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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896040301 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. -- o HUSTONYILLE. IjhcI rHr-Bhing Weekly Interior Journ STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1896. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Har-rodsbur- g. X .lL-iLr- .e VOL. XXV. NO. 10 week. Mrs Gcv. Bradley and dnughtor, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. John Shanks was sent to the work Mins Orlstino.arp Rueats of Lancaster rel- -' our shado Tho city dads Iihvm On account of unrequited love a trees nicely trlminad and when Spring house nt Lincaster for 100 days fir steal- ativesand friends. Mhs Kngonia Bush young man nt Woodbury, N. J killed a in at homo from Beaumont College, time cornea, gentle Annh', wo will be l" ing 0110 dozn lend pencils. widow and then himself. 1 1 1 1 1 'J. O. Muhlatin, of Chicago, Mnrnagu liuerico wan issued tills ehd. it in the matter ol Robert Itupard committed suicide Darn-abnotice that weok to 8. W. Un(ro to wed Mies Sftllio was hero Wednesday. Prof. E. F. tm. .MnsonawiH in Madison county by hanging becaueo has returned from a short visit to1 hero Iihh Robinson, both of this county. his Bweethenrt had jilted him. tll llleetlllg plrtOM ut tue Io.U-Mre. Josephino K. Henry, of Ver his parents at Lexington. MrB. MarRarot It is estimated that tho weddit.g of been changed from Saturday night to sailles, will lecture Friday evening, Aprif Gill left Wedneaday to visit Mrs. Dr.l the Princess Maud of Wales, and Prince Friday nitsltt on or before full moon. Wm. Biirnsldo at Barbourville. Miss -- Mr. Ransom, the saw mill man, who "t". on "American Citizenship." Charles of Denmark, will cost about Tho pupils under charge of Mrs. B. Lena Archer, of Danville, is the guest of' J5,000,000 accident when his met with a serious Miss Kifon 0vflloy Mis! Ida May Grant Tho Lebanon, South Dakota, Indehorse ran'away with lilm recently, is re S Gowen are nuking preparations to is visiting Dr. S. P. Grant and family nt! pendent, telis of tho marriage at that potted as recovering nicely from wounds give a recital about tho middle of this DanviJIe. W. II. Kinnaird is reported place of Mr. A. B. McKinney, formerly month. For you as well as for us. Therefore Extmine into our Stock of recolvud on that occasion. quito sick. -- Mr.T. 11. Walker uxuhaugsd his vmy far behinilln of this county, to Mrs. E. D. Smith, a -- Our farmer) arc A telegram was received here this stable with Judge. Win. Walkur for handsome widow. their Spring work, nit finding suitable up Ui water 0',ko,1 a farm on Richmond Htraet. Tue sale or (Thursday) morning announcing tho After an acquaintance of an hour time to break death of Dr. Robert Kinnaird Burnside and xchaiige amounts to 1 U.000. but a few moment's courtship, ground. An inuruuawl acreeg l toreCol Jack Chum, of Fnukfort fame, at Barhourviljo Wednesday night, from James G. Garland, agwd 70 years, marriwill be planted here this seacou Will ro wounds received in n didiculty last Sated Mrs Amantha Chafln, a young widRout hai ronted ground from .Mr. Yow. passed through hero Wednesday to by his luck with both tho giiHft of the Walker Wio-- , ol Upper urday night at that place with a young ow of 25 yesrs, at Inez. ell and expects to try man named Thomas Sawyers. Dr. Burn-Bid- e Garrard, nnd enjoy a fox hunt. Mrs. Lucinda Tucker, of Ottawa tobacco ami hoinp. was only about 20 years old and At tlio republican convention MonLlanglng Fork has buen on a tear county, Kan., tied her husband in the Before making your Purchases. Our Prices are Always the Lowest; grow to manhood in this town. His l our Quality Always The Best. barn Hnd gave him a severe cowhiding and our farmers are inoiunui thf n ol thly Gen. Collier waa nude chairman aud it'b an ill l'rof H W. Fletcher, of color, secretary, death, coming in such n tragic manner because ho tarried too long with Gam many panels of fence. Ilm wero appointed to tho and so unexpectedly, Is quite a shock to brlnus and dropped to much money in wind that blows no one good and our and 2U deleg-itetthis community. Ho is related to a Nicholas vi lie convention. especially has tnken jackpots. colored brother Dr. W. S. lleszley, onoof Lancaster's grent many people of this county, being I) O. Taylor and Mra. Henrietta of tho rise to anake from tho do vantage n grandson of Mr. Win. H. Kinnaird, vourlng floods sundry rails, planks and moat popular ami allablo young profesThompson, both of Paris, wero marriid Are Unequalled as to Styles. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money sional men, will soon ongngo'tho sorviceu cashier of the National Bjnk here. His iu Cincinnati. It is the lady's third vensaw log! for firewood. Refunded. Kidd's Store, loM of Dr. Win. M. Myers, of Cincinnati, to father, Dr. Win. lluriisid, wa a drug- ture aud she has a girl by each of her James Wright, of get hero for some 10 or 15 years and his husbands. Even with these incumber-anc5,000 shingles and a number of saw logs assist him in hisdeuUl allies. Tho w heat crop is reported rather mother was a Miss Lizzie Kinnaird. alio got a man 10 years her junior, by the sudden rlso In Carpenter's dreek, ho being unable to resist her many due to tho Into rains. At the same time IndiU'orent in this section. It is thought MT- - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. charms which age had not withered nor a small branch near Kldd's, running to bo duo to tho fict that most of it was A party of young people returned custom had J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky about 200 yards beUeen two hills ami so sown Ihto hiuI tho beginning of thoeea-sonot staled. dry, but the recent abundant from a visit to Mies Mollio Baker, of never been dignified whhso Last August, Maurice Faddis, IS, of little that it has with a name, got on a high and swept raiim will be of great bunollt to tho crop. Langford, Monday. Jessamine, ran off with Miss Annie Tate, The Normal class at the institute of Lexington, and on her swearing that . Fred Kmurson Brooks, the groat Oal away a bridge on tbo pike, taking nlso tho abutments. This bridge was iforui poet, will bo hero this evening increases In numbers and interest. Tho alio was of age, married her. The old u school is prospering. nd give an entertainment at tho about Vi feet nbovu water, ordinariman over took them before they got Mis. Cleo Brown has returned from home, however, and look tho girl away under the auspices of tho Ladles' good deal of good Lincoln ly. There is a county laud on the way to tkoUulfof Aid Society. General admission 'J6 cents. Louisville. Dr. James Rsdd, of Mon- from her newly made husband. Then ho Lincoln county people are cordially in tana, visited friends hero recently. Mexico. made her procure a divorce from him. A delightful musical will begin in lTnele George Towoll had .1 narrow vited. Tho other day tho couple got together into Another Liueaslor colored person is the cliapol of tho institute in the near again nnd succeeded in marrying again, eecapii from drowning as ho came wnen nn iuu-e- d in the swim Ben Koo, a worthy and re- future. Proceeds to help pay for church this time let us hope for good. tow n Tuesday alternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Tneodore Moren wero tho creek on the Urudfordsvillo pik. spectable colored until has been given a organ. Bo sure to keep it in mind and by position as messenger hy tho governor. attend. at tho Myers Housa yesterday, where IUh buggy ws swept down stream I'ho marriage ol Misa Snsin Taylor they took there first dinner together bb thHBtronnPurn.nl and tho top caught Hulelt I'liemlay for Frankfort to begin and Mr. Will McPherron wanaolemnizad husband and wife. Their marriage ocAllen's his tint its. against tbo water Rap near James This evening a number of Lmcaster at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomis curred at 10 o'clock that morning, tho barn and was torn and Ibated gaily down was driving a socioty people will bo in attendance at Taylor Inst TJiura lay. Miss Biddy Dnlan knot being lied by Rev. T. H. Campbell, stientn. Tnclo Georue powerful mare, however, nnd aho breast-o- il tho lecture of Max O'Kall in Danville: and Mr. A. Sturvesant wero the attend- after which they drovo to thiB place to ants. take the train for tho groom's home at tho current and brought him safely Dr. H. M. Grant and sinter, Mits Ida Tho death of Mrs. Maggie A. Shu- London, when thoy will go soon to baccy top My, Will Cook nnd sister, Misi Maria, land on this side, but his to The bride, who was Mrs. wenlondown ttrmm and is doubtless J. F. Kihinson and Miss Maud Uobin-so- mate, nlthough expected for some time, cast a gloom over tho community in Oscar Sweeney, ia a very hnndsomo and W. T. Noel aud others. going yet. which lived. Her girlhood days were stylish lady and although she has now Carpets, Window Curtains, Polls, and a General Supply of almost Married, in tnis county, Wednesday, Dr. Bolion hasnddwl himself to the npeut in Mt. Vernon, where her nmiablo any thing you can think of, and all at been married three times looks as young long list of farmers in thiB vicinity who near Taint Lice, at tho homo of the nursery bride, Mr. Robert Arnold, of Madison, disposition won for her many warm and fresh as a maiden of 20. Mr. Moren have be..n swindled by distant friends who grieve sincerely over her is a popular young man aud seemed to men. Ho baa an orchard of 'JS npplo and Mies Fannin Cochran, one of Gar- early departure from her earthly labors. bo delighted that ho had on such a for eight year-hii- iI rard's handsomest women. The nowly tries that bo hatt nursud A Borrowing husband and three beautipriz9. We trust that they will bo very has found out after his loss of time wedded pair left on a bridal tour for ful daughters are left in tho broken homo happy. and expense that only one tree hears Lexington, where they will bo the guests Call in to see me when you are in town. circle. apples Jit to eat. This points the moral of relatives. Mr. Wm. Fields, a smiling merchant WIL1AMSBUHC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Tho A. F. F. Club mot with Miss of an oft told tale. When wo have such nurserymen as Lizzie Thompson Wednesday evening. and lumber dealer, of Livingston, wa9 in reputable and proficient Rev. A. Curtis, of Lexington, preachtown shaking hands with old friends this tho Keam Co. In our midst one almcst At tho last meeting with Misa Lily Dale ed at the Christian church last Sunday week. Mr. F. L. Thompson, ono of tho desorvestobo Bwlndlod who prefers to Grant n new feature that was added was best salesmen iu the mountains, is now night. Hustonville, Ky. In the compepay a Northern confidence- man a double an "Art Curio Contest." The measles have been almost an The Charles Wheeler Emporium, assisting Davis & King in handling their tition the first przs was awarded to Miss priru for worthless trees. epidemic here,,but they are of a mild s rapidly increasing trade. Messrs. Tho sick: Mrs. McCarty, mother ol Lizzie Thompson and tho "booby prize" Kennedy and Leonard Bethuruin form in most cases. 1). McCarto Karnest Brown. Mrs. Charles Wheeler aud G. daughter of Mr, The havo returned from a pleasant trip to Salem, Is very III at the resiUev. C. II. Greer, who graduated Willtu rtiuttn r ty, of Ml. K. D. Perkins dhid Monday of measles rlitrliiii rliut trnnt loaf dence of Mr. Ohas. Wheeler in this place. from Kentucky Wrsleyan Col ege a few Saturday to attend tho lecture of Gen. aud pneumonia, after nn illness of only a recovery. years ago and,J who waa pastor of the Doubt is entertained of her few daya. Gordon Both KUlor W. L. WllllaniB aud his wife Methodist church hero for a number of Next Monday will bo tho day for the -- Mr. J. W. Neibitt It in Louisville on have had a relapse since our lust letter, years, has recently resigned chargo bu8inehs. Dr. Peunington at tho Miller republicans to hold their convention to is but uro no- rapidly improving Mr. of his churches at Jackson and Beatty House. Mr. R. G. Williams is away on send delegates to the State convention. sexton at tho cemetery, is villo on account of his health aud has Tomlinson, legal business. .Misses May Miller and Tho prospects are an instructed delegar. 50 Cts. very low with dropsv. Juno Hocker is been transferred to Fort White, Fla. Silhe Adams havo returned (rem a trip tion for McKinlev. recovered walking around, having about A telegram waa received by Klder to Lexington. Wednesday, the river is Mrs. W. A. B. Davis is from his recent illness. Mrs. Wes Hock- George Gowen Tuesday, calling him to still (juito ill. Tho ladies' aid society mot highir than it has been for 10 veara and er is improving. James Frye's little tho uedside of his mother nt Fayettovillo with the president, Mrs. G. W. McOlnro, is rising slowly. The saw mills have daughter, Bessie, has been very sick Tunn, As Mis. Gowen is advanced in A Cork With Every Line. several thousand logs and thoy are this week. Mr.S. H. Martin was in town with catarrhal fever, but is now conva- years, grave apprehensions are felt that Saturdaj. Tno lateBt arrival at Mr. Jas. safe unleea tho river rises three feetmoro lescent. James l. Gaode is still sick her loug and useful life will noon bo nt I. White's is a son named McDonald. whan it will pass the danger line. with a chronic case of neuralgia. nn end. Mr. Gowen has tie deepest Gen. John B. Gordon delivered tho Tho severe hail storm of Sunday A hail Btorm occurred hero Sunday sympathy of his friends in his anxiety dnmolished hundreds of window panes last lecture of tho course hero laBt Saturabout noon, which paralyzed tbo oldest aud grief. hero but did no other damage. In other day night on his famous subject,, "The Tho Exchange, next to Higginboth-Bin'Inhabitant, for nothing like it ever happuts of the county, however, tho people Lnat Daya of tho Coufoderacy." The -)is continued every Saturday eve- sustained severe torses. Many lost cattle e wmb crowded aud ovoryone pened in this'section before. Tho lmil Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. as ning by tho ladies of tho Methodist atones In somo instances were as large aud other stock, fences were washed went away praising the masterly address. averaged church. They also havo a fancy bazinr a email hen's eggs, while thoy away and land badly damaged by the Tho committee cleared a little money partrldRo'a eggs in size. So copious connected with thia enterprise. The waters. Ono house ilouted off on Crooked again this year and will begin at once to a d tho now church hayo been Creek wo learn, but tho occupants escap secure speakers for next year. was tho precapltation thnt somo Rather-o- windows ground nd had ico selected by the Methodist ladies at a cost Our'little neighbor, Jellico, baa had tho ball rom tho od to higher ground. This should teach hllow-o- d of ISO. Thoy nro pronounced J beautiful a lesson, do not build too near a crook. some more dark crimes added to her cream for dinner. Tho rain that HUSTON YIEX13, KY. Hooded tho ground In all directions nnd ornamental. Wo woro sorry to notico that ono of history. On last Saurday evening Dave Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is Robert Ham, ono of tho eight prisand tho torrent poured down tho gutter was misconstrued last week. Wallace ehot and seriously wounded two now complete and right up to date in style, quility and prices. They street, torn oners confined in tho Lancaster jail, di- our items on tho west sldo of Danvlllo Wo did not allude to tho express agout voting uibu, It Una and Vickers, and on are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. up tho plank walk at' Kills' corner nnd vulges tho secret that an attempt wna but the agent of tho L. & N. and we Sunday, Deb Raina, the father of the one Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and Chilexperi-ncomade Monday night to escape from Im- again assert that if said agent refuses to that waa shot, got into a difficulty over Millard Allen had tho peculiar seeing a Hood of water rushing prisonment. They had removed tho iron handle these jugs the niitiagemont will the previoua shooting with an Italian dren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods