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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896041701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journai STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1896. OF A LOCAL jttSti NO. 14 NATURE. MUST0NVILLE. rr. veg-Bapti- st tyZSsVA 'JSSSjL Germnn millet need for sale Bt II. K. n Wearm's. Louis WbIjs Homo -- George ftickH, tor killing Lewis IIol- -' Elder Georce Gowcn will preach Jess Dunn is back from the South the union sermon Sunday night at the ton Ut election day, waa at quitted at juat in time to tell ns how the fresh 0. Vanoy nold to J. 0 Johnnn, of bonuht of John butcher Mull nt 2Jc. Stephm-eo- Boyle, 22 cvsva nnd 121 tombs for ifH) I will atnud two good jacks nt 7 to Insure living colts. M. S. Baugbman It In reported that E. W. Ayres refused $13,000 for Beulah, tho dam of Uou zetta. Tho Pantagraph BayB G. B. Turley bought four JackB lu Madron thla week at137. M. Wro is In the wool trado again this Benson. See him before Boiling and i I make money. B. K. Wearen Is heai'iiuartera for cultivators, corn plnntcrp, hnrrown, Ac. Lowest prices. -- Outof 400 hogsat W. S. MeBray-er- 'a distillery, In Anderson county, 2i0 have died of cholera. I will he on the market again tbiH year and will pay vou tho highest price for your wool. Wm. Morelaud. Leu iludnon is now Belling a bit; lot of hemp seed nt ft a bushel that he bought some time ago at 11.15. King Chester did not sell at the & Hue sale and Mr. G. F. Auder-sowill make another secuon 'vith him. Joe Goode eays he set a tien on 17 egga and she hatched 18 chickens, but to eavu hia life he can't tell which are the twins. An usual tho I vtkriok Journal leads on horse "ada," hut it hasn't got mnnv at that. You should read them before jou breed. I am in the wool trado nnd will pay the highest market price. See me before you sell, it wilt be to your advautagu. I. M. Bruce. -- Lost. Two large black sows, weigh 250ench, tip oil end of ear, been rouo two eeks. One forward with pi;. Any information to their whereabouts will receive liberal reward. K. T. Pence. ' The directors of the Danville Fair met Saturday afternoon and concludtd to otler f.'.lOO In stakes and purses for to -- .30 at the trotters and pacers In annual exhibition, which ia to begin Tuesday, Auguit 4. Advocate. Tho attention of our leaden ia cll-eto tho horse nJvertiseMienia of J K. Uauchman nnd Bauuhmnn Bros lne first named ha the srioedy Wnlainuham etalhon, Naboth, 2 ll'l, and William -, a model htalliou. Both o( them are good individual and breed rlchi. In Morgan Denmark, tho Messrs. Batwhman have a combination of good breeding, good individuality, tty le nnd action, lie is one of colta, which la Buying a On TlmoV great deal. The Kentucky Running Association at Lexington will hold its spring meeting beginning April '.'7th nnd laaling eight days. Secretary V. C. L" ""3 our thanks for complimentary and nituimnce of good treatment The breeders' futur-Ustake, the tlrat and only one ever oiler ed for thurouuhbrecs in Kentucky, will he tun for May '2d, which will draw a tremendous crowd. Another treat in store lor the public is the great starting maculue which will he used at this track. Fault-oner n d 1- bt-a- t y negro named Paul Gleuson criminally Hisiulted a 13 year old colored girl near Loimdale, V and then mur-ded her. Lirge bodies of men are scouring tho mountains in search of the brute. The Lonsdale furnace abut down and put allot its iihii into the mountains niter the MJonndrel and it caught he will he lynched. At Beattyvdle, John Hill and hia brother, Colonel Hill. outraged in an during which Colonel drew a dirk knife from his pocket and stabbed his brother sovoral tlmea in the side and abdomen Tho wouuod man it) in a very critical condition. Tho prosecution claims to have evidence that Jackson and Walling wire to gether on tho Covington suspension bridge booh after the Pearl Bryan tragedy and that they threw her head Into the river. The president BJnt to tho Senate nomination of Gov. Fitzhugh Lee, of Virginia, to be consul general of the United Sutea at Havana, .Cuba, vice Rr. won O. Williams, resigned. William Wasaom, a wealthy farmer living near Bristol, Tenn , blew his brains out rather than be tried for the burning of a church of which he was charged. Senator Piatt has introduced iu Congress n bill prohibiting the transmission of the reports ot beta on prize fights and racing from.ono State to another. A baby with two heads, four arms and four legs was born to Mis. U. at Lorain, 0. It ia alive and gives promise ot ttloug life. 50,000 obtained A judgment of railroad and othagainst tti M. K.and T. Kau-bjers fur introducing Texas fever into atlirmed. hua been A n b, a 'Bu mine," ho implored. i "No," she answered. "I won't take no for an answer," he shrieked. Nit, then," Hhe responded. And ho took his hat and sadly went. Boston Courier. church. Lawrenceburg jetables taste down there. -- Auron ia the namo of a new poet- -' There Ian rumor that wo will havo Rev. B. F. Pinkerton waa absent last We have just what you want in Bright Colors. another wedding and from many indies- -' olllce in Pulaski and Mary fl Mnyfiold is Sunday at a church near Midway at tioim it mey lie ipiitu soon appointed pxitmnMer. which he preached the dedicatory eer- Aunt Inbli Doty, of color, and one of After held a dry town for many ' mon. tne oiliest inunultatita of tho county.died years a vote to license hisiy selling ia The ladies of the Presbyterian church to bo taken at Monticello at IIih poor hoiiHH on Sunday morning. organizad an Bid society last Sunday Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gatc5, Mrs Josephine K. Henry, of J. L. Mantling hna been morning, Mrs. 0. C. VanArsdall, pres.; Wagons and Plows. will give a free lecture here on appointed a at the E Idyville pen- Miss Lucy Alcorn, secretary and treasFriday night, on American Citizen- itentiary. -- Williamsburg Timed. urer. ship. Mrs. Mary Givena improves very At Wl lirtiuihurg, Win. Risner's 18- Shelby Nunn, the slayer of Bill Best, year-olson was bitten by a copper-trie- d slowly. Mra. Susan Wright is very ill Cume in and look through our sample-- , of Paper. New- to break jail at Lancaster, and was head last Saturday, in the f lot, and is iu with pneumonia. Mac Steele, little son ' cit and L.iteht Designs. placed in Irons He had succeeded in a R"rioua condition of I. Steele, ha? been 'juite sick with U. McROHERTS. iJruugkt, Stanford, Ky. j getting out of his cell. The murder of Jaa McJreary by Bill catarrhal fever. ck'&,-l&fe&&-t--'- i The A F. F. club will not meet this and Jaa. Britton, ou Martin's Fork, in James T. Cooke, ot IlHrrodhurg,tbe week with Miss Nannie Harris on ac-- j Harlan county, Is reported without sireaparilla man, was here Monday look ' ot a deatli in the family. The vocation. The Brittona are in jail, ing after tho intereafs of his great medi next meeting will be held In May. j The Louisville Hanking Company cine and greeting friends. With the 2'J5 -r; Marriagu license wan iasued this ban bought the Manufacturers' Bank at pounds ot Mr Cooke behind it topuab it week lor John W. Wheeler to wed Mias Middlcsboro. R. G. Ford will bo tiiM sarsapurilla must get h move on itself i Moberly, which occurred Tuesday dent. The capital stock will be Increaa or something break. v nt tho home of tne bride's parents in this d to 150,000 Remember the lecture tonight at the . county. The residence and barn of Jamea M. Presbyterian church for the benefit of the V uj Is Now i Prof. R. W. Fetcher.of color, who t Gay, near Lancaster, were burned with public school, by Prof. Petermau, of Lexhas been tho successful teacher of the' about 300 barrels of corn. Die House and ington. Most of common school teachers . colotid cchool here, continues to give furniture were valued at $1,500 Total are content to draw their salary at the satisfaction aud will In June turn out a loss about S'J.SOO end of the term and not trouble themI number of graduates. Corporal Jamea L Shannon, of the selves further an I when a teacher like m ;.- Mitses Sueaud Hallie Herring en- Eighth U. S. Cavalry, formerly of Lin Miss Mary Thomson works in season and tertained Monday evening in honor of a coin county, Kentucky, has been hon out of season to increaae the facilities for number of their friends. Both are adepts orably discharged from service on ac- teaching aud to build up the school, she in the business and know how to show-tru- count of failing health. Advocate. should bo encouraged The proceeds are i Eeautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. Kentucky hospitality. The Adklus murder trial a to be used in buying mapB, globes, &c, You should call in and see our stock. work ou the Methodist church set for next Monday at Bubourvillo and for use in the school. The ;r, has been resumed and it the pretty that of James Sawyer for killing Dr. Mr. Charles Wheeler has discovered weather continues it will go on in earn- Burnsido for Wulnesday. James Leatcb that tho man who broke into hia store : :.' est. The building promises to be quite waa given a sentence by the Knox court recently made a greater haul than waa at V il a handsome edifice when completed. of two yara tor larceny. first believed. He finds that the burglar , All new goods lor spring and summe ! Died, at the homo of her mother, On Puckett's Creek, in Bell county, effected an entrance Into the lower room i ': wear. Every thing strictly Up-tdate. Mrs. Robett Turner, Lettie, in the Sth Glen Hiteou shot aud killed bis step- - ot his store and abstracted therefrom 1' ear of her age, after a short illnens of ty- - ; father. Ned PurcituI, and wounded his nnfnn rtflmr iKinna fnti ddnitanniu ..r.1.1 !""" j...j. .....ukc, .u.a. u..uv.au.i.u v "! nhom lever .Much Kvmtmthv in fait for brother. Hitson was using vile language watches, three gents nnd one lady s the bereaved mother, who is a widow. lewelrv. cull hut ill. watnb. haldea a lot of rf. in the presence of hia sisters, when rf, ". Mr. Henry Barlow baa accepted a ordered him out of thu house. tons, Ac. Tuesday a warrant waa aworn : in position na clerk iu Mr. R. II. Bat- Near Lily. Henrv Jones, colored. out and Hannibal Givena waa arrested 9 I sou'b store. Mr. Charles Harper, who' wna found lying by the nide of tne rail on suspicion. Hannibal stoutly main.. I. f ... I...I ll... nn.ll.tn .n,l (111...i I ii rw cBUPinu - roau1.itauK uv engineer Keams. witli n tains that he waa not concerned in the I ii.u tm: iiuo.iuu uu i. Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a torily, was compelled to give it up on ac deep gasli in the bck ot his head. It robbery, but bo faila to explain how his I .. Threshing Machine. count ot failing health. to havo been intlcted by aome old suit ot clothes happened to be left Ill It will interest thu friends ot Mleeea b Ullt Instrument. It in nunnnnoit that under Mr. Wheeler's atoro-rooYours for Bargains, Elizt Ande-Boand Talley Grand, two j his body was placed on the track to have 5V MATRIMONIAUrlATTERS. frequent visitors and much admired ' the train run over It, but the negro K ladies In this community, to know 0j coneciotisnebs sulliclently to crawl a Miss Nellie Bailey, aged 40, commit: nujiu;ivnie, rs.y fw wneeier r.nipuriuni, t they will be added to the long list of , from it. ted suicide by cutting her throat with a graduates at Hamilton College this com razor at Chagrin Falls, 0. She had nevLIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. mencemenl. er had a sweetheart. On Wednesday afternoon a negro by Hon. W. A. Webber, aged 70, and There was great excitement in the name ol Jennings became unruly MissSallie Daum, 21, were married at occasioned by a fierce shooting manager, Mr. and struck the Oynthiana. contract An Foley, with a shovel. In turn Mr. Foley ecrape between James W. Acy and Dr. provides that the bride shall receive 0 proceeded to knock him down with n F.M.Taylor. It seems there has been in lieu ot dower, but it the marriage hot blood for some time between the two club. It wan thought his injury wasButli-cienproves an unfortunate one and a separato call in a physician, but it waa parties over some goods sold by Acy to tion follows she will get only $2,500. aoon discovered it was not of a seriom Taylor. Rumors are also ellaat that Acv Dr. Leo Clifton Wadsworth, ot Newv accused the doctor of being too intimate nature. port, aud Miss Pinkie Waters Helm were Twenty five or more delegates, be- with his (Acy'e) wife. Acy, with hia married at the bride's father's, Mr. G. T sides quite a number ot visitors, are ex- wife, started to emigrate to Texas, and Helm, at Danville Wednesday at 1 v. m., pected here during the W. C. T. U. con- got as far as Eubanks station. Here it is "LJou-- r Revs. G, W. Ferryman and J. W. Lynch vention, which meetB.with us next week. reported that he steamed up on liquor, officiating. Messrs. Eugene Cook atd There will bo a number ot prominent and brooding over hia wrongs or supposWin McDonald Watera acted aa attendspeakers hero. The singing will be prin ed wronga, concluded to return and kill ants. The newly wedded pair left on the cipally by the little baud known as the Taylor before he left. Stationing himsel' 1:30 train for Newport, where they go to Loyal Legion, which consists of about 40 In Jasper's store, he opened fire on Taylor housekeeping at once. The popularity Spectacles at 25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents and Si. Fit and Satisfacon his first appearance in his front porch members. tion Guaranteed. ot the street. Two ot the bride nnd groom waa attested by Tho Luncaster cornet band, evr anx- on the opposite side large number of useful and ornaa complete aucceea of their pietol shots were tired by Acy wheu Tay- - the ious to make presents received. ellortf, will do some good practicing for. lor returned the name number. After mental ... urm .... .. ........ .. .nave .uay lit - invite muro tvy i.iu 1....I. in the mo emeriaiumeni we are to CHURCH AFFAIRS. ONLY 30 DAYS. 30 DAYS ONLY. 1st. To announce who will bo the part- Btore and grabbed up a shot gun. Taylor Holy Trinity church and ejteat Mad? icipants iu the entertainment is to ran into his own house and did the same. acknowledge the genuine talent of it: Jasper ordered Acy out ot bis store, but ion Avenue and 42d etrect, New York Mips Elvira Sydnor Miller, Mra. John M. Acy refused to go. The excited citizens City, has been eold for J750.COO. Rev. S. M.Logan went up to Paint Logan, Miss Clyde HutLuau and the Lan- then surrounded Jaspor'a store, and the Lick yesterday to assist Rev. A. W. BIG infuriated man waa persuaded to surrencaster cornet hand. The following gentleman went aa der, which he agreed to do on condition Crawford in a meeting. Dr. Sholton w! 1 delegates to tho Nicholasville conven- that Ta lor waa disarmed. Two of Tay- fill hia pulpit here Sunday morning and night. tion: Gen. I). R. Collier, W. Mr Ciellnnd lor's friends immediately came to town Preaching next Sunday morning nnd W. T. West, nnd got out a warrant from Judge Tilford Johnson, Lewis,,.Land-a... . .. ... for Ac'fl arrest who, iu the meantime, night at the Christian church by J. T . . For Cash for 30 Days. in. uerniiou, n. Lewis aiaer, iapi. charge ot a citizens' guard. Sharrard. Morning subject, "The"Blble S. Berkele, Win. BroadduH, R ci Benge, waa put in Why ? Because I am overstocked and must have money to meet nnd its Place in Christianity." Night, aud Ed Ray and Capt. Wm. Herudon, Deputy SuerifF Jim Brown started with my bills. For 30 days, beginning April 15th, I will sell anything in "Forbidden Fruit." Lewis Walker, W. S. Berkele, Gen I) R. the party to take him into custody, but greatly reduced prices. Now is your time to buy your Mr. E. B. Caldwoll, of Waynesburg, my store at Collier and Wm. McClelland Johnson to on arrival the bird had tl jvn.. Tho depSuit, your Dress, your Shoes, your Summer Underwear, your shirts, conuty did not learn how he managed to asks us to Bay that the the Louisville convention. vention of the Cumberland River Asso your Hosiery and above all don't you miss this opportunity to buy Jamea I. Hamilton, Lmcister's ac- escape whether from caroletsness or Come quick and 'get first choice. elation will convene at Cumberland your Carpets, Mattings and Rugs commodating postmaster, ia the proud otherwise. till 30 days is out don't expect to get the same price on If you wait LTEii. -- Since writing tho foregoing church in Pulaski on Saturday, May 2 possebSor of an intelligent dog, a water Tho general conference of the M. E these goods that your neighbor did, for I can not sell at the price I Spaniel. Like his master he is fond ot wo learn from good sources that the, diffichurch will convene at Cleveland, Ohio, will make now after the time is out. All accounts are due the first of money and devotes much of his time culty was looked tor by the citizms; that May IS, and continue in session one each month. