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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896042801 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-VOL. XXV. W JiliJCiXVJL rut' I NTERIOR DEATH'S J v U JtCiN ?L JLa NO. -- STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 28. 1896. OF A LOCAL NATURE. 17 Unlvcrati, in his iiiflnlto wisdom, ne ended Th I5,uthly Warfare of our brother, W. I. Withers, and called him to tho Siinramn Umnn above to racuivu tho reward dno a faithful and conscientious Sir Knight, therefore be it Unsolved 1, That hh tncinlwra of an Order whoae prlmo objret la to protect, with defoml, provido for an J ymath widows and orphan?, we as Knight of tho Maccabees of tho World hereby kivo oxprcuflion to our dorp, he artfelt Bympa-th- y for liia be reaved loved onep, about whoa welfare ho was ever tulititouB. remembering that bin watchful tondej-neBtoward his wife and children was consistent with the holiest, purest typo of manhood. 2 That in hia death our Order lias InM a valued member, the churuh and com inunity n Ohrialian gentleman. 3. That while all that ia mortal of our comrade lies in the narrow continue oi the dark, cold and silent grave, nH memory will bu enshrined in the hearts of his brother and his noble deeds and honest purposes w ill live with u forever. Then let each of uh by thin bereavement be urged on to greater deeds of charity and benevolence For wo know that far beyond tins crave, Tar, far beyoud where the tall cedara wave On Syrian mountain, an the stars Uome glittering forth in their golden ear, There hloometh a land of perennial bllm Where we smile to think of the tears in this. And the pilgrim on machine that radiant shore Has tbu thought of death In his heart no more, Hut layeth Ids Mall and saw la' down For tie victor's palm an J monarch's crown. The motliei meets in that tranquil aphere The delightful child she has wept for here; We quail' of the same immortal cup Where the orphan smiles and the elare looka up. So be glad our hearts and foret our tears, a bright lives In Hro Wither K M. Owk.ns. spheres. H 1 LANCASTER, CARRARD C0UJ1TY. Knlghls oflhcMaccnbeesResolutlons Hcla tlvo to the Memory or Oro. Monday was county court day and W. L Withers. horse show day hh well. On relurnliiK to the lodge room fter Elder (H)rg (i iwen preauhed at tho the burial the following rcaolutioiiH were Fork church on Suuiy uuht to a crowdunanimously aJopted Bnd ordered spread ed house. on tho inmuteH of the McKlunuy, StanRev. W. P X'laou preached the unford aud Mt. Xuniu Touts: ion wrtnon Sunday night Ht the Prenby-terla- n Whiciiisas, Tho Snproiim Kuler of the church, Hiibjt. "Hie Hllloacy of j J DDIHCS. j (tKO I). HCI'I'KK, hn Stanfor 1, Jok F. Watkiih, Oomnilltee. April 20. lt. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tho First Presbyterian church at Bowling Green has called Rev. M. I. Hardin as n temporary supply. Rev. II. X. Faulconer's meeting ft Birbourville Presbyterian church closed with seven additions. Experiment. Mr. W. T. Royalty writes from that the Middle Green River church will dedicated the first Sunday in Yo-somi- te Albert Diz, the missionary beau under amst in Cuba, will whohaa attend a great Baptist gathering In Chattanooga. The wifo of lUv. G. F. Gtmpbell, tho .Methodist preacher at Franklin, baa deserted him and gone home, because she claims ho uuglecta her. W. A. Borum.n holiness preacher, of Mitidlcaboro. Immuwod 17 converts In the Cumberlnud river at llarbourville Sunday in lees than 17 minutes. Hon. John Sam Owsley, Sr , Walnut Flat nt tho Cumberland Presbyterian convention at Winchester last week, when the delegates were ontortalnod. The next meeting wiil bo with Oaldwall church In Boyle conn ty. Rev. James M. Walton writes ns follows from Livingston: In a recent number of the Intkhioh JouhNai. yon say Mr. Henry Cox, of Mt. Vernon, left tho Presbyterian church because bis "oyes Mr. Cox stated publicly worooponed." changed his views, and that ho had not loft tho Preabyteriau church to preserve harmony In hla family. 1 was his pastor and am familiar with all tho circumstanRov. repre-uonto- d roj-nll- y June. President William Heth Whitsitt, of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville, has raised a breeze that la likely to dovolop iqto a cyclono on account of an article written by him a for an encyclopedia in which he express-ewhether Rogor Williams a doubt aa to was baptized by immersion, ond also state a that prior to this tlmo immersion was not universally practiced among Baptists in England. IHptlsts all over the country are howling In protest and ask-etho trustees of tho Seminary will bo account. to call their president to d ces. over 825,000 Odd Follows in good out for relief $37,858,090,47; relieved, 2,417,711; widowed mombera families relieved 310,178. Because Bhe refused to rIvo him Bometbina to eat a tramp shot at and wounded Mrs. 8allle Anderson, near Fayetteville, O. Btand-ing-paid fa-Ul- ly Sunday waa the 77th anni versary of Independent Order of Odd Follows. the April 20, 1819, live mon met at Baltimore and organized tna first Odd Fellows lodge. There are now in the United Statoa -- Mrs. Sarah A. Hutchison, who lived John Bull, a Lmrel county man, got a year at Baittyville for cutting a ne- hero for years, died at hor home in Lex' gro ington last week, aged 07. She was a Special Judge Brallord, at B.irbour-vlll- splendid Christian lady and the anfixed biil for Field and Adkins at nouncement of her death will cause re Tliat it is jubt as good is a bad 510,000 for oach. gret wherever she was known. She loftl habit with many people. With us Twenty of walnut loan five children inclu ling Mrs. Peyton t, have bsen sent from Madison county for $& of Lexington. Her remains were it's as good or better Praj or." shipment to Germany. laid to rest in the Duiville cemetery SatThe friend and relatives of Mre. Fire destroyed Fr.ink Brittou's urday in tho presence of a large number Anne II. Hopper will pe p lined to learn butcher shop and James Anderdon'd res- of friends -- Ml that her health, which Iim Ihwu feeble idence at Harro'luburg. His muuy friends hero will be painforaatne tiui is rtpidly nuehnin. ? J. M. R'Jih, who w,n born in this ed to hear of the death of Mr. F. M. Than can be had anywhere. -T. B. Walker sold a horse for $&"; county in LSO'J and moved to Columbia which occurred ittThomasville, Ga., u, ." Y fl dYSn Men's, Hoys' and Children's JniM A. MrOarUy Imuglitnf L K. M J J in 1S'J3, died there last week. a fow daya ago. of Bright'a disease. He 15 hogs at Ita and '.V) fro-Grove Tftn commencement exercises of was rondmaster on this division lor sevKennmly and mm at thieani price. Milleraburg I'malo College will bo held eral years and with his excellent family -- : r Remember Minn Elvira Sydiior Mil. on May US There are 10 graduates. resided here. Mr. Aueley had been in hr'a Tattler evening, Mav U, The enTne grand jury at Richmond failed bad health for some time and went South tertainment wiil be held at the to indict ft. I). Campbell, who ws held with the hope of being benefited, and General U'lmUwion IKn, refer ved over, on the charjH of being a party to while ho improved and was able to fill a Is the best. Call and sec our line. seals oOcHiid children 35. tho killing of Win. Johnson at Berea last position with the Plant System of RailSHiictillcation meeting of Heveral UlirietiiitH. roads, his health was never fully restorneeka duration has just closed at James Sawyers, who murdered Dr. ed. He was a genial gen There were ISor more addi- Uuriieideat Burbonrville. ot a continu- tlomao and those