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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896042101 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. TSUJf- "" " ".,m"r-'FiZ- ' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal, STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 21. 1896 LANCASTErVCARRARD COUNTY. NO. 15 -- j ii Brndlny wan mingling w'1'1 friend bore Saturday rih! Sunday. llev, V. L Williams Mt enrly Vr day mornlnn for Luxlnitton, whither ho was called hb n curator of Kuntunky University. TtiH oonniion was Uih idi'iition Saturday o( a presidont for tint UoIvumI ty to tnku tho plaeo of I'resideut resigned. Thuro Is qiiitn ft treiU In Htorofortho nuieic lovera of this community in tho near futuro. Mndanio Hlloy will ivo one of bur deliitful I'lilMtalmnwitB nt the Christian church hero on tho uve-nGov. ln Sshsofa lot of are reported. The Methodist ladle are to havo a court day dinner next Monday at the exchange room they are now occupying. ProHtrationa and deaths from heat are reported in Chicago, New York and Phlladtlpbiaand April ian't over two-thlrdn ahoataat 13 a head gone. of May Gth. Sh will bo bbhIbUkI nn-re by Mien Dolly Vllllnmi, planlflt, and Misa Mnry Lusk, tdocutionlat. TIih announcement of tho iwtni'Hof thH lal eutud Indies is BUllicifiUto Inmiro a moot cnjoynblo evening. Moro anon. Tiiom who did not hear Prof I'oter-ma- u lucluro Friday ovcuing at tint 1'rea byterian oh inch tnieaed a Rruat deal He very eloquently and humorously portrayed thu pains and pleasures o( teaching. We wera very sorry tliat so few took advantage of the opportunity to hear htm, hut the redaction la on our people nud not on the distinguished and eloquent lecturer. lie is the author of a woll known book on civil government aud nltofjutner a plonnanl and cultured gentleman. If Mlas Mary Thomson ex ponda her atiaru of the proceeds of the lecture judicioanly ahe may be able to purchase a now tin dipper for the school next Fall. Squire L, 1$. AiUniB and wife aro visiting friends and relatives in the Hub bio neighborhood. The Squire ulao haH deiluna upon the finny tribe in IIiuikIuk Fork and Dlx Hirer. Miaa listtlo l.ojjiin in visiting Mrn. J. G. Woatherford at Milldale. Prof. Grubbj.'of Shelby City, took in tho lecture here Tuesday night. Mrs. Suphia Carson in visiting friends at Danville. 0. C. VanAradale and J. U, McKiuney wore elected delegate and al ternate to the meeting of the Transylvania Presbytery at Somerflet rom the Presbylorian church hero. Mrs. John Good returned home Friday from a visit to'irieudf in the South. .Miaa Mary Admits la luck from a protracted via-i- t to relative in Alabama to-da- y WILLOW GROVE a Mr. Win. Mel) jim J Waters leav.-y for Ni'wjvrt to vialt his plater, Miaa Mattie IJoa- Mrs U W. Perryman ley will tnke an exieudod visit to rela tives in Mtiboun. She w II remain in Louisville He vera! da a with friends Mr. Linn L l)imin tells us that ho already haa enough p'odgwd votea for assessor to tnakiug his elwctiou auro. If to-da- gonulne worth and devotion to party count for anything he will undoubtedly be tho nomineo of till pirty and hero's hoping that hi ambition miy b real izel. Wo noticd among your visitors last Monday, mixing with the ungodly thro, g, ltv. W. It. N'ewBom, of Wil moro Ilii obj ct however, wan mt ho trivial as is llit of the usual court day goftaiper.it being in the Inter. at of a monster nanctiflcatiou camp meeting, which ho proposed to hold near Highland in Juno. Itev. Newpotn, IlkH other who dare invade the fair domain of Lincoln county, bun felt the tiny nhaft from Uupid'a boa- an I la ooon to lead to the uymenial altar Miss Susiu Shannon, of.Moreland. Tim bride expectant is a atep daughter of Mr. Joshns Myers and is eald to be a very estimable young lady. - Lt'CIKN M. LKWIh. The wars of the last 70 cost ltUbBia$l,77fi,0O0,O0() yearn have and tho Uvea of GSi.000 men. Competition has reduced the price of coal oil at Khzbethton from 13 to 8 cents a gallon. J nines Doaklna waa killed and Mrp. Humphrey Washburn and Mra. Deaklna badly injured In a. runaway at Eminence. Annie Clark, a comely young wo- man, has married tho "turtle man," a deformed negro dwarf in a dime museum in Nw York City. Gratiot county, Mich., payau bounty for tho heads of English sparrows and already 10,000 have been redeemed thia Benson, without practical abatement of the nultance, The augar makera In Vermont aro busy tapping their sugar orchards, but the so9on will have only nbout half the output of that of laat year. All tho samo though, maple ayrup will bo at cheap na ever. Tho larger quantity of it never eeea n maple tree anyway. Gan. Thomas L. Olingmin, of Notth Carolina, formerly a ropreaontativo and a United Statea Senator, and a Confeder-atveteran, iiaa applied for admission to th Confederate Soldiers' Home at aa ho is hoin.4 aas and peunl less. He ia SK years old. Perhaps the first public aalo of exclusively (ox houndts ever held in the Stale waa that hold Wednesday afternoon at Dr. Miller's livery stable. Tho doga sold were the property (of tho Strode's Valley Kennel Club, and were among the beat bred doga in tho country. Nineteen sold at an average of 127, one bitch bringing 5 aud a dog $37. Winchester Sun. o Ka-leig- h, win uo entertained. Mr. David Arnold, of Kiciinlnnvilii. was a visitor laat week of hia eon, W. A Arnold, Hnd hum y. Miss T.inn.inr.i. Leave!!, of Hichmond, ia the gueat of ftira. J. u. Hemphill aud other relatives Mra. U, A. Price loftSaturdav on v;a to her daughter, Mra. S. P. Grant, of Danville. Miaa Grace Grinatoad, of Stanford, waa a visitor laat week of her sister, Mra. Dr. Bryant. Hev. John B. Worrell', wife and mother, of Keokuk, Iowa, were Ruests Sunday of Rev. W. P. Nelaon and wile. L. P. LUIard. a former r!Hn ni Lancaster, waa shaking hands with Elder J. M. Boswell, a bright young minister of the liiblo College at Lexing-ton- , filled his regular appointment at Autioch Sunday. Died, at the homo of his daughter, Mrs Margaret Lunsford, near Preachers-villMr. Win. Itigsby, aged 70 years, lie IihiI been in failing health for soino time and Madtath waa expected. Tho ladlea' aid society will meet Saturday afternoon with Mra. Jennie West, and tho Uaplist society Friday aftemoou with Mies Hallio llourne. Tio Ilibh Heading Circle will meet with Mrs. Hichanl Ward Friday Tho Presbyterian Mite Society meets with Mrs. Margaret Gill this afternoon. Elder W. P. Walden preached at Scotl'a Fork Sunday morning and evening. Young Mr. Walden haa recently organlz-- d a Sunday school at that place, which is very commendable In him. Many house wlvca Have been quite busy the past two weeka doing their spring cleaning. Lancaster citlzena are prepared to show their UBUal hospitality to visitors and delegates this week o' tho convention. Measles are prevailing to quite un extent iu town and aome portiona of the county, but fortunately it ia in rather a light form. Whooping cough lias b!bo mado its sppearunce and in aome caaea the schools havo been suspended. -- Hev. John U Worrell, I). I) , L. L. I)., a vialtlng divine, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning; subject, The Hesitation of a Christian Life." IIh also preached tho union n Sunday night at the same church. All agea, from the laughing youth to the man of older growth, are seen matiy limes oi late with fishing tackle In hand, wending their way to tho riveraicre Some of the young boya return heavy laden with long atringa of the finny tribe. Miea Margaret Murphy took her interesting claeaof kindergarten pupile on a picnic Jaunt to the river Saturday. The taily-h- o left at 8 in tho morning crowd-e- d with happy children abose anticipation of a merry day's outing was fully realized. -- A certain widower of Garrard who hna about lived out hia four acoro years, iBsorejuvinatedof late oyer hia second marrlago that he ia said to plant the longest roH of corn upon the most winding and ateepest hillside with the activity of a young man. Tho hemp crop of Garrard is more profitable or paya better than any other. II. A B Markabury, Lancaster's prlncl-pa- l grain merchant, has already shipped over 000,000 Iba., having paid J5c more per hundred than the buyers in other towna around. The farmers are very much encouraged and will cultivate it more extensively. .Mra. Mary Sandifer, wife of Judge X Sandifer, who died in Danville recently, was with her husband and children n resident of Lancaster many yeare. The deceased -- aa a Greene, a daughter of Mr. Henry Greene, of this county.and a cousin of Mrs. E. L. Harris and Mrs. Solon Henry. Mra Stndifer was an ChriHllan woman and n devotul church member. -- Died of sun stroke ou Frulny in th 8 county at lila home near McCreury, Mr EijahSaiindera. Ht tho advanced age of 70 years. Mr. Saunders whs a wealthy widower and highly respected iu tho community. Only a few das ago the deceased waa in town looking as hale aud hearty aa anyone, but in brief pace of time hia pilgrimage was over. Tho wore interred iu the cemetery Saturday. Tho program of the W. O. T. I', district convention which meets here 21 to 23 is at. followt: First address of welcome by Mrs. L. F. Hubble, of this plHCf ; lecture by .Mra. FrunciB E. of Lexington. Tho address will be responded to by Mr0. J. O. Johnson, of Wilmore. On night, Mra. Lucy A. Nield, of Louisville, will Whir.. On Thursday night, Mra. Josephine K. uenry, ot Versailles, w ill address th Lancaster peopla. She will ulao apeak Friday nbht on "American CitizensMn ' All of our sister cities are moat cordially invitea to Hia the convention by their presence and we can assure them they e, friends here on Saturday. Mieses Chris-tin- o Bradley and Battle Hobinaon leave Thursday to visit Miss Mary Dutin, of Danville. Mr J. K Doorea and sister, Misa Bettie, visited their brother, Dr. W. M I) lores, and family, of Crab Orchard, last week. Mr. John E Greunleaf. nf Hichmond, is on a visit to his mother, Mra Lucinila Greenleaf. H. O. Payne, Of Athens, has joined hia wife here for a abort visit. OF POLITICAL POINTERS. 