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. Ky. playing with it. He had long ago declar- Acy's wife had confessed the intimacy It is the legislative body of the month. ed himself for "tree silver." On Monday with Taylor to some other women and largest Protestant denomination in the engaged iu his usual pastime he that Acy had caught them iu suspicious while United States, the present membership swallowed a silver dollar. The money situations onco himself. We make this ! being 2,700,000 comnmniennta. being of heavy weight it la feared by IiIh nmendmeut in justice to Acy, aa our first master that tho pet dog'a death may re- statement was based on information obWhen George O. Weller, a young sult from tho amusument. It is likely tained from those who were supposed to white mail, claiming to he the special Since adopting the Cash Svstem I am enabled to Reduce Pkices thnt lapriotoniy may have to follow be friends of Taylor. correspondent of the Boston Financial What town in the State but Lancaster Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Danvillk. Tub next term of circuit and Industrial Record, waa found occu on Rough and can boast that money is so plentiful? pying a seat in the parquette with a mu Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a The docket Miss Katu and Lillian Kinnaird were court will be n dull ono. latto soman in the Academy of Music at full btock of every thing found in a s 48 apLumber Yard, and by visitors of Danville frlenda this week. contains 4S old ordinary cases, pearances, 109 old equity, cases nine ap. Richmond, Vn., he aud ehe were hustled selling for Cash Only I am enabled to j?iake prices lower than have Prof. James A. Tate, tho temperance GO Commonwealth caeca. out bo unceremoniously thnt tho Yankto lecturer, of Naahville, waa entertained penrauceB and ever been offered here. Elder Jas. L. Allen had eight ndditions didn't know what had hit him. during his stay hero by hia friend, Elder The announcement in the LouiBvil'e George Gowen. Messrs. W. It. Cook and to his congregation at King's Mountain Post that its capable Stnte news editor, J. F. Robinson attended the horso show during a recent meeting he conducted Mr. John W. Harris, is ill, occasions 72 additions to in Danville Monday. Mra. II. O. Paine, there. There have been Manmuch regret in newspaperdom. ot Athens, is the guest of her mother, the Christian church and Eld. Dorria meeting continues. County court, cir- aging Editor Boyle Gill Boyle ia doing Mrs. Ann B. Hopper. H. M Owsley, of hia work at present, aud Is as well postSt. Louie, was a visitor here this week. cuit court and horad show will draw a ed aa tho next man on State matters. Miss Lucile Weisiger is reported sick, big crowd Monday. Jack Wataon has a It Is said 20 farmers brought the George A. Mcltoberts, of Stanford, was a hen that lays two egga a day. Advocato. taila of 0,171 ground squirrels to tho comvisitor hero Tuesday. A. H. Rice ia in Guancik of Timk. Tho Bprlng and missioners of Spokane county, WashingLouisville on business. ton, on one day Us week to collect the summer schedule of the Queen aud Is Receiving his will go into efl'ect Sunday, bounty of one cent per tall. Route Lorenzo Hadd aud Celia StevenB, Secretary Carlisle made a masterly aged respectively (our and five years, April 19th. Note tho chnngea aa shown In Station time cards. W. O. RInearson, address on sound money to the working are dead at Liawood, Micb., from eating men at Chicago. gen'l pasa'r agent, Oincinati, 0. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. wild parsnipa. j ' W Bo BTB0BERT Wagon anil implement Paint. Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. Ver-slllt- Ex-Sher- itr ' ( pro-cou- p r - vtsejSa&e&tswsrj: -A- m presi-Roe- tt j 1 Complete in Every Department, 1 . e I ;' j New Millinery Glotfyirjg- w it i i o Pur-cif- ul ..- -. - . 1 ni-i- ..... I .... Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes in Great Variety. CHARLES WHEELER, PKI(G$: "BGD K0K." g 1 a ; n gain-you- ng I fuw-fee- inenas. Min-tonvil- lo work-hous- e anti-nupt- ial $5,-00- CRAIG & HOCKER, cash: druggists. ggfer Spsciaclss at Own Pries. t SeP)3 I Look at These Prioes I ! in i JAM m j ...... I semi-anuu- al Reduction In Prices first-clas- A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR CreB-ce- nt SFMIN(Er ANBSUMMEB iX "-l- T v mwy "",y '" T -- "5 ."jkwiPWT' "( -r- """".". ?' -, '- - tMi-WEtbL- Y Stanford, VV. SIX PAGES- BfPLEY FIRST, With McKinley a Close Second. Tub district convention at Nlcholas-vill- e Instructed for Bradley without a second choice. An attempt to set second instructions was made but tbe great April 17. 1890 harmonizer, Hon. John W. Yerkes, arKy., gued that as this was the governor's own district, it was due him that no second P. WALTON. choice be made, and the effort ceased. He and Go). Caperton, who were chosen delegates to the National convention, both told tho McKinley men that they would vote for him after Bradley was dropped. The resolutions declared for protection and the gold standard, and after endorsing Bradley'e riot alarm and militia call, eay his nomination for president would insure Kentucky and several other Southern States to the republicans. Judge Morrow led his broth cause in the 11th and got nil he went for as he usually doeH. (NTERIOKJOURNill Another Such Victory and Bradley Is Undone. A Tub ideas of propriety are very difler-ontl- y Most Disorderly Conven- tion. Louisville, April 10, 3 r. m. Gov. Bradley won his flight, after a desperate etruRKle and was instructed for for president as first choice, the McKinley men forcing second instructions for their man are The delegates from the L. P.Tarleton, A. R. Burnam, W. J. and S. . Smith, the latter colored. The platform declares for protection and the gold standard. Tue Republican Convention was called to order in the auditorium at LouiBvllle at 2:30 Wednesday by Hon. John W. Yerkes, who made a speech congratula ting the party for having tnken Kentucky out of the democratic column and assur ingtbe delegates that a republican is sure o be elected president in November. The first test of strength between Bradley and McKinley came when Judge State-at-larg- o De-b- oe developed in Judges Saufley and Morrow. The former has declined ever since he has been on the bench to participate in politics or make political speeches, believing that it is tbe duty of a judge to keep out of the mire of partisan sloughs. On the other hand, Judge Morrow seemB to have no conscientious scruples. He is foremost in county aa well ns State conventions and doesn't mind taking a hand at anything to help his party along. It is just as a man is raised, however, how he looks upon things. The LouiBvllle Times suggests as the entire administration at Frankfort is at the Louisville convention and the convicts have the measles, it would be a good time for JackGhiun to capture the Capital. These conditions are not necessary to Col. Jack's exploits. Didn't he single handed and alone scare the whole "cabooble" to death and cause tho riot alarm to be rung at the dead of night to call the soldiers out to disperse him? Yea, verily, the colonel need take no stops by stealth. He can capture tho Capital with all the radson hand. secured first instruc by the convention at Louisville, but in the shape it is in it is a most empty honor and will profit him nothing. He wont even be consulted as to his second choice and will not be able to command the patronage of his State. McKinley wilt be nominated on tho first ballot and Bradley wont be boss of Kentucky. Roberts, Denny and Hunter will distribute the pie.'.if a republican is elected. Gov. BnADLKY S K lm 1 i, A. tionelfor himself for president Stopbon Merrlwether, of Elkton, Hon. Sun Pugb was renominated for Congress by tho republicans of the drowned himself when his son was placed in jail charged with numerous crimes- Ninth district. : republicans of Tho "Lily White" Tho town of Ureonwood, Ind., has v . South Carolina resolved that McKinloy, passed an ordinance forbidding the smok Reed, Quay, Allison or Morton would bo ing oi cigarettes on the streets at any acceptable to them, but never did a thing titno. to Riot Alarm Bradley. Three Pennsylvania convicts, being The Kentucky advisory board of tho treated with tho aseptolin cure for A. P. A. decided that it would not be adshow marvelous Improve 4 visable for tho order to indorse either ment. Bradley or McKinley in the State con-- i New York farmem near Canandal-guvention, which was a McKinley victory. are uping potatoes for fuel, tho crop v. In- Bradley carried the 1st, 2d, 4th, Stb, being unsalable even at two con's a 10th and 11th districts. McKinloy took bushel. IV , Rev. Thomas G. Workman and wife, tbe 3d, 5th, 0th, 7th and Uth. The 10th jf, gavo second instructions for McKinley of Lebnnon, O , both died within two and appointed delegates personally for daysaftor the former had been granted a -- CSV pension. him. "A Hon. R. II. Tomlinson, of Garrard Six men wr killed and one percounty, has announced himself as a can- haps fatally injured near Bedford, Ind, ; Kid finish Cambric ,c. Standard Drab or black Sdisius didate for delegate to the National Deni by a construction train breaking through 8c. Black Rustic Lining yyc. Chamios fibre lining 15c. ocratic convention. He is a good man, a trestle. Genuine linen Duck canvas toe. Haircloth but has rather erratic ideas ou currency Fifteen pernorm were injured, one r t Linen towels, fancy border with fringe, questions. seriously, by a wreck on tho Queen and $ I The 11th district instructed for Brad- Cnsc9utnear Voesbury, Miss,causoa by VC in., 15c. Hath towels, fringed, .12x10 Inches, Sc. Yd. 20 I ley without a second choice. Of the 17 heavy rains. wide unbleached cotton .j c. 7- -8 extra heavy 5c. Yard counties, only Casey, Russell and WhitThe receiver of thu dofunct Midway wide bleach cotton, gilt edge, .VjC Ladies' and Misses' T ?K ley sent opposing delegates. Bradley Deposit Bank states that the liabilities v 2 hose Carpets ' also got tho 10th by the narrow margin are $57,1X13 and the assets $135,010, much 5c. Men's sox, light or heavy weight, 5c. of 10 votes. of which is worthless. ;i2jJ'cto75c Senator Justin S. Morrill, who lire The House committee on Territories been in the U. S. Senate from Vermont voted 0 to I to report favorably tho bill l-- c since 1S07, celebrated his SOth birthday to admit New Mexico as a State. New Tuesday. Before his election to the Sen Mexico has less than 154,000 peoplo all ate he had been Congressman for a num- told, and is not increasing in numbers Fine black and tan sox Sc or two pair for 15c. Good"7jfX ber of terma. or wealth, although railroads have given & heavy pair ol suspender too A better pair wire buckle, "li' ' A dispatch from Middlesboro says it every facility for growth. silk finished 15c, worth 35c. 10 dozen Derby Hats, the democrats of that section are unaniblack and brown, 50c. Not a one in'thc lot worth less mous in their choice for president, the " than $1.50. A big line Crush and Alpine hats from 50 Hon. John G. Carlisle being tbe man. - rt5. fn ? in hlnrlr nncl rrr.iv. Men's laundered nerd!re There are only two free silver democrats in Middlesboro, Beven In Pineville and shirts at 35c, worth 50c. Come in and look at our line of 25 in tbe entire county, and they are all for the great secretary. -- A vice president stands one chance in eight to acceed to the presidency. In iikCj. For men, boys and children, either ready made or madcjfy all, men chosen as vice presidents hove to order. held the chief office no less than 13 10 months and 13 dayp, or approx years, ;.'; SHOES. Children's shoes 25c. Ladies' Doug. Pat. of the entire presidenimately VX' S.' A tip button shoes Si to $6. tial term. There have bean 23 presi ? in town. N We have the largest line of Matting and Carpets of whom have been h dents, - CARPETS. -- tSPECIAL BARGAINS a, SPRING GOODS 7c Cali-;cocs3j- .x $". $ V a; w ivv -- Gooo calico at 3 Per Yard, m V -- Tk J v j! ROYAL Z" .:: ;: Spring Clothing e,mAn ...'..... . r, :iUKfc. LUUIMILLt . ''y $''i'l S! "ivV-- s one-eig- -- one-eixt- fp ' . f The old hayseed who warms a seat in Congress from the 2d Kentucky district, one Dr. Olardy bv name, 1b reported one day as saying that Carlisle can carry JUDOS T. Z. MOHROW. n P L T. Z. Morrow beat George Denny for temporary chairman by 01 votes, amid wild demonstrations by the Bradley men. The body resolved itself into a riot and open charges were made of tbe most disDa. Jambs, Beelng the way that the cat graceful nature. The police had to take a hand several times, but the governor was going to'juinp, turned bis back on had not been called upon to order out his erstwhile friend, Dr. Hunter, and estbe malitia at last accounts. The McKin- pousing the cause of Bradley, swung ley men were strong enough to secure an Muhlenberg into tbe governor's column. adjournment till yeste.day morning, Dr. Hunter is probably serving his latt term in Congress. His pernicious activwhen tbe battle was again resumed. ity against Gov. Bradley has cooked bis The committee on credentials made a report signed by every member of the goose, even at home committee, Beating the Bradley delegasuggested in the The Courier-Journtions from Warren, Pike, Leslie and Edinterest of peace and harmony to the NEWSY NOTES. monson counties and tho McKinley delrepublican pow wow at Louisville, that egation from Logan. The Louisville conBradley an J McKinley both be dropped Two hundred natives were killed by test was. compromised by the contested and tho Hon. Woodn't Dunlp be en- an explosion of dynamite in Matobelo vote being equally divided between tbe dorsed for president, but the editor being land. contestants and contestees. The compersona non grata, the suggestion was Squire Joseph R. Sampson, of mittee's report was adopted by acclamaupon. fell dead whllo testifying in not seized Hon. Chailes tion by tbe convention. court. Stanford wan made permanent chairman Crisp's throat got well and he tackled James Uargis fell from n train near report of the committee on perma- Hoke Smith again, but the effort was too the Lafayette, Ind., Bnd broke both legs ard nent organization being adopted after a great. His heart, like bis courage, failed both arms. warm fight. him and obliging physicians advised him An Italian waB shot and killed bv a The convention is a very different to give up tbe debater. The effort to arPmnsylvania whom ho atbody to the one that met in the same gue for free silver will cause even the woman in tempted to oesHult. building Inst year. Then all tho wings stoutest heart to give signs of failure. Eight lives were lost in the surf at had flopped together and harmony lay Virginia Beach last week by tbe capsizRichmond still rnnseun tune. The old around in great stacks. Now every othing of a fishing smack. er man is charging the other with every town is far in tho rear in many thing?, Jobu Harter, of Peru, Ind., shot d even though she claims to have sin In the catalogue aud every himself to death because a jury would a Olimax with a Pantagrapb. gun seema desirous of getting ahead of not declare him insane. in the grand every other son-o- f The convention proved one thing and Eight miners were killed and many grab for pie. Then the efforts of the delis tho republicans are tbe worst others entombed as a result of on exegates were directed against the common that that split up set that ever tried to play for plosion in a colliery at Wlllington. enemy; now each is grabbing at the oth I'0, Frank Armstron, of Fostoria, 0 is er's throat and letting the devil take tbe wanted for whipping hia wife unmerciP0UTICAL POINTERS. hindmost. It is n humiliating scene, fully because she paid $15 for a bat. even for the disreputable party which is Missouri democrats in State convenJames E. Pepper, a Lexington disresponsible for it. 16 tol siiverites to Chicago. tiller, has been compelled to file a deed r Walton baa assumed a tion send 34 Anderson was the only county in the of trust. HIb liabilities are $400,000. role. He opened the convention at new Eighth district that went back on BradTbe blizzard in Colorado which Louisville by asking God's blessing on s ley for McKinley. caused great damage, baa abated. the warring factions. 