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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896041401 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. rfTr Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. OF A LOCAL Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 14. 1896. NO. 13 LANCASTER, iH NATURE. GARRARD COUNTY. i A circus promised in May. It is telegraphed from Danville that Marriage license was granted lott Mfllio Owaley, colored, died at John V. week to Powell D.iily to wed Miss Ade-li- a YnrkrVin tbnt cltv, aged UKJ. THE REPUBLICANS Endorse Bradloy, his Riot Alarm and All, And Ic:truct for Smith, Tarlton, Yerkcs, Caperton and Wilnoro, Tiik republican convention was called to order yesterday by County Chairman Davidson, who stated tho object of tbo meeting to bu to name four delegates from the ntatu-at-iarg- e to the republican convention at St. Louis and tffo from tho 8th district to that convention. On motion, P. M. McUobma wai made chaii-ma- n, HUSTOHVILLE. tbe Willintn Hull, n boy, was caught in machinery Ht a plnnlmj mill In South May. if. ! I Williamahurg Hnd 88 killed. Congressman Colson bus Introduced n bill to Increaeo to $N) per month tbo pension of Jamea K. Davidaou, of Thll, Casey county. A. V. Conner proprietor of the G reon Klver Hotel at Yoeetnlto, Is dead. Lie was ono of tho only three remaining Mexican aoldlera In CaHey county. V. It. Burton, of Madiaon, a aecond couiiu of Mjb. Gov. Bradley, Iibb been appointed superintendent i stables nt tbe Lexington asylum, ut ill) n mouth. Tho city council nt Luwrenceburg haa paaaed an ordlnanoe Imposing a of S100 per annum on tho two banks In tho town and lina also ratped ea loon license frotn 1 100 to $000 Henry Martin, of Midway, won tho Junior declamatory medal at Hogaett Academy Friday night. Houston Taylor, of Pans, has been selected aa Centre's representative in tbo Southern oratorical coutest to bo hold in Danville, in May. Hev.J. M. Taulbee, brother of the Congressman whom Charley Klncaid alew on tbe ateps of tho Capitol at Washington, continues to go from bad to worm'. He was a Methodiat preacher and while stationed at Barbourville, married a girl, who was nbout ft) yeara his junior. Afterwards they were pent to Covington, whero the clerical reprobate got eo familiar with a member of hia . (lint tils wife left him. Then be went to Oklahoma aud nued for divorce, alleging every ground for It that he could Invent. Mm. Taulbeo sent her lawyer here last week aud succeeded in having 0 her husband aaecised to lite tune of for allimony, whereupon ho had tho suit for divorce dismissed. Taulbeo it now an A. P. A. lecturtr and an nil fraud. Mra. Mary Jane Sandlfer, wifo of Judge K. Sandlfer, died Friday at 'J a. ., of paralysis, at nn advanced age. She was a daughter of Henry M. Green, of Garrard county, and on tho of last August had been married to Judge Sandifer (or 60 ear. Ti.e of their golden anniversary a happy occasion. Mrs. Kandlfer waB a beautiful Chtlntun and noble woman, ami upon Her life tier children can ever look with lovlni plenMire and deep venThey eration. Ten children rurvive. arc: tleniy u. Miuuiler, William Sandi-feMiaaea Bruce ud H.iUio Sandifer, of DanvillejU. M. Sandier, of Georgetown; G. E. Sandifer, Now Yorr, Mra. J. W Barbee, Denvei; Mra. M. U. Bovrden anil Mra. II. K Tnvlnr, Loniville; Mr. JooP. Middlesboro. Advnrate. ato Hn.-V- ?!,-00- oele-brait- on r, CHURCHjAFFAIRS. ; i 1. Tanhman'a meeting Kv at Newport had had 25 additions to Saturday. Trio Fret Baptist church at OweiiB-horvoted 210 to I It to retain Kev. F. D. Hale as pastor. Jordan Phillip?, an Arkansas preach-or- , will be hanged May 22 in Arkansas county for wife murder. Hev. J. II. Milbiirii, an Indiauapolis preacher, startled his congregation bv denlarlng himself In favor of Sunday ball games. ltjv. S. S. Deerinr, ono of tho old ploneur Methodist evangelists, colobnitcd the Slat anniversary of hia birth nt Nicholas vlllo last week. , Bishop Gaiuep, of tho African Methodiat Coulureuce, which is iu eetBion at Klchmond, Va., served notice on candidates ho would ordain no man minister who drank whisky, chewed tobneco or smoked cigars. -- Aftor occupying for 10 years the. president's choir of Kentucky University, Prof. Charles Louia Loos haa resigned. Ilia succeesor as president is I'rof. James B. Jones, who already hna at sum Prof. Looa ed tho duties of tho oflice. chair of Greek. will retain the Tho Bovrliug Green Cumberland Presbyterian has mado itfl appearance It iB a monthly journal, which is published under tho immediate supervision of tho olders of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church of Bowling Green and is edited by Thomas Miller OwB.'oy and W. J Douhardt. Midway's now $12,000 Christian church whb dedicated Sunday. Elder F. M. Kilnee, of Cincinnati, oiliciatiug. Tho Clipper says that among other noted rainlsterB present were: President Kobt. Uraham, of the Lexington Bible Colleg. ; President O. L. Loo-- , of Kentucky University, Lexington; Elder W. B. Taylor, Versa! lef; Elder J. J. Uftloy, CynthUna, and Elder B.J. Pinkorton, of Huaton- vllle. An exchange saya that tho Baptist churches of Keutucky and all over tbo South are electing meaaengera to the each Baptist convention, Southern entitled to ono messenger church being for every $250 contributed to home and foreign mission work of the convention. . If thla is to be the basis of repreaonta-bB few and far tion, tho delegates will between. George o Kv. T.H. Campbell preachod nt the Baptist church In Klchmond Sunday morning and evening. The junior social club will he entertained at tho hospitable home of William Walker on Friday evening The millinery openings of Mih. Moody Hardin and Sl'ie Tillett Friday and Saturday drew large cro wile. Mrs. licauchamp, of a fine temperance hcturer reputation, will lecture in HryaiitavUle nn thu night of tbo 17th ou "Temperance." Mr. Arch Ktvanaugh, recently purchased of Mr. Turner tint old D.innv farm, lying on the Fall Lick pike of lbl acres lot f 0,000. Kev. J. K. Turner, of Madison, preached at the Baptist chu'eh Sunday morning and he olao preached the union sermon at nigra at the Christian church. Prof James A. Tate will bo horo and e lecture at the this ovening on Temperance, ile is tho editor of The Pilot and a member of the N itlonal Temperance League. The farmerH have been making excel lout tho lino Spring days by sowing oatH and grass Beed. Since tho wheat crop is almost a failure in Garrard, a large crop of oats will bo sown. Mrs. William Totten in lying critically ill at tho homo of her husband, Judge Totten, of heart disease. She was o ill on Friday that her daughter, Mrs. Judge Hughes, of Burgin, was summoned to her bedsido. Miss EivIra Sydnor Miller, of the Louisville Times, will with Mrs. John M. tagau, Mibi Clyde Hullman and the Incaater cornet band, give this comuiu munlty a rare treat in the way of an entertainment May 1st. Information hns recently been received of the marriBgo in Nadhvillo of Mrs. Jessie and Mr. T. J. Serially. Mrs. Sclvially is a sister of Mrs. T. J. B Turner, of this place, and a frequent and pleasant visitor here. The sermon by Elder George Gnwtn on Sunday morning whs most highly complimented by his hearers. His subject wasGod'H Picture Gallery, which ho only took up in pnrt, expecting to give a Buries of serinoiiH upon tho same. T. J. Price bought 10 Uovh Inst week of Jamee Anderson at Jljc; K. E. Thomp-sobought a horse of Thoman Stono for f!W; Samuel Murphy sold 18 shoats to JameB Parks for75; J. W. Saunders sold 10 200 pound hogs to Mr. John Will Poor at 3Jc. At the Advertisement Party given by the Misses Marksbury at the last meeting of A. F. F. the first prize was awarded to D. O. Walker and the booby prize to Itabert Embry. Misa Nannie Harris will ontertain the club Friday evening at a tacky party. The following are Blck in the community: Joel Walker was very iil Saturday night, but is reported better. Mr. Ephraim Brown, W. 11. Kinnaird aud Mr. Morgan Hudson aro sick. Lottie, a little daughter of Mrs. Kobort Turner, of this county, Is reported dying of typhoid fever. Mr. Alex T. Conn died at tho e in this county on Saturday after a lingering illness. Mr. Conn was an of much reputation in years patt. His time was devoted principally to portrait painting, eomo of Ida work being most creditable, but failing health forced him to give up his calling. Tho remains were interred at tho burying ground on Monday. Mra Mnlcolm Gill entertained Mrs. Susan Price at a dinner ou Saturday in honor of herSlst birthday. Mrs. Price was tho reciplont of a number of useful gifte upon this occasion, tho most valuable being sums of money from hor grand sons. She is one of tho moat active and beet preserved women of her age iu tho community and her fiiends join iu wishing her many happy bnth-dareturns. Mia. Hannah Scott, of Nichchsville, Is with Mra Eliziboth Mason. Prof. O. II. Poflge, of Kiiksivllle, was hero Friday and Saturday. W. W. Dunn, of va? here Sunday. H. W. Bttson is ac home from Kentucky Universityon Miss Jennie Arh visit to his parents. nold is tbo guest of relatives in Klchmond. J. B. Jennings, of Lebanon, is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Jonnings. Mies Mary Noel returned to Stanford after a pleasant visit to her aunt, Mra. J. M. Hiatt. W. G. Masaie, of Mercer, is visiting frienda in Garrard. Miss Laua Soper is viBiting in Lexington. Mrs. Judge Hughes, of Burgin, is visiting her parouts, Judge and Mrs. Win, Totten. J. G. Sandidge is on a visit to his parenta In Uarrodsburg. court-housn poor-housar-M- Marshal Devera was acquitted ( charge of carrying concealed weapons by. the Liberty court. D. S. Carpenter Fold at the Fau'con er A Rue sale a mare by his old Welchuiont for 2175. The Hustouville Roller Mill had to shut down Saturday, the coal Biipply hav lug exhauttHd. It will resume operations Tuesday. Hustonville hes been dry since Monday last, the licenses having expired that day. They will in all probabilty be open- ed again Monday. Mr. J. W. Powe was kicked on the ld CARRIED ... niff , - AWAY With much satisfaction .ire those who come in to see our line of 1 poor-hous- e and upon assuming his duties said that Kentucky was naturally democratic sudt'iattho only way the republicans could liold it, A'ould be to put forward their best men and give a clean and honest administration. J. F. Hay was then mdo secretary aud tho following com mittee on resolutions appointed: G W. Gentry, John Blain, F W. Dillion and J. TIlM rbnnlntlnrto liml lior.n A. (illHnntl cut and dried, but the committee went through tho f irm of retiring and pretend Ing to write them Then thev were road by Secretary Hay and adopted uuaniuuuily. They are as follwc Be it resolved by too republican party of Lincoln county in maas convention: 1. That we approve tho call for the Statoand district conventions. 2d. We favor a protective tariff and sound money with gol as the standard of values. 3L We condemn the democratic State senate for refusing to concur with iho republican House of representatives, to enact Legislation to pay the State's debts created by democratic Stats udmiuiatra tiou. 1th. We condemn the democratic Senate and its hadera for roluaing to pasa needful Legislation and the unlawful revolutionary conduct of its leadara in depriving republican Sonatora of their aeats without trial and warrant of law, aud for congregating at thn Capital, des peradoes and bullies to intimidate mem bers of the Legislature in the discharge of their ollicial duties aud to cause blood shed. Wo heartily endorso Gov. Bradley's course In calling out tho militia to disperse said desperadoes and woulJ-blaw breakers and thus protect members of the Legislature and preventing proba ble bloodshed. Wo heartily commend the governor to tho and patriotic people of Kentucky for his course and we heartily endorse his administration. 5. We instruct our delegates to the National Convention at St. Lould to use all honorable means to secure the nomination of Win. 0. Bradley for president of the United States. We instruct our delegates to vote for Hon. John W. Yer-ke- s aud J. W. Uaperton as delegates from the 8th district and for S. E. Smith and L. P. Tarlton from the State at Urge. The following named poisons aro hereby appointed delegated to tho State convention and a'nj to tho district convention at Nicholasvllle: B. B. King, G. W. Gentry, G. M. Davison, Graut North, Tom Philips, W. I). Tardlfl", J. T.Terry, Mack Kevnilde, EJmonJ Simpson, Thos. Ferrill, John A. Chsppell. J. T.Chad-wicJ. L. Totten, Peter Stiaub. Jr,A. G. Faulkner, J. L. Hutchison, John J. McKoberts, B..G. Alfjrd.G. W. Craig and J. 1. Cummins. 0 Wo endorse the course of Hon. B, B. King in the Legislature ana espicial ly his actions in voting for the free turnpike bill and his work in its behalf, and commend him to the people as a most efficient and honorable representative. 7. Tho delegate to tho district convention are instructed to voto for W. J. Wilmoro for member of the State central committee. Theu convention on motion adjourned, having been inetssinu less than half au hour. 1 o 1 k, leg by a mulealerdaHHgo huiI fully hurt. He is up but makes a poor out walking. Kyle, infant son of Mr. aud Mra. J.' Crit Ritle, crttwl-- d into the fireplace Friday aud was badly burned on its side und arms. Dr. Brown thinks the little fellow will pull through. Joseph Napier, ou aged and respected citizen of Casev county, died Saturday of hemorrhage of the lungs. He. left an aged wife, who is a sister of Mrs John F. Moore, but had no children. Mr. Joaiah Bishop haa greatly im proved his property ou the Stanford pike by painting the outside and papering tbe interior. Belden Bros , of Stauford, did the work and made a most satisfactorily job of it. Since the meeting at the Presbyterian church conducted by Rsv. Martin Luther, theSunday school has been rapidly gaining ground. The attendance is almost twice as large aa it formerly whb aud much interest is manifested. Mrs. McOarty, the aged mother Mrs. Charles Wheeler, was so. no bette Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Hocker is rapidly convalescing. Peter Straub and J. L. Tntlon nF. vnnrtnu.'n trurM hum Kdtnr- . -- v....., ,....-...- ., w. t ilnv tnbinp nrilxrn fnr wind mil h nnit mil. trading to bore wells. Saturday wss horse show day but the :, m farmers wero busy plowing and there hi were very few people in town. Only five horses were ou exhibition, which was the smallest number in the history of !t :i "show day" here. They were Naboth and William L , belonging to J. K. Raugh-man- ; i Peuce, owned by T. A. Coulter; ?: English Hunter, the property of Capt. B. F. Powel1, and Galton, the pride of W. M. Dodd'a stable. All of the animals rtv were in tho pink of condition aud were favorably commented on by all who saw I them. Pence and Gallon were driven aud each of them showed much speed. Mr. A. M. Pence, who used to own him, V says the former has trotted a mile in 2:12. i Men S, BOyS aild A S UiOuIllIlg ulillUroIl 'a Cl rather pain-- 1 ti Tj,at the prjces are ,:gilt J Or money refunded. Special attention to mail orders. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky htspbihcstockI A I -- 4 T Is Now ( :! , ! Complete in Every Department, 0M?9 ... f ifii 119 . flew jYtiniery Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods You should call in and see our stock. f I i ib! Glotfyirjg- - IR . All new goods lor sprin? and summe wear. Every thing strictly Up to date. ii . ?nm& "bgd wK."-s Ladies, IVLisses and Children Fine Shoes in Great Variety. Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a g :v . i' E. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. O. W. ' S 31 ! i 't, Circuit court cloaod Saturday, with pretty full attendance during the whole week. The I:iteriok Journal's busineeB manager was hero Monday and gave all tbo Interesting features of that day end therefore no will not repeat. The criminal docket was much lighter than usual, mostly misdemeanor and civil cases. TLe case of Nelson Hamlin for maliciously cutting John S. Adams was tried Wednesday and Hamlin was given one yetr In the penitentiary. Wm. Short, for tl o shooting of Jeeao Fox, gave bond Friday for 1200 aud was released from jail. The case of Monroe Brown against A.J. which has beon on Imnd enveral conns, resulted as usual In a hung jury. Tho amount iu controversy is only 150, yet we learn tho expenses so far hne run up to 1200. It don't pay to go to law on small amouuts, especially where there is tbo strongest probability of a hung jury. We are informed that the grand jury returned 70 indictments, mostly for selling liquor, carrying pistols und misdemeanors. Gib-ony, li. i CHARLES WHEELER, lilb vlltia. if uv..iui iuiuiiuui, - - iiuiuuviiiv., v i 1 CRAIG : & HOCKER, CASH DRUGGISTS. Uour uwn rice. vSSy vSfiy3 I Fit and Look at These Prices Spectacles at 25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents and $1. tion Guaranteed. 