and sheeting from tho floor aud drilled a holo and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact into his stable, both from tho front stand hy him. Thia informxtion cme miner, who shot and instantly killed him. in tho stono beneath. Tho principal onea from nn oilicial of the L. & N. and ono Nothing more can be expected when every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. In Gents' rC g Sarah Curtis, who has been Miss nro thought to bo Shelby Nuun, under high in authority bo there could bo no there are more Baloona in a town than Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. at Mr. West Hocker'a, baa returned seutence (or 121 years; Leo Floyd, colored, mistake as to the policy of the railroad in other business houaea nnd more whisky SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather has Miss Lucretia Skinner, under life sentence for murder, and Doc Stanford. put together. declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. to the .natter. This ia a local option county sold than everything else I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell CARPETS. niece of.Mr.Davo Sknlnner, has been Stovons, sentenced (or 10 years for horso and it seems but right that tho wiahea of Tho parties wero hold over to await the visiting friends and relatives In this atealing. action of tho grand jury by the examin- them very cheap. the people should be respected. She wbb entertained last FriMr. J. O. Thompson's store, which Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. A supposed murder was reported ing court. day night at Mrs. Arch Fryo's, of whom draws so many visitors by ita Humorous near Pine Hill last week, saveral arresta price before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. acTho governor of Ohio respited a wife attractions, presents a more pleasing asshots a cousin. Misa Skinner is an accan of Preserved Peaches for 10c. A young lady and pect than over. One of the windows is woro made, but all the partiea were murderer for a peculiar reason. All tho complished and aflablo S. D. Yowell, Salesman, quitted at tho trial, which occurred thia very popular with her relatives and tastily adorned with Eister decorations week. Mr. Ploaa Sears was the man who members of the Legislature wanted mwr .uu by tho artistic designing of his accompasses to the performance and as the enfriondB here. Mrs. unaries came to his death ao mysteriously, as he Logan woro in Cincinnati plished young daughter, Miss Mattie. closure would not hold them all, he MlBS.Mach novelties Tho Kistor egga are made into dainty and several companions were passing thought it best to keep dowu bard feellast weekexamiulug tho latest through a tunnel. Two of hia grown Ballo John figures representing Brer. Rabbitt.Hump-t- daughters were in the party but wero ings in admitting only a few, so he in Spring millinery. Mra. guest 0! Mrs. tho execution till after the body Dumpty on the Wall, a number of eon, of Lexington, is the front of him. Witnesses J. 0. Brooks visited Brownies, an Indian chief and two gnme several rods iu will have adjourned. Charles Wheeler. etated that he broke hia neck while trySince adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Pkices especially to chickena. Newburger, Frankol & Co., assigned our town recently, but not somersaults Mr. Seara waa ing to turn Judge Cara-nl- U W. J. Kinnaird ia at home on a visit an old, gray haired man, but nt times too with liabilities of fGO.000 and assetB of on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Ktvo our merchants a call. with rheumaI carry a 550,000 and Levi, Newburger it Co., Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. haB been quite sick to his parents. Mrs. Abner G. Daniel, lond of the intoxicating cup. with liabilities of about $100,000 and of Lexington, ia vising Mrs. Theodore Lumber Yard, (and by full btock of every thing found, in a first-clas-s tism. --estimated at 1125,000, failed at LouisCol. Joseph P. Nuckols, ex adjutant selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have McLaughlin & Pholps, Ourry. Mr. W. A. Beazley and daughKing & Co , Kentucky, died at Glasgow. ville. Both firms, wholesale notiona, ter, Misa Mattio, of Crab Orchard, have general of Judge ever been oflered'here. V Brown, Tom Booker and been guests of Dr. W. S, Beazley. Her- Ho served gallantly in the Confederate hope to reame. Milll'kra's law ofllco and Webb'a photodrowned in a swolFive people were of colonel of Frankfort, loaa bert Price, of Danville, waa a visitor at army and rose to the rank graph gallery burned ut len stream In Russell county, Ya. his grandmother's, Mrs. Suaan Price, thia tbo 4th Kentucky Infantry. 130,000, ball Insured. plie tvS77 in j IK ISC IS 53. S22 tfc "0L8L CSL T liv-n- ry i Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing i OUR FURHWnG GOODS es n court-Iiuup- Smith & Stoughton's M en's Shoes. n, housa-keopin- Drew, Selby & Co.'s Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. g. Rock Bottom Prices CHARLES WHEELER, I Hig-gin- two-year-o- ld cash Craig & Hoeker, druggists - pa Joint Poles at 25 to 75 Cts. TO REELS, To-da- ed Q HOOKS OF EVERY KIND. 3 5 x i 1 Hunting and Fishing Coats at 25 Only $1.90. &, :: s, court-hous- !CRAIG HOCKER,i-(- fr JTAMI FETE. o! vis-Rin- com-inanit- 3-l- b y poat-pon- od Reduction In Prices ! ea-set- a j A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. w!AliJ A K- . INTERIORJOUKNE Stanford, Kr., April 3, 189(5 W. P. WALTON. SIX PS6ES- Tiik Louisville Test's compllraentB of Col. W. G. Welch are fully deserved and W. 0. Bradley ia a lucky man. Ho very often seta into trouble, but manages always to get out and on top like a TliomHS cat. He was convicted the other day of haying counterfeit money in lis possession nnd sentenced to tbe "pen," but his good luck stayed with him and Wednesday President Cleveland granted him n full pardon. Tho W. 0 Bradley to horn we refer Uvea in Alabama and iB doubtless no relation to his Kentucky namesake. vori-Ubl- o Fisn Ftory. Marshal 0 J. Nowland Aram came in with n rain but yesterday was clear, cold and windy. "Fair and Chorllo Carson caught 10 nuwlights and Friday, warmor in the aftor- - in about aa many minutes at Barrow's pond the other day. Tho largest weighnoon," the dispatch Raid. ed 2 pounds. For jumping on h moving train Will R. M. NswiiAND got n lettor from W. Wood waa fined SI. Joo Hocker, also colored, waived his examining trial for L. McOarty, at Kingsvillo yesterday tellstealing coal from the L. & N. and was ing him to como over and get a gold let out on his own recogalzanco till cir- watch he had won in a guessing contest. cuit court. There woro 11,333 beans in a jar and Mr. Nowland guessed 3,350. Mr. T. M. Whito Undbii to-nig- ht m Louisville Store. Spring Clothing'. Wash Goods. Ready made or made to order. Mens' Suits, most recent styles, designs and materials, $3 t0 Boys' Long Pants Suits, 520. the .kind that combines superior style, neatness, fit and high grade, at $2.50 to Sio. Hoys' Knee Pants Suits, sizes 4 to 15, comprising all the latest novelties, at 75c to $6. Good lined jeans pants for 75c. Knee Pants 25c to $ 1.50 sizes 4 to 14. ; Watkr. bihly appreciated by hia frieude, but its eflbrta to get him to run for Congress will provo abortive. Ho has expressed him- -' self time and again that ho will not and for that reason the Post's article does inJun Sam Owsley, ; ; it i w. ft. & ' I I 17 f.I3T f w a E m M lK tice to Lincoln county's candidate, John Jr , who wul not onlv have the almost united strength of every faction of democracy in this county, but the neighboring counties aa well. The statement that tho leaders are not enthusiastic in his support is gratuitous and unAnd shirt waist goods. Our stock true. On the contrary, the leaders, especially of this section, are very decidedof Dress Goods, Silk, &c, is comfor him. Seven of tbe 11 county ly plete now. We have the largest Evening. Those who A Tattler chairmen favor bis candidacy and no and cheapest line of Men's, Hoys', mifs?d the entertainment glvon by Mirs young man ever went into a race with Ladies' and Misses' Miller and Mrs. Rita Rev Elvira Sydnor brighter prospects. His bold stand on Wc have just received 50 dozen onaugh Wolfe, at Walton'B Opera House, tbe currency question has made him Tuesday evening, and wo regret to say shirts which we will sell at 49 cts more solid with those who believo in that many did, who, wo supposed, would .Some of them regular 75c and Si maintaining sound money, while the havo been present, lout a real gem from goods. free silver democrats here admire his Great Values in Negligee All latest styles and shapes in life's setting, such as few can afford to candor and will support him. The Post also. POUTICAL POINTERS. Percales, Mack and Tan. lose of tho few that make our pathway Shirts and Laundered will understand that it can not say any The case of Thomas McRoberts vb. brighter and better. We all knew from with collars and cuffs attached or good thing of Col. Welch that we would Charles M. Randall, of London, has of Danville, waa her writings in the Times that Miss Milnot endorse and applaud, but it is not been given a good position by Auditor Col. R. J. Breckinridge, detached, this week at only 49c. beard yesterday in a special term of the ler is a brilliant and brainy woman, but necessary to do so at the expense of Mr. Stono. by Judge Rantley. Col. wero hardly piupared to see that she ap T T"TW"T"'T Tl Owsley, or any other candidate for that Editor A. R. Dyche, of tho London circuit court held . Uur otock ol uoods belorc you lwxxdx. yy Welch represented tho defendont and pears to oven better advantago on the matter. Echo, announces himself a candidate for pwchascs. won in stage than she does ou tho tripod. A plaintiff, who A great variety ol Underwear makc Since the above was written, the Post republican elector for the Eleventh dis- Mr. 0. 0. Fox tbo for about $2,500. a judgment rich brunette,with diamond like eyes and at 50c to $6 per 5uit. New goods arriving daily. 6 has published an interview with Col. trict. poarly teeth, a smilo which spreads alBradley did not reappoint the along with a picture of him, in Welch, Gov. Lincoln county does not pay on any Tbe board great shaken of assessment, but hers is a most into a laughter over her handsome which he responds thus unequivocally to State board of equalization. tbe question, "Ia there any probability was appointed by Gov. Brown for a term million and a quarter more than the face and a queenly form arrayed in becom ing, full QToning dress, ebo strikes tbe of your becoming a candidate for Con- lasting until next November. trreiithla ponntv of Pulaski, a million A Complete and Elegant .Stock of audience with delight, which ripples over Crisp" and Secretary of gress:" "Under existing conditions not more than Garrard, five times bs much as tho slightest. John Sam Owsley is good the Interior Smith opened their series of Rockcastle, three times aa much as Laur- in merriment when in tbe aweotest of modulated tones, she telle some of her enough for me- He is my friend and joint debates on the financial question el and 3J times as much Caney. own amusing experiences aa "Tho Wofollow townsman, and has been an an- at Augusta, Ga., Tuesday night. Thbhk will be four graduates in Prof. man Reporter" orrecitea somebody else's nounced and active candidate for some Tbe talk about Jack Ohinn runnintr Come in and Look at Our 10c Matting. A Grcat.Hargain. timo. He is besides a fine fellow person- for Senator in his district ia all bosh. Tbe W. D. TardifTs school this this year, tho humorous production. In illustrating ally, and his views and my own on tho next is Anderson's time to name a man commencement of which will be at Wal- tho difference between fast and frisky in ton's Opera House, Friday night, May 1 her "Woman Reporter," Bho tells this uppermost public questions coincide and she'll hardly go to Mercer for him. when a most interesting program will he story of Miss Mattio Quids, in her day exactly. I sincerely hope he may win, A number of Clark county republiand know of no reason why he shouldn't, cans have appealed to Gov. Bradley to rendered. Prof. Tardiff has done much tho most noted of Richmond, Vu , beauSTAIT-TOKI- D. ties. Sho had formed tho acquaintance nor why I should now put in my oar." come off of the presidential track in the hero to elevate and educate hia race. of a very gallant Southern general, while interest of harmony, especially in the Tbainb Dblaybd. By the washing out at White Sulphur Springe, who mistakThe Cincinnati papers, having worked 10th district. ' A: URUANSKY & CO., Proprietors, of a trestle 60 feet high, at Wasioto, on ing her lively manners for forwardness the Pearl Bryan murder case for nil it Congressman Colson told the C.-trains were delayed attempted one night, on the way from T. D. RANEY, Manager. was worth and until interest has ceased correspondent at Washington tnat as a the 0. F. Branch, all 12 to 15 hours on this division. No. 25 in it, are now publishing columns of cottage, not only to enthe hotel to Branch Stores; Kentncklan, be was for Bradley, bat remarkable cures by one"Shrader, that McKinley would be nominated on due here at 12:37 i. m. Wednesday, ar- circle her beautiful waiat with his manly Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, rived here yesterday morning at a little arm, bnt to print a kisa upon her temptthe Divine Healer," who it is claimed the first ballot. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , past 1. Tho trouble haa been remedied ing lips. Drawing her stately form back heals diseases, opens the eyea of the Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. Tbe State has accumulated enough blind, makes tbo dumb to speak and tho money to pay all tbo salaries due since and traffic resumed. with imperious gesture, she warned him dideaf to hear. Heretofore this administration came into power. Trees. Squire J. S. Murphy has had off and said, "General, you misunderBUY THE OLD RELIABLE, vine healers have only succeeded in cur- ro salaries due beioro January anu no two nice trees set ont on his corner, Main stand me, I may be frisky, but I am not ing hypochondriacs and people with im- legislative accounts are being paid. fast." Shortly afterwards the general superinand Lancaster, and said while aginary diseases, bnt this man is said to Chairman Charles R. Long haa sent tending the job, "You young fellows can attended a horse race in the old Domincare anything and any disease he tries to. ont letters calling tho democratic State set under the shade of these trees long ion and noticing that tbe prettiest and Credulous people crowd the streets for executive committee to meet in Louisafter I am dead and Bay Squire Mtirphy friskiest horse in the entry bore tbe blocks around the house in which he ville April 22 to fix a time and place for did one good thing at least in bis long name nf "Mattio Oulds," he backed her Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground holds forth and almost fight for the priv holding tbe State democratic convention. and eventful career." ' for first place to the extent of his pile. Right. ilege of touching his garment, all of She nude a bold start, but soon lagged Gov. Bradley made a speech before still those A. P. A. council No. 5, at Linton's Hall, On next Monday and Tuesday 8honks superfluously in the rear and waa diswhich is proof that there among us who do not believe that the advocating his candidacy for tho presi- will give a spring opening in merchant tanced., "I might havo known it," said days of miracles are past. Later. The dency and opoaing Mayor Todd for dele- tailoring, assisted by Mr. Jas. J. Miller, tho general, "Mattio said herself, that authorities havo driven Shrader out of gate to the national convention. Louishead cutter for the establishment wo Mies Oulds waa frisky, hut not fast." reprnspnt. An extensivo Btock of wool- "Kentucky Down to Date," written espo It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't town for working trick games. ville Times. suit you, displayed and daily for the occasion, was a general take Henderson and Union cuunty repub- ens in the piece will be don't