5j"y AL00L HATUHE. Tho Clemens Hotel at Danville baa closed for lack of patronage. after-noo- u. The London base ball team defeated the Williamsburg Friday 13 to 10. H. 11. Carpenter, aged S3, aud member of the Christian church for 10 years, died at Mt. Vernon. -- Prof. W. O.Grinatead, of Danville, will conduct tho Madison county Teachers' Institute this year. II. B Waldrop, a conductor on the (Jueen and Crescent, was killed at Walton by an overhead bridge. Mrs. Lucy Chestnut, wife of Thoe. Chestnut, and daughter of Mr. fciid Mrs. L. F Shadoau, died at Somerset list week. Mrs. Woodbury, widow of Admiral Woodbury, U. S. X , was seriously injured by being thrown from her carriage at Middltsboro. After consulting IS hours tho jury gave Joe Brown 10 years at Lawrence-burfor killing Polk MolTett in 1803. Wat Ha'din waacouussl for the defense. g Mrs. Mary Ball, wife of John Ball, a Free silver cluba are being organized in Arkansas to push Bland's presidential boom. McKinley la a Methodist, w yet he believes iu tliB good old Presbyterian doctrine of election. Congressman Owens ia allowed by ' the general deficiency bill f 1,093.03 on Hucountof expenses incurred in hia contest. Bob Taylor has declared for free silver and the democrats of Tennessee would do we!l to let him Btay on tho lecture platform. Congressman Colaon and N T. Howard, are the new members from Kentucky at largo of the Republican State central committee. C. M. Barnett, of Ohio county, whs made chairman of the republican State central committee, and W. E. Riley waa retained as secretary. Bill Bradley, oh, Bill Bradloy, So slim, alas, your chance, n We fear soon your Will be an ambulance. Times. All the indications from the 13th (!) district are that our cousin. Dr. Walton, . will be defeated by W. J. Bale for SenaWe hope so at any rate. tor Maine republicans put forth Reed i for tho presidency on a platform declaring against free silver coinage, protective tariff and vigorous foreign policy. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter aays that if he had been elected Senator, Gov. Brad-Ic- y i would have had a solid delegation to St. Louis. But then it ia so much better Ex-Go- v. W.B """WffW. - -- - - -- -- o ML M lEBTS ::...s! 4 ) We have just what you want in Bright Colors. i I Wagon and implement Paint. Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gate?, Wagons and Plows. Wall Paper Alabasiine & Brushes- Com'1 in and of Paper. Newlook through our est and Latent UeMgm W. 1. Mc ROBERTS, Druggist, btanford, Ky. if I r,-L."-.T-z- : ! band-wago- HYSPHIIGST0C1 -- Is Now - to-da- y. I Complete in Every Department. ; I 1 (Ml h 1 I -- l mi V (! flew pttttiqery Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. You should call in and see our stock. I' VT aer-mo- nt re-ma- Beau-cham- p, farmer near Lancaster, died Thursday thus. night of pneumonia. She waa 05 years The indications are that the demoof age und isconuected with a good fami- cratic committee, which meets in Louisly and ia very wealthy. ville 22d, will call tho State conventional that city not later than Hon. John Sam Offsley, Jr., of Stan- May 15. ford, democratic candidato for Congress Nine tenths of the republicans reIn thia district, dropped into town Wed gard Bradley's preaidential aspirationa aa neaday to spend a week mingling with a joke and the other tenth only see anythe democrats of MaJison, many of whom thing else in it as a matter of policy and he haa already met on previous visits prospective pie. here. Ho regards Madiaou aa the battlePreaidential electors chosen for the ground between himself and his oppo- State at large by the republican convennent, Mr. Foree, an J says that he la not tion were O. S. Deming, of Laurel, and otil) going to make a house 'ohouaebut Sam Kash, of Clay. The assistant elecof the county, tors are D. S. Phillips, of Knox, and which, II he ciu carry it, will, he feels, Marshall Yarberry, of Adair. ensure him the nomination. He has nuSenator Daniel wants an emphatic merous relatives in Madison, all of declaration for free ailver by the Vircln-i- a whom will lend him aid, aud with such democratic convention. It ia to be able lieutenants hb Assessor P. B. Broad-du- hoped that such a sentiment does not preClerk W. H. Miller and vail among tho moro sensible and conothers, Mr. Owsley's cause ia in good servative of the Old Dominion. handa. Hichmond Register. Though we hear he ia a willin' Barkis, Hon. H. H. Tomlinaon haa not yet Nariiii. J. M. B. contributes the fol- announced his candidacy for delegate to lowing to the genealogical column of tho the National democratic convention. Courier Journal: Benjamin Napier camo Charles II. Hades and J. Stone Walker from Goochlaud, Va , settled in Lincoln are tho only candidates yet announced. county, Ky., and married Margaret, W. L. Lyons, the republican legisladaughter of Thomas Wilaon, and had eight children, five sons and three tor whosaya he waa importuned by Gov. daughter, Jane nnrried Ross; Patrick Bradley to vote for John M. Atherton Henry married Kate Pollock; Thomas and againat St. John Boylo for United never married; William married Sallie Statea Senator, got the highest vote cast in the convention for alternate delegate, A. McOartj; Elizabeth Woodson marHarrison Pigg; Wallace died un- 1,052. Is there any significance in this? ried It is a gratifying fact that a large married; Patsy married Dr. Mat Rlgney; John died unmarried; Benjamin died in majority of the democrats of this county 1833. Thomas Wihon served in two aro for sound money; that is they are warp; was wounded in the Mexican war not in favor of the government paying and nerved throughout the late war on silver mine owners a bounty of about 50 tho Confederate side; waa promoted to cents on the dollar. There is no justice colonel; wounded at Lookout Mountain. in it, yet there are a few men in the He was killed in 1S(S at Stanford, Ky., county who believe that there is. Mt while iu discharge of hia duty as aherill Vernon Eagle. Tho Fifth appellate diatnet Ib of the countiea of Henry, Trimble, Tho Bowling Sunday Journal eays it lias received a number of Inquiries rela- Carroll, Gallatin, Osen, Scott, Franklin, tive to tho position it would occupy Bourbon, Fayette, Woodford, Garrard, a democraticiuomlnee who favor- Boyle, Jessamine, Madiaon, Mercer, Lined the free coinage of ailver at tho ratio coln, Rockcastle, Clay, Jackson, Laurel. of 10 to 1, and although nn answer to Knox anil O eloy. Judge Pryor ia the this question might easily have been only announced candidate in either parfound in its cjlumua ,in every issue, ty and it is likely there will be no other. it takes the opportunity to state again' Sam Roberta says in the Lexington thai, believing the interests of this coun- Leader: "It is admitted on all aides that try will be bsst aubaerved and its welfare Goy. Bradley ia supported for tho presi promoted through the operation of the dency in Kentucky on personal and sen (audit mental principles of democracy, timental grounds, and not becauBe any and believing these principles can never republican believes he has a chance to be bear fruit in tho prosperity of the people nominated." He further says that had except through, the medium of the dem- not the Bradley men proposed a comproocratic party, the paper, though it could mise they would have came out much not endors) the free coinage of silver at worse than second beat. any but the commercial ratio, yet, in orIn ruling on contested delegatiot s der to presurvo tho organization and au- Chairman erkea held that in counties tonomy of the party, will support the where there was a contest neither side Xo democrat could vote. The central regular party nominee committee haa would do lesa than this. adopted a resolution reversing this ruling Mr. Rickefeller haa, given the Mis- by giving the right to tho sitting delegasionary Uuiou $50,000 which enables it to tion to vote. The committee also adoptpay out for thialyear, and tho debt is re- ed a rule that heieafter in all State conduced to f l07,000.,iAs they havo cut ex- ventions no county shall be allowed to penses $100,003, there isjgreat reason to vote which Iirs not a resident delegate of hopoamUior.year will enable them to the county preaeut to coat the vote. Tho Courier Journal glvea tho sound pay oil the debt entirely. O , John Filzgerald waa money democrats thesogood suggestions: At Foetoria, Organization, vigilance and firmneea knocked from tho railroad by an engine and nearly every bone jin his body waa in selecting the delegates to the State oroken. Strange to, aay the two ful convention. Determination that only bottles of beer he had in his pockets weroj sound money men shall be chosen to represent a sound money party. not even cracked. The The New York Legislature has pass- entire abandonment of the ed a bill to prohibit women from being policy of theoretically advocating sound bartendera and the Chicago council haa money, but practically advancing free adopted an ordinance to the game efl'ect, Bilver by supporting free silver men bethus curtailing the rights of the now cause they are good fellows and seek such support. Let the sound money woman. Larkin Cresa, iu jail at Beattyvillo democrats of Kentucky see to it that no for selling whisky without license, las negligence ou their part shall assist in been indicted for continuing the traflic bringing about a silver declaration. Get while a prisoner, with the jailer and the ready to work for Carlisle, and the best currency and an honest tariff. other prisoners for customers. mouthto-mouthesnvas- a e, uit coin-poee- i '.VA i Glbifyig- - m !SR All new goods for spring and summe wear. Every thing strictly Up to date. x2 j s I Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes in Great Variety. Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Threshing Machine. Yours for Bargains, PKIG$: "BGD IWK." .: Mi . f)i i ttV i 9 1 Y.V CHARLES WHEELER, The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, - s va". '? HII ': Huatonville, Ky mi H '.''. "5 iB . J !il CRAIG & : HOCKER, ! CASS DHTTGCISTS. C ..Als j JbUbUUU&s Kw i S,- - uju "Uour Own, Price. w1 Look at These Prices I Spectacles at 25 elii'S& Fit and SatisfacONLY 30 DAYS. cents, 50 cents, 75 cents and Si. tion Guaranteed. 50 DAYS ONLY. J JAMB!S FBYKS BIG For Cash for 30 Days. Why ? Because I am overstocked and must have money to meet my bills. For 30 days, beginning April 15th, I will sell anything in my store at greatly reduced prices. Now ts your time to buy your Suit, your Dress, your Shoes, your Summer Underwear, your shirta, your Hosiery and above all don't you miss this opportunity to buy your Carpets, Mattings and Rugs. Come quick and get first choice. If you wait till 30 days is out don't expect to get the same price on these goods that your neighbor did, for I can not sell at the price I will make now after the time is out. All accounts are due the first of each month. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. Ky. Reduction In Prices Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Rkducis Pkices on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a s Lumber Yard, and by full itock of every thing found in a selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have ever been offered here. first-clas- A. G SINE, Stanford, Ky. good-natur- ed H. G. BUPLEY, TflEMERGflANT TAILOfH Js Receiving his SPIIMIW ANBBlfJMMCIEJM Fit Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Guaranteed. Give him a Call. JH J?- - liit' t jL jl UM -- - Ii I I I) a ' t . M'.. Sir Vtwiar, from San Francisco, and . . ' i ' v. t ? rl !I Fivo children were smothered to Xhbrk Is now no longer any doubt " A y.- -y v V' -r- ,'! 