30 DAYS ONLY. Satisfac- ONLY 30 DAYS. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Jerry Cbyd and Miss Rosa grand daughter of H. H. McAc-nicMcAn-nic- h, b, y eloped to Tenuesseo. New sleeping car line from Lexington. A Kansas City man killed a SalvaOn April 1st tho G. & 0, K. It. put ou a through sleeper to Washington on F. F. tion Army soldier whe was eecorting the V. t'nin loaviug Louisville at 8:30 a. m., wife of the former home from a religious and Lexington 11:25 a. m. daily. Arriv- meeting. George Proutmau shot and killed ing at Washington 0:30 a. M. and New York 12:50 noon next day. Returning train leaves New York 8 a. m , Washing-te- n 2.25 r M. and arrives at Lexington S a. m. aud Louidviilo 11:15 a. m. This arrangement gives tho people of Loxlng-to- u and Central Keutucky two daily sleeping car lines each way and threo hours quickest time to all Esstern Cities. first-clats, JAMBS FBY BIG- - Dan-vIII- p, The passage by one house of tl e Ohio legislature of a bill to prohibit treating has been noted with eome Astonishment in other States. It has not been general known that any such habit prevailed in Ohio. In fact, the "Cincinnati treat" has passed into a proverb to denoto a compotation where each man pays for his own poison. Blanche Simpson at St. Louis because Why? Because I am overstocked and must have money to meet the young lady broke her engagement my bills. For 30 days, beginning April 15th, I will sell anything in to marry him. T. S. Innis, of Belleilower 111., has my store at greatly reduced prices. Now is your time to buy your arrived and Wednesday he will be marri Suit, your Dress, your Shoes, your Summer Underwear, your shirts, your Hosiery and above all don't you miss this opportunity to buy ed to Miea Florence Dollius, of the d your Carpets, Mattings and Rugs. Come quick and get first choice. section. is ono way to prevent an elopeIf you wait till 30 days is out don't expect to get the same price on This ment, but is not likely to become popu- these goods that your neighbor did, for I can not sell at the price I Kentucky has 2,000 post offices; of lar. A Texas father shot and killed his will make now after the time is out. All accounts are due the first of 11 second this number two nre daughter and fatally wounded her aweot-hear- each month. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. Ky. class, It third class, 57 presidential offiThen he ant upon a box of dynaoffices, Thero mite and was blown ces and 2,552 fourth-clato pieces. are 351 money order offices iu tho Stato. Erich Langneld, a German physi llaturns indicate that Joseph F. I Johnson tho free silver candidate, will ctau, claims to have diacovered a new defeat Col Richard II. Clarke, the sound remedy for tuberculosis, which he calls money candidate, by a two thirds ma- ant! microbia. Ita principal ingredients are ozone and cod liver oil, applied by jority in tho Alabama convention. Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices subcutaneous injection. 'Hio local option election at Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Abo Pace, the resulted in a big victory for tha Leslie on Rough and murdorer, was chained to a Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a wets, their majority being 315. The dry a county mountain pony and carried over the road full stock of every thing found in a first-clas-s only polled 102 votes. Lumber Yard, and by The Southern Railway Company haa along which hia victim had been taken selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have acquired the Kuoxville, Cumberland to tbe grave, to give other young toughs ever been offered here. an object lesson. Gap and Louisville railroad. A. E. Bailee, for IS years judge of John Uatnbrick was caught in mathe Adair county court, is dead. chinery and mangled to death at Ford. May-woot. ss For Cash for 30 Days. Reduction In Prices Cyn-thia- na A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -. LjAijj A-t- J jsiii- - tti.i -ii "-- . -- r- .. , . "- - a Semi-Weekly wv Interior Journal Aftkh a abort effort to inculcate republican dogniKB in the democratic stronghold of Shelby, the Outlook has "I HNrrrJZ--3JU- m aaateaagaBtiawawaiwww ra8aBB&3ags&ga J5ESaC3aiattrr,-arr- ry rr - suets nRSMS iii l3tl Straw matting at Shanks'. A B. Roiikktson & Bho., tho leading Danville merchants, and othora force us to send out an extra page with this issue. . . . tickets The L. & N. wilt sell round-trito Louisville nt one fare, $3.05, on April ll'h. and for trains arriving at Louisville on the morning of tho 15th, good returning April ISth, on account of republican convention. J. S. Rice, agent, p More Goods Found and Caught. More Thieves Stanford, W. given up the unprofitable tight and gone Ky., AntiL 14, 1896 where the woodbine twineth. The Outlook whb much more creditable than the average republican sheet and really P. WALTON. deserved a better fate. had no use for Carlisle but ho would like Very naturally. to meet Juck Ohinn. They are birds of a feather. The colls havo tightened so closely around this gang of thieves that nothing is loft for them but to await circuit court and take their sentences. The confes- Niy A mm. h SIX PAGES- The experience of Gov. Bradley is nn vic-to- rp Tilmun said at Lexington that he M .i Thk nomination ot W. J. Poteet lor county clerk by the democrats of Mercer POLITICAL POINTERS. other inetnnce of ambition overleupmi: Saturday, by 350 majority over the noxt itself. 2fot content with Ills fnmous highest man, proves his popularity and Liurel instructed for Bradley. in wr sting rock ribbed Kentucky gratifies his friends here. T. J. Fisher Hunter got in his work in his home from democracy, he looked upon him county against Bradley, Cumberland and W. W. Davis, two popular men, were eelf as tho mnu of destiny and became Hdded vote to tho McKinley column. his opponents. her fully persuaded that ho is presidential McKinley is a Methodist, a Mason IhmiMi the beautiful spell of .weather A nil (hern's timber of the and a Knight of Pythias, and Bradley the farmers have been getting in their where lie made a mistake. His nothing but an A. P. A. Of course he is work plowing and a great deal of it is did not agree with him to anv out classed. being done, as maoy ss six to 10 dou emarkabio extent and when he asked It Ih stated on good authority that ble teams being seen in one Held. Tho fur a loaf they gave him a stone in John B Thompson .will not be a candi- - wheat is coming out nicely and judges districts that he had a right to expect for Congress and that tho race will con- say there will likely be of a better treatment. The 5th, G'.h and 7th tinue to be between Owsley and Foree. full crop. districts have already given him the cold McKinley instructions went through Bhouldor for the Ohio entry and the Oth of unusually flue weather has bo overwhelmingly at the Sixth district SA srsLL and 10th will do likewise, and there are prevailed for several days and yesterday convention that tho few Bradley men others Even should he succeed in Reup in the SO. had not the heart to even ak a call of the mercury was away tting a mojority of the districts by a resort gardeners are busy, but Farmers and the roll. awallow to means never adopted by a presidenLexington Leader Bays this is they must not forget that one The tial candidate before, it will be worth doesn't make a spring. "Rain tonight, a fair standing of the vote of Kentucky nothing to him as without a solid delegais the up to Saturday night: McKinley 743, fair and probable cooler Tuesday," tion his boom wouldn't hold shucks. We present prediction. Bradley 453. Bradley first, McKinley admit that our governor is a great man Becond 207; uninstructed 122. Zske Ears, who was brought here and statesman from away bacir, but he is Wood Dunlap, in a speech at Falfrom Casey for safe keeping and who tho victim of an abnormal development mouth, declared that no man could ever broke jail and was finally caught by of ambition and a misplaced confidence know what a hell hell he had lived in Benedict, waB fined $50 for that is sad to contemplate. for the past 30 days. Poor fellow. He shooting at his trial at Liberty hst Cot. John A. Cockkkill, the noted ought to have kept out of politics. Judge week. Tho plea that Eada' family was at newspaper editor and correspondent, Jewell told him how it would be. the point of starvation waa put up and Republican district conventions will died of apoplexy at Cario, Egypt, where Judge Jones ordered him to go and sin he was in the interest of the New York be held today in the 3d at Bowling no more. Perry Clamments, who stabHerald, for which paper he went to Ja- Green, 10th at Winchester, 11th at Lon- bed Jim Wellington thiee timee, wan pan more than a year ago, as war corres- don, Sth at Nicholasville, Oth at cleared, bo Constable W. C. Johnson telle the 4th at Hodgenville. To- us. pondent. He wbb a native of Ohio and his first work was for the Cincinnati En morrow the big convention will be held Telkimiose. Mr. WillR. Williams, of quirer of which he became managing ed- at Louisville. 30 miles of Gov. Bradley carried Bracken, Pu- Uustonnille, tells us that the itor, which he held for seven years. Afs River telephone line, laski, Larue, Green, Adair and Greenup tho Green terwards when editor of the SU Louis and all, will not cost exceeding k, S.Uurady. McKinley received instructions he shot and killed Judgq $300. He also figures that a line can be who went into his olTice to assault in Boyd, Lawrence, Hardin, Bullitt, from Stanford via McKinney to Mt. him. When he returned from the Tur- Logan, Russell and Powell. In Fleming run to connect with the above linn for kish war with Russia, he went to New no instructions were given, but the Salem $200. Nearly half of the latter amount York where he held high positions on delegates are eaid to favor McKinley. and it is very probThere is a fine opportunity for Sen- is already subscribed several leading papers. He was as fine a able that within the next several montliB conversationalist as a writer and wbb ator Cnllum to wire a few words of sym with our pathy to Kentucky's favorite on the way we will be in speaking distance verv popular with all who knew him. and others aloug friends the McKinley boom is accumulating del- Casey county Blessed are the humble for they bo egates in that State. Senator Ciillom was the line. few upon the face of the earth. This a favorite eon himielf, and known just The county court yesterday grsnted may not bs Scripture, but it tells the tale how it feels to run afoul of a spontane hotel license to Wright it Burns and G. a id was inspired by the reading of an ous outburst of public opinion. Cincin D. Weatherford. Hustonville, and V. . article in the Liberty Tribune. It is ao nati Commercial Gazette. Green, McKinney, and distillery licenee editor doesn't think rare that a The Shelby Sentinel, Hon. Pryor J. J. W. James and W. H. Traylor. The he is the greatest man out, that Bro. Foree'a home paper, has interviewed him wills of Geoege A. Hammonds and O F. Phelps' self depreciation is the more re- on the money queston. His position is Doan were admitted to probate. John freshing. He admits that his paper is nearly identical with that of Mr. Owsley, Bright, H. S. Withers and R. L. Porter not as good as thought to be, but assures in fact the two interviews read very were appointed appraisers of the esbis readers that he is doing the best he much alike. He is for sound money, but tate of Mrs. Jane Barrow. Harry can considering his limited facilities and should the National convention declare Dunn, Robert Land, Win. Murphy, inexperience, adding that he is fullv sat- for free silver he will "stand with Frank Cordier and Isaac Hamilton weie isfied that the paper receives oil the supfeotupon it," even with the for- were appointed trustees for tho town of port it deserves. Bro. Phelps' modesty titude of the boy who stood on the burn- Rowland. will recoive its reward. The rac is not ing deck, Mr. Foree attempts to defend Wouldn't hitk Mr. W. L Evans always to tho vainglorious, nor success to his course in voting for Blackburn all and party experienced the worst sort of the bumptious know it alls. through the Legislative session, but the fisherman's luck on their trip last week goddess lees he says about that the better for Tne ouly throe bites gotten during the Senator Tilman, the him. of a free silver fanaticism, spoke at Lextime was the first oftornoon Mil Jellico After giving Judge Pryor the highCreek when Jim Allen landed two 1J ington Saturday. People went to hear "It noundersand a little one. After that in- est praise tne Courier Journal adds: him discuss his favorite hobby, but is not at all prob-tblthat any democrat they fished from one end of tho creek to stead they hoard no argument for free coarse abuse of sound money will contest the nomination with Judge tho other, then went to Clear tork, on to silver, but Piyor, and it is to be hoped that none democrats, of whom Cleveland and Carthe Cumberland and down to Williams win do so it is not thought that even burg, but if the fish knew they were lisle are the great exponents. "I am a democrat," he said, "but if those t- -o are the republicans will put out a candidate thre they didn't let on. Nothing daunt agaihet him an it is recognizsd bv those to set tho pace for democracy, so help ed tho party then went to Piueville and in both partiea that his loos to tho bench me God, I am no longer a democrat." 1 he tried their luck in the rivor tlmre, but it of the speeches ot this char at this time would he little short of a was the same old story and they finally only result calamity. The district in which he runs lUan wi'l be difgust for him and shame threw up the sponge and returned home. is safely democratic, and even nhonlil ho for the poople, who put sueh n man in Mr. Evbls says they just wont bite and have republican opposition there can bo power. From Calhoun to Tillman, what there's no use fishing or talking hut little question of his election by a a fall is there in tho representation of a decided majority." P.MinoHLD - An old negio man on beonce nolle people. South Carolina should ing asked 0111:0 why his master whipped hide her head in shame. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. him, said "Jes becace ho kin." The Many of the Sunday dailies published Wasted. My patrons to know that I of Gov. Bradley in pardoning Pnil he hideous confession of H. II. Holmes, am again wll and able to work. Mary I). Mobrly, n Garrard county man, under don't keep it. 'the most det atable criminal of modern , Smith. sentence of two years for mule stealing, NEW ADVKimSrMFNTS for no belter reason times," us he describes himself, who is The offer to give pnztfti for guesses on seeiDH to have bt?n ' under sentence of death for the murder the presidential nomination is for satis- It was clearly proved that he and Hall of B F. Pietzel at Philadelphia, whom stole the mule and the jury waH so firm- JSl factory reasons withdrawn. he killed to get $10,000 insurance. Hoi ly convinced of their guilt that it in given to all who have accounts with mn that Co.sBT.uiLK Benedict delivered John brought in a verdict in less time than it hve liten tunning oet 6dyi to como in nod confesses to havo taken 27 lives, mainly Wtljlit fettle. to gratify a homicidal mania, and would Farmer to Jailer leBorde yesterday to takes to write about it. The only excuse, and me after W. K acta and will run the butinci I will be glad for evApril for killed more had his plans worked. s rve out an old fine of f 123 and costu. ono, made for Moher-l- y, ery olio to trade with him. have and that is a poor K. II. MONNKT1, That thefiend has killed a number of Iltittenvllle, Ky. who belongs to a good family, is that people there is possibly no doubt, but it The horse that was found shot through he was drunk nnd got into had company is more than probable that most of the the hip on the Lancaster pike a few days But bb lie did both with eyes open he alleged confession is a lie told for further ago whs tho property of George White, ought to suffer the penalty for hiB sins. notoriety, which is sqon to he cut ofl by of the Hubble section, and was stolen Gov. Bradley might employ hid valuable I will from now on deliver the Stanford Kactcty, Ice regularly every morning, l'rice a halter. from (lie blacksmith shop near there. time to better purpose than pardoning the courts here said deserve 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. men that Tub Louisville Nbwb is wondering "if Mr. J. S. Hock Kit tells us that he punishment. world Any amount between 10 and 100 lb at Jcln. I am so soon done for, what in the t r counted 35 rockaways and buggies on All bills must positively be paid Ihn first of rach was I begun for ?" It has been suspendThbbk was no application for liquor m nth. K. IIREMFK Main street atone time Saturday after-nao- u ed and an eflort is being made to resuslicense before the city council Friday and tnat there were more people citate it as a republican afternoon daily. in town than on any Saturday for yeare. night and consequently tho largely signGents' and Ladies' IIosicry.