keep it. The supreme court of the U. S. affirms you aro invited to see them whether you off of matters and things in the old Com the decision of the Kentucky court of licans instructed for Bradley. Marshall, wish to leave an order or not. monwealth and was replete with wit and inappeale, which hdd that tho L. & N. ia Rowan, Christian and Clark counties humor, which was greatly enjoyed and Bonds. Private proposes for $3,000, forbidden by tbo State constitution to structed for for McKinley. The Daviets county convention broke into two, one or in quantity to suit tho purchaser, liberally applauded. become the purchaser of tbo Chesapoake, Owing to a sudden and alarming a flecOhio and Southwestern as it is a parallel of which was counted for Bradley and of first mortunzo bonds of Stanford Wa tion of tho eyes, Mrs. Borthel could not line, which leaves that road in the con- for Franks for Congress, and tho other ter, Light & Ice Co., to run 10 years, with come, but Mrs. Wolfe, a charming vocalfor Sebreo for Con interest payable Jan. 1 and July 1, will trol of the Illinois Central. The decision for McKinley and ist, made everyone glad that she had fillgress. bo received to noon, Saturday, April 4th, is of vast importance to Louisville and ed her place. Sho is a lovely littlo wo Starter Chinn is said to ba getting 1890, Addr'6a G. L. Penny, Secretary Kentucky as it will continue a compeman, with a rich soprano voice of rare "Littlo Phil" Thompson's twin brother, and Treasurer, Stanford, Ky. ting line to the South. volume and sweetness, and her difficult John B , in position to run for Congress for aherifl," said selections were given most eatidactorilj "Yes I am a candidate Ubky Woodson manages to keep a lit- in the McCreary district as tho sound tle in tbe van of the newspaper proces money champion of the Blackburn free Sam Owens the other day in answer to and with tho greatest easei and absence sion. His paper, the Messenger, has al- silver cause. But if that is tho sort of our question "and tho man, who boata of effort. Mrs. J. E Portmau, of Stanways had more telegraph matter than horse that ia wanted, what's tho matter mo for tho nomination, will havo to get ford, who ia accommodating aa she in any in a city of the size of Owensboro with tho Hon. Foree, who is already up mighty early in tho morning and hus- musically gifted, played tbo accompaniand now be is going to take another big running upon his recoid for sound mon- tle till lato at night; but if ho should an J ments and although most of the pieces stride by putting in Morgantbalcr Lineo-type- s ey and his declaration that if he had the party should nominate another, I'll wero unfamiliar to her and she had but And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. to set up its mattor. There is noth- done wrong in voting 40 times for Free bo the first man to give my support," he little time to prepare, alio gave them with n correctness that again proved her ing mean or small about Woodson, ex- silver Jo be was ready, willin' and wait-i- added with true democratic ring. skill ai a pianist. Miss Wolfe gracefully to commit that wrong 40 times more! currency creed. cept his crude A Diai'ATCit appears in a Cincinnati pa- responded onco or twice to encores and Louisville Times. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. , per that at Kingsville "Sam Lonsford, a waa tho recipient ol many praises. who doesn't take Coauncbv The Garrard republicans adopted married man, aged about 32 years, shot Tho entire program was fully enjoymuch stock in the Ohio currency strad-dle- r, resolutions indorsing the administration Hugh Doylo. ed and there is a general hopo that says that "there is such a thing as a of Gov. Bradley, and especially his ac and killed his man running so fast that ho will be out tion in calling ont tbe militia, and in- Doyle waa a farm hand, unmarried and when these charming ladies visit us 25 years of age. Both men bore evil again, tho floods will havo ceased and peo of breath when the timo comes to jump." structing for him for president. J. W. and Doyle is said to be tbe third pie who go will not have to awim as on We hope it will prove true in McKinley'a Caperton and John W. Yerkes were inof this occasion. case, but unfortunately at this writing dorsed for district delegates, and W. J. man to meet death at tbo hands Wc have an Immense Line andarc rcaly ovei stocked in Diligent inquiry failed to subthe race looks like tho famous one in Wilmore for member of the State con CHURCH AFFAIRS. which Eclipse was first, the rest no- tral commltte for the Eighth district; stantiate the story. where. Rev. William Stechow, of Ottonheim, delegates were instructed to vote aa a Odu esteemed contemporary, the DanTob handwriting on the wall waa so unit on all questions before tho conven- ville Advocate, is so enterprising that it will preach at the Presbyterian church plain that he was not in it against Bob tion. Capt. Wm. Herndon offered a has its homo news, or some of it, sent to Sunday night. Elds. J. G. Livingston and D. G. And will dispose of them at greatly reduced prices lor the next two Taylor for tho gubernatorial nomination resolution that it waa the sense of tbe Cincinnati and telegraphed back by exmeeting that Gov. Bradley waa loyal to in Tennessee, that Controller Harris has Dr. Hunter during his struggle for Sen- press. This delays tho mattor some and Combs havo closed a meeting of two weeks. Some of these foods will be sold at hilf their former price, thrown up the sponge and given tbe ator, which was adopted unanimously. occasionally, aa was tho case Monday, weeks at Mt. Oarmel, Laurel county, Call if youwant Bargains that are sure enough Bargains. "fiddle and the bow" man a walkover. Among tbe delegates appointed were the item bad been published in its local which brought 20 souls to Christ. There have been 22 additions to the The lecture platform will lose a brilliant Gov. Bradley, Gon. D. R. Coilier, Capt. columns tbo issue before. Patents and and Wm. light when Bob Taylor gives it np to re- Wm. Herndon, L. L. Walter aro kicking boilerplates are frequently aa much of a Christian church as a result of Rev. Dor-rinegroes 0. Johnson. sume tho reigns of governmental Nash- because they Tbe ignored. preaching and the interest in tie snare to the perpetrators as it is usually a were ville. to those upon whom it ia perpe- meeting is on the increase. Danville doluBion Advocate. ADDITIONAL LOCAL, trated. It is thought to be worth the trouble Rbv. A. S. Moflett has been selected to telegraph that all the State officers are Eggs. R. 0. Brown Leghorn and Another stingy man. T. C. Ball finda to represent Missouri at the Pan Amerfor Bradley for president, but that is a Black Langsban eggs for sale, 75c for a BY a man that is even etingier than the ono ican Council, which meets at Ghpgow, matter of course. But for Bradley they settting of 15 eggs. Addrees Mrs. J. E. he told us of several issues ago. This Scotland, June 17, and ho and a largo party including Rev. I. S. McElrov will would not be where thoy are, as he is tho Carson & Son, Crab Orchard. one he Bays "would carrv in his door sail rem New York May 30. Moses that led bis party out of tho wildRev. F. M.Uill, pastor of tho Meth-odistep before a rain to save the wear and erness, and bread and batter, to say nothTniB is good Friday and Sunday will f) church at Lancaster, was hero of the drip. Ho would run a mostear be Easter, but from present appearances Wednesday, soliciting subscriptions for ing of gratitude, demand their loyalty. quito 20 miles to get 2 eta for its oil and tbo building of anew bouso of worship, but few new hats will blossom forth. It's would ride in the rear coach of a Cuixom, of Illinois, who most too early yet tho old ono having given away on him. Sbnatob for Spring headgear. train to save into reBt on tho faro Tho congregation there is small and poor prides himself on tbe fact that ho looks Tub Graphophone ia Edison'a latest until tho conductor came around. He and Mr. nill says has contributed to its like Lincoln, and who htped that resemAnd Funeral Director. would boost him into the presi- improvement on the phonograph and it lied aatintr eccs when the price went full ability. blance carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Butnrv Robe dency, has seen bis fondest hopes decay. is a very decided one. Hear tbe concert down to five cents a dozen, rather than H Baahman 8oId to wn)am Also ' Every county in his Congressional disHorse Blankets, Whips, &c. afternoon nnd nvnntnn ami sell them and subscribe for the iNTamon J Bradley, of Fayette, a gelding by trict has ignored him and instructed for I Court-Hous- e of a better market." cregan, for $150 Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite which told you will be struck with wonder. McKinley. n ht m writes from Corbln to Mr. W. W. WithTlUT Wfta a funny re80ution Capt. ers that water a foot or moro deep covHerndon had paesed by tho Garrard ered that place Tuesday and Wednesday convention. How tbe devil do the ro and that boats were nied in Bevoral parts pubHcans of Garrard know that Gov. of the town. Bradley was loval to Hunter and what Sot, On.ua was fined 15 and costs in good could such a resolution do anyway? Tho radB of Garrard miy howl them- Judge Carson's court Wednesday for selves hoarse nnd resolute till Gabriel slapping Joe Uayden, aleo colored. Hay-doblows bis horn, but Dr. Hunter would and Craig'a son had bad a difficulty not bo convinced that Bradley didn't in which tho latter cune out second best knife him, though ono rose from tho nnd Sol took it up. . dead. Lkt. The directors of the Stanford Tob court of appeals baa again revers- Water, Light and Ico Co. found on exami. ed itself. In a similar case to the World's nation yesterday that J. W. Lvttlo, of Fair bill decision, and it holds against Danville, was tho lowest bidder for buildthe right of any court to question or to ing the reservoir and ho will.be Bsked to sign contract. It will cost about f 3,000. go behind an enrolled bill in investigating tho validity of a law. The KenA rare opportunity will be offered the tucky court of appeals, as at present country people at Walton's Opera House constituted, is not a judicial tribunal afternoon, 4th, to heur the wonto which tbo people can point Saturday derful graphophone concert, at a very with pride; on the contrary, quite the relow price. Come In and bring tho chilverse. dren. There will be a concort at nfgbt Tiir meeting of tho Lincoln County Medical Socloty will bo changed from May 5th to Tuesday, April 2Sth, on account of tho meeting of tbo American Medical Association, which convenes in O'Bannon, Secy. Atlanta. W. 11 Pythias lodge of Lancaster now numbers 125 in membership and Is growing rapidly. Then will ho in tbo first and secwork there aomo of our members ond degrees and contemplate going over. "It is an indisputable fact." remarked a Lancaster man, "that through tho inlluence of the K. P lodges Lincoln and Garrard havo been drawn exceedingly close together." The Kniihts of A great variety of new wash goods which arc deserving of the closest inspection. Neat patterns, brinht colors and excellent fabric. Now is your time to buy Easter Sec our line of Dresses. Shirt Waists 50 Dozen Shirts. Shoes. Call and See -.-, J 1 C?cl 1 yur ! m tor Ex-Spea- - Carpets and Mattings. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, srz,, m J. ed br ed The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Respect. a-- We Guarantee this Plow in Every W. H. WEAREN & CO. Spring Suits! H. J. McROBERTS. Beautiful Patterns, Latest Stvles. OVERSTOCKED ! n' Dki-ew- step-broth- er, s, Lons-ford- ." Harness : and : Saddlery, FARRIS & HARDIN. s' UNDERTAKING st Or, C. VTCSJkXLTT, pas-aong- er Practical Trimmer, Embalmer a Con-Jodr- nal .j-- - i3Wi J'fl WTVn't " i- ( J V" 5 T'W1 ( rTKT 'irrr- - T "" J" T" 7a" f-r- r iT" "WTr Y M i SUCCESS WITH SWINE. In the Good Time Coining:. "Your honor," enid the femalo attor- AmEpltomo of the Method Panned by a Protperooa Indiana Man. Stlaa Stone Ono of This fieaaon'a Additions) ney, "I mnst innLst that my client, Mrs. to W'HU.'aifton lleautlet. Do Fashion, cannot legally bo tried by In speaking of swine breeding bv 8tanfobd, Kt., Amu. 3, 1890 One of tho fairest debutantes in Wash thin jury." tlio professional breeder Mid also b,y iPVt d "I'd like to know why not," sold tho tho general farmer, JtuncH Riley, before iiiRton society is Miss Elizabeth tho Huntington oounty farmerM1 innti-tutStone, tho youiiKOht daugliter of opposing lawyer. said, although there was a depresW. p. WALTON. "Pecauso Jiha has a constitutional CoiiRrcesmun Chnrlcs W. Stono of Peuu m i" right to be tried only by a jury of licr sion hi tho bw1ii market, lie would 'jj sylvanln. Miss Jatono was recently - in t nttas ? into society nt n pleasant ton poem," explained thu femalo uttornoy. advise going ahead rvsjanlless of the nt her mothcr'H house in thu capiwrong with the jury?" naked low prlceH. Prices woukl be better fjlven "What's For Sale by next year. tal. Sho is a elianniiiK girl, rather tall the court; "tbey'roall women." Preparations should be made to core "Vcs, your lionor," uid the femalo Her oyes and hair are nnd very pretty. Her maimers aro attractive and attorney; "but your honor will notice for 8winc Iwforo commencing in this dark murked by that simplicity which ia that not ono of theon wears athlabca-fion- 'a industry. Every farmer should hac a hog house and a hog ranch. Tho hog Send One Cent For lwnnet." Puclc. house should be w arranged that it is OfTi-r- . A Matrimonial Fence Seo Huff Keep you st on the easy of accons from the neveral lot-- i uuniicrir.j I.. I)wioi, j. ii migni, . vuu, Sho waa ti blonde, nnd her hair was into which the feeding ranch ia dir ami olheri who hue us. Ed Crler, II. Chanci-lgradually coming out of curl. Howaa vided, and provided with feeding floors, d It. G. A I'fcYTON. oiaof. rJ, Ky. Agent ior wuii .uui a brunette, and woro a 95.3m sleeping rooms, water fountains and hat, and an expression of great cmo-- I properly constructed feeding trouglu. They weix enjoying tho frco Hogs must have clean quarters and jwr-fetion. oonc of tlie Oak Cliff park, and were We sanitation. They must have frewh Shin them to us. We are In a position to make It decidedly to your Interest to do so. avail thinking each other's thoughts. John- water nil the time, plenty of shade in any handle every thing raised on a farm on commission : so If ou havemore thin? to sell, Other buyers thaa yourself of our services. We do an immense business and have nie Chaillo came along. tho summer, and lots HUillciently large houses. Correspondence Invited, l'rice current mailed free on application. "Mister, hae. you a match?" ho In- to afford good exercise. By providing CO. (incorp'd), The Leading Commission Merchants, quired. healthy quarters nud keeping- them LOUISVILLE, KY. "Xot quite. I'm trying my best to clean there would be less swine disease. 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Stroot, rfV make one," was the brunette's calm reFormers should study tlie makeup ply. Texas Sifter. . 0 and comformntion of the hog. He Semi-Weekly interior Journe A FAIR DEBUTANTE. MM 1 UTTERICK 1 Moor-bon- o, ATTERN o SHEET, J .H. OTTER, Danville, Ky. FREE. re l H MONTHLY FASHION 1 I wiue-urimm- ct EGGS AND POULTRY. R HERNDON-CARTE- - 813-31- . ."B . EAGLE BIRD, Tin: Great Show Stallion, In Decatur, Mich., tlie population of which ia l.fiOO, tho president of tho village council in Mrx. Alum Sago, and all of tho town ofllcoH, except that of oillclal dog catcher, are filled by women. Mrn. Dr. Kinney in ono of tho leading price of .Mrn. Ada Gregg preacher, TEN 00LLARST0 INSURE A UVING1C0LT and her church tho Athent in takon caro of by a jauitrchri, Mr. Uaruett. Monov or cash note will be required The tOHtauraiit of thu town iri conducted when a living colt is obtained Eagle Hint Is ono of the greatest hliow by Mrn. Crruio ami Mm Haiiuu. Tho hones in Kentucky, nt hii record in ISO.'