'r Ben Brush, from New York, were among about the nomination of McKinlev, who death in a fire at Turner's FhIIs, Mass. V. i Ml will "stand with both feet" 'on a wobbly Thomas Haggerty, of Now York tho distinguished arrivals in Louisville YM. .Vl currency platform to catch em a'coming City, is at the point of death from swal- Sunday,, 1890 1 am in the wool trade and will pay Arn" 21. and a'gwine, and a straight out declara lowing a wad of chewing gum. Stanford, Kt., tho highest market price. See me before -- Ohio has juBt enacted an for protection. lion If tho democratic partv is true to its self and its traditions, law, which maki s the county liable to you sell, it will be to your advantage. I. VV. P. WALTON. M. Bruce. it will give us John G. Carlisle on n plat- the victim's family for damages. J. C. JohUBOu's stable iitar Lexingform of sound money, freer trade and Tho entire plant of tho Michigan &f Spring Bargains at high tide. Everything sold as advcr- in orrow end rejirot, but Bailor's rights, and there wtll be no doubt Beef and Provision Co., at Detroit, was ton, hurried, causing a loss oi $10,000. It Wk say it ., . ' V r..n was in this ulutjle that Belle Key was .ii:.. Jl,U "O destroyed by fire at a loss of 90,000. I'tised. 1 IIC SCilSUU iUUMllCSa :13 lulling ill. U" .... ...:u IUII Jf3S Kentucky's entry in the republican pree of victory. Walling, indict- kept when tie soul lor 51,000. only The trial of Alonzo force. Wc arc going to give you the benefit and not wait "mN Meutifll liandicp will not start. Ho promised Brad- ed with Scott Jackson for tho murder of Chairman Blam-ohEdward Purdriilge, ttie great wheat v" secured inatiuftionH from hie Stato by h until the season is over to unload. Wc propose to mvc Jii'. gambler of Unicago, is Uead. He is tuld and nitbr a ley that if he would make him perma- Pearl Bryan, has been set for May 5 liomiliat'iiK compromiBO ' nent chairman of the convention, he Jf you prices that will astonish you. The National encampment of the lu nave made 1,500,UUO uuce in au l.our scramble for a plce worst than was ever would appoint two members fiom . of tho Knights of Pythias in specuittitug utt nio favorite Cofettl. Uniform known in a constable's race. The dele7?f .fc on the central committee that be will be held in Cleveland August 24 to A. li. Wagem loon lo Lexiugtuti, 25 ft Up to the St. Louis convention stand 1G would Buggeet. But Brer Blanfonl didn't 31. Head of nice butcher en l lit, buugbt oi tn 10 in favor ol Gov. Bradley, who is He old daughter of Abra- N. B. Coy mid oitieie, l 2 Cetile. complimentary do a thing but go back on his promise so The not likely to get oven a soon as he had tho chance and appointed ham EtTrou, of Winchester, got a briBs reports the inula eiy u..n. - Riutimuud vote. AH this comes of not knowing . l- - In solid and fancy colored, worth 25c, at I2jvfc. 36 inch when to let well uuough alone. To have two men, who wont wear Bradley collars. collar button in her throat aud was chok- Register. ltuo uoalu ituuut 4i ceuib 10 snip carried the democratic stronghold of Ken. Now the governor and the speaker of tho ed to death. all woolrCashmcre worth 30c will go this week at 20 cents. ,, a Mies Nellie Plummer, of Vanceburg, a barrul of tijur hum Luuiaviilo to Liteit lcky ought to have been enough glorv House do not speak as they pass by. India Linen, fine quality, worth 8 x'ic and 10c, at 5c. Cal- . pool, Eog , nlilUil lu about BIX. CrUlb less for our governor for a few years at least, The suggestion that Mr. W. B. steppoa on a match which ignited, set' I icocs 3 j4c." Extra fine Corsets in white, gray and boea springs eternal Haldeman, of the Courier Journal, bo ting her clothing on fire. She was bad- Uirtii it coots to binp Hie Buiiio tljiir lo but the desire to be StauluiU. ! in his bosom and there is now no help in named as a delegate to the National dem- ly burned. ; black, worth 75c and Si, at 45c. ltuttttjour wool and mil paj the him. As s friend and fellow citizen, we ocratic convention, meets with warm apPerry S. Heath has sold hia interest Ladies' and Misses fast black hose, worth 10c at 5c. highest market price for it. It 1 tuu aul 'X want to whisper a few words into your proval in Louisville and is gratifying to in tho Cincinnati Commercial-Gazettt Ladies' Vests, worth from 20 to 35c at 5c, 10c and 15c. "Y'r-fear, Gov. Bradley: Throw BBide pres his friends all over the State who earnest and has retired from tho directory and at uuiitu h hen you call, ace W . U. biiahks " Uliam at Warieu & anuUKs' grocery. .V White Ucd Spreads woith $1 and 51.25, now at 75c. Uential ambitions for the nonce, get ly hope he will be chosen, lie is straight management. down to the business of your oflice, which out for Carlisle and sound money and In a runaway accident at Eminence, MorelHuU. Danville. Win. M. Rue was eomo doesn't mean the pardoning of every A. that's the kind of a man to send to the James Deakins was killed and hia wife and Mrs. Humphrey Washburn, were worse yesterday aud there are (ears that P. A. scoundrel who gets into trouble or convention at Chicago. s he wont get wtll. Crowd mttier small of other criminals that the courts have bidly injured. A pronounced guilty, and looking neither The town government of Gaylord, The business manager is under obliga- and cattle trade dull. Few butcher stutl koep in the Kansas, is now entirely under petticoat tions to Mrs. Clifton Fowler for a liberal sold at 2c; steers and heifers 2c to 2c. to the right nor to the left, Insldaofll months a Grant county Lace Curtains worth 75c and $1 a pair, at 50c and 75c middle of the road of right, "as God government, as the home government has supply of butter, of which she makes the sow liMcl 31 pigs, aud inside of 2S months give you power to seo the right," as been all the time. The mayor, police nicest and best. shall ?? Mattings wor th 15c, now 10c. Lap Robes worth 75c and you so nicely promised in your inaug judge, cleik and council are all women. The steamers Alex Perry and A. L she had produced 43 young porkerp. VSii now 45c. Mens' Working Gloves worth 50c, now v--were burn The four littors have been as follows: ural. Do these things, and the Interior who are about evenly divided politically, Norton and three wharf-boat25c. Ladies' Patent Leather Tip Shoes, worth Si. 50 at Joobxal will still continue to bo your the mayor being a democrat. If they ed at EvaiiBville. Loss $ 100,000, partly Twelve, nine, 10, 12, in tho order namthings in a hole, it will be be covered by insurance. ed. S8c. Infant's Shoes worth ;ocat 2ce. Silk Finished Sits- - Kdon't run best friend, as it always has been. A.r The sale of Mrs. Jane Barrow's ' cause there's a rat in it. We have another billion Congress' . penders worth 25c at 10c. Chairman Long, having suggested The House Iibb completed the appropria-tio- effects was well attended considering The Watortown, N. Y , Presbyterian that the Kentucky State convention keep bills, and as they Btand now they there wasn't a great deal to , outside the currency question in the back ground church has fired Rev. W. N. Cleveland, a of household iroodr. A cow and calf foot up $505,079,410 SS. and await the decision of the National brother of the president, for no other Tho Commercial Bank stockholders brought J2 and thn farm of 30 acres in- H Men's Fine Alpine Hats worth $1. convention in tho matter, Secretary Car- reason which we can see, except that ptiifliiiL. f..... linni., U.UUII rk.ntft.il In .1 25 and $1.50 at 75c. ?3N lm ..wi.t-.,..... ij w. P of Cincinnati will be assessed 100 per lisle is said to have entered a protest to thev are republicans and did not want a ,. Ladies' Oxford Slippers worth $1 at 50c. Men's Suits cent, to provide for the payment of claims Bush till Dec. 1 for $50. such time serving and dodging methods democrat to preach for them. But it is institution. on the deiunct worth $$ at $3. and added that unless the issue is square- the nature of the republican brute to be R. U. Pierce, a Tennessean, whose ly made by an unequivocal declaration proacriptive and like the leopard he can II Tiwik No Clutiirm. wife had been intulted, followed the for sound money, he would not valuo a not etiangu his spots. "Here's good kjIumuo," bho wild, filled him to Murray, Ky., and looking- up from the pajwrshe hrul l'on personal endorsement. Of course he A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, League composed with the contents of a shot gun. The State rending-would not and we are surprised that a At Blog rolling in Hickman county, of a few editors, who have never studied He heomed n trifle suspicious, but it. fighter like Long should want to evade a T. D. RANEY. Manager. Mose Tidewell struck Tom Hammonds was so otideut that ho woa exjR'cti'd question that must be settled now and tbo currency question or do not underin the nit of hia stomach with antic, to ask nbout it that he made tho infor all the time. If the democratic party stand it if they have, met in Louisville Branch Stores: quiry. M'. & from the effects of which ho died. is the party of fiat money and a debased last week and held a secret conclave. The "Why, it nays that .omtMiiosRhne trial for Hen Applications for a new only thing they made public is that tho .' Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstowri, Lawrenceburg, currency, it can not be known too soon, . ry Mitchell Smith, sentenced to hang their husbands nnd in tlint way mio and if on tho other hand it is for sound league jb opposed to Cailisle, which is a Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, whnt ho would ordinarily iay to n bardecided compliment to that great states- April 29 at Lexington, has been denied ber," Bhe explained. money and the maintenance of the credit Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, ,g,Ky., ,5''"5J, MJj and the event will occur on time. "Mary," ho said, aftor a moment's of the government it ought to be declar- man. Prof. U. P. Pratt and Prof. Hugh thought, "you mny gvt that gem u you and Mauckport.jjlnd. ed at once on the house tops. Kentucky Cokbidkiunq that Dan E O'Sullivan, Wightman, of Chicago, announce to the Fpoko about thin morning. It won't lie has always held a good hand in shaping of the Critic, is a Catholic or of Catholic v world that diphtheria and typhoid are necessary for you to get at my throat i the policy of the party and she should predilections, and Gov, Bradley is a red absolutely killed by the Roentgen rayB. with a razor." Chicago Post. speak now in no uncertain sounds. The hot A. P. A., it is hard to perceive the Miea Kate Durkee, of Omaha, is inA Hint. only hope of democracy is to continue to wherefore of the umbilical attachment allegation of Holmes, who "George, dear!" party of the people by demanding that the editor would havo with the dignant at the be the HUY THE OLD RELIABLE, Sho looked anxiously at the clock, said he killed her, and declares ahe wb freer trade and a dollar that iB'recognized governor. anyone else. which pointed to 12:30. never killed by HolineB