-XB- a Gov. Bradley, it is said, has subscribed ed protest, which tho prohibitionists and gotten up, was Will make the season of 1800. at my $1,000, provided it will always be his orThe republicans held a very decent their lady assistants had was not a full stable miles from .Stanford, un the Dangan, and other politicians have put them- and orderly not prosonted. There convention yesterday. Thoro Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. aide seemed to be ville Pike, selves down for smallor amounts. With is nover any hitch in their proceedings board and neither initiative. A good two already, it doesn't look like another here. If there is any friction it ia always anxious to take the AtS5 to Insure Living Colt. afternoon paper in Louisville will fill a arranged before hand and everything many people signed tho protest against fJSIlc U a black stallion, 10 hands high, long felt want. license, who did not originally vote for by O. F Clay, dam by Win, Welch. goes like it was greased. a good black jack on Will local option, believing that tho will cf The republican convention of the oth not be defeated by a the same tonus Marus traded forfeit jho Johnson. Among some old papers we the people should UY-district was a daisy. The Bradley men, found this from Mr. U. M. Johnson, de- technicality. The board decided to com SOIlhOI). G. A LACKEY. finding themselves outnumbered nearly ceased, one of the best men and staunch-es- t pel the payment of taxes for 1800 at ftWl Stanford, Ky. J 2 two to one, picked up their knitting and H democrats, whoever lived. It bears once and place tho penalty of 0 per cont hold a little j fr m repairing to another hall, -- . -appear v ) date at Milledgeville, July 29, 1805, and after June 1. No other business & ? s. ,5& V SS tfW TLS"!5 convention of their own; so there will bei was sent in response to an effort lo got ing the meetiug adjourned till tho regutwo sets of delegates from Louisville, the names of all the Confederate soldiers lar one, tho first Thursday night in May. with the, chances all in favor of McKin-- i in the couuty: 'I joined Co. I. 51st Reg. It ia likely that John titone will be electley. Va.VolB. near Jrtaunton, Va., June 23rd, ed councilman to succeed T. D. Raney, Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. : And Funeral Director. Oakliblb's letter baa been seized upon . 1801, at the ago of 17 years. Jubal A. and ao far as we can gather tho board of petitions, Wishes to thank his Irlumli and neighbors for as tho occasion for attacks on him by j Earley, commander. I was captured at will grant license regardless asks to and thlr patronage the respectfullyOrauvllle bo carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Hridles, Hucrfrv Robe iu Haley certain irreconcilable eheeta In Kentucky j Waynesboro, Va., March Gth, 1805. re holdiDg that a certain amount has to be will bo tound ready future. Mr. at any time. A Also ' toterve you Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. only but a large majority of the best paperj leased from prison at Fort DelawareJ raised and that ia the easiest and nice line ol Caskets, Coffin., Robes, Arc, to Square, Stanford, Ky, opposite Court-Hous- e Room from always on hand. 113m uei., Junolith, 'G5." way to do it. endorse him with enthusiasm. m liret-claB- fello-citizo- us two-third- s Con-Btab- lo tnnli-cio- us Mays-villean- ii.stru-ment- Post-Dispatc- h, Slay-bac- ed one-eye- d e ac-tio- u sion of Dick Evans Battles his cass and makes assurance doubly sure that his eons nnd wfll epoud a good portion of their remaining days In prison. They have played a bold hand and the wonder in that they have been able wr to keep out of jail so long. In- Frank McKinney fully identified tho two barrel of apples found on the prem ises of Miller Broaddun as his and the negro was jailed. Ho waived examination and was hr 11 in $10O bail, which he gave. Broaddna had bet n regarded an an honest man till a year ago or two hn was charged with stealing corn from Mr. F K Kid finish Cambric .jc. Standard Drab or black Sclisitis 9 ft Reid. He was turned locse, but on Sc Mack Rustic Lining 7xiC. Chaniios fibre lining 15c. ,NV , lr i4 Scotch verdict. Call- - j. Genuine linen Duck canvas IOC. Haircloth 7YiC Dick Evans, who escaped on the night ;coe.s 3j4c. Linen towels, fancy border with fringe, .j.,x vv, , y that his house was searched, is in rusto f a pony ' ) !' 20 in., 15c. dy. The merehauta made up Hath towels, fringed, 42x19 inches, 8c. Yd. Ishnm purse of $50 Friday and that night wide unbleached cotton .i4c. 7- -S extra heavy 5c. Yard Vj Elliott, a relative of the accused, brought N Ladies' and Misses' ir wide bleach cotton, gilt edge, 4j4c. him in and delivered him to the jailer hose 5c. Men's sox, light or heavy weight, 5c. Carpets Evans Bays he went to Tom SIuib' the ; izjic to 75c night theolllccts searched his house and , ?? then to Elliott'a He claims that tho goods were brought to his house without l-- Sc his consent, by his boh, Owsley, and aon-i- n law, Miller Broaddns. The former Good "tI Fine black and tan sox Sc or two pair for 15c. wbb already in jail and the latter was re ' arrested and incarcerated heavy pair ol suspender 10c. A better pair wire buckle, gooi'h '" Tho old man told where tho silk finished 15c, worth 35c. 10 dozen Derby Hats, would bo found at Broaddna' and thith! tf black and brown, 50c. Not a one in the lot worth less er ollhera U. M. and O. J. Nowland and $1.50. A big line Crush and Alpine hats from 50 T. J. Benedict went in search of them. In the stable under the straw and in a cts. to $3 in black and gray. Men's laundered neglige . hole dug in the ground, into which a shirts at 35c, worth 50c. Come in and look at our line of t barrel had been inserted, were found of clothes, hoots and shoes and ma B'lits ny and various other articles which were recognized by tho ownera as having been I'or men, boys and children, either ready made or made 77 stolen within the last few years. As V , ' to order. "j; Broaddus has paraded as a big church Children's shoes 25c. Ladies' Doug. Pat. .'; SHOES. member, the revelation is quite a shock ' X('f, of his brethren. One of them, to some v. tip button shoes $1 to $6. however, told us to say tbBt Broaddus We have the largest line of Matting and Carpets in town. x7TN was not a deacon in the Baptist church, but he confessed he ws assistant superintendent. The oUicis then made another search A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, of the premises of Will Brown and under T. D. RANEY. Manager. his kitchen floor was found a similar con tnvance for holding goods as Broaddus rfK , t rVYVVVVVrVyrT'V'VYVVfTvVYV had and in it were nearly everything that could be thqnght of, such aa doctors' hooks, school hooks, bed quilts, sl'k : V dresses, the latter the property of Mis. J. II Klrby, and many other things of no N , , . eartly value to him. The chain Is now 'y A',7 V . r'V. .' complete and about six negroes will get sfA& "T N "i', . r'i, 1" s ' V f v'; from 5 to 10 years each in the penitentiary. Old Dick Evans has a comfortable home in Davisville, a suburb of tho well known Bonoyville, and owns another farm besides. He has been negotiating for still another place, but his arrest NVill sell you at the Lowest Cash Price broke oil the deal. It has always been his custom to wear old clothis, but his children Bnd others around him have dressed surprisingly well and were looked on rs the tlite of their section. Dick Biys that some of the posse got mighty We will fill you orders from a new, Fresh Stock. close to him during their search, hut he hugged the ground ami evaded them. He is a wnil preserved man for Ii!h years, hsn Compounded by an experienced Pnarmacist, day or night. a keen eye and is a good talker Brown saw that there was no chance W. H. McROKERT, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. for him and waived examination early in Mil-h- r the action. At 4 o'clock yesterday, Broaddus, Dick Evans nnd Owsley HUY THE OLD REL1AHLE. Evans were brought out and thny also examination, each, includirg waived Brown, being held in JfiOO bail. The two small bos. Arthur and Andrew Iwans, 11 Hnd 13 years oil, wire discharged, to Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground proof against them. None gave bail. tol's n ihat 2fthnuifl Dick Nswland Right. were jwnrched in ill, tut nothing found at any but thoe named. Chief of Pol C' Helm, of Danvil'e, has located two nioie of the watches stolen from Danks; Evans having sold one mid It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit yn.j, given the other awav. eons-in-la- CARPETS. & t?SPEC!AL BARGAINS f-- PRJMC GOODS -- M- rf 11 i,yt 'I -- iBDofl calico at ifci r?T' 3 Per Yam. H ). ' r V4than J?, "'"; ''y -- 'v Sorino Clothinci LOUISVILLE STORE. ol "I."!"! '.u ,fc 'fa ''lS lkl 1 1 AIJ. ! tf W ': '. M'BOBEBTS. " .'$: (MLL PAPGR ADD PAII1T$. IFIKIESOIKIIPTIOlSrS The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Respect. We Guarantee this Plow in Every ' Bpeoial Invitation W. H. WEAREN & CO. m m , ij-ir- n ICCJffi Neckwear, er Collars, H. Cuffs, &c. BARNES, No. 21,739. IS J. McROBERTS. m DERTAKIftiG Wl j r J. 0. MoWhorter, UNDERTAKER, rrn J m.m'W f Practical Trimmer, Ertihalmer to-le- I .rk) v. 'i. f 'jQ m 1 , jJWK. irtdklLy yTT!! ijA5tii44to . , t vitr"(v" """ VJ" O Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournw. Kt., Al'lUIi 11, FIXED INCOMES AND FREE SILVER. A NATURAL RATIO. STANFORD, W. P. WALTON. All Who Labor Will Find Their Wage the Silver Dollar. Cut Id llmir lBflR Tho Dourer chamber of commerco, replying to tho nppoal for son ml money issued by the Now York chamber of j U There Ono lUtnrrn the Value of Sllrer and Gold? If Ho, la It 10 to IT Mr. J. J. Mott, chairman of tho national commit tco of tho freo silver party, SHALL WE TAKE THE PLUNGE? HHtictired furntthrtl dreis met Ml Veinon. Trtrr,ir ti.iL laiti ! fanning lone INUl lUCprcmptly I'lasieilnff sped!'. AilJ I'. I.echlelter - Confidential Letter No. 2 component paits arc gathered in some far off, unheard of land; nei thcr is it some latk( scientific made by unknown pro lessors. Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a reme dy whose component parts are na tivc roots and herbs, growing in the hills and valleys of Kentucky, which arc gathered at their prop cs seasons by responsible hands. After cleansing, sorting and culling they arc carefully dried for use. Their virtues arc extracted by the latest scientific process known to pharmacy by a pharmacist who has spent I S years in the work of his chosen profession. For over a hundred years has it stood the test and today it stands before the public guaranteed to be the best blood purifier in the mar-ct- . It is positively guaranteed to cure scrofula in any form. Its merit is shown by its growing pop ularity and in localities where long est uced you find the largest sales. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. ' Penny's Drug Store, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. F. B. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F.'Alstott, Powers. & Son, Crab Orchard. James T. Cookk, Harrodsburg, Ky. IJt.-ulcy Uro. Walton: Please hold the Tho blacksmith who makes $15 a cars while I tell what Cooke's Sar week, tho saparilla is. Well, it is not a mys- salesman atcarpenter a at $3 per day, tho $1,000 year, the agriculterious compound of which the dis-cover- v, commorcc, says that resumption of free cointiKO of hi Ivor is objectionable to of fixed incomes. This is truo, bnt in it senso broader tlian its nutliorn intcndi'd. Persons of fixed incomes aro not morely million-Hire- s or army or imvy oflicors. All who labor in this country, whethor tho pay bo called salary or wage; mo also persons of fixed incomes, aniT they decided-l- y object to having tlioir incomes cut in half for tho bcuellt of Hiker mino own-eiper-boiih s. tural laborer nt fl.oO a day, tho teacher ut $10 per week, all aro persons of fixed incomes. They Mud tlioir incomes noiio too largo for their necessities. Why tthould thoy not object to n slump to idlvnr, freu ami unlimited, for tiio bcuellt of thooo who own (diver, but nt a lori of CO per cent iu their fixed It is tho labor of tho country that most determinedly doninwds tho gold basis ; that domands stability in tho currency; that objectH inot positively to a 1ch of half Its llxed income. Silver mino owner nud agents mnst reckon with this element, and it is a mighty element at tho ballot box. Lot platform urUors uoto this fact no woll Chicago ns silver mino capitalists. Timoti-Iicral- fOMuiULfrlzes $6,141.75 "T . 5.5 J -- K.o.NEi'niiEor, Separate P.rizea " i UiViZN A WAV I. lS.T' " Iu SIoxJco. Tiiero aro really no waged iu Mexico. All working peoplo take what they can TFie NEW WRFKLV get that is, what tho employer chooecs to pay. Wagoworkors make mj littlo that thoro is no iuccntivo to thrift, uo i Denver. Colo.. stimulation of energy. Tho chvues aro T . ... tho rich and tho poor. There is no mid!!,(., Iwtn A.- ,- "" "" In h. W. dle cliuw. Moro liojwfnlly porbapti it rv,3!l, ?f"T '?. papM- liter's r,r"nltUroIt I. in.of might bo said that n middlti class is just cbauipiun. beginning to form. They who seo uo ., ., vuuiCKM tut lairai ,,, liopo of Indopendenco, or oveu of small .lfl and inlnln- - Utxk news, it jjul rail tat mln. hi. ieciai , honiM, naturally have uo ambition. As boon as they got n very littlo monoy thoy cartooru and IWr.t comment of th daJlr ctli. quit thoir employ meat aud wruHtidur it. dn.ed form the dolnci of all U.o wortd-- lt la Many employers mako mouoy, a family but tlioir without a wr. Nrw '" d'lrnnltiM to have prosperity is basodou tho degradation of ",,,!,,,l,on "' nnulauon of labor. Tho who do tiio heavy iXZJ?" l1twa ,f MlaslesiM tlrerthe to. iu tiio minesmen Mexico reooivouot work cna.t Tlioiefon. It onVrs to and r. of moro ' !next than 15 cents to $1 a day in Mexican lr .i,i...i...i. ... jUitw unrqualled prue. money, or from 40 to CO couta iu actual money j for agricultural labor thoro novw: REGULAR AGENTS' COMMISSION is a quotable rate; hackuiou aud waitors ALLOWED IN ADDITION. CONTEST BEGINS A T ONCE. at restaurants depend almost or wholly rtlt 't,lLl " .!.tl mL,rt... ..n1.m. nuiiiii, .. wjki, OPEN TO EVERT BOOT EVERYWHERE. .in.,, Liiatuui lunnim ....... II and tho of tho country smallor; houso servants get from if'J to 5 n rtFor rartlcnlam aJdrris month, rarely tho higher price. And lot Tlic IS'eVH it be borno iu mind that this is a silver Denver, Colo. money country, and that most thiugs except labor boar high prices. Portland Qregouiau. $1,000 tj! "Tcr CjIU" Conundram, Every trtio worshipor of tho silver "fotich" belioves as tho firat artiolo of tho freo cokago gonpcl that if. thoqnan-tltof money i doublwl prices will bo twico an high. This is tho escucoof tho por capita argument and in cousidorod by lx)th Hilveritun nud flatiHts to bo tho lium of finiincial w iodom. Kocond only to their faith in tho ojcrod wordu "per capita" is tho Iwlief of tho cheap money ndvocatedthat tho undeniable prosperity of Franco in duo to tho fact that that country hati about $10 of mouoyfor each inhubitaut. Attempts to show Uint in reality tho t'ronclj pooplo aro prosperous lKcauso of thoir high lovel of intelli-genctheir Hkill in tho industrial nru, their riydteui of land holding and nietii-otl- s of cultivation nud tho gtvnt and varied natural resources of tho country have had no weight with tho ono idead silver agitators. Since Franco has nearly twico us mjich money jcr capita its tho United States, according to tho boliovcra iu tho theory that tho quantity of money fixes prices, good hhould bo twico as dear iu Franco as in America. Now it id notations that Huch is uot tiio case. On tho contrary, tho products of French mills, u factories, etc., aro sold so cheaply that it is necessary to impost) heavy dutios on them to prevent their competition T w witli high priced American goods. Will somo per capita liuuiicior explain why tho large volumo of monoy in Franco does not raiM prices iu that country? A y o, -- Wfi mocKy mountain wars. recently ergnuized at Washington, indicts on n much abusod public a long appeal for vote. for fieo coinage This latest ofllcial uttoriuico of tho silverites is uot much worco than their former waiN over tho terrlblo suffering caused by an imaginary scarcity of cart wheel dollars, and is only notable iu that it boldly aborts that gold and silver exist in tho earth in almost certain fixed proportions, and that tho natural ratio between tho two metals is therefore 10 to 1. "This ratio," tays Mr. Mott, "has continued ns arranged by man under tho natural order us hofouudit." It was nccoptcd by mankind at a part of tho grand plan iij)on which tho world was to move, nndupproved byfho philosophy aud common fence of nil ages. If it woro truo that when tho onrth was cieatod tho amount of silver fouud in it was 10 times greater than tho gold, this would bo uo reason why ouo motal should bo worth 10 times as much as tho other. Tho labor cost of producing nnythiug nnd tho demand for it is what regulates its value Thoro is uo uatural measuroof values, and no fixed ratio between two metals or any other products, so that thoro is uo grouud for tho claim that tho value of an ounce of gold was designed by naturo to bo tho eaxuo ua that of 10 onucoi of 6ilvor. Mr. Mott mest havo been using the newly discovered X ray to peer into tho iuuermoot depths of tho earth, if ho really knows that gold and si Ivor exist iu"ajnj3t certain, pxoportious." It is n pity that ho does not inform tho pnblio just uhtro nil thoAG hidden metals aro and how many tons thoro nro of each. Perhaps ho is waiting until congress passes a freo coinago law, when ho will uncover tho masses of silver which ho knows so much about. And perhaps, great aud wire as a chairman of n silver party must bo, he doesn't know anything moro about the metals iu tho earth tliau ho doc.