20 foBtdeop. John H. Welch, of Jessamine, an in some plecea were Wood Dunlap repeated his defense to nounces positively that be will not enter John P. Davlfl, the prominent Jesthe republican delegates, trying to induce Congressional race in this district. samine county farmer who mysteriously them not to be too hard on him for re- the Dr. Hunter swung -the 3d into line left home two weeks bro, has been lofusing to receive a stolen seat in the Legfor McKinley, but he only did so by tbe cated at Georgetown. islature and assuring them tbathe would skin of his teeth. The doctor's power Andrew B.Vaughn has been acquithave taken it if he had seen any chance seems to be on the wane. ted at Nashville of the murder of John to use it. Louisvillo Times publishes a B. Kirk, tbe jury holding that the fatal The In the selecton of the several combullet was Intended for another man. Lincoln county didn't get n list, which shows that mittees papers of Kentucky outnumber One of the main buildings of the smell. This is the way the Eighth showtbe silver sheots three to one. Chicago FireworkB Co., at Gross Point, ed up: Vice President, E. G. Parish; In the Fourth district the republi- near Chicago, wbb blown up, killing two Resolutions, John Bennett, Permanent badly injuring alx. Organization, D. R. Collier; Credentials, can convention nominated Hon. J. W. employes and Stelnberger gets a life senLewis for Congress and instructed for Rudolph T. M. Cardwell; Rulea, R. T. Amsinhery. Bradley "first, Uot and always:" tence at Munfordville, for tbe murder of Washington's State democratic con- his cousin, Annie Belle Steinberger. It Thb McKinley men charge that Bradeven. used his pardoning power to vention indorsed Cleveland's adminlstra is thought there will be no appeal or moley resolution, tion for a new trial. secure votea for his presidential ambi- tion, adopted a A quarrel between boys caused a lot tion, declining peremptorily to grant but Bent an uninatructed delegation to clients of any lawyer, who Chicago. negroes to Burround tbe homo of of pardons to the Wo have a pretty straight tip that Judge Alonzo Irwin, near Selma, Ala. opposed him. Lw breakers might make tho a note of this and before engaging an Judge W. M. Catron, of Pulaski, is a can. Tho aherifl wbb called to disperso have him give a certltlcnte that dfdate for Congress In this district. negroes, and Anally killed the ring lead.tinmnv from the Is no better man be is for Bradley for any and everything I There Lofidon Echo. than Judge Oct-- j er, who attempted to shoot refuge. ornrlri vlthnnt anil rnn. be bad taken -j -. house in which BOW nu al Jones-boro.Tenn- Kentucky for president and the next day as denying that be said it. But what difference does it make what Dr. Olardy sayb? The only two things that be does in opening his jaw are to direct attention to his assininity and make people ask who is Olardy any way? Mr. M. F. Brinkley writes to us frcm Oxford, Miss., in which State he has traveled since January, that a big majorAbsolutely Puro. ity of the people there are for free silver at 10 to 1, but that the business men nln out of every 10 want Bound moaoy and A cream of tartar baking powthere is a hope that the grand old State der. Highest of all in leavening of Mississippi will have a few Bound rtrength. Latest United States money men In tbe Natloual convention Government Food Report. at Chicago on July 7th. aOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Ohalrmon Harrity, of the Nation-a- l 106 Wall Street. New York. Democratic Committee, says: "The indications are that the sound money men will prevail and be in a majority in the convention, although it is not to be loaf Bluht of that the free silver men in The annual meeting ot tht itocVhotdcrt of th: MoieUnd A Cirpentci't Station the democratic party ore vigorously and held at iluitonville on Saturday, turnpike will atb i May a, aggressively at work in order to have u p. m for the purpose o' electing a prciident and board ot directors lor the emuinf rear free silver plank put in the platform." 14 J K UAUGHMAN, l'rea. It is unofficially announced that the populists will add three new planks to their platform. Tbe first will demand a cross between a lightning bug and honey The annnal meeting ior tha election ot a presibee, bo tlmt the bee may be enabled to dent and board of directora for tbe Knob Lick work at night. The second will demand Turnpike Co. will be held at tha Writ National Hank In Stanford the it Saturday the breeding of the centipode with the and itockholileri are hereby notifiedIn May, 1E96, pig may have 100 CLIFTON HOWLER, Prei. hog, so that each M bams. The third will domanu tho uuu ding of strawberries on milk weed to the end that everybody who wants to can get Btrawberriea and cream from tho The annual mwtinc of the rtockhnldera of lhi Turnenville. McKiouxy & Coffey' Mill Turnpike same bnsh. Ex. SatCo. will be held at McKinney the POWDER fN A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. V V I M rvivrYyvlrVVV'vvv,rirt vvvyvrvvvyvyvrrn'yvvO(,VrVrY!ft , fV ' w MATTING. S --: i i- - 'V- i- - j '" &-- & S!SZ Turnpike Election. 18-- BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, , The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team ant! Plow your Ground Right. Turnpike election. We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. It will scour where others will Turnpike Election. not. Try one and if it don't suit you, don't keep it. Koad urday in May, 1G9A, at a p m , fir the purpose ot electing a president and board of director! for the II K. GOODK, I're.. 14 eniuincjear. it W. H. WEAREN & CO. Turnpike Election. will be held at ItuitonTiIleon the itt Saturday In May, tM, at a p m , for the purpoie of electing ollicers for the entuii g tear 4 ., The annual meeting of the itockheldprs of the Iluitonville & Carpenter's Creek Turnpike Co. W. IJ Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs, &c. UaTGcnts' and Ladies' WKATHEKFORD, l'rei. Turnpike Election. A meeting of tho & a president and board of directora for the cmuing year will be held at McCormack'a on Mav J 1806. at a p.m. 14 A. W CAKPENTKR I're. ttoekholden of the Stanford MilIelK:,lle Turnpike Co . for th election of IIosicryi Turnpike Election. The ttockholdert of the llu.tcnrllle .V Coffey's Mill Turnpike Koad Co. will meet at Dr lirown'a cflice In Iluitonville on the itt Saturday in Mjy, 189$, at a p in , to elect a pre.idrnt aud bond of director for the emuiug year. . C. LYON, Prei. 14 H. J. McROBERTS." Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. eon-of-- a. Regis-ter-e- un Turnpike Election. The stockholders of the Stanford it Iluitonville Turnpike Koad Co. will hold their annual elec tion for presidtut and board ol directors at the school hcusa at Turneriville at p. m , Saturday, May The Way to Get What Yon Need to prove Your House Im- Doctor-Senato- itt, 1896. 14 J. K. CASH, Pres. In the line oi Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danvili.k and see Snow-drift- Turnpike Election. A meeting of the stockholder! ot Knob Lick, McCormacks & Turneriville Pu'npike Co. will be hcldat McCormacks, May n, 1896, at a p. in., fur the purpoMof electlti; officer! for the eosuinc M. F. POWELL, I'rea, year. m A. E. GIBBONS, Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Ken-tucky. Turnpike Election. The annual meeting ol the stockholder! ot tbe Stanford Si Halls Gap Turnpike Koad Co , for the election ot a president and b,ard of directors for the ensuing year, will be held at Vandeveer's store in Stanford on the first Saturday in May, 1896, ata p. in N. MENEFEK, Pres. 14 "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.'! thesound-money-Oarlia- le J, UNDERTAKING BY- - Turnpike Election. The shareholders ol the Hunuing Fork A Green River Turnpike Koad Co. win meet at Waie's store in McKinney on Saturday. May, 1B06, at a p. m.. for tni purpose ol electing a preiid.u t and board of directors for the ensuing: Tear. 14 J. V. UIVKNH free-silve- r '" Turnpike Election. The stockholders of the Ruth Branch Turnpike Road Co. are notified to meet at Hubble on Saturday, May a, 1896, to elect a board of directors M. B. EUBANKS, foo the cntuinf year. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. 1.a i- -"j iW f ai 4 i t iu. f j- - i -- A btf-ff- i, L JeMI-WEEKL- Y iNTERlQRjObKNAI Ai'itiL. 17, 1890 TELL ME SO. If yon love me, tell mo o, Wait not till tlio summer Blow Fades In n iitutnn's chntiKoful light. Amber cloudH mid purplo night; Wnlt not till Hip winter hour llenp with snowdrifts nil the flowers, Btanfohd, Ky., W. P. WALTON. , Confidential t Letter No. 2 Hro. Walton: I'lcae hold the cars while 1 tell what Looke's is. Well, it is not a mys tcrious compound of which the component paits arc gathered in some far off, unheard of land; nei Sar-saparil- la coveky, made by unknown pro lessors. thcrisitsome latb, scientific iiis 1 Cooke's Sarsaparilla i a remedy whose component parts are na tivu roots and herbs, growing in the hills and valleys ol Kentucky, which are gathered at their prop cs seasons by responsible hands. After cleansing, sorting and culling they arc carefully dried for use. Their virtues are extracted by the latest scientific process known to pharmacy by a pharmacist who has spent iS years in the work of his chosen profession. For over a hundred years h.is it it stands stood the test and the public guaranteed to be before the best blood purifier in the mar-et- . It is positively guaranteed to cure scrofula in any form. Its merit Is shown by its growing pop ularity and in localities where long est uLed you find the largest sales. Sold in Lincoln county by VV. B. McRoberts. Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. W. F. H. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F.JAlstott, Powers. Bcazley & Son, Crab Orchard. James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. to-day M U I 1 UCi pr- iiily l'Uti!t, a WotV cut'anlceil Kolfrcneed lurnithrd ilrrit roe al Mt Valium, J I' I whirl et - M flT I P C Ilneklayirj; nj PUilcring trtUr. Ad. lone p fortune trf . in prizes ; ! $6,141.75 55 Separate CIVKh' AWAY t ' ..ose rnizK or... JVisseB ' , IN. $1,000 I TUG NEW WEEKLY KOGKy MOUNTAIN NEWS, i1n th troxl. ing nJ itlun .a tmiiior Mouth. mr H'il tn ii. nw sllvrr'a rnprrarnlxlvr paprr of tha k Wt II If l. tl r.ni.l..n . in rlr'i ailroratr: It Iradu In llimirht . rtkir lia I in. 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RlCllaUPOX !'--( ITfe. 0., r hT. LOtM. e ,t UTY, W6 & gTJaffVTftNLrvj'TJJ 4 l'r I.!iJKl'UUH-J!i- fi El YOU WANT - BEST In THE J GARDEN your neighborhood this season PLANT OUR FAMOUS all of which arc described and illustrated In our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896. A new feature this season Is the Free de- livery of Seeds at Catalogue rrices to any Post Otlice. This New Catalogue " we will mail on receipt of a stamp, or to those who will s tale where they saw this advertisement, the Catalogue will be mailed Free I PETER HENDERSON & GO. 35 & 37 Cortlundt St., Hew Yorit. For Sale by ington Star. quired Morton. "Yes. Have you noticed them?" Her Custom. "They licnt unythlng I ever saw. I Old Lady (In drug store) D'yo know, traced them up tlws street from my J "O mnn. I'm utswl ... like a ivnn- ... hin vniintr ....,-. house a little distance, nnd all at once niinem ier ocr wn minims icr someSend One Cent For they stopped. Come on nnd I'll show body to wnlt on me? If ye can't hire you." clerks enough, I'll go somewhere else. They followed tho big footprint Young Mnn (humbly) Sorry, ma'am, around Into Ilaldwlu sttrct and thence but we're very busy. I am at your over a blok to the north, and then sudnow; what can T do for you? denly the trail ended at a place where Old Lady You kin give me a two-cekicked alwut as if the snow hnd stamp, an' le quick about it. men had Bcufilcd there. Hay City Chat. "This Is where It started," said JohnTho New r.ra. A SUBURBAN' MYSTERY. son. "Now, let's see how farwc can folOther sprincs the younK mnn's yearning low It the other way." HtralRht his thouRhts of love reveals. Hut thee days his nrdent fancy They went back along Haldwln strcot The uroso of this ntory U to clenr If you need a suit of clothes, come and inspect n u stock before Lightly turns to thoughts of wheel;. up Huliurbau inyHtcry and provide the to where tho tracks led over to Morton's' ChtcaRO llccortl. making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and prihouse, the snmo as they had nt the liutt chapter which is to sot at 1'jiton nnd Johnson plnces, but strange AK X BAY BOMUO. iipuculutloii. ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $$ to $ 1$: to say, tho trail divided, one set of For mom than two yt'ivrn tho of Mortoti'fl tirovo hint) been tracks leading over to Norton's house, Ilaldwlu frucfwliifr n t the c.iiiho of the traekn, the other continuing south on street. nnd If the' lime not (rticMel correctly At Chester avenuo tho trail turned it U no dUurcdlt to them. i.llal toward the Katon house and continued It won two yeim nj,'o tliU lost FebruIn Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. ary, nntl on u certain evening toward to the east, although there was a side trail leading over to tho Katon house the end of the month that a moist Know Special inducements to Cash Buyers windof big, luzy ilukc Ik gnu to fall upon tho unM another to Mr. Johnson's front ow-. biiburb of Mortoii'u tiruve. Tho two men followed tho main line. luirdly a breath of wind, There wiw From Chester avenue It turned into nnd the mow sifted lUelf ercnly and Miller ntreet and came to an abrupt clung whcrcer It touched. There were but few trt'en in Morton'fl end near tho Mcthodbit church. There were other tracks of onllnnry slzo to bo b GroTc. In the chrUtcning of the seen, but at tho point where tho troll tlie real wtato Napoleon liud man the feet Had that porlod when all thelirubw ended the gone withInto giantair. The up tho evidently mnil hwitclit-- would have Uielr grow lb. badly kicked about. Perhaps "We have an Immense Line andjarc realy overstocked in Therefore the miow did not lone Itaclf snow was been another struggle. there hnd In tuugled bouglui, but eotticd peace"According tho slzo of hU feet," fully on broad IovVIb of luvrn and steep observed Mr. toMorton, thoughtfully, pitches of roof. Kxcept where a wall should hnvobcen 14 fect'hlgh. or fence stood bolt upright there wns "that manyou think of it?" "Wherefore art thou, Itomeo?" The What do u n unbroken mantlo of white. Kven "I simply glvo It up," sold Mr. John- Sketch. eerj picket wore n plutno nntl every son. "I in all my life ran across 'fence-boanAnd hha Didn't. ! a rtift. And will dispose of them at greatly reduced prices for the next two anything like It. These nre real tracks. " I cannot sing tho old sone." The Miowfull ensvd nt 11 o'clock, (in tl You enn see Some of these roods will be sold at Inlf their former price. weeks. the marks of the nails and Bho murmured with a sigh. by that time Morton's Grove wn al" Nor any other sons." ho growled; the print of U10 heel. l)ut they begin Call if you want Bargains that are sure enough Bargains most hushed for tho night. The big nowhere, and end nowhere. Here's a " Kor heaven's sake don't try." Y. World. N. wooden honsw stood spaciously apart nnd suddenly it splits Into nntl were darker nnd more fantastic single trail Before uud After. going in dllTercnt directions. two Charles, than ctcr against the white. One by One trailsof traekH goes right up to a She (five o'clock u. m.) set one the windows winked themselves to window, nnd yet there's nothing to didn't you say before we were married darkness, and several hundred nlcv show that U10 man turned around nnd that you would go through Ifire forme? slept, not realizing that u mystery enme back. Ho didn't go In the window, Charles (sleepily) Yes, did. wns Umiii them. She Well, Charles, go through the though. Now what the " If reports h' true, the Kccond Miwi motions of building a fire for me tills "Don't ask me," said Mr. Morton. 