or at its full value everywhere, giving a "What la it, lovo?" Peru, Ind., has passed an ordinance The Louisville Poet's artist uses a deaf ear to monopolies, silver mine own"I don't wish to hurry you away, making it finable for persons undir 10 hatchet and a handsaw to mane cuts of ers and other interested concerns. streets after 9 r. George, but you know that papa is not the Kentucky editors, else they are the years of age to be on the parent or guar- overly fond of you, and ho is an early Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground Tub New York Journal has letters from ''onerest" looking set ever gotten togeth- m unleea accompanied by riwT." Right. leading democrats from every er. Even as ugly as is Editor A. R. Dychn, dian. At this hint George commenced to get The will of John Pope, vice presiready to take his departure. Harper's State in the Union, which show that the of the London Echo, he is not bo hideous dent of tho American Tobacco Company Bazar. West and South will be largely for free as be is made to appear. Middle States at Richmond, Va., bequeathes an estate silver, while the East and A 1'lra for airrrjr. of $1,750,000 to his brother and thrto against such coinage. The will declare "Prisoner," said the. judge to the conNEWSY NOTES. victed bigamist, "stand up. Have you sisters. alleged leaders profess to think that a was The Bowling Green John Tillman, a distiller at Roxboro, anything to my why sentence should It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, declaration for free eilver is the only saldon't keep it. N. 0., took a sufficient amount of strycL-nin- e not be passed on you?" vation of the democratic party and the robbed of 11,1412 98 in stamps. "I throw myself ujuin the indulgence kill him because an indictment The thermometer registered 93 at hope to win. to only one on which it can of the court," exclaimed the prisoner, was found against him for violating reveDefeat with honor would be preferable Philadelphia Saturday afternoon. nervously. "Is a life sentence possi31. A. Spurr was convicted at Nash- nue laws. to success with dishonor. Give us Car ble? lloth ladles have mothers." man of New Town Topics. BURar A lisle and a declaration against a debased ville of falsely certifying bank checks. A powder magazine exploded near York says that the rebellion in Cuba is currencv too plain to be misunderstood The llettrr W jr. and we can go forth deserving the victory Nehart, Mont, killing six men and injur- costing this country at tho rate of The past la Kon. Don't worry o'er tho ing 18. a year in the increased price of Krave of thlnps that were; that we will win. Th futura Isn't here. Don't fret Friday was the hottest day ever re- raw sugar alone. occur. what may Surrounded by Goebel, Bronaton and corded in Chicago. The mercury climbSterling Savage was lynched near The present la bone'er Meeting It Is hardly worth Jack Obinn old Gov. Worthington was ed up to 87. the while McMinnville, Teun. He had recently It mlcht be changed. So let' philas meek as a Bpring lamb at Frankfort, a band of moonshineiB To wish Orphia Stanley, a Johnson county testified against osophise and smllo. a widow, is in jail at Louisa, charged with but on hh native heath he seems to be U A. W. Bulletin. and they are supposed to have composed fighter. Leastwise he threw an ink child murder. lynching partv. the Thoroughly KxpriirnroU. stand at an offending lawyer in Greenup Mrs. Alexander Abbott committed Henry Brown, who escaped from the Mr. Oldtm Your theorizing i all court and hit an unoffending one. The suicide at Morehead because of jealously Frankfort penitentiary onco by playing well enough, Miss Wrights, but what speakers of the two Houses aro bad men of her sister. crazy and securing a pardon, has been do you women know nbout life? lla from Bitter Creek when they are not at Robert Jeans was badly shot and his trying to get out of the Leslie county you ecr come into genuinu contact Frankfort. father killed by George Elder near jail by pretending to have hjdrophobia. with the world? Miss Wrights Have I? You ought Gin- Congressman Colson pretends to to have Been mo come into contact with aSrGents' and Ladies' Hosicrv, niju Judge Holt, one of the best men in Thomas Hays, of Bear Creek, Mich., havo no fear of the knives that am being it when I wa learning to ride my bike. was turned down the republican party, and fell into a well while walking in his Bleep whetted for him in tho 11th district by Brooklyn Life. for delegate from the other aHpirBnts for Coucresp. There are by a negro. They say that Bradley did and was drowned. Next door to Penny's Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. California's gold output last year half a dozen men who will contest the it and tho judge is naturally hot in the collar as are also his friends. It also showed an increase over the preceding nomination with him. In an interview at Chicago, W. H. pains us to observe that Judge Boreing year of 11,411,035 80. ImGriffith, late chairman of the republican likewise beaten by the Six killed, one missing and 18 injurof London, was of Colorado, said ed is the dreadful result of a powder mag State central committee "blarflted nigger." Colorado would givo ita vote to whatever azine explosion in Montana. candidate. Times must be looking up or a great Will Mullen, of Georgetown, died party nominates a free silver In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, many people are using money and timo, from the effects of a dose of laudanum But thegame iBn't worth the candle for Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and paywhich ought to be devoted to the taken with suicidal intent Saturday either party. when 85,000 persons night. ment of their debts, Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danvii.lk and see FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. can waBte three or four hours and give Tayior baa more than a maup 50 cents each to witness the six open- jority of the votes in the Tennessee demGerman millet need for Bale at B. K. ing games of base ball played in as many ocratic State convention instructed lor Wearen's. cities, aB they did Thursday. A heavy froBt in California last week Good him, and will be nominated on the first Goods and Low Prices is did jjreat damage to the grape vinea. Editor J. M. Birdwhistkll, of the ballot. Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one the Thing. at $7 to I will btand two good jacks Princeton suffered another disasLawrenceburg News, has been granted S. Baughman. of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Centtal Kenliving colts. M. license to practice law. He was already trous fire Sunday, when Powell's big inBure A Bourbon county farmer is holding tobacco Btemmery, which was full of totucky. a church elder and the superintendent of vThe total loss is 1.20G barrels of corn until it reaches $2 a Sunday school, but he will have to give bacco, was burned. per barrel. these up now. Their duties come natural- about 130,000. At Uill,Jenkin8& Sons' sale of horsCarnegio has offered, Andrew an editor, but they aro thoroughly ly to through the trustees of the Carnegio Art es at Bowlinu Green, 90 sold at an averincompatible to a lawyer. Is the Place. Gallery at Pitteburg, 15,000 for the best age of $11250. of Lexington, oil painting by an American Imperial wrb defeated at New pfmce The late Paul Goetz, artist and BYport Saturday by Sidkel. He had won New Carpets, Matting, Wall Pawas a most obliging man. In a fit of an- 13,000 for the second best. Leo Bird, a " ger his wife told him to go and kill himpreacher, 12 straight races. per, Furniture, Chairs, Window wearen is ueftuijuariero ior j3f self. Thereupon he got a rope and in a who had spout the winter at Falmouth, Shades. Always ready to com. Ac. few minutes was a demnted moist body. was badly beaten there Saturday night cultivators, corn planters, barrows, pare quality and prices. Make 9) All mean husbands should be as obed- and ordered to leave town. His preach Loweat priceB. Bros, bought in Casey it a point to see me before buyient. Thompson ing had come to be particularly objecand Adair countiea a bunch of steers and ing. According; to Spanish estimate?, there tionable. An estimate up to date gives heifers at $10 to $13.00. only 35,000 Cuban insurgents in arms aro Poland-Chin- a W. W. 318, Reed 09, Morton 00, Allison At a public Bale of and many of them are mere boys. And day, 40 bead And Funeral Director. cope with the 38, Quay 38, Bradley 10, and Cullom 12. hogs in Illinois the other yet they have been able to averane of $90 each. One Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Twenty-on- e other votes are in doubt, i.,m,ohi an Bridles, BuecrV Rohe? whole of the Spanish army. Their cause making a total of 60S delegates selected, hrood sow Bold for the fabulous sum of l. ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Stanford, Ky. for once might does not is right and of the entire number I8S0, the highest price ever paid. about Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, -- Weekly (nterioh.Iourn&l trtvji' :mp: anti-lyn- ch The Louisiiffe Store ti :.-- isl d 7j State-at-larg- e Ladies' Fine Dress Goods .t fj ' v 5 - a;' - e ?tN VV r.t Men's M: 1. Balbnggan Underwear, 50c Suit, Worth SI. ' i . s -- u st-ll- ; ; Men's Stiff Hats at 25c, Worth $1. LOUISVILLE STORE. , - M. 11 - . 3rt y "fN -i- u y y xy y icic ic ic The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Respect. d We Guarantee this Plow in Every poat-ofiic- e W. H. WEAREN & CO. well-inform- $30,-000,0- 00 or Neckwear, Collars, 4 Wat-kinsvi- lle, Cuffs, &e. State-at-Iarg- e H. J. McROBERTS. Spring Cleaning. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House Ex-Go- Now is Tho Timo. ' A. E. GIBBONS, WITHERS' "The BEST is Always -- The CHEAPEST." UNDERTAKING "free-love- j, jr. c. m ex Aire Stanford, Ky. Mc-Kin- loy WITHERS, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer pro-vai- two-thir- ds 1 V Thkbk is some talk of the Singer Sewgins, Stanford. ing Machine Co. opening a large office SiitnT waist seta 25c upwards, Danks." Ton.kT articles, fine perfumes. Craig & and warehouse hero. We would like to Bee it come and hope that our corpulant Window Bcrcens Hnd screen wiro at Uocker Cash Druggists. Ky-- , - Awiil 21, 18l)G Stanfoiu. friend, Joe Perrin, will he given the man W. H. Wearen & Oo.'a. Bead Severance & Son's list of new agernent of it. Flowkii Pot all alr.B at Warren & goods; go and buy new and styliBh goods E. C. Walton, Business Manager. cheaper than ever before. " Slinnka' Model Grocery. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. OiiKATfHlo o( jewelry by auction fit Foil Sai.k Two wagonettes, one g Medicinal and toilet eoaps at popular Vick Olliver and Susan Scanlan, each Walton's Opera House, hepfnnitit! April 10 nnd the other 10 passengers. Al- 21. woro married here Saturday by the ' o'clock. Keead. G. L Penny. prices. Craig & Hooker. 