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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896041001 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. fi EMI W EEKLY IN TERIOR JOURNAI .J; STANFORD. KY.. FRLLTAY. APRIL iO. 1896. IN THE VOL. XXV. HUSTONVILLE. NO. 12 -- t k f A V (M v n V v"1 VI Bweet music. The boys haven't practic MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ileal but by fair time they will Liiikktv, Kv, April 7, 'UO. -- Monday lmI a country around PnesitiK through thu Though thoy lmv"n lhat old Liberty will ho of thn devastation waa a big dy at Liberty ami an units-- ' hero evltloncea have been courting ever hIiicb the ono Hro,,d of. wroiiKrit by the Iboila of lust Kumlay ft itally large crod abb on baud. It was other fihort Tl'" fJommercial Hank is running along woro knee breeehPH nnd beginning of b;g court, the day for tho week ago appear ploulifuliv. dresspa and everybody thought they the holding of the run.iuhcin onnvoti- - '""otlily and nuking money. Tuern In Tim rreabyterian parKOiiaue ia aomn day, the marriage of Bl It l II duillHIld for loilHH unit (laltlllMr W0U"'H l.. .... company, our fruit linn liriru.. ul.,n-- .1... dobted to tho Ream Warren &i .... era are 'G A PrMiitfln.lMii.l.m..unilmi.. William Carroll StianVn, of ., and nuraury mon, for a number of valua- paper men ere as tick as Shanks' Mpdel Grocery, and us Nora, ,miiniivih..ii.' ble trees ami grape vines with hich to supposed to bo in tho Plutonian regions. f u, B...i w.il y old trlen.l, U.K. Coden. manager ; ornament and mako more homelike the but strange to Hiy there was no patent. " iU U., . , ia still tho hustling , , , ' , meuicine iiimii on the eronnds. The dav premiHea. pii iivHiirpnse, ss tniiy riin giiameii ineir hustllug tradera, waHasuechB to moatof us and particu-- ' ,,lll"tM "1M" "' ore- He can Hell niOJO) pecrt Alton & Lyone.our bo well thm evt'n our alert report",hKh I,'h'' oiee about it than continue to buy the farmer'B Htock and larly to the newspaper evMngeiists, and it K"("'H 'u,,, ers did not citfh on to i till too late for ,ivi,,kr Hhlp it notwithstanding tho hard tltnea PoBtniBfclerJ W. Whlpp don't have to Hnv ,I,H" n enlargn his ollice It will h u surprise to " W '''"'Ihjifl in building an addition last ihsue. Th cretnonv occurred at tho Saturday they ehippod to Cincinnati his already lame Madam me. large hunrh of cattle, ahirp and Iioh. Tho republican convention waa a big 1lllll,f') that Oi Portiumi and a Casey Glvena Um been quite Mrs. Xincy . 'I with a violent at- thing, but harmony was oouapicu-.ii- s for co,,nly buty are to marry oouii and alckforaeveraldavH nd hlury of it. e,,"y lh" absence. Col. Silas Adams, tack of neuralgia involving the right eye Middleliurc baa the fittest boy in the and right elile of her face, but in now man F. P.Combost.Jodgo Ueldenandoth H" ii Fred Durham and although Mra McUarly ers were for MeKlnley for nremdtm and SlH,,' thought to be Improving Gov. Bradley for tho second placp, while 0ll' - '0,d " ,! '" liP "'" beam at 201 b!ui baa been. is some butter than Special Easter nprvlci'H wore held at Superintendent Taylor, Sam Rector and P"nua. lie ia as hciivh hh tne nvemge tho Christian church last Sunday, Prof. a hall dtz mothers thought it should bo, '0,Ua "Mils age Unit hia corpulence I'inkerton tireachlng an able eermon up- - Hradley first, Inst and all the time. Tho aetna to bother him nit in tho least E. C. W. nronriate to tho day. It was at one time first named gentlemni had things their Ruv. Henry Morrison own way, however, and rsolutiona en-- ' reported hero tliBt prTTiUTV ntHuuTi LUHUUN, LAUREL CUUNTY. was coming to hold n meeting in this dorslng Bradley's administration, butde-- . Master Jarvis Ja kson entertained place, but ho has slnco said that he could daring for McKlnley Hnd Bradley for and vico president wunt thi "frying eizi" find no timo to uiva a dntu to our to wu. Saturday night in Horace llohon, one cf Cane 'a bright tliroiu-- in n hurry, only four voting honor of his birthday. Ho was HESieted ' young men, gave au entertainment with against it. Col. Adams in his speech said by his sister, Miss Mame, w ho is quite his phonograph last Saturday night at that ho wanted It distinctly understood a charming little nomese. Miss Mrtie Wilds, of Lancaster, i tho Haptlat church. Horace has a splen- that ho did not endorse Gov. Bradley in did instrument and is up to date in IiIh callingout the militis, 100 strong, to visiting Mrs. Maggie Jackson. Miss ' the Hon. Jack Ohiuri, He paid a tha Johnson is visiting friends ami HolectioiiB and spares no pains to make tribute to T"m Reed and a lid aliycB in tow n Chad. M R mdall left for his audiences enjoy the performance. he w ao hia choice for president, but be- - Frankfort on Siturday, where he Iibb a Those desiring to give b church this kind would do well to that McKlnley would be tho man position TIIH IIRIDK. Elder J. W. Mastere, of Corbln, was who could and would carry tholr banner communlcato with him. town. He will fill, his appointment 'in What Ib tho matter with tho Liberty to victory. reaidence of tho bride's parents at S:30 in After tho convention I heard a heated t the Christian church Sunday morning the presence of the members of the two authoritieb'' They are taxing our cltizina heavily whenever they catch 0110 in discussion between two of Casoj s biggest nd evening. MisaXelho Hacknoy ro-- , familes which the ceremony united, and town. This week Marshal Davera went republican guiiB in which a county coin turned homo from Cincinnati Monday whs pronounced by Rev. J. T. Sharrard. to Liberty on business and they pulled mitteematiB dd that Gov. Bradley deserted Hnd .Mr. Will Hackuoy came homo from Then after congratulations and good him for carrying a gun and iHieaned a his colors at Eminence, had given Caey Lexington. wishes had been spoken the newly wedline agaiimt him. Also recently they county tho cold flhoulder on every occas- EiHter was the loveliewt day of the ded drove to tho St. Asaph Hotel, w here taxed Will Rout IIG, 'tis so said, for pass ion, never visited it iu his campaign, and year. Th3 air was still and tho bud ahono for tho present they will make their ing through on Sunday with an empty while he supported him for governor he brightly and a more beautiful Jay could home. Tho groom ih the eldest son ol wagon on his way to the lumber hiIIIb. sincerely hoped lie would not have have hardly be imagined. TnoEister Bervic Mrs. Lou Shanks, who 19 tho widow of If this Is kept up our people will have to vote for him again for anything , ta by the V P. S. C. E.at the',Christiau the Iato John 11. Shanks, aud haa lately and considerable stock Jr. tho There is vervlitllt btisintsa to bo done churcJi were very appropriate and entered into a profitable busints-i- . He is court and the docket, which is tho prehsive, considering tho limited time juat 20 ytars of Hge, but has shown his There will bo a change in thn man- for preparation. capacity for his chosn work aud will we agement of thn Weatherford Hotel this lightest for years, doea not contain a iiiurd Carlisle's letter concerning hia are sure, follow in the footsteps of hia Speed, who has been mine dercase. Few lawyers are iu attendance week. Wm. court will hardly last through the didauy for president meets tho approval father's honorable career in the mercanfor the past year, retires from the host of all good and true demoemta. Should tile world. The bride is a beautiful little week. an business. Sirs Speed Tho democratic county committee held ho be the nominee be would certainly bo blonde of winning manners and much I) Carreputation as luwtteaa a hard man to beat. Kentucky is proud attractiveness, aud as it 13 lovo that makes penter and wifuawtume control of i.ir..im a meeting Monday nnd elected Mr. W. Lovfng, of so gifted a sou. Cluveland wisely said: the world go round, we hope and believe aavlng that this P. Keeney, chairman, and J. W. which Is rqijivalftit to Both are good selections "Carlisle, you aro a platform within the union will prove a most felicltioua old mul popular hoiim- - will loae none of secretary and with the assistance of an always yourself, one. Mra. Shanks gave a nice supper in its prestige ami that a clean, aoft bed and Preachers, drummers,, visitors in honor of the pair Tuesday night, to democracy they nhouid. a first rltss meal are ever at the disposal hard workini! and I verily believe will, pull Casey out j iFnmirnl unit ull ftiu i.lft'yutiu o.r.wi lliaf which a few intimitu friends were inviof the tired and hungry Hauler of republican mire she haa been in for London is the bfst town morally and ted. May the rosiest dreams of life toMiaa Mary Thompoon, who is doing ' religiously in tho Suto. A drunken, gether be realized by tho youthful couple much to build up our public school, and the past several years. At the meeting of tho telephone com- - or disorderly person is about an rare oc- - and may they ulwaya bless the day which who is greatly in nerd of map, g'obh Long Dis-- currenco as a republican governor in saw them united. and other school furniture of that sort, pany Monday, tho Hunning tanco instrument waa selected and Prof Kentucky and protracted meetings havo MisaSara Pinkerton Helm, daughter benhas decided to have a lecture for tho become "bone ami sinew" of ua. Should of Mr. and .Mrs G.T. riilm, and Dr. L. l Eddy, of D.invllle, waa awarded the conproceeds to bo efit of the school, the It is thought tho sad fate of "I never knew you" ' be- O. Wadsworth, of Newport, will be marat indicated above. Prof. Merman, tract of puttingiifthe line up by May 1st. fall a Londonlte, it certainly will not be ried WedneHday, April 15th, at the it will bo operation a distinguished whniar and edticatoi, of that on account of opportunity, or religioua home of Mr. and Mrs. Holm, in Danville Tho horse show was not up to the avwill deliver ills faiuouB lecinfluence. Miss Pinkie is a moBt lovaolo girl and ture on tho ' PleasureH and Pains of erage in number, but the horses oxhibi-e- d There waa a meeting of coal opera- - will fitly adorn tho home of her proa Apri' wero good ones, J. Steele Carpenter Teaching" at the Christian church. torfl of this county at Pittsburg to tako pective husband, who is a successful 17. for tho benetU of our public school. ahowed Lexel and his ton, Mcrry,.KBi R gelding; Charlie some steps iu regard to arranging the young physician and highly respected The higheMt compliments of thu preps handsome for ensuing year, bescale of hao been showered on both tho lecturo Bowman droyo Grady Wilkes; Jesse Bell ginning prices thethe of May. Nothing citizen. Advocate. 1st about A dispatch from Hopkinsville, M. K. HumKy., ami lecturer. Admission '25c. Let nil showed Moscow Denmark; of phrey, "Mess," and George Rador, a definite waa decided upon and tho meet- says that Dr. Andrew Seargeant and attend and participate in tho pleasure ing adjjurne J until Tuesday, the Slat. Lizzie Brown, the divorced wife of Dr. handsome saddle stallion. the evening and help a good cause. The Green River railroad will start up It iato be hoped that something can be W. K. Nisbit, of Mdisonville, were mar Ltdt Tmaday night n burglar bold done to prevent tho dreaded strikes. It ried Wednesday. Dr. Seargeaut himself tried to open the door leading to the up again in a few weeks and tho Yosemite is a very eiBy thing to strike, but for was divorced a few weeks Hgo. of stairs clothing department of Charles people are jubilant. There aro lots Editor A. A. Strange, of the Colum- helped lumber ready for shipment over that line helpless women and little children to Wlieeler'u store and entering is iia Spectator, was married in Louisville took Mr. Wheel- and when the raturna come in for tt sutler is a very serious matter. Such hlmstlf. How much he the nitural consequence of strikes, yesterday to Mi?s Emma Tate, a pretty er dorH not know, but he ut least got ono times will be easier in thn section. If it young lady of that city, Hiid here's a suit, which he put on and wore on", us lie waa not for the lumber trade and penOF A LOCAL NATURE. bumper to their long lifo and happiness. kindly left his old huh under tho houeo sions things would be mighty dull in the At Medina, O., Sunday, Vernon and The State of Casey. Tewmey, aged 73, died in MerJerry identification. for purposes of Vertal Stair, twins, married Idona and I saw the two gold bricks that Mr, cer. were thought by Mr. clothed left behind Jim Mulliua waa run over by a car Irena Repp, also twins, and people are Wheeler to belong to a colored boy who Harve McAulnch paid f 100 for a number wondering "what will the harvest be ?" has been working for Mlsa Mollio Har- of yeiru ago and had quite a chat with at Grays aud both legs cutolT. A beautiful and wealthy Georgia Anderson Chenault, aged 55, died mon. Mr. Wheeler thinks he got very the old gentleman iu regard to his purgirl waa shot down iu cold blood by a authorities, na chase, Ho ia not at all sensitive on tho suddenly at hia homo iu Madison. cold comfort from tho Tho electric light plant at Lebanon jta'ous lover, in tho prebeuco of the wiien ho stated hlfl case, thoy gave him subject and rather delights in telling of man who, he Ritpposed, was her choice. if ho would pay all how ho waa sold. He says ho does not was sold at commissiouore' aalo for to understand that It cost f 30,000. expense of hunting, in addition to his regret the loss of inoney at all, becaiiBO tho HUBBLE. E K. Wilaon and W. O. Catching, lois already sustained, they would run the lesson ho learned was of such great Oata are all Bown in this community. to him. Whenever he ia auked to of London, have been awarded some benefit him ijown. S. Dunbar sold a work mule toT. O. Misa Alice Cabhell Iibb returned go somebody's security or tako stock in more mail contracts. Mrs. Columbus Frazier died at the Rankin for $75. from Liberty, after a month's visit to an enterprise, withwhich he ia not woll Miaa Ora Woods, of May wood, ia friouda and relatives there. Uriah Dunn acquainted, he has only to recall the gotd Pattle CUy infirary at Richmond from visiting George and Maggio Wood. is back from the South and is a good man brick swindle and hu finds no trouble iu tho eliVcta of a aurgical operation. Lawreuceburg haa closed a contract John Meitbfee was down among us tostrlko if you have a horse or luulo to saying no. The little gold nugget that a windier took to Flaig'a store in Danof. Mrs. Worthington, of Maya-licwith a St. Louis company to light the Monday looking up some nest eggs. So the dispose J0 he told the boys. who baa been visiting Mra. Charles villo and had tested In Mr. McAuinch'a town with electricity for -- 0 yeara at Wo learn that Billy HulFoiau, of the per year. Wheeler, her sister, returned homo Mon-dn- presence' is worn on that gentleman's and Jessie Cook, watch chain and ia highly prizsd by him. Misses Kato Robert and Glen Eddy, of this city, Gilberts Creek neighborhood, is about whom a host of friends aro over glad to In tho two bricks which were said to be have beeu awarded cue contract for run- dono planting corn. Wo havo always Sunday in our worth '.',300 there ia about $12 worth of ning the telephone lino between thought woll of him till now. Bee, spent Saturday and returning to Stanford Monday. brass, hut Mr. McA. will never part with and Danvillo, and also for furSome parties prizad planks oil WtH-letown, returned Saturday them for any sum like that. nishing the instruments for same. The Button's meat housa Tuesday night, Miaa Ida Twldwt-lThe Stagg Hotel under the manage-o- f iiuo from Danvillo to Stanford will prob- but left without a greasing It ia supfrom a several days visit to her mother Mr. W. D. Stagg, an old Lincoln coun- ably bo constructed aa soon aatbe weath- posed that Mrs. Suttou gave them a scare in Danvillo. Mrs Hugh Logan left ou when she went to the cistern about 11 a visit to Bowling Greon Monday. Mrs. ty man, ia doing the splendid business it er opoua good. Advocate. o'clock that night. VanAredall and Mis Hanlah were deaorvea. Mrs. Stagg haa had consideraO. 