1'nton ni Uie first to sco the At the station that morning tho men morning, won't you? Charles Didn't refer to tlint kind of talked of the strange tracks and not She nrose vrry enrly in the morning one could explain them except by bring- fire; been goiu' through the other kind to tx'niwturo herself that the geraniums ing in a supernotuinl agent. And they ever since you married me! To Date. wire far enough removed from the win- never did find out. l'crhapa 8lie Cried. dow ami still not too near the And now for the solution of thisstory Said little Fannie Chortle: "Mamma, She walked to the window and of mystery. this is the place where some little girls looked acrohs the snow nt tho dull, l'rtiantl Thompson, one of the were walking, and ono of them fell Largest and Most Complete Stock sealetl houses across tho way and the Ihelicr spirits of the quiet suburb, hnd "down nnd hurt herself, and they all wiry bushes frozen in the front ynrd. to town on the evening of the laughed except me." of It wns the grny of the dawn, and the snowfall. Atn small club "And why didn'tyou laugh, Fannie?" shapes out.siilc were not distinct, but which he often visited he hnd become "Because I was the little girl that fell when her ees fell to the foreground she acquainted with a mindown and hurt herself." Texas Sifter. snw enough. First she stnretl lu puzzled strel erformcr. Tho minstrel gavo Ever brought to this Section. A Premature Dlactuitoa. surprise, and then she moaned nntl ran Thompson a pair of huge shoes such as Miss Flighty Have you decided to (o the sttne to warm herself, still gazworn in burlesque pieces. lie nre often W. W. discussion: "What any ing nt tho window. had promised them to Thompson long take wo part in the do in Heaven?" Is what sho No wonder, Indeed. This nnd ou this e enlng he brought will before Good Minister No, miss. I nm at Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, had seen: them to the club. Stanford Ky. present much more interested In the Huge footprints, marking the course Thempson reached Morton's Grove of u man, undoubtedly, w1m had come on the last night trnln. He started for question: "What shall we do to get .from tho street to the, very window home, tho shoes wrapped up under his there?" N. Y. Weekly. FULL LINE OF n which she hod l'i'ii .tnding. That arm. Which Accounted for It. was not the worst of It, The. footprints Tho snowfall hnd ceased and it wan "After that," remarked the young led from the street to the window, but clear night. He had taken a few slim who had been telling an insane there, were no footprints from the win- drinks nnd was in nn imaginative and ghost story, "my mind wns a blank." dow to the street. creatho stnto of mind, llo saw tho "That accounts for it," commented a Whnt did tlint mean? unmarked snow nnd It occurred to him sharp young woman, nnd there was It meant that the man had come to that It might surprise people in the nn interregnum of profound silence, tho wintlow but had not gone nway. morning if they snw tracks IS inches Truth. He had como through the wintlow into long. Just Rccievel Also a Splendid Lot In Her Iloudolr. the house! He Mas In the house at that He leaned against a fence and a little girl and sho had a little There moment! changed his shoes after some difllculty of Buckboard. curl, of slippered and then inarched homeward. There wns a Right In the middle of her forehead; feet on tho stnlrway, nntl the second When he enme in front of Morton's It curled very bold when the weather was Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements co- sNtu of Culticold, Mi Kntou gue a gasp nntl discon- house a brilliant idea enme to him. He But It wouldn't curl at all when 'twas vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows of her discovery to the walked over to the front window of tho nected account torrid. before you buy. Farm Wagons by the Town Topics. fust Miss Knton, who wns still in letl. house and then with extreme caution at Prices to Suit Miss Katon couldn't underThn first backed Ids way out to the street again, the Times. Call and Sec us. Trouble! of Matrimony. stand what was meant, but she bccaims taking care to put the big shoes back Cobwigger-jM- y wife hasn't spoken a convulsed with fright, luctvly through in the footprints nlrendy mnde. single word to n.e for two days. It has W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Kympathy. Then he took up his homeward jourdriven me crazy. Christine, the Swedish girl employed ney again, but ho thought of tho Katon llrown Yet only last week you told jus u for the maiden la- girls, so he favored them with a special me bhe was a woman who talked you to dies, heard tho noise and eainu to tho set of footprints, nnd afterward did as N. Y. World. She Milorously chul herself much for Mr. Johnson, whom ho dis- death. Making It ricuaaut. tlvc house from end liked very much. nnd Cleverton Miss Twilling rejected me to end, lifting every coverlet lohlnd tho Methodist When he reached Ship them to us. We nre in a position to make it dec! JeJly to your Interest to do so. "We handle every tiling raised on a fnrm on commission ; so if you have any thills' to sell, avail w hlch man or boy might hni o concealed church corner he realized that he might the other night, buthhe let me kiss her yourself of our services. We do an immense business and have more buyer? than, other himself. to his home, so ho chnnged before we parted. lo tracked houses. Correspondence invited. Trice currents mailed free ou application. Dashaway (reflecting) 1 think I'll There, wo? no mnn In the house and shoes again, with a great deal of hopCO. (lucorp'd), The Leading Commission Merchants, and propose myself. Ihirc was no sign that any man hnd ping nround in tho snow to keep from go round 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street. LOUISVILLE. KY Enquirer. Cincinnati been there during the night, although losing his balance while he wns standdiscovered, to her horror, ing on one foot. Miss Knton 8jrmiuthetlc. When ho learned how successful his that the snow on the. window sill hnd Mrs. OToole Ownly think, Mrs. THK IJLUK GRASS HhRD K lcon disturbed s if by n man crawling exjierimenthnd been he kept quiet, and Mulligan, thot baby ov Mrs. Finnlgiu's fsiTiii't. ". 1 srar : tj i .aMrSLXt. allowed the tale of tho monster foot- fell the whole of folve btories, an' wusn't Dutoc.Jersey Jtf. JL!a A in ntthe window. JC3."tOrJ. hTWtfiiiVVvra "What large tracks," shivered the first prints to become a suburban classic. A'T'fSPWk hurt a bit. M P'ceJor wrre circled Jtin tr.i ' 'e "f 7ii- Chicago Ilccord. '4kv0 ff ren MLss Knton ius she sunoyed tho hideous Mrs. Mulligan Poor woman an' she of tliit lament breed of tine In levetal rt "'"?-. I A splendid lot ol yls cf difrrut rtatfs&l-trail ncruss the front ynrd. "Ohl" will shin ov thim tcr support! Truth. Statet 'n iiiiimi Saff'a-t(or sal. Bud ioi a THE UNDER EARTH. Tho tracks wero nit her largo for a uiropnnnrnre a nciir" Auote guaranteed. It All Depends. fuct. A foot that measures 13 inches Mali's Dependence L'on l'roducta IJHOKAUGII, "Would you say 'a man went huntfrom heel to toe goes above, any kuov?n Crab Orchard, Kv. " tho Surface. ing,' or 'a man went shooting?' iiiciiige nnd is supposed to leloug only So slow-- wns the odvnnco in tho util"Well, it is a good deal owing to what in burlesque llteratuiv. ization of tho earth's products .that ho had in his game bag when he got ut tluu wore real tracks. when our ancestors llrst came to tills back I "Chicago Itecord. Tho Knton Bisters, or tho "Knton country thero wero notmore than about Diplomacy. girls" as they were still tcrnicd, out of 20 substances other than building "Tlnvr viiii nntl (ieorm? had a miarrel. compliment, stood together at tlio win- stones or gems which were won to comdow after breakfast. They saw Mr. merce from tho under earth. These Clara?" "No, indeed. It is getting too nenr Kallartl JoUhmdii, who liveil In the first were scantily used; tho amount of iron liotiM to tho east, come, along the side- required per capita cackyenr probably liny , birthday for 1110 to quurrel with dec-godenr fellow." walk. did not exceed five pounds, nnd the Occasionally lie stopped and shook his amount of coal consumed was even of superbly appointed Not reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-ichead, nntl then ho walked on with his lesB. At present the nnnual consumpShe That's the only arm I ever had through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriutan, Chattad ground. tion of iron in this country amounts around me. eyes fixed on the nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, Jcw Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, Tho Katon girls rushed to the door nnd to about 250 pounds, and of coal to more He You're wrong, my dear; I had onil q j 0 """ J......WW.. . ..- - - Throiit'li Rlecninp- Cars to Knoxville. Hot SnniiES t. tho first Mias Katon shouted: "Oh, Mr. than iyi tons jer head. Tho num- my other nrm around you Inst night. and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mturoc N- - Y. World. Johnson, lime you seen those tracks, ber of earth materials and their , l'ttlW and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and products which cuter into too?" The ltleht Atnirer, Plinirp nf Rniif tr TVvn lTxtPo nnil tCalifornia. anJfV Cnn turned, apparently somewhat con- the arts is to bo reckoned by tho hunlie Teacher (to class) Why is procras- via New Orleans or via Shreveport. fused, nnd replied: "llnvo I? Why, dreds; each year the number augments tination called the thief of time? ffc IA. "" 1 Clirtr lino frrm, llin Ttlii-- rtrnca fS.inc ir fS.rirm.ltl tnickR lend up to my front win- with surprising rapidity. Measured by thoso Boy (at foot of class) Because it ' dow. I thought at first Eomo one had the quantity of tho materials won from takes a person so long to say feSfl&fJftty Free Parlor with everj' accommodation to patrons. Bay os pot Into tho house. Did you ever sec a tho depths, the civilized man Cars Lexiugton to Cincinnati. Cate, rarlor and uoscn'a- ptti!fj Q ancestors in tho City Chat. compared with his man with feet as big as these tracks?" tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and UotU to Shine. "No, but they're real tracks. What I tlmo of Queen Elizabeth, has increased Chattanooga. JIf!sfS5tfT2iLfcl''t?-- I "Blanche is a brilliant talker." understand Is how tho mnn ever his dependence on tho under earth can't Chas.W.Zell, "Of course; she has lantern jawa, W. O. Binearson, to our by not less than 60 fold. Prof. N. 8. got away again after walking up Pip. Fastr Agt., Cincinnati. 0 0. P. .1.. Cincinnati. 0. Chicago Record. Bhaler, Be. D., In Cbautauquan. window. My; I'm so scared." -. I Till tho tide of lir t una low If you lovo me, tell me no. If you lovo me, tell me no, While tho rlvor'B dreamy Dow hour, Holds the with Hteerd In music, crowned days flowers; Kro tho summer's vlbrnnt Vanish In thn opal haze; lire Is hushed tho music flow If you lovo me, tell mo so. If you love me, tell me so, bet me hour the sweet words lowl Let me now, while llfo Is fair, Koel your kisses on my hair; While In womanhood's llrst bloom, Uro shall come dark days of gloom, In tho first fresh dawning glow If you lovo me, tell mo so. Milan Whiting. In Atlanta Constitution. "Well, I'm going to follow these, tracks uud see whero they go to." Tho first Mbu Kntou closed tho door, and Mr. Johnson continued to follow tho trail, leaning forwunl like nn alert Indian scout, Mr. Johnson had not proceeded for before ho met Mr. Morton, who discovered the Buburb buforo the. firet house was built, "Aroyou looklngat these trackB?'' In- "Miss Cayenne paid mo a compliment lawst night," said Willie Wlshlngton. "One of the sort she makes a specialty. She told roc. Bhc thought J. had a pleas- lit Compliment. UTTER(CIC w ant disposition." "How did she know?" "That's what I asked her. Sho sal.l nnj'one could .co that I was easy to please by the way in which I laughed at some of my own remarks." Wash- JMTTERNS. J .H. OTTER, Danville, Ky. MONTHLY A I ! FASHION SHEET, FREE. dls-jos- al nt Ik-c-d CLOTHING! CLOTHING! h 11 real-tIt'lit- H Can Not Be Excelled. W. E. aaaaBBaBaammaamammamamaaaBBBBB L 1 aaammaaaaaamamaaaW aal PERKINS, Crab Orchard. i V Hub-tir- I OVERSTOCKED! Harness : and : Saddlery, FARRIS & HARDIN. ncr eo-,pl- e foot-,prlnt- ii. Eocking Chairs. base-burne- r. One like this for only $2.75. Ik-ci-i free-and-eas- y well-know- n Undertaker's Goods WITHERS, 11 Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons s plt-a-p- at - Car-Loa- d B' "TO-EtrEl- T. well-nig- h ue. ,1 went-throu- gh EGGS AND POULTRY. R I HERNDON-CARTE- to-nig- ht 313-31- -- a-- I a0rnm 'jsfjit " 1 ' I sre-ia- 't Jle-nrn- tli R. II. (' -- .. . w THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE e Tnot-cnnvill- Tit-Hit- s. Lcft-Huudc- snow-covere- . u - to-da- y, it -- -- -- uiaf5i m . . A ..- !,-!- -. -& . ,fc .'-i .. iHiimlii-ttrl- ':- - e. j.-jnf- -- - .. . t Shohtist routk to Lodisvilli. The As made up goods Aro purchased from to six months beforo they art placed distance from Lexlnaton' to Louisville four on salo, a buyer musk bo able Almost to haabepn greatly shortened by tho - April 17, 1896 MOST RESPONSIBLE AND BEST PAID fool K?-- . Stanford. "cut off," just completed. 