who knew him best tions besides mueh xeal and enthusiasm ance and bail t jo.OOJ, which ho readily liked him most. Mrs. Ansley and famibeiug awakened in the church. gave. Sav-- n lawyers have been engaged ly have the sympathy of their friends There whh a meeting Monday after- to defend him and eiiflit to proieoute. hero in their dark hour of trouble. noon ut i o'clock of the prohibitionist Mrs Dehy Cox, who cut her husAfter lingering between life and J. L. FRO H MAN & CO., Danville, Ky of thin county for the purpose of foleol-in- g band's head open with Bn axe, near death from Sunday night the brittle delegates to the prohibition conven- Grays, when he attempted to beat hor thread, which held Mr. W. Lewis Withtion, which meets in Covington, May 25. while drunk, was acquitted nt Birbour- ers to earth snapped Saturday morning Lancaster was visited by a most se- ville. She is 33 and has several little and his spiiit took its flight. His death vere l.nil storm on Friday afternoon. It ohlldnn. v ID; ffw was the result of the bursting of a blood T17 lasted for only a abort time, but it oame OlieJ Thurmond bought of Mrs. vessel on the brain, caused by jumping up very suddenly and with gteat fury Nannie Brewer, her residence on 4th up from a dream, while very ill, that his lashing the trees and knocking oifa great atreet, for I2.80J, and has 1 takon posses- house was on Ore. Mr. Withers was a I.M We have juit what you want i.i Bright Colors. deal of the fruit. l..l sion. Tho Central Kentucky Druggists' son of the late Laban Withers and was MipsOivia Sweeney entertained a Association will meet in Duiville to born In this county 4'J years ago. Several number of her young friends in a most morrow. -- Advocate brotners and sisters and u loving wife and Hgreehble manner Fridav evening from James Cruleher, a colored jockey, of three children Btirvive him. His wife was (CI S to 12. Though young, Miss Sweeney Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, Lexingiun, wis Killed at h oritlg,e near Miss Annie House, and they were marhbs proved thatahe is very capable in Lxbauon Junction Sun lay. He w Vagons and Plows. us sit- ried just 13 years ago. May God givo the art ol entertaining. ting in the open doorway of the cMr wbh her and hers consolation in this dark Tho select spring school that h4 his leB hanging out when struck oy tlo hour. Almost the first business that Mr. been taught by Mrn. Mary L. Anderson bridge and thrown from the car. Withers entered was that of tho farming at West Point closed on Friday afternoon Come in and look through our samples of Paper. NewThe circuit judk" tit Lireticeburg implement and vehicle and for years he with appropriate exercises. Mrs Ander granted Joe Brown a new trial, est and Latest Designs. convict followed it in Lancaster, where like at son taught it verv successful school and ed of the murder of Polk MotM and Stanford he made many warm friends, W: B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. gave mueh satisfaction an a teacher given 10 vars, beeniHu the sheriir allowwho will sorrow over his demise. He was i.: , It waa with regret the cit'xena i ed the jury to drinit six quart of whisky a man of strong convictions and when he Lancaster learned of the recent death of and two b ltlet) of beer. Ho then grant- set his head it was impossible to move Mr W. Lenin Withers, of Stanford, who ed hi n hail in $4,000 him. For nnny years he was a member .. ,; Hi . waa for a number of yeara engaged in the Middlesboro local optlonists aro mak- of the Christian church and was a good hardware busltieee here, and Waa highly ing strenuous eflorta to shutout siloocs man and a good citizen. eM tinned for hla integrity of character. on May 12 A monster tent has beon Mr. Withers' popularity was shown to It U surprising how rapidly the work raised and Mre. C. S. Nield and other no-t- d sDino extent by the immense crowd ia progrefesing upon the ne' Mtthodlst advocates of prohibition will plead which gathered at his burial. Friends chutch. Ttie building is of brick and c the cause till election day. The regis- for miles around were there while the Is Now- e an improvel style with handsome of the two orders he belonged 000 voters. members tration shows windows, having an entrance frontS. I). Turner has (lied suit in Gar- to, Knights of Honor and Knights of the ing the street, but Ht the right haud cor rard aguiut J. I) Nave slid wifo for Maccabees, were most all present. Ills J ner damages. Turner married Nave's burial w.ii under the auspices of tho first (Ml OtOJOt- Some of tho young pcoplo of the 91 daughter about a year ago and the peti- named order, but Maccabees from various churches will meet this week to Mt. Xenia and the local lodge organize a temperance society. The band tion charges the defendant with taking plaiutili'n wife from him because he did marched In the proceesion and joined in will include both young ladled and younu the ceremony to some extent. EUer :: men. Olllcers will be selected and it is not swear to his iuturest in court. Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. CI1 M. N. Driggars, the Richmond merBrewer, pastor of the deceased, also conhoped much good will result from the You should call in and see our stock. chant, who was attacked by u woman ducted services at the grave. organization. sv .':: t The measles aro still prevailing, go and her daughter with a "homo protec .U) MATRIMONIALJIAnERS. ing the rounds tu whole families. A few tor and an umbrella because they be: lieved ho waa trying to ruin the daugh Jacob Jesswein, a Russian, and Miss til have been very sick with them. Mr, I i G istlneau was regarded aa dangerously ill ter, has made an assignment to S. L. Ida Klebs, a pretty German girl, will be All new goods lor spring and summe . Midkitl for the bunelit of his credimarried at Ottenheim for two or three days. He was so i that wear. Every thing strictly Up-tdate. tors. J.C.Bryant, of Bourbon, aged 70, his brother from Pulaski was summoned Since tho purchase of the Knoxville, !Ji to his bedside. Cumberland Gap and Louisville, the who recently paid a young woman JS.00G The farmers of Garrard comity say Southern railway lino refused to allowits for breach of promise, was married last that never on record have as many acres care to run over the L. tN., and passen- week to Mies Katie Cain, a maiden of .O. of oats been sown as this year. Tobacco gers and freight nro transferred at Jellico i i At Athens, Tenn., a married man beds are being prepared and tho plants The ultimate idea Is to divert tho exji .: will noon be put out, and from preeent change of trailic from Jellico to Middles- wrote a letter to a young lady asking her i to run off with him, and Bhe did not do indications there will he an abundant boro. Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a i a thing but get a cow hide and weor it yield of this weed. Many of tho fari Threshing Machine. Mrs. Frank Gardner, living near out on him when ehe met him on the mers are quite busy planting corn. They thisState,fcommitted suicide by street. Yours for Bargains, hNu report that some of the wheat looks jumping into a well and drowning her A Washington dispatch says that the better than at that. i self at her home. Her husband was marripge of Miss Julia, daughter of Vice Miss Jennie MeKee, of Covington, i allhuted with n cancer on the mouth and President Stevenson, aud Rev. M. D. is the guest of Mrs. Malcolm Gill. .Miss Hustonville, Ky ran The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, iiad gone to.Ciucinnati to have it treateJ. Hardin will occur in that city May '2S rii Eudoxie Moss is at homo for a short vif-Sho had aUo lopt a daughter recently, and and be followed by a reception at tho Hofrom Ileaumnnt C)llege, Harrodsburk!. it is believed that these two facts had so tel Normandie. Mies Kiit" Walker is at home from a propreyed on her mind that it hud become John Pendleton, a Garrard county tracted visit to Mrs. W. G. Dunlap, of THE alfected. farmer, and Miss Lula Burruss, of Metcalf Lexington. Miss Florence Jennings, of of Scott Jackson for tho county, were The trial married at the Carpenter Danville, is with Miss Maud R)biuson. murder of Pearl Bryan, in progress nt House Saturday, by Rev. R. R. Mr. Robert Arnold and wife, of RichNoel, who Newport, will lilctly last all the wook. says he is always ready and willing to mond, aro visiting relatives in Garrard. No new developments are being made, leave his coal oflico to make people hapMr. L. O. Hopper, of Covington, has but the chain of circumstances is being py in that way. been visiting his mother. B. A. Speu-cu- r, fotgod around the prisouer which will Forty-fiv- o years ngo Squire Turner, of Louisville, was with hia parents certainly convict him of tho heinous of Bloomlngton, 111., fell out Sunday. Mrs. Stella Lapsley, of with his Try one for 30 Days and if you crime. Walling's trial has been post- sweetheart and wont to tho Pacific Is the guest of Mrs. R. E. coast. don't it you needn't take it. poned till May 12. A few weeks ago ho wrote to her opolo-giziMrs. Betsy Nevius, of Stan The court of appeals lua decided that for his conduct and laot week they ford, is visiting Mrs. James Dillon. Mrs, a will cau be probated on any day dur- were married. He is 73 years old Ransom Carson, of Hustonville, is the and she a regular term of county court, in- is 10 years younger. What a life time of giust of Lancaster friends. Mrs. Martha ing of only on tho first day, as has misery they likely have missed! Turner, of Nicholasville, is visiting Miss stead heretofore been regarded as the legal Fifteen years ago Wesley Whitaker, Bettie Doores. Mrs. Theodore Moran, then a prominent Owsley county man, Try one and you will never use of London, is visiting her parents, Mr. time. The theory of the defense in the fell in love with Miss Campbell, a beauany other kind. and Mrs. W. J. Olemorson. Messrs. It. case will be that Will Wood is tiful young 10 year old girl, and they T. Embry, John Walker and Henry Jackson Bryan and wero married, living happily of together for Simpson attended tho game of base ball the author the ruin of,Pearl had her killed, or rather she was killed several years, until tho breaking out of at Richmond Thursday, Miss Annie an abortion on her. the war when he got Prewitt, ol Kirksville, is visiting Mrs. in producing Congressman Hall, of Missouri, and into tho penitentiary for murder. His Charles Norris. Miss Ida May Grant Money, of Mississippi, fought in the wife got a divorce, but did not marry. s' has returned from a visit to room at Washington. Hall Last week Whitaker was pardoned and Mrs. 8. P. Grant, of Danville. Mr. and committee had called Money a liar. going home asked his for a kiee. Mrs. John Bolden have returned to JuncAt Kent, O., a train frightened Levi She gave him one and he took two. There tion City after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Swinehart's horse, aud in attempting to was magic in it for it awakened tho old George Evans. hold him he ruptured a blood vessel, dy- love and before night tho happy pair aD The Sultan of Turkey has a mania ing almost instantly. were again made one, never more, let ua Frank Hanks, of New Albany, Ind., trust, to be parted. for collecting carriages. He has nearly 500 of them and often loses half an hour ate three dozen eggs on a wager, and CRAB ORCHARD. when he finished offered to bet he could deciding in which one he will tide. The president of the American Fed- eat a dozen more. Dr. J. W. Grant will be in Crab OrSeventeen-year-ol- d Nannie Bulger, chard tomorrow, 29th, to practice eration of labor says that half a million his of Maysville, took a dose of rough ou rata profession. laborers are going to demand an because her beau took another girl to an day May 1. 1. Fit and Satisfac- John Callahan will probably die Spectacles at 25 cents, 0 cents, 75 cents and A cyclone struck the city of Salem, ice cream supper. of Smith and from being pawed by a mule at LexingThe great piano house tton Guaranteed. Vs., killing two people and injuring 1 ton. Nixon hu failed for million. four. e. hh MM ilk oar-loa- Pat-ro- itJavbs ii 1 ;n-?.tA'-ti."B Aim-le- IVr-ki- na j,t'.; m htr3r: For Less Money CLOTHING eourt-houe- e. Oar-tiiHvi- llf warm-hearte- d, r-'r-v .or? I W Oo Mil IQWiDiiU II TM Q li) in . Wagon anfl implement Paint. Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. ' u-- p"v:-yW- ( -- mae-slv- 10,-0- 00 Mc-Kinu- 1 I 1 Complete in Every Department. I 1 -- MTSPBIHGr STOCK 1 ficw pttttiqery GlotfyirjgI! i ': k I i j 1 o pRm& "bgd ww: I Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes in Great Variety. CHARLES WHEELER, i 1 it Poilar Washer. Har-rodabu- ts. ng Greatest Washer of the Age, FARRIS & HARDIN. Frouch-Everso- le three-week- CRAIG : & : HOCKER, CASE DRUGGISTS. Price. Spectacles "Ljour Owru ex-wi- fe ur Look at These Prices I T' sry- - . t-- s " V, 1 i. (r - WtMtf INTERIOR Stanford. Kt., JOMNfll mirable suggestion in its issue- of the legislation. gold reserve. will try to At Huntington, W. Va , John and Missouri freesilverltes 24th. It is that Judge J. V. Alcorn, of Koutucky'a vote for Silver Dollar Wilbert Kggore, brothers, died tho same be induced to become a candithis place, Amul23, 189G date for delegate from the night of consumption. Both bodies were Bland? ee-cu- ro The Mt. Vernon Eagle makes an ad- crata of Arkansas favor extreme sllvor 388.0SG.70, including $100,000,000 for tho my StAte-at-lar- ge W. P. WALTON. f H injunction. Hei8 going to get Wisdom. That is to say Miss Belle Wisdom, a A Content of I. lam. bel!f, as rich as she is beautiful, Judge (to prisoner) Your Ktntuinrnt and he will get her next Thursday. The does not ngreo with tho evidence of tlie (St Senator has been paying aesidious court lost witness. for some time, but it did not leak out till "I don't wonder. Ho's n bigger liar a few days ago what took him to the than I nni.' A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, and why he. was so solid-tu- s often, Tlir New Wotrmn. about the health of Senator Ogilvie, Bhe disapproves of fancy T. D. RANEY, Manager. work. CrochetlriK she think horrid. whom he visited so frequently. The selection of Lexington as the tho wmo- wl,nn hlnR Branch Stores: She nlwiiya knits her forrhMd ko wron place for holding the democratic State in Florida, Mr. W. N. Halde-ma-- N' Y World Nt Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, ttardstown, Lawrcnccburg, convention recalls tbo fact that it is now president of tho Courier-Journ-convention Company, celebrates the the 7oth anni16 years ago, since a similar Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, NKW Al1VKHTI.HKMK.Vr1 was held there, just prior to the nomina- versary of bis birth. Which one of our Elizabcthtown, Franklort. Ky., tion for president of Gen. Winfield Scott esteemed cotemporaries throughout the and Mauckport, Ind. N Hancock. J The writer was present as a country can claim the services of a more v s - t .' jy . J s . s .ii.,. .t ... delegate and remembers very vividly the vigorous or energetic young man ? NEWSY NOTES. passage at arms between Judge M. J. II jou want a No t Hucgy, one worth crry 27tb. Not ono. And here's While plowing near Osgood, Ind., dollar