27th bi -so three drummers' wagons, cheap. M. county judge, Ladiih' lace collars, all sizes, colors, S. & -- Joseph Abt has obtained license to J. W. liaughman. PERSUrtAi POINTS. qualities and prices at Shanks'. marry Miss Aurelia Montag at Otton-helMiss Ohkua Laikkv In nerlonslv ill Wopk on the new reservoir is progressTitiiKB houte and Iota in Stanford for on the 25th. of fever. ing rapidly and no matter how dry it Bale. Apply to W A. 'fribble. Malcolm Kompa, a young gists Mies Anna MKNKKsKctmu homo from will he next fall wu shall havo plenty of blower Irom Germany, and Miss Beckie Chicago Saturday nluht. in bulk and papers at water for all purposes, with no order Jane Uaiidkn Seeds Powers were married at Ottenheim spent Sunday Warren it Shanka' Model Grocery. K. G. Ham,, of Somerset, ' issued against sprinkling. Saturday. with his wife and hoii here. A French jrdge decides that a wowill N'kw belt buckles, etiirt waiat sets, etc. Thk Grace Wharton MiBsion Band Mum Mahy Kay Iibh returned from her " Christian man is not an old maid till she reaches serve ices nnd cake in the havo arrived. Danka, the jeweler. winter's sojourn in Louisiana. . church lawn next Saturday evening from and passes her .'50th birthday. If this is Mk. I'. M. McUoiuhts went to Mt. Font Lincoln county bonds of $500 7 tot), after a short ssrvico at tiie church correct it lifts several here out of that Friday. Vernon on legol business each for sale. A pply nt this ollleo. Everybody is invited to the latter free of column for a year or two. Mas. W. II. Kimiy and Mim Mattie Tho Chicago girl who has been enThompson havo returned from Memphis. Iook at our new wash goods, graaa charge nnd all with 10 cents to put up deavoring to get out of a marriage into .MihiNkttib Wiiay returned Saturday linens, Hutler lacw, etc. Keveranco it will he welcomed at the former and servwhich she entered "for fun" ought to BloominKton, Son. with refreshments. ed from a visit to relatives at realize by this time that thero is no fun HI. Gahde.n Hoes, IUkee.Spading Shovels, Jim SiitiorsiiiiiK, who wni indicted at in matrimony unlets it is takn serious-lV- i Mk. G. L. riiicscoTT, a London, hnj;., A. Shauka' Model Gro tho February term of court for Btealing capitalist, was hero on busineca this &c, at Warren while it is very serious only when re cery. meat from John Lee and George Helm, garded as a joke. week. Miss Maby Douoi.ah Bnd Walker Bax Xoiiiiikst line of belts in all correct also colored, was raptured Thursday During the 35 years of his miniate Boyle, .vlnited Mrs. U. N. Holler styles at Diinka, Get one. Bo in the night by Constables Tom Benedict and rial life, Rev. B. F. Hungerford has perter, of Tom Bailey, He lives on Mr. George It formed the marriage ceremony for 1,010 Sunday. swim. Engleman's place, but ban made himself couples, and not one of the number has Mil. J. 1). UomhkmaN, of tlio Lebanon s scarce since he was indicted Ladik8, wu aro aho'ving splendid Electric Liht Co., camu np Saturday to ever applied for a divorce. This shows in 5c. 10c, ICo and 25c vests. Severvisit hia parents. The HogsettSontinel Iibh boen launch- how securely he ties the matrimonial ance A Son. Mil. Oaiuioi.i. Ii. Hkid, the ureal horse-maed on the journalistic world by the stu- knot. Shelby News. was here Saturday en route to his Rev. Frank Cheek, of Paris, who Skk our ladies' mid gentlemen's tan dents of Hogsett Academy and it is a father's at llustonville. slippers and shoes. They are beauties. very neat and creditable paper. Wo ob- understands the sign language, married Dll. AND MllS. WYATT 1. I.KTCIIKU haVO H.J. McUobfrrta. serve that E P. Pennington is a corpor- Miss Mamie LoDg and W. II. Carles at returned to Danville after speudinK the Newport. Thebrlde is a graduate of the Thk dog tax in Danville amounts to al in Hi" company and mention of him Deaf Mute Institute at Danville, and winter ut Henderson, N. C. is iiH'l as follows: "When he dies a Mm.. Jank Uallkw anil Miea Beside f 7(1 a year. Stanford Imfl a dog tax but flttiiL' npitaph for his monument will be holds the honor of being its valedictorBtimside, of Garrard, are visitliiK Mrs. J. it doenn't amuunt In anything. 'Hen- Ilea Eph Pennington; he never did ian in a class of 300. Her parents are W. Rout and Mr. W. M. Lackey. both mutes, as are also a sister aud two 1'lknty extra quality chicken feed on anything else.' " Mb. am Mii8. W. J. Montoombiiy, of brothers. Lay in your supply before it is all South Fork Trestle, jpod friends of the hand. Thk weather continues very hot and Mrs, Virgie Graves has brought suit gone. J. H. Hdughman A Co. lsTiiiooii Journal, p.iid It a call Friday. dry, with little promise of rain. A show- at Lawrenceburg for divorce from her Miss Jrn.nik Wksr wtnt to Harroda-burBituminous anil Crtiiuel Co.il mixed er fell Saturday afternoon butharJIy laid husband, Ollie B. Graves She is a daughyesterday to spend n week with her for Conking Purposes cheaper than tho duet. The mercury has been hang- ter of Ambrose Portwood and was marrimother beforo opening her private cheap. Also the celebrated Bird Kyo ing around 00 in the shade and the tem- ed September 25, 1891. The grounds are school. perature Is really more oppressive than abandonment and cruel treatment and nut. J. H. Baughmau A Co. Miss Jknmk Wfjt, principal of the it would be In June, "Generally fair to- hhe prays ioriOOa month alimony. It To You. Having aold out my livery night and Tuesday, stationary temperaof her public pchool, entertained will be remembered that some time ago biiHiuiHf, I insist that you pay me what pupils at a nice lunch at her boardinc ture," is the prediction that now occu- a young man of Nicholaavillo wbb chargyou owe me. I hope this hint to the hotiso Friday evening. pies the bulletin board. ed by Mr. Grnves with circulating slanH. Owm.by, Sk., went to wise Mill be sufllcieut. Geo. B. Cooper Hon. John derous stories about hia wife. Thk Quaker Medicine Co., of Marion, Cincinnati yesterday to sell a car load ol Wk have bought out G B. Cooper's liv- I mi., represented hv Drs. H. U. North A dispatch to Mr. P. P. Nnnnelley hogs, which hw Iibh been having fed by a ery businePH and need what you owe us and F. A. Dillingham, arrived yesterday from Georgetown yesterday told of the neighbor on $1 60 corn. to help pay for it. Don't put us nil any Mil. anii Mhb. Bk.skiuct Spaliiinu. ol longer hut come up like a nun and set- and placed a large platform in front of death from pneumonia of Mr. It. O. where each night at 7 the hia oldest brother, and he and Lebanon, rime yesterday to visit Col tle. M.S. A J. W. Haughman. for two weeks a musical ntertaimnent Mrs. J.T. Harris and Mr. L. B. Nunnel-le- y ami Mrs. T. 1. Hill. Mm. Spaldini: la and an instructive lecture on Quaker Fiiom present indications Walton's Opleft on the noon train to attend the much improved in heilth. Deceased was 77 years of Mwi. A lick Xkwla.ni and Mim Mollie era Houe will not hold all the people methods will be given, along with some burial age and had been a deacon in the Baptist Brooks, of Crab Orchard, went to Louia who will want to aee Madam Jarley's pointed suggestions as to the cure-al- l ville Friday to aee the great Bernhardt, Wax Worka Friday evening next. So proprieties of tho medicines they make. church for many years. alter which Mrs. Xawland went to India, secure your seat early. W. B. McKoborts Thk exhibition of beautiful wax figures will fix you up for 50 cents. NEW ADVEBT1HEMENT8. napolis. as natural as life, to be given at Walton's MikkOwrlky was up from Hogsett Tifs Hoyle circuit court began yester- Opera House Friday evening, April Academy to aee his home folks, Sunday, day with a light docket. Frank Ellis' ia for the benefit of tho Young Ladies' tie tlret time nince Christmas. He has caae for the murder of Cage Howsey will Aid Society of the Presbyterian church, jjrown several inches and weighs 100 bo called but it is likely that it which is assisting in the support of a pounds. will be continued so that the ono against missionary in heathen lands. The cause Mk. John I'. Jonks haa made some Murphy maybe is therefore a good one and we can guarextensive improvements on hia pretty him for killing young antee a most amusing entertainment, so first. home on Hustonville atreet. A little tried if you stay away you are the only ono Auction. George L. Penny, executor who will suffer. later on lie will build a cottage on the of A. It. Fenny, has rented Walton's Op V icant lot adjoining him. To thk Giukt. We have great trouble Mk. Sam 0. Haiuhn, who moved to era House for the purpose of holding an ago, has auction of hisjewelery stock. The sale in printing the Intkiiioii Jouiinal, owing Louisville from Albany a year askdecided to return lo the latter place. He will begin at 2 r. m. Monday, 27th, and to the electricity in the paper. We well in Louisville, but prefers contlnuuat 7 r. M , 10 a. m. and 2 r. M ed the Scientific American for a remedy has done for the trouble and it responded: "Notheach day til! stock ia disposed of. Clinton county to any place. . ing has yet been invented that will take Gov. W. 0. Bhadlky was on Friday's Thk young Geruiau, Gustave electricity out of paper that will do it train en route to Mt. Vt.rnon, but ho was who Hhot Mim. Gotte's dog, waa satisfactorily. Moist nir palliates the with feeling so blue over his experience as he called evil but does not always stop it." Can mob, that he failed to let oil' with "some expenses," the republican it, which meant $10 and costs. He said any of our friends of the craft suggest a show hia (ace at the Stanford aide of the the "vomans aear he vant to kill the real remedy for the annoyance 7 car. Mm 0. U. Paink.oI Boston, is with whole family, or he would havo come Diiy. The signal Bervice at Louisville her psrenln, Mr. and Mrs. W. I Tate. clear." Often brings good results. reports this as the dryeat April on recfrom Hot Springs, Ark., She came here close examination of Lk(1 Bkokkn. The Iticlimoud Register ord. To Saturday the rainfall had been After where alio left her husband who is rapsays that George Pickett, a student of but .12 of an inch, when usually there Is idly recovering from a .severe spell of Central lui varsity, and a that much each day in the showery rheumatism. Heid and fraternity man, while wrestling with month. It is a very remarkable spell of Miesu Jknmk and Anna John Wood, a follow "Sig," had his left drouth end the farmers are complaining Flora Whittlngton, and Mews. J W. leg broken juet above the ankle. Mr. loudly of inability to prepare thoir corn Allen and F. B. Twldwell, of HustonPickett is a brother of Mrs. Will Sever laud, as it is next to impossible to harville, and Jamea Keid, of Stanford, were ance, of this place. row. Others, however, are hard at plantChildren's and Boys' here yesterday on a fishing excursion. ' ing and Liberty Tribune. Thk case of