0. A what tho styles of tho fntpro will WOMEN'S WORK. bo when "selecting sampW- - na tho O. trains leaving Lexington nt 8:15 a. m. models are called, after which nre'inado and 6:05 P. M, daily, reach Louisville nt Standard Utile 0. : iJccord 2.10J E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Cell Xrfjrn Writ of Huyrro aud Dram tho gowns aud other garment to bo sold 11 00 A. M. and &&0 I M., two hours and Will mnke the season of 1800. mer Atnnnr thn Kr.tr Srx They Muit tho ensuing season, Tho risk is espe- 45 mlntltPH. Tim C A fi nnv ban the cially great in tho buying of fnrs, ns it is shortest 1,Y WALSINGHAM lilCO.siro of Latitude 2:10 and 7 or S others In the II Keen and Farncelng For Hartal m line between Lexington andSIUED Queen tfc Orescent to Cincinnati for the ll.t hardly possiblo to foresco or oven to Louisville, Is the only line with double anil Coming- Style. tlnm Tinsel ball Bame, Only f I for the ..by Messenger Dnroc 100, son of Hnmblctonlan opening coujecturo just what kind of fur may and take tho feminine fancy half a yeur dsily, limited vestibuled train service. sire of Klnino 2:20. the dam of Norlaine, vcnrllnir round trip from Junction Oily to CincinCupjriKut, 1SW, by tho Author. Frnnkfurt and Shelby ville are the only after purchases aro made, or what freak points which record 2:3 J nati, Sunday, April 19ib, to see the at t'lece trains stop. ' of somo foroign lender of fashion may -- l,nmIk,SH Sister to James Howell. Jr., by Hanibletoninn 10 Louisvillo and Cincinnatia in the open cnuso totally unexpected changes in the sire of Dexter 2:17J ing series of the season. Special train An Affidavit. shape or material oi fnr garments, thero-b- y Silniit Jessie Sayro 7 a. m.. Returning leaver by Hrry ciny 15, siro of tho dams of St Jullnn2:llJ leaves there at that on Mar Itth I walked to ThUtitJCertllr throwing on tho dealer's hands a Mellca'a diuf itor on a pair of cruichra and Ample accomHotline 3:1U) and 12 moro tlint hnvo produced 2:30 Cincinnati at 6:30 r. m quantity of oxpensivo aud out of date bought abottHif Cbauiberlatn't 1'im Halit for modations for every body. Take advanInflammatory rheumailim which had crippled me trotters; also siro of the dam of Kli,ctionecr,sirc of Btock, which is too valuable and too unup. Alltr uln three botitta I am complctily tage of the low rate. Aek the ngentB for louin tlm L'tfU list salable to be "worked off" nt a loss at cured. I can checrlully rccommtiidrd it Cha. by Liberty. mi of Lnnce. bv American Knllrwn particulars. tho bargain counters and by "special H Wttrcl, Sunhurjr, I'a, before me on August 4 dam. and mbtcritxd to Walslnghnm LMM.siro of Naboth, is one of tho youngest sons of Oeorga Wilkes 6ales." All that can be dono is to hold 10,8otn Walter Miipman, J, V For the occasion of the Southern Bap1894 Mockr,ri For tale at 30 cents per bottle by Ciaig 1.... . . over tho stock till tho fashion swings er, Stanford, Kv. ou, nrconiBtss, who Mrcn unrrj Wilkes 2:1!IL Guy Wilde 2:15J, Miku Wllkca Convention, which will convene at tist around to it again, which it is Euro to -- :io, ncox uuti and 02 .others in the 2:30 list; also II Chattanooga, Tenn., May 8 14, inclusive, hieing son nnd 10 pro- do if ono can but wait long enough. During the winter of iSn K M. Martin, ol dlichltr (InilL'liters theQ AC. Railway will sell tickets to If a buyer thinks that a certnin stylo tk. -- nttotli is a bay hone, 10 hands high, fonlctl Juno 25. 18S8. Hi pedi- w Chattanooga, Tenn., und return, at ntte speaking ol of anything will ploaso shoppers, sho whicjlutithim with a cough Inseveral kln.lshr of I uixl he says: he cured .,rt,e contain thelilmwl f I ti,,l,l..t, .,!., ! wm.. .'iiwiiurniii . Vjinei,, ,.,. .1. r, of One Limited First Class Fare for the "v I not, ; " iinve, 'ei" gives a largo ordor for it if in doubt, a couch strun but found no reliei . unt II I bought a ' t rtich and llnrrv Clav Dottle 01 unamneriam a couch hemrily ronndtrip. Tickets will he sold May very small ouo. Tho book buyer, for in- relieved ine almost Instantly, and in a short time Cth to to 8th, inclusive, good to return stance, will not buy moro than a dozen brought about a con plet cute." When troubled with a this remedy ami ILi-sTin- e copies of a now author's book. If that notfiodcouch or cold u try several kinds you w. t -15 days from date of Bale, but limit on it uecr ary to be for ' M.n.Ls, fr f tTtr It ha h.... vim awb number soils rfnickly, she feels safo in tickets may be extended allowing 15 M tlno SBtldle ntnlllon tears and constantly grown in favor and topu ar ropoatiug aud increasing tho order. ity. days additional time, provided they are cor sale at J and so cents per bottle by Craig & ordering of gowns, Tho selection nud 1L deposited with Joint Agent at Cbatta IX etc., take placo either in tho upper rooms Hocker, Mar.lord Ky. m 7 sooga, on or belore May 14th, 1S96 of tho dry goods house or in thoso of tho Will also maVo the preciitMMion of 1S!M) at the low price of EIGHT POLLAHS to ARLY in the thirties the Le Two Lives Saved. Queen City Jockey Club, Newport, Ky. Mrs. of Junction City, insure a living colt He Uelegantly bred nnd a sure foal getter. I will aKo stand Boutillier Bros, of New York manufacturer, who submits to tho buyer told by Phoebe Ttotnss, had consumption III., was her doctors she On the occasion ot the inaugural meeting first tried tho experiment in the models ho has received from that there was no hope for her, hut two bottl.sand that of Dr of the Club, April 11th to 25th incluKirg'a cured her and thla country of employing head center and originator of mode, she New DUccverv iys it savaa her life, Mr. Thoa. Paris. Hut by no means is all accepted 119 sive, tickets over the Queen & Caeaccnt saleswomen in the dry goods Florida St., San tianclsco, suflered Irom a dieac-fNotk-Owito tho hard times and tho low price of stock. I hayo gruHtly re. cold, approaching consummion. tileil without business, hoping that the re- that is sent Route will be sold to Cincinnati at 1 3 is known in tho French capital that rciuu every iniar eufl I Den bought one bottle ol dticed scaxon fee of my horses nnd Jacks and considering thoir Individuality and It duction in wages would enable thorn to King's N . uikqtkt iqu m iivo wcras was i fare for the round trip. Five daja to re,, ., , , .. .. American women will not blindly fol Or. turn, but not later than April 2Gth. Ask undersoil their rival, A. T. Stowart, Tho low any fashion, howover popular cured, lie Is naturally thankful It . .... ... nrecuillL'. IMOV stnuu lower man nnv in lllO Mnte. cunning Scotchman slyly allowed them Stable two nilM South of HuslonvilU., 01. tho A CnrpenU-r'i- t 1 Station agents for particulars. to continue without seeming to notice un- abroad, and tho caterers to tho Ameri- colds. Flee, trial bottles at W. II. MeKobtru tilke. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A , Cincinnati til tho Frenchmen proved their innova- can trado therefore submit to our dicta- Drug store. Regular sue 50c and fi'. J. IC HA I'OH. MAN, Htistonville, Kj. O. tion n success, when ho simply followed tion; consequently many a stylo supOld People. suit, and even wont further in their ex- posed to bo 6trictly Parisian was made Uld people who req to periment by sending women on the nt tho suggestion of metropolitan man- the bcwe'.i and kldnej,stire medicine true regulate will find the remedy ufacturers or of our women buyers. in tWctilc Hitlers. This medicine does not roql us drummers. In this branch they and contains n whisky nor other intoxiIn addition to this method of obtain- cant, bu acts as a tonic failed, not from incapacity, but becauso and an alterative. I acts I will from dow on deliver the Stanford Factoryks Will mnke the season of ltIM. nt my the newness of the idea niudo country ing tho latest modes, a foroign buyer is only on the stomachs and bowcli.ailJing strength Ice regularly every morning. Price giving tone to tne organs, thereby aiding naMnblii.'! miles from Sinn ford, on the Dandealers shy nnd awkward in bartering attached to ovory largo' dry goods house. and in the performance oi the functions, Elec.Morgan Poninurk is n b.iy Rtiilllon, lit ture Sho goes 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. with women, but the novelty nnd em- purchases twico yearly to Europe aud tric Hitters is an excellent it appetiier and aids di- hands hijjh He is ftplendidly bred, an a ville IMke, gestion. Old people find Just exactly what thiy whatovcr sho thinks will barrassment hove long been roleguted to per b.ttle at W. U. McKoberta' glance at bis (Ktligrco will show, llu will At $5 need. Price Insure LlvlngColt. Any amount between 10 and too lbs t Kclo. the past, nnd "lady drnmmers" uro now provo attraclivo in tho Amoricuu mar- drug store, Daid the first of rach AH bills muit positively be make the jiresent season of 1SDC nt our ket. To n woman fond of travol aud its Hcis a hlnck stnllion, 10 hnnds high, as plentiful ns successful. E. BREMER n nth. Mablcon the new Lancaster pike, 5 miles by O. F Cluy, tlnm by Win, Welch When women first entered tho busi- changes of scene tho position of foreign Bucatlln'a Arnica Balvo Will nlM)tiiiul ii good black Jack on from Danville, ness, they were considerod capable of buyer is even more agreeable, than that The best salve in the woild for cuts, FOUR" ROUTE, tho eatno terms. Marw trndetl forfeit tjic of tho homo buyer, though both aro so sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter,bru'tess selling only insignificant articles, such chapped hands, chilblains. corns and all skin eruptions, Beit Line to and From as those on the "notion" counter, nnd enviable as to mako them veritable it positively curea piles, or no pay rcpuircd. It Is At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. season. G. A LACKEY. handkerchiefs aud stockings. Tho high- queens of trado. Their employers havo uaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money Care taken to prevent accldunU, but CHICAGO, Stanford, Ky. refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For sale by est weekly pay of the ordinary pioneer confidence in thoir judgment, giving W. II. McRnbris,diug(lst. not responsible should any occur. them authority to dispose of large sums. Solid Vtitlbuted Train, with Buffet Parlor shopgirl was $5. That. is tho lowest sum Lieu retained on colts for M':iMn monCart, Elegant Coaches, Dining Can, Wagner n saleswoman now receives. The scale Their oolaborers defer to them ond It will be an agreeable surprise to penuns subSleeping Cart, and latest improved Private Com attacks of to learn that tradesmen contend for thoir pntronago. ject tomsy be had bil ous colicCnamboilaln'e prompt ey. Marcit traded beforo fact is ascertainfurnscends to f 40, but this sum includes partment Buffet Sleeping Can, magnificently relief by taking Colic, nished with toilet accestories in each compartother duties beyond that of selling, such If they mako a mistake in buying goods, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rcmrdy. la many in- ed makes season money due ment. Best terminal station. be preveotid b, i.Vmj Morgan Denmark was fonlctl in 1SS0. tho loss is not theirs, but that of the stances the attack may the first ns those, for examplo, belonging to the this remedy as soon as sjmpiom of the ST. LOUIS. firm they represent. Moreover, their disease appear, He h by On Time, sou of Stonewall Jack-fo- ' This splendid jsck will be jvcrmitted to "head" of a department and jo Wen only were intrusted with the success is achieved whilo thoy ore still er, 5Stanford,cent bottles for sale by Craig A Hock Jennets the Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, ltt dam Lady Morgan, by Stonewall serventinarrt and nenr Shelbr coming ma-Ky. my Coaches and Dining Cars, and U'agoer Buffet buying of goods until tho shrewd Stewyoung enough to enjoy its emoluments Citv at the Jackftou, 2d dam by Virginiut; 3d dam son prircoffarm Sleeping Cars. Entering St. Loui. oyer the New low and pleasures. But sinco buyers aro not A man's health is the rope by which he climbs by MatclilcM, 4th dnttt by Trnnsby. Merchants' Bridge, avoiding the disagreeable tun- art conceived tho idea of introducing born so, how aro they made? As a rnlo, to success. If h can keep his health, he will so nel. ready rondo drosses into his establishMorgan Denmark is one of the best bred $G and $10 to Insure Living on 10 success. Vet his health Is the very thing Oolts ment. Ho placed a young modiste at by ovolutiou from tho most humble con- neglects mere than anything else. It Is easier he addle stalliunH in Kentucky. Has good BOSTON. to kctp health, to regain it. The only Through Sleeping Car Line from Cin tho hoad of this department and sent dition in the whole business that of IcaJs himscll than It is down, when When a nun mane and tnil nud good, long, rangy neck. With lien retained until M'tson Is paid. he readies a Dou't fail to fco hi in Will also stand Farting with mare or Jennet forfeit .In cinnati. Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars. her twice a year to Paris to buy goods. coshgirl at n weekly pay of about $2. loss of vitalityrunning and energy, te must call a halt, surance This was the first woman buyer. She is A very young girl will soon display Tne strands ot hia tope are parting rapidly. Dr Hcrce's Discove- rKiiiiror U Jetblsuk wih white points, still alive, and wollV known to Now ability if possessed of any. It will 1m no thousandsOoldtn Medical this condition hasIt helped TWO GOOD MULE JACKS of men just in makes Id Unuis high, weighs l,15t) lbs., 7 years less quickly recognised, encouraged aud health, it makea pure, rich blovd, it forces out The "Soutnwettern Limited" Solid Vettlbuled Yorkers as Mm e. Connelly. At IC to Insure. old and is ftandard bred and rvgiMcrcd. germs. It doesn't make any Trains, with ttroblnatlcn Library, Buffet and From tho small beginning at the rewarded by promotion, and so, step by dilfeienccand killsname you call your trouble by what Smoking Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars. Elegant Call nnd see him and his colt which IIAUGI1MAX IIUOS, Coaches and Dining Cars, landing passengers in thread and thimble counter woman has step, slowly uloug tho whole lino of dyspersia, kicney diseaie rheumatism, consumption, Danville, Ky are Inrgc antl tine. disease, the "Golden Medical Disco v New York City at sad Street Depot. Posl ivr.ly penetrated into almost every ramificaprogression, from promotion to promo- erv" skin cure I S.TKVIS. wilt It absolutely None of these disNo Firry Transfer. tion of this great business, und of all tion to now ono, now tho other depart- eases can retain hi. Id on the body when it Is full of Be sure your tickets read via "BIG FOUR." pure bUn.d. d. b. martin, tho multitudinous positions held by hor ment, sho advances uutil by tho time tun, si k. o. Mccormick, Send staaps to cover tba coit of Passenger Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pais. & Tkt. Agt that of bnyer is the most responsible alio roachos womanhood sho has learned mailing only, and recciva free, a copy of Dr tho business from the ground up. She Fierce Medical Advise. . Address, World's Dia iH also tho most and the host paid. It pensary Medical Association, II u Halo, N. V. Uy the Great Che.Mcr Dare. secure, for, whilo tho mere saleswoman thus becomes an expert saleswoman, and ,lr VOU AKKGOING . Race record 2:24, 5th heat on is liable to bo discharged ut any moment, may be placed in chargo of cortnin stock 1st dam Daiay by Wallace Denmark. R NeWBleHpinif mile track. linn from Lexington. or at best to have her pay reduced in or made assistant to a buyer, being re2d ilnm by Dick Elmore hiimTHEhmm Ktenr.i. ltlcnzi was sired by dull seasons, the buyer, as a rnlo, has a ferred to as principal in the nbsenco of On April let the) O. A O. K. K. put on r Sired by !!d tlnm n tine saddle mure. coutract of one, two or even throo years, her superior. Sho has fitted herself for through leeper to Washington on F F. Belmont nnd out of Illnndinn, byMam-hrinthe position which she usually obtains V. fsiii leaving Louisville Wallace is a dark brown, 16J hands duration. Chief. Fence's dam wa by Almont at 8:30 a. m., This is made moro in tho interest of when a vacancy occurs through resigna and Lexington 11:25 a. m daily. high, foaled in lbl)2. Has more style than Arrlv Forrest, son of Almont Second tlnm by the employer than of tho employee, be- tion, sicknoss, death or other vicissitude, any dorse in this section. Wns succaa- or reason for retirement of tho head em- int; at Wnehinuton C:30a. m. aud New Outrun! Chief Fence Is a line individu- ful in many i cause women buyers are scarce, nnd in lugs, both saddle nnd bar-nYork 12:50 noon next da. Ifaturtiiiju. al, standing 10 ltiiuds high, dark brown, such general demand that they can al- ployee. Or n now department may bo last year a Nasjhvilic R. R. of which sho is made tho buyer. train lenvttt New York ti a. m., Wastiing-tc- perfectly sound nnd a horse of jjreat LouiaviLLC ways command situations. The smallest opened 2 25 r. m. nnd arrives at Lexington speed. He has shown a 2:12 gall. Will Most ladies when shopping will have annual salary paid to a woman buyer is J2.G00, tho largest $10,000, but this is noticed bareheaded, half grown girls S a. 31. and Louisville 11:15 a. m Thin mnke the season of INDO at iiy jihice II J Is the line Tor you, as its exceptional, tho average being 5,000. busily matching a bunch of samples; nrrntiKement gives thw people of Lex ,iir miles from Stanford on the lltisiouvUlo Full brother to Silwr King and the She receives no commissions, but ull hor they aro very particular in gottmg tho ton and Central Kentucky two drily piko Make.close connections at shade and texturo oxactly like- tho patexpenses aro paid. Living Colt. great how marc, Allied. (leepinjr car lines eHch wxy hikI thiee At $10 to Insure a Ily On Time. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Tho pay of tho malo buyer is invari tern, aud when satisfied they order tho For all points. ably in oxcess of that of tho womau, for goods to bo "scut up. " Theso aro the hours (juickeet time to all Eastern Cults. 1st dam Molly Mount, by Cabbcll's buyers of tho futuro who aro now inTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. no discernible reason beyond tho acciI.xlugton, Ac MY JACK, LOGAN, BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH dental one of sex, sinco tho qualities sensibly learning that branch of the King Is n light buy with Mime white For any information enquire of Full 15J ItaniU high, 5 jenrs old and that go to make the successful buyer business. Tho samples are those Sent at JOES. KICE. Atrent. marks, 10 hnnds high, foaled in ISM. He KyStanford, has proved a sure foal getter. Ho wn must bo identical in both persons, as aro the oponing of ovory season by tho largo sired by W. L nldwell's tlinnt, mil of a is the best saddle stallion in Kentucky. also the duties aud responsibilities. A establishments to thoir out of town cusgood dam. He will stand Above hoiMis will make the ronton of number of qualities are indispensable tomers, who select from tho samples tho ISiXl material of which they order dresses stable miles from Stanford to tho buyer. In addition to natural At $7 forMarea and SIO for Jennots, on ntn my vll!..-Combined bay ntnlliou, 10 hands high; piko, ability in that peculiar direction, a made up. The dressmakers' time is too to Insure n, Llvo Colt. Only Duect Like Between woman mns't havo long experience, good valuable, to .bo wasted in matching both hind ankles white. T. A. COULTER At $10 to Insure Living Oolts. Sired by Aiumi.i.aii Mkhknokk. judgment, excellent tasto aud great tact goods, so thoir small assistants aro asStnnford, Ky signed tho task. But all buyers do not Shortest.and quickest between in dealing with people She must bo Firht dam the William Lusk saddle Not responsible for accidents. Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, bold and solf confident enough to seize graduate from tho cashgirl class. mare, by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's JOB B. PARRIS. Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Many an iiioxpericnced girl enters u Drunnon,'!) Imp upon any and overy novel article that Drennon; 2nd dam by Falmouth and Covington. sho fancies will provo a "quick seller." storo as u moro "extra" during a holi- Highlander Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains She must possess a perfect knowledgo of day rush, but displays such aptitude for run by Central Standard Time. Abdallnh Messenger, Time Tablj Nov. 3, 1S9J. the valuo of the goods submitted to her, tho occupation that sho is offered a per Hunter, is by Messengerbiro of English nEOtSTKHEIt Chief, site of manent placo. Skill and experiouco lead and bo quick witted and shrewd in barNo. i. No 3. No. 7. Maud MebsCiiger, 2:10 TRAINS EAST. gaining for them. Every firm expects a to promotion, mid she, too, rises until a. ra. p. m. p. m. I will Maud English Hunter tho season 1JY SECOND JEWEL 18. 6 55 Lve Franklort A 00 4 s certain rato of profit upon tho money a bIio may bo brought very near the buy- of 161X1 at niv stable 3 miles from Shelby " Klkborn Tin: Great Snow St.w.i.ion, 4 aS I 30 7C8 Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. buyer has invested. This must bo deter- er, into whoso shoes' sho easily slips City on the Knob Lick and Turnersville 48 " Stamping O round 7 2; 4 47 " Georgetown!!... 7 45 3 IJ U inner of $500 Make at Lexington, when opportunity presents them for her piko SOi mined at the period of "stock taking" This fancy saddle stallion will make the a ao Art. C. S. Depot 7 50 509 which usually occurs twice a year in use. C Paris at our stable mile from won second money In Jo00 stake At Verseason of 18 830 4 00 S4 To tho buyer is duo almost all tho At $8 to Insure A Living Colt; Milledgoville, Lincoln county. Ky , on the sailles, winner of the aged premium nnd January and July when tho buyer must TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. sweepstake at Faris, also winner of other a. m. p. m. p. m. 6how the amount of profit for tho season great "bargain" sales. From timo to Money due when colt is foaled or marc Stanford and Milledgeville pike. Owing a. m. premiums in 181K1, since which time he C. a 40 Lve Paris 6 00 9 05 of six months. If loss than expected, it timo sho goes through her stock, sorting parted with, " C. 8. Depot" .... 10 07 637 to the scarcity of money, wo will stand lias been in the stud. proves that tho goods huvo not been ju- out certain goods which havo remained, B 10 10 " Georgetown 6 40 6 40 5 55 Eaglu liird is a beautiful brown, with him " Stamp's Gro'd 10 8 6 58 I will also stand contrary to expectation, rather long on 7 7 diciously purchased or too many for tho " Elkhorn 10 46 7 15 a Living Colt. small star, stands a over 10 hands, has u At $10 to Insure hand. Theso aro placed on tho burgain 8 13 demand, and thoy havo to bo reduced 'lowing mane and heavy tail Arr Frankfort A... ti 00 7 30 Eagle llird was sired by King Eagle, and "worked off" at bargain sales at a tables, marked down to half what they Money due when colt comes or mare is SUNDAY TRAINS. ;ost. winner of more than 10 blue ties. loss to the house. parted with. Mnres grazed or fed at reaLeave Georgetown 10 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort 1st tin in by Star Eagle, best son of A firm of merchants contemplating At 5 to Insure a Living Colt Sam is by A buyer must bo bu tho constant look11 00 a. m. sonable rates. Not responsible for acci Lexington Leave Frankfort 4 30 p. m. arrive Georgetown out for uovoltics and eternally vigilant tho purchase of a bankrupt stock usually one of Lvle's imported JHcks and out of Stldnin by Hamlet Denmnrk, son of 5 17 p. in. lest some other establishment gets ahead iend their buyers to look over it in bulk Dollie Woodw, she by '1 ully's Warrior and dent, should any occur. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecGilt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, lla.xy Washington Denmark. Sho must be and value it. Sometimes the salo is ef- out of an imported Jennet. Sam is H tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all of the one sho represents. !Jd dam by Harris' Denmark, son hands high and just ns thick as he is high, mane and tail, 15 hands il inches high, of points South, East, North and West. diligent nnd perhovoring, and, unlike tho fected without this by tho respective or in other words ho is just as big lying Miller's Denmark For further information apply to their agents. lawyers of tho contracting parties. Tho down as he is standing up Sam's mules was foaled Sept. 0, 1881, and is a perfect Gen Pass. Agent.. male buyer, absolute sobriety is demand C. D. BERCAW, Eaglu llird will mnko the 181HJ GKO. B. HARPER, Hec'r & Gen.Sup ed of her. stock when delivered is distributed when matured measure from 15 to 10 saddle horse. Gilt Edge was showed as a at hi-- stable 2 miles West ofseason of on Stanford Frankfort Kv Sho, howovor, outnumbers him, in among the various departments to which hands high. Little jack, little pay but a and took the sweepstake prem- the Shelby City piko at the extremely proof of which it will bo sufficient to it belongs, tho buyers fixing the prices, big mule. of B. P. POWELL. ium nt Kirksville aud Danville and in his quoto but ouo great metropolitan house often much below tho actual value of own ring nt Hnrrodsbiirg Those who TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A UVINC COLT with a staff of 37 buyers, 2G of whom the articles. The object is not so much want to breed to a good saddle stallion are aro women. In all establishments they to muko money on tho bankrupt stock Money or cash r itsolf as by the advertisomont to attract cordially invited to look at our horse and when a living colt nolo will bo roiiuired buy tho clothing worn by women aud is obtained by children of both sexes. They buy an extraordinary crowd to tho storo, see him move. Eaglo llird is ono of the greatest Ho was sired by Second Jewel, ho by horses in Kentucky, ns his record In show ouco inside of which a woman is likely tho fancy goeds, jowolry, The above fine black Jack with gray points will 181).') t my place, tbe laces, glassware, hotiso furnishing to mako all hor purchases thoro. To give makeHelm season of 1E40 Hlnnlord and ire old llr-ve- Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Washing- will attest. As a breeder- - of line, good bhclby City ton Denmnrk. fairn.o the colored, high styled colts he Is goodB, millinery, cloaks, wraps, perfuma shopper no oxcuse for leaving tho pike, at His tirst dam Miuniu by .McDonald's ery, books, stationery and frequently premisos is the reason why lunch coun- $7uto Insure a Colt 4 Months Unicorn. 2d dam by Wells' Cnibader, his Mares from a distance will he furnished CURES NOTHING BUT PILES' silks and velvets. In short, women buy ters aud restaurants wero introduced inyears old, 15 bands nign and is a first dam by Stoncwnll Jackson, ho by grrtss after May 1 at 51 50 per month nnd John everything oxcopt mon'H clothing and to many of our immense dry goods spletdloK is 4 k, individual. Dou't btetd till you sec him. Washington Denmark, ho by Uhick must bo pnid nt the removal of the marcs. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE . snch goods as require uo taste o in scleo-tio- houses. Shrewd appreciation of tho lie was foalttl and raised bv J K Hauchman, of his first dam by Ciusnder, ho by Caro will be taken known for 15 yonri as tho a inlen Hustonville. He hat cloven such as cloths, shirtings, sheetings, of feminiuo humanity has proved a did breeder of large colts, aahimself to be get at Old Whip, 2d dam a Ilocky Mountain and escapes, but willto prevent accidents seveialof. his not be responsible BEST REMEDY for PILES. muslins, flannels and other to enterprising Mr. lUughman's will show. Marcs kept marc, should any occur Farting with or re' Tho sale of such cumbersome woolens. tourco of large revenuo women. BOLD MT ALL IlltVaQISTH, rates Care taken to prevent accidents, MADISON SANDIDQE&SON, goods is merchants dealing with moval of mares forfeits tho insurance. rJICHAZi:CW VED CO.. S7. LOUIS, but notlrespons ble should any occur, Celia Logan. Milledgeville, Ky. 1 FRED P. BISHOP, Stanford, Ky. t kSWJBMS? also in ado wholly by men. Sew-Weekly Interior Journai DRY GOODS QUEENS. 8he'-hyvil- le NABOTH 10016. -.' 1 - 1 iiii Ar ... 5 1 . ....... n, 1 A.t m 5 to Insiire a, Oolt. WILLIAM L. httr, TWO GOOD ng ul JACKS AT $7. Mori-lan- 1-- I wi.cicroVireUJI'.: 1 ICE. siira-lua- te Morgan Denmark. BARNES, No. to 21,739. ;c "BIG ILL. I EMPEROR No. 27. il ! NEW YORK. ooe-ce- FlENOl WALLACE DARE, NORTH WEST, one-ha- ll cr o e, u Double Daily Trains ROYAL : KING, - - ENGLISH HUNTER. C Ky. Midland R'y, 1 llu-to- Cincinnati and Frankfort GILT EDGE 261. EAGLE BIRD. 1 -- SAM SMALL Cab-bell- 's , low-pric- TABLER'S BUCKEYE JOHN K. 1 brio-a-bra- OINTMENT y uiisur-paste- d. 0d, Den-mnt- C u, na-tur- atiea-S'oab- le j B.P.WOODS. "'Sft- - . i.aW"" ''' "' pJLjjl-j- ! iifcn. t&;.4i,..;U, " t-- 'fi'-'t- i 1 ' f t tf . wtfiMMta4MaaVMaMvMft i! .jv.-..yr.- ' JZu Mi. 1 IJ. -- aW''ji t"r ,.i'i iT,lin L- '- f i' '; Stanford, Ky-- , Interior Journal - Sthaw lints at Shnnke'. JJklt buckles 20c upwards. Siiikt waist eets '2oa Danka. Bnioc and sand for Stanford. Bale. J. B. Hlg-Rin- Gkt Tarn O'Shanter, sailor and Malsgar atraw bats at Shanks' for the kids. Ick boxes, refrigerators and ice cream fretzera at Higgins A McKinney's. .1 i Our Silks the Most Stylish and our Soda watkh Monday at Penny's Drug NonniKST lino of belts in all correct J. II. Bauiiiiman A Co. are preparing Shirt Waists the most Perfect in the Btylea at Danks. Get one. Be in the to E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Store. build a cottage on Mill street next to market. Remember that for quantity, qualEd Wilkinson's. Mr. U. S. Traylor, their "Fin i ay, local Hhowere, cooler in tho swim. ity and price of Black Goods. Watch for new datu for our Jewelry afternoon." Wantkd. My patrons to know that I engineer, will occupy it. MS Auction. It will pay you. Q. L. I'n-nCol. Boone continues to boom his Mhn'a fancy shiru at Shanks', Sweat am ngain wll and able to work. Mary D. exor. Smith. "Black Diamond and is intererfi ut StiiuikH'. esting capittlists in tho scheme. The We invite you to inspect our line of Wash Zuiolkh shoes are the best, most comPERSiINAiJOINTS. Window screens aud screen wire at fortable nud most stylish. They are sold colonel means business and we trust his Fabrics before purchasing and we guarantee 6kck U very 111 with typhoid W. U. Wearen A Oo.'h. Ohi.and dream will not prove Utopian. at Shati ks'. pneumonia. m t to please you in all purchases. Our Clothing . Pkktty pink and purple prints at popOol. W. 0. tyiacii wont to Lnwrence-bur- jj Dirt for the big reservoir was broken Oosstaiilk T. W. Bailey dtllvered Stock is clean and complete and the most ular prices at Shank'. yesterday. nt the water works yesterdiy nnd it is to Hanibal Glvens, colored, over to Jailer , perfect fitting goods to be had at any price. DeBorde yesterday. He was tried beis down with an Dk G. W. Bkonauoii Fi.ow ku Pots all sizes at Warren A be completed in GO daye. fore Judge Camnilz at Hustonville for attack of lumbago, Shanks' Model Grocery. Stem-ford- . Foil Salk. Two wagonettes, one car- breaking into CbaileB Wheeler'a store MibsGkohciia Wiiay hua been quito .Mewinal and toilet soaps at popular rying 10 and the other 10 passengers. Al- and held over till circuit court. sick, bulls up again. so thtee diummers' wagons, cheap. M. of Louisville, has prices. Craig & Hockor. Mn. Ki Both Fkkt CutOff. Yeatorday when 8.AJ, W, Baughman. been visiting his sweetheart. George Wiseman, an Thkkk house and lota in Stanford for tramp, Will Sbvkkawck is in the city buying sale. Apply to W A. Trihhle. Thk public school will close a very sue who claima Hamilton, 0., aa his home, KOods for Soverance it Son. Miss Jennie West, attempted to jump from No. 37, aa it ceBsful term MibMahy I'owbli. spent severl dajB Gaiidk.v Seeds in bulk and papers at the principal, will begin a select school passed Junction City, he was jerked unWarren k Shanks' Model Grocery. with Mrs. Joseph Severance. next Monday, to last six weeks. der the wheels and had both feet cut oil". Mn Tiiompkinb, of Lexington, is He waa stealing a ride. Xbw belt bucklfa, shirt waist Beta, etc. On account of the illness of our auctioneer we have been compelled W. J. Fields had a writ aworn out for I or daughtor, Mrs. Win. Goocli. have arrived. Danks, tho jeweler. secMr. James Koblnsou, of the Hubble Owing to the accident suffered by MIbb to postpone our auction sale of Jewelry till the Ms. J. W. Habtiw, of Pittsburg, is the guest of Mrs. A. 0. Martin, at May wood. Four Lincoln county bonds of $500 tion, a few days ago, charging him with Georgia Lewie, the Madam Jarley Wax setting his dogs on cattle belonging to Works exhibition, haa been postponed each for sale. Apply at thin ollico. Mn. It. L. Kt.Kix and Miss Mattio the first named. He will be tried Satur- till Friday night, 24th. The price of of Garratd, were here shopping Gardkn Hoes, Kukee, Spading Shovels, day. admission will be 25, 35 and 50c, tho Wednesday, Grolatter for reserved Beats, which aro on S. Uuaiim and Mrs. ifcc, at Warren A Shanks' Model