- of tho currency question. "Tho grand plan upon which tho world was to movo" terms to havo got badly out of joiut in theso days. If a uatural law can bo bet asido by worldly minded business ruon, who say thuras tho commercial vulno of silver is SO timoa lestt than that of gold thoy will givo no moro for it, uaturo must fool slighted. But there is a baro possibility that even Mr. Mott hasu't been told nil of tho world's plans for inoviug. As for tho "philosophy and commou senso of all ages," it is a littlo curious that in somo of tho ages silver was valued at eight to ono of gold. If tho yield of tho South Africnu, Australian and American gold mines should prove to bo ns largo us is confidently predicted by eminent geologists nud mining engineers, tho ratio might again drop to thowj figures. Would tho "philosophers," of whom Mr. Mott is evidently ono, stick to the magic 10 to 1, or would thoy adopt tho commercial ratio, whatever it might be? The siher party may got n fow rotes in November, but its following will certainly not bo incrensetl becauso of tho practical and nrgumeuts of its national chairman. wi.-do- ni A AND YARDS. StrlUluc Noveltjr In tho Lino of Con- ' venluut 1'lcBvrlcn. The accompanying illustration represents un lioh'houno and Bystem of yards which 1 llntl to be quite convenient. Pig. 1 is an exterior view of tho house, only a portion being shown, which is coered with boards and battens. The outer posts are 3 feet high; the rafters are 21 feet long, and meet at a common point. Fig. 2 shows the ground plan of the house and yards; a a, etc., are Ixt posts easily-constructe- HOGHOUSE d i 1 "Coin at School In Finance' I l. n..nM LJ Ul'UlbU t Pnlinvta 1WWV4HJ.J 1 1 II Alarmed Passenger on tho United States (to tho pilot, Coin): Aren't yoa abyss?" taking us into u frightful Coin: "Don't bo alarmed. Thoro is just as good boating bolow as aboTa. vio. l. rEnspr.oTIYR yir.w orncaKiiv. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! reaching from tho ground to the roof; 1) b nud o c are doors to onch pen. The If you need a suit of elbthes, come in and inspect our stock before sizes of pens and lots nro represented making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and priIn the cuta. For roofing used 1x12 boards; 1,530 feet were required. To ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $$ to $1$. avoid waste In cutting, get of this in lengths, in 14- 1 one-ha- lf ot one-fourt- b Can Not Be Excelled. $2 In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from to $4 per pair. Special inducements to Cash Buyers. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. t OVERSTOCKED I We have an Immense Line Kia !!. andare realy overstocked in artousD rt.A.N TA.HDS. ok riauunr and 12-fo- foot, and tho renminder For fenc-inpartitions and 3'artis, use Feed bins can be made over each pen. American Agriculturist. 16-fo- ot Harness : and : Saddlery, And will dispose of them at greatly reduced price-- , lor the next two weeks. .Some of these poods will be sold at their former piice. Call if you want Bargains that are sure enough Bargai is h-i- lf p. vX I 1i A WORD OF WARNING. Vfhy Cmre Should orth. t,,r '""' .".'.:'.".' - lrIntlucCo, JOBT IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA LITY, WORMS ! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE! FOR 20 YEARS Has lod nil WORM Romodloo. rs 'EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.' HOI.U 1IV M.I. llltUUtilHTM. niriunriiiovaiiiutM(t(i.i bt. torts. in your neighborhood tills season - I IF YOU WANT THE J BEST GARDEN PLANT OUR FAMOUS Kmmvim of which arc described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896. A new feature this season is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Tost 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 1 all nt PETER HENDERSON & GO. 3837 Cortlaadt St., yew York. Ration for Cattle or Sheep. Clover, hay, bran and wheat straw make tip a complete ration in growing cattle or sheep. It makes a cheap food. It will bring- a little better result if the straw and clover could first be run r through a and then the bran be added. But, if this cunnot be done, tho next beat plan is to feed tbe straw and clover in racks or mangers, and the bran in boxes or troughs. There will be much less waste in this Won't Como Out In the Open. way than by allowing the stock to ruu If tho freo silverites aro' so confident in the stacks and help themselves. that thoy roprosont tho people, why do What Is left in the racks or mangers can be used for uedding, and In this thoy dodgo tho Insuo and olaiin to bo What thoy coutoud for is tho way bo converted into a valuable ferfreo and unlimited coinago of si Ivor at tilizer. 10 to 1. Why don't thoy staud by their Pnmpklus a a Stock Food. colors? Atlanta Journal. Most nil kinds of live stock do well on pumpkins mixed with their daily An Affidavit. ration, and relish them ns well. We lhlsistscettllr tlutoaMir nth I walked to nro inclined to think thnt tho feeding pair or crutch Mellck'sdruz itoro on and (ought a bottlsof Chamberlain's Paia Balm for value of pumpkins is generally underinflitumatorr rheumatlim which had crippled me estimated. When fed to cows they op. After utinf threo bottles I am completely stimulate a large milk flow, and with cured I can cheerfully recommended H. Wetiel, Sunbury, Pa. a light grain ration tho quality of JLV. Sworn and subscribed to before me on August R butter is very fine. Pork is always t&)4 Walter bhipmau, J. P 10, liSNfwth For sale at o cents per bottle by Craig A Hock-e- r, better when bomo pumpkins aro fed . Stanford, Ky. along with the grain. The pumpkin crop is a very cheap ono when grown A 8I11111I0 J.lttlo l'rublem. During the winter of tS. F. M. Martin, ot in corn, Long Va., contracted a Severn According to tho orators who weep whicii Reach, Wut a cough. In speaking of cold could be nnd several tona of this food left him with produced annually in corn over tho horrible crimo of 1873 silver he cured it ho says; ' I utsd several kindshow fields of that grow nothing but corn per cough avrup but found no rellel until I bought a was domouotizod 23 years ago. Ever Dottle ol Chamberlains Couuh Kemedr. which sinco that timo nn agitation for restor relieved tue almost instantly, and in a short time former. Crabtrec's Farmer. orougnt aoouta complete cure." When troubled ing "tho dollar of our daddies" has boon with a cnugh or How to Keeptjvluo Healthy. cold use this remedy and carrlod on. If tho result of 23 yoars' sil- not find it neces ary to try several kinds vou will A Country Gentleman correspondent before ver propaganda is tho defeat of froo you get relief. It has been in market for over 30 says: According Uo our experience, ears coinago in tiio popular branch of con- ity. and constantly crown in favor and popular both Poland-China- s und llerkshlres Cor sale at 15 and 59 cents per bottle by Craig & have proved healthy and thrifty; both gress, by u vote of moro than 3 to 1, Mocker, rtinlord Ky. how Ioug will it takn ut this rato to setako a wide range if permitted and cure a majority of both houses? nre busy foragers. Wo have had no Froo Pills. Srnd your address to II B. Bucklen & Co., trouble with our hogs sinco adopting Fraudulent Currency. Chicago, and get a tree sample box of Or. King's tho plan of keeping them altogether A curroucy worth less than it pur- New Life Pills. A trial will conriuce you of their within our own lines. It seemed a pity merits. There pills are easy In action and are ports to bo worth will iu tho end defraud particularly t ffectlve ia the cure of constipation that they could not get the benefit For uot only creditors, but all who nro en itnd sick headache provedmalaria and liver trcub of the mast in our own uu fenced woodles thty have invaluadle. Tliev are gaged in legitimato business, nud uono guaranteed to been land, but our neighbors d be perfectly frie from eery drlcts and moro suroly than tlioso who aro depend- nous substance and to be purely vegetable. They woefully neglected swine also ran there, do not weaken by their action, but by Biviog tone ent upon toil for their daily bread. to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the und would now nnd then chare with From Messngo of President Graut, 1878. system. Regjlar size ace per box. Sold by.W. tome dangerous disease. B. McRooer u, drujgtar. mo-ioy Corro-spoudeu- KvlU r KUlug rrlrnn. But tho quantity of gold and Eilvor in tho national coins corresponding with n Kiven hum cannot be mado loss than herrtoforo without disturbing tho of iutrhibio value aud making every aero of land as woll as overy bushol of whoat of actual Iom worth than in timopast. A general revolution in prices, tliougli ruiy nominally unci iu appearance, could not fail to distract tho ideas of tho community and would bo npt to breed diK'ontent as woll ntuoiiK those who lio on tho incomo of their money us anions poorer . 1.isms of the people, to whom tho necessaries of life would ceom to havo becomo dearor. Among the evils attendant on such an operation are thoio : Crcdifors both of tho public nud of individuals would lose n part of thoir property Public nud privato debt would receivo a wound. Tho olloctivo revenues of tho government would be diminished. Thcro is scarcoly any point in tho economy of national affairs of greater momont than tho uniform preservation of tho intrinsic value of tho monoy unit. Ou this tho Talainltr Crow. In Uncle Saui'a CoruQeld. security nud steady valuo of property essentially depend. Alexander Hamilton. bal-nnc- o The London Live Stock Journal offers a word of warning1 thnt may de serve attention in this country as well ns abroad: More care is commonly taken by horse owners as to the quality of the oats TnTin of Ue hay they purchase. Vet there is a greater difference between good and inferior hay than between tho best and, say, third or fourth-clas- s oats. Hay varies greatly, not only in the quality of the herbage of which it is composed, but in the conditions under which it has been harvested, and iu how it has cured in the stack. Horses rarely suffer from eating bad oats, while much disease in the stable is attributable to the quality of the hay they consume. It hn been estimated that about 50 per cent, of the cases of colic which occur large iu stables are due to the hay with which the horses are provided. Owners of largo studs frequently experience nn outbreak of colic among: their animals with tho purchase and consumption of a fresh consignment of hay. Iluy poor In quality and badly stocked Is a most expensive fodder.frorutheiliseaseitfre-qucntl- y engenders, as well as from it low consuming value. Great care should bo exercised in the purchase of foreign hny. furchsae of Hay. Ha Kxrrclsed In the FARRIS & HARDIN. S .fliBv Rocking Chairs. rATHiilftTmUiftll One like this for only $2.75. Largest and Most Complete Stock of rAWsHffUi till I'll VlWlllHiliMlllll I 1 1 U T T 1 ml I ml Undertaker's Goods Ever brought to this Section. fl fI W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford. Ky. sssssBK ssW 4 " l 1 s! : tl FULL LINE OF Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Just Recievcl 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 jou buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- d feed-cutte- W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. B. K. WEAHEIT. itKiftij PMSlU ...... Wenre In n nnslttnn In mV It ,1.wM.li.. handle every thine raised on a fanu on commission- - so if vo youweiror our services. We do an Immense business ami have I. EGGS AND POULTRY. ir i- R houses. 318-31- 0 Correimnr!nvln.r1i1 HERNDON-CARTE- ral....... ...ii.i The Leading Commission Merchants, Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE KY . CO. 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Bluearson. lJtfe& ,r -- 11 . pl ' amy ji - ". jTy r;. tJWHMJWKraawaitts: JZnes WvW9Msti , aii. vH y.aeMitJ. l!!i Semi-Weekly InteriorJouriiai - Stanford, Ky, April 14, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Queen & Crescent to Cincinnati for the opening bull camp, Only $1 for lh r on nil trip from Junction City to Cinciu nati, Sunday, April 19th, to Bee the Louiavllle and CincinuatiB in the oppn-ta- g series of tbe Beason. Special train leaves there at 7 a. m.. Returning leavee Cincinnati at C:30 r. m Ample, accommodations for every body. Take advantage of the low rate. Aek the rgentB for particular;". For the occasion ol the Southern Baptist Convention, which will convene at ChatianooRa.Tenn., May 8 14, Inclusive, the Q & C. Railway will eell tickets to Chattanooga, Tenn., and return, at rate of One Limited First Claes Fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold May Gib to to 8th, inclusive, good to return 15 days from date of salt, but limit on tickets may be extended allowing 15 days additional time, provided they are deposited with Joint Agent at Cbatta 1S9G nooga, on or before May Queen City Jockey Club, Newport, Ky. On tbe occasion ot the inangnral meeting of the Club, April 11th to 25th inclusive, tickets over the Queen & Caescent Route will be sold to Cincinnati at 1 3 fare for the round trip. Five dajs to but not later than April 26lb. Ask agents for particulars. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A , Cincinnati O. re-tar- n, Near Central City, John Ward was subbed at the home of his bride "by Marion Segare, father of a young man whom tbe girl had jilted. The "rarity" Delnalon. Four years ago sllvoritos, Democrats or Republicans, joined with tbo goldites of thoir rcspoctivo parties in accepting declarations in favor of "legislation which shnll insuro tho mnintounuco of the parity of tho two metals." The fonud in both Democratic and Republican national platforms. This of a promise, worked, even on tho broad stage, of national poli tics, but it cannot bo expected to work again. Silvoritcs and goldites, Democrats or Republicans, liavo shown that they" aro equally tired of further juggling wfth tho subject, and' tho next timo each will insist that tho truth as to its beliefs and iutontious Fhall bo squarely told. Tho hollowuess of those proraisos of legislation to put gold and silver on a parity has been proved by the complnto fuiluro of lithor party to attempt it. Siuco tho promulgation of tho national platforms of 1803 the silver men's scheme for free coinage, or silver monometallism, has been tho single legislative proposition put forward anywhero, and with freo silver coinago not a dollar in gold would circulate on n par with silver. Tho gold men, who beliovo in maintaining tho gold standard of our currency and in saying fo, havo offered and will offer no legislation whatever to insure or to creato a parity between gold and silver other than tho makeshift parity existing, under which nearly $000,000,000 of silver aro maintained on a parity with gold. Nono tho less they offer a change, from what wo havo, of priceless value. Thoy offer the prosperity which springs from a suro and stablo monetary standard, tho indispensable foundation of industrial coulldouco and enterprise. They coustitnto tho overwhelming majority of tho pcoplo of tho United States, and if either the Democratic or tho Republican party fails to pronounce their sentiment in its platform this summer it will bo despised for n coward and beateu for its folly. Now York Sun. quo-tntiou.- ia will-o'-the-wi- pr-rt- TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE i OINTMENT A SURE I lull MED CO.. BT. LOUIS. 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Posi ively No Ftrry Transfer. Be aurejour tickets read via"BIG FOUR." d. b. martin, k. o. Mccormick, Paasenger Traffic Mgr. Cen. Pass. A- Tkt. Agt ,.IF VOU ARKGOING THK . KORTH WEST, Louisville 4 Nabhvilic R. R. If th line for you, as its Double Dally Trains Make,'close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all point. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKKD THROUOH For any information enquire of JOES. RICK, Ar.nt. Stanford, Ky Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati aKdKranlf fort Shortest and qulckestbetween Ask for ticket! via Kentucky Midland. Train run by Central Standard Tim. Timo Tabl. Nov. 3, 1893. TRAINS EAST. L,v Franklort A Only Duect Lite Between Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle, Carlisle, Mnyavllle, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. No. . No. 3. No. 7. a. m. p. in. p. m. 6 55 t 00 4 "5 7C8 7 17 7 7 S 4 grow old, but Hvo forever and revel in Tho wicked, when perpetual youth. they attempt to cross tho dangerous bridge, can see the stone9 which are thrown at them, and in trying to avoid them they will fall from tho giddy height into the awful gorge thousands of feet below tbe slippery log; where a rushing boiling stream is tumbling over the great sharp rocks, filled w ith dend fish and animals which aro continually brought around to tho same place by tho Thero all tho eddies and whirlpools. irees aro dead, the waters infested by poisonous snakes, toads, and other looking reptiles, the dead are always hungry, but have nothing to eat; aio always sick, but never die. Thero is no sun, and tho wicked are constantly "climbing up by thousands on the sides Why Do Anything- For SllTer? of a high rock, from which thoy can "The government must do something for our silver" is an expression heard overlook the beautiful country of tho even among thoso who aro opposed to good hunting grounds, tho abode of tho " n freo coinago at 10 to 1. But they givo happy, but can nover reach it. Transcript. no reasons why tho government should bo called on to favor n particular metal. Ihr llurvanl Athlete Tho athlete in a recitation is vory Vhy should tho men who tire engaged When ho enters some adin digging silver havo any moro claim amusing. to publio aid than tho men who dig clay mirer usuallj whispers his confidante: , isn't ho a dandy?" Tho for bricks? Quo product of labor is just "Look at as useful as tho other, or if thero is any athlete always looks too large for his difference it is in fuvor of tho bricks. chair in tho class room. You wonder Yet wo never hoar of an agitation to get why it does not break down. Tho book, too, seems all out of place in his bij the government to help tho brickmakers. hands, and a pencil looks positively The value of tbo eggs produced annually in this country is fur greater than funny as ho handles it. He wears an that of all tho silver mined. But any air of patronage as if intellectual purono who would proposo that a bounty suits were well in their way, and a should be given to tho owners of bens thing to bo encouraged, even interestwould be laughed at. Why should a ing on occasious, but just a littln unworthy a man of muscle. 6chemo for giving bounties to tho ownlie likes to stretch out his big limbs, ers of silver mines bo moro seriously and watch them in repose, know ing hois conconsidered? Is it becauso tho latter tribute funds to keep u lot of cheap much they can do when occasion requires. The professor oven defer to money spouters in tho political arena? him a little, unablo to refuse his instinctive homage to power eron though Chairman Ilarrlty. Opinion. it bo physical. "When ho strolls ncrusa Aa is probably protty well known, I the yard men look out of their windowi am in favor of sound money and opposed after him. He is pointed out to the to tbo free, unlimited and independent voung lady visitors, and tho fair creatcoinage of si Ivor as proposed by the free ures look with awe on tho god llko besilver people. Furthermore I believe ing whom they have seen battling in that thoso who favor sound money will mud and goro for tho honor of Harvard constitute a majority of tho next Demoin the superhuman fashion. . Tho athleto during his season of activcratic national convention. To make tho majority decisive, however, it will bo ity does not study much Ho has to necessary for tho friends of sound money his onorgies for physical effort. Ho can neither smoko nor drink. About to go to work. It will not do to let matters drift and to let that issuo tako care all that is left him is to talk nthlotics, of itsolf. They ought to be prepared to and for this purpose ho can got plenty discuss tho matter intelligently and in of listeners. But when 4 o'clock in the afternoon comes then ho is in his good temper with thoso who hold conAnd from 4 to 0 he toils vny flicting or opposito views. It is a question that is to bo reasoned out. Nothing like a young giant. will bo gained by making facos at thoso Storing? Sunshine for Use. who differ with us. I do not foar a bolt "nil Jimmy! Como down hero. Left from our convention, and thero will bo set on the bridgo and go round when no danger of it if wiso counsols shall she turns. " prevail. William F. Harrity, Chairman This from a 10 year old streot boy National Dcmocratio Committee. standing on the approach to a bridge over tho Erio Canal in an interior city. Manufacturers and Silver Mine Owner' AlTho person addressed was a fellow liance. street boy standing on n raised foot It will pay laborers and farmers who bridgo over tho samo muddy waterway, no was no older than his companion are favorably inclined toward free coiu-agto study the reasons for tho ullianco and full as lagged. Ho was tamo and between tho freo silver pooplo of tbo carried a crutch, but ho had his comwest and certain manufacturers of tbo pensation in a philosophy of contenteast. Ono of the reasons mentioned by ment that old Horaco might have envied. the manufacturers is that our manufacHo stood upon tho food bridge and anturers cannot, with present prices for swered: labor and raw materials, compete suc"Naw. Can't Got t' stajt bora " cessfully with freo silver couutries. Put "Aw, como on down. "What d'ye into plaiu English, wages and prices of raw materials largely farm products hang up thero for? Lots o' fun awingin' around here, We kin git on a boat and aro higher in the gold than in tbe silver standard countries. It will bo to go over the aqueduct an' then ride back on another. Aw, come on down. " tbo advantage of our manufacturers, "Naw; can't do it " therefore, if this country should drop to "Why not? What yor wants tor fool a silver baiis. Supposing that this statement is truo, what do our wage earners "round up thero for? Ain't no fun up there." and farmers say? "Wal," was the answer that Jimmie drawled out with as solemn a face as Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. cadet on parade, "I can't come down noThe best salve in the world for cutt, bru.'teis how. I've got to stay up hero and aoak sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions In all the sunshine I can ao as I kin laugh At positively cure, piles, or no pay rcpuired. It Is " (uaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money when it rains. Boa-tore-serelo-men- Why It. Htmlleil the Mar. Jones "I notice that you frequently for 11 Uuntet speak of things that happen aLtwon.ii,. fHa Liwnl I a l'arMill tfca ot the Urlialy. nnd so on. Aro you a newspnper man? Ir.ni. To tho bear hunter tho wilds of Alaska Smith No, but I frequently walk From their earliest traditions tha no Choctaws havo been taught to believe in offer a paradlso that can lo found in at- tho streets nil night. "Insomnia?" a llfo after thoy leave this world. Thoy othor couutry on tho globe, as it is "No, iny wife locks tho door at ten p. beliovo that tho spirit, tho moment that tested by tho yearly shipments of hide. it leavos ttio body, is compelled to travel Tho most chosen aro thoso of tho black ni." Texan Sifter. woods by a long distance to tho west, until is ar- ' boar, which roam tho bring fiomhunDidn't !rc. 25 dreds, and primo skins immonso chnsm, at the botrives at an Wltherby (to ticket wller) Say, that up to as high as $100 each in tho market tom of which flows a very rapid, rocky, woman aherul of mc has such n big hni This terrible During tho excursion season tourists and dangerous stream. from all parts of tho globo mako a thrir that I can't rco tho play. Won't you gorge, which is surrounded on every mc nnoUier seat? aide by great mountains, tho soul has to ing trade for Alaska merchants in the fhc Ticket Seller Why don't you ask her bear skin line. cross on a "long and slippery pine log ' Theionro fivo diotinct species of the to tnko it off? with tho bark pooled off, " tho only pasWltherby Xot much! She's my bear in Alaska tho black, brown 01 sage to the "happy hunting grounds,' ' cinnamon, and a cros, which inhabit wife. Truth. which lio beyond tho dangerous bridge On the bank of the stream, just on tha all portions of southeastern Alaska No Ono Kim Would. othor end of tho log, thoro always stand nnd tho upper portion of tho Yukon Cholly Chuuiplelgh If I could find n north, in tho St woman exactly llko myself In every Fuither six persons, who havo reached the country. and who Ellas Alps, is tho homo of n gtlzzly "happy hunting grounds," I mighL marry her. throw sharp rocks at whoever attempt) which in size, ferocity, and color much .Miss Cohk'nl How good of you That to cross the treacherous log tho moment resembles the giirr.lies of tho Sierra would bo a kindnc.sa of which no other tho middle of it is reached. Thoso who Nevndas, and still further north, along man in tha world, jicrlinp, could bo havo livod properly, according to tho tho louer reaches of tho Yukon and tho capable. X. Y. World. Indian idea of morals havo no trouble ico fields of tho Arctic Ocean, is tho A Motlern Hero. in crossing the log; the stones fall harm- whito polar bear. As bravo and skillful Sho (romantically) Ah, George! lessly from them, and thoy reach tho in hunting bear as tho Alaska Indian is, "happy hunting ground, " where there ho seldom hunts tho St Ellas grizzly, would you could llko tho knlghta of is perpetual day, without difficulty. both because there fs little profit in the old do wino hrnvc, heroic deed to Thero the trees are over green, tho sky hides and tho great size and ferocity o! wjow your love for roe. mako hunting thorn a most Ho Hnvcn't I? Why, I hnvo worn cloudless, and the breezes always gently the necktie you gnvc mi this blowing; there, too, a continuous feast hazardous undertaking. Their modo of killing thorn is bi Christmas every day Mnce. Puck. and dan co aregoiugon; tho peoplo never . shooting THE CHOCTATTS' HCREArXKll Ab Iadlaa Idea sf tha Lira Beyond AUSKA'8 URATtS stir - GILT EDGE 261. ItK(HPTKltKI). HY SECOND JEWEL 18. Dam by old Stonewall Jackson This fancy saddle stallion will inakothu season of 1S90 at our stable ) mile from Mlllcdgoville, Lincoln county. Ky , on the Stanford and .Mllledgevillc pilco. Owing to thu scarcity of money, wo will stand him At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. , I 1 into thorn from a heavllj charged smooth bote musket a hoavj slug of lead, copper, or iron, then await. Ing their charge, m liich never fails tc follow tho shot, with a long, hoavy, and strongly made spar, resting tho butt of tho weapon on the ground and planting, ono foot firmly against it Iho point ol the spear rests at an anglo to pierce th bear in tho breast and tho bear's owr m eight, whon it strikes tho spear in it mad charge, is calculated to drive the weaHn through him or piuico him def enough to caua deatlu As will ho rad ily seen, if at this critical moment th hunter's courage should fail him, or by n miscalculation tho sxar failod to impale tho charging beast the huiitvi would lie knocked .onsoleM nnd torn into hhred. This modo ol boar hunting may have its advantage, but only the Alaska Indian hni the cour age to try tho experiment imnie-diaU-l- y pleom-to call tow it usually spoken of by people of culture aa blondo trrsscH. Boston Globo. Money duo when colt comos or mare is Mares grated or fed at reaparted with 1 Not reponiblo for aoci sonable rate dents should any occur Gilt Edge is a beautiful red f orrol, flaxy mnuc and tail, lo hand 3 inches high, win foaled Sept. 0, 1880, and is a perfect saddle horo. Gilt Edge was showed ai a and took the sweepstake premium at Kirksyille and Danville nnd In his Thoso who own ring nt Hurrodfdmrg hand-painte- d want to lined ton gootl saddle Mnllion aro cordially Invited to look at our liorcc and He Wn. Kce him move He was hired by Second Jewel, holy Strangeir I wih to join your proCunningham's Jewel, he by old Washingposed cxxy.lltion to tho north pole. ton Denmark. CapU Bcary What nro your credenHis tln-- t dam Minnie by McDonald's tials? Unicorn. I'd dam by Wells' Crusader, his Strangta- I courteil a Bonton girl for first dam by Stonew'nll JncicMn, he by two months. Texas Sifting. Washington Denmark, ho by Black Don-mat- k, his hot dam by Crusader, he by of Cnltnre. Old Whip, L'd dam a Rocky Moiiiitniu Harry What girl was that you had In mare. tow lant evening? MADISON SAND1DGE A SON, Willy (Indignantly) What you aro MillcdKeville, Ky. Ac-ptL rt-E-cct CHESTER : DARE, SiioitTiBT iioi'tk to LomsviUK. Kvory .Mr 11 111 Own t. o swallow the child. It had engulfed the hand und swallowed it up to the arm pit and was writhing in its contortion! and efforts to make furthor progress Grasping tho hideous toptilo in tho middle, it seemed to relax its hold and disgorge the child's arm, then turnod upon its mother. She dashed it to tho floor, nnd in her wild frenzy stamped it to death. It proved to bo of tho black racer species, 7 feet 2 inchos long, and measuring 6f inches in clrcumferouce. Tho babo livod, and the only inconvenience it suuTorcd from its torriblo experience was that ita arm and hand wero blistered as if scalded in hot water. Cincinnati Enquirer. Latest Form of Ituub.r Pavement, The munloipal authorities of Brussels have decided to experiment on tho new compound "caoutchous macadam. " A portion of one of the principal yards of the city is being paved with this material Tbo compound consists of a mixture of India rubber and different kinds of stones ground up together and converted into a tort of cement by means of heat The material is stated to bo hard, elastic, and durable, and to be unchanged by either heat or cold. It ia anticipated that it will prove extremely well adapted for running tracks and lawn tennis courts. 