W. J. Fields vs. Jamea acres. one farmer has put in over l'JO Ruv. H. 0. MoniusoNBiid his beautiful Itobinson for setting dogs on his hogs young wife were ' on yeaterday'B train en and injuring them was tried here SaturDyino. Mr. W. Lewis Withers, who route to Barbourville, where they will day, when Mr. Itobinson proved that the has been ill of neuralgia of the brain, hold a meeting with Kev. Wilson, of the hogs had gotten into his Held through dreamed Sunday night that his house Southern Methodist church. Bro. Mor- Fields' defective fenco and that he had was afire nnd in his effort to jump up he rison is clenn shaven nnd looks younger Bet tho dogs on them in burst a blood vessel on the brain, caus-- THATthan when he wbb pastor hero ii decade whereupon the court found for the de- ing spaaing and an apoplectic stroke, or ho ago. fendant. which paralyzed him. He was uncon9 Runaway. Sunday as Mr. Vincent scious all day yesterday and Dr. CarpenCITY AND VICINITY. Geer, better known as "Put," was taking ter said his doath was a question of very Qn.ci Com Kin and seo the latest ideas Miss .Minnie Kirkpatriuk a spin in his short time, as nearly every chance was BlilrLwalst goods ut Shanks'. best tournout, the horse ran oil and dash- against him. When we went to press last evening, hundred yards of new shirt waist ed into Needmore, frightened the inhabFive Mr. Withers was sinking fast, and liable goods on drees parade tlila week nt itants of that quiet hamlet. Ho attempted to run into Ben Martin's house, but to die at any moment. Shanks'. m Shirts, Neckwear, Hats and Shoes Mr. Martin shut tlio door in his face, or Thk Stanford boys who live in LouisGkntlkmkn, look nt Severance A Son's are the might have been worse. The the wind up ville are rapidly coining to the front. 25c undershirts; also finer goods nt monvehicle was pretty badly wrecked, but They are prominent in both business ey saving prices. the occupants sufTered much more men- and social circles and are saving up a South bound passenger ran into a tal than bodily hurt. Thk good deal of 'this world's goods. Sam bunch of mulea near Boston Saturday claim is mnde by Hon. Pryor J. Wilhite holds a lucrative position with The night and killed five of thorn. Foree and his friends that his end of the John White; James T. Carson commands . It. G. Hail tella us that ho sold 10 district deserves the Congressional nomi a handsome salary from Lowman's Sons is junior member shares of stock in the Somerset Banking nation, because it gives tho larger demo- A Co ; Ed II. Stallcup of 0 in six cratic majority. Tho ditlerenco between of the wholesale produce Arm of ThompCo. labt week at $1H, a jump the democratic nnd republican vote in son A Co ; John F. Smiloy is manager of months. Call and see us before making that ond may be greater, but the demo- the Emerson Shoe Store, one of the Thk Stanford Water, Light and Ice Co. cratic vote in the four counties of Mr. handsomest In the South; G. M. Cooper your Spring purchases. bought of J. S. Hundley yesterday about Owsley's district, Lincoln, Boyle, Gar- is one of J. M. Itobinson A Norton's best 11 acres of lanit adjoining their property rard and Mercer, exceed hv 202, the vote men, while Charley Cox has a good pofor $225. of Shelby, Spencer, Audorsonand Jessa- sition with the Sohan Tailoring Co. Tho The engine of No. 211 broke down near mine, and it is in tho final race these two first named have beautiful homes ltiley'fl yesterday morning and a freight votes will count. Mr. Onsley has a dead in fashionable parts of the city and live engine had to tako tho train in which it Bure thing on six counties of the 11 com- in elegance. The latter four are unmardid several hours late. posing the district and much more than ried, but they aro willing souls, most of J. L. FROHMAN & CO., and it is only a question of time of shirt a fighting chance in two or three others, them, A total ol a thousand yardB so it begins to look liko ho has a cinch on till they too will own pretty homes and , waist goodii on display at Shanks' this the nomination, which his friends have have somebody to look after their house- IDsirL-villeweek. Come in aud look even if you claimed all the time. hold affairs. don't want to buy. car-ryinm Bblt buckles 20o upwards. Danka. " Bnicic and sand for eile. J. B. U Ik- - 3 Our Percales Are The Prettiest, Our Silks the Most Stylish and our Ready-Mad- e Shirt Waists the most Perfect in the market. Remember that for quantity, quality and price of Black Goods, We Are The Leaders! We invite you to inspect our line of Wash Fabrics before purchasing and ve guarantee to please you in all purchases. Our Clothing Stock is clean and complete and the most perfect fitting goods to be had at any price. W. P. TATE, Stanford. I'M ry'lL'''' 1 8 . I'J lOi !.:. AUCTION! The entire stock of , X val-ue- Watches, Clocks Jewelry, : I m n, m m Of the late A. R. Penny will be offered at public auction, commencing MONDAY, APRIL 27 96 v i', - W !: - - At 2 m o'clock A. 2 and 7 r. m. m. and continuing every day at 10 A. M., until the entire stock is disposed of. t. i R Tliis StocK V 1 JM "r" Be Sold, S - Regardless of cost or value. M '.'0-od- d Mtfrnt ""' '"""i. W&kMs 6pcraDiisc PENNY, Executor. 4 :' :! m G. L. r Nun-nelle- court-hous- e, q yzQ ! to-da- y. Of New and Desirable Goods on Exhibition at m m Severance S Son's. New Also New New White Leather Belts, Tan and Black, Fans, Persian Ribbons, New Neckwear, New Parasols, New Kid Gloves, New Persian Percales, New Grass Linens in plain, stripes and figures; new Persian effects in Wash Goods, new Dress Trimmings, new plain white Oigandie and Swiss; new Butler Laces and Insertions. We arc making a great effort to have the goods the people want. Don't let anybody tell you what we don't keep, but come let us show you. f to-da- y, m Kots-chewe- LengthyMeeting m m well-kno- Ifleys - surrs, II Garden Seed in Bulk, ma ww Red Valentine, First and Best, Black Wax, Extra Early, Golden Wax, Maud S , Early Six Weeks, McLean's Little Gem Cut Short, Champion of England, London Horticultural, Large White Marrowfat White Crease Back, Bunch Butter Beans, Pumpkin Seed, Stick Butter Beans, Onion Sets, Adams Early Corn, Mixed Sweet Peas. Old Colony Corn. Northern Seed Potato stock better and cheaper than ever before. Come and get first pick. CLOTHING, W wm flSiJl . &&. e, . ' Our Prices Siyl es are mqrvc. m r T Most Stylish, and Latest Patterns. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. OVERSTOCKED We have an Immense Line andjare realy overstocked in ! ,,, THE GLOBE, Harness : and - : Saddlery, And will dispose of them at greatly reduced prices for the next two Some of these poods will be sold at hilf their former price. weeks. Call if you want Bargains that are sure enough Bargains. ZK.. FARRIS & HARDIN. .!. . '. Semi-Week- ly interior Jourid HvoVy Tuesday Tr Publlshoa and Friday Via. ..- Ca FSK YJOA.U12 ADVANCE "aM ill -,. as When not iopidSa.ou"" hir?n - K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train eave Stanford t 7 I" t :jo p m. ". returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ....... ....... ,.....- Ne. M, Train going North.. " ' Wo. 16. " Ha. 13. '; SOith, ij 37P m ....... - 3 13 04 113pm pm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trum pass Junction City at follows: P m No. 1 South ...... it. 37 rn No. a North ,..1.46 p m i.06 tn " 4 " " 3 " ..6 00 a m 10 ..... 8.40 p m 9 to run Note. Not. 5 and 6 and 9 andSunday. no fur- her than Junction City, nor on ' 3 " is 01 rn " 6 " ..3.15 a m R0YA1 wSYJFm EaaWrl m POWDER Absolutely A cream der. Pure t Government tooa Keport. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New York. nAtt.K. CARROLL of tartar baking pow Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States DOCDRVE. BAffiETS" & DRYE, Proprietor Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. Hortet handled under Saddle and In Harness, rptdttert and and prepared lor tale. first-clas- s Good saddlers bought and told on in the country. 8 liali mile track and belt stables J W. MeGlNNIS. J. V. COOK n charge paint thop. In charge trimming thop. THOMAS Y. SHAW, ' Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. tatiifact.cn. cJto rive All account promited livered. RepaHnjj a Specialty. Work d;ne and warrant. All work dore when due when work It de00 Your patronage solicited. DANVILLE, KY., At the beginning of this year the silver coins nnd Bllver certificates In actThere wore 80 odd additions to the circulation in the Uaitod States Christian church at Danville as a result ual amounted to 1439,700,200. Thero were of Eld. Victor Dorris' meeting, just closalso In circulation treasury notes of 1890 ed. representing silver bullion purchases to Miss Clara Barton calls' for money Thus we extent of $115,720,709. with which to carry on the relief work the have a circulation of $i75,427,0,29 based in Armenia. Three thousand people are directly on Bilvor, against 534,G0I,9S0 in sick of typhus at Marosh, ami ft ZMtoun gold coin and gold certificates. Isn't this there are 40 or 50 deaths daily. a pretty practical bimetallism? -- N. Y. An unusually large audience heard World. to a Rood sermon by Raw J. I. Hal. Brtll at Walnut Fht Sunday and further The man who stanos idly by and tees the lite fading out of hit wile's ftce, seet her health enjoyed the meeting by listening to a sees hrr cosslcs eld and fadtd and wrinkled when the should still be in the perfect tnjjy beautiful solo by Miss Mary Cowen. ment of vigorous, useful health, it cither less than While preaching at Curtis Bay, Md.. a man or else does not know of the one remedy V to health nnd strength bring her Baptist church, Pastor William T. Bai- which will husband ba Perhaps her cannot persuade her to go ley's tongue was paralyzed nnd be lost to hit doctor, becauMthe naturally Jieadt the In' evliable eamlnatlont" and "local treatments all power of speech. A good many Ho can persuade her, if she needs persuasion, to This Dr. Pierce. Favorite Prescription. preachers might similarly suffer tike wonderful medicine hat cured hundreds of trulv women alter thtbet physicians have failed. It and not injure the cause. hat been in constant use and test d every day for Dr. Joseph Bnllou baptised and re- ta Tears. It isn't an experiment, there are no St a certain cum for al' ceived into the Christian church at Mt. chancct about it It weaknetsct, irregularities and dlt Vernon Sunday, Mr. Henry Cox, who is placements of i iternal organs peculiar to women. . m a grandfather aud has been a Presbyte Pooplo. Old rian for years. HIb eyes had been open Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kldnest will find the true remedyed by the doctor's preaching. in Klrrtrlr Hilton. This medicine dOO. not ttlinnor other no vTbe Q C. which has the short line luate and contains tonic whisky alterative intoxi It acts and an cant, but acts as a the finest passenger