Mb. m Mns. J. ThE Danville Advocate tells of tho asDue Notice of the Date Will be Given. cery. sale at W. B. McKoberts' drug Btore. la Mary J, Murphy left Tuesday for mm signment of Contractor John A. Lyttle Springs. Skk our ladies' and gentlemen's tan for but tho wnter worka people Thk latest scheme to work the farmer Miui. Maiiy A. Dawson, who has been slippers aud shoes. They are beauties. here say it will cut no tigure in the ful- is for a traveling salesman to go to him In feeble health for some tltno, wbb some H. J. McKoberts. fillment of his contract to build the reser- and sell him goods to be shipped from wowo yesterday. some city, the payment to be made In Plenty extra quelity chicken feed on voir. Mrs. Maiiy Loo an, of Ilustouville, is egga at a higher than the market price. hsud. Lay in your supply before it is all To Contbactohs. Bids are advertised visiting her son, Mr. Ira Logan. Bowl To make it all straight and right, the gone. J. H. Baughman & Co. for in this issue for the new Metnodist Ing Green Journal. farmer gives his note for the goods and chuit-inear Walnut Flat. It is to be 43 Mn. II. J. McltoiiKHTS took his wife Pkhso.ns desiring tobaccco prized or the traveling man glveB his for the eggs. 10 feet ceil and daughter to Harrodsburg Wednesshould se K. 1). Kowland, ol feel in length, 33 wide, with goods and salesman are never seen ing. Call at this ollico and see plans and The day to st ond a fuw weeks. llustonvlle, who limited aspecialty ol it after, but tho farmer's note turnB up at You will want new specifications. Mns. J. T. McltniiKHTS, of Mid. iiii the banir. Squirb MunriiY is enthusiastic ovor dleaboro, apunt Reveral iIhvh with Mr, That honeea are in demand here Ib MiDDLBiiUKO. Jason Wesley, who wa the fruit prospect, He says everything and Mrs. II. J. Mclloberfs. shown in the fact that Mr. J. 0. Florence, here from Middleburg yesterday, telle ua Mn. 15. L. Dcddkiiaii, of IOtiisvllle, Is is safe to date, with an unusually tine who is building a cottage West of his that tho firm of J. H. Allen & Bro., of spending a few days with his parent, promise. store, had it rented to Train Dispatcher that place, has dissolved, and Ool. and Mrs. W. Hut! Dudderar. Mr. Mh. 0. J. Tiilrmoni) has sold his resi0. A. Mnoro several weeks before he Luin Allen will return to his that Mh. and Mns. Job F. Watkhh attendhome in dence at Junction City to Mrs. J. W. broke dirt for it. Pulaski. J. U. Allen will continue the n ed the marriage of hla niece, Mies We are showing ajsplendid line of New Pat VanArsdalofor 2,100 aud will move his to business. Theo. Weeley has moved into A Stani'ord College excursion llflm.at Danville Wednesday. family to Danville. and with a fine girl terns in the very best ingrains. Mn. J. K. Wtsr, a ood Garrard counMammoth Cave, just after commence- his new store-rooThe colors are strictly fast and they ty sound money democrat, was here L. at his house he is kept busy both day and Bituminous and L'anuel Coal mixed ment, is already being arranged. The are pire wool. the guest of his relative, Dr. W. (or Cooking Purposes cheaper than fc X. and the cave people have made es- night. Mra. Nancy Hatter, who has been B. O'Hannon. cheap. Also the celebrated Bird Kye pecially low rates anil the prcbability is ill for some time, died the first of the rMOUJ5E FURNISfllNOSll We have Beautiful Line of " .Mit TT77ifrTTu3?r Jr.n.mc Baioiiman, of Danville, nut. J. 11. Baughman A-- Co. hwm that a large crowd will go, na any reputa- weeK. whohaheen visiting Mrs. Kliza Haugh- ble person is invited. For further parOol. T. P. Hill made an address before To You. Having sold out my livery ticulars see Mrs. Nannie Saufley or any the law class of man ami Mrs. J. W. liaughman, returned Centre College a few business, I insist that you pay me what ol tho teachers. homo yesterday. days ago. The common law waa the f Pktbk Strath, Jr., and W. II. Brady you owe me, I hope this hint to the the lecture, and the speaker, in a Thk beautiful Spring weattier contin- masterly, fluent and lucid manner, saya will start to Louiavllla nn their wheels wiflu will be enlHcif nt. Geo. B. Cooper." Curtain Swisses, with White and Colored ues and vegetation is humping it- the Advocate, go as lar aa Sunday. They expect to reviewed its history. Mili.inkry. I now have my stock of self. Some of the trees are in full leaf Dots. We have a splendid stock of win Frankfort the tlrst day. science and broad application. Col. Hill millinery open and will be glad to have If you haven't one to fit your window we will make it Miss Anna Mit.NtritK was taken with a the ladies of Hustouville and vicinity to and the hills aud dales are covered with prefaced and concluded his remarks with dow shades. severe spoil just as she was getting ready call and see it. Mis Mac F. Logau, litis- a rich carpet of verdure. Gardening, strong and emphatic treatment of the for you any length, any width. Look at our Matting before buying. planting coru aud sowing oata seem to elemonta and qualities to leave Chicago for her home here and is tonville. ef true manhood Remember we will sell these goods only on their merits. of the population and engage still ill, her sister, Miss liesslo, writes. Christianity, punctuality, Industry, Wi have bought outG. B. Cooper's liv- garden Bass, oat meal and corn broad will honesty and economy so Mns. F.J. Anthony has been on n essential Jo a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs T. S ery business and need what you owe ub be cheap if nothing happens. successful and honorable career. Parsons, before leaving for California to to help pay for it. Don't put us oil any Thk house in Macksville occupied by The doctors took the town yesterday join her husband, whose health is very longer but come up like a man and set- Annie Scott and Maria Kobineon, colorand held it at their own eweet will. The tle. M. S. A. J. W. Hanghman. had. ed, and owned by Mayor J. If. Menefee, Central Kentucky Tins is the way the Courier Journal Medical Association Tub horse James Snutl-- y and Victor caught fire from a lamp Monday night held Its geUit: Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Lytle are the quarterly meeting in Walton's guests of friends at the Filth Avenue. ,Ballou were driving from Danville Wed- and but for the timely aid of the neigh Opera House and was called to order by Mr. Lytle is a prominent merchant of nesday ran itwuy. Ballon jumped out bora it would have burned. Ono report Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, president, with Secaud was considerably bruised up, hut la that the lamp exploded, while another retary Dr. Harrodsburg. Steele Bailey at hia post. Dr. Mu. Oscar K Koch received a telegram Satitley kept his seat and escaped un- is that it was kicketl over by a drunken Pittman read a paper on Acute Nephitee, woman who was at tho house on a visit which was from Madison, Ind , a few days ago sta- hurt. tho subject of a general disting that his aged grandmother, Mrs. Thk merchants of Stanford paid to Liykiiy Sale. Mr. George B. Cooper cussion. Dr. Price made tho report on Victoria Koch, was dead. She lived w ith First and Best, Klliott. colored, the 350 reward for has aold to M. S. A J. W. Baughman his Obstetrics and Gynecology; Dr. Pope Red Valentine, Mr. KocIi'h parents. the arrest of Dick Evans, whose houae livery business, lock, stock and barrel, on Waking Numbness and Dr. Dunlnp Black Wax. Extra Early, Mns. Foiimti'h It kid went to Danville was a depository for stolen goods. Elliott for $ 1,050. The purchasers have moved thnton Ante Partum Pelvic Abscess. Maud S., Golden Wax, Wednesday to meet her daughter, MisH then made Evans' wife a present of $15 the atock, buggies, Ac, to their btablot Those present were Drs. H. Brown, HusSix Weeks, Karly McLean's Little Gem Josephine, who has been spending the of the money. but have rented the stable formerly oc- tonville; A. D, Price, II. PJummer, A. winter with with Dr. and Mra. W. I. Champion of England, Cut Short, J. Thomas Price, Mr. Cooper and willhnvelt IIbstacrant. Mr. D. Hall, after be- cupied by public days. Mr. Cooper lost J. M. Mever, J. M. Dalton, Harrodsburg; Letcher, at Henderson, X. 0. London Horticultural. Large White Marrowfat. open on all II. M. Mim Clara Lackky, who has been ing in the employment of the C. S. barb money during hia livery exporiuice of Fayette Funlap, Danville; J. B. White Crease Back, enjoying life to ita fullest extent in St sistantnentat Junction City for the 15 months, notwithstanding he had a Kinnaird, Lancaster; 0. M. Thompson, a Bunch Butter Beans, Iouis for several months, writes her past seven years, has Opened a liberal patronage, hut he waa green at Kiugsvillr; P. Staimard Bohon, Curran restaurant opposite the depot at that Pumpkin Seed, Stick Butter Beans, friends thntshu is In Louisville now and nud hia lesson has been a Pope, Louisville; W. A. Carrier, Wilmore; place and invites hia friends to call mid the business Mill bo home in a few weoks. Onion Sets. Baughmans now have S. C. Perkins, Beo Lick; Ed M. Estee, Early Corn, Adams costly ono. The ArrKn hibernnting for the last six Beo him. largest atablo In the country and McKinney; J. W. Wesley, Middleburg; tho Mixed Sweet Peas. Old Colony Corn. months, the bright sunshine of WednesWt have received from the composer, ought to do a big business. They un- Steele Bailey, J. G. Carpenter, J. F. Pey day brought the sisters, Meddainea M. J. Mr. Charles W. Kremer, of Louisville, derstand it and keep fine turnouts. ton, L. B.Cook and W. B. O'Bannon, Northern Seed Potato stock better and cheaper than ever before. m Miller and W. M. Lackey, out of their tho "Tattler Two Step" dedicated to Miss Stanford, Bnd Dr. G. A. Traylor, Hubble. Come and get first pick. rooms, and they spent the day with b Elvira Sydnor Miller, of tho Times, which Youthful Kbi'Ucike8. Three Hii6ton-vill- e The afternoon was taken up in discusboys, Frank Lusk, Lewis Pinkertou sion of the papers read at the relativo In town. musicians pronounce a very fine producmorning old friend, Oapt. Franklin J tion. A fplomlid half tono engraving of and Len Taylor, foraged around and got session nnd at 3 o'clock the mpeting ad- Our enough rations for a week or two, and White, a gallant old soldier of tho Mexi- Miss Miller appears on the title page. juiiriieii. inn association will convene CARROLL DAILCV. DOC DRYB. then sot out to make their way In the next at Harrodsburg on the 3d can war, has been granted a pension. We Thursday Some people hereabout must think it world, In truo dime novel style. Thby hope it is suflicient to support the veler-a- n in July, wiienlJr. L. B. Cook, of this knight of tho case Bnd shooting Btick is more respectable to bo a republican went to a cave on Dlx River, where thoy place, will open tho discussion, on Choi than ituBed to be. At least some aro proposed to atay till echool waa ovor and Proprietors in eflfio the rest of his days on earth. era taking an active part, who formerly held then tramp to Missouri. But tho beat readInfantum, and Dr. J. M. Dalton will MisaGKOFaiA Litwisand Victor Bal-lthe report of the section on the were thrown out of Dr. Hallou'a bug themselves aloof from the crowd who laid plana often fail, for friends of the practice of medlcino. The visitors were STANFORD, KY. gy, which has to be gotten into with n ran the machine in thia county, it is boya instituted search for them and after dined by the local doctors at the St. As' Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, considerably another proof that nothing aucceeda like a day or two had them inarchiug home. aph. which had a fine spread. atep ladder, and both were and prepared tor sale. roadsters and Taylor and Luak were forced to walk saddlers bought and sold on commission. Good bruised. Madam Jnrley will limp a little auccosa, NEW ADTKRTISEMENTS. hall mile track and best stables in the country. 8 nt her exhibition, but she'll get there nil Lkq Brokk. Tho wife of Will Brown, from Danville to Hustonville, a distance got home the same. Good Goods and Low Prices is who ia in jail for the numerous robber- of 12 mllea, and when they description of tho big leap year ies committed in and around Staufordi they were willing to Bwear that tbey In ita I the Thing. ball at Lawrenceburg, tho Anderson started to town to bring him some clean would never leave it again. We haven't m We are reidy to receive bldi nn th wore c i News Iibb tlila of two young ladlea clothes. Her horse became frightened heard to what extent their jacketa 'nr.i'.' Church South to bo built neirWilnnt here: Mlas Mary Miller, of Lan- while coming down the Somerset hill dusted on their return. will be received until May nt. Specifications and pUnsol biilldln? lire now t the Interior Journal caster, wore n combination of pink Bilk and bIio waa thrown to the ground, Coulter. Mr. J. 0. Coulter, one of Building Committee at Walnut Klat.Ky. Batln, natural (lowers. Miss and black Is the Place. breaking the large bono of one of her tho clevereat men and beat democrata in II. u. HOLTZCLAW. Kato Cook, of HuBtonvllle, guest of Mlsa ankles. R. E. GAINES. Weduea-da- y the "Stato of Casey," waa here New Carpets, Matting, Wall Pa J. C.TUCKHR, LenaThuruian, wore white French orM td Committco. and told ub of hla wonderfully well Thk young ladlea who are getting up gandie, and carried a handsome aelectlon per, Furniture, Chairs, Window the Madam Jarley Wax Worka enter- preserved father, Mr. John S. Coulter, AflL SaaaBaaaw of American Beauty rosep. Shades. Always ready to comtainment tell us that it ia going to be the who celobrated hia SOth birth day a few Make pare quality and prices. Tho old gentleman la in fine a dayB ago. CITY AND VICINITY? funniest thing ever seen at Walton's May xst, 1896, it a point to see me before buyHouse and that hypochondiaca and health, aa lively aa a cricket and he only Straw matting at HbankB'. hysterical persona need not come unless a day or so ago Bhot and killed a hawk At 10 o'clock on the farm ol the late E. II. near i ing. milet Irora Stanlord, his they want to be cured of every ill that without the use of spectacles. He ia a ley, three tho following will be personalty con Exquisite Hambnrga at Shanks'. sifting ot sold: Two one i u V. W. fideli is heir to, either real or imaginary, fine markBtnan and woe be unto anymum, i aged mule, mule, geldiug, good brood mare, jennet. Thk warm sunshine has not only and made to laugh and grow fat. thing that ho levels a gun at. Mr. Coul- j jt... wiu mji Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, brought out the buds, but it haa cauBed ter expressed his regret at Casey coun-ty'- a Sheriff Nkwland nabbed Gustavo Stanford, Ky. Bhlrt wnlst girl to bud out in all her Mac Wheat and John Fine Jack, Cows, Yearling- Calves, the Iobb of Messrs. Rlory, a thing of beauty and a joy for- Kotschewor yesterday aa ho waa prepar- McDanlel, two excellent gentlemen aud Suckling Calves, Heifers, 33 sheep and fi You should see our lamb. ., II ... ... ... ing to leave for Louisville, on a warrant working democrats, who have recently 4ft Hhftat., . anw.. anil n.i. mu linn, cuiunir ever. . o 1 horse power, wagon, spring wac awornout by Mrs. Gette charging him movod to this countv. Lincoln, he saya, on, rake, zuower, shop utensils, j hemp biakei. . AiioutGO of tho prettleBt Rirla In all maliciously shooting her dog, The ought to go democratic with eaae with and other farming Implements. price of admis- with sums unutr $10 cash; ever that lerms. ah me creation, each worth tho accounts Is given to all mho young German waa fearfully excited, tbem at the wheel. For every democrat uiuuui.winiiui u Miuami vun o percent in- have been running have 60 days to with in that Thirty days trial on every one. come and over terest from date. Notes negotiable and payable sion to Bee and a half dozen or bo of tho business .Satisfaction guaranteed. E. Wright will run the eaid he did it because the canine who leaves Caaey, he Baya, two republi.etlle. in euner 01 me aianiord banks or tho Cltliens and me after W. over wore shoe leather but April acth and I will b glad for for ugliest men who killed his porcine, He will have a hear- - cans take bis place and there Is no hope one to trade with him. farm, ts also for sale. make up tbo caat of characters In the leg before Squire A. G. fbmon Ky. I MRA LUCV H. BKAZLEV, Exor, 14 Faulkner VANARSDALE. democracy there. Hustonville, for Jarley show. Ready-Mad- e y, Ai'im, 17, 185)6 upwards. Oankn. Toilkt articles, fine perfumes. Craig A Iiocker Cash Druggists. Our Percales Are The Prettiest, i 'trl We Are The Leaders! W. P. TATE, m Jfi i i to-da- Auetion Postponed. visl-tii- K 4 4 t Kl-ki- Latter Part Of April. Executor. Kock-caat- m G. L. PENNY, 41 n IT'S HOUSE GLEANING TIME, i m m Carpets and Lace Curtains, Shades, Poles, Rugs. 1 II Pink-erto- m yH-terda- aub-jecto- '' TTUPr.F !!p ii lag mvccAim - nine-tent- hs SEVERANCE & SON. la-ha- m Garden Seed in Bulk, WW w Pitt-ma- n, firat-cla&- m HIGGINS & McKINNEY. BAILED & ou Spring Cleaning. DK1TB, Traiiiinj; nud hale Stable First-clas- s Now is Tho Time. To Contractors well-kno- wn mm WITHERS' PUBLIC SALE. 3tar-oi- Op-or- On Friday, 1 i juai-ui- a 1 WITHERS, 1 1 mm - I 1 A Spaoiftl Invitation BUCKE YE cv-e- CBsUBilT i r, to-da- 13-i- m J. K. '"' tl Wmkk$tjhfi Mm& fr jjtt&l!