0. Tho attorney general of Kentucky visiting friends in Harrodaburg last wee. ble experience bb a hoateea and with Misd SlIOHTKST KOUTfi TO LoUlSVILLK. The accompanied a shipment of Julia Stagg to help her it ia not surpris- holds that State warrants are not legal Davo Allen lant Saturday. Mr. ing that they aro making a success of the tendor for debts due tho State by contrac- distance from Lexington to Louisville atock to Cincinnati tors, and that neither the eberill'nor haa beeu greatly shortened by tho acd M'fl. P. W. Ream wero visiting business. "cut off," just completed. O. & Llge Cofley, who haa been ill for nearly banks can Bubstituto warrants for moniu town thta week. frienda O. traina leaving Lexington at 8:15 a. m. ey in Battling their taxea. three months, is rapidly recovering and Judge N. L. Bonnett, of Campboli and 0.05 v m , daily, reach Louisville at A Are, supposed to be of incendiary ia able to sit around some. Dr. O. U. origin, destroyed all but two bulldlnRa McRoborta was hia physician and he al county, asked that his own salary bo cut 11 00 a. m. and 8:50 r. u., two hours and lie anid he 45 minutes. The C. & O. now baa the on four squares in tho center of most wrought a miracle in pulling him from 11,700 to and causad a losa of $38,000. through, so low waa hia patient at one thought tho county waa paying more shortest line between Lexington aud " Louisville, ia tho only line with double Cofloy'a Hotel, Arthur Flora's marble i time. Tho doctor had to foraake hia oth- than it could afford. and tho A. M. Brown, an editor at Dayton, daily, limited veatibuled train service. works, Gowdy'a drv gooda atoro er patients for the time being, but ia now oflico are among tho Tenn., waa assaulted by unknown per- Frankfort and Snelbyvillo aro tho only ready to answer at their call. His otlico points at which theao traina Btop. bulldlnga burned. During the horse show Monday the sons and dangerously Bitot. Tne State encampment of the militia children tiavecaugt i Liberty brasa band discoursed Borne very waa entered and his plant deatroyed. Tho prebldont'a will be at Louisville in June. j the measles. t STATE OF CASEY. "d SiiANKa-MoithLi- UlTSETTLED te i" Itato of Affairs Our Stock is Complete in the full sense of the word. V- H v 1 i .!..,. i.i.n,i ! - ! , We Can Fit Almost Any One In- - 11 oc-it- n ex-Jha- lr Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Neckwear 8- & Shoes. Children's Wearing Apparel a specialty. JFrite for MIICBMSKPS - SUITS, Best and Cheapest in the Land. ' h Bur-qtte- J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky 'l enter-talnment- Ejpv t vjLiy-r.vv-- -v vvts-s-- - ed i I MYSF1I V Y Is Now - ' j ': 1 1 Complete in Every Derjartment o;o- - I II! court-hous- e im-th- I .:, . : flew pimrfery Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods You should call in and see our stock. - !l : 1 :- - is can-an- I 1 Glotfyig- ! .V.V ham-nrne- ' All new goods for spring wenr. T7vrr tliinrr .. .. fa ..., and T cfri-t1,- fi rtnf '".17 WflWUUhl.. F summe Tr '9 i PKW& I Ladies,' Misses'"BGD K0K." and Children's Fine h j rrfr i l 1 II1 ij) Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a inresnincr macntne. . Yours for Bargains, cvmnr in n.v.cf VdliCl,. """3 VAtl r,--t - hi , m m w j us-n- H ! CHARLES WHEELER, 'fir N.WSJ,:;JS. The Chas. Wheeler Emnorium. - .Hn.tnnvill ;;-- z Tvr jfjj iv four-year-ol- d CRAIG : & ! HOCKER, CASH DBCraCSISTS. Spectacles at Uo.r 0wri Spectacles at 25 Pr-Lc- s. Look at These. Prioes cents, 50 cents, 75 cents and $1. tion Guaranteed. I Fit and Satisfac. $10,-10- 0. JAMS2S s HUSTONYIXLE, KV. PETE k, 1,-0- Uua-tonvi- llo Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and Children, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. In Gents' Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather ha3 declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $r a pr. CARPETS. I bought my Carpets' before the advance and will sell them very cheap. 3-l- b y l GROCERIES. Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my price before you buy, Rico 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. can of Preserved Peaches for ioc. A S. D. Yowell, Salesman. Shel-byvil- lo Reduction In Prices first-clas- I Catnp-bollsvill- e, I Times-Journ- Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a s full btock of every thing found in a Lumber Yard, and by selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have ever been offered here. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. . V 1 toaMimMmi,mirmmmyj4mMamaiemxsue f0ffimmS3 jjffliiagay xriwflaffr; n, 111 ,I .1 Ml LANCASTER. CARRARD COUNTY. Tub possible candidacy of Secretary Carlisle for the presinency meets with a Elder Georgo Gowen will return and hearty approval in this part of Ken- fill his pulpit at tho Christian church Stanfokd, Ky., ArniL 10, 189G tucky, where the people aro for souud Sunday morning. money and freer trado and who recognize The holiness meeting was conducted in him the Moses who is to lead us out by Itav. F. M. Hill Monday evonlng at of tho wilderness. His broad statesmanW. P. WALTON. the Presbyterian church. ship, hia eminent services, not only to MeBar. Uob-- rt and Will Embry entho democratic party, but totuewholo tertained Wednesday evening in honor country, and his brave stand for the of a few of their friends. maintenance of the nation's credit, The Leap Year Oiub of Point Leavel stamp him as our leader and makes him will meet with Mr. John Burnsido FriWk announce by Authority today the our logical candidate. With Mckinley, day evening, when an enjoyablo time Is candidacy of Judge W. S. Pryor for re- protection and a money straddle such anticipated. election to the appellate judgeship from as ho himself has proposed, the candiA Stiwing Bee has beon established this district. Judge Pryor line long been date and platform of the republican par- - on one of our principal Btreets. When recognized as tho foremost judge in Ken- ty, the democrats can and will elect a they meet they render usch other all tho kMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Mr. M. Whittaker has been quite Mr. U. H. Carpenter is Btill very low. Master Lloyd Maret is visiting relatives nearStanford. Mrs. J. Stuckey and Miss Llda Cook, of Livingston, visited tho family of Judge Lair last week. Mrs. Jop McOall and children have returned from la seeka visit to relatives. Sotno.E-iox barking at fnlamagundl ing fame by through his political organ. Some unknown friend remembered Mifs Lucllo i Jonlin ivith a handsome Eister offering m ?:s ' CARPETS. ... :TT. & !. . . JLJ. jVlllEJnl.'Ji N t. l(v R K ft ?i Until I . ....,, Sr Vfl epidemic with the children. ........ tri'ilc iVit.rT.w1 iivin'.inrli and their appreciation of th young ladies lllllbV.U (..liyjIMt.llW, JW. . .. .W . This community was treated to h courtesy in allowing them to escort them c unD'cachcd cotton 7- -S extra heavy 5c. Yard asae colored wedding in high life last week. to prayor meeting, etc. Don't let the girls wide bleach cotton, gilt edge, Ladies' and Misses' j The bride and her attendants were go alone for the sake of 25c. adorned in handsome blue velvet. 2. nose Sc. Men's sox, light or heavy weight, 5c. Carpets fN Mr. T. B. Walker, who recently ex CHURCH AFFAIRS. changed his livery stable with Judge E.dor J. G. Livingston will preach at Fine black and tan sox Sc or two pair for 15c. Good wTVn Walker for his handsome farm, has just Crab Orchard next Sunday at 11 a. it. In oats and aud Sugar neavy Pa'r ' suspender 10c. had 150 acres of It sown A better pair wire buckle, fc Grove at 3 j m. grass. finished 15c, worth 35c. 10 d07.cn Derby Hats, WhN Peaching thin (FriJay) morning at Little George Morton Gowen, the 10:30 and Tiib mere mention of Jack Ohinn's at 7.30at the Presbvto-ria- n TJfc black and brown, 50c. Not a one in the lot worth less . Tor plot thickens. Warden Happy republican convention at interesting son of Prof, and Mrs. B. S. name in the church by Rev. A. W. Crawford. Bradsucceeded in carrying the 1st for N than Si. 50. A big line Crush and Alpine hats from 50 Beared the mem-ber- d Gowen, was reported dangerously ill the E der Dorris' meeting at the Danley, but the flth and 7th went to the Frankfort like to have ?4 ' cts. to $3 in black and gray. Men's laundered neglige 4 so death. Tho "booger man" wasn't first of the week, but since is much im ville Christian church has had 34 addi Ohio man. In the former McKinley in town or Gov. Bradley might have proved. shirts at 35c, worth 50c. Come in and look at our line of tions and con timus with great interest. delegates number 123 and Bradley 72, Miss Hallie Scott, daughter of RobL been asked to call out the militia. Advocate. while in the 7th district the vote stood Scott, died at the home of her parents Miss CUra Barton cables that, con69 to 54, respectively. This is a very POLITICAL POINTERS. Wednesday night of that fatal and prev- trary to reportP, no obstructions are governor, who deservblack eye for the alent Disease, consumption, in the 17th placed by the Turkish authorities in the ed better treatment. To him more than Carlisle's candidacy is endorsed year of her ago. way of distributing relief in Armenia. Formcn, boys and children, either ready made or made any other thousand men is due the vic- over the country. s MIbs George Miller is now the proud , Ex Editor Ben who once tory of last November and that he should Nelson county republicans instruct- possessor, of a handsome bicvcle. As to order. 5 lived in Kentucky, is now an evangelist now be turned down shows that repub- ed for McKinley and indorsod Lewis for Miss Miller is a graceful, petite figure, and has been conducting a three weeks' (p K SHOES. Children's shoes 25c. Ladies' Doug. Pat. exceedingly Congress. licans, like Republics, are we have no doubt she will soon become revival at Versailles, Mo, where there T; tip button shoes $1 to 6. VN ungrateful. . Gov. Bradley certainly The Boyle countv republicans in- an expert wheelman. were over 200 conversions, ' We have the largest line of Matting and Carpets in town. should have bad the unanimous endorse- structed for Bradley, Yerkes and Caper-to- n Miss Margurito Kinnaird, tho pretty Tho Central Christian church, LexWednesday. ment of Kentucky and should not have WTW and dainty little daughter of Mr. and ington, Rev, I. J Spencer, pastor, raised Whitley instructed her 25 delegates Mrs. Robert Kinnaird, give an Easter been forced to mako a losing house to house canvass for support, as he did in for McKinley. Where oh, where was party to a number of her young friend J13.700.70 for all purposes last year, be a 4 a sides doing a great amount of charitaLouisville. It looks bad to see a candi- Charley Finley? Monday afternoon. ble work. The membership grew from A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, date for the highest office in the gift of The Utah republican State cunven-tioThe Aid Society of the Christian 990 to 1,126. adopted a platform demanding ''prot- church will meet the people using the election schemes afternoon. T. D. RANEY, Manager. ection and bimetallism." that would disgrace a constable's race. Mhb .1. V. .Mkhkk entertained a few This Society continues to add to its funds Sam Roberts'influence was felt in Exchange, which they ....--.:::::- : "I wakt it distinctly understood' Fayette, where the instructions were five by the Lsdles'Saturday afternoon at tho of her frieuda Tuesday evening at her home near town. Music and dancing conduct every Silas Adams in his to one in favor of McKinley. shouted gallant old were the order of the evtninr, Hih chitf speech at Liberty Monday, when the It is horse and horse with Bradley J. B. Walker shipped a car load of attraction being "hipping the I.gtit un- committee reported a resolution endors. and McKinley in Kentucky so far. Etch tobacco Monday to the city market. He tastic"by little Mus Cleva Smith .and ing Gov. Bradley and his act?, "that, I do has two districts instructed for him. reports a dull sale for It. Th-- crop in bonny Kate Wlclner. A nice repast wbb not approve the governor's action in call Congressman Lewis has prepared a and tbe served at 10 o'clock and the guests departA . WWs. is & .hi fr J.j THT WC ing oat 400 soldiers to suppress the Hon. bill appropriating 1100,000 for the estab this county is less than usual P"? Wrtr' Prt V i'Ll ; which is discour- ed, eatif fled that Mrs. Wesser is a ; price only moderate, JV old soldier had smell-e- d lishment of a National Soldiers' Jack China." The Home at aging to the cultivators of this product. Those present wtre Misses gun powder, heard minnie balls whis- Lincoln's birthplace. Miss Lillie Sutton, of Markabnry, Annie at d LutieMassey, Jennie Wilcher, tle and cannonB thunder in the thickest George Denny and Leslie Combs d years ago and has no were chosen in the 7th to go to the Na- and Mr. Lewis Mitchell, of Stone, am JenuleSunth.Mrs. Will Wilcher, Mrs. J. of the fight the gold tned-a- l B Maseeyand Mrs. B. D.Tracej; Messts. patience with the set who will let one tional convention and John L. Bosley to both to be contf slants for "Demorest Con Sid Myerf , J. Myers, B. D Tracey, Silts to be given in tho man put 10,000 to flight. Endorse and bo presidential elector. test" which come off in Covington May Meeser, Jamts Massey and Monu 1 ur- as much as they pleafe resolute about it E. T. Frank, of Owensboro, has already won the pin. o. the calline'out of the army for snch a made his calling sure for the republican 2Sth. TheBO two have Will sell you at the Lowest Cash Price silver medals offered by tho Bame or A six story huildinu at Savannah, purpose will forever remain a blot on the Congressional nomination in the 2d disfor tho gold one. first republican administration in Ken- trict, but he can hardly expect to make they could not try G., burned, Iocs 170.000. Both have been under tho training of like Col, his election tucky and honest republicans sure. Miss Amanda Anderson and of course V1 Adams do not hesitate to admit it. Slan. Madison instructed for Bradley first she is justly proud of her pupils. "I don't sco how you pot your daughand McKinley second for president. Hon. Mrs. George Denny left Tuesday to ter to Tns Louisville Post recently sent out up bloomers." We will fill you orders from a new, Fresh Stock. W. Caperton, of Richmond, and "I told her they wcro not Incoming-.visit Mrs. J. It. Rowland, of Burneide letters to democratic county chairmen James "And fcho believed it?" and other prominent democrats in each Hon. John W. Yerkes, of Boyle county, Misses Maggie and Nannie McCarley are were indorsed for delegates to St. Louis. "Not when I told her, but arurwonl of Upcounty of the State asking their views of the guests of Miss Fannie Doty, Compounded by an experienced Pnarmacist, day or night. Republican conventions often split per Garrard. Miss MarthaTillett has re- I got her dearest girl friend to tell her Secretary Carlisle for the candidacy of Hint she looked too lovclj for anything president. Monday it published 43 re in two, but it remained for the Alabama turned from visit to Miss Mary Tillett at in them." W. H. McROHERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. sponBea, which in the main show how contingent to split in three, one select- Lexington. Mr. Tom Palmer is the guest "And then?" ing McKinley delegates, and another of Mrs. J. M. Higginbothajn. Miss Nel highly the secretary is regarded and how "Why, then nho naturally belargely ho would carry Kentucky. Hon Reed delegates, while the third, com- lie Adams, of Paint Lick, is hero as a lieved me." Chicago Post. BUY THE OLD RKLIAHLK, R. C. Warren wrote from this county posed of colored republicans, selected student of the private Bchool of Miss Sal-l- ie An i:iccllent llspiUn. Carlisle and de- uninstructd colored delegates. Anderson. M. C. Murphy, of Nash-very Restaurant Proprietor (to chef) I'm 1, is here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ar cfrald you hnve nut a little too much claring that if nominated on a straight NEWSY NOTES. nold are guests of the Misses Cochran. tenl in this chicken mind, Napoleon. out sound money platform, which would Chef It's all veal. sir. Shall I put Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team ami Plow insure the maintenance of the parity of Judge G. W. Oraddock, a noted law- R. H. Tomlinson was in Richmond this your Ground week. Mips Margaret Murphy is beinu in n little chicken? gold and silver and keep each dollar at yer of Frankfort, is dead. Right. Restaurant Proprietor No, certainthe same purchasing power, he would Three inches of enow covens the entertained this week by Winchester ly not. Put in home feathers, nnd if country. In all of which we greater part of New York State. W. P. Waldnn.of Danville, has sweep the friends. any guest hnyH "veal" to me, I'll ask beg to most emphatically concur. Frod Woodko, a farmer living near been the iruest of Elder Jesse Walden. him if he ever saw coif with" wings. Crown Point, Ind , fell dead while plowi- Mr. J, L. Frohman.of Danville, was hero Hay City ChaL The House psBsed the conference re- ngTuesday. Mifs Sue Herring visited Miss No I'alr Writtlirr. port on the Cuban resolutions by the tre It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you. A king must liavo a stormy life. John W. Hedges, one of the best Lillie Noel at Danvillo this week. of 244 to 27. It recogmendous majority For thotich lio reconciles don't keep it. beliigeiency of Cuba, promises known farmers in Bourbon county, is nizes the AH olcmcntH of war nnd strlfo MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Ho's rclcnlnj; all tho while. to maintain a strict neutrality between it dead. L. A. W. Bulletin. Mrs. T. J. Fox was burned to death Houses to rent aro in demand. and Spain and accord to each the same near Elkton. Her clothes caught from The Salamagundi club will be enter"OX SAFr.lt GROUND." rights in the ports and territory of he tained by Dr. E. J. Brown, April 2 lib. United States. It was resolved further, the grate. Six colored doctors were graduated Profiting by past experience the garthat the friondly offices of the United should be offered by the president from the Louisville National Medical deners are not in bo much hasto this StateB year, fearing the late frosts and snows. to the Spanish government for the recor College Wednesday. Mrs. O. A. Curtis was elected mayor Three elegant millinery establishnition of the independence of Cuba. Of ments kept by Mrs. Oleo Brown, Mrs. report 18 of Cimmaron, Kansas, over Dr. the 27 who voted against the by a good majority. Ella Baker and Miss Martha Griffin now are republicans and nine democrats. The Ohio House has passed a strin- display a handsome line of Spring hats g bill, but such a law for the ladies. Col John B. Oabtlkman will be a can gent didate for delegate from the 5th district would appear to be useless there. While Misses Ray Jones and Stllie At Springfield, 0 Bertha Hunt shot Adams wero out horseback riding last to the democratic National convention at Chicago, and his selection will insure the herself and then drank carbolic acid. Monday, the former was thrown with services of a safe, sound and conserva- She had had a quarrel with her lover. such force to the ground as to sustain The New York assembly passed a serious injuriea. tive gentleman. He picked the winner four years ago and put bis shoulder to the bill limiting the hours of labor of woThe Mt. Vernon cornet band will wheel ior him afterwards. A delegation men and children to GO hours per week. probably receive a State appointment, as "Gents' and Ladies' Hosiery. "t&a of such men as Col. Castloman will make In a quarrel over a game of marbles Gov. Bradley baa requested Mr. Collier important factor in the de- at Milldale, Joe Ueberman, a white boy, to give it a position with one of the regi Kentucky an liberations of that body and his friends shot and killed Will Christian, a colored menta. This is one of the best banda in Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. all over the State hope he will be boy. the State. First Doctor I ordered him an Ice- J Jack Waters, distinguished for havchosen. boys are preparing to give The band cold Imtli every morning. republicans do not need the negro ing whipped 27 wild cats single handed an entertainment at an early date. Our The Second Doctor What! when, ho had in one fight in 1870, is dead at Nicbolas- - people alwaya take pli A3ure in attending influenzal in their business at Washington. Though ville. these delightful treats afforded by the First Doctor Yes. It will give him; his claims were as good as any other Steamers for Alaskan porta are band, and wo bespeak a large audience pneumonia, and I rondo my wholercpu- who has conrepublican BYcrowded and young men are throwing up for them. Their music can alwaya be tattnu enrtajr JJiaL-- r Punch. tested the seat of a democrat in Congress, good positions to seek fortune in North- relied upon too for they admit no memthe majority turned Mown the negro ern fields. bers who aro known to indulge in the in Cheatham and permitted Mr. Woodard, A San Francisco detective exposed toxicating glass. hia seat. The of North Carolina, to retain I the plan of a gang of bandits to steal Elder John Carmichal preachod an rada want all the seats but they draw the Cornelius Vanderbllt from his special excellent Easter sermon last Sundsyi I am bcV from the cities with everything that line at negroes. is new and prett in the Millinery vim train and hold him for ransom. which was well received. A new relig-iou- s to my itore will convince you that lint. atock la thit Lexington will have three Btar regret to know that the Owensseems to have been aroused the moit complete. interest Ws Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. boro Inquirer has been t forced to mako events April 29. The big Forepaugh-Sel- ls in our town; prayer meetings WednesMISS LICCIE BKAZLKY, And Funeral Director. Bros, circus, the spring races and day and Thursday evenings, aro well atStanford, Kv an assignment, but are glad to bo assurCasey will continue to the execution of Henry Mitchell Smith tended, services every Sunday and SunAlso carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes ed that Mr. A. J. T T7Q ' wi" uk aU ,h hld ' mo ' 11 Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. run it in the interest of sound money for criminal assault on Mrs. Mary Hud- day schools increasing in numbers, all H ILJ IjO. forcaihorlu trade lor leather kon court days at Stanford or at my home n son. Bourbon News. Court-Hous- e well for our community. good democracy. speak and Room opposite Square, Stanford, Ky. Chas. Knnslin, Tanner. ' tucky and his decisions which nre always made after much study and great research are regarded with a respect that shows how hignly hlB legal acumen and idea of justice are held, tiald a distinguished judge to ua not long ago: "Judge Pryor is the brains and tho balance wheel of the appellate court. Ilia decisions are always concise, fair and logical and as to his honesty of purpose and his mastery of the law, not even his enemies entertain a doubt." Judge Prvor has served the people faithfully and well for years, and hia past record is an earnest of what may be expected of him in the future. Let the democracy of this district con- -j eider well his claims, when it Bhall pro ceed to a nomination. successor to Mr. Cleveland if thev nominate Mr. Carlisle and are true to tho principles and traditions of the party. Tub course of Jotin G. Carlisle has been upward and onward. With scarcely any effort of his own he was elected first a member of the Lower House of the General Assembly of Kentucky, then of the upper, then Lieutenant Governor, then representative in Congress, speaker, then Senator and finally was appointed a cabinet officer. He has never been defeated for anything and if nominated for the presidency he will again carry the banner of democracy to victory. Three cheers for the grandest man Kentucky has ever produced. of (lowers. v Arc not to be found elsewhere. It is worth the while Oa The muflicale will bo given on tho , . ... ;... i. -- nn.-evening of April 17th in the chapel of en ry uir tvti uitiu iiiKi wuilliiu wiuiiii ii.ai.ii uiI ii.i i unj iu nave WAN . . the institute. Some of the participants We know times a hand in these magnificent Bargains. aro Mesdamts Sparks, Wtllisms and NVa "We will make an efibtt to lend a helping hand :o!arc hard. vaj, bitt. Misses Cot, Miller, McClure, Joplin, valuable aid they can. Mepsie. Williams, n v , this week by selling you goods 25 per cent, less than they Thompson, Weber; The remains of Mrs. Tom Woods, of Sparks, D.tvis, Albright, Cocks and ,". be bought elsewhere. Note these prices for this week: .m ( can Boy'o. were interred at the Fork Mon- - B'own. The violin solos by that charm .' Kid finish Cambric 4c. Standard Drab or black Sclisius fN day. She leaves a husband and four chil ins mtidciau, Misi May Cock, of the Indren tc mourn for her. Sc. Black Rustle Lining Chamios fibre lining 15c. : stitute faculty, will be an enjoyablo feaTho interesting work of the kinder- ture of the t'titertainment. Admission f Genuine linen Duck canvas 10c. i Haircloth 7 14c. Cnlt garten class has been suspended on 23 ami lOi. This is a go id opportunity for :.' COCS lYiC Linen towels, fancy border with fringe, m of tho measles becoming such an tho young men to show their gallantry, i. .'; i j ..-..- v VALUE .. .vT -- t 7c. nt ''" .; c .tc. $e' ' 3& - 4c. i2cto75c 'Yt 'H 7silk pA j Spring Clothing I.IIICI111 n nrrnnr LuuiaviLLuG f Dec-ring- I -- ? siunc. n post-offic- MATTING, , i drlight-fulhosttf- s. MCiAC rr wwi?? - rt -- v'As ;s 'i,xy V -- m U. r,i 7W 30-od- 1 W. Bo BTBOBEBT j)a, . UJALL PAPGR AHD PAII2T$. DPZKEsoiKiiFTxonsrs heartily-endorsin- vi The Vulcan Chilled Plow. 11 We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Law-enc- o anti-treatin- Neckwear, ' Collars, H. Cuffs, & c. J. McROBERTS. n, UNDERTAKING -- TO THE LADIES jr. c BTCrXARir, 'ilAj ''iVS- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer n Otten-hel- r-i- i. imiU. ... l.,ir.T.. aM4Nv -J- W- LU .&. t- - " ..1;:r,a. Mki J 4VMM ""-i""- " - frit. j.U i,'" T' i jt- - ' Semi-Week- ly interiorjournai K v., A BUSTED JHJGrABOO. SENATOR STEWAItrS "YELLOW ROR OF THE EAST." TER- Stanford, VV. Ai'itiL. 10, 18l)( P. WALTON. Onr Mttln Trmln Willi Japan ami China 1U It Aliprurit Under tlio 10 to 1 Mai;nl. fjlnf Glnrna. X t seasons by responsible hand's. sorting and cullAfter cleMi'-'ning they are carefully dried for use. Their virtues are extracted by the latest scientific process known to pharmacy by a pharmacist who has spent 8 years in the work of his chosen profession. For over a hundred years has it .stood the test and today it stands bclorc the public guaranteed to be the best blood purifier in the mar-et- . It is positively guaranteed to cure scrofula in any form Its merit is shown by its growing pop ularity and in localities u here long est uccd you find the largest sales. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. " F. H. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Bcazlcy & Son. Crab Orchard. James V. Cooki:, Harrodsburg, Ky. g Having failed tofict n serious hearing for tlioir 10 to 1 scliomo on its inorits, tlia fiilvoritcH liavo for eovcral moutliH boon rrjing to frighten tho pooplo inBio Walton: Please hold the to voting for coiuugo by holding cars while I tell what Cooke's Sar up tho bogy of ChincFO nnd Japaucu saparilla is. Well, it is not a mys compntitlon. I)y rcprchonting that tho products choap labor of China tcrious compound of which the and Japanof tho threatening our farmers wero component paits are gathered in nuil workers with ruin they for a tinio some far off, unheard of land; nei succeeded in hearing ti fow timid persona into tlm belief that thi.s country should therisitsotncLATU, scientific in.idc bv unknown nro adopt tliu monetary standard of those, cheap labor countries, ilr. Wharton lessors Darlcorof Philadelphia was ho iiujiresud Cooke s Sarsapanlla i a reme- with thn iltiugur of allowing tho Ameri dy whose component parts arc na- can pcuple t j buy cheap goods that he which wero tive roots and herbs, growing in drew up a tet of by 10 for the hills and valleys ol Kentucky, fligucdsupport ofhuuatorti ilh tho bahis prethoir frco coinage. Tho which arc gathered at their prop-e- amble to the rettolutioiiH declared that: fi-cdis-mvi'iis Confidential Letter No. 2 1 our farmers, minors, mir chaiik-ntnaiiu'.wtururflaiidinduMtrlnl workrrH Ii v. of Clilntwo oooIUm, thtrvforo bo it ti the reolvrl, vtr. Air. Joseph Niinnio, Jr., n former chief of tho Rtatistical bureau of tho treasury department, pricks Mr. Dark-or'bubble of theories with tho following plain statement of facts : "Tho absurdity of rogardiugour trado rolatinus with China and Japan its a governing condition in tho lluanco of commorco is iiidicatol by tho following rttlm-In1 H Wlien-- , Tlic(ll(Tfrrncirif exchnnKnbotwtt-Rllver Htaiidnrd Mid gold standard rouiitrlii In Uivalfiit to n bounty of ICO per cent on th produrtH of Mm n11rer Hlnmlard ccrantrpn, nnd WIhtkuh, Tlin cot of (iroductlon In tho old world, and ulnrly In C'lilna undJnpnn, in Uiii tlmn j r"lu-toon Imj j)rodncfl or mnnu In tUlH country liy Amuricnn labor fat-tun- witliout , FLOORS FOR STABLES. Ia tha Long flan Omrnt fa Mart noinlcai Than Wood. In tho western pralrio Rtatca wood is perhaps tho most extensively used material for flooring stablca for stock. It Is largely used on occonntof It convenience and genenil adaptability, though there is a growing feeling that it is oiitho whole quite sutisfnetory. Tho plank floor is short lived; it Is mado water-tigh- t with difficulty, nnd alove all It is objectionable for horses that are confined much to tho stall. For cattle nnd hogs the some objections prevail to a considerable degrrc. Cement floors are gaining in favor and are quite ncceptible though rather expensive. They should also be covered with plank for horses. The cement floors in tho new station barn have been iu use over n year now nnd huvc given good satisfaction. When well bedded they arc very satisfactory for cattle, hogs and sheep. The station floors were made by Inylng three inches of concrete composed f five part of clean, hhnrp sand to one of Portland cement, well mixed and packed well on a foundation of sand and gravel, nnd tho surface was then finished with a inch covering of cement and sand in proportion of four of cement to sevwi of sand and troweled smooth nnd level except as otherwise provided. These floors have worn well even where horses wearing shoes have walked on it. Such a floor Is cold in winter, however, unless used Inside of a warm building nnd bedding used freely. This kind of a floor may be made t a cost of ten cents a square foot. C. F. Curtiss, In Hural Life. three-quarter Cf ABOUT EARLY LAMBS. Thla Article TelU You How to KU1, Drni and tihlp Thnnu Kalslng early lambs Is proving n profitable Industry to those who understand tho industry from start to finish. Unfortunately, judging from the appearance of many of the Iambi shipped, many, people fall. k understand that thct mode of dressing ha a very important effect upon the price ob tained. To obtain a satisfactory profit ' it is essential that the early lambs pre- -' scut u neat and inviting appearance when exposed for sale. This Is almost as important as care and skill In fattening the lambs. Early in the season lambs should not weigh moro thnn 25 pounds, and as the reason advances buyers want heavier. They ehould be grown as quickly us possible to reach the required weight, r ind should be fntand plump. Lntc and fall lambs will not sell for sum-Kic- fUTTERICK mm m p, TERNS && -- -- J 222l'' J rLaW- - gg W H f AT V For Sale by J .H. OTTER, Danville, Ky. Send One Cent For . MONTHLY FASHION shlnthrm in SHEET, FREE. EGGS AND POULTRY. u. We lire In a tXMltlon to make It decidedly to vour interest to do so. We handle every thin? ratted on a farm on commission ; so if you have any thing- to sell, avail yourself of our services. We do an Immense business and have more buyers than other nouses, correspondence inviiea. currents raaueu iree ou application. HERNDON-CARTECO. (incorp'd), The Leading Commission Merchants, R 813-31- 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. THE Tll.UK GRASS HERD Thoroughbred Duroc-Jrne- F -- y TO JCtJCtJU XJTftfCi XXXJXXSf herd clrctcd from tn of this famoui brred of swine in leveral dllfntnt States. A splendid lot ol pigs of dincreut anes Bred tows a ipe.ialtv. Satisfaction for tale. licited. Addrets guaranteed. Correipoodence My Breeder! were bt SI i R. II. HRONAUGH,Ky. Crab Orchard, comparison as to tho valuo of our trado with China and Japan and with curtain gold standard countries for tho year ended Juno 80, 1SU1: VAt.rn ov uiroiiTS akd Kseoit-reChlnn nnd JiijKin tSl, 513,149 (Irtwt lirttalu, Krunco nnd Qinnany B0U,O2,'t3 "In connection with this it is nhro of interest to advert to tho total valuo of our foreign commerce uud to tho total valuo of our internal commerce. Tho total valuo of tho foreign commcrco of tho United Ktatos during tho year ended . Juno U0, dreitni I PC NOT luLi I'rKk lymu nJ I'KMartng r mpi! HUI It(tornctl Urn. the Wuik iiu.tintvtj I one t Mt Vtnun, J I ,i MoilnOUPrlzGS $6,141.75 ,-- iSS Separate 3?.clg& AVAlKrJ &&&, ''(( U 11 $1,000 v Tflft NFUM1PFIM ROCKy MOUNTAIN In Th rr mtkr Imm n.t '"" "" th. Wt sth?" r.. Dnvr, Colo., ebmiploo. WES; eT TOaa . Sl 'lJ i!T2T,H II l the rw Irade-P- Tk,r ,0 U1 !?.u A,Xot Iloiu liolO. Wornn"hihJ CWIJrwi; the brUbf-.i- t cartoon ar4 I!et conirarnt all tti daltr ell. of tlon to b fuund In It, II In form tfa dolnm of all jirriu a family fl"T without a rwr. tha world-- It la And tha WmUit nwi Ii drtermlnM to hava LrofM all qurntlon th l&ncnt clreuUUon of any pjxr Utwr--n Um MlMlnlppi rlvw and tha J'aclne C04it. Thfffforo it oOrrn to Oia iwr-- ij wnJine In the jrrcatert number of ft yearly subscription Ufora tkllJiibcr 1U next unMuaiiea irllcjl. con-den- " ,clU'u' mlnlrur Hock h ,u,t mwi; It "n 'nUnsr.1 anj ltit arl fullrat ,. hu pcil Karm. th is impotwiblo to ntnte with any dugrou of accuracy tho valuo of tho internal commerce of tho United States, but from all wo know it appears safo to say that it amounts to fully 'JG, 000,000,000 luiuu-nllHow absurd, thou, to attempt to deludo tho peoplo of this country with tho idea that onr trado relations with China and Japan constituto a govern-ir- g condition of n total commcrco fully AGO times us great. "To assumo that American farmers, miners, manufacturers and industrial workexH can bo reduced to tho lovol of Chincso coolies by n trado of such comparatively imdguillcaut proportions, and cousifctiug, iu ho far ns relates to im- jMjrtu, almost oxcluslvoly of tea, silk and other commodities not produced in this country, mid which therefore docs not competo with American funners, minors, manufacturers and industrial workers, is n vagary too absurd for ecrious cunsidoration even iu tho coutlicLs of partisan waifare. " This should convinco tho American workiugmen aud fanners that tlio "Yellow Terror of tho Kast, " as it is called by Senator Silvcr-lvnigStowart, is only n stuffed scarcccrow aud vory badly stuffed at that. y. Ib'Jl, wiis1,5-17,1U5,194- . It taken oil with pruning shears, but a fine saw is needed for horns. Economy and parsimony are two different words. Economy in feeding In not reducing the amount, for it is the most expensive way of doing. Dispose or the higher priced foods and buy cheaper ones ; feed bran instead of corn ; make full twe of the corn fodder and the straw pilo. There, la real economy in e LIVE STOCK NOTES. Grade up vur atock, for both home and foreifu markets require a better quality of met thni ever before. A ewo should not le required to move about much for a few bourn after lambing. If her teats ore closed against tlw effort of the lamb, nqueeae, them oat with tho wetted Angers. A ewo which disowns her lamb or ono which Is required to adopt another should be confined alone with it in a dark place, and out of hearing of other sheep, ami she should be held several times a day for it to suck. In order to secure the many desirable good qualities which go to make s up a flock of sheep, great care in taken in the selection of a buck with reference to the particular flock of owes with which he Is to be put, IJeforc sheep are changed from hay to gra- in tho spring they should U' carefully looked over, and all horns and hoofs that threaten to be troublesome carefully removed. The hoofs can be first-clas- CLOTHING! CLOTHING! If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock befoie BBADT TO SHIP. 4 i ces. making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $5 to Si5; pri- IVolo Who Want Krco Coinage. iiBcful to analyze tho forces entering iuto a popular movemont. In this silver movement wo huvo: First. Thoownorsof tho silver iniuos in tho "silver states," seeking to manufacture by law a bettor market for thoir silver bricks and to grow still riclior at tho oxpoiifio of tho peoplo. Second. IIoiuMt ignorance. Thoso who havonot yet discovered that money is not tho whole of wealth and really bolievo that inoro money in tho country means less labor to niako a living. Third. Thoso who understand this thing and know better, but hopo out of much doprociated monoy tho moro easily to pay old debts. Debts contracted in gold values