! biggest store in tho plnco in owned and will attest. As n breeder of line, good kept by Mru. Mary School. Mr. NichMitu Clara colored, high styled colts he U unmir- - olson is tho postniittretri. Hotaling is a hlioemakcr, and a gocxl p.Vcd Marcs from a distance will be furnished one. Muyl'ercival is n fnrnituro maker. grax after May 1 at II &0 per month nnd Mins Anna Purduett inakeri harnchfl. inut bo pnld nt tho removal of the mare( Mrs. Carpenter in a llorisL Mrs. Child Care will be taken to prevent accident is a carriago aintur. and escapes, but will not be rotKnslblo Thoro nro wivoral women painters, should any occur Farting with or weavers and brokors. Tho women Ijhvo of maros forfeits the Insurance. n Fecret society run on tho endowment B.P.WOODS. plan. There is nlso n wonmu literarj club. Tiio women control the saloons, and tho only things to drink aro soda and pop. In a village near by thero is a woman undertaker, who can attend to all of the details of n funeral, oven to driving tho hourte. Utlca Observer. phy-xiuiaii- Winner of 1500 stake nt Lexington, won second money in $500 stake nt Ver tailles, vritinerof the aged premium and at I'arl, also winner of other awccp-Jtakpremium in 1S1KJ, sinco which time he lias Int'ii in the alutl. Eagle Bird i a beautiful brown, with kinnll star, stands oer 10 hands, has a (lowing mnne unil a heavy tall Kr1o Bird n&irudly King Kagle, winner of more thnn It) blue ties 's lAt dam by Star Eagle, host (ton of IexiiiKton. 3d dnm by ! (mulct Denmark, son of Washington Dunmnrk. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, bon of Millur'it Denmark. Knla Bird will mnke the seanon of 1SWJ at hltfltablu 2 mile- Wwt of Stanford on the Shelby City piko nt the extremely low Cub-bell- roost charming in n young Kirl. Mian Klizitboth lias linlflhed her education nt tho Woman's college in Ualtimore, ami litvi tnken from that institution n mind stored with modern knowlcdgo and a lino (Muipmunt in tho way of She in thu fortunate pofitwds-o- r of a oico of bingnlnr sweotnosfl that iri well trained in vocal music and Thu lattor 1h her fnvorlto study, and her good talent in a source of much enjoyment to her young friends Misa Stono in 0110 of tlie very fow young who can nt tempt Wattoau offectH. Sho wearrt miniatured, aigrutH, delicato laco and forgetmenot hilks. Sho combines with that HWeet simplicity and geutlenerut of manner spoken of nbovo xplcudid animal Hpiritoanda fun loving dioiiocitiou that will make her ono of the moit )opular young women in Washington. Chicago nocom-pliHhmeutrt. olo-cutio- n. H Times-Heral- Wlirro Woiiirn Arr Hur-mr- . 1m 11 Woinni. There must bo any number of bright women in Ohio. In four publications from that stato In ono week thero wero creditablo poems by Johnstouo Murray, Elizabeth Cherry Ilairo, Corella Bond, Gabriello Stewart, Mary Wevill, Edna Heald, Anna S. Roberts and Mr. Warner Snoad. Tho Stato Federation of Women's Clubs and Societies is growing continuously and hns almost reached tho hundred mark. Tho 20 colleges and universities of tho state, all of which practico coeducation, nro moro largely attended than over before, tho number of women varying from 0110 fourtli to This of thu total attendance. f The above fine black jtck with gray poloti will taiWt ibe ssaton of i&j at my plicr. the old lln-v- y year Oborlin has oer 1,100 students; Helm farm, o the Stanford lud Shelby City Mount Union, CC0; Ohio Stato univor-hitput, at 000, and Ohio Wesieyan, l.lfiO, Iugurea Oolt 4 Months Oid $7 to while tho remainder nverago 400 each. John K Is 4 roars old, 13 hin.U high and Ii a technical, industrial and prosplendid iixllvidual. Don't breed till you ire him. Fifty art, lis wii foaled and railed by J K llaughsnan, of fessional schools arc equally succeKSfuL Oil lei Second Swcctthing Well, then, in pasture should be provided for thobogs, especially the brood bow b. A month beconfidence, dear, I do love him, Shades, Glass, fore, farrowing time the sow should be n the line o! Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windoiv and First BwcKthlng (aside) That set- put in ouo of the ranch lots and fed Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, branHlopn. After farrowing feed slopu 111 accept the proposal lie tle Itl for every purpose is to go to Danville and see made partially of shorts. When the Ready Mixed Paints made tno lust night! Town Topics. pigs aro four weeks old truin them to lDrr of Habit. cat, ontl te good, rich slops made Dlcycks Manufacturer Whcro am I? of sliorts and milk. Fcrd the pigs no ' XcarcMfc A4igJ NNTiy, thlfl irfllcavcn. grain until the weigh about a hunIsn'titaNightful? dred pcinds. I'ut them in th clover Mpvt Hnor to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one Bicycle Manufacturer Yes, Indeed. posture. Raise two sets of pigs, March Hut, I say (looking nnd April and October. It" very of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kenabout critically) you ought to havo betdoes not sell any wheat, tucky. The speaker ter roadat. Southbrldge (Mass.) Jour- but feeds it ground to his hogs. He nal. does not cook it. Claims it is healthier riwv; also more economical. Advises On "What kind of meat did you have for growing leets for swine Regards care and good sanitation the breAkfoat?" best methods to keep off disease. Keep "Don't knowr." "Do you inan to Roy to the court a good quantity of slack lime about the that you don't know what kind of meat houses and use it freely. AKo a barrel of crude carbolic acid for disinfecting. you had for breakfast?" "I do ft was Mtuhngol" Chicago Do not permit tlie hogs to have filthy wallow. If they make low places in Record. tho lots, fill them up. If it ruins and Where Dwells. water stands in the low places, throw a Tliero's lK'nuty In tho sunset's glow, lime In them or fill them up. Remove And In tho nzuro nky, the bedding often and burn it. Lime TttroN crntvleur In tho vasty deep. tho pens and sleeping places. Care is Largest and Most Complete Stock And In tho mountains high: vyw111iII) Ii There's terror In tho tempest black, tho best prevention of disease. During of Atid In tho llRhtntnK'd flash; tho cholera mason the speaker docs not Thero's wonder In tho flrmatnent. go into his swine And mystery In tho hash. Irmit anyone to busing changed his Kansas City JournaL eusi without first shoes, no keeps a few tmirs of shoes Unmistakable KnrouruRetnent. Ever brought to this Section. "I nm going to projoso to MIrs alout the premises for tills purpose. Tho disease can be carried in the clothJlnklcs," wild Uliykins, thoughtfully, ing, W. W. and especially on the shoes, from you any encourage "Has she gh-eono farm to another. He does not perment?" to the farm. A dog's Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, mit sssHA "I should Bay so. Why, she Is afraid foot aIsdogverycome ontiling in which the Stanford, Ky. handy a . aaMsiMaasiiiiM I am sjwndlng too much money for bouMSMsaMasMMnaa.. and quets arid matinee tickets." Washing- germs of cholera may Iks carried may germs left on another farm. Tlie ton Star. lie carried on the animal's body nnd THE HERO Pt Ilia (Jrcut Mistake. left where they will spread the disease Thoroughbred &) y JClXiAJ TTTfXnd XXJXJD Tho Wlfe When you proposea to in other herds. Indian; Farmer. me, John, did you think I would accept My Breeders were seloctcd from tap best herds of this famous breed of swine in several different INEXPENSIVE SHELTER. you? States. A splendid lot oi pigs of ditloreot age Tho Husband Xot the first time. IMga Comfortable la (or sale. Bred sows a spe.ialty. Satisfaction Haw to Malis the guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address "Tho second?" Inclement Weather. "I wasn't going to propose but once." On many farms the hogs are kept in BRONAVGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. Puck. pens in ono end of a large shed, or other building that is likely to be cold in Ancient winter, even though the walls may be Thoeo old antiques In bloomers, secure against tlie entrance of wind. FULL LINE OF We seo upon tho wheel, Aro not the kind that usually Growth cannot be expected when an Collectors long to steal. nnimal is suffering from cold. If the Town Topks. hogpen cannot be made warm, one may HE HOT IT. nt least build such a plrceas Is suggested in the accompanying Bketch. In ono corner of the pen is built a small boxliko affair, JuBt largo enough for de-ote- lly. First Sweetthlng Is it true that you constitutional vigor. Every fanner love Dick DuBhleigh? Tell me, dear. should educate himself upon the points that make a gootf hog. Plenty of clover In confidence. Nothing I.tke friendship. bhould be ful!-chet- and of good The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House Im- 1 u A. E. GIBBONS,, pk-Am- t. nmt. 'The BEST is Always rne ujhlijjaox. Rocking Chairs. arj-Rtrr- One like this for only $2.75. frfWPnTl Undertaker's Goods WITHERS, n BLUK-GRAS- S Duroc-Jerse- VTI R. II. Itrlc-a-Ilru- e. Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons 'jT5 I Jife3sMs1l JOHN 1 K. MmSm Just Rccieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. one-hal- y, 5jiSr "" Full and Complete Stock of FarmingImplements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- d W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. INEXPENSIVE SHELTER FOll TlOd. B' K- 'W'JESAKEIT. - Hustonvillc. He hat proven himitlf to bt 1 iplcn-dl- d breeder of Urge colta, as teveril of hit Kt at Mr. lltughman's will show. Marei kept at rates. Cari taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. 1 FRED I. BISHOP, Stanford. Ky. le Portland. Vf San Francisco. .........to tb NORTHWEST The. fccTrrtP.'V fy mm n liift. Kt t(Q- lOUUVIUt MtwAllAaTt CHICAM - Only Dining Car Routt From ItOTXISVIXXX TO.CHICJLGO. Elegant Pullman Veitlbuled Sleeper of Modern Pattern. For map or any information, address f E. II. BACON FRANK I.REID.) D. P. A , or O. P. Agent, (. Louisville ) Chicago. He sure to call for Monon Koute. Mrrli- Her IughtAr. A vory otld wedding occurred recently nt tho rcsidenco of tho Rev. Mary T. Whitney in Boston. Tho groom was tho Row Carl Q. Horst, tho pastor of tho Second Unitarian church of Athol, Mass., ami tho brido was Miss Emily Aitken of Boston, and tho ofllciatiug minister was tho Rov. Martha 0. Aitken, mother of tho brido. Ca?os whero a father marries his daughter nro not infrequent, but this is perhaps tho only iiibtnnco on record whero n mother has Portland (Mo.) nmrriod her daughter. Press. An Athletic I'rlnrea. Tho Archdncheb'j Mariu Thorosa of Austria has takon to athletics with groat enthusiasm. It is said that on ono occasion, when a great iron column fell down ncroiss n man, ant. thero was a gouorr.1 rush for lovers and assistance, tho archduchess gau thu moss n henvo which euabled tho man to bo drawn from uiidcr it. Sho is tho daughter of tho titular Grand Duko of Tuscany nnd wifo of tho Archduko Charles Etionno. A Mother - Denver. 08T IN QUANTITY. St IPaul. BEST IN QUALITY. WORMS! vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S CREIM FOR YEAR! has takon a homestead claim, and is going into tho honey business on a largo scalo, starting hor apiary with 50 colonies of bees. Sho is exporieucod, and will doubtless make a success. This enterprising Minnesota girl will touch school in winter ami enro for hor boos during summer. An Enterprising Girl. Miss Nollio Cheoloy of Morrill, Minn., um lad all WORM Remedies. I EVERY 10TTLE fiUAMNTEEBj OIJ BY AX.T. BBBOtlHTi. BICaUBBSOS Mwilll CO., BT. LOCtS. Urals In Ileal Estate. Miss Faunio Ungor has tpenod a real estato ofllco oppasito Nntley btation, Franklin, N. J., and has hung out a goldon sign. MLs Ungcr is an lUcraotic young woman, and has property for salo and houses to lot. Sho has boon engaged In stenography for several years. Puck. Hotel Clerk (who has noticed rico in pigs to get iuto and lie down. A Alkali Iko'B hair) Huml tlie bridal the swinging door is provided, and in this chnmtor, I presume? small iueloMire the heat from the aniAlkali Iko (drawing his gun) Looky mals bodies will keep the air very comhere, jwrtll I'm n cowboy all right, fortable. ThlB plun has been tried in in no etable on u cold building with great success. but I luiin't mo weddin' night. Qimmc th best Orange Judd Farmer. room in th house, with narj' a bridle, Raddle er lariat in it, Judge, Ilread aa a Cattle Food. An English farmer who is feeding The Toting Man's Mysterj. bread to stock apparently finds it a " Tho problems In nrlthmotlo . cheap as well ob a satisfactory ration. Aro harrowing, I vow. Inst year sho was thirty It would lie Interesting to know if others now." And sho'a twenty-seve- n of his clnss are doing likewise. The Washington Star. fact would seem less strange if the A Dutiful Hope. farmer wero feeding his own wheat "Dear father, we aro all well and crop, but inquiry has elicited tlie statehappy. Tho baby has grown ever so ment that the farmer buys the wheat much and lias a great deal moro sense nnd has it ground all one way and titan he iued to have. Hoping the same baked in an ordinary manner, using the of you, I remain your daughter, Molly." bread for his own table as well as for London cattle. His plan of feeding Is to with about four pounds per day might Boy. for each feeding beast, gradually inTeacher Glo nio an examplo of a creasing tho allowance till, when finishparadox? ing off, eight pounds per day are giv41 and 42. Boy Piers en. Tho bread is sliced up with a long Teacher How go? Boy Well, they're a pair of docks, slicing knife, similar to that used on small farms for slicing turnips by aren't they? X. Y. World. hand. The farmer speaks of the bread Tired of Life. in tho highest terms as a cattle food, Hazel I seo that poor Crimson, who Baying that all cattlo are particularly has been living this winter in a Harlem fond of it and grow and feed on it in u fiat, has committed suicide. most satisfactory manner. Nuttc Couldn't get warm whero ho Drainage la the Stable. was, eh? Judge. Tho stalls cannot be dry unless they are arranged with the object of affordNow We Know. "What makes you women kiss when ing perfect drainage. Absorbent mayou meet?" terial will assist in keeping tho animals "It is a sort of apology in advance for dry during the night, but when the bed what wo mean to say about each other is very wet and the liquids arc allowed after we part." Indianapolis Journal. to accumulate tho animals will suffer severely it the weather is cold, and cows writing to; Risk It. milk. Comfort and Jack Scientists are agreed that kiss- will shrink in their thrift, and it will rest are essential to ing is an alarming source of disease. to keep tho stock er the doctor says Va coat less give extra food to dry than Jess orU aai it will to , entirely too healthy to be Interesting-Ml heat. Tit-Bit- s. com-menYe-e- s; SSSSSsBsMsT'lll ' "i'i issaT Wc have just received a full line oi "'the old reliable" Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs. Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Hames, Collars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c co W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 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THE ADVANCED WOMAN. Bho rnnr stnml upon tho corner In her bloomers if ho cnoows; Sho can nmoko n clRarctto in public, too; Bho may think uj shocklnit thoughte and dedicate them to tho mu'Vfi In fact, do nnythlnK that'M truly new. TANFORD. (Pi E C Waiion. business Manager In - BEST I IF YOU WANT THE J GARDEN your neighborhood this season PLANT OUR FAMOUS all A feature this season Is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Post Office. This " New Catalogue " we will mail on receipt of a stamp, or to those who will state where they saw this advertisement, the Catalogue will be mailed Free ! nt of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely New catalogue lor 1090. A new PETER HENDERSON & GO. 3B ft 37 Cortlondt St., Hew York. 1 TABLER'SDII V BUCK EYE 1 1 JUL OINTMENT CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES A .1 known for 10 yoars as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. AX.I PmirtltTMCHASESOS SURE and CERTAIN CURE DT DKVGOISTS. I SOLD JtXD CO.. C?. 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Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortstt.and quickest between Only Dittct LIlc Between r Ask ior ticket via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time Table Nov. 3, 1895. Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Govinjrton. Trains n No. 1. No. 3 No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. 1 00 Lv Franklort A ...... 6 35 7tS 48 I'ao Klkhora. ........ 48 4 47 Stamping Uround 7 27 Georgetown Art. " C. Pari S.Depot B... ...C...... 7 45 7 5 8 30 509 3 4 SS 1 2 30 ij 400 8. 10. 4. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No.m. No. m. No. o. p. a. a.m. p. 600 4 40 9 05 Lve Paris ..C. " tr. Frankfort " Klsborn Sump's Gro'd A to 07 C. 8. Depot Georgetown B 10 10 10 s8 .... 10 46 i31 640 6j8 730 sss 6 40 7 7 tl 00 7S Z" 13 Frankfort Georgetown connee-tisaslorm I SUNDAY TRAINS. IJeat Georgetown 10 4 10 P- - a. m; arrive IV "l!eave0Frankfort J "l8 Hs Keatacky MidUnd"Railway and route KaV to all the shortest and cheapett South, Kast, Worth and West. apply to their agents. further infomauon CD. IIKCAW.UIB. rasa. Agent.. G0. B. HARPER, Re'r Oen.Sup j rrassipn t THE GOODLY SWORD. The KtTptlans Oavo It tha Nsme Fifty tfee Centuries Ago. AdamgJava Half n hundred centnrica ago tho go Egyptians gave to tho sword its name will feel in ttjfc asscrlfon Siuco those old days the history of tho O trenchant blade, stained with blood aud defaced by tho scars of battlo though it will in is, holds mnch of tho glory, tho poetry and tho chivalry of tho cruol gamo of war. DANG,oller coffees will go avinq A friend whoso fldolitynovcr wavered r aud whoso power never failed, it is not M&umi surprising that men endowed tho sword Tnay be . only with human attributes, but not with tho might aud majesty of tho gods thcmsolves. Tho old legends abound in for is tales of its magical powers. How tho crt-diviuo armorers strove coutinunlly to excel Foino rival in tho forging of n is Q falsehood, suel? mc fl?ods will h blado of n temper so dolicato that it ,SfiSBef might out n thread with tho t amo easo u peCifo)i.!)vDANGfAVA wi with which it struck a head from the nv t&st body, or howed through heavy xnotall v armor, was n favorito subject of tho old Teutonic and viking tales. VOU Jbe suDicer now French empire, it is just ns well, i Those legondary blades boro charao - l j so his guardians think, to have tho boy teristio unmes, by which thoy weroin t high position variably known : Gruystool, Wnder QtlU in perfect trim for tho of which ho and his followers coret. Through Sorrow and Millstono Bit young Napoleon IV is a black wero swords of wido renown, and we!. 1 Tho f ! f rffe haired lad, manly in his bearing, and all remeftiber how Arthur of tho Hound OX IcflSI . in Taeis, easi groatost iossiblo Table took "Excalibur, tho sword that of robust health. Tho l pains is taken in his training, ruid rrao from out tho bosom of tho lake. life tutors aro cugnged to toach him Ca'sar's sword was called Croccn Mors L special studies. E'cn if ho can never Churlomagne's Joyeufo played uo nan; become n groat monarch, ho will at Ionst part in tho setting up of the great Frank-isbo a polished gontleraan and Eoholar. ompiro. Many a bold captain went (UH Tho boy lives modestly with n Dr. down beforo El Tizona, wielded by the Evans, whoso sou ho is snpposed to bo, reloutlens hand of the Cid. and who is looking lifter tho would bo A Household Troaeuro. War :rent as Wives. Tho Japanese, whoso civilisation wae No. 2 Y W. king's health aud(atraining. Once a old beforo ours btaun, havo protluced In n recent competition in tho Now heDalwaysFuller, olCanajohane.N. DiicoTrrr ) Inthat keeyi Dr. Kiug't New the moum tno ooy s motner visits mm, 1 0xamplof the swordmukcr' York World for tho bet answer to tho houM. and hu family would not lc without it, II sometimes in tho company of tho ox - Em - , nrt Tho j0paueSo nobleman carried his question, "Does Wago Earning Unfit a procurable. (S A DjVcmtn Drugs"!, Cattkill, .. , mvs the itr. King t New that it Uro. Walton: Please hold the press Lugeuio. Tho mother of tho now , BWorda M tl)0 iD8ignla of hi8 rank. He Woman For Domestic Life?" Mayor undoubtedly mat lest tougn remedy ; uitcotervhat ht Napoleou is n bright littlo English woro one on cacti side, tnrnst into the Strong awarded tho prize to tho writer UJml It In his laraily for eight and It hat ears while I tell what Cooke's Sar- t eve failed to do all that claimed for it Why woman, whosiugsdivinoly, and is loved folds of his nash. and not try arm.tdyto Ions it of the following letter: "The tiled and ictttd. Trial saparilla is. Well, it is not a mys' even by tho silver haired old most contented wife is one who has Itotlle Irec at acW. It. McKobcnt' Drur Stor. terious compound of which the Thwo swords havo boon handod down and It Sucli is tho trno story of Napoleon as heirlooms from father to son, and it marched in lino witli wage earners Kegulir tile component parts arc gathered in IV. He may yot bo ono of tho foremost wng wt niinfinul fnr fnmilifw nf rmrfenl throngh every stage of mental and physAlthough a very buty man, Dr. H. V. I'lerce, some far off", unheard of land; nei. ttnn . figures in France. Ho is the lust hotM 11 Y, hat lUKUjr ko ui ical tireduoss; who, from the severely of Ilulialn, Nbook ul found tint in which lo ther is it some 4IUOOB" lu U'' pages taillltd, write a great of the Napoleons. Will ho oyer roalire them marvels of" costly and i,uuu lath, scientific artistic practical standpoint of experiouoo in The i'eople't Commonever i.oto bent his lofty ambition? Future history will workmanship in thoir possession. The earning a dollar, has learned tho valno In I'lain Kng luh, or Medicine Medical Advlier, made by unknown Simplified. ! printed record tho facte. Nw York Recorder. ' scabbards aro richly lacquered and of it; whoM) contact with the outside books great a in th Kngllth languige hate rrach tale at hat (hit popular work, over id to bound about with a silken cord in a world bus broadened her sympathy and (Su,kjo having been sold at $1 (ocaih Th profCooke's Sarsaparilla is a remeThe Nobody Mn. of tail tnormout tale having repaid lh anit! 1 curious puttern. Tho blado is curved, general knowledge; who has been ther lor the great amount 01 labor and mener ex- dy whose component parts arc na I walked ono day, a long, long way, led care and consideration, and who, pended on ita production he hat now decided to and the round guard is pierced to carDown to Topny Turvy Town, coplta ol thl WhcTti It' day all night and It's night all day ry a small dagger. This guard, called through earning ouough of u salary, give away, absolutely free, $00,000 being rtijuirtd tivo roots and herbs, growing in valuable book, the recipient only In tho land of UMide Down. perhaps, to partially satisfy her tartes to mail toth Worlu' Ditpenttiy Mtaical Atto. the hills and valleys of Kentucky, a tsubtt, is decorated with curious And who do you think was walking round? ol which company and so great is the ingenuity of for the beautiful in lifo, in art or study, ciailoa, ol Kuflalo, S, Y ,atamnt, to covtr coil ha which arc gathered .it their prop-c- s ol Imagino It If you can-- In it pi.tidcnt, 11 tho Japanese metal workers that among is allowed uo time for anything but an mailing only, and the book will ba not pottpald tho land of UpUd&Down I found seasons by responsible handsJ It It a veritable m.dictl library, la one The Nobody Man the thonfeuuds of swords tbey have pro- insatiable longing for tho name To volume. It contain i.ooJj Urge completeand oru psgta, After cleansing sorting and cullduced it is impossible to And two guard such a woman tho caro and protection Juo llluitratiotit time ol them in colors. The was bowed, and ho groaned aloud. Ills Is precisely the same at that add carefully dried for l ing they arc free exactly alike They aro ptiaed so highly of a husband, the shelter of u home, is Si jo edition only With the burdtn that ho lore; bound in eicept that the boo at Mlsditds and inUhnps, a wonderful crowd, Their virtues arc extracted by collectors that lurge sums of money a heaven. Any womanly woman from ttroiig manllli piper covert, Instead at. clolh It use. of Till thero seemed no room for more. not oltcn that our readers have an oppoilumly out tho rnuku of the busimr world will havo been paid frequently for on "And why nru you so heavily tAskod, to obtain a trrmt, by the latest scientific process book on sword, only that it might be ruth- prnvo by a lifotimoof devotion and help- andwa valuable few willtucn avalliug Ibtra. known to pharmacy Oj such an ungual plan!" that mitt by a pharfulness her appreciation of and her fit- selves cf the unutual and liberal cller to which As I sat on a waysldu boat, I asked lessly torn apart to heenro tho guard. we have called tbclr attention macist who has spent 18 years in Tho Nobody Man. ilury Stuart McKimiey in St. Niclwlas. ness for domotlo life if her husband be the work of his chosen profession. half worthy." IIo hat him nigh with a doleful sigh, Not Alarming. Abaenttulnded. For over a hundred years has it And lie said: "It need must bo; B1U Hrr Hkln t a LVollar an Inch. What 'Nobody' docs ut homo so sly In tho annual report of Hurvard col- stood the test and to day it stands It is said that the oxtemporo playing I lOiouldrrcd hero by me. A young woman living on Mission lege, recently published, a report from of the great Beethoven wits marvolous, before the public guaranteed to be The Mips una mUhuprf that are, soon or lato, but ho was entiroly without the oooluers street makw a living by boiling her skin tho dean of Kudchu"ccollego appear fur Denied by the ckrukn clnn mar-c- t. In thu loud of Upsldo Down all weight aud self posset'sion required by u per- for grafting purposes. A year ago sho tho first time This dohm-- the change the best blood purifier in the is positively guaranteed to Tho Nobody Man." a little skin to a friend from thu uunox to tlx collegti to bo viIt former who wishes to rondor written first contributed who was in noed of u whole hide, and, tal, though not strikingly evident, and cure scrofula in any form. Its couipositioiiH with accuracy aud finish. Uo posted along with u doleful song, This overburdened wight. Tho same fault was found with his finding that sho could stand the pain evidences of tho importance of this merit is shown by its growing popAnd, bowed with tho woight of other folks' conducting tho orchestra; oven before and that her skin was particularly chuugo uro given. A most imporuiut ularity and in localities where longwrong. takiui, too, in tho opciiiug his deafness he often coufnsed tho play- healthy, slo concluded to profit by it. step has He hobblnd out of sight; Sho sent n letter to uenrly ovcry phy- of tho graduate coursvu in Harvard uni- est uccd you find the largest sales. ers by his fcuddeii gestures. And I don't undnrbtund how It all onn be, Or why ho should bear thin bui, versity to women, uud, as Prekleut Sold in Lincoln county by At one timo ho was playing ono of his sician and sorgeou iu this city and Ilur woll. 'twas a wouderful Uiiiitf to calling thoir attention to tho fact Eliot remarks in his report, "Tho infor piano and own beautiful conoertos W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. Tlie'Nobod)- - Mau road was by no moans alarming." orchestra. During u long pa?ago by the that kIk) hud healthy akin for sale. WluUirofi Packard In St. Nlcliolas. " Penny's Drug Store, Sinou thou tlvo young wotnun has had Christian Register. orchestra, whilo tho piano was silent, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. tho ordorH nho could fill at very reaFootball, Tablo he forgot his position and fancying him- - all Mrn, I'lckercll Chauco. F. H. Twidwcll, She charge $1 a A writer for children, MargarutConip-- J sob! conductor for tho moment ho threw sonable rata. Tho latest move on tho part of woman mid usually part with 20 to HO ton, tolls of a good tabic gamo that is out his arms at a certain chord, knock inch, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. square inch on ut u time Altogether sho is to secure tho stroot cleaning. Mrs. easy to contrive and does not need much iug both" tho candles off tho piano. Tanner Hros., McKinncy. preparation. This is "tablo football." They wero picked up, but when tho has had nearly seven square feet of hor Mary M. Fickuroll of Denver hits J. F. Alstott, Powers. by making a bid thu contract Uet u largo cloth on which you can repeated and tho loud chord skin remuvd from her body, aud has Heazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard, 0,000 less than that of hor predecessor. mark witli chalk, or if you prefer you roourred he forgot himself again, and tho now got uround to tho second growth. again James T. Cookf., can stitch tho lines with red cotton. accidont happened for tho second time She is probably tho only woman on It has been claimed and claimed Harrodsburg, Ky. Tho boys will toll yon, if you do not Tho audience, in spito of their great earth who has been flayed ulive San that wuuian's experience as housekeopvr should inako her especially valuable in know, how to lay out tho football field. admiration and respect for tho master Francisco Post. this field. It remains for Mrs. Pickoroll Tho ball is an egg that has boon blown. musician, wero convulsed with merriKlaVe Comb Ueoe. to vindicate hor own and her sex's right A hen's ogg is generally usod, but a rob- ment, which so disgusted Beethoven Decidedly tltn side comb is a valnablo to the reputation of ooonomiBts. Exin s egg is bettor. It is not kicked, but that several strings of tho unoffending blown from point to point. Thero is not piano suffered tho conBoquenocs of his ally, and sightly in itolf as well as change much danger to tho combatants, but a irritutiou, which expended ituelf in a convenient in causing a becoming fullShort Olrl, lieware or Frills. ness, and holding in place tho pretty now ball has to bo providod for almost prodigious thumping of tbo keys. Beauty iu height and not in breadth For evening pomposity of tho puff. every mutch. Touchdowns and five yard Youth's Companion. wear tho hair iv dremd high on the alouo can stand frills, and only tall, limits aro not possible, bet the general head, whether or not tlio ripples cover litho figures can cope with tho broad, Tough Fating. rules for football may bo observed. draped girdlos aud fluffy waist arrangeThose who have partaken of peacock tho ears, while on uigrpt of whito Ouil-beMeRfw0' JeaBBBBBaSII or of brilliants furuisbeti an ablo ments now so popular. To Yvetto dec- t TtM Bod, White and Blue. declare that gorgeous bird to bo decidedVvGUEr ' LjbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW wo owe much of the erase for t A little girl who stood watching the ly tough eating, while it is sai of the ornament. Variations of tho Flaxman orative belts that is, bodices dreseed BssKsaV .SSBBHswSie. jpsr flags displayed everywhero on Washing- swan that the fact of its ever Laving knot, although modish no moro, aro very much at the waist line, and which to bo soen and admired by tbo ton's birthday asked suddenly: "What been a familiar dish speaks highly in fa- still sloo-- i discriminating; but elaborate bows and have tho tendency to make a really Moredo tho colors mean? Thoy stand for some- vor of ancient English cutlery. protael-likstand highest in fa- der, dainty figure look somewhat short twists thing, don't thoy?" "Think," said hor over, it should not be forgotten that and stubby. Short girls, beware of them mother, and this was tho interpretation when bustards' and boars' beada wore vor, to say nothing of an oxtremely dull arrangement of rolls set in dreary seby a child: "Rod, that as commou as sirloins and saddles now London Whevlwouien. quence, for ull tho world liko a terrace means blood, tho blood of tho Revolu- are there wero scarcely any vegetable Tho Green Park club, forinod a few of suburban villa residence that is so years ago for tho convenience of lady tion; wbito, that moans we aro froo; to oat with them. undeservedly popular. blue, that means hope, Ob, I boo! Wt cyclists iu Battorsoa park, is about to , rier Choice. hope wo always shall bo freel" Brookenter ujkjii tho occupation of handsome Lax Bocial Gestosis. Mother Jauo, you must choose belyn Eagle. new premises iu Grafton street, PiccaYou should see our Dou't lot na say that wo wouldn't tween the two. Will you marry the trust our daughters and our sous any- dilly. Tho list of members at present Brownie's Legs man who loves you or tbo man who oan where Let uu koep our faith whole and includes tho name of the Countess of BTTCZaJBUJU CJULUR1T Harry was 4 yours old. His grand- dreiisyou? unbounded in them, but do let us roviso Loudesborough und Mrs. William Court mother was trying to teach him to count, Daughter Mamma, as un up to date now members ore A and asked, "How many togs havo you?" girl, I must roply to your question that, our ideas a little as US what is right Gully. bo hundred Loudon Spectator. 