&b V'JihMtim.mJii- - C 41 tm Jx i&iam 4 The Globe Anniversary Sale I ala Day of BARGAINS. Money Saved is Money Made. Best Value For The Least Money Ever Yet Offered in Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing. Largest Assortment to Select From In All Central Kentucky. .TTTST LOOK Black and Blue Cheviot Suits, worth much more, $5; all Wool Suit, $7.50. Best Suit in the Country Suits, $12, $13, $15 and $18. Good Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. Chilfor $10; Tailor-Mad- e dren's Suits from 75 Cents and upwards. Saturday and Monday only we will sell Children's Knee Pants, from 4 to 7 years, at 5 Cents a pair. If THrrs sxjdkt "5YrpiJ j iv n J W" QHfrfi 1TI !r k?u Ir5 OF PRICES ) Laundered Negligee Shirts, 50c, Good Quality Shirts at Only $1.50. Fine French Penang Fine Fedora Hats, worth $1, $1.25, only 80c. Better ones, worth $1.50, only 90c. Elegant line of Straw Hats just in from the East. Latest Styles. Many Novelties and Bargains. Don't forget to call on us. Strictly One Priee to All. Good Values At The Very Lowest Prices. THE GLOBE, J. J. W. McGlNNIS. J. W. COOK u charge paiut shop. In charge trimming shop. L. FR0HMAN & .A.S. PRICE, CO., PRORS., XSZen.Xr'u.cxlx.y- J. S. OWSLEY, JR McKINNEY. Somerset, Who represents the Old Reliable Mlchiean Mutu-a- l 3. H.JSbanks, PrBiident, in ConLife Insurance Cq., of Detroit Mich., can Or.IJ. a. OwsJey,.Cashier, gress from Vew Mexico, fcaa bent th write you all the moat favorable nlass 01 In.nr Blue-Gras- s WM.llrlght, Teller. ance. He a. so represents the old rthablo Central , &C record In the nepotism buvineHd by Tobacco Warehou of Louisville, Ky., and will STANFORD be clad tohavu a liberal share of your patrooare. liia own eona as a cadet one of Will be leady to conic r ail the Uvors that can lie All kinds of Fiult and Orntmental Trees, given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advancehmall Fruits, Asparagus, Grape Vines, at West Point and another hh a cadet at FEMALE : COLLEGE. ments madaon consiBomHnts, lioth in the fie. No agents. Buy direct ard save mcuey, OK STANFORD, KY. couutry, I will be at .Stanford every strawberry and genera! catalogues on 'ppllcation Annapol'S. In order that they may both STANFORD, KY. to court day. I'm ties wanting hogsheads, prizes or H. F. HILLIiNMEYKR, have two cbances in case- they should money should adJiess inu at l'alnt Lick, Ky. Telephone 3j), Lexington, Ky : : cCy, Capital Stock- - SIOO,000 Prompt attention guarantied. fail to pass In their examinations each is Dentiot, (9 6m WILLIAM SllEl.TON, President. Office on Lanv aster .Street, t Itusidcncc. for the other. named as au alternate, URS. NANNIE S. hAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Portland. San Francisco. 1 Aliani..H ..f Tho world's record on long tuunela thatih7,i..Kl .L. is. ' .'n'el o tha far Miss Emma L. Ma"in, residing Teacher in the oay Bug-giQt ..Totte "ank will be beaten by Colorado, as arrange ti,ii. the provisions N'ioal National in Stanford ! Siudr Hall; of tho Bank am from with everything- that ments are about complete J to make a are secured thi Uiss Mary Covren, Principil ot the Mule 'De- is Inew bacV prettrthe citiesMillinery stock, but by the stockhoIdersr lublhty capital and in the line. A visit partment; to my store wdl convince you that this stock Is tunnel through Pike's Peak, a distance i0 ,he ,,ock'M Splendid and well selectc Via The ne of s thi most corrplete. this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000! Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the of IS miles. The estimated cost of this ol Art and Elocution. Kiv. sworn sutfinent of Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. are made sjach ycarto thethecondilion of the bank tunnel is 120,000,000 und tho time re- Buggies, Carriages and Fhaetons, United M1SSLICC1E BKAZLKY, , nint and its assets are examined States govern. SUnford, Ky at stated times Second Session Begun Wednes-Surro)s, Buckboards, quired 10 years. hu securing addititoaa aKent, i& safety to depositors. day, January 22. While brooding over the idea that And the like always on hand Call In and look at ills institution, originally established m Deposit Ilank of Stanford in igjS, then r."rgaa themsud get my juices his family would suffer from waut, John So If d as the National Ilauk ol Stanford Vet terms, K.c, send for Circular or call. at the S. CARI'K.VTKR, tj) loiisvutc NtwAiBAitr tCHiCiicoflridj" in t College. Lehman, of Chicago, shot bis threo chilagain re.prganuedaa the Klrst National iMi and Hustonville, Ky. Bank oi ON IMPROVED FARMS had P''cliyan and then after trying to n.lb8' h," years. dren to death rupted J. W. RAl'GHMAh. .J.S. ilAUCIIHlH. ps It is better supplied Only Dining Car Route From now with lac iitits for transacting business prompT hang himself and failing, sent a bullet In Lincoln county, Ky.atri per cent , semi.an lyandliberaUy than ever befoteia m nual interest; no commission charged. Address through his heart. honorable career. Accounts of corDor.tIDn.,7.. (JEO W. HAW. Room 17, Kenypn Building, cianes, urras and Individuals respectfully solic- X Louisville, Ky, For blank applications and fur Miss Elizabeth Trowbridge, a promi mOrKtBTOKS ted. ther Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, AtTha Directory oi this Bank is comDoied ai nunt young woman of Elgin, III., was Farm No. contaiDS 791 acres In Washlngtcn torney, Stanlord, Ky. Forestua Heid, Lincoln county; shot and killed thrtre by Mary Linnette, county, Ky . the gteatpr part of which Isin xrass; SALE Elpgant Pullman Vestlbuled well watered, witn cood improvement., includS. T. Harris, Lincoln; of Chicago, who was insanely in love ing new metal roof tobacco barn fjr 10 acre crop. Sleepers of Mcdcrn Pattern, J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; mis larm is sltuatr-twhat is pronounced the for maps or any information, address with her. Miss Linnette then killed bost district in Kentucky for White Hurley J. W. Hayden, Stanford; herself. Comfottablt residence houso. S. H. DaughnianJ Lincoln; rRANK J. REID, E. II. UACO.N (Stanford, c - Kontucky. G. P. Ageut, D. P. A , Farm No. J. S. Hocksr, Stanford; 300 acres in ltwaaai years ago Tuesday night with brick a contains Large stock lane locality, Chicago. Louisville W. A. Trlbble, Stauford; Be sure to call fur that J. Wilkea Booth fired the shot from barns. Onedrellin. improved faand tobacco - Kontucky. of the best 'as in the M. D. Elmore, Stanford; If you need livery sis e us a call. Nothing out Crab Orchard, Monon Kou;e. county, thetflectBof which at 7 o'clock nest turnouts wilt leave our stabls. See iu T. P. Hill, Stanford; tor rates. ;.In our Wishes to thank bis tnends and neighbors for morning tho illustrious Lincoln diet', lloth farms are in fir.estalo of preretvatlon, well Denver. St JPaul. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; watered ond fenced. Close to R. R. oepot, scbools, their patrouige and respectfully asks to Da M. J. Miller, ait. Verncn.Ky market and on a fine turnpike. la the future. Mr. Granville Haley never having regained consciousness. tBLA0KSMITH SHOP. will be tound ready to serve you at an v time. A UinPC I will take all the hides I can on lliLi-iiJ- . It is now said that murderer Holmes Kor laforuiauon apply to J. N. SAUNDERS. court daya fcrcashorln trace tcr .eath.r set J. 8. Hoeker, President; work tad satlsfactor nicellne ol Caskets, Coflins, Robes, ic, to seWill Joo. ). McRoberts, Cashier; at Stanlord or at my home in 10 lect from always on hand. Stanford, Ky. will join tbe Catholic church. la 3m 'ecs Tiy our horM ibotr, Chas. Ennslin, Tanner. Hut's and office connected by Electric Bells Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 and Commodious Sample Rooms. Frank and Allen Hunn are building Surgeon , ts a candtdite for Ccng'ess in this, the Eighth A: THOMAS Y. District, subject to the action of the Democratic an addition to Mr. G. D. McCarlin'a Dentist, Tarty. dwelling house. Kontucky. ' The ladies of Stanford and vicinity have deeid DANVILLE, KY , Ky. od to help their husbands save money by bujing V. D. Kennedy, the popular mill Guarantees Kirii.rii.. .!, i .... . their bonnets ol Mrs. Kale Duddrrar Ur. Price, reasonable; Has hYj d W. S. ' V Guilder and Dealer in All Kinds mm, has built for bimeelf a new houee Office over McRoberts' Drugstore in the this season Come In Friday and Saturday and rirncc. Owsley of Carriages. Is a candidate far fudge cf the Court oi Appeals here that is quite an attraction. 9' jm Building. for this Buy Renal'inir a Specialty. Work d:ne fml warrant, racy. district, subject to the will of tbe democOal Givecs, a nep.ro, was arrested ed to sivp sitisfactien. Alt work lore when We have ooe if the handsomest lines of Milliciry deAll account! due when work Is promised Co here Tuesday by Conalable Bailey and ever brought to this place Do nut forget the "7 "TTTffr go livered. Your patronage solicited. Dress Malting Try the Tailor System. taken to Hustonville where he's wanted OrSTANTOKD, KY., M. D DUDDr-RAfor breaking into Charles wheelers !sowfully,orintnd and ready for business wlta KATE DUDDKRAR, Manager. store. : .7. : j Paid up As Administrator of Jane Harrow, deed., I sell at Capital of - - $200,000. Mack Williams, night operator at public auction on (Surplus, laat week and McKinney, went home 0,000. y on tho tilla 1896, brought hia violin back with him and PKeepyou J L. Da son. IV ge fence. See Cobb. Itf member we are the exclusive agctls for the SUCCKSSOK toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL I II. Duddcrar, light, R. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. i On the farm iH miles Irotn Stanford on the Lannow ho awakes the echoes of the nubt Ed Carter, II Chancell r and others who live us celebrated """ jiaiirunu, U. A, J'KYTO.V, Hlanf rd. Ky edit. Offers his services o the people ol West Lin- caster pike, her personal property, consisting of Now closing up) with the Falls Branch Jcllico Coal, iu and around tbe depot. Agent for Lincoln County Counties, ami assets and undst 93.3n stock of Collins lull coln and Casey One good Milk Cow and Calt. i good Cider Mill, be same managsraent. oa hand. and Caskets always Manager. Jess Rout has moved iuto the house 14 of Ice Wagon, all Household and Kitchen Furfly provisions of lis chaiter, depositors are at Also that it will be to the interest of cerybody 05 D. 8. Carpenter, niture and Farming Implements, to call and see our clean Domestic Nut Cuil. r.Lrv.Pf,'CJe,1v",.,"V,,0ao" Natlona lately occupied by Jim Brown. Logan Will also tent about 30 acies said farm, include.ng held Individually I'rices the very lowest We par the cash at the ON" ing house, garden, orchard and grass, until Dec. Green, who went to Wilmore to live, baa liaolcto the eatentof the amount of their stock mines, therefore are able to sell at tbe lowest tberpin 1st, 1896. at the par value thcirol, in additiou Come and see us I price, amount Invested In such shares. It may to th All sums under 5i0, cash; over that amount on a come back to Lincoln to stay with his Good Col makesred ashes, no cinJrri. svciu exscutor, administrator, truitoe. Ac. . V..11. .. credit of 60 days with interest Irom due, negotia- mother. Mr. Joe Smith has tbe flux. rails Ilrsnch 13 ct. rails Branch .Nut lie. In ' ble and payable in either of Stanford Hanks, to bo " Call on dun Mountain Jcllico Nut ncti , North Jellico anindividual. to arrangeu Leioro property is removed STANFORD, KY., Rev. T. H. Campbell, of Lancaster, Lump lit inoie prices are lor loal UelivereI wbiJe those who entiuned their bulsinesi to us Mrs. L. A. I3kdv, mnagioi: the Limoln National Ilaak al For Loal at our house charges ate oiiocenl less. T J. BUSH, Admr. was iu town Wednesday and conducted l'eelcet Key Checks by Mail for only 35 Cents h,,c many thanks and NOKI. .V UN. ..f. Mr" will?. continue to transact their bus.nc Miss MollikJWake. they for Baggage and Key Checks, Metil Checks of the prayer meeting. He talked more es witn us, ollorlag as a guarantee for prompt 'I ' luifs, Badges, Doj License Checks, Key oomsover M. D Kl mutt's stoic, Stanford, Ky. n to same, our twenty years' experience 1st Kings, Chains, Ac Stamping on Metal and cenpecially to the young people, who go to A Rev Cress Halw Establishment. tasking aadas liberal accommodations as are tral repairing. Shop over M. 1). Elraom'sS6 store, church to laugh and talk and spit tobac, with sound banking. Stanford, Ky. HOUSE Attorney Law.l Having completed my course In the Fri n'h co juica over the floor. PIKECTOHJ,: f Tailories System ot Cutting and Fitting I ctfer J. Williams, Ml Vtrnua; F. D. RILEY, Broprlotor, - The trial of Milton Key noma came my s:rv;cis to . II. bhanks, btanfotd; ofl laat Saturday to decide wbo way the UontuoKyLondon. - OiSceln l.anrater StrMt, npuosite the Court J. S. Owsley, Stanford; of tbe horse that Mr. R. 0 galF. DARKER, Proprietor, House Collections receive especial attention W J S J. Kaibry, Sunford; And Vicinity, feeling assured that I can please e Lave moved to say I Hotel and an hettsi bincw with J. II Owsley, Stanford; them with my work. I will be found in the rear lantly defended a few days prepared th in ever f aceosimodatn the public - of Mrs. Kate Duderar'i .Millinery Stcre and will knife and pun. The jury decided it was Oood Liver' attached niliijr convenience I J.;K Casb, Stanford; THE HUSTLING INSLRANCK MAN', be glad to wait on those wishing work in my line. William Uooch,.SUnlard; Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. joint property and so rendered the ver- tirsd. Give ire a ea:. If RANK R.IL:, VM GEEK, Stanford. MRS. 7 A. W. Carpenter, MlUcdcevilU, dict. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large SHAW, JUDGE PRYOR Stanford, "T-T'lT'r'T'l- (Sgi SS I I -1 11 Perfectly Wonderful. hat-an- ! F. A. AYBRS, Bricklayer Stonecutter I Stanford, "", Your Easter Hats. Sale and "Renting. " Farmers Bank&Trnst T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, Saturday, April i8, Coal, Coal, COal. r Dross Making. F. &. BRADY, Satisfaction Guaranteed. THE RILEY w. s. bu:bcb:, ' 'cnJr attsa-Uo- coa-sistc- nt BARKER HOUSE, The Ladies of JStaniord, Kentucky. SPRING, I89G. Stanford, at Kentucky. - o-- ner M. W. JOHITSOT, - JudRe Cittron, tltdtjIrBtte DE, W. W.'H.Cumunns, Preachers Ills Nurseries. ''' FIRST NATIONaTbaNK naro-housea- - 1 Stanford, TO THS S I-DIS- Surplus..... ip"? 23,700 3 Buggies I I TOOTMWUBST or. Depart-meat- MONEY To LOAN . K.S.&J.W.Baughman, STABLE, -- Two Farms For Sale. 1 I.OUISVIX.X. UVERY, FEED & 1 TO.CHICiiGO. !- J. C. MoWhorter, l 111 o. UNDERTAKER, - Srst-cla- ss guarantee-first-clas- s Olten-hel- .McKinney, AssLCwWer.