would bo paid in dollars worth B0 or 55 cents. I havo seen this idea openly, impudently and unblush-ingl- y urged by n great journal in a silver state, addressing itself to farmers carrying moitgages on their lands. Fourth. A lot of bright, sniurt follows who nro nlways roady with uu judgment about nil things, with out over studying or understanding anything. Fifth. Somo pnblio men, who understand this thing perfectly woll, but havo not tho courago to tell tho peoplo tho truth, wishing to carry gold on ono shoulder, silver on tho other and rotes on both. Sixth. Somo honest publio men who do not understand this thing and never will. Georgo LL Yeaman in "A Currency Primer." It is always REGULAR AGENTS' COMMISSION ALLOWED IN ADDITION. CONTEST BEGINS A T ONCE. OPEN TO ErERTBODr EVERYWHERE. v straw and corn fodder. There is no question but that stock can wintered a well upon these as upon high priced hay. When these are fed with bran, hind tho kidneys so ns to open the a having a higher albuminoid ratio, they In such a way as to t a good enable an animal to digest and assimi- nppearanco, making it iur flat as pos' late better than when corn la fed with filble. them. Farmer's Voice. Let the carcass hang until perfectly cool, and before taking down see that HOW TO SAVE TIMBER. nil tho bloody liquid has been removed Hint far Farmers Whe Think f Build-I- n from the chest. Ileplace the skin on a Barn. the hind legs, cover tlio exposed porI uend you drnwinp of middle bent In tions of the ilesu with clean white musour barn. Tle frame Is made entirely lin and sew tho whole carcass up neatof plank two inches thick. There is not ly in burlap or Ixigging. Tho accomu mortise or tenon in tbo entire barn, panying Illustration from the Cornell Largest and Most Complete Stock wldch ia CO feet square and 2i feet to station shows the appearance it should of tho caves. It eaves half the timber. It Mark the package plainly rsivcs $100 to $500 in the cost of n barn. with the names of the shipper and It required two of us just four days to the firm to whom it Is sent, and ship by fret this barn ready to raise. Had It express. Notify tho consignee by mail. Ever brought to this Section. X. Y. World. been framed in the old way it would have required nbout four weeks. Let W. W. WITHERS, the fanner count the dllTercnce in CONCRETE STABLE FLOORS. wages, and let his wife count the dlffer- Haw They Add to tha FartlUzlag Value Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, car-casprc-aen- feeding the throat, insertion as possible, but be certain tbat the large artery is acTercd. The lamb ohould then be- hung up by the heeN in order to bleed thoroughly and avoid polling the wool about the neck or head. In dressing early lambs, cut tliein open only from tlie'tnll to the bretwrt bone, but as the weather becomes warm, it is best to cut down to tho bead. He movo the entrails, leaving In the haslet. The head, feet and nkln idiould all be left on. Hkin the hind legs and draw tlio caul over thein and well down over tho kidneys, Becuring it with akewers. but Uie caul sufllclcntly to let the kid neys through, and put ln what are known as back-set- s or spreaders. These are pieces of wood about 14 inches long for an ordinary alwd carcaas and point ed at both ends. Ue careful that the backsets are not too long, or there id danger of breaking the ribn and in juring the appearance of the lamb. In putting them in, fasten one end in ho Hank and tho other In the breast closo up to tho first rib, and place the other atlck In an opposite direction, so that the fiUcks cross in the back just bemaklng-ot- ; large-a- the spring article. The earlier lambs enn be sold In tho largo city market the higher the price. In killing-- cut , Can Not Be Exeelled. mtmmmtmmmimmmmmm MikaMBaM tHMHHHai - t- - - - 2 to 34 In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from Special inducements to Cash Huycs. per pair. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. OVERSTOC We have an Immense Lineandare n.ily ovcrstocke i in And W,!I . ? Harness : and : Saddlery, dispose of them at greatly reduced prices lor the next two weeks. Some of these poods will be sold at Inlf their former price. Call if you want Bargains that are sure enough Bargains. 1 FARRIS & HARDIN. i i Rocking Chairs. One like this for only $2.75. Undertaker's Goods t. 'ror rrtrctilJ Tlio News l'rlntluff Denver, Colo. aJ.lrtn.--i v MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA LITV Iff Us&iGlflV B WHITE'S 6REAM VERRHIFUGEi Has 'EVERY 20 YEARS lod all WORM Romodioo. FOR BOTTLE Hor. v in, duitgoisth rrrntmi h;T DU GUARAHTEED.1 WrtvJV mho., st. Lons. - BEST FaffMLg THE I IF YOU WANT J GARDEN In your neighborhood this season PLANT OUR FAMOUS all of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896. A new feature this season Is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogs prices to any Post Otlice. 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 PETER HENDERSON & GO. 38 ft 37 CortUadt St., yew York. l'rlco of Corn. Tho Farmers' iustituto of Mills county, In., has been very usefully employ-Juitself iu listening to paper by ono of its mombers on tho prico of corn in that county for tho past 30 years. Thoro wero n good many very decided fluctuations, but tho avorngo prico for four years, was just 30 cents, and tho averngo prico for four years, 1802.a.4-5- , was 37? conts. This is un ndvanco of n quarter in spito of tbo do cline of silver and tho "crimo of 1873," and all tho other things which tho cheap money men urgo in explanation of declines iu prices, somo of which, as in tho coco of com, did not occur. In the abovo computation tho uverago for tho past four years ia affected by tho very low prico of 1805, bolow tha jf 1804, which uo ono domes is duo I ho enormous crop of 1895 nnd not tr iny monoy changes. Journal of Com- 11 1870-7-8-one-fift- h enco in the amount of bread, meat, potatoes, pies, etc., required to feed the carpenters. Not only la such a barn cheaper, but It Is more convenient, for there is no timber in the way of handling grain and hay. It is thoroughly braced in every part nnd fully as strong as If built in the old way. Many visitors havo come to seo tho barn and I havo yet to learn of ono who is not fully convinced of its utility, John L. Shnwyer, in Farm Journal. Ovet-FeedlOver-feedin- o a nc g aierco. of fattening hogs is a fruitful source of disease and waste. Many think it mnkes no difference if hogs do leave a lot of feed at ono meal, that tiiey will return nnd ent It up when hungry, so that thoro is nothing wasted. If hogs are overfed it Knocks them oil their regular food for a time, and this is always a loss; bcBldca, It renders tho inception of diseaso much easier, especially the "thuinps" and apoplexy. It Is best to fced regularly, at stated times, and fattening, all that they will eat up clean. They will keep better and better than Is possible by keep- Ing feed before them all the time. It Is what tho animals digest and asslm- ilato and not what amount thev eat that determines the gain in DroDortlon to the amount of food eaten. Co1hmbi Ilural World. i g It Dangerous. of Minora. one has said that you can't alwrraot fertility through a concreto floor. It is true. Drainage away from a manure pile indicates a lack of bralnajre. It is hard for some farmers to understand that the liquid manure contains all the digested portions of the food that are passed by the animal. These digestible parts are soluble, ami not only quickest in their action as plant food, but easiest to run away if not jailed by a concrete floor. As Dr. 1 oung snys, any placo that is to hold manure should be floored with concreto if possible. "It is a wise provision of nuture," says the Ilural New Yorker, "that man has this power of grinding up concrete, and then mold- lug It to suit his will Into artificial stone to cover any desired surface with n watertight covering. This wonder, ful action is as useful in Its way as Is tho chemical action of fire. It ia one of tho tilings placed In our hands with which to prevent a loss, and there are few 1ob6ch so serious to tho farmer as tho Iobs of fertility. With concrete floors and plaster for on absorbent, we may add much to the value of manure, not alone by saving tho fertilizing ml ue of tho liquids, but by retaining moisture In the pile." Som Stanford, Ky. - ii ii a m FULL LINE OF Buggies, Carriages and V Vn l r Vssu A! Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn" Planters, ?Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Sui the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- d W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. B" K' WKATOT. THE Q ueen &Qrescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriinan, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vlcksburg, Mtnroe and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, fiK via New Orleans or via Shreveport. ouun iiiue jrom tue uiue orass lilies 10 vincinnnii J'" jfrfi&Z'.llSi with even' accommodation to natrons. Free Parlor y Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Farlor and Observa- uon cars between Cincinnati. Lexington ana . added to the dip. If tobacco steins used, at least three times the weight Mentioned should by steeped De after being thoroughly stirred should llovr to l'repara Tobacco Dip. Speaking of tobacco dip, a writer says it will require for 100 sheep 100 gallons of water, and to make that strong enough to kill ticks and the scab it will require the uddltion of nil the fluid that con extracted from 23 pounds of to- uacco- n Tn tobacco should bo ouanly "teeped and boiled so as to get n11 tJia strength out of it. To this uro 10 pounds of sulphur should be dded. Tho sulphur should be mixed wparately In a pail of hot water, and thor-whemix-thri- .V1J ' Chsa.W. ZoU, Mr. JWr Agt., Cincinnati. 0 W. O. O. Rineart on, P. J.. Clnclnwtfl, 0. 3a591l6. Tr -- .nir:i i , H -- - i r WI hi I v 4MaMiasesjll HtlllfctWHii '" ' ' r ",-?;- ' ' ' n n ii ii ii i. n.n.,1 : 4Siw..-ja&caeg I Semi-Weekl- y- Interior Journal TWO COINCIDENCES, Schmidt? How the African Might Double Their Stanford, Kt, - ArniL 10,1896 Pudo Yaas, I talked with her for tle and Goods. MIGHT hUVE FURNISHED FOOD FOR WHAT 18 MONEY AND WHY IT IS tho uso half nn hour the othernlghtat the ball. In some Sunth African tribes THE WILDEST CREDULITY. MONEY. of money is unknown, and trodo is car- Awful stupid ewenture, E. C. Walton, Business Manager. "llow w7" ried on by tho primitivo method of swup-pinMr. Clinton Was Naturally Astonished at The Function of Government Is to Certify, "Why, you boo she nevnh opened lkcv cattlo or grain for calico, guns, otc by Ita Stamp, to the I'urlty and Weight But, although they have no money, thepo mouth tho wholo timo 1 wntli talking What the Doctor Srrvnnt Toltl Him. of a Coin It Should Not Attempt to peoplo have a system of keeping accounts to her." 1 Sctcnttfio American llow a Ilnltlmorn Man Recovered Fam"What! Didn't she even yawn?" Malta Money From Nothing. by cutting notches on n stick, so that Aflenoy ily l'lato Stolen Years Uefore. Catg CURRENCY PRIMER. A SHORT ROAD TO RICHES. Hut Down On. Lady Ate yon acquainted with Minn GILT EDGE 261. iii:(isTKiii:i, BY Vnvti ferA sssfissE-WrnnflSifir'sr's- m lm L4 Mssa KurunimniiunaaiKi irco Hand dock write to MUNN 861 TRADE DKSIQN PATST.MT8. COPYRIGHTS. tn. CAVCAT. HlAl. ft CO, Broadway, Nhw Yotuc. Oldest bureau for eecurlng patent in America. Every patent taken out by u Is brought before tte public by a notlco given freo of cliartjo in tho Hero aro two voritnblo coincidences relntcd at n Boston dinner tablo erstwhile. Both might have been based upon auy kind of uncanny, fatefcjj manipulation of circumstances, seemingly impossible in tho natuial order, had they been introduced by any such motive, Thoy nro simply raro and enrions sequoncos of facts, truo in overytliing but names of porsous. Mr. 'Clinton lived in Dorchester, where ho had n large establishment. Ouo night his child's nnrso wux taken suddenly ill with a kind of cpasm. Tho woman's services to tho infant had boon invaluablo, ct Ono of the recent publications of tho sound Currency Committee of 62 William street, Nuw York, is entitled n "Currency Primer." I and her faithfulness had won her thoro-speand affection of her mastor. As tho coach in a happened to bo away that evening and tho necohsity for tho services of a physician was urgent, Mr. Clinton Middled his horso and rodo hastily into town and was very soon ringing at tho door of tLj family doctor, in Boyl-stostroot. His inquiry of tho servant maid who opened it if tho doctor was at homo was mot by a reply which stupefied him for a moment, so that ho foil i 'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES back against tho wall of tho passago and forgot tho exigency of his errand. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE "Dr. J. is out," said tho girl. "Mr. known for IS yoars as tho Clinton, a patient of his, camn in on BEST REMEDY for PILES. horseback an hour ago, and asked him SOLD DT AI.I. DRUGGISTS. to como out of town to sco a uurso in ftnutl iTlXSBASSSetT MZD CO.. CT. LOUIS. his family who was in convulsions." Recovering from tho shock of an apparent doppolganger thns forcod upon San Francisco. iis conception, questioning elicited tho Portland. fact that tho second patient, bearing his ..Totte own name, lived in Charlestowu. In all other things tho circumstances concerning two persons of tho saino patronymic ....Via The was identical. Tho hour, tho illness, tho vocation of the sufforor, tho arrival on horsdback, woro accidental coincidences which led uowhoro and meant nothing, though tbuy might, with r?wOvswtey ulating attributes, have furnished stimfood grtOJISVlUt M A19AHYJ. CWCJtO fir tc- for tho wildest credulity. A member of tho B. family of BaltiOnly Dining Car Route From more was sent for ouo evening to seo n convict who had expressed such on urgent desiro for tho intorviow that tho jailer acceded to his request to send tho message, which convoyed the singular Elegant Pullman Vettibultd intimation that it might bo much to tho Steepen ot Modern Pattern. gentleman's advantage if ho would For maps or any information, address como to tho prison. Ho found an ovil FRANK I. REI.D, f K. H. BACO looking follow who, having jnst received A , u. r. Agent, jo, I D. P. Louisville Chicago. a long soutonco, which would in all Be sura to call for probability be a life one, had boon Monon Route, moved bv remorso to commuuicato to St :Panl. Mr. B. certain facts in connection with Denver. a robbery of his family plate in which ho said ho had been concerned several years before. The robbor told his astonished hoaror, who had long given up Best Lice to and From any hope of detecting tho criminal or CHICAGO. recovering the property, that ho and anSolid Vestlbuled Trains, with Buffet Parlor other woro concerned in tho crime. Tho Cars, Elegant Coaches, Dining Cars, Wagner silver had been placed in a bundle Sleeping Cars, and latest improved Private Com which wus in his possession. His conpartment Buffet Sleeping Cars, magnificently furfederate was to moot him at an agreed nished with toilet accessories in each compartment. Best terminal station. placo on tho night following tho burglary and they wcro then to makooff toLOUIS. gether, .but if ho failed to keep the apSolid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Csrs, pointment it was a signal of danger, Coaches and Dining Cars, and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars. Entering St. Louis oyer the Ntw and the follow who had tho "swag" Merchants' Bridge, avoiding the disagreeable tun was to understand that ho had hotter oel. got it out of his hands without delay and sccuro his own safety. Tho appointment was not kept, and tho thief, deThe only Through Sleeping Car Lice from Cin- siring to inuko an effort at restitution, Wagner Sleeping Cars. cinnati. Elegant howovor unlikoly, had sent for Mr. B. to tell him that ho had thrown tho of a certain Limited" Solid Vesllbuled package over tho wall The "Soutnwestern Trains, with t.tnblnaticn Library. Buffet and graveyard which ho described, and that Smoking Cars. Wagner Sleeping Cars. Elegant it had fallon within tho door of a tomb Coaches and Dining Cars, landing passengers in New York City at 4d Street Depot. Posi ively which.was stauding open and of which No Frry Transfer. ho indicated tho position. Be sure your tickets read via "BIG FOUR." Expressing suitablo recognition of tho d. b. martin, intentions of tho repentant criminal, Mr. k. o. Mccormick, Pass - Tkt. Agt. Gen. Passenger Traffic Mgr. B. left him, scarcely intending to pursuo tho mutter further. Tho uoxt morning, .IK VOU ARKGOING., however, found him at tho door of tho Boston in charge of tho burying placo. Tho Boston, on hearing tho description THE. of tho tomb, showed at first some confusion, which Mr. B. understood when ho was reminded that tho tomb described was his own family vault, aud tho sexton, who hud at onco remombered a gross carelessness of his own, went on to recall the fact that tho timo was that of Louibvillc a Nashville R. R. tho death and burial of a cousin of tho family, and to ackuowlodgo that ho had the line for you, at its Is nover forgotton or forgiven hiuibolf tho accidental leaving of tho door of tho tomb opon tho night following tho funerMake;close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI al. The two repairod to tho tomb and found tho package inclosed within it, For all points. the silver tarnished, but untouchod, just THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH as tho thiof had cast tho family plato, For any Information enquire of by an unoqualod coincidonco, into tho JOES. RICE. Agent,Ky Stanford, familbnrinl placo of its owners. Boston Transcript. 