ou hae io pjr l r IU and one thai will be Durham and Hon. Henry Watterson, in hoping that the same can be said for guaranteed which the great editor appeared to come many yoars. He is Kentucky's grand old Francis Brown struck a box containing l'K"l KU IU to give you tLfatou ami Uujjjrjr BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, out second best. The party was fully as man and the press' most belovod neator. IS00. Bill Rider, who killed Mary Boyd, bully torn up then as now, but it got to- Huitonville, Ky. He l!l not haod! a ma colored, at Louisville, waa given 21 itufi. He ha tome beautiful Suirvs ami shoddy gether and gavethe superb soldier PhaThat the ruling passion is strong even eton. The genuine Malta Cultivator! and I'lowi, jority of 43,449. Lexington is rather in death is again proven. Mud Dauber yeara. the txit inuie, as all farmert lll te.l )ou. Co to Two wife murderers were put to see him and save jcur money short of hotel accommodations for the Smith, who is to be bung at noon toSave Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground 015 delegates and thousands of others morrow at Lexington, baa Bent a written death by electricity in New York last Right. who will gather there, but she will do request to the judge to let him view the week. accomA girl at Athens, Tonn., cowbided a her best and what she will lack in circus parade, which will pass the jail modations she will make up in good an hour earlier. The judge, believing married man who wrote her an Insulting liquor and good cheer. By that time that the negro ought to use bis last mo- letter. died within six hours Two let us hope that every faction of democ- -' ments in trying to obtain pardon for his racy will have flopped together and over sins, bad not granted the request at last at Falmouth. They were David Logan It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, and John Curry. the whisky and tbo mint renew their accounts. don't keep it. Bees Bwarmed on the head of a brotherly love and resolve to pledgee-oYou dodge the issue, Bro. O'Sullivan. child at Rusbville, Ind., and right only the common enemy in the fuWe expressed no surprise at your fond- etungit to deatn. ture and no more among themselves. ness for Gov. Bradley personally for we Five persons wore killed and 20 Senator Blackbukn, like Bancbo'fl are very fond of htm ourselves, but it is a injurod, three fatally, by a cyclone in ghost, will not down, but continues to little inconsistent to demonstrate so Clay county, Kan. make himself a thorn in the democratic much of a Damon and Pythias attachPresident Cleveland and family have Good Goods and Low Prices is ment for a man who belongs to a band of left the White House and taken their Bide. He is directing his massive intelthe Thing. lect now to getting the counties to pass "midnight assassins" as you term the A. abode atWoodley. resolutions indorsing the action of the P. A's, and who would ostricise you polithealer, who had Schrader, the divine legislators, who supported him and con- ically for espousing the religion of your irnrliPil IiIh wav as far as Naativiuo, was Sold from Sample. demning the others as bolters and trai- fathers. run out of that city. considers of moro importors. This he Frank Henry, aged 14, accidentally The conflict of authority between tance than the currency question or the hung himself while playing in a hamChairman Charles R. Long, of the State presidency. In other words, Mr. BlackCentral Committee, and Mr. Urey Wood- mock, near Frankfort. Is the Place. burn, the basest of bolters, hopes to son, a member of it, is Thomas Jones, of Wilkesbarre, Pa., not likely to proprofit by party discord and by stirring up and sustained injuries duce war, but it ia rather unfortunr.to fell out of bed more sheol, make himself more solid for Cut to match without waste. the party. Bro. Woodson is never from which ho will die. New Carpets, Matting, Wall If necessary can get carpet cut to fit with that faction of the party which satisfied unless he is in a row and will The Ohio Legislature has passed a floor in 48 hours. Moquettc and Smyrna Rugs always in stock. Furniture, Chairs, Window must rule or ruin. Nothing can hurt the bill making every Saturday afternoon in raise one even with a preacher. political fortunes of this insatiate buc Shades. Always ready to comthe year a legal holiday. caneer, who deserves tho execration of POLITICAL POINTERS. pare quality and prices. Make At Scott, La., a man was bound by every true democrat, who believes in robbers, stabbed to death and his house Next door to Penny's Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. it a point to sec me before buyThe official majority of Bale over Dr. party action and binds himself theroby. robbed of J7.000 iu cash. Walton is 158. ing. But for bis execrable course and his wilFloyd Bayes, of Louisa, blew his The Bandana Club at Louisville has ling follower, Mr. Hardin, Kentucky eeo whether V. W. given Cleveland and Carlisle a rousing brains out while trying to would not now be disgraced by republiImor tiot his riila was loaded. Bhould tap indorsement. can rule, and democracy A man in West Virginia shot and Undertaker and Furniture Col. Josiab Patterson Baya the sound Dealer, them heavily on their heads every time fatally wounded money men will control the convention killed hia wife and thon Stanford, Ky. they dare to raise them. and himself. and have 476 votes out of 920 delegates. bis father-in-laIn the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Joseph A. Nichols, a farmer, was A dispatch from Nicholosvillo says Tab diflerenco between a statesman Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and politician that P. Watt Hardin will open the ball struck by lightning while plowing in his and a Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANViLLE'and see of Secre- for free silver at a roi!sing meeting to be field near Clarkson and killed. is plainly shown in positions A small child of John Rusk, of and Gov. Matthews, of In- there next Saturday. tary Carlisle O.. while playing around a tub of The prohibs are tbo first and the diana. The former ia only concerned suds, fell in the tub and waa drowned. about the platform of his party, hold- pops will be last to hold conventions in e at Winchester The ing that paramount to personal advance- Kentucky this year Tho latter will hold ram.ht fire but the llamea were extin ment, while the latter is credited with thoir State convention at Louisville, July Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one guished before much damage was done. saying he would accept the nomination 14. of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kenon any platform that the miners wero killed and 13 present the standing of the reSeven At lor president party shall adopt. Fortunate for the publican candidates is: McKinley 381, wounded by the cave-i- n of a mine in tucky. f aV VV!l are Btill in the party that there ia not the least possibil- Allison, 41, Reed 99, Bradley 10, Morton Chihuahua. Forty-fou- r ity of this too willin' Barkis being called 00, Cullom 12, Quay 50. This puts Mc mine. Mrs. Joseph Cockling and Miss Daito lead even the forlorn hope that would Kinley within 75 of tho nomination. of any kiud of a O. C. Williams told a Post corresponsy Miller wero murdered and Joseph follow the adoption platform. ho would not be Cockling left for dead by robbers at Hilldent at Richmond that . of appeals has found anoth- a candidate for Congress, adding: "If I top, Md. This court -- BYMurderer Holmes insists that the have any influonce in Rockcastle, it will er hole