5th heat on one-hal- ! milt! tr.irjr. Sired by RIenzi RlenI was hind by llehnont and nut of Illnndinn, byMam-brin- o Chief. Pence's dam was by Almont ForreM, ton of Almont Second dam by Gairatd Chief Pence is n tine individual, htnuding 10 hands high, dark brown, perfectly sound and a horse of great Hnnko Kwallowed III. llnby. hH'Ctl. He hat. show n a 2 12 gait. Will George Wharton, of Brown county, tolls a blood curdling snako story. Mrs. mako iho season of ISM at my place I! William nuxelly, living in a log cabin, miles from Stanford on the Huston vil'e was making toap in tho twek yard, hav- piko ing kissed her sweet little u months babe a Living1 Colt. to sleep in tho cradle. Prcently the At. $10 baby screamed, nnd sho rushed in and was horror stricken to find a hidoou? MY JACK, LOGAN, blacksnako of enormous sizo trying to 2:24 1, General Wiuficld Scott had no feclingi of compassion for dissipated moil and had his own ideas as to tho proH--i remedy for intemperance. One of hit military orders, given "hen he m it which command at Rock Island, in has Won discovered in tho Iown StaW library, throws soma light on his pvcul iar notions on this subject Iheordei is copiod in full in the current numbei is tor of the Magaziue of American and relates to the appearance of choleri among tho soldiers at Rock Island aivo to tho sanitary mensurwi to be pursued. Various precautions in the way of clean liness, tho use of fiunnel clothing, etc, are recommondod on tho ntitJiority ol the physicians, but, the order continues: "The commanding general, who has seen much of tho dUeane, knows that it is which, in the prenont slat and of tho atmosphoro, generates spreads tha calamity, and that, when onoo spread, good and temporato men He aro likely to take the Infection. therefore imperatively commands thai every soldier or ranger who shall I found drunk or sensibly intoxicated after the publication of this order U compellod as Boon as hit strength ill permit, to dig a grave at a suitable burying placo large enough for his own roception, as such a gravo can not fail soon to bo wanted for the drunken man himself or some drunkon companion. Tills order is givou as well to sorve foi the punishment of drunkonncss as te spare good and temperato men tho labor of digging graves for their worthies companions. " 18".i-1 1 t)rv OIcct, distance from Lexington to Louisville has been greatly shortened by tin- "cut oil." just completed. U. A 0. trains leaving LesiuKton st 8.15 a. m and 0.05 I. M , iIhIIv, reach Louisville at 11 00 a. M. and .50 r. M,, two htuis and 15 minutes. The C. A O. now has the shortest linn between Lexington and Louiavllle, is thn only line with double daily, limited vtstibuled nam orrvice FianUort ami Shell) ville aie the only points at which ihtee trains Mop. Arthur Schnirder, who killed his sweetheart ami his rival, was hung at New Orleans, Friday. Mie'-bvville lie By the Great Chester Dare. 1st dam DaUy by Wallace Denmark. 2d dam by Dick Elmore. 3d dam a lino huddle mare. Wallace is a dark brown, 15 hand high, foaled in lS'J'J. Has more stylo than any hore in this section. Was hucccss-fi- ll in many rings, both saddle and harness, last year. I ROYAL : KING, ' Full brother to Silver King nnd tbo great show marc, Allied. By On Time. 1st dam Molly .Mount, by Cabhcll' Lexington, Ac King it a light bay with somo white marln, 10 hands high, foaled in 1&V0. He it the best saddle stallion in Kentucky. Above horses will make the sramn of miles fiom Stanford 1M5 at my stable on Iltistntiville pike, 1 At $10 to Insure Living Not responsible for accidents. Oolts. JOB B. FARRIS. FENCOE. Rate record EAGLE BIRD. Tiik OwtAT Snow Stallion, toInsuro stake at Loxinpton, won second money In i500 stake at Versailles, winner of the aged premium and sweepstake at Paris, also winner of other iireiiihiins i:i ISlCt, since which time he has I ktii in the stud. Kiil'Io Mini Is a beautiful brown, with small star, standi over 10 hands, ha a now ing mane ami a ueavv tun Eagle Ilird was sired by King Eagle, winner of more than 40 blue ties. 1st dnm by Star Eagle, best son of 's Lexington 2d dam by Hamlet Domnntk, ton of Washington Denmark. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son of Miller's Denmaik. llird will innVi llu mnr.nn f lSllO at Iiih stablo 2 in ilex West of Stanford on the Shelby City pike at tho extremely low price of J.'iOO Cab-bell- "Winner of TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A UVINC.COLT Monev or ensh note will bo required Full 151 hands high, 5 jenrn ohl nnd lins proved a sure foal getter. Ho with when a living colt is obtained s EHglo Ilird is one of the greatest sired by W. L. Caldwcll'x Cilnnt, out of a in Kentucky, as his recortl in 1M.H1 good dam. He will stand ISa-- . ITT"' will attest. As a breeder of line, good colored, high styled colts bo is unsurAt $7 for MnrBH rtnd $1Q for Jonnota, passed. tcTliiBuro n, I.lvo Colt Marcs from a distance will bo furnished T. A. COULTEK.r grfss after May 1 at SI. 50 per month and Stanford, Ky must bo paid at tho removal of the mares. Caro will bo taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. Parting with or removal of mates forfeits tho insurance, show-horse- "" ENGLISPUNTER. B. P. WOODS. refunded. Price 35 cents per box. W. 11. McRoberts.drugglst. 1 For tale by " Air. Paris. ........C...... 8 30 400 J4 No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. TRAINS WEST. Lv C. 8. Depot-.Georgetown ' C. S. Depot Elkborn Stamping uround GeOrgetownB... 48 47 SOS 509 I'JO 148 a IS a 30 Those who have used Dr. King's New Dlscov cry know its value and those who have not. have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a tiial bottle free. Send your name toll. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as drugstore. All Free. well as a cony of Guide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at W. B. m ts' 8. Pari. C. ... - 9 05 B rt ? I " In many inCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. by taking 7 35 stances the attack may be prevented 3 813 this remedy as soon as the first symptoms of the disease appear. I 35 and 30 cent bottles for sale by Craig A Hock, SUNDAY TRAINS. er, Stanford, Ky. Leave Georgetown to to a. ro; arrive Frankfort a a is 00 a. mFrankfort 30 p. m. arrive Georgetown Jessamine fiscal court paid its 4 lave Tile Kentucky Midland "Railway and eonnec-tios- s jail physician 175, ita poor house physiICO. Tbe form the shortest and cheapest rout, to all cian f 50 and its clock-keepiau South, East, North and West,their agents. . workhouse keeper was instructed to proapply to for further information CD. BIRCAW6en. Paaa. Agent.. regulation penitentiary convict GEO. B. HARPER, R.c'r & Gen.Sup vide tbe garb for bia prisoners. Frankfort K Stamp'g Gro'd . " Elkborn Arr Frankfort A... i 00 10 10 10 8 10 46 a. m. p. m. 6 00 to 07 637 6 40 6 58 7 S a. m. 4 40 5 p. m. 6 40 7 27 jj ject to attacks ol bilious colic to learn that prompt relief may bo had by taking Cnamberlain'a Colic, It will be an agreeable surprise to persons sub- jo "The er A Heaven Sent Gift. There is in the office of the Merchants National Bank, of Kansas City, a fragment of a meteor which has a peculiar history. A farmer in Wertern Kansas had borrowed more money on his farm than he While found himself able to repay. meditating over his bad fortune, but, with tho usual energy of the Kansai farmer, still tilling his soil, he turned tip this meteoric stone, and examined it, but discovered nothing peculiar in its mako up nntil a rolative from tho East, who was Tisiting him, noticod it and told him it was of great vtslue. Tho farmer communicated with Pro feasor John Hay, Statu Geologist at Junction City, Kan,, who visited and confirmed the opinion of tin relative rod cauatd colloctors of such stones to compete for its purchais. It was sold for a sura largely in excess of the amount required to redoora his borne from the money trader. Combined bay stallion, 10 hands high; both hind ankles white. Sired by Aiidam.aii Mesbrnokr. First dam the William Lusk saddlo mnre, by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's This splendid jack will be permitted to Drcnnon, by Imp. Drennon; 2nd dam by servo mares nnd jennets the coming season at my farm near Shelby City at the Highlander. low price of Abdullah Messenger, siro of English Hunter, is by Messenger Chief, Biro of $6 aajlB10 to Insure Living Oolti EMPEROR No. 27. With lien retained until season is paid. Parting with mnro or Jennet forfeits insurance Emjieror is it Jet black with white points, 10 ham's high, weighs 1,150 lbs., years old and is standard bred and registered. Call and see him At $8 to Insuie A Living Oolt. aro largo ami tine, and his colts which Uns.lflshn.. I. S. TEVIS. Money due when colt is foaled or mnre Thoro nro three kinds of unselfishness parted with. that which springs from a sense of I will also stand duty, that which springs from n natural - i benevolence toward one's species, and The above fine black Jaca with sray points will that which springs from love. The first make the season ol i&go at my place, lb old y of theso is a conscious unselfishness; Helm farm, on the Msnlord and fchelby City the second is bo in a less degree; but the At f 5 to Insuro a Living Colt Sam isby piles, at of s one of Lylo's imported iscks nnd out third may be and very ofton is $7 toInBuro a Colt 4 Months Old, of itself altogether. None the Dollio Woods, sho by Tully's Warrior and of an imported jonnct. Sam is 14 lohn K. Is years old, 13 hands high less it needs to bo dragged into the light out Is a spl.i.dlo Individual. Don't trttd till jou acd him. is as high nnd just ste now and tiwn, and carefully examined, handsothor words ho as thick as ho high, is just big lying or in '.est it too, beautiful though it is, should down as ho is standing up. Sam's mules ,.l.!itnville' ','.' b" P'oy" himself lo be a splendid breeder of Ursa colts, as degenerate then and Uiere into soroat when matured measure from 15 to 16 Mr. JJaughoian'a will show. sevcal of his at tea- Mares kept Kt 'n? rot vrrj far removed from ita bands higii.i Little jack, littlo pay but a but not mponsibiolhouM a'n'VoVcuJ. !... B. F. POWELL. I ' big mule. FitD y- - BiSlfOP,S,.ntord, Ky. . w Maud Messenger, 2:101. I will stand English Hunter tbo season of 1800 at my stablo 3 miles from Shelby City on the Knob Lick and Turnersvillc piko V?. SAM SMALL JOHN K. Her-ve- uncon-felon- -' 1 """" vn ' mmtmmem sum text: llilVsiW iaiMllJiftlluSll w ...,., V . .,; u JL ' mi-Wel- kli InteriohJouriie Ky-- , Silks for waists at Shanks'. Ready-made shirt waista at Shanks'. & Stanfokd, G. C. - Apjul 1-- 18(J6 Flowkfi Pots all Bizes at Warren Shanks' Model Grocery. Auetion Postponed. Z Walton, Business Manager. G. L. Pen- Uaiidex Seeds in bulk and papers at Warren & Shanks' Model Grocery. have arrived. Dankp, Watch for now (Into for our jewelry auction. It will pay you. ny, exor. PERSUNAi Mim. Mkm. On account of the illness of our auctioneer we have been compelled auction sale of Jewelry till the Nkw bolt buckles, shirt waist sets, etc. to postpone our the jeweler. 1300 POINTS. Fotm Lincoln county bonds of each for sale. Apply at this oflice. Latter Part Of April. Executor. Danville, Kentucky. OUR GREATMDSEASQN SALE - OF - DRESS GOODS. -- Wc regret to acknowledge that the long spell of continued bad weather in March has interfcrred with our sales of Dress Goods. Now wc find wc have too many. They must be sold. To do this, and to do it quick, and get an advertisement out of it, (that is all wc will get wc have selected about S500 worth of our newest Dress Goods in various grades and will ofTer these at very low prices. Wc have divided them into four lots, at 15, 29, $7 and 59c and each piece is worth nearly double these prices. 15c Per Yard. All wool novelty Dress Goods, 34 inch in 10 new styles. These we have been selling at 25c and they were then under anybody else's price, so you can judge how cheap they are at 15c per yard. 29e Per Yard. pieces of novelty goods, in silk and wool and imported, all wool goods, both 38 inches wide, and would be considered cheap anywhere at 50c. At this price wc have 12 37 choice stuffs for S3- l-- 2e Per Yard. A beautiful line of entire novelties in new mixtures, full 40 inches wide, both all wool and silk and wool. Also a line of small checks in pure wool newest colors and patterns. Think of a full dress of these 59c Per Yard. Last and best of all about 15 pieces of newest ideas of the season, 4S inch genuine Scotland made cheviots now so mucli used for separate skirts, instead of black, and for tailor suits. Also other novelty Dress Goods. The cheapest price was 85c yard and range from that on up to Si 25 yard and nowyou'get choice for 59c a yard. 59c ifiejir, tztzd-Su- n Umbrellas. Paragon framed, special "Drive" in Wc have on sale fancy, Dresden, Pearl, Horn, Crystal, twilled silk umbrellas, with Black and natural wood handles at 26-inch $1 EHCH; PRICE WHS $1.75. Parasols. Ladies white China silk Parasols S1.25; same with wide ruffle $1.50; with deep chiffon ruffle only $2 white silk with Dresden border only $2; Child's, all silk with rufile, at S5C, made to sell at $1.50. Finer Parasols up to $$. Summer Underwear. Wc can sell you better goods for the same price than anybody. Wc offer fair quality vests at 5c, at 10c full bleached vests, in full sizes with tapes in neck and arms. .Fine Lisle thread vests with silk taped neck and arms at 25c. Pure silk vests for 50c. Summer union suits at 50 and 75c. Knee Length Drawers at 25 and size 50c. Long sleeve Summer vests at 25 and 50. Extra large vests at 15, 25 and 50c. iur rf-- - fy&fffi&c SLjrs w er m jhb S fssmm Kentucky. Danville, t .n Qahdkn Hoes, lUkes, Spading Shovels, Due Notice of the Date Will be Given. ' J. C McClary Is quite eiek. HoHTON wtmt to Lexiuxton &c, at Warren A Shanks' Model GroN..I. cery. Friday. Mit M.S. McMitiMN, of Uickcastlt , Piiof. Jambs P.Tatr, of Nashville, dewas here yesterday. livered a temperance lecture at the court Mkh It. 8. Lytlk is spending the week house last night. Imwith her husband in Louisville. IiAMituito from one half inch to eight Mils. W. M. Muni'iiv was BUlliciently inches wide and from three centa to (Wc well enough to tako a drive Friday. yjrd at Shanks'. Mkh. Mahy McKkk, of Danville, spent several days with Mrs. H. 0. Warrer. Skb our ladies' mid gentlemen's tan In the line oJ Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Waltkii W. Sau.ndeks, of Livingston, slippers and shoes. They are beauties Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and sptntSunday with Ids friends here. H.J. McRoberta. Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and sec I)n. I). K PnoCTOR, of Iouisville, was To clean out our stock of cutlery we here yesterday mingling with old friends will Bell razor?, knives and scissors at Miss Katk Cook went to Lawrence-burcost. Craig A Hocker. Friday to attend a leap year party. Mn Max Samnokk, of Louisville, was Plenty extra quality chicken feed od up with the Louisville Store boys yester- hand. Lay in your supply before it Ib all Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one day. gone. J. II. Baughman A Co. of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central KenIUv. J. T. Siiahhmui took his wife ovYou can go to Cincinnati next Sunday tucky. er to Gynthiana last week to visit her from Junction City for 11 to see the ball parents. M11. J. T.Cooke, tho saraaparilla man( game. See particulars on extra page.) .,. ...... , ... . was here yesterduv and reports his trade Persons desiring tobaccco prized or ro I Have Purchashed the Entire Stock of booming handled should see It. D. Rowland, of Mit. L H. GiVKSs.of Harrodsburg, Iifb Huston vile, who makea aspecialty of it been " a visit to his mother, Mrs. S. W.Gi'ens. We aro selling ready mixed paint at Mil W. L. Witiikiis returned from $1.10, former price il.CO. Full weight Libei ty sick and ban been confined to and measuro guaranteed. Craig A Hockroom since. er. .Mn. IIkioinb Kki.u.y, of Clay Centre, &c, &c, from Hughes & Tate and will Close Out every thing in Ik you are hunting for hamburg, hatp, Kansas, is visiting his old friends on the stock at first cost without carriage. I invite all who appreciate fair hose, handkerchiefs, henrietta or a hun Hanging Fork things go to dealing, courteous treatment and good goods at the lowest possible Mas. II. M. Bai.i.ou, of Lancaster, dred other handsome prices to call and assist in closing out. Every thing will be sold for spent smvral daya with her parents, Col. Shanks'. and Mis. II. W. Gaines. Bituminous and Cannel Coal mixed Cash or Country Produce at the highest market price. The services MifsS-t'H ut and Mr. Jack Hont for Cooking Purposes cheaper than of G. B. Cooper and C. E. Tate have been secured asjsalesmen, with spent a couple of days with tho family of cheap. Also the celebrated Bird Eye my personal supervision. Mr Joe HurnBide in Gwrrard, nut. J. H. Baughman A Co. Mit. 0. 