equipment the only on the stomache and howels.addmg strength aiding natone to ttie quickest schedules, and the most inter- and giving performance organs, thereby Elecot tho functions ture in the esting scenery, will make a rate of one tric Hitters Is an excellent appeluer and exactly what tnty Old pcoplofind it just fare for the round-tri- p to the Southern need. Price joe per battle at W. H. McRobertt' drugstore, Baptist convention, which meets in Chat tanooga, May Ducklln's Arnica Salvo. The third annual encampment of world The best talve in the rever for cuts, bru'seat the Central Holiness Camp Meeting As- sores, ulcers, salt rheum, andsores tetter, chapall tkln eruptions. corns ped bands, sociation will convene on the grounds of Hi potitirelychilblains, or no pay repuired. It it curra pilet, money satisfaction luarantced to give the association at Wilmore, July 14th, refunded. Price s perlectper box. Kor orsale by ccnU and continue 10 days. Rev. John B. V. II. McKotxrts, druggist. Culpepper will be in charge and Kev. In Washington county a party of o Henry O. Morrison aud Mrs. Mary tnssked men went to the houea of Temp Snell will assist in the meeting. aud Bill Keeling and alter ordering them At the meeting of the Transylvania to move their furniture out, set tire to Presbytery at Harrodsburg, the Demo and burned tho buildings. The Keelings cratsaye: Three young nieu were licenswere obnoxious to their neighbors. ed to preach the gospel, W. D. Grant, T F. Walton and M. D. Hardin. The letter's It will bo an agreeable surprise to persons subtrial sermon was most pleasing to his ject to attacks ot bilious colic to Icatli that prompt may be had by taking CnamberUin's Colic, audience, evincing a happy command of relief and Diarrhoea Remedy. In many inCholera be prevented by taking ltnguage, beautiful imager' and grace o stances the attack maythe first sjmploms of the this remedy as soon as manner. There was the prophecy in h'a disease appear. Hock-e5 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Craig ft effort of making a brilliant pulpit orator. Stanford, Ky The Union Society of Christian EnAn Affidavit. deavor of the Eighth district will meet This is t3 certify that on Mar nth I walled to in convention at the Christian church in Millck's drutr slore on a pair of crutches and Paiu Halm Harrodfburg on Saturday, May 2 at 10:30 bought a bottle of Chamberlain's nail crippled for me inflammatory rheumatltm which 1 am completely a. m , continuing until Saturday night up. Alter uslnf three botilet I can cheerfully rccommeiuled It -- Chas following. Rev. Martin Hardin, of Dan cured. II. Wetrel, bunbury, Pa. gotu and subscribed to before tue on August ville, will address the convention Sa Walter Mupraan.J. P i8o night. Judge Ellis, of Covington, 10.For sale at 30 centt per bottle by Craig ft llock- president of the Kentucky O. E, Society er, Stanford, NY. will also be there (hiring the convention At Frankfort, lud, and mako an address Sunday night. Nellie Trimblt) mistook concentrated Other speakers from diUerent societies for water and drank it. The chanct'B tire in the district will take active partin the against her recovery. meetings Dtlegates from the societies During the winter of iSjj F. M. Martin, ol in the district who expect to attend will Va., contracted n tewra please report to Mr. J. Harry Allan, of Long Reach, West a cough. In speaking of old haw Harrorifhurg, at once or as soon as possi- whic.i leftithim with ' usid several kinds of he says: he cured bought a cough syrup but found no relict until ble. A full Htleudance is expected. CHURCH AFFAIRS. go-In- Confidential Letter No. 2 I3ro. Sar-saparilla J, S. OWSLEY, for JR., a. s. price:, Surgeon Dentist, Walton: Please hold the cars while I tell what Cooke's JUDGE W. S. PKVOR is. Well, it is not a mysacandldato for Judge ef the Cnuit ol Appeals It terious compound of which the lor thit district, tul.ject to the will of tbe democ component parts arc gathered in racy some far off, unheard of land; neither is it some latk scientific discovery, made by unknown pro-lessors. DistrUt, subject to yarty. It acaiulliltie Ccng'est tli. in act-o- of the Democratic this, the Eighth Stanford, Ky. Offic. over McRobertt' DruK Store in the Owsley Building , PUBLIC SALE. d t nldsui-Kcstio- n. 4, Mc-Ge- W&iB8x&s&gagses8$29h Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a reme On Friday) At 9 o'clock on the farm at the la o K It. t'Keepvoti ye on the Paee l'enco Sim II11IT dy whose component parts arc nathree miles liom Stanford, hit personally con llutliletar, J I. Dtwson. It llfitfht. k Cohlj. two one Kd Catter, II. Chancell r and others who hsve ut tha lomwing win re soki tive roots and herbs, growing in sitting ottnukt, i mule, i aged mule, edit. U A PKYIUN. 4iaif nl, Ky. geldiug, t good blood marc, i jennet, 4)eai-olthe hills and valleys ol Kentucky, Agent for I.ini tin 95 3n H 3 years old, which are gathered at their prop es seasons by responsible hands. Fino Jack, Oows, Yearling Calves, After cleansing, sorting and cull- - Suckling C'alvct, Heifers, 33 sheep and Iambi, inn thev are carefully dried for 3 Shoals, tows and pu, binder, dull, cutting Satisfaction (Guaranteed. box 1 horse power, s.horse wagOH, spring wag on, use. Their virtues are extracted and rake, mower, thap utrusilt, 3 hemp biaket, Cation other lioples enu. by the latest scientific process Terms.a All sums6 under $10 cash; over that Mrs. L. A. Brady, Incteditol months with 6 known to pharmacy by a phar- amountIrom date. Notes negotiable percent. able and pas terest Miss MollikJWare. Stanford banks or the Cttliens macist who has spent IS years in in either ot the nl Lancaster. ooms over M. I). Ulmore't ttoie, Stanford. Ky. National Hank arm ts also for tale the work of his chosen profession. 14 MRS. Ll'CV It HEA7i.UV, Exor For over a hundred years has it THE IULEY HOUSE stood the test and today it stands I P. H. RIIaSY. Troprlotor, To before the public guaranteed to be - Kontuokjf. K. We are ready h.ds on the best blood purifier in the mar-et- . Church South totobereceive near Walnutthe M llids London. Flat built It is positively guaranteed to will be received until May lit Speculations and I have moved 10 my rt.w Hotel ami am hettai plans aver to cure scrofula in any form. Its office. ol building are now at tho interior Journal prrpar.d than attachvd accommodate th. puSllc For further Information apply to the flood Livery and .very coov.oiecrct d Walnut Flat. Kr Ir.d. Give to. a call. merit is shown by its growing pop- lluildlng Corrmiltet at II. I) HOLTZCLAW, FRANK RII.CV, TT R. K. C, A INKS. ularity and in localities where longJ C Tl CKKR, est uicd you find the largest sales. 14 td Commlltro. DB, W. B. PSTNTSTS". Sold in Lincoln county by VV. U. McRoberts, Stanford. A New lm Malnar Establishment " Penny's Drug Store, BHKsr!IPKdrai!S!lAEJ W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. Having completed my course In the Fr n h Kitting- I olfcr V. B. Twidwell, Tailor eg System ot Cutting and my services to J. A. Hammond, Hubble. The Ladles of JStaniorcI, Ocutlst, : Stattford; : Ky. Tanner Hros., McKinney. Ollice on Lancaster Sir.t, at lletidcnce. And Vicinity, feeling attured that I can pleas, J. F. Alstott, Powers. I will be found in the tear them with my worL Heazley & Son, Crab Orchard. or.Mrt. Kate DuCderar's .Millinery Stcre anJ will Bu.g'g'ios I Bu.g'g'iaa I be glal to wait on those wishing work in my lln. James T. Cookk, MRS. WM l.KKH, Stanford. 7tf Harrodsburg, Ky. Itfny xst, 1896, Heat-le- Ms. y, I year-ol- d 1 1 year-ol- d Dress Making. m 1 1 Contractors I - dress me att.Mt Vernon. - 'y",(? '" IVattertnc done M nT 1 17 11U1 1UU prrmptly i'latteilnc a specialty. Woik suaranteed. Ad ltete'cnced furnished J p. Lechlcltcr r SPRINC, 1806. Blue-Gras- s Splendid and well selected of Nurseries. a, Buggies, Carriages and Phastons, Surroys, Buckboards, r, All kinds of Kiult anJ Ornamental Trees, And the liln always on hand Call In and look at Shrubi.bmall Fruits, Asparagus, Crape Mn.s, them snd get my prices D. b. CARI'KNTUIt. tie. No aetnts. II uy direct anil tav. meuty ' btrawbeu y and genera! cataUgues on sppllcatisn Hu.toovllle, Ky. It ghen to all who have accounts with me that to II. K HIL.LKNMF.YKK, have been running osct 60 days to come in nnd Leslngton, Ky Telephone and tettln. W. K Wilcht nl run the business A Special Invitation 1 1 . for me after April a tn and cry ouu to trade wiiii ihw. Ij-l- m will be glad for ev- - II MONNKTT, Hutt'invllle, Ky. 1 Two Farms For Sale. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky.atf. per cent, semi an nual Intere.t; bo commission charged Address GHO. VV DAW Koiri 17, KenjoB lluilding, IoutavllM, Ky. I'or blaak appHcaiiosyt and fur thcr Informatlen, ln.j nr. ol J N. Saunders, Attorney, Stanford, Ky. 1 ur-da- y TO THB TOADIES I am four-yoBr-o- ld b' fro-the .ittc with everything that it new and prdti in the Millinery line A visit 10 my store win k.nnim.e yu tnai mis stock It th most complete Elegant line l.ment and Kmbroidery Material. MISS LICCtk IILAZLL, Stanford, Ky bak J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, Crab Orchard, I 1 1 Sumlny Tannic. Sergeant (colling out) Krauscl Krausc Yes, sergeant. Sergeant This in Sunday. Ifv. Krause To command, sergeant-SergeaKor sale at 3 and 50 cents per bottle by Craig & 1 Hocker, Mantord Ky. This afternoon you and KENTUCKY. WUSTONVILLE, will take n walk to the zoological gar, of Vet Lin- Two Lives Saved. i iV. .r. .Arrr.iMk of coffins dens. vjnc" ." of Junction City, 111 , was 1 Mis. Krauso (delighted) To command, told by Phoebe boinas, had consumption and that ' the hand. her doctors 03 and Caskets always Manager. 93 there was no hope for her, but to bottlct of Dr. sergeant D. & Carpenter, King's New Discovery completely cured her and Sergeant You see, I called you a thesaytittaved her life Mr. Thot. Kggert, 139 dreao-Irom CALL ON Florida rhinoceros yesterday and I should liko ful cold,St., San Fiancisco, suffered tiled awithout, approaching to mako my apologies to the dear crea- result every thine else consumption, one bottle of then bought ture in your presence. DcrGuteKnm-erad- . Dr. King's New Discovery and ill two isweeks was such naturally thankful. It J. : T. . STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, : bottle ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which relieved me almost instantly, and in a short time brought about a complete cure" When troubled with a cough or cold use this remedy and you wl.l not find it neces arr to try seversl kinds before It has been in market for over to ou get relief scars and constantly prown in favor and popular - Kentucky. Farm No, I eentaias tot aeret tn Wsthlngtcn county, Ky the greater part of which It In ras well watered, witn goo-- l lmpn.veiiiti, Inelud-itiaw meul srn fir 10 acre crup. 