in to the local option law. Harbe thrown to my friend, J. S, Owsley, rope to be used in banging him must bo din county voted for prohibition by a long enough to break hia neck. "I want large majority, but the court holds that Jr." The sinking fund commissioners no bungling job," he Bays. You should see our the Elizabetbtown precinct having voted have appointed Cripple Creek, Col., has pluckily deA. If. StewD in the election against the proposition, is art, of Richmond, physician, and Sam clined offers of financial assistance on oio by the result taken as a whole. not bound fire SaturAnderson, of Nicholasville, foreman, of account of its million-dollaThe "wets" are therefore in high feather. is able to care the chair factory at the Frankfort peni- day afternoon, declaring it Thirty days trial on every one. for its unfortnnates. Tub G. A. R. of the department of tentiary. And Funeral Director. Notwithstanding the light receipts .Satisfaction guaranteed. ' Tho Bound money candidate for gov Wyoming and Oojorado censured PresiAlso carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buncrv Robes dent Cleveland for his pension policy. ernor of Arkansas has withdrawn because for April, there is ample money in tho ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. cause for the people to he says bis canvass of the State has con- NHnnal treasury to meet current expen This is another YANARSDALE. vinced him that a majority of the demo- - ses. The available cash balance ia $271,- Room opposite Court-Hous- e for the enemies he has made. Square, Stanford, Ky. love him 1 1 Pa-duc- "All thiose come to him who wnita." This is alike true of aniiiMlu rh well bb inanimate creations. Stanford has waited bin? and waited patiently to tlie honor of being the home of a Congressman, and the long vigil is tit last to be broken, a turning in the lengthy line is about to be reached. The Hon. George D.wiaon is noon to announce his candidacy for Congress and as an announcement ia equivalent to an election, when so eminent a statesman expresses a willingness to sacrifice himself for the good of tho people, we take it that the one o'erweaning ambition of the capital of Lincoln is soon to ba gratified. The selection of such a man too to represent this enlightened an 3 progressive constituency in Congress will be peculiarly appropriate and a consummation devoutly to be wished. An Apollo in appearance, a Chesterfield in manners, a Carlisle in intellect and a Demosthenes in oratory, the man of parts, the student of economic questions, the compendium of knowledge, the Hun. George Davison stands out iu bold relief as the one man preordained and designed to save the country and restore the statu quo ante. It is not often that the people haye Buch a glorious opportunity to redeem themselves by accepting such a Moses to lead them out of the wilderness. TbBt thev will be true to it and thattbey will embrace it by a practically uuani-mou- s vote, there can be no shadow of shade of a doubt. Democratic canthe didates will have their intellectual fires piled by this coruscating luminary and will flee to the mountains of Iiepsidam, and whero the wbangdoodle mournetb for his first born, bide their diminished heads before the enthusiasm that this giant of intellectuality will create. And thereat the woodcock will be Btruck so dumb with amazement tha', uaable to utter his usual remark, he will say not a word and "jt-s- lafT." pos-aess to the Chicago convention. The judge would make an ideal delegate, being sound on every isiue dear to tho democratic heart and strong in his advocacy of tho nomination of that greatest and most eminent of statesmen, John G Oirhsle, for tbo presidoncy. TUo Kigle adds both wisely and felicitously: "Uncompromising and yet conservative, able and far seeing, of commanding ability and superior judgment, Judge Alcorn is the character of man that tho democracy of Kentucky needs, that the democracy of the Union needs In the convention that may perpetrate or may destroy tho democratic party, and with it the prospects of good government, of prosperity and peace." Judge Alcorn is especially strong in this and tho 11th districts and is well and favorably known all over the State. We hope and believe that he may be induced to permit the use of his name for tho high honor. Ken-tuckian Quay fared better than other bo called favorite boos that we could enumerate, but nothing to brag of. Pennsylvania instructed for him, without handicapping him with a second choice, but it required a great deal of efTort and much tact to McKinley men keep the persistent down. They demanded second instructions and raised a "helliballoo," but were finally knocked down and dmgged out. Virginia republicans instructed first and last for "that pioneer of promised prosperity, Win. McKinley, of Ohio." Wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get Wisdom. Proverbs 4;7. That fiery, untamed, red headed Bon of Mars, Senator Charles J. Bronston, of Lexington, is at last going to obey a Scriptural Pen-nvrile- To-da- y, n, al pooplo of Boies' homo county won a victory there Saturday at tho county convention, outs' men three numbering the to two. Ministor A.S. Willis has arrived at Kan Francisco on his way to Loulavlllo from Hawaii and It is e.ild tha t he wil run for Cong'ees in hta old district. Secretary Carlisle Iiob written to leaders there that ho sincerely hopes our democratic frieudn In tho 11th district will solect sound nion-odelegates to the State convention and to the Chiiago convention. Gen. John H. Castloman baa withdrawn from tho contest for delegate from 5th district to the National convention Wo understand that ho is not in accord with the sentiment of tbo district on the money question or tho endorsement of Carlisle. Chairman Long advises all county chairmen to have alternate delegates elected, saying that otherwise many powerh-bcounties may tlnd theuinelvt-Proxconvention. to participate in the ies are not going to be recognized in.the future. It gives a chance for too much fraud. Tho republican executive committee of the 11th Congressional district met at Williamsburg with three county chairmen present and the rest of them by proxy. They decldod to hold a primary election August 15 and have tbe returns Congressman Cotton counted there. ami seemed to have things was present hia own way. Tho spectacle of a republican State convention marching its delegates to tlo rostrum and compelling them to solemnly pledge themselves to abide by the instructions of the convention waa exhibitThe precaution was ed at Nashville. probably necessary. The average republican doesn't mind going back on his pledgee, but if these do they can bo prcs ecuted for perjury. Tho basis for representation at tho State convention will be one for each 200 votes cast by eoch county and legislative district, taking tho highest democratic vote, whether in the presidential election in 1892 or at tho State election in 1895. By this arrangement, the counties, which almost went entirely over to the enemy last year, will have a decent representation, though thev do not deserve it. Gold-standarex-Go- v. interred in tho same gravo. silver-Bole- Peter Egbert, a crazy boy 17 yenm 73W old, killed Mrs. Herman Haschko, her C zWt two children, tho stinriU' and u deputy ? v -If sherill aUtockvlllo, Ind. Ho finished ("lur T l'r!rrc nurt fInrt rnliifc nre nliv.ive iirnml. rl iiiaawfiifwork by killing himself. A Louisville Urm has secured the .. ;; ncnt features, but for the next io days ve will make thc: ,, influence felt on the general purchasing public even great- contract from John