0. McClviik, of Paint Lick, M11.LINEIIY, I now have my stock of was here Saturday to see his wife, who is millinery open and will be glad to have a patiout at Joseph Price Hospital. Mn. J. M. Thompson, one of Laurel the ladies of Ilustonvillo and vicinity to countv b oi! tninnrs. was uere 10 see nio call and see it. Mies Mac F. Logan, litis (onville. agents, Messrs. Noel A Son, Friday. Mbhaiib J. N. Saunders and E W. When at Hustonville stop at the Smith went to Springfield Saturday to Weatherford Hotel. Mrs. D. S. Carpenassist in conferring Mafonic degrees. ter has taken chargo and is making it the You will want new It H. Gkntby speut Sunday at home. bpst hotel in tho State. Remember the He has been transferred from Murphy's place Weatherford Hotel. to Wiley Soarcoy's distillery in Anderson. Ann cut oiT. Everybody who knows Thomas II. Shanks, who came over to seo how tiis brother looked as a married big hearted Will Kue, and everybody man, returned to Kentucky University who ever attended a fair in this section does, will learn with sorrow that owing Sunday. Mn J. B Owens returned from Bow- to threatened blood poisoning resulting ling Green Saturday, where he sold out from an abscess on his hand, he has had We are showing a splendid line of New Pat his hotel business to a Kuesellville man to have his left arm amputated nearly to tho elbow. He stood the operation well terns in the very best ingrains. The colors are strictly fast and they for $2,250. are pure wool. Mifh Mollis Harmon, who was badly and will doubtless recover, but the mishurt in a runaway near McKinney a fortune will rob the fair tracks of the "We have Beautiful Line of mouth ago, was hero last week almost best and most graceful rider and driver of fU'dUE this part of the country. A fair without well auaiu. of East Uernstadr, Will Rue in the ring with a fine one Sami'kl L. down Saturday to tell his parents, wont look natural and will not bo as succamt) Mr and Mrs. J. I). Bustin, that he had a cessful as when he sat in tho saddle or held the ribbons in a hotly contested now girl at his Iioufo. Curtain Swisses, with White and Colored Mit. Louis Lmuiam, of tho Lancaster ring. We sincerely hope that he will Record, was here, yesterday, and reports soon bo out again. Dots. We have a splendid stock of win- that lie is prospering. He certainly de dow shades. If you haven't.one to fit your window we will make it Hrmakkaiilk. In a letter from Corbin selves it, if merit and cleverness couut Mr. T. M. Whito tellH us of a remarkable for you any length, any width. Look at our Matting before buying. for anything. old gentleman from Knox county that he Remember we will sell these goods only on their merits Mattiikw Leach, who baa been here recently met, the Rev. Andrew Patrick. for romo time under treatment of I)r He is 01 and his wife 87 and they have V. B O'Biuinon for chronic Btomach been married 72 years. They had 115 trouble, returned to his home near I'luldren, 11 of whom are living, 100 Wsyneshurg Friday much improved. urand, 200 great grand and 31 great, great Mn. and Mns W. 0. Shanks wern grand children. Tho old man had walkgiven a delightful tea by Mr. and Will ed to town, a distance of four miles the Severance Friday evening. Tho others morning Mr. White saw him, which present were Mitses Anne and Fannie walk he frequently taken. Hois cutting Shanks and Meters. T. H.Knankeuud V. a new set of teeth now Bnd getting SflLn S. Einliry. wr K a m. irzraiiLJ rendy for another century of life. Hie Mr TOWflfc n j Tl4t Miss Anna Menifee, wtio has been )ZLKLZ - 1M c r wife had a fall not long since and broke i rk jMZfjcJ&:vj )ifizELiimii fMla& attending pchool in Chicago, has been in ia getting well. H3V. her collar bone, but aw had health for some time and yesterday Patn'ck lies been a Baptist preacher for Red Valentine, First and Best, she telegraphed her father, Mr. J. J. 70 years and has been a wheel horse in Black Wax, Extra Early, Menefee, that alio would arrive home on his day. Golden Wax, Maud S , last night's train. A note from Dr. N. II. McKinney at Atthk Collkge. A large crowd atEarly Six Weeks, McLean's Little Gem the Chicago College of Dental Surgery, tended the musical and literary enterCut Short, Champion of England, Chicago, sajB that Iih will remain there tainment at the college Friday afternoon London Horticultural.. Large Wliite Marrowfat. for tho Spring and Summer courec. The and spent an hour aud a half both pleascommencement occurred last week when antly and profitably. Tho exercises open White Crease Back, ed with a chorus, after which little Lu there vs era 111) graduates. Bunch Butter Beans, Miss Mahy Sandifer, daughter of J. cile Cooper very ceditably rendered a Pumpkin Seed, Stick Butter Beans, P. Sandifer, who lias been in Louisville difficult piece on the piano. Miss Kmy-len- o Onion Sets, Adams Early Corn, several weeks uuder the care ot nn ocu Alexander then sweetly sang and Monday. Tho was followed by Mattie Menefee, who Mixed Sweet Peas. Old Colony Corn. list, returned home last sight of oneeje has been restored and recited in a pleasing manner, "EiBter Northern Seed Potato stock better and cheaper than ever before. the other is very rapidly improving. Bells." Little Misses Laura Hill, Madie Mlddlesboro Herald. Helm, Etta Belle Cloyd and Pattie Al- Come and get fust pick. Col. WillOwslby, of Gilbert's Cre?k, corn showed themselves to be experts at was hero onMonday with a face full of the piano, while the chorus of 13 whisk ers. and a handshake for his little tots evinced much natural ability countless friends. He says John Sam and careful training, The "Country Owsley will carry the district with a School," in which Kate Walton Waters whoop, and we do know Bill can help played tho role of school marm and Rohim doit. Richmond Register. berta O'Bannon, the thoughtless atu.lea , -littlu Mies FannikShankb returned Friday was very amusing. Tho other from a live months visit to relativeH and ladies that took part aro also deserving friends iu St. Joseph and Kansas City, of much praise. Tho vocal eolo "Cal-tarIs Receiving hfs by Mias Adele Sauiley wag greatly Mo, every moment of which she says was delightful. Her looks inuicate that onjoyed and alio was vociferously "Sing, Smilo and Slumhor," she baa boen well taken care of, having gained several pounds in avoirdupois and was Mies Cowen'a vocal selection and Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. several points in pulchritude. by Mr. B. II. Danka on the violin, it wbb a musical gem indeed. A panto THE HI.UK GKASS HERD K MTY AND VICINITY. mine, in which Misses Murphy, Jones, X3COGS. Biuck and sand for sale. J. B. Hig- - Carponter, Ballou, Cooley, Pence, Lynn, ZhZV& " New land and Mershon took part was the Stanford. were selected from tn bostherdt gina, My Breeder last on the program and was one of the of this famous breed of swine in several different that is Btylisa in Spring most enjoyable features of it. Misses States. A splendid lot ol pigs of diUerent a?e Eveiutm.nh for sale, tired tows a iptxislty. Satisfaction bats at Shanks'. Lena Bruce, Kathleen Grinstead and guaranteed. Coiretpondence solicited. Address BHONAUGH, were the ushers and they Tiikeb house and lota in Stanford for Hettle Wearen Crab Orchard, Ky. admirably. did their work Bale. Apply to W. A. Tribble. G. L. PENNY, The Way lo Get What You Need to prove Your House g A. E. GIBBONS, . . ,M m "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, m m W. P. TATE, Stanford, Ky. m H USE mam time. 'JlNx Carpets and Lace Curtains, Shades, Poles, Rugs. furnishings) Ba-tin- , LA(G(LlRCAin$ SEVERANCE & SON. 7 3iflA . Garden Seed in Bulk, $grr Bi m V m Jf W HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H. G. BUPLEY, -- THE 1ERGHANT TAILOR r ? y" od. ed gPllMMCi AMBSUMMHSB R3SD 1 1 R. K. f. ; gs js. - ts hii . ;tti riww wa&tw,MU K ii . '"M ' 'ihv.' y.iixn-- K minima. ggpBsassWxWwMWesW "r 6 Semi-Week- ly ; ! X ; ? explosion of giant powder in a Slontana l'rcpnreil. mine. "No," anid the snvnge King, "tho pco-pl- o T. P. White, a retired millionaire of of my tribe will notnrbitruto. They As Administrator of Jane Harrow, deed I sell at fttffe public auc'ion on Louisville, fell out of his window and wnnt blood." The emoy smiled. en tho was killed. Keep you Hud 18, 1896, Dudderar. J I.ye Dawson,!ra te Fence See Cobb. It Itrlght, It. "In that case," hdsaitl Tbo Abyssinian Negus is accused of Kd Carter, Chancrlb r and other, who have us On the farm iH milta from Stanford on the LanAnd ho opened Ids grlpruidconHtlont-IG A. PEYTON, Htanf rd, Ky ed It. having cut oil the legs of 1,000 Lallan cousiitlng of pikr, her Aent for Llnroln unty. cxtrnctal a bottle of hoof, iron and caster good Milkpersonal properly,nood Cider Mill, 95, jm Cow and Call, i One prisoners. wine. N. Y. World. of Ice Wagon, all Household and Kitchen Fur Minister Willis has sailed from Honntture and farming Implements Will also rent about vj actes said faim, IncludA Mmlctit olulu for San Francisco on his way to ing home, garden, orchard and grass, until Dec. "How's the going?" called tho man In tt, 1896. F. B. BILBY. Proprlotor, Kentucky. tho red mittens, us, through tho All sums under Jio, cash over that amount on a - - - Kontuoky. $300. Louisville seems to havo a ball club NoTtc. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur- tho driver of tho Wuybnolc mall credit of 60 daysInwith Interest Irom date, negotia-be London. ble and payable either of StanlorJ Hanks, to City, nor on Sunday. day of the Faulconor & this time. It defeated tho Indianapolis ciuno struggling into town. On the last her than Junction arranged btforo properly is removed . r have moved to my new Hotel and run bettse Ruesaloa pair of handsoiuo hays sold team Sunday 4 to 1. T J llUt.ll.Admr. "Dunno," answered tho tlrhcr. "I than ever to accommodate the public ood Livrry attached and avary convenience dl for 500. Bella Stevens, a high kicker, fell haven't gone yet but," ho added In a irad. Give m. a call, Louis Waltz bought a Rood saddle while playing her role at Fostoria, O., burst of frankness, "tho coming Is FKANK K1LKY. j; Intnl." N. V. Recorder. horse from a colored man the other day and broke three ribs. for $50. Thomas Haines, of Ashland, shot to The I'urtlnu--. "W. In Farm -- F. M. Waro is in the wool trade again scare what he thought was a burglar and " Tarcwelll Farewell!" ho crlen In pain, county, No. I contains S)l acreswhich Wtshlngtcn Is in crasi, Ky , the greater part of Ills nrms enfold her tight; includwell watered, with good improvcm.nts, this season. See him before selling and fatally wounded his 15 year old son. Ilia kisses fall like uutumn rain ing new metal roof tobacco bam fjr 10 acre crop. Upon her forchonil wlilto; make money. Graham, of Avondale, This larm Is situated In what is pronounced the Postmaster Mte Hurley To Ho knows he'll sen her not again best district In Kentucky for inspeo A, G. Huffman had a Qne mare to O , took poison when h v7K)4mw jbmHt !f I accu. Comfortable, resldenco houie. night. Until die Saturday. She was in foal to S. H. tor found out he was $300 short in money -- Titbits. acres In same locality, Farm No. a contains 100 Large slock and tobacco with brick dwelling Raughinan's Concrenan. a mvriNCTiox. order funds. barns. One of the best Improved farms in lbs OcntlHt, : : Ky. of Fairmount, III., M. S. & J. W. Baugbman bought at county. F'ank Hopkins, the Faulconer & Ruo's salo a harness fell down the steps of a Baptist church in fine state ef preseivatlon, well Office on Msln Street, Opposite the Both farms are watered ond fenced CUeto K. It. deol, schools, mare and gelding for $107 50, in that city and received injuries from market and on a fine turnpike. Newton Smith has bought of D. SI. which he died I I K0"nf0,nU,K,U,,,p,7tj.N. SAUNDERS, Bowman, Sr., 80 acres of the latter's farm Stanford, Ky, Near Huntington, W. Va., Marion 10 near Burgin, at $S0. Sayings. Tudor fatally stabbed Charles Forshee Splendid and well selected Ine of will be on tho market again this with a pitchfork. They had quarreled I A Sew Cress Haling IslaSlishm.nl, VL Buggies, Oarriagc3 and Phaetons, year and will pay vou tho highest price over a cattle trade. Absolutely Puro.i W.PA for your wool. Wm. Moreland. Eighty convicts in the penitentiary Surrojs, Buckboards, In the French Having; completed my course oiler Tailoring System ol Cutting and Kitting I am in the wool trade and will pay at Frankfort are down with tho measles And the like aUr, on hand TA Vat Call in and look at A cream of tartar baking pow- tho highest market price. See mo before my services to them and get my Utt entire prison has been f der. Highest of all in leavening you sell, it will be to your advantage. I. and almost the b. CAKI'KVTKll, Gaelics jvhm vvk a sfvz.i!:f' turned into a hospital. Huilenvllle, Ky. strength. Latest United States M. Bruce. WMS VJ'lr Si ft And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please Hopkins, of Perry county, Frank I will he found In the rear my work them with Government Food Report. New York farmers are selling pota- fatally shot his half brother when he of Mrs Kale Dudderar'a Millinery Sttre and will be glad to wait on those wishing werk in my line BAKING POWDER CO., toes for eight cents a bushel or burning returned home at a lata hour and found ROYAL MRS. WM OEKK. Stanford. If 106 Wall Street, New York. crops because they can't sell them him in bed with his wifo. their .........Proprietors of..... at any price. ikh. mi's Thomas Franks, of Brazil, Ind., is Alice Did you say hex house Is rich- lARROU IIAILKV. Lyon & Allen bought of James Sheaf wanted for throwing hot water in his ly furnished? M'A.S'KOHD, KV. cS. er, of Madison, 12 1)00 pound cattio at 3c Clara 1 said It wtus furnished at BAILE-Yface, becauso she called s Havlog bought ef P W. Green his great expense. Brooklyn Life. and sold them to Hon. John Sam Owsley him a I.vrr thing."-Proprietors and addtd new buggies aad burse., we are prepared to furnish yesterday at 3.30. ... .Call on Mrs. Susan Steele, widow of Richard Kl'lIuitfU I.OVIN Baughman Bros , of Boyle, bought Steele, filed suit at Winchester, against Mrs. Denhnm iMi't UiLs a loc of n FIRST-CLAS- S Mrs. L. A. Brady, TURNOUTS STANrOKD, KV bonnet that I bought this morning? of Sidney Dunbar his saddle stallion, the O. & O. for $10,000 damages on acMiss MollieWare. On short notice The travelioif public will And Uenham How much did It coat? llorir handled under Ssddle and In liarutss. us alwaye ready and willing to luraish Drumooms over M. P. Elmore's store. Stanford, Ky. Morgan Denmark, by On Time, for $200. count of the death of her husband. t Mrs. lion bum Only $30, dear. andproparcd lor sale tn.ilitrrt ami mers' Wagons, either single or douUe, or CarnThe Queen City Jockey Club's open-inThe tobacco growers of Central Ken and sold on addlirs Bcnhnm Your lot o will be returned. hall mile boughtand best stables eommtssiun Good ages of ail kinds al very LOW PRICKS. The In the country. 