'I ais farm Is tilH.ted Hi what it praueuncc.1 the dlttncl In Kcatuckv far Whit Hurley Tobacco. I vMfottaMf residence ksmte. Farm No s contains acres In tame locality, withkrick drellwg Large and ttieatco bams. One ot the best Improved faros in the county. Hath farms sre In fine stale f pres.ivstlon, w. I watered oa4 fenced. Cte.uu K H, depot, schools, market an4 on a hue turnpilo. For InfornsiiioM apply to ; J N. SAUNDERS, Ky. Stanford. lst rf K in tua V HtV I jy."wvT:rn Tg nt " Wl .llnSLI VUlLilsJll 1 I VVirjicMty. o'hio. lm-wmB ....I nMlt.kHnrt tar their patronage and respectfully asks 10 bo re- In tne luiurv jir wranvu. nairy inertbeteu will be teund ready to serve at anv time. A nice line ol Caskets, Colhai, Robes, Ac , lo sealways on hand U jm lect from Ki- U'l.l... , l.it. - f,I..n4. F. A. Bricklayer Cuaranter rienci Firtt-Class AITEI-S- , N: )u Stonecutter work In 11 Stanford, Kentucky. Prices rvaaunablo 1 lias had -t- ."rr. nt-ml- e Perfectly Wonderful. I . ttttj em. v. an' 91 jm panlcu-lar- y. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Cents. Pocket Key Checkt by Mall for only Lnecktof For Baggage and Ker Checkt. Key Dog License Checks all kinds. Uadges, Metal and gen rUn. Chains. Ac. Stamping on Elmoie's store, V. eral repairing. A Stanford, Ky. 56 i&RKEB HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. -- Frank Harrison, a farmer, liviER near Laport, Ind., returned home late at inquired. nicht and founda nfichbor in bed "Because you say that you are not hhwife. Instead of trying to kill tho!Thl.rt' da's trial on every one. yourf-clf- , and I will not spend tho eveni- destroyer of his hnppiuess, ho bade his Satisfaction guaranteed, ng- with nnj' other woman!" wife an alTectionatH pood bye and left for She recovered herself. Town Topics. YAXARSDALE. parta unknown. Bho sold. He started for the door. "Why do you leave jue thus?" "I am not myslf, True I.ovcr. UjIs exening1," eho cured, lie It suits of which these are simples, that prove the' wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at W I). Mc Roberts' Drugstore. Regular sire joo and Ii. e- -. l lit XA-stf- 5. ji hi ; W and vicinity have deridThe lad.es ofSunl-red to help their husbands save money by bumg their htt and bonnets of Mrs. Kate Dudderar thit season Come in Friday and Saturday anJ We have the ever brought to this Dress Making Try M. D KATE Farraers Bank&Trnst Or STANFORD, Iiturwfully.ofgaaiicd Co Buy Your Easter Hats. Paid up handsomest lines of Millinery occ of place Do nut large! the the Tailor System DUDDE.KAR. DUDDERAR, Manager. KY., and ready for butia.it wilk Capital of . to - Surplus, JUCCtSSOR $200,000. 20,000, You should sec our iBUCKSYiS CHUfllT J. K. Courtesy. Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. Remodeled and refurnishes throughout. Large arid Commodious Samplo Rocmt. Halls and office connected by Electric Hells, 47 rrojipt and polite service to guests. STANFORD FEMALE : COLLEGE. "Did you see Broakton?" he asked as the bill collector caino in. "Yes, sir. I went In and told him I was a bill collector." "And what did he say?" "He said ho was, too, nnd tliat if I'd leave my bill Jie'd take pleasure in adding1 it to his collection." Washington FULL LINE OF Buggies, Carriages and Star. It YVus Different Then. Ho looked upon Ills daughter with a vain und swolllng pride; lie wag glad to sec her In thosoclal swim. But he looked and swelled, nnd nwolled and looked, until ho nearly died, As he counted up the cost when the bills camo In. Philadelphia North American. Capable. Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of Culti vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at I'rices to Sui the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- d STANFORD, KY. WILLIAM SHELl'ON, President. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Mist Emma L. Martin, Pesiding Teacher in the Study Hall; Miss Mary Cowen, Principtl of the Music IeMis Mary P. Harrit. BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the tamt att.ta and under ihe tame management. By provisions of itt chatter, depositors sre at fully protected at' am depositor! in National Utnkt, its shareholders being held Individually ol the amount of their stock Remember we are the exclusive sgectt for the lisole to the silentvaluit thertsa at tbe par therol, in addition to th. celebrated amount Invested in tu.a shares. It may acttt Jollico Goal, ci.cutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Falls an individual. Te those who entrusted their buittnctt to us will be to the interest of everjtodv Also that it while rauag the locall and ue our clean Dom.sllr Nul Coal. Slanlord, we in hete LincolnurNational Hank 31 w. many thattki ltd tender Prlcet the very lowest. We par tho cash at the trust they will continue to transact their busmost lowest mines, therefore are able to sell at the with ut, otteiing at a fivarautce frr prompt all.r.-lie- n price. Come and see us to same, our yean' oapenonce i Good Coal make, red a.he. , no cinders. ftajskisg and as liberal accotninodations at arc Falls llranchijcte Fall. Ilranch Nut isc. In with sound baaking. dian Mountain Jelnco Nut Ii cu ; North JcUko pru.s arc for Ctml delivered Lump 'c dihictohi: For Coal at our houe charges are one cent I. is I J. Williams, ML Vtrtwo; NOLI. A- ."ON. . II. Shanks, M tutor d; J.'S.lOwtlcy, Staulorst; S J. Ktnbry, Sunlord; J. IS. Owtiay, SianforJ; J F Cam, Stanford; THK LINCOLN NATIONAL Coal. Coal, Coal. Branch l.aty cos-titU- Jlt h 1 letc - W. S. 3TJHCH:, Attorney Lancaster Stanford, Office on - Slr-st- at Law,l Kentucky. S, WlUsam 0Hcri,,Sl.iuford; A. W. Carper. ter, MllleJjfevitU, , House. Collections iecve opposite the Court especial mention. S3 H.hanktPrssldcat, W.'II. Cuinuims, Preachers ills Ut.'JMI. OwsJey,Cashier, W M.Utlght, T.Iier. THE HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, Principal of the Depart, mcottof Art and Elocution. Second Session Begun Wednesday, January 22. For termt, &c, tend for Ciicular College. or call .at the Portland. -- San Francisco. ..Totte ..Via The In (ft) iauisvitic htwAiHaur t. h ...a so" fir '.is- - Only Dining Car Route From Ho (thoughtfully) Mrs. Fixem " ought to mako a good wife, bIio looku W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Who represents the Old Reliable Mlch'gan Mutucapable enough to manage a household. al Life luturance Co., of Detroit Mich, can write you all tbe mott favorable plant ot Intur She (spitefully): Yes; anything sko Central anc. He a.so represents the old reliableand will undertakes she finishes. Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky., be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. He KhI Will be icady to cooler all the f avort that can be She She lias buried three husbands given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advancements made on consiguments, both in the already. To Date. and country. I will be nt Stanford every court day. Patties wanting hogslHiids, pruet or Unperturbed. rvy, money should address me at rami (96m Prompt attention guaranteed. "I am afraid," said tlic young man in and inspect our stock before If you need a suit of clothes, come who is candidly critical, "that there .is some foreign substance in the cof- making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and pri- M.S. IlAVCIIMtN. J. W. ItAUGIIMAS.. fee." "Certainly," replied Mrs. nashem, ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from J?5 to Si 5. "Tliat remark shows that you have tho .I'ROPKiaTOKS- palate of a connoisseur. The coffee itself is imported." Washington Star. SALE B' WKAlRiElT. M. W. eJOSITSOIT, FIRST NATIONAL OF STANFORD, KV. BANK CLOTHING! CLOTHING! Capital Stock Surpluo.. $IOO,000 23,700 vmc-hou- te M.S.&J.W.Baughman, Elegant Pullman Vettlbu'ed Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address to;cxxic.go. ) mtANKJ.REID.v C. P. Agent, Chicago. or 1 f L E Kxtrcuirly Slusculur. Be ture tn call for Mngus That man Cyr's muscular My Breeders were selected from tne beat herds Monon Route. breed of twine In several different power is something wonderful. He St .Paul. drags his opponent ail over the stage. of tliii famout Statet. A splendid lot ot pigs of dillerent ages Denver. Bred towt a sptj.ialty. Satisfaction for salo. Tagus Oh, I don'tknowl I known guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addrets wi ke the hide. l can on rrscc1 forcathorin " tradelor leather b1 Httlo ti BRONAUGIf, woman who drags her Crab Orchard, Ky. husband all over town shonnlnor everv court days at Stanford or af my home In Chas. Ennslm, Tanner. .'Saturday. Cbicaco Dispatch. D. P. ,A , Louitville II. BACON In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to S4 neighbor, Airs. L.?" Special inducements to Cash Buyers. The fact is, I met her , "I think not. yesterday, and she evidently does not E. beloug to tho best society." "How do you know?" "Because she haa such pleasant manHERD K THK ners." N. Y. Tribune. "Arc you going1 to call on our new I'leasaut Aluiuicrn. Can Not Be Exoellec W. S P.LUF.-GKAS- Attention of tha public is invited to tue far that thit it tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th. National Uauk are secured not only by th. canlul stock, but by the itockholdcrt liability lor at, amount equal to the ttock, so that depotitort of thit intttl&tion are secured by n fund of $.oo,oco Five sworn tutcmentt of thocouditisn of sr. mad. each yearto Ihe Uutted States ths bank gov.rn-m.- nt and its assets are etamlned at stated limrt by government agents, thus socuting additnooa and perfect safety to depositors. Tins institution, originally established m ths Deront Hank of Stanford in iljS, then ued at the National Hank of Stanford in i&3s and Slanlord in iSSi, has had practically an uninterrupted esutenceof ii yean. It it better tuppU.d now with lacilitles for trantactiuB business promtit ly and liberally than ever before in itt long aud honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully '.olic- Tha Directory of thit Dank it composed u Forettut Hoid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. Ii. Collioi, Lincoln; J. W. Haydcu, Stanford; S. II. Haughiiian, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlbblo, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Utanford, K. L. Tanner, McKin'ney; M.J. Miller, Mt. J. S. Hocker, Pretldent; Jno. J. McRobertt, Cashier; .McKinney, Astt. Cashier LIVERY, FEED & per pair. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. first-cla- II you need livery give us a call. Nothing oul turnout! will leavo our stablt. See r rates. In our ss uhury.brb.reyd H22D HOGS. BLACKSMITH SIIOP. Will guarantee prices. first-cla- Try our horse work and satifactcry shofT. lilUljJ. 1 Olten-:uir- a. R. H. fiwirtHSHslsBRk). gpgitsWWejgSsBsaHg WANTED-A- N IDEAaK w.r llUllw & CO., Patent Attorneys, Wosalnston, D, O., for their 81.8W prUo ollur. I .4 Z ' r ' ,- -. r , ' :'j - - ' I- '- -- -- -v - .: - i - ;,, ' ' - i.. -,- .i ,.,, . ..- -, r-- r xmmmammm