W. Mackay for a mausoleum to cost 1225.000 to bn erected i than ever before. Our Mr. Urbnnsky is now Kast mak- T over tho reuiaiiiBof hia eon, who was ; ing heavy purchases of A killed iu 1'r.uicH bv a fall from his horse. VaVV,T feV:it:VS &lr.t ehold Tlie Power of Cash ! rr &.iVi -- tf Mi ' 3 -- vcr i, xl Cou-greMot- y ADDITIONAL LQCAlT Plk.ntv extra quality chicken feed on hand. Lay in our euppl y before it is nil gone. J. H. B.uighman it Co. DuHt.so thoir euvt-ra- l dn) h' (Uh at Cumberland FhIIp, Messrrt J. B. 0ftm, eon Cubbed!, and two Lexington gentleman caught poundn of lUh. SO-o- i'Kfotfiino and Dry Goods, m ' Oxfords, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, and he a .informs us that theJKastcrn markets arc full to overflow- - .vw, f ng with desirable goods and that jobbers and manufac- y:turers arc eager to sell and are making liberal concessions y - " ; to unload, so look out for 'W I r3: s s Tiik Hon. P. J. Fore WHH billed to speak at Lnncaster jeoterdMy iu the interest of his race for CongrtM. Our people havo never been given an opportuni ty to Bee what manner of a man theShel by .0 Grand Harvest of Low Prices. . entry is. . Wc only mention a few of the thousands of bargains wc have in stock. Ladies black seamless hose, 7Js, worth Kv -- . crowd attended court yesterday but there wrr not much activity in tho caUlu trade. Only about 50 were on the market, and littl. or no demand for them. The horse show was the poorest for years Louis Walz bought of H. A. Pleasants n amall lot of hogs at 3c, and of A. M. Pence pome butcher Ptufl at 2 jc. LANCMsrKii Court. A good ? 'T' 4; 5c.$ Linen Dimity only I2jc. India Linen, regular 'iC G0us at 5c. Checked and striped white goods, 5c. Ladies' sleeveless vests, 5c; better one for 10c. Ladies' Percale Shirt Waists, .Sc, worth 75c. 1 N 1 fcs ' otply .'you. 1 5c, one-hal- f (At tho Restaurant.) Diner When I e.nv you a year ago you had just left college. You Merc then about to muko your fortune, you said. AtUMiuunt es, and now I run waiting for it. Boston Transcript. Hopeful. Z Children's and Ladies' Oxfords at v .T. N what others ask Cottonadc at ioc per yard. Laundered negligee Si shirts 35c. Cottonade pants lye; woruufjsc. L,nrEC3 . . brown Utickeyc hats ioc. Good outitMf 'Mnrts, 2.1c. Lace shy Curtains as low as 50c per nair. Ladies' Pat. Tin Shoes. 7. SSc. Mens' Suits Sj, worth $5 Matting ioc. Jointlcss V7T. matting, 15 c. ... ji ;: LOUISVILLE STORE. Tit-Blt- h. - . 3Rs Courier-- Buggies, Cultivators. D. S. Journal, mmMz?K i&ife'Mmm -1 j. - .1 M Carpenter, The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Spring Cleaning. We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. f Now is Tho Time. W. H. WEAREN & CO. CARPETS I WITHERS' Pa-pe- Ingrains, Brussels, Moquettes and Velvets. H. J. McROBERTS. r, WITHERS, The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House w time-servin- g, pot-hou- se Mal-ab- y. court-hous- A. E. GIBBONS, VaPL "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." UNDERTAKING jr. c. r BUCKEYE CHUB,!! J. K. ircitAitY Practical Trimmer, Enibalmer atBttinka vrp,m , ' uH'ttlf..VI'fr9V1l.almfnmmw I ill pnMHU. aiss wi.-n- win Tan., ,n,.i mnm nmn0Bmmkmmmmmsmm w' .lmi-- i in J. T. lAfrr.Jlv hiTrniri'., Iruimtnr i ll&li iwi lwu-- juuiutiu. daya. Ky-- , Kmiiiiy ia in Lexington (or a few atieo New umbrellaa and parasols. tte Son. Sever- - A NICE line of Rents' neckwear at Shanks'. Uig-Rin- a, Btanfoiid, - Aran, E. C. Walton, Business Sheep shears of nil kinds at Warren & Bmck and sand for sale. J. D. his sweetheart iicrc. Shanks'. Stanford. U, 181)6 Mils. 0 S. N't km) will tlolivorn lecture on Temperance nt tho Ohrietian church Tub moBt stylish Oxfords in Danville. Gentlemen's leather belts at Shanks' Sunday night next Caldwell & Lanier. at popular prices. Manager. piiPBt of CITY AND VICINITY. Mit. Hoi.dam Stl'.uit, of GrayB, iatho ! Our Percales Are The Prettiest, Our Silks the Most Stylish and our Ready- Made Shirt Waists the most Perfect in the market. Remember that for quantity, quality and price of Black Goods. M We wnntto sell every lady at least two N'kw kid gloves, tan, black and white. pairs of Oxfords this season. Caldwell A Severance A Son. GiiVATsale ol jewelry by unction at Ice cream at John 11. Meier's. Lanier, Danville. Foil shoes make apecial trip to see us. Walton's Opera House, beginning April for sale. O J. N'uwland. Plants Its a loss of money but the goods nuiBt Caldwell A Jiuier, Danville. 27th Bt 2 o'clock. See nil. G. L. Penny. gu iur wniuwver itmy uring at tlie aucWant your repair work. Danks. CoMKin and see tho litest ideas in tion. G. L. I'ennv Exor. PEKSUffAlPOINTS. Ick chests, nil sizia, at W. II. Weare n shirt WHist goods at Shanks'. SunThy one of Farm A llHrdin's Popular Tiliibn Cook, of Danville, spent & Uo.'s. I wit.!, insure your tobacco barn for day with his Bisters bote. Washers for 30 days. If you don't like KTIIA fine toilet soups. Craig & threo years. Jt-a- D. Wearen. Mji. am) Mm. W. J. Yaokii, of Louisit you wont have to pay for it. . Hooker. ville, are at Castle Cobb. An elegant line of percales in Persian Yaluaiilk silverware, watches, clocks Cut gluca and silverware Ht cost. Danke. and other lato effects at SliHnkb'. Miss Jusnik West's private schoo and jewi lry at less than half their value opened yesterday w Ith 27 scholars. e Lambs' uhirt wnists at Gh.T your white troweors, white vests, at Penny's auction. If you waut barMiia. I. V Hiiaiihaiji) returned Friday gains now ia your time. Shanks'. Ht Cyntbiana lustre coitta and straw huts at Shank'. from h visit to her parents John Cook's barbershop is undergoMh. J. M. Ukniikickh, who has been Water Haul .Mrs. Mildred Bez-ley- 's Ouu ready mixed paints are selling smoke-hous- e sick for several months Ib able to be out ing repair. whs broken open a (hsU Let us give prices before you purfew nights ago, tint the scamps must Hgain. A I. ways call on us for shoes. OaliUell chase. CrBlg A Docker. MiiuSuhikLasi.kv returned yesterday have oeen mgiiteneu away, aa no meat k Lanier, Danville, Bin reductions on everything in our waa in teeing. from n visit to the Misses Huntley at Livline, especially belts, waist sets, etc. This ingston. A giikat variety ol straw huts in newMh. It. O. Enolkman tells ua that he The Jessamine Journal says that Mrp. est th'iifc. Caldwell A Lnnier, Danville week only. Dankp, the Jeweler. has just finished planting three acres of been very ill for Robert McAllster baa Foil 8alk. Two wagonettes, one car- watermelons on Mr. D. W. Yando veer's Ol'H dog noap ia tho best on the markseveral daya. rying 10 and the other 10 passengers. Al- farm and that he will havo enough niel Miss Hki.es Thohmosi), who is teach- et. Craig & Mocker. so three dtummerH' wagons, cheap. M. ons to supply this portion of Lincoln ing in Garrard, spent Sunday with Fi.owkk Pots all sizes at Warren it S. A J. W. Baughman. county. friends here. Shanks' Model Grocery. Lackey and son, Sam, Jr., of Mk. S. K. Friday, Anotiikh light shower The Centre College base ball team Gallatin, Tenn., are with Mr. and MrB. Ir you want a watch get it from Danka went up to Richmond Saturday and reducing tho heat somewhat, hut doing V. M. Lackey. at cost. This week only. bested tho Central University 3 to 5. little other good. The rainfall to date Jkmik D. Wkahks spent Ust week The LoniloiiB were defeated at Williams- this month has not been half an inch, Ladilh' lace collars, all sizes, colors, burg by working the mountain towns for clothless than ever before recorded. "Tuesthe home team 17 to qualities and prices at Shanks'. ing and Insurance. day probably fair, stationary temperaMn. 