8 at its new Newport track wqb moot tucky resolved to form a track boys in and around Uwn will alio find us the poo. N. Y. World. pie te deal with. Stop with us when In l.wnal auspicious. Five thousand people were stock company, with $100,000 capital, to courts and entertainments sod sour herse aad ve. Too Ilom-.t- . hide will be well cared for. present and witnessed some good sport. organize a warehouse at Lexington. "By Jove! I loft my jKxjketbook un! a COOPER c Lost. Two large black bows, weigh colored, who wav Myars House Stable, Manfard, Ky 7 Reddick Adams, decid. der my pillow!" ON IMPROVED FAIIMS The ladies of "Stanford and vicinity hare buying 250 each, tip off end of ear, been gone laid and killed Mr. R. T. Ren.'roe, at od to help their husbands save money by "Oh, well, your servant Is honest, their hat and bonneti of Mrs. Kate Dudderar two weeks. One forward with pig. Any Seale. Ala . last November, was taken In Lincoln county, Ky , at e. per cent , scmi-aSaturday and isn't she?" this season. Come in Friday and no commission charged. Arfdrtss nual information to their whereabouts will from jail Sunday and hanged by a mob. "Thnt'8 just W DAW, Kom 17, Kenyon llwilding, tako itrlght up (KO.Interest: receive liberal rewnrd. E. T. Pence. won at Elkton to my wife!" Philadelphia IVlegmm. Iui.ville. Ky. For blank applicauens and fur The prohibitionists thcr Information, lBUire ol J N. bauudrrs, AtIlememlri we are the esclutive agects for Ihe We have one of the handsomest lines of Millinery The great stock buyer Armour says: hv a maioritv of 77. The election was torney, btartlord, Ky. celebrated Ilia Night Cup ever brought to this place. Do not forget the 'I believe that wheat will sell at SI a called by the liquor people and the reDress Making Try the Tailor System. Husband (to Ids wife, who Is going Falla Branch Jellico Goal, m n niminmR bushel, or near that figure, soon. It sult is in the nature of a huge surprise. off on a journey) And then, Emily, bo SPRING, I89G. Manager. KATE DUDDERAR, Also that it will b 19 the interest of everybody ought to sell there on its merits, and will A Michigan man, who had mado an pu (juou ua iw hvnti mo a curiam icoturo Uicall and see our clean Dgmesilr Nut Prices I shall brollv BlUB-UPsfLS- S unless something unforeseen occurs. I unsuccessful attempt to assassinate a from tln.o to time. NUrSGriBS. mines, the sery lowestableWe pay Ihe cash atCXaf. COOK J W McGlMMS. the J. W. therefore are la sell at the lowest n charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. believe that all other products will be price, Come and see j prominent citizen, killed his wife and manage to got to sleep without, you Good Coal malcsrcl ashes, ne cinders. Know. iiiimorlsUclui iilucttor. All kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, helped. three children and then committed suirallsUrsnchijcts. Falls llranch Nut hhrubi, timatl Fruits, Asparagus, (.rape Vines, In THOMAS Y. dian Mouoiiib Jellico Nut litis (North ic: &c. No agents. Iiuy direct aid save m&ncy Forty horses, mostly roadsters, were cide. Ho Wu Oh.ertiint. Jellicc and general catalogues on .ppllcation Lump 11. these prices are Ur Coal delivered Woman of tho World (to youthful ad- titrawberrr ol I at the Faulconer & Rue Bale for an DANVILLE, KY., tor Coal at our house charges are one cent less. H. V HILLKNMEYKK, to There has been talk for a long time Ky average of about $130. The best sale was of a ship canal through the dismal mirer) You boom to known great deal Telephone 179, NOEL A HON. and Dealer in All Kinds Builder Pence, brown stallion, 11 years old, re swamn. The contract for the construc- - about married life. Are you married? of Carriages. Youthful Admirer (with a blase air) cord 2:24, by Rienzi, dam by Almont tion has been let at last. It will be 22 Repal-ina Socially. Work dne and warrant-.iNo but my father Isl :. All work dore when Forest, to Thomas A. Coulter, of Stan ..M.firticTi. Co miles long & All accounts due. when work Is depremised Sure Inillcntlon. go ford, for 525. Your patronage solicited. Unless the contractors accept the livered "Those photographs must flatter Or STANIORD, KV., A good crowd attended court bore ultimatum Kentucky. of the commissioners the IsBowfully.org.olied and resdy lor business with yesterday, but there was not much busi- chair factory in the prison will be cloceu her." "Why?" work In ness transacted among tho cattle and down and the State will have a lot of idle Guarantee : JT. s "She's ordered another dozen from lar. Prices reasonable. Has bad 13every particu- Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. years' cipe. stock dealers. Morris Farris bought a convicts on hand. tho same negative." Chicago Record. riencc. ot jm Surplus, . 20,000. hunch of 800 lb. cattle at 3c and a better Returns from the Arkansas county TI10 I'lR'a Iciiuruiin-- . SUCCESSOR to TUB LINCOLN NATIONAL 2c stuff waa at Dan W. Tho plsr In the pen UANK OK STANFORD, HUSTONV1LLE, KENTUCKY. lot 2Ac.2.35 Butcherand mules dull atnot primaries indicate that Col. governor, we.e Plug horee la not u wu re at nil ti Jones, free silver candidate for Now closing up) with Ihe same assets and under o the people of West Linhis aerrices That his touch skin Is touch because Law,) the same management. Attornoy will be an eBsy winner in the State dem ed" in Casey Countlss. Full stock of Coffins in demand at any price. It makus the boat football. Uy provisions of its chatter, depositors axe as on hand. The peach growers on Muldraugh's ocratic convention. and Caskets always Manager. fully protected aa aio depositors in NaUonal - Truth. 95 D. S. Carpenter, Banks, iu shareholders leiog held individually Hill are feeling quite confident of an Dick Richards, one of the most wideliaole to the enent ol the amount of their stock A man's health is ihe mpe by which ho climbs OIHceon Lancaster Mrttet, oppotlle the Court call on theroin at the par value crop this season as the danger ly known gamblers in the South, took an totucccss. Ifh cn keep his health, he will co House Collections addiliou receive especial attention US amount invested in suchtliereol, iu Ii may to the shares. act et his health Is the very thins he period is almost if not entirely passed. overdose of mornhine at New Orleans ou to succes .. eiecutor, administrator. trustM. Ac. .. full, u neglects m re than anything; e!r It ia eatier to so individual. The crop this year will be the largest and was a corpse when found. Mo had keip healtrY than Ii 1. to regain It When a man THE HUSTLING INSLRANCU MAN, lo those who entrusted Iheir bulaincss to us leels himself running I'own, wb.ii he realties a1 while mnaglni; the Lincoln Xalienal Daak ol STANFORD, KY., ever known a many younc orchards been losing heavily. loss of vitality and energy, re mutt call a halt., btanlord, we w here tender our many thanks and Dr parting trust they will continue to transact Iheir butmest In her effort to keep her baby from The strands ol hn roie re Ditcevorvrapidly helped ' Pockat Key Checks by Mall for only is Cents. will come into full bearing this season. Golden Medical lias Tor iBRage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Elizabethtown News guarantee for n ...... with us, olln lug 11 atwenty years' prompt catching cold while she waa taking it to inousauus 01 meet juii iu mi coudiiion It inakm iifl .H..h.. !.. ri.i ut..ki nei. Key to same, our alt Vluda, ltades, Doj License Checkt genexperience nnaes JUuPresent indications are that the town to havo its picture taken, Mrs. Jas. neann, and VIII.pure run h'otil, it forces out 1m-7 al Life Insurance (.0, ef Detroit .MUn . can banking andas liberalanvmmodations as are ia Chains, Ac Stamping on Metal and 1, .i,.,', mak nuritir. ' atore, ot fnsur lvith sound banking. eral wpainns. Shopoer M. D. Elmou-'if. jou all the moat coming Kentucky Derby will bo the Orookaton, living near New York, smotL dvaneri?. S Stanford, Ky. 32J... ,hl " "presents the old 'reliable Central Ky greatest race ever witnessed at OhurchiM ered tho little thing to death. Dlico?! be UMKiKiriroouJi MellRil hie dial Tob"co loWarehouse of Louisville. J"1" , and will J J. Williams, ML DIHKCTOKS! eVy" ,,1,e a llb"' thl,v of V.ruoa; lure?. F1'1 Nine wi "curMl P"nK. . II. Shanks, Stanford; Doah". There will bo at least a dczen Gov. Bradley has pardoned another starters, with the following euro to go to cowardly A. P. A. pistol toter and again ilkll. LIUIC U.U J.S. Ow.ley, Staalerd; Scud at one cent stamps t) ccver le cost of menta nudn on consicnmeats. belli in thn waro S J. Enibry, Stanford; I will houie aud V1VIJ tho post, barring accident: Ben Brush, brought censure upon himself. Jndco ruailing only a. 0 receive fre.. n ri.ni. nf fir court day country wantuitr "" at J F. BARKER, Proprietor, hogshruds, priaes or Paitiea 1'icn.o's Medual J. H Owsley, Stanford; Ulyssep, First Mate, Semper Thompson, of Louisville, beforo whom pensary Medicil Ai'vit a IonA.i.ire.. wJrie-- Ii,. 'money should address mo at Paint Lick. Ky. Runiro, H.fflin . v J.JF Casa, Stanford; - no' (o 6m VtQmpX Mtenton guaranteed Ejo, Byron McClelland or Parody, Ben the fellow was tried, is very indignant, William UoochSlanlerd; Day. Rates TWO QOLLAUS Per KJer, Rdwarder, Loki, The Dragon, and sayp; "There is no ubo in trying A. W. Carpenter, Mtlledttoville, DX-TSI TISCEJ W.'ll. Cumsuins, Preachers ilia throughout. Large Yorktown, The Wlnuer, Good Advice, people when the State's chief executive Rnuodeled and refuraUheu S. Il.;iihanks, Prixidvut, kiiO Commodious Sample Rooms. Zufallig and Decide. Tho case I am bic lnm U? c its ltn . veryihlni that refuseH to uphold tho law. Hauls and office connected hy Electric Bells Oi.'J. U. Ows.'cyCashier, R. II. Bronaugh was on Sunday's anainst Burnett was the most aggrevat-e- J fi new and piell in ihe Millinery line. A visit Furniture Stained and Varnished 47 W M Ilrighi, Teller. Frj.pt and polite service to guests. to my store vvt.l costviHb. yu thrft this stock la train returntug from Lexington, where at the ono that has ever been tried in this thJ most cemplele . Elegant lit i.n.-arxl Embroidery Material. he has two 3 and two STANFORD olds in the court." PRICKS. VERY vi'SSLttCIK MnALKY, hands of flume Desha for training. He and denied that on Fr; NATIONAL BANK Slanford, Kr FEMALE : COLLEGE. says that Kitty B, that won the f race at day It is stated Cleveland sent a dinpiUch Penny's Drup Leave Orders at President OF STANFORD, KV. Louisville last year, went a half Satur- to Madrid, couched in courteous diploSTANFORD, KY. Store. day with 110 pounds up in 48 His two- - matic phrasecbgy, but plainly giving Vincunt Gkhk, Stanford. Capital Stock- - SIOO.OQO 5 WILLIAM SHELrO-V- , President. year old, Kathio May, a full sistor of the Spanish government to understand ..:::...:::;;:...!L MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Kitty B, did a quarter in 23 All are that Spain can well nflord to come to San Francisco. Atteoiion of the nnhllr i. .... j . ... .. Portland. Pesidicg Teacher in tho looking well and will doubtless be heard Miss Kmma L. Maln, iVa,i,h,.V ,h0 on.l' N'1"' ..To tte torms peaceably about Cuba. The disk in Stanford StudTliall; provisions of the National Hank Ac- from at the coming Lexington meet. patch reminds Spain of certain unkept depontors are secured not only by the Hiss Mary Cowen, Pnncipil ot the Music cacltal Tub Hoksk Show The decadence nromisea rcirardini Cuba made by the :;:.'n.v:...i ." ...v,?"Tu"n ,.. --. to slock. , .:..:i"t- - . ' ;i'y"'.s or. .......Via Tlm. in. ,i. Principal of the Depart- in tho borsa industry was plainly shown Spanish government during theadminis Mtss Mary I. Harris, ments ol Art and Elocution. Five aworrt statements of thocondition of b'aok yesterday, when only eight horses ap- tration of President O rant. areuiadeeachjcartoihc Umud States the govern, pent and its assets are caamincd at svaiedtttnM Session will'.Begin Wednes- peared in the show that sometimes drew Next bygovernuent agents, thus secunnj a together more than half a hundred. J. "iiui.a and perfect safety to diiutum. day, January 22. i nis institution, onirmal v establl.h.,1 .. the K. Ritighmau exhibited his fine trotting KkL9"A Deposit Uank of Stanford in iajgp tlcIJ PUBLIC SALE OF . 4ifcr terms, &c, send for Circular or call aj the bred Nabotb; T. A. Coulter showed tho ..u .. .no .iRuonai nauic ol Stanford in iS6e and College. ht AtaAhf i trllUCO fir speedy Pence; Madioon Sandidge & Son buntord iu iMj, has had practically an umniee. rupted existence of ta years, It la litteTr J. W. Haughmah. had out their flue saddler, Gilt Edge; Bacchman. Only Dimue Car Route From U.S. Bro.-).of Boyle, showed MorBaughman honorable career. Accounts of corporations gan Denmark; J. E. Farris bis combined J. ffl. fldu. cUes, firm, and Individual, r.spVctfuUy '.ollc I will sell at public auction on the distlileiy Wallace Dare; 13. P. Woods had Eagle ot liamm v summer, near Kreiger, raoraiEfORs The Directory ot this Rank is composed ol Bird looking beautiful and Eleeb; J. B, .incoln county, Ky , on Forestua Held, Lincoln county; You should secjour Elegant Pullman Vcstibulrd SALE Williams Silver Bird ami J, A. Dudderar S.T. Harris, Lincoln; Sleepers of Modern Pattern. exercised his flue saddler, Charley J. II. Collioi, Lincoln; 15, BUCTTfi.TT.E CHTJE,XT For maps or any information, address J.W. Hayden, Stanford; All the horsos were looking well At a o'clock, P. M., E. H. UACO.N S. H. Haughman.1 Lincoln; J. REID, - - Kentucky. and tho show as usual drew a large Thirty days trial on every one. FRANK Agent, D. P. A , G. P. J. S.llocker, Stanford; Louisville unicago crowd. Five Packages of Apple Brandy, .Satisfaction guaranteed. W. A. Trlbblo, SUuford; Fon Salk. 2,000 locust posta. Wil liam Dawes. Fabllshod Every Tuosday and Friday Joaeph Coll'ey bought a few heifers AT JJXJ PICK. YJHl.ll IK JVJD VjVNOK at 12 to $15. James Cash sold to Lyon & Allen WWhen not .opaid S2.60 will be chirped." three cows nt'JJc. Ashland Wilkes has started in 37 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. race and won 30 of them. mill eave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., returning Louis Waltz bought of Wm. Beck t 4:30 p. m. some butcher stuff ut -- 3c. Dunn & Moberly sold to John P. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Davis a harness horse for $75. - l 37P ra Vo. as, Train going North m 3 15 " sons sired 314 Five of Electioneer No, t6. " ' South ia 04 p m No. is. p m trotters and 00 pacers in the 2:30 list. 15 Ho. aj, Carroll Reid's Balk Lino ran fourth QUEEN & CRESCENT. at Newport Saturday. lie was a favorTrains pasi Junction City ai follows: ite. Ko. 1 South . it 37 a m No 1 North ..3.56 pm Forestua Reid sold at the Faulconer ..1.45 p m ...... i.ooan " 4 " 3 " " ra " s ' io pm " to6 " ..3.15 a m &Ruesa1eaptir ot sorrel gelding for .6 03 .....840 9 " 1 interior Jourhbt FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NEWSY NOTES. Miss Sarah Caudill was burned to death at Slorehead. The county levy of Scutt has been fixed at 51 J centB. On and after July 1st capital punish montin Ohio will be inflicted by electric "Whnt would you ndviee mc to do?" naked tho young- author, who luul submitted hfa manuscript to tho great editor in tho hope of gutting some vulu-abl- o - sjnrnr Jarcf, Jf. S. OWSLEY, Jfll A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Is a candidate for Ccng'ess in this, the Eighth District, subject to the act on ol the Democratic Tatty. far Judge ef the. Court fil Appeals It writer," replied tho great editor, who lor this district, subject to the will of tbo democity. had been struggling as lth tho author'! racy Six men were blown to pieces by an handwriting. Chicago Post, a candidal "I would adviso you to get a pointers. type- JUDGE W. S. PKVOR Stanford, Ky. Building. I InWB the Owsley pv- - Office over McRoberta' Drut; Store in . - Sale and "Renting1. Saturday, April MpwKifei 11, v Aim-ve- r. THE 1 RILEY HOUSE bllz-sur- d, RpYAl nl-fir- Two Farms For Sale. DE, B. PElTlTTar, S post-oflir- o akjP Stanford, Toat-Off- ic POWDER ( st a & JS&te. Buggies Buggies S9HI - bMM lilt w ft 'sAmf r ,flB 1 The orstanlord, Dress Making. JS Mm GEO. B. COOPER, btis-m-eti " mother-in-law'- DK1TB, Wvcry and Feed Stable, Satisfaction Guaranteed. "good-for-nothi- ng Training and Sale Stable Flrsi-ilas- g Perfectly Wonderful. MONEY To LOAN Buy Your Easter Hats. itr-tfh- c'll Coal, Coal, Coal. 1 r SHAW, 1 sr L Tlt-Bit-- i. F. A. A'Z'EBiS, First-Clas- -- Rrlcklaycr s Stonecutter Farmers BanMTrast Stanford, T. STTTTOIT, T UNDERTAKER, w. s. Buncs, Stanford, at Kentucky. F. G. BRADY, I I -- . M. W. J'OE.'iraO.N', k.-- ..e attsn-tle- -, 11 ,,,. "' rll.l7 "" ' i&BKEB HOUS U t . Somerset, Kentucky, , TO S Painting and Papering. LOWEST " FIRST i Surplus. 23,700 - ;., "y J' iII'iW.2il , APPLE BRANDY S.& W. Baughman, UTEIIY, FEED & .- i,oUwCSirxi.x.2 TO;CHICILGO. !- STABLE, Stanford, San-didg- e. Wednesday, April '96, - first-cla- ss m litLS.lInour WIU Nothing If you need livery give ua a call.atabla. See out us turcouts will leave our Be sure tn call for BLACKSMITH SHOP. guarantee Tiy our hor ice first-cla- work ahoer. and satiafactoi Great datuago was done Saturday VANARSDALE. Not 1,3,3, 4 and $, containlnc iS3 ealloni. the night by a fierce storm which swept over property of llimm A-- Stringer, to satisfy warrant ... .ml .11 mitt, issued from the collector's WANTED-A- N M Texas. At Albilene four reeidecces were office of tho Etb. district of Kentucky, for the taxrr vnnriiiiins t iiaao Ta-Luiiiir iii una. ri r r J M. CARTER, deatroytd and half a dozen workshops es on said brandy. brinir vou wenlth. Wrlm .IfiHN VkiAiri. Deputy Collector 8th Collector's District, 7.t.in. Moreland, Ky. niliornn !.!. wrecked. 10 J. K. Monon Route. .t,. K&tSWvliffit? """"".' M.JL3C. IDEAK Donver. i I St iPaul. I M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Blanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; I will take all the bides I can irel i i iu w for cash or in trade tor leather on court davs at Stanford or at my home In Ottan. niLiO.. 1. j. S. Hock,,, President,' "' "" V"DOn'i" Tanner. Joo. J. McRoberts, Caahlor; McKinney, Asst.CfalUr Vt"'i7A;! lS .. ..-- .