1 mrcy days trial on every one. and proper iu our social customs. If our about to enrolled. Satisfaction guaranteed. He answered promptly, "Two." "How although love is a very desirable thing, social customs wore not so lax, if many legs has Rrowuio?" After looking clothes are an absolute uooeusity. LonA Popular Sentiment. young girls wero not left alone with at tho dog a moment, 1m replied, don Govornor Upbam of Wisconsin, in his young men so often and for so long a address of welcoino to the recent conven"Brownie hua out on each corner." In Palestine and Persia the "sorrow, time, there would bo few daughters of tion of tho State Epworth loaguo at Mad- WANTED-A- N Wouldn't Sleep That Wavy. fnl mycauthus" droops in the day, being roepectublo homes go astray. Mothers ison, said that ho hoped to see tho time thing to patent? Protect your kleAsi they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN "No, Willio, doar," said mamma, apparently about to die,, but revive m cannot longer olose their oyee to this when they would all vote, men and wom- IIUIIN A CO., Patent Attorneys. WJUIeV "no moro cakes tonight. Don't you evening comes on. "KUUUVVH question ; tho souls of their daughters en, Tho sentiment was loudly applauded l.O..forthelrtlprtio ottsr. know you eanuot sleep on a full stomare in their hands, and they owe it to by tho host of young people and their ' The sverago whale is from 00 to 66 themselves, to their daughters and to ach?" wUI ,n th Wd I can get for la society to throw every possible proteo-tic- a leaders, the ministers of tho Methodist W iriPQ l cash or la trade ior leather on llllJLiQ. aiantoraVk at my "Well," replied Willio, "I can sUep feet in length and from 83 to 88 aay at Episcopal church. or court borne ia Otten- on my back." Commonwealth. r.r. ti-J- Z -diameter. The Young Son of the Prince Imperial Who I Training For n Throne. I11 n big old chateau just ontsido of boy who may Paris lives n 601110 tiny be tho emperor of Franco. Tho latter country is bo umottlod in ita polities, and tliero aro ko many of Its inhabitants who would rather bo ruled by an emperor than, by n president elected from tho peoplo, that it is not wholly impoMiblo to say tha,t tho youth lioro described may not some d.iy bo an impo-ria- l successor to tho throno of tho great Napoleon I. Indeed, tho boy is uouo other than Napoleou' IV, son of tho lato priuco imperial. Very littlo is known in or out of Franco about tho littlo follow who has a kingly prospect. Ono thins '" cortaiu tho Kngouio is vory fond of Napoleon IV, whom sho tondorly calls her grandson, and it is nho who is providing tho boy's education an education that is fitting hinf for statesmanship, politics and diplomacy. Although ho may uover sit on tho throno of tha Nor think creation's altered in lt plan, For sho always wants to do ThinRS nho's not oxjHH:Ud to, And sho caro to do them when sho can. A forvmoot plnco in jMjlltlcs slio'll havo it If .sho plenws; Bho'll worry over bargains In appropriation Oli, crcnturorf ninRcuflno, nut do not yvt dont w usira we fiMmJm writ. r 1 mmmmMM jilBL&' Amt($i?tt RT14U.l. ?2 -- aaaVl 1 M mj?j r ,ivPLCE lie RaM .ANSASClTY,MO. m o o 0 02 LEDO,0. ills, lillt-- t 1?EAD THESE iKPtfllSP tUCArt UHANO, TRABtMAHU HAlLNTtO) , JK, And decornto tho Ravel which untutorwl man With ptlt and now Rolr.es 0 m Tl tho eyo For a very littlo while. But tho ultlmnto wo calmly scan, For sho nlwnys wants to do Tilings sho's not extweted to, And Bhodoodn't euro to do them when sho can Washington Star. Bho may do It all In stylo it nil. pretty ribbons till with Joy Jf is iJ?ly possible af your brealfasr fable WbotsoN )o the coffee, you are drinkinn witfc P P go is unsalisfacttry,ffiWtv w Pi us a iiiomenr and we will give you a remedy. ?iQzQS?f 0 surejou &f fltus out (WlBpand) tifalins ? tie finesr coffeejou ever dranf,and future fo$rr purclasiim become amjfe T lasfed ikSs,sS able, bu offered a coffee U 0 0 r w less monev. witfofe. statemenr llar if and jusfasaood as m adang! It I laid WM& may for on VEKCi blaVSiW' ! if tb. Scriptures tell us loi'Sha rriri' 1 l ! mr (iis is qpod advice in tfe mailer mind you can coffee vae spa-cia- "'.convinced of h merit of adang Java by orderina some of J J your Grocer and makma a JPCTK. of if jZm Confidential Letter i, Ut 1 4 nis-coviir- y, pro-lessor- s. do-1- t, one-ct- I lu-o- an-tiqu- o 11 pit-dl- ci s tx-e- n Oak-lau- d, I -l poNf-agewa-s os-pr- C LTBHbsjjv o I Tit-Bit- e. j. kvanarsdale. IDEAoTK fei sc-xz- r titys. Wc htli .hat. Ksnslin, Tanner. .: mi-Wee- Interior Journal Ky-- , Mohairs nt Shanks'. Invalid nlr cushions er'o. Shanks'. nt Craig & Hock, Two Farms For Sale. PUBLIC SALE OF Stanfokd, E. C. - Avnih 3, 1896 The latest agony in straw hata at Saddles at cost for cash at Farria & Hardin's. APPLE BRANDY sell at public of Hunm & 5 n . Walton, Business Manager. Farm No. 1 contain! 991 teres In Wnjhlneton I mil counijr.Kr .the greater part or which U In rn. prenU auction en the diitlUery Stringer ucar rticisci, Danville, Kentucky. Tiik qunlity ol Roods sold from Penny'B Jewelry Store lias always been known to Debt seasoned boxing at roJnced lie thu very best. You run no risk in prices. A. 0 Sine. buying for there ia no other kind, Don't inipa the auction Bale on April 13. Sale Hats of all shapes, sizes, qualities, will he contimipd tilt alluooda aro sold. 9 prices and kinds at Shanks'. PERSJflAl POINTS. . Amoskeag Three Star Zephyr Ginghams, Wr REGULAR NT. Mm. J. II. Ghbkii is down with appenOwens is clerk at the My- dicitis. M. Oaiikll ers House. Mips Hbao Higgina A McKinnoy'a bear story on the fourth pago of this issue. .. " A. M. Pence's Pence lias been entered in tho Faulconer<ue combination sale. Boys como in at Shanks' next Monday and Tuesday and see our line of woolens. '- Im m lhti larmliltuateJ.ii what li pronounced txjit illitnct In Kentucky for White Hurley the Comfoitablt residence homo. farm No. t contain! 300 acres in name locality, with brick ilrellmif. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best improved farcps in the county. Doth farms are in fine state of preservation, well watered ond fenced. Closoto R. H. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. ror iniormauon apply to J. N, SAUNDERS, 10 Stanford, Ky. o. Wednesday, April 15, '96, At a o'clock, P. M., Five Packages of Apple Brandy, No s 1, 7, 3, and 5, containing tS8 gallons, the property ol llamm Ar Stringer, to satisfy warrant No. 411 and all coitt, issued from the collector's oflice of the 8th district of Kentucky, for the taxes on said brandy, j M. CAKTKR, Ueputy Collector 8th Collector's District, Moreland, Ky. to 1 Ethyl Bbazlky lavishing friends from May-woo- in Lancaster. Miss Jknniu Coopjch returned Loniavillu Tuesday. Mhs. Tiiomab Duddkhaii, of the CLOTH, d quite sick. Miss ItL'TH Elubon went to Crab Orchard yesterday to visit relatives. Mu. L. Thomas Laslky, of Louisville, is spending a few days with his mother. We have only about 2,000 yards of these. They are all new patterns Miss Annus Johnston, of the West designs, brought out for this season and the colors arc as pretty End, is visiting hur sister, Mrs. J. M. and as in the imported ones. They have never sold for less than 15c any Hill. Mies Lizzik Jones ia visiting her where. Don't delay, if you want any, as we expect to sell all in one brother, J. T. Jones, who is rapidly AT 7 1-- 8 CENT OO section, ia Just received a beautiful line of Chamber Sela and Queenawaro at Warren A Shanks' "Model Grocery." ... As Executor of A". R. Penny, I will on Monday, April 13, 1896, at public auction every thing embraced in his The Pantograph says that Matt Cohen, OiTcr for sale tho liorfcemnn, who married Jailer Wag- well selected ers' daughter last year, is now the papa of a pretty girl baby. WooLnruDQE Jellico Coal is again offered you at a reasonable price and with a satisfactory guarantee. Givo us a trial order. J. II. Baughman A Co. large and ... .. week. ifODli ) l:i 9 Danville Advocate. We have made a special effort on 124 cent wash goods and think Mi.ts Mamik Mooiik has returned from we have the largest and prettiest line of designs and colors ever seen Louisville and again adorns Mrs. Dudder-ar'in this section. In the lot arc Dimities, Organdies, Lawns, Percales, millinery storo. Dn. M. Lkb I'irKa, who has been pracPrinted India Linens and Linen Effects, in all about 200 pieces. Then wc have Irish Dimities, French Organdies, Plumities. Linen Batiste, ticing for several years atCopeland, Ind., has located nt Moreland. and other fine wash fabrics, in variety to please all tastes. Miss Adblk Feland has returned from the Crab Orchard d'stil-ler- , Hon. J. W. Alcoiin, the has posted notices stating that he Stanford attornoy, is at the Gait House will apply at the April term of court for Courier-JournMil. II. 0. Eaton and family, of Leb distiller's licenses to sell whisky. anon Junction, are visiting his sister, What aiiout your boy. You should Mrs. 0 U Coleman. buy auitB whbre you can get two pair Min YiRciiMA Bowman has returned pants and a cap at about the price for one home Niter a protracted visit in the West. pair panta and coat. You can buy them well-know- n J. W. Jambs, Consisting of Watches, Clock, Gold, Silver and Plated Ware. AH goods are of standard quality and may be depended upon. No cheap trash to be offered. This is a rare opportunity to secure the very best of goods at far less than their value. Stook of Jewelry, G. L. PENNY, Executor. al. I Have Purchashcd the Entire Stock of Dry Goods. Clothing, Hats, Shoes. &c, &c, from Hughes & Tate and will Close Out every thing in. stock at first cost without carriage. I invite all who appreciate fair dealing, courteous treatment and good goods at the lowest possible of aeveranceandson at $3.50 to a to 15 yeara. $1505 f . i 'I The Christian Endeavor Society extends a general invitation to its EaBter program and box supper at Turnorsvillo night, 4th, from 8 to 10 o'clock. prices to call and assist in closing out. Every thing will be sold for Admission only 25c, which includes a Cash or Country Produce at the highest market price. The services a Bttveral weeks' visit to relatives at box of good thinea enough for two. B. Cooper and C. E. Tate have been secured as salesmen, with of G. Richmond find Oloverport. Kecord Bhokbn. Engineer Tom llnr-le- y my personal supervision. Mits. It. G. Hail and son, Wearen, of broke the record between Corbin and Somerset, aro visiting her parents, Mr. Lebanon Junction Tuesday by running the 141 miles in five hours and 13 minuAt I2J4C, Ladies' Pecrlcs, Fast Black I lose full regular made and and Mrs. George D. Wearen. Miesea Mary Mhs. Ll'tiikk Guilts, full size, with double heels and toes. At 25c wc offer the kind that Maggie and Jennie Walker, of Garrard, tes. He pulled 23 loaded cara and hia time was nearly half an hour faster than is put up three pairs in a box to sell foi Si. They arc extra fine guagc were guests of Mrs. J. 0. Hays. tho passenger trains make. Mr. Hurley with double soles and toes and high spliced heels, in both tans and Joe H. Rout, 0! tho L. & N. with ia a whole horse at the throttle and if he hewdquarters at Lebanon Junction, blacks, Pcerlcs dye. At33,jCsomc entirely new ideas in narrow several days with his parents iiere. spent is given tho opportunity bo will cnt sev eral minutea off of his present record. Richelieu ribbed in Peerless, tans and blacks. Mna. John It, Winlock and Mrs. John If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before Sometiii.no new in the way of a con- making your selection. T. Ferguson, of Howling Greon, have G ZX tf.3l5 We can interest you in both goods and pri b?en visiting Mrs. It. II. Crow for tho cert will be given at Walton'a Opera ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $$ to $15. House Saturday, 4th afternoon and evepast week. The program will consist of Mhs. Anlik Knolbman is the bravest ning. woman that ever had a horse to run selections from the great bands, singers, away with nor. She stopped ono Wed- orators, chimes etc., faithfully reproduced upon tho new electric phonograph-grapbophon- e nesday like a true heroine. and correctly pictured on In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. Dauohman and wife have now showing a very complete line of new styles, fine OxWc are Mr. J. II. The progone to housekeeping in a portion of Dr. canyaa in life like motion. Special inducements t6 Cash Buyers. fords and 20th Century Shoes. You can and will find shoes just as Craig's residence. Mr. and Mrs. Ed gram ia one that will please everbody. In style, in quality, in finish, wc do not cheap as far as price only. The entertainment ia in charge of Mr. H. Carter will board with thorn. believe our line can be equalled in Central Kentucky. Test our Shoes Mr. JS. W. Mknefbr, of tho official A. Hughei, a noted electrician. Tho staf! of the D. & D. Institute at Danville, price ot admission la 25 cents. Reserved once and wc will make you our regular customer. camo up to bear Miss Miller and ex- seats 35 cents. Children holding special pressed himself more than paid for bia tickets, 10 cents. l .9 long drive. Yamces Smith, hiaaon, James Smith, Mn. Fountain I). Myers baa been here at Mr. Sim Wortham's several days, Jamea Plummer ana August Benz were Will sell you at the Lowest Cash Price where Dr. Peyton Iiaa been treating his tried hero Tueedav on the charge of cutarm, recently poisoned and ho is recover- ting and stealing timber from lands near ing rapidly, ilia wife ia also there. Mm. Manlky Tyiikk, who has been Ottenheim belonging to 0. F. Deane's living separate and apart from her hue heirs, but were acquitted on the grounds band, almoat since the day she waa mar- that they had been given the privilege Clin left last night to Notwithstanding the very unfavorable weather we have had, the ried,Tonn. Mr. Tyrea join him at her at of getting fire wood and had only gotten was to meet We will fill you orders from a new, Fresh Stock. ton, dress goods have been moving freely. Black goods are selling well Jellico and by this tune is no doubt bap it lor that purpose. The two Smiths were tried for stealing a house from the bigBunflower. and wc have no trouble in pleasing all comers from our big line'. The pier than a Gill, Mra. Joo Weisiger, lands of tho Doano heirs valued at $20 Mna. John Compounded by an experienced Pharmacist, day or night. new Scotch Cheviots for separate skirts for stylish tailor gowns arc Joseph Burnalde and Robert Kinnaird, and were diecharged. Tho younger took tho train hero yester- Smith was hold for trespass and wna fin'catching on" and arc sure to have a deservedly big run. Remem- of Lancaster, funerday for Barbourville to attend the W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. ber that we carry the largest line of dress goods in these parts and al of young Robert Burnaide, who waa ed $10. All of the parties live in tho killed by a follow named Sawyera. Rv. Ottenheim section. also have all the new ideas in trimmings to suit. II N. Fatilconernlso went and will Fox Oiiabk. Monday night, Mr. Be dill Chancellor caught n large red fox in CITY AND VIRIHITV. a atcel trap aet on his farm and Wednesday he brought him town for the huntcra Percales at Shanks'. We can't write an ad. without mentioning silks. We have a stock to have aoma fun. The animal waa not Skk Dnnka' pretty Easter window. apparently much hurt and when turned to be proud ol, prettier patterns and more of them than any, ex9 loose lit out at a lively gait. A acoro of cept the large city stores and we can beat them on prices. Silks Uluk and hlack aergea HtShanka', mounted men and many were Shirt Waists are more in demand this at every price from 25c to $2 yard. Many of the newest and finest Eabtkii noveltiee at Danks, tho jew on hand. A groat many in vehicleo been dogs had season than ever before. We have prewaist and dress silks arc in such large designs that we can not cut eler. brought together, but only fivo got well samples, but wc will sample all others. Dyes for rEaater e;nB at Warren & into the chase, which waa quite epirited pared for it and arc and ended in 0. E. Gentry'a Hnlda and Shanks'. Bailey Drye'a Pope, catching and killing ZiEGLEit ahoea are tiie heat. Buy at the fox noar Will Hays' on the Huston-vill- e Shanka'. pike. Tho dead animal waa then We know wc can save vou money on curtains and all kinds of Wiiitk seed oata for Bale. J. H. Bauch-ma- dragged throngh tho town, with the hope " of having anothor chase, but tho doga Good Percale Waists &Co. upholstery. Wc buy from first hands for cash and sell for cash 50 Cts. Stylish hata for Easter at Mra. A. A. wouldn't follow tho econt. "show you lines of Lace, Muslin, Point De Esprit, Better Goods and Better Made.... 75 Cts. only. Wc will Bkucs. Mr. John H. Engleman has A good line with attached and deIrish Point and Rcnaisancc Curtains at all prices. Full lines of Cre- McKinney'a. of inteieating relica which aro Ikon iikds aro tho fad. Withers haa a a number tached collars, black and tonnes, Denims, Corduroy, Damasks, etc., for hangings and furf ull of history and of which he ia very beautiful line. niture coverings. , white and colors 98 Cts. proud. Among them ia a aboil horn pricee on which his grandfather, Simon EngleWn will Rivo you the loweat man, brought with him when he moved mixed paint. Craig & Hockor. 