11 of any scientific paper In th Splendidly Illustrated. No IntolllRrnt bo without it. wv-v-- i JO six month v Addns MONN oiiuin ft CO., VcBUanuts, 301 llroadwoj, Now York City. Lainrest circulation yertl man should rld. TABLER'SDIT P BUCKEYE riUU OINTMENT n I NOBTHWEST m X.OTJISYII.I.Z TO CHICAGO. "BIG FOUR" ROUTE, ILL. ST. BOSTON. NEW YORK. A- srdRTHORWEST. Double Dally Trains Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest, and quickest between U Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Train run by Central Standard Time. Timo Table Nov. 3, 1893. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. 4 IS ico Lve Frank lort A ...... 6 a 1 ao 7C8 4 s8 Klkborn......... 48 4 47 Uround 737 " Stamping Georgetown Paris Only Dnect Line Between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Mayaville, Gynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Air. C. S.Tepot... B... . 7 45 7 So 5 oj 5 09 s 13 a ao A Novel Will. Thero has been unearthed among a bundle of old court documents at Baltimore tho following unique will, executed by Mrs. Anna E. Kulm yeaia ago. It reads as follows: "This, my last will and testament, I boqueath all my jewelry to Kato, my old clothos to Anna, my books to Frank, my good wishes to Herman and Philip, and request that thoy go to church at least six times a year, and a sweet memory of mysolf to my loving hotter half, uud also my inheritance from my father to go to Anna and Kuto jointly. My last wish. Anna E. fundamental principles underlying money in plain language Wo quoto the following : Tho whole matter of monoy, a meas-ur- o of value, a means of exchango, a circulating medium, is ono of necessity, convenience, adaptation to tho end. It is a question of tho fitness and effectiveness of the material snbstauco of which tho instrument is made. Manifestly that fituciM, tho convenience aud effectiveness of tho thing, must be determined by tho judgment of thoso who use tho instrument, thoso who do tho btfsincss, tho labor aud exchango of tho world. Law should attempt to follow that judgment and not attempt to form it, forco it or control it Experience has determined Boveral points us to fitness, Silver is convenience and efficiency. found too precious, too concentrated, to bo conveniently used to represent very Email values. Something moro bulky that is, of less valuo by woight is needed. Henco for smallest values copper coins, for slightly larger nickol or sonio equivalent, and for stilMarger silver. But silver is too bulky that is, of too littlo valuo by weight to represent very largo values. Henco gold is used But even gold is too heavy for thet-eand bulky to bo used by actual count or by actual weighing, and passing from hand to hand at every turn in largo transactions, especially between dealers at a distance. Hence como into uso bank notes, aud far moro largely still checks and bills of exchange. By means of these a given quautity of money will rapidly, though only in a legal sense, pass from hand to hand, from owner to owner, by mcro entries on books of account, no money being actually counted nor even seen by tho banker who keops it locked up in his vuults. Checks and bills of exchango are simply additional facilities, conveniences, multiplying tho rapidity of circulation moro rapidly changing ownership. But tho monoy they represent must bo behind them. Wo now seo tho reason why government cannot make anything monoy which it choocoa to call money, nor mako it money, "current with tho merchant," nor current with tho laborer, by simply calling it a legal tender. Government can no moro do this than it can say what your day's wages shall bo or what shall bo tho price of a bushel of wheat. Any government assuming to do these things would soon boroformod, or if uoed be revolutionized by force. Having seen the function of money, and tho materials of which it should bo composed, and seoing that government cannot make monoy of iron or leather or pasteboard, simply becauso intelligent, freo people of great commercial interests and activities will not use theso substances as money, tho question arises. What is tho function of government in regard to money? Hero again tho answer is, simply to incroaso tho convenience and effectiveness of tho substances or matorials which tho people ha vo already found most convenient and eflfectivo as standards of value. Iucreaso it how? Tho old timo method of uso was to woigh tho metal. That is slow and cumbrous, aud inexact, unless a part at least of tho amount bo divided into very sniall pieces in caso of gold, too small for either safety or convenience, Henco tho art of coinage, each piece of copper, silvor or gold being composed of a given weight. But if coimigo bo left to individuals fraud will creop in. Alloys, mixtures, debasement would bo practiced. Hence tho convenience, tho effectiveness, tho fitness of metal coined into money are immeiiholy increased bycoufl-deuc- o in its purity and in thefulluess of its woight. Therefore tho only duty and province of government in regard to coin is by its stamp, to certify that a given piecoof metal is of n given weight nnd of a given fineness or purity. Thoro tho interference of government should stop, unless to declare what is legal and in what Bums, as tooacli motal. It is now doubted by somo whether government should go further and mako anything a legal tender for debts, and whother it would not bo better to leavo evory man to mako his contract to bo paid in tho money of his choice. If this wore douo, and tho mints of tho wholo world woro thrown opon for froo and uulimltcd coinago of all motals now used as monoy, tho ownera of tho coin would soon find which would circulato and which would not. But I pass no o opinion whethor government should or establish legal tenders. . ten-do- r, do-Qn- It disensses tho when u trader buys cattlo for which ho Texan Sifting. cannot pay when thoy aro dolivered ho A llushitiKl'n I'lnttrry. gives tho Roller n piece of wood with as suit Wlfo (who wants a tailor-madmany notches as thoro woro head of cuhut hn.s only hinted at It) Did you ttle Thnhostioksaro afturward redocmed notice Mrs. I)c Pink's figure? in cloth, guns or rum, according to tho Husband (who smells ' u rat) Ye, wishes of tho cattlo raiser, and thus poor woman; oho mn no figure at all, servo us a medium for exchanging goods. ntid, like other women of Unit sort, has Were tho schemes of tho freo silver to tUjond on tailnr-tnndsuit. Now-yoand flat money advocates of this country my love, are a llcbe in anything. to bo adopted in Africa thoro would bo N. Y. Wwfcly. an easy way for increasing the wealth of Hip Needle and the Yarn. tho pcoplo. Wo aro constantly told by A necdlo loved n linll of yarn. cheap money orators that under fioo tho And nearly hnd n III coinago everybody would bo twice as necuuso It didn't care a darn, rich as ho is now, nnd that doubling And only answered "Nit." Philadelphia Record. tho country's money would double its wealth. If this were truo, all that would RICHARD III. t'l" TO OATI- bo necessary in Africa would bo tho cutting of a great many more notched sticks, when thoro would bo twico as much grain, cloth, etc., and twico as many cattlo as thero aro now. Of courbo tho American silvcrito will hay that tuch a proposition is ridicnlou?. It is. But it is just as sound and logical as tho idea that tho people of tho United States would bo richer if they stuiupod "One Dollar" on u lot of pieces of silver worth only 60 cents. Any ono who can understand that by cutting notches to represent cattlo would not mako moro cattlo should bo ablo to sco through tho claim that doubling tho means by which wealth is measured and exchanged would incroaso tho total quantity of wealth. e o SKroNl) JEWEL 18 y old Stonewall Jnckson This fancy paddle stallion will make tho tiOUMin of 1WU st our stable J mile from Milledgeville, Lincoln county Ky , on the Stanford and Mllledgcville pike. Owing to the hcarcity of money, we will tnnd li i tn At $10 to Insure a Livirjg Colt. Money due when colt come or mare is parted with Mnres graced or fed at rates Nut responsible for should any occur lit Edge is n beautiful rudcurrol, llnxy mane aud tall, 16 hands 3 inelie high, wuh fouled Sept. 0, 1SS0, and is a perfect saddle Iiomo (Hit Edge was showed ns a and took the .Nt'0pMakc premium at Kirksville sud Danville ami In his own ring at llnrrodsburg Those who lu nrci-dent- Cm 3-- 3 ear-ol- d want to breed to a good Middle Mnlliou nro cordtslly invited to look at our hurfu and m:u him move. lie was sired by Second Jewel, lie i y Ctinnlnghnm'g Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. His first dnut Minnie by McDonald's Unicorn. I'd iliun by Wellb CruMider, his first dam by Stonewall Jac'uMin, he by k. Wnsliingtoii Denmark, he by lllack hi" firt-- t dam bv Crusader, he by Old Whip, 'Jd dam a Itocky Mountain mare Dun-uint- Government rartlal to Silver. charge." Tho accusation is constantly being mndo by tho free coinage people that our government is unfriendly to Hilver and that it discriminates against tho whito metal und in favor of gold at every opportunity. Tho Hon. Charles F. Crisp having mndo such charges, tho Hon. o Patterson wroto to Secretary to learn the exuet policy iu regard to silver. Tho secretary replied on March IU, stating that "tho logal tender gold and silver coins of tho United States havo been treated precisely alike, except that greato- - efforts huvo beu ned to keep hilver coins iu circulation than havo been mado to keep gold coin iu circulation." Not only does ho always pay out silver upon request when ho can legally do so but, he nays, "it has always been tho policy of tho treasury dopart-lnei- it to euconrago tho uso of silver to the largest possiblo extent, and in order to accomplish this standard silver dollars will bo sent by express at tho expense of the government to any ono who will deposit an equivalent amount in silver certificates or in treasury notes of 1800 with tho United States treasurer, but gold is not sent to anybody free of Jo-sia- (of the wheel, o whucl; my kingdom for wheel! Judge. A 4i a a a 1 the futurv) Third Itlchard MADISON SAN DI DOE A SON, Milli'ilKtwHIr, Ky. n CHESTER : DARE, h Car-lisl- When Greek Meets Greek. Br the Great Chester Dare. "Jtcally, Miss Keonc," remarked Miiw 1st dam Daioy by Wallace Denmark. Cayenne, "you fcciu determined to nhlnc I'd duiu by Dick Elmore in repartee, if energy nnd jxrncernnc will accomplish it," 3d dam a fine saddle mare. "Yes," was the reply. "I confess to Wnllaco is n dark brown, 16 hands ambitions in that direction. Jlut 1 nm high, foaled in IbP'J. Has mure style than quite aware how ineffectual it would Iks any horse in this section. '.Vns successfor my simple industry iu such mattera to compete w ith your many years of ex- ful in manv ring, both s.iddlo nnd haryear ness, perience." Washington Post. ht Only Once (her. Such explicit Gtatoments ought to prevent a repetition of such charges, but pooplo who mako statements so contrary to easily ascertainable facta are not usually much concerned about such littlo things as facts. Sound Money Declaration, Customer (In liarber'u clialr) Were jou ever a butcher? llartwr No, sir. Hut my fodder was a butcher by dot YaHhlngton uuurket. He wan a good butcher. Customer You Itavo luhcritod hit talent. Only once oer pleanc. liny City Chat. Never Full to HatUfy. llomantlc Mbw Have there not beer, moment in your experience whe.n life seemed full of unsatisfied wanta? e s, that' rto. Mr. Hardhead "At Nuch times I always fly to music for relief. What do you do, Mr. Hardhead?" , "I advertise.' Odds and Ends. Y-- ROYAL Islington, Ac : KING, Full brother to Silver King and the great show mare, Alllc (5. lly On Time. 1st dam Molly Motintz, by Cabbull's King if a light bay with tome white marks, 10 hands high, foaled in 1MH). He in the best saddle stallion In Kentucky. Above horses will make the season of ISirtl nt my stable I miles from Stanford on Iliitl'Mivllle pike, At $10 to Insure Xlvin Not responsible for accidents. Colts. JOB B. T ARRIS. Thn Kie-eptloo- Mrs. White And do you mean to nor Tho following resolution, ndopted by March 16, is a 6amplo of tho resolutions and declarations being mado by different business intcrcsta iu many parts of tho country: Rewired, That tho contlnuc-- ngitntlon for frit) colnngo of nllvcr stands In the way of a revival of confidence and btuincm troqH'rlty ond rvHUlts in an vnornionn rout to tho jxoiile. Tho interest paid on Kovernmint lomlM in only a nmall pnrt of tho coat. All jhtmojih in farming, inauufitcturu or trade, rni'rw, nrei whi ther as producers or wagn vitally Interested In FcruriiiK tho ponnonenco of tho cold standard cf valuo upon which thn IntMuroH of thin country U transacted. It l.i of importance! that thin (juration l 'IU' tiupri-inmediately und finally rcmovud from tho Kphero of politic. Wo demand from nch of tho great political partlcH n blnceru declaration by Its convention in favor of maintnlnini; tho cold fitandard, ho unequivocal that It rnunot bo Interpreted in two way. Wo urt,'" ull citizen to unlto in a vliroroux effort to hrinx about tho selection of deleirntM to tho political convention!) of both parties who will pledgu to advocnto clenr and dUtlnct platform utterances In f.ivor of lo providlriK Tor tho muintinunco of thoKoldFtandurd thntiU xnfo ty shall bo freo from utiy nhndow ot doubt, and who will not tolenttn doubtful phnmH or rxprculorw for thoxnhoof McurlnK votes from tho advocate of tho freu coinago of Hilver. them-ftelveit the Boston Merchants' association on except, of Mrs. IllacU Alwiiys course, now and then, when he's out or something of humor or cf thnt sort. Iondon Anawers. A Necessary Trip. Misa Ncwwoman I will liavo to go to and make bodm purthe city chases. pig-head- agree about everything? that you and your husband always ' EAGLE BIRD, Tiik Ghiat Show Stallion, The Convention Delegate's (Jnandary. Winner of J.100 stake at Lexington, won second money In 100 stake at Versailles, winner of the aged premium and sweepstake nt Paris, also winner of oilier premiums in 1M1, since which time ho mis been in the stud. Eagle Ilitd is a beautiful brown, with MissStrongmlnd Cnn'tyou get what small star, stands over 10 hands, ha a you want here? Hotting muiiennd a heavy tnil. Miss Ncwwoman No, thero isn't n Englu ilird whs sired by King Eagle, gcnt'H furnishing store in town Life. winner of more than 40 blue ties. 's 1st dniu by Star Eagle, best son of Guessed It. Lexington "Whni's that long piece of writing, "d dam by Hamlet Denmark, son of j papa? Is It ootry?" Washington 'Denmark. (Hastily replacing it in hla empty lid d it n by Harris' Denmark, son of pockctl)ook) "Y yes, dear. It is Miller's Deninatk. Eugle liird will make the season of 1S0G nn owed to your mother's milliner." at Ids stable 2 miles West of Mauford on Chicago Tribune. the Shelby City pike at tho extremely low A Precious Metal. price of Mrs. llnvmakcr Striken mo S'nian. thv live n better stlyo 'n ever, ncned TEN D0LLARST0 INSURE A LIVINC'COLT Bho wuz divorced. will bu required Monev or cash Miss Tattle Yes, Hhc'a llvln on tho when a living colt noteobtained is give lior. Hay City anUmony tlie court Englu ilird is one of the greatest show Chat. hordes in Kentucky, ns his record in lb'.Kl will attest. As a breeder of fine, good A I'rlvlleged Vlslto,. d styled colts ho is Mra, Keedich Did I understand you colored, high to say that you s.uw Queen Victoria Marcs from a distance will ho furnished when you were In England, Mra. Trot- grasH after May at $1.60 per month aud ter? must bu paid at tho removal of the mares Mra. Trotter Yea; I sw tlio queen Care will bo taken to prevent accidents and escapes, hut will not be rcsj)onsihIe Judge, ami tho should any occur i'arting with or A Good Name for It, of mates forfeits tho insurance. "My bicycle has been injured in tlie B.F.WOODS. windpipe," said QlldersVceve. "W'hat on earth ia a bicycle's windpipe?" naked TilllnghaBt. "The very part that ia on earth, tho I Cah-bell' J .-- 1 uiisur-passc- 1 pneumatic tube." Detroit Free Press. Wiggins Did you ever feel tear, captain, when entering Into on engage- EMPEROR No. 27. Colonial Legal Tender Laws. Wo havo seon how capricious were tho tender laws of tho colonial period. Vir- C.....-.8- 30 34' 400 Kuhn." 8. 10. a. 4. Likely to Pay an Account. TRAINS WEST. No. m, No.m. No.m. No. m. a. p. p. a. Hicks I'm in hard luck. 600 4 40 .....C...M. 9 i Lve Paris - C. a Depot ....io 07 Wicks How so? 6 40 640 10 10 ' Georgetown B 10 s8 638 5 5S Hicks Why, here's a monoy order 7 7 " Sump'g Gro'd 10 46 just got for f 20, aud the only Elkhorn 1 7S 8 is that I've 730 Air Frankfort A... 1100 man iu town that can identify mo to tho money ordor clerk is ono that I owo SUNDAY TRAINS. 30 to. Somorvillo Journal Leave Georgetown 10 to a. m; arrive Frankfort "uaverankfort 5 4 3P- - ",ye Ccorgetowa Kentucky Midland Railway and eonnec. tionriorffl the shortest and cheapest rout, to all oUita South, East, Hcrtfa For further information apply to their agents, i& The first trapdoor was made by a en-trau- co species of African spider which has its nest in tho ground, and closes the by means of a trapdoor opening BKRCAVVV pen. Pass Agent.. B. HARPER, Re'r & Oea.Sup outwardly und covered with bits of earth GEO. Frankfort Kt and grass in order to escape observation. 1 ginia, for example, varied her practice in tho following manner: 1633 Gold uud silver the only legal tender. 1042 Tobacco the only legal tender. 1G55 Tobacco, silvor and wheat equally logal tender at fixed rates. 1000 Peas, Indian corn, barley, oats and wound silk added to the preceding articles as legal tender at fixed rates. 1727 Tobacco notes legal toudor for tobacco debts within tho warehouse district, but uat olsowhoro. 1730 Tobacco notes tho solo legal tender for tobacco debts in the district. 