford, were visitors last week of Mies Nell large number f eggs laid, aro beautiful feathers, M. D. Elmore, Stanford; very hardy ana easy to raise. 10 oue knowirg work and aatisfactor Dillon. Mies Mtude Robinson is the at' T. P. Hill, Stanford, Will guarantee the Pekia duck, it seems sfauge that so many Seeds, Field Seeds, &c. d'ic&s Tiy our hor ihoer. small, common ducks are raised. It is a mistaken K. L. Tanner, McKlaney; tractive guest of Miss Florence Jenkins, tdsa thst ducks must have access' to a pond or a M.J. Miller, Mt. Varnoa.Ky of Danville. Mies Sallio Tillett la visitaticam. They need no water except to drink, tho' J. 0. llocker, President; I can will take all Timn'O Iforcashorln ttHe hides leatherget ing friends in Covington, Lexington and they enjoy an occasional wash. We have a fine, on aCelor rlllJ-uOJ no. J. McRoberts, Cashier; large flock to furnish stock or eggs fiom. Eggs or at my ojrt d.ys at Stanlord Tanner. home in Olten- - Danville. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice are lor sale by JULIUS NKGRO, Btanforu. .McKinney, Asit. CaiMir. Chas. Ennslin, 'm. R Semi-Week- ly interiorJourm LANCASTER. CARRARD COUNTY. hand-.som- G en -- ., 1 .oe-- ...1-4- R " Chattanooga. Miss Maggie TomliiiBon No. 2 s will visit relatives in Danvillothta week. in this, the Kljhth IsncamlliUte lor District, subject to th act on ol the Democratic Miss Ethel BearJey, one of Stanford's Bro. Walton: I'lcase hold the yarty. most popular young ladies, will arrive y and be entertained by Mieses cars while I tell what Cooke's SShuW JOE W ATE milw',r. Irom Mtsnfttrd, at is. Well, it is not a mys- on HauKlng Fork, RS Lizzie and Mattto Thompson. Mrs. W. fur ONE DOLLAR. Money due hn C. Price and son, Will, were guests of terious compound of which the rendeicd II, A. Pleasants, Stanford,sotvlces .are Ky. MrB. Susau Price laat wook. Miss Mary component parts arc gathered in Burnside visited friends in Richmond some far off, unheard of land; neilast week. Dr. Robert Yantis, of Flem ther is it some late. SCIENTIFIC DIS ingsburg, is here tho unest of his father, COVERY, made by unknown proThe stockholder of U lUnvill V Crab OrchMr. Harvey Ynntls. Mr. and Mrs. G. S fessors. ard Pike are re!Ksled t mi at Ike First .Villon April al link In St (in ford on 9 ' Gaines visited relatives iu Stanlord Frl the Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a reme- yearpurpose of ulMtlBK diretKs far the xsMuing JACK BOs.KY, day. Mrs. Mattio P. Frisbio left Friday dy whose component parts are natd l'reldeat for n visit to Danville rolativt-HMies tive roots and herbs, growing in Betsy Hare, of Jetsamiuc, 'is with her the hills and valleys ol Kentucky, Bister, Mrd. Wm. McUlellaud Johnston. which are gathered .it their prop-eMies Julia R'dd left Friday for a visit to seasons by responsible hands. her cousin, Mies Lucy Ford, of Lexing- After cleansing, sorting and cull- - As administrator of the estate nf M" AnneGaa-tineaI will s!l at p! U auction at her late res ton. idencc, iU miles tr.H. linil!e, on the Dantille .V Ccng-esSar-saparilto-dala at home from a trip to Nasbvillo and Confidential Letter J. S. OWSLEY, JR A. S. PRICE, Slmiford, Ky (mm NSS2 TIKNPIKK ELECTION. I A TO THS 2iA.DIISS Ktnhre-ider- y , . rHE HOUSE s PublicSaie and Renting u, Thursday, April t- j n -o tir-oU- 1 1 1 - 1 I Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange Acres of j to-da- y A-- 1 ' Land, btgl -- far-i- t gtK-ne- A-- 1 POWDER DB, B. PUDTTT. Pure I j j Tlic -- of Stanlord, Stanlord, Post-Olf- ic Dress Making, XM GEO. B. COOPER, bua-irm- (Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House BAIXE DRYE, Livery and Eeetl Stable, Training: and Sale Stable s ss SHAW, A. E. GIBBONS, HLUF-GHA- SS Catri-aeso- 1 MONEY To LOAN I e three-year-ol- d "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." H3SD KOGS. Coal, Coal, Coal. patrons,;-solicite- T. STJTT02T, B. Nurseries. pe-pl- Lin-Fu- R. II. Ortl-ard- jgSI&i , 1 F. A.'Y'EKiS, Brlcklaver First-Class Stonecutter Farmers BanMTrnst -espe-rienc- fjix'fXsi'5i Stanford, F. G. BRADY, n S! w. s. btjhch:, at Stanford, Kentucky. gen-er- al W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. . M. V7. JOEITSOIT, t BARKER HOUSE, cos-nilW- Jl Somerset, Kentucky. Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons. S. OAR.PSITTEE1, o Hy-mo- n'a Car-Loa- FIRST B' K WAIRBiN". ............. 23,700 Stock. $100,000 .Northern wo-m"- m Ira Potatoes. s, Painting and Papering. i.S.&J.W.Baughman, UVSRY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, ss R-)i- first-cla- Early Rose, Burbank, Peerless, Early Ohio. HIGGINS & McKINNET. LOWEST PRICES. ,.. fortrausactinj-businessprom- pt Ada-ciane- s, first-clas- s .