9 9 9 from Pennsylvania to tho section now Nbw belt bucklea, shirt waiat seta, etc. known aa Hubble, about 100 years ago. have arrived. Danka, the jeweler. Mr. Engleman's father, Mr. John EngleThe above includes the new Persian Effects. 9 docs neithAll other thumbs draw and burst, but the "Cluse" A. A. McKinney before you man, used it for several decadea and the Skb Mrs. Some of the many advantages obtained by buying ready made is a present owner says it has called him to er. It seems a small thing but it makes the gloves fit right and nurchaao your Eaator hat or bonnet. m how the goods look made up, as well as save dinner many hundreds wear well and docs not add a cent to the price. Don't fail to try WKare not overatocked on saddles but al holes are worn in the of times. Sever- perfect fit. You see horn but it still worry and trouble of making. Come and see. a pair the first time you are in our store. If you don't like the our prices aro right. Try ub. HigRins& does aervico. An Indian war club, which fit after they are put on your hand, don't take them: McKinney. was sont to his father by a friend in Mis9 9. large size bill souri some 85 years ago, is another curiA nrw line of extra osity which Mr. Eugleman prizes highhooka juat received. Craig & Hocker, ly. It is a dangerous looking weapon, " Cash Druggiata. and by tho way, is the only one that gen 9 9 P. W. Gbkkn will apply county court tlomen keeps in his house. A large day for a renewel of hiB whiaky licenaa walnut chest which his father and grandfather both UBed is also in Mr. E.'s posat McKinney. session. Ho does know oxactly how long Found, a pair of gold spectacloa. Own- it has been in his family, but thinks it er can get them by calling at thia office at least 110 years old. It is still in a ' Is Receiving his this notice. and paying for splendid state of preservation, as far as Wb bavo constantly on hand cannel the timber in it is concerned, and looks and bituminous nut coals for cooking as if it will last another hundred years orao. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. purposes. J. H. Baughman & Co. Peerless, Fast Black Hosiery.. W. P. TATE, Stanford, Ky. CLOTHmGT"CLOTHiNGI Can Not Be Excelled. mi&m FOOTWEAR. m NEW mm ... W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. r DRESS GOODS. WALL PAPGH ADD PAIIT$. ZE3iEso:Ki:F5,x,:Eo:isrs SI ofll-ciat- o. s Mrt Waist Talk. Showing' a Splendid Line. LUGE IblU) 4 111J IS n Clo Patent Thumb Kid Gloves. . Best Goods Made, $1.25. SEVERANCE & SON. H. m ffgg ., hi 1 -- 0. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR 1 Danville, Kentucky. BFMIN(G AN SUMMER .I'lll'l! : ,,- - ,. v. t1 . .rf.i' !' ..IjSg .' t . !' " i" - W IIJllMliiliWWlil - o Semi-Week- ly M "t N I' f) j Regeneration is tho subject for FriDavid Hurst, of Richmond, while Surgeon yet. day night's' prayer meeting and Bible hunting ducks, accidentally shot ono of Is a eaudidite for Ccng'ess in this, the Eighth Every Tuesday and Friday Dentist, Published District, subject to tli act on of the Democtatu There will be EaBter services at the reading. nis legs off. AT vtrty. I m, Sunday. Christian church at 3 r. Don't For goodness Bake, dou't Tho Madison circuit court, which $2 FKK. VJCAK IX The arrangements have all been take tho advice of your Liberty ecribo begins next Monday, ha 293 criminal JOE WATERS W,5!sV.Wffi!; not so paid 3S.60 will be charged.WWhen completed and the architectural work nnd go to killing those poor, sinful weath caees on the docket. dii Hanging rork, four imlo Ironi Manfurd, at Office over McKnbertt' Drug Store in the Owsley nutUing UNE DOLLAR. Money finished for the erection of the college erprophots, for they hpve no doubt W. R Burton, of Lebanon, will rendered II. Pieasants,Cue hen services 4aro Stanford, Ky. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ere this or may perchanco tell us represent Central University at tho Lexhero and the managers hope to lay the I Train eare tanford at 7:1a a. m., returning corner atone about tho first of Mny. when it will rain some morn. ington oratorical conteet. I a:jop m. New goods of the latest stvlM just received Mr. F. S. Gooch went to Stauford A horse named "K, O." won a race The meeting at the M. E. Church Call In and sac- the Urgm anJ best .tttMlod line L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. South still continues with unabated in- Monday to have some work done on his at New Orleans Tuesday. He evidently Tnostoelholdws oftlu DtRvillo.V Crab Orch- ever brought lo Stanford. I'rtees as raw ss the terest. Several of the "big" preachers teeth. We think that was useless, unites was not named for tho Stanford nnd ard Pike arercueitrtl to meat at thu Klut XalKm-a- l lowest. Np, 14, Train coin: North.. . u 37P m Klcsatitlin Linens and Embroidery Material. liink In Smiiioru on Saturday. April 4 ily6, fur " . 3 3 m left for their homes Monday. No, id. " MI8S MCCIK l!KAZl.a.V, tho purpose of clceting directors for the miming Quite a grub is more plentiful at his houfu ttiau Richmond branch. " South . ..12 04 pn 13, tia. Stanford, Ky JACK llOSLk-Y" it is around our kitchen, but perhaps ho No.aj, . Coiumonweaith'fl Attorney Smith, of 5 td 15 p in number have profeassd "aanctification." l'rttldedt J. C. McKee, of the Londou Manu- is getting ready for the first buds of the 11th district, tells the Bourbon News QUEEN & CRESCENT. HOUSE facturing Company, reports that he has Spring. ,T. F. and J. M. Reynolds were that he sent 75 men to the penitentiary Trains past Junction City at follows: also in your city Monday on buBiuets. on his last round of courts. enough work on hand at present to keep P. B. KILI5Y. Proprietor, No. 1 South 11 37 a m No North 3 tf p m Mrs. Ed Sctlvner aud Mr. John Ball " -- .... 1.06 am 4 3 " James Thompson, James Woods nnd 1.40 p m the machines tannine for GO dnye. Most M ' ... .taoi in " 6 " London. - - - Kentucky. Asndinnltrtoref thnestaU' of ls Ann. 5 ij a m :::i 00 a m of tho work is for parties in nnd near have been visiting their aistor, Mrn. J M. Andy Maxwell, white, charged with I will "l at p .hln. m.li n at her late res " 8.40 pm " to 9 " I have moved to my new Hotel and aui ktttt) Reynolds, thiB week. Mr. D. W. Cald housebreaking, broke jail at Middlenbo- i.tcnrr, iU miles tr.m. Danville, on the Dantillc A Notr. Nos. 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur- - town. This speaks well for London. Manfoid pike, on hor than Junction City, nor on Sunday, 6reparsd than ever to accommodate the public The rain which has fallen continu- well's children urn thought to be a little ro mid mads their escape. attached aad every convenience da xStjG, mad. Give mt a call. William Ru&hpII Brluey won the oraously for a week or 10 days hai caused better at this writing. There are five oick FRANK RILIY, 71 the farmers much delay about getting now and Mr. and Mra Caldwell are al- torical contest at the Kentucky Univer- "cr pergonal property contisling of black sad die bred mare, tnfann mares, i 3 rar old brown out their crops and the mines through-oa- t most worn out. M. G. Reynolds is at sity nnd will represent that institution gelitlng, miling noise mule, a mare mule jearlniK hlly, I home Jwsey htil the county have had to close their Stauford tliia week, Bottling with the in the inter collegiate contest thoro 'rs, yirlink hull, coll, cowi, 1 farming t'ii, I (Mm ial, April :$ works on account of the ovor flow of wa- Bherifr, Mr. T. D. Now land. consisting of mitwint; machine, hay Or rake, (arm wagon and turne, plowt, J. G. Atkins Iihh swapped his house harrows, Ac Also spiln wagon, surrey and Tho hail and rain storm of last Sun ter in the banks. The section men of this place are on day did hut littlo damage here, but the and lot near IS'eedmorn to Mrs. Narcy C. harnex, and a giod lut ef huuxhuld and kiichtn OupikMwo miles Kast ol llustonville Coo furniture. tains a strike for the first time on account of rains of Monday and Tuesday caused the Adams for IS acres of land in and aiouud Al the same time aod place the change in their "hoes." Tho matter has streams to he higher tlinn for some time, Preachersville, and moved to his new The Farm of 70 Aoroe will bt Hontod 140 Tu tho highest and lcst kiJder for fie remainder Well improved and in an cscellent neighborhood not yet been referred to Debs, but in- nnd farmers are beginning to complain homo Wednesday. The farm is well Improve the Will S-- M . n. . ini.ll.. wi v.. In an interview published in the ol crassyoar has comfoitable ilwllinc I, most all l.atld lies Wfll mis or anr (at acounty . la the. quiries are being made for him, but about getting behind with oata sowing iu ami smTfl'arijy and coud piace t'ou 01 ,. outhouteo, also a splendid orihaid. I hero about -- uuiii Courier-Journaprobably since his late experience in nnd Sprinu plowing. We should not do John II. Thompson, of t acres whe.t which the renter will ;et i'o ciein siiick crocrrlcs and P"1 I'ajmenl In soma lfve town, or Terms All sums of Jio and under cast in "".'."".VC"1 part cash balance in five yeara" lime will sell fur jail ho will not be so reaiy to dictato to this hut ought to ba ready to work when Mercer, as good as admita that he is 6 months hnudjover that to run for Gougretta in this district. without interest amount a crisllt myalWln the or loncer if dcslrrd. Knrl itih..I). m,i&ui... 11 it does let up, though we poor mortals his followers. Necoliablo rtot on or addresa, h. KhNNKUV. Cltieens National Hank f Danville rsi,utppu of oj im liustooville, Ky. Londou Manufacturing Co. has con- are always making a fuss about things He is n free silverite. purchaser, JAMES II REYNOLDS, The ofliceis of tho London fair this td Administrator tracted with the Paris Company to build that aro uonu of our business, and do not "W. a hnndseme two storv brick building thank the Lord rs wo Bhould for tho year are J. T. Williams, president, Carl many bleesinga that we receive from Hanser, secretary, and R M. Jackson, adjoining their already handsome threo A New Making1 treasurer and geueral managor. Tho exstory house. But their business has eo Him. Absolutely Puro.f hibition will he held the iaet week in Hiring completed my course la extended within the last year that it the French FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. August an itual utter TaiUirmg System ot Cutting and IMttng A cream of tartar baking pow- will be compelled to have another my services to Frank Webster, alias Pierce, who der. Highest of all in leavening building. Dimensions, 2o x S3 feet. The Cow and calf for sale Joe Willimau, came to Richmond a few months ago, strength. Latest United States upper etory has been purchased by the Jumbo. : : JCv. feelmj can please .Masonic fraternity of this place for a J. II. Tepples bought of J. 0. Pop- with n stylish blonde, was arreted on n And Vicinity, work aasuied that I In the rear Office oa .Main Stteet, Government Food Report. t 01 be f mud them with my Opposite the requisition from North CHtolinu, charg- of Mrs. Kate I)u 'derar's Mildnrry sure ami will and ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., lodge roomlodgeswill be one of the most ples a gelding for $100. say line tliwse ihig woik handsome in Eistern Kentucky. Riley Grunnau won ?o0 000 ou ouo ing him with nbwlouiue his wife, which be7 Rial to mail on MIIS WM (ihElt. in If Stanford 100 Wall Stroot, Now York. is a felony in that State. Webster had The lower story will be used by the Far-i- s raco at Hot Springs Tuesday. Company as a store room. UITI Jesse Lynn bought of N. W. Samp jut purchased the Richmond Hotel and CAkKOLL IIAllKV Proprietors of...... eon n bunch of cattle averaging S75 lbs. at was preparing to run it DBfSTE, NEWSY NOTES. MifH Kate Helm, daughter of Mr. 2jc. STANrOKP, KY. l'roprselues Thompson Bros, sold to B. F. Rob- and Mrs. J. K. Helm, of the Cove Spring Ten persons were burned to death Call on W inson a small lot of mountain cattle at neighborhood, dietPMondny of conmimp-tion- . in a fire in Brooklyn. iniifir? Z",1 Cl buggiesl!reo Ut U wc " Mrs. L. A. Brady, and lionet, Tho deceased lipd bettn a confirmate 2 J c. prepared to furmah The gold reserve reached $12S,711,-93ed invalid for nearly a year, but had Miss MollieJWare. SI AN FOR I). KY Tho Richmond Climax Bays that highest mark during the present the FIRST-CLAS- S Rooms over M. D. Elmore's atore, Stanford, Ky. herButreringa with patient, chris TURNOUTS llotsts handled under Sad Jle and In HaraeM. Thomas Phelps and J. W. Caperton administration. pritpaied lur saIc totdtters and Oss short rwtice The tr.vrlmg tiau fortitude Mm waa a devoted mem aitt The insurance people have adjusted bought at Red House 150 barrels of corn sadolr boughl and oid on nmniunii Good -- .always ready and Vutn,,h willing her of the Chriptian church. The hall mile tract and tnt sta!l la the country, a the loss on E. B. Nugent's storo in Louis at $ 1 25. either tiugle or double, or Ca tn . a of a Uihds at very LOW sympathy of many friends !h extended to I'RICtS. Th Jeeee F. Cook and II. 0. Glass will ville at 5S7.000. boysm and ar wild town will 6od p.. to deal with btati wllriu, wh,nu, ,hc p eell a number of stallions, brood mares, the bereaved family. Eld. J. S. During the first quarter of 1S9G 197 ID towual J rur her.e and v.. held short nervices over the reThe ladies of Stanford and vicinity hare dee'd-o- j now industries were established in the work stock, jacks aud jennets at Monti-cellnice will be well tared for. ON IMl'KOVKD KAItMS to help their husbands save tnony by buying mains at the grave in tho Djnyilio . COOl'KR Monday, April 27th. their hat. and bonnets of Mrs. Kate Dudderar Southern States. Mrs liouie Stable, Manferd, Ky j7 cemetery Advocate. this season. Cone In Friday and Saturday and In Liucoln county. Ky.atd per cent . semi an Tho Patchen Wilkes Stock Farm Co. The American Telegraph Co. forbids nual interest; no commission charged Adrsns its meFBenger boys wearing whiakera in will be represented on the turf this year CiKO W. JiANY Kom 17, Kenyo liuildin, I ouiavillc, Ky For blabk appHcauunl ar by Bo Sure, 2:00?; Beuzetta, 2:00J; Angle QVfer? We have one of the handsomest lines of Millinery New York city. Atther iMfurmation, In jir ol J N auttderi, fr ever brought to this place. Do nut forget the torney, htanlord, K. Thomas J. Branigan, a crazy detect- D , 2:07; Miss Rita, 2Mf, Josie B , 2:KJ, Dress Muting Try tho Tailor System. ive at Corning, 0., fatally shot his wife and others. M. n t)1JI)DFRR. KATE DUDDERAR, Manager. The 210 cavalry horses that have SPRING, I89G. and then blew his own braina out. Falls Branch Jcllico