1768 Silver legal tender for tobacco debts at a flxod rate. Maryland likowiso had sovoral varieties of legal tendor, including this: 1763 Inspected tobacco legal tender higher rates than for debts at uninspected. Horace White in "Money and Banking." ware-houEO one-fourth' Copt, Armeft Why, my dear fellow, a i $10 to Insure Living Colts was all atremblo when I proposed to ray wife! Harper's Bazar. With lien retained until season is paid. Parting with marc or Jennet forfeits inntlll Om Dancer. Friend And axe you now out of surance Eniperor ia a Jet black with white points, danger? 16 ham's high, weighs 1,150 lbs , 7 years Convalescent No; tho doctor sayB ho old and is standard bred and registered. Insidious Political Evil. There are some political evils which will paj' mc two or three more vlslta." Call and see him and his colts, which aro seen as soon as thoy are dangerous Puck. are large and line . and which alarm at ouco as woll tho I. S. TEVI8. Un forgot ten. Wars and peoplo as tho government. "Brookton Bays Ids friende never forinvasions, therefore, aro not always tho get hlm." most certain destroyers of national "No. He always borrows money from prosperity. They como in no questionthem." Washington Star. The abotc fine black lack with fray polots will able shape. They unnouueo their own make the seaion of i&4t my place, the old liei A Fotoeid Meaaare. approach, aud tho goneral security is vey Helm farm, o the ri:sn(ord aed shclby City "now all avenues havo widened to pike, at preserved by tho general alarm. Not bo with tho ovils of a debased coin, a de- woman." $7 to Insure a Colt 4 Months Old "Yes, especially since xvoVo taken to preciated paper curroucy or a depressed bands high is und falling public credit. These insinu- wearing big Bleeies." Chicago Record. st Join K. it 4 years old, 15 breed nil you and himI leiidla individual. Don't tee lie was loaltd sod raised byJ.K Baughmao, a ate thomsolvoa in tho shapo of fallacies, The Ooetly Oarbon. Hustonvillo. lie has proven himself to be a splenaccommodation' and relief. Thoy hold Although her eyes were diamond. did breeder of Urge colts, as several of hit Rtt a out the most fallacious hope bf any cosy Mi. Utughman's will show. Mares kpt at re Ills mercenary soul tenable rates. Care taken to prevent accident ."Was chiefly touched to nottoa that payment of debts and a lighter burden but not responsible should any occur. . Her hatr was black m ooak of taxatioo. Danial Webster. FRED P. BISHOP, Stanford, Ky. t WaahtofOasrtmr. ment? servo mares and jennets the coming sea- son at my farm near Shelby City at the low price of This splendid jack will he permitted to ' . I ' , JOHti K. I . . 5E?? 1 Ul-! - sft jf? f y? ''MT? I ' Stanford, E. C. Kv-- , iNTERIOkJoUPIifll KvKiivTiiiNO that is stylish in Spring DETECTIVE DANKS. hats at Shanks'. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Apuil Flowku Pots all sizes at Warren 10, 185)6 Shanks' Model Grocery. m m In Running Down his Watch Thief, Finds Dead Loads of Stolen Property. A m Walton, Business Manager. FraisK Holtzclaw, of the Hubble tion, has a now girl at his house, sec- Uahdkn Seeds in bulk and papers at Thk quality of itoodi old from Penny's Warren & Shanks' Model Grocery. " ... Jowolry ritoru lias nlwrtyH been known to bo the very beat. Yon run no risk In Nkh holt buuiclea, shirt waist nets, etc. buying for thero Ih no other kind. Don't have arrived. Danks, the jeweler. " iiiIph tlio miction p.!i on April 115. Hnln will be continue' till nil unoiln nre Bold. Four Lincoln county bonds of $500 each for sale. Apply at this olllco. PER8UHA1 POINTS. Mb. W.M. UinoiiTiHilonn with tonal-litis- . Gardkn Hoes, llfkes,Spading Shovels, Ac, at Wurron A Shnnka' Model GroWatch for new date for our jewelry auction. It will pay you. G. L. Penny, exor. litni) Eye Crtiuiol tortl at 13 cents per bushel. Guaranteed not to pop. J. H. Baughman A Co. our ladiea' and gentlemen's tan slippers and nhoea. They are beauties H.J. McUoberta. Hkk cery. Hon. J. N. Kaondkhb went to Middles boro, Wuilni-otlity- . Mhb. Jiiiin W. Hour has been finite sick fur anvernl days. Mi,h. K, W.Smitii hH been qulto sick for o couple of weuke. MitiaJKNNiKCooi'Kii is BMlBthiK In a millinery Htore at Heruii. Mibs AnnaTavlok hM8 Kone to Grab Orchard to visit Miss Tump Stuart. Mr. Jamkh F. Hay we lunonjj tho Sunford vlHitora at Liberty this week. i Smith orders his paper sent to tiomeraet, where ho moved from McKin noy. for Mils Mattik Paxton leaves Ionisvillo to visit her tunt, Mrs. Mary Dunn. Mits (J. W. Kbkmkk, of LouIbvIUo, is viHltinK her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Harris. ' Mita J. B. Oaiibom, of tho Kast Knd, wasthecuoftt of Mra. J. G. Carpenter this week. Mm. P. T. Diivr. of Hustonville, spent several daH with her daughter, Mrs. V. John B. I'lknty extra quality chicken feed on hand. gone. J. Lay in your supply before it is all " 11. Baughman A Co. to-da- y Your 1805 account muat be paid. Don't think it is too small to settle. I can not run my business without it. W. B. McUoberta. KodB. 8. O. Brown Leghorn and Black Langnban eges for sale, 75c for a svtttlngof 15 eggs. Address Mrs. J. K. Carson A Son, Crab Orchard. Thk weather has continued VPRtc pleasant L. KvHnc. Mk, W, with at: occasional flhower. The dispatch rday read: Light rain tonight and II. Bhanks went to Danville Friday, followed by fair and colder. Wedueaday and enjoyed firpoks' lectuie Milmnkry, I now have my stock of with a pretty irl. millinery open and will be glad to have Mim. J. II. YavfiBit and MIaSun Wil lio Halo went to Danville Tuesday to the Udles of Hustonville and vicinity to call and see it. Mis Mac F. Logan, visit Miss Kddle AtUinr. Mu, It. M Mo and wife, of Garrard, went to LouIhvIIIu yinterday to nee their Titu Q A O. will make one faro for the eon, Silas, who is there ill. round trip to Chattanooga May S to Mh. J. Y liot.DAM, Mlcftfi KatinllayB on account of the Southern Baptist Conand LIkIo Gormley were down from vention. This ia tho ehortest and best Crab Orchard yeatorday shopping. line thither. Mit. J. L. Fkoiimin, of the Globe, was Mu. J. C. McWiioutkii, the Crab Orup Tuesday to arranso for a page chard undertaker, is going on the road in our Itwun of the 17th. J. A Okait, Km, of Louisville, was for the Falls City Mfg. Co , but will concalled to London Tuesday by the eerions tinue to run hie business, with Mr. GranMint's of his mother, now pant 80 and ville Haley in charge. Sae ad. In this Issue. totally blind. Mr. (iKoiutu Fahiiih haa t'ono to a busMn. Will II. Shanks took ordors Tuesiness collpk'i) at Memphis and Mr. K. II. day for 2.1 suits of clothes to be made by Ueazley hat takon his plare na clerk at the tailor for whom he is agent, besides tho St. Asaph. a number of extra pantaloons. He Thomas Millkr Owslry, of the Bowhimself pretty well satisfied with ling Green Journal, wis one of the judg- the two data' work. oratorical con-tees in tho Onilen CoIU-kThriik will be a musical and literary a fow n'jjhla ago. Mr, 0. K. Tatk, who returned from entertainment at the College this afterWilliamstown yesterday, tells us that noon at 2 o'clock, to which the patrons there wero only thre snilH found in the and the public interested are invited. ham near that place and none of them Misa Uowen will render the solo "Sing, Smile and Slumber," with violin obligato bore his mark. Mit. Wm. Cookk, who haa been at the by Mr. B. 11. Dank. Joseph Price Hospital for two months, Dii. Wm. Siiklto.n lulls us that he where he underwent a auricical opera- made a mistake. The commencement tion, returned to his home In Laurel exercises of Stanford Female College will Wednesday "labeled sound and well." will occur June 8th and 9th, instead of Mna. Mattik Bauohman, of Lincoln, during the lirst week pf that month. Dave is vieitlng her sinters, There will be no graduates, bnt the ex Little crcibca will he and Henry Dunn, in Danville. none the les interesting Misses Kllie Itauphman and Margaret on that account. Fox, of Stanford, are visiting Mips Coroy Tiik next meeting of the Central na Dunn. Advocate. Mii-- Mary Shkuiy, of Arcadia, Lincoln Medical Association, Dr. Steele county, Is the guest of her cousin, Miss Bailey tella us, will bo held In Stanford, Anna Maudlin, at "Temple Hill." Mre. beginning at 10 o'clock April 10. Dr. (J. C VanArsdall and daughter, Miss Henry Pittman will read tho opening Ilcilah, of Huatonvillu, were the uuesta paper on the etiology, pathology, disgno sis, sequela- and treatment of acute neof Mr. and Mrs. I. 0. James. Hnrroda-burphritis). Omnibus discussion. The secSayings. tion of obstetrics and gynecology will be Dkatu. Mr. John M. Hail received a CITY AND VICINITY. opened by Dr. A. D. Prico. The pro- dispatch from Dauvilb yesterday telling Wiiitr eeed oats for sale. J. II. Bnugh-ma- gram embraces other papers of interest. of the death of hia aunt, Mrs. Ilhodn " iStOo. Thk Madam Jarley Wax Workfl Exhi- Woodcock, who was the widow of the l.ttu William Woodcock. She was about 70 Brick: and sand for sale. J. B. Hig- bition it) getting in shape and the Mud-ayeaiaold and her death web tho result of " which the same is Mies Georgia gler, Stanford .9. Lewis, haa selected most of her exhib- a complication of troubles. Mra. WoodTurku house and lots in Stanford for its. The date is not definitely decided cock was tho mother of Mrs. B. J. DurHale. Apply to W. A.Tribhle. upon yet, but it will likely be on the ham and John H. Woodcock, who died at ship ovening of the tilst. Tho music will be Lancaster several years ago. Her funeral Thk express wagon will call for will be preached at Danville at 10 o'clock menta at 11 o'clock each morning. J. S. under the direction of Misa Mary Cowen, this morning, after which ho- remains who will sing several eoloe, and Miss Hico, agent. Angle Ballon will likely give a drill of will be taken to Somersot for interment. It was 31 yearB ugo yesterday that Lee the smsller girls. The whole thing ia goIn knocking out the local option law Burrendered tho Confederate army at ing to be enjoyable and amusing and as hbre, the constitutionality of ita passage Appomattox. each exhibit ia brought out ami its virtues dilated upon, the fun will cotno in cut no figure in the decision of the couit To clean out our mock of cutlery we guessing who is it and in seeing her re- of appeals, nor did tho time intervening will Bell razors, knives and eciBeora at frain from laughing when the Madam between theorder of court and the eleccost. CrBig & Hocker. tion. The court held, however, that the tolls bo many things about her. ' petition must bo signed by 25 per cent, of i Southern Queen, JorBey Yellow and Tux fiscal court met Tuesday and fixed the legal voters of each of the precincts Jersey Ked and homo grown Brazlllian tho levy for ISDOat 2G cents on the $100, affected by the election, it not being suffipotatoea at Higaina A McKinney'a. three cents higher than last year, the cient to allege that tho petition waa "by a Witiikhb, who waa at Corbin increase being made, it is claimed, to number of legal votera equal to 2o per W. W. this week, tells us that 10 building are raise $2,500 with which to refund the cent, of the votes cast In each of the preunder construction in that thrifty town, taxes that the banks had paid and which cincts." the court of appeals haa since decided Wuilb Will Carter, a colored boy, was We aro Boiling ready mixed paint at they were not liable for. The rest of tho hunting for turkey nesta on Mr. H. S. prico $1.00. Full weight levy ia divided as follows: 4 il.10, former cents to pay and measure guaranteed. Craig & Hock- - intereat on tho bonded indebtedness of Withers farm yesterday he found a saddle, bridle and blanket ina corn shook not $20,000 and creato a Binking fund to . tho house. A bay horse that had it, 10 Jjcenta for roads and 0 far fiom Frank McKinnby had a couple of been shot in the hip was found grazing on barrels of apples stolon u few nights ago. for ordinary expenses, auch as salaries, the pike near by that had evidently been They hod been nailed up and were left keeping the poor, Ac. A settlement was rocently ridden. Dave Embry heard a made with Sheriff T. D. Newland. Ho in tho yard. direction of whore the horso i presented a delinquent list of G25 which shot in the everybody. at alate hour Wednesday night found Wk are trying to pleaee ia 121 lesa than last year and after throw- waa JuBt added n car of 8 oz. nut bituminous ing out five on him the list waa accepted. Tiikhu wero several applications for and cannol coal mixed, cheap, for cook- Judge Alcorn waa given the right to run water worka bonda, but the directory ing purposes. Try it; buy it; like It; get tho aewer pipe from hia ofllce to the jail the decided not to issuo them bat borrow " more. Noel & Son. sewer and County Clerk J. F. Cummina tho amount to build the reservoir in waa allowed $200 out of the levy of '97 Hanky haa tendered his Mh.T. D. stead. city councilman and the for making a generalindex to the mortbb gages. The democratic members did not Ricbahd Walkbh, the aged father of toboard will net on it at its meeting think it necessary to incur the. expense John Sneed, colored, died while on a via-tnight. Mr. Kaney Beys that tho duties hia son here lie lived in Boyle. and voted against the latter proposition. Interfere with hla buainew. 11ns-tonvill- e. 1 adver-tiaeme- nt at m m Ken-luck- h g - Underwood Broo. sold a jack to a Garrard .nan for $200. At last mysterious thefts thnt Iibvo oc Louis Walz bought of O. A. Grubba curred here for tho last two years are ex- a Bmall bunch of hogs at 3Jc. plained and the nest broken up. It came C. L. Crow refused $225 for McKln-no- y about in this wist: Bolle, 2:201, tho other day. Wednesday Mr. B. H. Danka received P. W. Green sold to a Lexington par-t- y information from Jeweler E. Flaig at his gelding, Dr. Allen, trial 2:28, for Danville that he thought he had one of $240. the watches recently etolen from him. Our horse advertisements are comTaking Charley Carson with him, Mr. ing in slowly. Don't fail to read them Dauks went at once to Danville and before you breed. found that young VHnPelt had brought a SaleB of several jacka at $150 to $250 watch case to Mr. Flaig to have mov- and Imp. Paragon for $150 Bre reported ement put iu it. With this clue and the in the Advocate. assistance of Chief of Police G. T. Helm I will bo on tho market again this they started out to hunt Van Pelt. He year and will pay vou tho highest price readily told that he got the case from for your wool. Wm. Moreland. Emma Talbott, n negro woman, and she Capt. B F. Powell sold hia 10 hand in turn tuid that she had obtained it from jack.Gov St. John, to W. L. Grady and Will Evans, n Lincoln county negrof J. D. Walker, of Adair, for $500. from whom she also got one of Daukb' Tho Paris Kentuckian-Citizesavs rings. It waa found that Evans win in "U. A. Butler and sou, Thomas, have 47 town and Mr. Helm got on hit track, but ewes which havo with them 90 lambs. after chasing him four or five miles in Lost Two large black sows,, weigh the country lost the scent. .Mr. Dunks 250 each, tip off end of oar, been gone thinking that the negro would go home, two wopke. One forward with pig. Any struck for Stanford nud procuring a war information to their whereabouts will rant and Ofllcera O. J. and It. M. New-lau- d receive liberal rewnrd. E T. Pence. went to the house of Dick Evnns, At Hustonville tomorrow, Saturday, the father of Will, and where he makes there will be the annual horse ebow and his home. This waa after 10 o'clock at Monday we'll have regular exhibit here. night. They found the old man and his Keep your eye on our horse column, you 80 u O wsley nt homo and while they were who are interested. The best stock is having trouble in arresting the latter,the always advertised in this paper. father Blipped oil and made his escape. A The Sayings reporta salea of 50 scrub survey of the premises was n startling cattle at Harrodaburg Monday at 2j, 20 revelation. Dozen of suits of clothes, better grade at 3c, 2 cars of fat cattle at boxes of hats, hams, shoulders, buggy 3, 250 hogs at 3J, a lot of short yearling wheels, lap robeB and everything that mules at $10 to $15, olda f25 to had he. it stolen here for a year were $30 and work mules at $35 to $55. found flther in the house or the out Covington. Arnold A Bro., bought housiri. I'ffo clothing, .of courae, waa Major John D. Harris' and Auditor Sam Mr VV. P. Tate's, tho buggy wheels are Stone's crop of growing wheat at CO cents Mr. M. D. Elmore's and the other things to be delivered In July. The crop will belonging to various and sundry people. amount to betweon 12 and 14,000 bushMr. D.inks and his party remained els. This Is tho largest single purchase around the house all night, hoping to of wheat ever rnado in Madison county. catch Will Evans, but he evidently Pantagraph. Btnelled a mouse, ua he failed t()6how up. For Sale. Not having sufficient Among the many articles found were grass, I offer for sale, any time during two coats, an overcoat and a pair of pan- the montu, 40 head of good feeders taloon with Mr. S. II. Shanks' mark on weighing from 1,100 to 1,200 pounds that them and which he recognized as some have been corn fed since Jan. 15; also of the goods stolen from his store during 100 head of stock hogs weighing about the Christmas of ISO and all bed been 100 lb, each, for tale, provided the catworn. A very fine plug hat, which no tle aro sold. I. S. Tevis, near Shelby one know, attracted much comment. A City, Boyle countv. lotof jewelry, but none of Danka', waa also found and enough bacon to run a NEW ADYEBTI9EXENTH. hotel for a j ear. After cleaning out old DicK's house, the ofllcera went to the W. S. of the homo of Will Brown, a old man, and there found the bed clothes, It a candidate far Judge of the Court of Appeals for this dlitrict, lubject to the will of tbe democ valise and wedding suit stolon from J. II. racy. Kirby, carpenter und other tools taken from M. S. Baughman, valued at the time they were stolen at $27 and other property. UeandOwaley, Arthur and Andrew Evans were arrested and are now in jail. A brother of the Evana boya ia in the peniteutiary for stealing a mule from E, Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. P. Woods. Owsley Evans attempted to cut Dick Nowland, when ho arrested him, Wtihei to thank hit friends and neighbors for and rimectfullv asks to be re but Marshal Newland covered him just thiir natronicethe future. Mr Granville Haley membered in will b found ready to serve you at anv time. A in lime. The Evana family have been nice line ot Caskets, Cotfiat, Kobes, 4c, to seconsidered high fiyera among their race lect from always on hand. 113m and it has at liBt been discovered how they lived so finely and dressed so well. I I They aro no doubt the authors of all the thefts of consequence that have been committed here for years. An inventory of Mr. Tate's goods bIiowb Splendid and well selected ne of that less than a fourth have been found. The houses of Viney Hill and Miller Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Surreys, Buckboards, BroaddtiH were searched yesterday afternoon but none of the stolen goods wero And the like always on hand. Call in and look at them and pet ray Pi ices fouud. In the latter'a cellar were two to tf u. a. v;a RPKN'TKlt. Hustonville, Ky. harrcli of nppUs which answered to the description of those lost by Frank a fcw nights ago, but be had not arrived to Identify them up to the time we went to press. n 1 son-in-la- Auetion Postponed. ? On account of the illness of our auctioneer we have been compelled to postpone our auction sale of Jewelry till the Latter Part G. L. Of April. w Due Notice of the Date Will be Given. PENNY, Executor. Im- The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and see A. E. GIBBONS, Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kentucky. "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.' I Have Purchashcd the Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, &c, &c, from Hughes & Tate and will Close Out every thingin shock at nrsi cost wiinouc carnage. 