'im Wohtham tells us that hia Mu. S. T. KoiiiHTtt haa moved his famiture." Thhee house and lots in Stanford for frienn. inn Cook, of Boyle, haa a hen ly from KowUnd to Gum Sulphur, where sale. Apply to W. A. Tribble. Good. Chief Train Dispatcher W. F. that .iH in a black bird's nest in a high he haa rented a farm. u Sheridan tells us that on May 20th the Seeds in bulk and papers at cedar tree. Those who know Mr. GarGarden Mu. and Mhs. Clayton West, of will not doubt for an instant the K. C. branch will put on another pasDr. Warren A SliBnka' Model Grocery. rard, spetitjjunday with her parents, truthfulness of this, strange as it may senger train. It will leave Stanford at and Mrs. 1$M. Iwis. Garden HoeB, Rakes, Spading Shovels, seem. 3 p. m. and return at about 9 p. i. Our MibsLkUvC. Maiitin, of the Saulley Ac, at Warren A Shanks' Model GroLancaster friends are tickled to death at neighborhood, is spending a few days cery. A mono the papera of Hon. W. II. Milthought of two trains each way per with Mra. W. II. Ilraily. ler have been found paid up life insur- the Lke Piuik, for whipping a little son of ance polices to the amount of I1.S00 in day. SatMiss Oi.aiia W. Lackey returned urday from a protracted visit to relatives Abu Higgius, also colored, was lined 5 three companies, a third of which he The Black Diamond. A mass meetand costs in Judge CHrson's court Satur- leaves to his wife, the rest to hia credIn fit. Iouis and louiavllle. ing of tho cit'zens of Knox county, Misses Ixu Ulaiik and Kdna Coulter, b day. itors. He also owned considerable oth Tenn., waa held at Knoxville last week, pair of Boyle county beauties, are the City Taxes. Six percent will bo add- er property. when resolutions were adopted to peti guests ol Mra. T. A. Coulter. ed to your city taxes If not paid by June annual commencement ex- tion the copnty judge to order an elecTiik tirst Mil. AND MllS. W. H. DlLLION, of Liv- - 1. Pay now nnii save costs. O.J. ercises of tho Stanford Public School, tion on the question of voting $1, 100,000 are the guests of the latler's iugaton, collector. colored, will be held at Walton's Opera to aid in building Col. Boone's Black mother, Mrs.Bettlu Uroaddus. Friday night next, when Prof. W. Diamond railroad, which is to run from Bituminous and Otnnel Coal mixed House Mn. W.J. HoiiAN.onoof tho cleverest Chicago through Stanford to Savannah, D. Tardif promises an entertaining promen In Garrard county, whh the guest of for Cooking Purposes cheaper than gram. Thero will be four graduates, Ga. It may bo a long way off, but the cheap. Also the celebrated Bird Eye Mr. Henry I). Baughman Sunday. Misses Anniu Adkins and Annie Buck-ne- r, iron horse may yet rush through this J. H. Baughman A Co. Mica UklthaVbatcii, of Louisville ar- nut. Robert Lckey and John Wade section on hiajournev from tho lakes to yesterday to visit her cousins, rived Firk. A tenant house on Mr. R. Alter the exorcises proper thero will be tho sea. MUes Mollie Datigherty and Lula Allen. Cobb's farm burned Friday. It had been a tambourine drill by 12 glrlB Bnd a Madam Jaiilkv's Wax Wobks. A fan drill by 21 boys and there will good crowd attended Madam Jarley's Mils. P. G. Wakneii, daughtfr, Miss occupied by Willis Preston and burned Llllie, and son, J. B. Warner, of Lancas- the day he moved out. It is thought be music, instrumental and vocal, all Wax Works at Walton's Opera House through the program. Seats will be ter, Iibvo bei-- thu guests of Mrs. J. W. that it was set on fire. Friday night and witnessed a perfor white people, who nre cor Peirin. left hia family in dially invlto.1. Rev. W. M. Richards formance that was both amusing and Mn. Lewis Withers n Misses II allikEdmiston, Besslo enjoyable from start to finish. The memgood linarcial condition. Besides the Orwill preach the Baccalaureate Sermon at and Thomas Carson, of Crab neat suburban residence and other prop- tho Christian church Wednesday night. bers of the Young Ladies' Aid Society of chard, were the guests of Mrs. James F. erty, he had policies tu the Knights of tho Presbyterian church were instruCummins. by mental in getting up the entertainment each. Honor and Maccabees of Tint Miller addition to Stanford, Mu. Lkk MAXEY.nn experienced jewwhich acres of beautiful building lots and their efforts were regarded by a levees elry auctioneer, Is holding The Lincoln County Medical Society wero opened for improvement, will stand nice sum which will go to mipsionary at Walton's Opera Uouso for George L. will meet at Crab Orchard whent as a monument to the enterprise and purposes. Miss Georgia Lewis took the Penny, Exor. of the Hon. W. 11. diilicult role of Madam Jatley and playthe secretary, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, will JUIXlE W. E. VAHNONwillgO to Rich- be the essayist of the occasion. His paper Miller, who so recently went from among ed it in a manner that would have been mond this morning to spend n day or will be "Higienic, dietetic aud medicinal us forever. Many of tho turnpikes in a credit to one who had spent her life be two in tho interest of his friend, John management ol children under two the county owe their building to him, in hind the footlights. Sho wpb a aplendid Sam Owsley, Jr. yearn." fact he left his impress on many things museum lecturer and her costume was a Mn. H. M. Mcss.ol Garrard, went up Ho very laughable ono indeed. With a clear of a lasting nature in the county. u "Sweet Alyck," is a new piece of to Pinevllle Friday. Ho was accompanvoice and perfect enunciation Miss Lewdewaa a man of wonderful energy and dedicated to Miss Alyco Woolford ied by Mrs. Eveline Crank, who has been finding to do is told her story of each character in a termination, what his hand Drye, of Hustonville, by tho composer, the guest of his wife. that ho did with all his might. There most interesting way and the audience Miifc. John H. Bbooks and daughter, Mr. Charles R. Posey, of Lawrenceburg. never waa a more faithful public official, ahowedita appreciation of her by freMollie, of Harrodsburg, passed through It wbh Bet to music by Henry Saxtou, of thero was never a truer friend and Julius quent applause. The characters were all to Crab Orchard Friday to visit Mrs. Lexington, and ia eaid to bo a splendid Ca'ser could not have been braver. Ho well represented and each of the ladies production. Brooks and MisajMollie Brooks. waa in fact absolutely without fear and and gentlemen who took part ia deservMiHa JeanShkiiiy, MIsh Witherspoon ing of much complimentary mention but Cards announcing tho arrival of Jean waa at once the bravest and truest man and Miss Louise Saunders will make a of Mr. wo havo ovor known. Peaco to hia ashes where many did so well it is invidious to tlrat born pleasant little house party at Miss Julia Warren Beckner, tho particularize. Tho following is a list of been and may tho sod reit lightly over him. of this week. Lexington and Mra. Lucien P. Beckner, have Spurt's, a part the characters and those who representifsuod. The mother was Misa Marie Herald. Local option will likely re- ed them: Susan B. Anthony, Miss Belle KiLLiNO. aud waa a favorite here, where Mn. G.M. Smith, of Flat Lick, carao Warren tremendous impetus at Uarroda-bur- Denny; Flora, Misa Mary Noel; Boy stood ceive a Bhe frequently visited her lovablo and down Sunday to attend the burial of Mr. from the killing of tbo old police- on tho Burning deck, Sam Burch; RebecVa W. L. Withers. lllis wife, who was a popular cousins. man, John Russell, by tho drunken des and Rowcna, Mis3ea Georgia Wray and aiBtor of Mr. Withers, has been here Not iiy a Good