Goal, Hon. Thomas S. Pettit was thrown been shipped from Danville brought on J V. McGINNIS. Blue-Gras- s J. V. COOK Aim thai it will be t ike Imere.t of everybtdy'J In charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. from a wagou on his farm in Daviess average of f 145. L. U. Hudson bought ,f"d ,,e, our c,e" I'asurall' Nut Ccaf P L. county and his right leg broken in two most of them and he had to scour neariy " t Pa, tke cash at Hit .11. t1 All kinds of Kiult anJ Ornamental Trees, sell at lheldw.il Y. f?!SEHSS)TiaA...o a dozen counties lo find them. in , , places Mirubt S.nall Krmt, Asparagus, (irape Vines, trtce. Come and sec us irM iBr'ivLLr-' tj. &c. No agents Hay illicit and save mcHey . n cinders. v!?1 .V"1 T411 reJ Frank Uollzclaw bought of Mrs At San Francisco the unhappy wife rails llranchiicu. I all. Utarich Sut i,e: In Mrawberryand genera catalogues on application DANVILLE, KY., N to H. K IUI.1.KNMK , Norlt, le'll, KK, i1"-"'- " of a jeweler turned on the gas while her Charles Martin 20 acres of land on the (or Telephone t; Ismi prices are cti Coal delfiered l.tiingion, Ky in All Kinds Builder and Dealer Rush Branch pike, just this side of Mr. or Loal at our house chargea are one cent less husband was at the lodge aud killed hor-- s of Carriages. G. C. Given', at $00. Tho improvements NO EI. A M)N. .'If and three chiidren. Rroal-in- g a Spoelatty. Work d:ne f nd warrant-dorIIKOISTIZIIKD. Senator Call introduced e joint reso- consist of i. dwelling and outhouses. when cl Ki cive sttiif.tion. All irk irk i D. IS. Prewitt bought of Brent Bar-n- et BY SECOND J KWJ.L IS. lution providing the sending of war ships r, & Co oa solicited. ivcred. Yur patronage 25 sheep at ;2 00 each with 27 lambs to Cuba to put an end to tho murders Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. Kontucky. thrown in. T. L. Lilian! also bought SO Kir STAN FOR I), KV and other atrocities there. This fancy saddle btnllion will make the Is new fully organised aod icady lor sheep from Col. Underwood at the came season of 1M) at our btahle Logan county is now on the list of busmen wltk mile from : Jr. : i Cuarantna drys. Adairville, the only place in price with 37 lambs tbionn in. Advo- Millcdgoville, Lincoln county. Ky . on the lar. Prices reasonable. work in every par'tcu Paid up Capital of - Ilaahadi) years' expe$200,000. which whisky has been legally Bold in it cate. 91 jm Stanford and Milledgcville pike. Owing rience. Surplus, . 20,000. The descriptions and pedigrees of to thu scarcity of money, we will stand for years, went dry by 9 votes. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Royal King, owned by him SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL Grant, tho son of Wal'ace Dare and 1JANK OK STANiORD, Offers hit services o the people ol West Lin- - Honry W. Moore, of Rushville, Ind fell Joe E. Farris, appear in another ccluimi. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Now closing up! with the saint assela and I run iui u. ,uu.u headforemost into a bucket of boiling The former is a eon of Chester Dare, Law, coin ana sjasey wiauutfc Attornoy undsi tHe same mauagtment. and Caskets always on hand. Money due whun colt conios or mare is ijy proviskni of Its chatter, depositors are as 95 while the latter is a full brother to those I 8 Carpenter, Manager. water and was scalded to death. - lull, protected as aio depositors in NaUoaal parted with. Mnros grazed or fed at Uanks. iu ihiiehoM... h..JT. 1..1.1 Thecaml to connect Lake Superior great Baddlers, Silver King aud AllieG. CALL ON luolc to the encnt ol the amount of their stock Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court rates Not responsible for ncci with the Mississippi will cost $7,000,000 See them before you breed therein at the par value thereof, la addition lo the House Collections reivve ...pciia! attention 5 amount invested in such shares. It may act as Don't fil to read tho de'sniption dents, hhould any occur tt $10,000,000, and Congress will bo ask Gilt Edge ii beautiful red sorrel, llay a"nd!vrdu.mmi,Ul,'' ,rU,,,,C( A- M f" ' and pedigree of Gilt Ivlge "01, the eplen- THE HUaTLlNC INSt RANCH MAN, ed to make appropriation for it, STANFORD, KY., To those who entrusted their buisincis to us mnue and tail, lo humid it indies liiirli. The big trees of California have late- did saddle stallion of Madison Saudidge while mnaglng lie Lincoln National Hank ol Cents. ly been I'ocket Key Checks by Mail lor only T,' r'"e tt"iet our nn,' tJ ' counted, and it is found that & Sou, of the West Eud. He is a grand wh foaled Sept. fl, lSb'0, and is a perfect For Hacifaee ana Kev Checks. Metal Checks of ,,li,r.?,l., cooltBU transact tkeir bunneac all kibds, liadco, Do: License Checks, Key there are 2,075 still standing Tho larg- individual, well bred aud bretda fine, saddle lioro. edit Edge wiw showed a a Who represents the Old Reliable MUhigan Mutu- with us, otfeiing as a guarantee fer prompt alias. Kings, Chains, Arc Stamping on Metal and genand touk the sweepstake prem- al Ifc luswrasce Co., of Detroit Mich, can tion to aame.our twenty years' o.pcrioace la well gaitcd saddles that nll for biz eral repairing. Shop over M. I. Elmoifi's store, est is 33 feet 0 inches in diameter. andas liberal accg.iinodaUons at are wine ium at Kirksville and Danville and in his ance. you alt the moat favorable plans ol fnaur S6 Stanford, Ky. with sound banking. Josh Simms, a farmer, was given a money. His season fee tins year is only lie aso represents the old reliable Central own ring at HarrHllitirg Tlioe who Tobacco Warthoust of Louissille, Ky., aad will severe beating by whitecaps near Dun 510. OIHECTOKS: liberal share of yuur patronage. want to breed ton good saddle btalliou are be clad to havetoa confer all the favora that can be J J. Williams, Mt Verrwa; Will be leady can, Mercer county. He was charged . H Shaukt, btanford; Uuclilln'e Arnica Halve. given by any warehouse Liberal cash with immorality and neglecting his fam- - The bust salve in the worli for cuts, bru less coidially invited to look at our hone and niadou consignments, Injth in the war- J.S. Owsley, Stauferd; F. BARKER, Proprietor, sue him move. nouse aim country. J ily seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever mores tetter, chapwin ue at Mauioid ntiy S J. Kubry, Stanferd; court day, I'aitica wantuif; hoshsMdi, prises or and all skin eruptions ped hands, lie was Mred by Second Jewel, he by money should address inu at 1'aliit Lick, Ky, Five Cuban prisoners were garroted at positivelychilblains.corns no pay repuired. it is J. II Owsley, Sianlordj - cures piles, or at Havana. Tho execution was conduct- luaranteed to cive perlect satisfaction or money Cunningham'b Jewel, he by old Washing- Prompt attention guaianteed. ts 6m J.JK Casu, Stanford; ton Denmark. cents per Rati TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. William Gooch, Stanlord; ed in such a bunglbeome and barba- refunded. Prico i$druggist. box For sale by V. li. McKubiris, His llrst dam Minnie by McDonald's A. W. Carpenter, Millcdgevills, 'Jd dam by Wolli.' rrusatlcr. his 3D. Ilalcorn . Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large rous manner that spectators sickened at Did You Ever. Cumuntii, Preachers ille nuCommodiouxampie Kooms. first dam by Stonewall Jncr'aon, ho by the sight. S. H.'.Shankt, President, OF HUSTON VI LLK. connected by Electric Bells. as a remedy foryoir trou Washington HaJIaand oifice Try Electric Hitters Denmark, he bv Black Prompt aud polite- service to guests. Dr.y.ll. OwsJyCashier, Easter Anderson, his wife and threo bles? If no:, net a bottle now and get relief. 47 bis first dam by Crubitder, he by Will carry a full lino ol genuine Oliver Chilled found to This medicine has Plows, Sliver Slcel Plows and repairs for the ,w M "rfeht, Teller. children were drowned in Lee county, ad pled tothc relief been cure of all be peculiarly Old Whip, L'd dam n Rocky Comand Female Mountain (laloand other leading larming Implements, 'I he in STANFORD Va., by a flood in Powell's river, which plaints, exerting a wonderful direct intlience you nunc Walter A. Wood Mower and It aper Machines, If streUKth and tone to the orgies Cultivators of the best quality, bst Hugiiie lor MADISON SAXD1DGE & SON, swept down upon their house and carri- gmn?Loss of Appetite. Constipation. Ifeadachu have tne uinney, Phaetous, .Sutie) and Carriages of NATIONAL BANK : COLLEGE. Fainting hpells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Ki citFEMALE ed it away. Millcdgoville, Ky the richcbt Qualities and Innciett and latest sKles. able, Melancholy or troubled with D zay Spells, '1 he best grade of light buggy harness an I tho OF STANFORD, KY. trie medicine you STANFORD, KY. Hayden Armstrong, of Shelbvville, tlecinc miters is guaranteed by need. Health theper grades Cellars, hatues, bridle for its use. Only and Strength are purposes, urecenm.' mi s'rap worx 01 an kiod Ind., became suddenly insane and waa jo cent, a bottle at W. II. Mc Roberts' Drug Storo. uruitureof all discretions. Trunks, bags, Hav Capital Stock WILLIAM SHELTON, President. : a'tempting to kill his mother with an ax cling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove It will be an agreeable surprise to persons subnnd stov natures, ttc. nil ot wimh he incites Surplus MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. wnen neiguuors C3iue to Mrs. Arm- ject to attacks ol bilious colic to learn that prompt By the Great ClieMer Dare. )our attsntion aud iuapection aud promise to deal renei may uo nau uy taxing unamoeriain s uouc, justly and act honorably with you In all transacWiis Emma L. Martin, residing Teacher in the strong's rescue. Attention of the public la inviir.t i,. In many inCholera and Diarrhoea Kemcdy. tions SiudTlIall; IhI dam Daisy by Wallace Denmark. ,be SuSforJ bo prevented by taking 80 tf Draddy got into a stances the attack may the first V. S. CARI'KNTKIt. lnder the provisions of the National in Bank Ac. Miss Mary Cowen, Principtl ot the Music 2d dam by Dick Elmore. symp.oais of the this remedy as soon as Hustons ille, Ky. depositors are secured by fight at Newport. He fired three shots disease appear. stock, but by the stockholdersr Iiiblhty canlia! 3d dam it fine naddlu maro. a, 35 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Craig A Hock. amount equal to the stock, so that Miss Mary I'. Harris. Principal of the Depart- at his antagonist and received a terriblo cr, Stanford, Ky. this institution are secured by a fuuj o'fWooo Wallace is a dark brown, 15 hands ments of Art and Elocution. bsating without having inflicted any Hva awoni statements of high, "foaled in 1832 Has 111010 stylo than are made each yearto tho thocbndition of thVatl An Affidavit. United States Next Session will Begin Wednes- damage on the other man. its assets are eaaminedat Was successI walked to any horse in this paction. This is haw S. C. Henson and Lee Hurley drug- Meltck'i to certify that oo May nth crutches and day, January 22. druz store on a pair of ful in many rings, both uaddlo and har Furniture Stained and Varnished ged tho eon of Jailer Page at Dixon, took hoiiirht n bottle of Chamberlain's I'ain Halm for at the inflammatory rheumitism which had crippled roe ness, last year. Per terms. He, send for Circular cr call at the the prison keys away from him and at- up. Alter usinf three bottles I am completely College. tempted to liberate Sam Smith, but they cured. I ran cheerlully recommended II. Wetxel, Sunbury, Ia. s Sworn aud subscribed to before uie on August Bavgiimin. W. IlACCllMAh. were arrested and jailed themselves. J U.S. Leave Orders at Penny's Drug 10, 1894 Walter bhiproan, J. 1'. Full brother to Silver King and tho Thomas Stone, of Fayetteville, N. O For sate at so cents per bottle by Craig it MockStore. great show marc, Allie G. went down into bis well to fled a watch er, Stanford, Ky. a Vikcent Gker, Stanford. 5 By On Time he had dropped in it and was overcome During the winter of iSjj. F. M. Martin, ol riforxiKTORsLong Reach. West Va., contracted a severe cold 1st dam Molly Mount7, by Cnbbell's The Directory of this Bank is composed by gas. His son went down to see why ol speaking 01 whic.l left Jorestua Ileid, Lincoln county; Lexington, iVC. SALE uh uiu uoi return, anu met me same late, cou cured ithtm wiiu a cough. Inseveral kindshow t REVERY, he says: ' I ustd lie of Imperial Pekin Duck Eggs For S.T. Harris, Lincoln; Gov. Atkinson, of Georgia, has h a light bay with some white Sale. Dottle orcaTbSrcrghrmUrw'n'ich" J. II. Colhei, Lincoln; granted a 30 days' respite to Aleck Carr, relieved tne almost instantly, and in a short time mums, 10 minus mgu, ioaicti in isuu. lie J. W. Hayden, Stanford; who confessed that he had been sham brought about a complete cure." When troubled The lVttin Ducks are the most popular and - - Kentucky. ming In his pretension of Insanity. Peo- with a cough or cold use this remedy and you wi.l is the best saddle stallion in Kentucky. S. II. liaughnian.1 Lincoln ; a white or a profitable ot all ducks, inoy are J.S. Hocker, Stanford; ple believe the confession is another evi- not find it ueces ary to try several kinds before Above horses will make tho season of creamy white color, with orange legs and yellow you get relief. It has been tn market for over ao v. a. i rlbble. Stauford; bills. Their Main points are; mam moth years and constantly grown id favor and popular 18DG at my stnble 1 miles from Stanford beautiful feathers, large number f egits laid,sin, a call. Nothing out dence of insanity. are II you need livery five us M. D. Elmore, Stanford: The anniversary of tho birth of ity. on llustonville piko, very hardy and easy to raise. To oue knowing turnout will leave our stabis. bee ut For sale at 15 and 50 T. P. Hill, Stanford; the Pekin duck, it seems that so many Thomas Jefferson will be celebrated at Hocker, HUnlord Ky. cents per bottle by Craig & fcirntcs. In our are common K. L. Tanner, McKlnney ; miftaken Monticello, Va., on April 13 by a gathAt $10 to Insure Living Colts. email,that ducks ducks haveraised. Ittoisa a pond or a a:cess must idea M. J, Miller, Mt. Varnnn BLACKSMITH SHOP. ering of prominent democrats Speeches Hugh Edwards whs fatally shot by Isticam. Thoy need no water except to driak, tho' J. 8. Hocker, President; Not responsible for accidents. they enjoy an occasional wash We have a tine, will be mule by Raeeell, of Maesachus- - a man natns.il Hnrrlnnn at Hnnnn'n Itan work aval aatiifactor Will guarantee ' large dock to furnish aiock or eggs fiom. Eggs Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; ettp, ana senator Daniel, ol Virginia. tunnel. daces Tiy our borsa shoer. JOE E. FARRIS. lor sale by JULIUS NEGRO, Stanford. MeKInney, Ant. Cathtu any interior Jourm LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. WAYNESBURG. f OF A LOCAL NATURE. The peach crop is not damaged J. S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRIOR, Stanford, Ky. mm TURNPIKE ELECTION. TO THS1 jkADIJSS - 1 J"'. , PublicSale and Renting THE RILEY M - gi-o- Thursday, April jt 1 ROYAi 1 1 1 Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange. 1 1 1 1 1 Acres of Fine Land, w m l, .,-,- 1 1 'l'ti 111 AKlN5 go-in- ,: ! -.- & POWDER DB. B. PEinSTT", fan FsiillisU. 1 The Ladles of Slaniortl, oentlst, Stanford, Poit-Offi- c Drags Making, Satisfaction Guaranteed. B.IX,B5T & !. GEO. B. COOPER, s!" Livery and Feed Stable. G, Training and bale Stable Vlru-cli.- s Perfectly Wonderful. I'rJJw-waron- s. Kin-dric- MONEY To LOAN 1 o ,. Buy Your Easter Hats. w Coal, Coal, Goal 1 Nurseries. THOMAS SHAW, 2 i.r ?. 'hl '.""", !" 1 GILT EDGE 261. 1 e Bricklayer Kirst-CIas- Stonecutter Farmers BanfafcTrast Stanford, T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, three-year-ol- d "w. s. btjuch:, at Stanford, Kentucky. .... F. G. BRADY, -- 11 C- t )l ' 1 coa-lite- m BARKER HOUSE, advance-men- 1 Somerset, Kentucky. 3. CAPSITTEH,, W.-H- Don-inat- k, FIRST far-1- CHESTER DARIl ..:... Nnal 8100,000 23,700 ' I Painting and Papering. , ., govern-menta- nd it.-C- has. ROYAL W KING, VERY tOWEST PRICES. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- feH.5S.K?lpSW. gsftea tsssfsga& FEED & STABLE, Stanford, ss lint-cla- T- first-cla- J fcjJMMt.syAVaMw