1 invite all who appreciate fair dealing, courteous treatment and good goods at the lowestjjpossible r aa .a nn an 4 'II al.?. jjih.cs iu iduciuu assiai in iiuamg out. li very enmg win tbe sold lor Cash or Country Produce at the highest market price. The services of G. B. Cooper and C. E. Tate have been secured as'salesmen, with my personal supervision. a a 4 11 1 a . a v I a A - W. P. TflTE, Stanford, Ky. IT'S HOUSE CLEAMe" l3ySe, JUDGE PRYOR ME. You will want new J. C. McWhortor, UNDERTAKER. Carpets and Lace Curtains, Shades, Poles, Rugs. We are showing a splendid line of New Pat. terns in the very best ingrains. The colors are strictly fast and they are pure wool. ftlQUg Fl7iNIIStslNGS We have Beautiful Line of Buggies Buggies 1 Curtain Swisses, with White and Colored Dots We have a solenHM Qfort- - r.r ,;A uvwi Wl 1V111 . dow shades. If you haven't one to fit your window we will , for you any length, any width. Look at our Matting before buying. Remember we will sell these goods onlv on their merits. Ants?nzr? muji n. I.,' ""n--ri m' u imwwtAim J X - -- m-L- Mc-Kinn- SEVERANCE & SON. 1 n Garden Seed in Bulk, - -- ! 4 ... - ENGLISHHUNTER. in in Combined bay stallion, 10 hands high; both hind ankles white. Sired by Aiin.ti.L.vu Messknokr. First dam tho William Lusk saddlo maro, by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drcnnon; 2nd dam by Highlander. Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is by Messenger Chiof, Biro of Northern Seed Potato Maud Messenger, 2:101. Come and get first pick. I will stand English Hunter tho season of 189(3 at my stable 3 miles from Shelby City on tlicKnob Lick and Turnersvillc pike Red Valentine, First and Best, Black Wax, Extra Early, Golden Wax, Maud S , Early Six Weeks, McLean's Little Gem Cut Short, Champion of England, London Horticultural.. Large White Marrowfat White Crease Back, Bunch Butter Beans, Stick Butter Beans, Pumpkin Seed, Onion Sets, Adams Early Corn, Old Colony Corn, Mixed Sweet Peas. stock better and cheaper than ever before ""fp At $8 to Insure A Living Colt. Monoy due when colt is foaled HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, Is Receiving his or mare - parted with. -- liq-nad- ate THE MER6HAKT TALLOiH I will also stand SAM SMALL BPMXNCr At J5to Insure n Living Colt. Sam is by ono of Lylo's Imported jacks and out of Dollio Woods, sho by Tully's Warrior and out of an imported jennet. Sam is 14 hands high and just as thick as ho is high, or in other words ho is just as big lying down as ho is standing up. Sam's mules when matured measure from 15 to 10 hands high. Little jack, little pay but a B. P. POWELL. big mule, Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect ANB SUMMER Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. INCORPORATED. SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to HERNDON-CARTE- R 813-31- 0 in CO. o We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of our success, lnviteu. Tlce currents maucu rree. Xurrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, XV. j"XWpAflg3 rS. ...- - b ,i i ; s Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm AT KENTUCKY UP TO DATE. i. i lmbllshod Evory Tuesday and Friday S The following is a paper read by Miss nt recent Elvira .Sydnor Miller at ami written especially (or hero hr enter-ainme- ' i i M 'M.S.&i.W.Baugkman, FEED Some time ago the bell boy of a big Eastern hotel If yon need livery give ui a call. Nothing oat rushed into the oflko with his eyes turcouti will leave our stabls. See uc Krr rates. In our hanging out of his head and informed the clerk that the man in Room 40 hud BLACKSMITH SHOP. hydrophobia. That he was ill, and when work and tatlsfactor Wlllguarantuefirst-clas- t be asked for a drink, and was banned a Tiy our hor ahoer. (w first-class STABLE, Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Years have passed by since Steve FosWhen not tepaid 32. 60 will be charged.! ter Banc of the "Old Kentucky llome." lie painted it aa a sort of earthly paraK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. dise whore the sun ahono bright and the Train eave Stanford al 7.10 a. m., returning young folks rolled on the cabin lloor, t 4:30 p. m. but we are up to date now and poor L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Kentucky bus had a hard luck story to tell. If Steve would come back ho would TVo. 4, Train Rome North... u 37pm " " Kt,ao. " 3 15 a m find the old Kentucky homo eadly alter,r. Mo. 13, " South .. t a 04 p m ed and turned into n political lunatic asy1 15 p in lum, and I doubt if the old song writer QUEEN & CRESCENT. could get past the cordon of militia Trains past Junction City at follows; around it, unless he posed as Jack ..3.56 p m 1137 am No North N. 1 South " 3 ' " 4 ..1.4S p m Uhtnn's understudy or had the Masonic .o6am 6 ' 5 " " m ..3.15 am sign. There are new tenants and strange i.oi pm "' 10 " 8 40 .6 00 a m 9 " Note. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and to run tio fur- - faces and you can depend upon it the her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. firm now in possession did not buy the good will of the old with the business. There wns a time when the very name of Kentucky whs an inspiration and a charm and people took it like a stimulant. It looked handsome on a note of hand and was as sweet to the ear ns the song of the first bird in Bpring. Of all tho States gathered around Uncle S tin's table she was tho fairest. tier cheek was like the wild rose that hangs its pink blossoms along hor pleasant ways, her lips like carnations, her eyes like the dusky woods ol October, her hair silken aa the tassels of corn, her step like that ot ttie ttiorougubred in tue grnesy up lands and her smile as intoxicating and her voice as mellow as old whisky. Sho moved among other States like a bride yearling null, steer talvet among her bridesmaid, the bluegmss plements constating ol I mowing machine, i hay Absolutely Froo PlUtj Everybody ia trying to get in his rake, i larm wagon ami harneM, plows, wreathing her bright locks, love in her Send your address to 11 K. Ilucklen Ik Co., harrows, Ac surrey and spring wagon, garden this pretty weather. Chicago, and git 4 tree sample baa of Dr. King's harness, and a Also i lot of huuschald i and kitcheu good A cream of tartar baking pow- eye and spring time in her heart. New Life Pills, A trial will convince ou of their furniture The baea are beginning to bite and merits. 1 heie pills are easy In action She was tho first and only gieat Amerand are der. Highest of all in leavening At the tamo time and place the of eye the nation lit the fisherman is busy securing his min- particularly llH.llve in the cum ami contitatiun Tlio Farm of 70 Across will bi Ilonteil ana sick nesiiac-ntfingth. Latest United States ican beauty at whose liver tt,cut malaria for nows and repairing his tackle. les they hase beeu proved Invaluadle. Tncy are To the highest and teat bidder for the remainder its cigar and at whoso heart it warmed its Government tood Keport. frie : Tho young people of the M. E. guaranteed to be perfectlypurely from csery delete ol the year. The farm is well Impraiei, Matt all : bands. But there were no modern imegeiable. They in grass and hat comloiukle dwMiag and good nous aud 10 aOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., provements then, Kentucky was not up church are practicing (or a cantata to be do nutsubstance by their be weaken action, but by irivtng lose outhouse, alto a splendid on hard. There about Office on Main Street, Oppotita the to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the 108 Wall Street, Now York. acres la which the testier olli gat given in the early part of May. system Regular sire ac,c per box bald by W. I Terms. whe.l to dato, thero was no family in her All sums uf ia and under catS .n Mr. Win. II. Manning, one of our 11. McItobru, druggist. hand; over tbat amount a credit ol 6 issumhs boundaries too poor to own an able bodwithout lulerest Negotiable rwlct (Arable in the in this It will be an avreoxblc surprise to persons sub- Clnacns Natiuial Hank of Danville required of ied fued and shooting irons, and the brst citizens, died at his home .., .. .Proprietors of..... JAMKS II Kt.YM'MIS. ject to attacks ol bilious cone to Irani that prompt purchaier. country took of! its hat to tho beauty of county last week of pneumonia. relief may e had by taking CnauiberUin's Cube, AdmlnlstsMtor. bid Tho measles have been almost an Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In many inher women and the valor of her men. taking be prevented epidemic here, but of a very mild form, stances the atlaik maythe first tympio-n- bj of the STANFORD, KY. Call on Kentucky once boasted of three of a tbit remedy soon as A NbW Dress Making1 fchblisksnl, disease appear and only a few cases have been serioue. Haviag bought af P W. Green hit Livery busMks. L. A. Brady, kind that beat any pair, her women, 15 and s cent bottles far sale by Craig .t Hock, iness and tdd.d new buggies and horses, we arc Allison Wood, a young man of about er, Sunford, Ky. Miss MollieJWare. horsed and whisky. If there is anything Having completed tny course in the Kitneh prepared ta furnish 18 years, fell from a wagon Friday and Stanford, Ky. prettier oomt over M. D. Elmore's ttore, Tailori.ic System ol Cutting and Fitting I oiler than the Kentucky girl I would An Affidavit. FIRST-CLAS- S tny services to wagon ran over him and killed him. TURNOUTS like to see it. Venus was probably im- the on May nth I walked In This is f certify that Commonwealth's Attorney Stout got Melicli's drug store en a pair uf crutchrt and On short nattcc. The travelled public will And ported from this State and the Queen of - of Chamberlain's Pain Halm and 10 Tuesday. The next bought a boltl-rheumatism which had crippled for And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please us always ready either willing or lurnish Drummers' Wtgoni. inllatumatory rae tingle Sheba would have stood no show at the homo from Somerset double, or Carnup. After usin three boll Its I am completely them wllh my work I will be found in the rear ages af ad kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The Moncommences here the second court of King Solomon hud a bluegrass courtin May. cured I can cheerlully recommended it Chas af Mrs. Kato DuaMerar'a Mllllnsry blcre and will bays In and around lawn will also find us the peo day 11 Wetcl, Sunhury, Pa. be glal to wait on those wishing work in my tine. pic ta deal with. Slop with us when In tewnal The ladies of Stanford and vicinity bare decid- girl been there. She is the lovely dream courts and entertainments and sour horse and va. Sworn and subscribed to before me on August A fire broke out in the old Harmon MltS. W.M GKER, Stanford 7tf money by buying ed to help their hutbandt tave hide will be well cared far imprisoned in the pallid Hotel property Tuesday just after 1 io, iSo Waller hipraau, J. P and bonnett ot Mrt Kate Dudderar which Joel Hart their hal. r'or tale at jn cents per bottle by Craig A O.II. COOPKK IX K UMI a thttscaion. Come In Friday and baturday and marble, and is the queen among women o'clock, KHOt 5 i HAIkUt Myert House Stable, St.nfard, Ky K. . but was put out before it did a as the rose is the queen among flowers. During tho winter of iif, V. M. Msrtin, ol much damage. & Long Keach, West Va , contracted a setrre cold linet of Millinery Pilgrims from all over the world have We have one of the handsomest Mr. Terrill Humblin, of this county, whica left him with a couch la speakini: ol haw brought to thlt place. Do nut forget the come here to picnic their eyes upon her ever Proprietor! he cured it has been appointed guard in the peni- cough syrup he eayt: ' I rebel saveral kinds of Drew Mating Try the Tailor System. but fo ind and the man who would tell her prairie tentiary. D. W. Scalf hhs taken charge bottle of Chamberlain's no Coughuntil I bought a Remember we are the ciclutitoagcr.lt for the m. n nttnn'.RAR. Kemrdy, which celebrated relieved me almcst Instantly, and in a short tlree KATE DUDDERAR, Manager. wou'.d have to jump into the dictionary of the Central Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. brought about a complete cure" When troubled Falls Branch Jollico Goal, STANFORD KY with a shovel and allow tho English lanwith a this remedy and Samp Maban have moved to town from not findcough or cold usetry scteral kmJsyou whl J V McGI.NNIS, J. W. COOK before it ueces ary to Hortet handled under Saddle and In Harnett, Also that it will be to the interest of everybody n charge paint thop. In charge trimming stop. guage to pass into the hands of a receiv- Pleasant View. you get relief It hat been in market for over to and prepared lor tale roadsters and to call and t.e our clean Domcttle Nut CeaL years and constantly grown in favor and popular er. Her faca is a church where her eyes tadours bought and told on coaimitsion Good Prices the very lowest We pay the cash al Ih, Our saw mills are rpady for running ity hall mile tract and best ttat.les in the country. ( mines, therefore are able to sell at the lawttt Y. are worshipped, tier looks are ner lawyers For sale at sj and jo price. Come and sea us again after repairing the damage done Hocker, tanlord Ky cents per bottle by Craig & and in any case where they plead her Good Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. by the recent high waters, which caused DANVILLE, KY., Falls llranch ijcit. Falls llr.nch Nut uc; In canpe I would like to see a judge or jury Irupvrtor Leeter haa leaped fhe State ditn Mountain Jcllico Nut 11 ett , North Jellico Dealer in All Kinds who would bring in an adverse verdict them to settle considerably. JBuilder and l.umpitc 'Ihs prices are far Coal delivered Last Monday was an exciting day State's interest in tho Muldraugh'a Hill ror Coal tl our houto charges are ono cent lest. ON IMPROVKI) FARMS of Carriages. against her. turnpike in Marion to John Schooling for NOEL A hON. among the republicans oi this county. TlepaHnu a Specialty. Work done and warrantAnd then the Kentucky race horse. In Lincoln county, Ky,atr It seems that several parties who favor- four yearB at $200 per annum. For tho nual interest; no commission per cent., temi an ed to give sttufaction. All work dorc when Address Fire and gentlners in his eye, the wind ed McKinley for president and thought past 12 years Mr. Schooiinif has been re- - GEO W. DAVY Konm 1;, charged. Ituildlng, All accounts due when work Keojon firoroited Your patronage solicited. 00 Co I.ouiiville, Ky. For blank applications and fur at his heel and the record at his back, that Bradley should remain at Frankfort ctivitik! the tolls of the road for keeping ther information, inquire ol j. N. Saunders, Atlie has carried the colors of the old Stale for some time, hud been at work mid it in ri'PKlr torney, btanlord, Ky. Of STANFORD. KY., to the front on many a famous race track Itnow'utly;orgtniied and ready fr buaiaeit with when the crowd assembled to hold the : IT. : and the tattoo of his heels on the turf 1b SPRING, I09G. convention Mr. Bradley'a friends found Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. the sweetest music in the world to the there were not enough to get a jury Blue-Gras- s Surplus, . 20,000. sons of the dark and bloody ground. from. Messrs. 0. W. Lester aud Charles HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Why the first thing the pioneers did Finley were both at home and did what Farm No. contains 191 acres In Wsthington SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL All kinds nf Fruit and Ornamental Trect, UANK OK STANIOKD, county, Ky , the greater pirt nf which Is in grass. when they came to Kentucky whs to lay OCfer hit services o the people of Wctt l well watered. impiuvemstits, includ- .shrubs, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Grape Vines, Now doting up) with the tarn Full ttock of Cofflnt out a race track and many an Indian in they could to get the county to go asstu and under and Casey Counties. No agents. Hay direct and stv money new metal roof Varu lie 10 acre crop Ac. managoment. by making able but of ing larm is situatedtubacc it pronounced the strawberry and general catalogues on appllc stion Hy provisionsI he tamechailer, depositors and Caskets always on hand. Trill iu what ambusQ took a long shot at a short horse of its Manager. 05 are at to H. K HIM.KNMr.YKK, D. ti. Carpenter, White fully protected at aia depositor! in NatioaaJ no avail. Trie ttnng was loaueu ana a best district in Kentucky for house Hurley Telephone ijj. Leitugtuu, Ky i omfottablt residence as the enthusiastic but foolhardy pioneer ilankt, Its shareholders being held Individually CALL ) f vote was all they needed to show them tiaolc to the talent of the amouui of their stock Farm No a contatus jM acres In tame locality, breezed the bangtails on the kindergartherein at the par value tliereol, in addition to thi the crowd wat 20 to against them The with brick dvellinif Large ttock and tobacco amouui invested in such shares. Ii may acta, ten race track of the State. One of the barns. Due of the best irpiuved farms in the eaecutor. adatu.Ur.Wi, trusuc, Ac, at fully as republicans of this county are very ar- county. first laws enacted in Kentucky had reso individual. X: Bradley, they STANFORD, KY., Heih farms are in fine state of preteivallon, we To those who entrusted their bulsincss to ct gard to the race horse and doubtlees you dent aJmirara of Gov. oud fenced while ronaglntf th. Lincoln National llank 91 claim, aud say they can notulTbrd to give watered and on a fine Close to R H depot, schools, Cents. have heard of Mall for only Pocket Key Checks by turnpike market Stanford, we we heie tcuderour many tbankt and the hardened old sinners Kentucky. For liigiiige and Key Checks, Metal Check of For information apply to trust they will continue to trantact their butinest him up for the present, not as long Ht Licente Checks Key who thronged to the country church alt kl ids, Badges, Do J N. SAUNDKRS, with us, ollering at a guarantee fcr prompt alt. remaiiiB near FrankMetal and gen-tleast as Jack Chinu Kings, Chains, io Stamping-oStanford, Ky. 10 to tame, our twenty years' eipcrinace la work in every pai'lcu Guarantee Shop over M. D. Elmore's store, when they heard the minister was go repairing banking andat liberal accommodations as arc fort ready to swoop down upon it at an y So tar. Prices rostvinable. Has had ij ) ears' expc Utanford, Ky. iug to preach about the pool of Bethesd. time. with sound bankinr. rtincc. 91 jtn PUBLIC SALE OF and the only race question which has MnacroHt: J J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; McKINNEV. eyer agitated our peoplo is which horso . H. Shanks, Stanford; to but on. The KentucUian can always J. S. Owtley, Stauford; Mr. Epereon was in town Tuesday J F. BARKER, Proprietor, be relied upon to go to the devil on with a smile on bin face a foot long, sayS J. Kwbry, Stanford; Attorney Law,, horse back and there was a time when ing a new plow boy blessed his home J.ll Owsley, Stanford; - I will tell a publi- - an .lira en the ilistl'lery - J.'.F Cash, Stanford; ot H.uiiu .V iliinger, Dear Krciger, we had a horse on the world, but now ..ineoln count , Ky , un Monday morning. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. William Gooch, .SUnlord; Office on Lancaster Stroct, opposite the Court we have ceased to deal in bays and our A. W. Carpenter, MlUedjrevilla, Mies Mary Routen, of the Huston-vil- le House. Collections leceive especial attention. E3 throughjut, Large racer is a chesnut. The thorougbrod like Remodeled and refurnished 15, W.'II. Cummins, Preterms i Hi neighborhood, ia visiting Mies Mary nample Kooms. tad Commodious S, H.ibanks, President, Halls and office connected by Electric Belli. the tramp goes begging and the deadly LyoiiB. 10'vUk, P. M., THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Miss Nora Green returned from guests. 47 Prompt and poll to service to Or.y. II. OwsJeyCathur, enemy of the racer, the bicycle fiend, is a week's vieit in this city. W. R Gooch Five Packages of Apple Brandy, W M. llrlght, Teller. giving the turf a ecorciiiug witu his is out again after n protracted epell of STANFORD e wheel. The sprocket banes over the sickness. Miss Ware, the daughter of No s i, s, 3, 4 and r. ontsinln 1S8 gallons, the Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu.V of NATIONAL BANK door instead of the horse bhoe and the F. M. Ware, returned to Georgetown property ana Il.imm Mrinyer, to satisfy warrantt al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit MUh, can mueu irom mo collector vn 411 nil c FEMALE : COLLEGE. ollice of tho ft! Iisincicf Kmni kv, for the tax-- write you all the most favorable plans ol fntur racing businesa is aill.cted with that tired ancc. He aiso represents the old reliable Central OF STANFORD, KY. on said brandy Monday where she is attending school. J M.OXItl'UR, STANFORD. KY. Tobacco WarchousH of Louisville, Ky , and will feeling of the pneumatic kind. The on-'- y Deputy ('"Hector 8th toliectur'k I'imlct Joe Carson, of Kingsville, wan hereTuee-daMoreland, Ky. be glad Io havo a llbci.il share of your patronage. horse that tiguses with us now is the Will be leady to conlcr all the favors that can be Capital Stock-SurplSIOO.OCO WILLIAM SIIELTON, President. buying corn and hay for his trade at given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance dark horse of politics, and tbat alas, has home. Miss Lillian Tanner is away menu niadoou consignments, both in the warn- Lady Principal. MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, house aud country, twill be ut aiauloril every mighty uncertain gaits and is apt to from home for a few days. G. W. Huun, Mist Emma L. Manin, Pesidicg Teacher in the couri a ay. Paitics wanting hogsheads, prizes or ,ho oai Study Hall; founder before he reaches tho wire. money should address mo at Paint Lick, Ky. Hank SlanforJ of Moreland, ono ot that town's most Under '..'' provmons N'nal Nationalin llank of the Co 6m Prompt attention guaranteed If there is a spring in the desert for prosperous merchants, is threatened are secured not only by the cm.lt.1 Mitt Mary Cowen, Principal ot the Music De. partment; hock, Dut by th slnaL I.aI.I a IIITII IIV ,,, the natives of this Suto it is Kentucky with the fever. amount equal to the ttock, to that depotitora ol P. Harris, Principal of the DepartMiss Mary thli institution a ..cured' b . experience has proved that whisky, and of $ ments of Art and Elocution. Tho girls of McKinney are getting live Sworn statement. nfll,rn. !,,, r .V. .000 are made each yearto tho Uulted States governit is not all moonshine This ia the corn quite poetical and are writing the bojs SHsawacTtRCD ILVlfiZiVlKLl ment and its assets are caamined at stated Next Session wiU'.Begin Wednes- her colonals will always acknowledge (J ', r Tnr, r ' VUUl WKJtl timet by government agentt, thus up very nicely. Here is a sample of UBUCKEYtCHURN Furniture Stained and Varnished andptrfect safety 10 depositors.secuiiug additiiona 22. day, January ami if the French royalists hud owned what ono young man got and the rest "tabluhed at ,t. at the for Circular or call at the such a Bourbon, Napoleon would never are about the sutne (u tone and metre: u. a.dmuruin issb, incu I.r terms, fi.c, sen! College. ii.il as the National Hank ol Stanford in things ov havo gotten a chance to boost VIERY Hirst National Bailey !b a boy who is full of btanlord in tS8, has had practically an llank ol erthero and show Europe what Gaul Walker uuinter- grace, Leave Orders at Penny's Drug J. W. Uacciiman. could do. M. S. Dadghman. With laughing blue eyes and a winsome 7n JVh ,'Cili'l,l.'if '0r lrD"t'"B luinett prompt 1. Store. cver bef0'' 'tHoug face, The fame of this beverage brewed of honorable career. Accounts of corporations.: ndn Gi:i:r, Stanford. There is more than one girl who is run Vincent wane,, firms and individual ...pVctfull, '.ol 5 sunlight and dew is bill posted all over , ning a race I'm raoraiTOKS cStaV; i;m i the country aud I remember when our To win the young man with his hand Th Directory of thlt Bank is composed ol m i utMuuz"'' W I'M Vatf Forettua ltotd, Lincoln county; Im G. A. R. visitors came to Louisville last some face. & L.IVERY, Imperial Pekin Duck Eggs For S.T. Harm, Lincoln; fall accompanied by a larga and arid Our time I fear we all do waste, Sale. J. II. Collier, Lincoln; excellent taste, tbiret, they were surprised that the For Walker Bailey has J. W. Hayden.Sunford; Foot, I think will make him a good waitpumps did not run witti mfnt juiipa The Pikln Duckt are the most popular and FKU YffiiVimr ADVANCK the occasion. r k fill POWDER Pure.' glars of water, ho actually foamed at the The trial of Scott Jackson for tho A. S. S. OWSL.EY, i mouth and pawed up the floor. The murder of Pearl Bryan was continued at Surgeon clerk hurried to room 40 and soon re- Newport till the 21st in order to give his It a candldite for Ccng'ett in this, the Eighth District, subject to the act'On of the Democratic Dentist, turned with a look of intense disgust on attorney more time to prepare thu case. Tarty. o his face. Turning to the trembling bell Aa he whs boing taken from the boy ho hissed: "Hydrophobia nothing, back to tho j til, a strange woman, JOE WATERS i stand at my plan' that man wns from Kentucky and you who refused to give her name, suddenly on Hanging Fork, four miles Irom .Stanford, at Office over McRoberta' Druit Store ia the Owtley llullding. ONE DOLLAR. Money due when delivered it vicious kick tit the prisoner, rendered II. A Pleasants, Stanford,services ,ie offered him h glass of water." Ky Theso nro tho threo of a kind which and as he passed beyond her. was heard 111 fi Kentucky has exchanged for a meaaly to say: "I would Iiave killed him if I legislative pair. Her politicians aro could; if I had had a pistol I would have wearing divided skirts and her visiting shot him." The stockholders orilin Ifanvillr.V Crab OrchI1l8IL ard Pike are mint strd to inel ui the First Natiou-a- l card is a poker chip. We have changed Centuries ago, people mol to fear wha they 4 the old order of things in order to be up called the pestilence, "lllark Death" was the thellank u Slaiifaiil on Saturday, Aprilthe iSeft, for Keep you yupn tho Pare Fenco Sco Huff purtMMe of electing dlreetsrs for sinug thing Dudderar, I L,l)twsop, J, H llrlght, R.Cobb, JACK IIOS1.KY, to date. The good State reminds me of most terrible people in the world to thera.andThey yeartd Yelnow fear the Cholera teared it as Kd Carter, II Chancellor and others who have usPresident S thing G A PKYiON.Hianf rd. Ky ed It. the man who wont in bathing and left low Fever. And yei there is attiau anythat causes of these. more misery and mom deaths Airent for Lincoln County. 9J.Jrn his clothos on tho bank with his dog. It it so common that ol all the sickness in the worl J Is traceable to it III. merely that When he came out of tho water tho simple, common thing constipation. It makes HOUSE of faithful animal did not recogniza him people listlens, causes ditinet headaches, lots af appetite, lost ol sletp, foul breath and distress of F. H. RILEY, Proprlotor, and refused to give them up. So with ter eating The I'tt.e help needed it liirmshe! by At Administrator publicJane fUrrow, (N(i , I al. Bt auction on a gentle I)r Pierce's Kentucky, she has been Hopping around laxative and Pleasant Pellets. Uuopilt is used alOnce two a mild cathartic London, - - - Kentucky. enough to let x8, 1896, in troubled waters of politics for so long ways in favor If on are carele.a something en an unscpiipulous druggist trll you I have moved to my new Hotel anil an b.ltti that when sho comes out her faithful which he makes more money, it is your own On tho farm i1 miles row Stanford on the LanSrcpartd than ever to accommodate lb public fault if you don't get well He sure and get I)r caster pike, har perscual properly, consisting uf attached and every convenience da watch dog will not recognizo her and Pierce's Pleaaan Pellcls, OaeKood Milk Cow and Call, i gnv.1 Cid.r M,ll, iirtd. Give me a call. stamps to World's Send at cents in leave her posing for the altogether. of lew Watrofl, all Houtehuki and Kitchen FurTRANK RII.KY. 71 Y Disrcnsary Medical Association. llrToA. N Like Eve she sees snakes and serpents and receive Dr. Pierce's ictf pKe "Common niture and I'arm'ng Implementssaid laiM, includ w ill alto rent about j ncies profusely illustrated Injr house, garden, orchard and grass, until Dec in her paradise, and at present tins a Sense Medical Adviser," ISt, llyft. sound monev head, a populist body and All sums under tie, cash ovtr tliet amount on a Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo. Irom a free silver tail. No wonder there is The best salve in the world for cuts, bra test credit of 60 daysinwith interestStanford dsle, neotia Or bio and payable Hanks, ta be edher of has seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- arranged before protrty Is removed trouble in camp and the riot alarm ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions T J HUSH, Admr On pikMwj miles Kait of Huttonville Con been rung on her. Her politicians too 31 positively cures piles, or no pay repaired. Ii is tains luaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money have altered. Once they had a leaf for refunded. Price 35 cents per boa. For tale by r.fo their design with the motto: "I change V. 11. McRoberts, druggist. Well Improve and In an eirrlltot neighborhood but in dying," but now they have seAll Froo Asadimnlstraler of the estate of Mrt Ann Land Ilea well Will etchangn for a smaller or a will tell at public auctien at her late res- cheaper place in this or any gol county In the Those who have used Dr. King's New DIcov lected a shirt with the motto: "I change ery know Us salue and those who have not hate idence, iW miles Irani Danville, on the Dantillt .V Mate or would take a clean stick of groceries and every day." But wo aro up to dato and now the oportunltv to try it free. Call on the ad Stanfoid pike, oil hardware In part payment III some live itiwn, or get a tiial kittle f reo. will sell for part cash balance in tiva years lime while the rail birds sit on the fence and vertised druggist andItucklcn .V Co , Chicago, Send vour name to II. K. or and 9, 1896, on longer if desired rarluilherI). particultrt call sing one song for the old Kentucky, she get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lllc Pills at or addrest. Nll.NNtDY, li. well as a copy of Guide to lleulilt and Household Si im lluitootille, Ky. Her personal property consisting of Mack sadpasses iulo tho hands of a rf"iver. Instructor free All of which It guaranteed to do dle lired mare, twofaim mares, i brown j you good and tost you nothing at W . 11. gelding, s yearling hnr mule, t mare mule c Its, drug store a Jersey heil t jearling filly, i liontcoll, a WILIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. . 0 Ima ers, J. J It PRICE, court-hous- Stanford, Kv. TURNPIKE ELECTION. frDTpprrrrri f3ipB RILEY nine-tenth- s Solo and Wonting. THE Saturday, April I one-ce-nt , Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange Acres of Fine I.iuid, 1 PubiicSale and Renting 1 Gat-tincs- u, Thursday, April 1 1 year-ai- d cs, DB, W. 3. PEinrz", 1 e Ocutist, Stanford. Ky. Post-Offi- c Dress Making1, m GEO. B. COOPER, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Livery and I'ecd Stable, Perfectly Wonderful. The Ladies of Stanlord, id, A L Buy Your Easter Hats. EAIIeElT DEYE, us-- d Coal, Coal, Coal. Training and Sale Stable lirsi-clatt THOMAS SHAW, MONEY To LOAN Farmers Bank&Trast 1 T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, Two Farms For Sale. 1 g'-o- Nurseries. Lin-co- la unin-structe- d bp-ec- ( w G. BRADY, 1 T. A. AYEBS, 1 Flricklayer Fust-Class Stonecutter Stanford, cot-inte- nt BARKER HOUSE, APPLE BBANDY -- W. S. BTJ.RCE., Somerset, Kentucky. Stanford, at Kentucky, "Wednesday, April A- - '96, M. W. JOHITS03JT, - FIRST et y us 23,700 a Painting and Papering. '. mWJgh LOWEST PRICES. nT.'U,"?ut.?'"!y ..... e igainre-organuodasth- m S SALE and - the cows give milk punch. ier, For Walker BBiley is a good operator. You should see our Tho river and harhor bill which carried in actual appropriations $10,330,5C0 Thirty days trial on every and authorizes contracts for 32 new pro- .Satisfaction guaranteed. jects with a limit of cost of 151,721,210 passed the House 210 to 40. BTTCKE'Z'.E. C&XTIWT one. J. K. VlNAItSDALE. profitable ol all duckt 1 hey are a wnite or a creamy white color, with orange legs and yellow bills. Their main points are mammoth slj, beautiful feathers, large number if eggs laid, aro very hardy and easy to raise. To cue knowiug that so many the Pckin duck, it seems small, common ducks are raised. It is a mistaken idea that ducks mutt have access ton pond or a stream. Tbey need no water except to dritk, tho' they enjoy an occasional wash, we have a fine, large flock to furnish stock or eggs from. F.ggs JULIUS NEGKO, Sianfor.. lor tab, by S. II. Ilaughman.t Lincoln; J. H. ; W. A. Trlbbla, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. mil, Htanford, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; ,M Mt' V""".Ky Hocker, Pretldont; Joo. J. McRoberU, Cathler; McKinney, Atst. Cathler J. S.Hocker, Stanford; h "'"" isii t, imnntBitwaiHufn JiJL. JU m 4&. ata I