Deal. A dispatch from perado, Larken Downey, which occurred Mario Warren; 20th century girl, J. M. some time. Richmond to tho Cincinnati Enquirer of at that plice Saturday night. Down- Alverson; Orator, WillKmbry; Lady Pi rr tints of those Catlettsburg beau- yesterday, that tho editor of tho Inter- ey was creating a disturbance, when Mine Annie McKinney; Glggler, ties, Mimes Marie Bromley and Maud ior Journal was dying of appendicitis, Russell, who was CO and had been nipht Mies Adele Saulley; Bachelor and Lady Maicuin, wtiojara known to a number of caused the Louisville Times to send this policeman for many years, caught hold Love, J. N. Saunders and Misa Pattio voting men here, appear in Sunday's order to Its correspondent here, "Rush of him attempted to arrest him. Down- Alcorn; Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, l. about your brother's condition," when ey thereupon drew a pistol and fired Miss Jonnie Warren; Mellin's Food Ba Mu. S. W. Moohk and wife, of Bowling at the same time we wero on duty at trie three shots into tho officer's abdomen. bies, Misses Belle Donny and Kate AlGreen, are guests of hia brother, 0. A. oillce, fooling a littlo worso for wear but Chief of Police Smith succeeded in corn; Uncle Tom, Dexter Ballou; SleepMoore. Mr. Mooro was married Wedstill in the ring, and determined that no knocking tho fiend down and lodging ing Beauty and Prince, Misa Km ma Owsnesday and ia apendlug hla honeymoon little vermiform appendix or anything him in jail, not howevor until ho fired ley and W. B. McKinney; Lady of the vUiting his rolativea. two Bhots at him. RuBsell died in a few Lake, Miss Kate Alcorn; Liberty, Misa else for that matter shall knock us out. Miis. Janb'.Bali.kw, who jumpod durminutes and threats of lynching were Mary Bruce; Mine. Squaiini, Misa Annie ing tho runaway Thursday afternoon and R.-Reception freely made; and which, from what we Hays; Mr. Jarley, W. II. Woaren. Citizens' Dr. G. A. was considerably hurt, wna doing nicely Committee for the entertainment of the can hear, ought to be carried into eflect. W. B. Penny aa Pete and H. J. McRob-ert- s of Mr. yesterday and will soon bo out. Mrs. State Encampment G. A. It. department Mr. RuBaell waa a brother-in-laaa John, wero capital attendants to Miller was not injured at nil. of Kentucky, is to be hold at Somerset F. G. Brady, of this place, and his wife Madam Jarley, while little Miss Louieo Mn. 8. P. Staoo and wife, Mr. It. S. May lOth, asks that those who oxpect to survives. Kastlaud, made the cutest kind of Little Lytic and wife, and MeadatneB T. J. Fos- attend the encampment notify the comIngersoll will suffer bb severely Nell. After tho curtain went down on Bob ter and W. B. Penny attended tho burial mittee by May 10, bo that quartera may forIf unbelief in tho existence of a hell, tho first act, Miss Cowen Bang very hia of Mr. and Mra. J. bo secured for them. of Kyle, infant son Suitable accomsweetly "Tho Flower Girl" and on an aa tho editor of thia paper haa for his duGrit Rifle, at IIiiBtonvlllo Saturday. modations will also bo provided for all biety with reference to tho new fangled encoro Bang "Home Sweet Dome." Bethe second and third acts Bhe sang Mkb. Sthtuen Collikii, of Gum Sul- colored persona attending the encamp disease of appondicltia, he Is going to tween phur, who underwent n sovoro operation ment. A special committee of colored havo a heap of trouble We "Slug, Smile and Slumber," with violin e Mr. B, II. Danks. Mies at tho Joseph Price Hospital aome citizens have this matter in charge. All as much delight In annoying the obligato by ' tnontbaago, fcamo down yesterday to railroads havo agreed on one fare for the took Wearen was pianist and showed her'stomach ripping" doctors with publicaan adept at that instrument. epend a few daya with Dr. J. G. Carpen round trip. tions of thoao surgeons who deny the self to be ter. as Ingersoll A piano solo by Miss Cowen and a duet Kiruy. The Lancaster Record baa exlBtonco of the disease rETKiiSTiiAun, Jh., and W. II. Brady clergy by MiBaea Cowen and Woaren waa greatto Bay of ono of tho cleverest men on seems to enjoy stirring up the got back from LouiBvillo Saturday night, this uuorthodor beliefs, but we are ly enjoyed. A dummy mounted, repreroad: Capt. W. U. Kirby, who has with his senting "W. A. Tribble and his famous delighted with their trip which thoy the charge of tho local train on this road haa not going to do bo any more. We are as mare, Kate Malloy" caused much laughmade on wheels. They wero fortunate roputation of being the best and fully satiafled now that we have a vermienough to escape a "puncture," but a the It is subject to ter and applause. The doligbtful perand that mo&t careful conductor on tho L. A N. form appendix formance wound up with Madam Jarley's dog camo very near puncturing Pete' although having a freight disease, bb Pagan Bob will bo that there UIb train, Bhins aa he was pibsing a farm hotiao on 10,000 devils ahall vie full exhibition of wax figures and the train schedule, is always on time, and he la a hell, whon fire about acene was a very beautiful ono. Tho tbu way. had an accident for two years with each other in piling the Lancaster Record eaya that Capt. has not The Querrant and other distin- costumes, most of them were very hand last January. This is a record which him. Dr. F. J. White, who began typo setting in aro mistaken, when Borne and the pretty girls that took part any railroad man would feel proud of, guished physicians 1S30, and In hla prime could easily set appendicitis. Wo know by showed off to tho beat advantage. Missinto consideration that they scoff at is isnflOadav.Btill sticks three galleys a when it taken of last week that es Annio and Mary Alcorn, who were a mixed train ovor one of the tho sad experience is tnoro by a gal- he runs Is at general managers, are to bo congratulatday of brevior, which track ever thrust there Ib such a disease and that It ed on tbo success of the enterprise, not average man seta. Tho typo worst pieces of railroad destroyaggravating, soul ley than tho upon a suflerlng public. Capt. Kirby is once tho moat devil a little of the credit of which is due to fine old man haa aet could not , racking invention that the that this a prominent K. P. and a clever gentle- - er body their energies. 1 be pnltadbj. locomotive. May he live ever conceited. man. to set millions more m e m We Tire The Leaders! We invite you to inspect our line of Wash Fabrics before purchasing and we 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. .:.:r,r,l,l,l,l,lvlvllvlvlliil!l!l!l!kl3 ready-mad- AUCTION ! wow GOING osr. The entire stock of i.M ft-I-I Watches, Clocks & Jewelry, "Of the late A. R. Penny will be offered at public auction, which commenced yesterday and will be continued from day to.day m 'ft Wor-thai- Until the Goods are all Sold. Sales begin at 10 A. m., 2 p. m. and 7 i m. each day until the goods are all disposed of. ' tA This StocH -. JM Be Sold, Regardless of cost or value. iIcclhtScIItDn's(Dpcraiflsc G. L. New-lan- PENNY, Executor. m r Of New and Desirable Goods on Exhibition at bur-lecq- ue ed Cr-BO- Severance New Also New New & Son's. trl-dai- ly to-da- y, mibllc-sniritedne- ss mu-Bi- 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 Otgandie and Swiss; new Butler Laces and Insertions. people We are making a great effort to have the goods-thwant. Don't let anybody tell you what we don't keep, but come let us show you. e g m m ID Mc-Bea- Garden Seed in Bulk, &336SM&. ft."--a Couriei-Journa- lr mf Lf" LfLflfLlELMXt:-VZi- mfTMWm T WT PM rMU-Jl $MmmA T$MiAA&?LfMfArMnmisJt - AAPTi TJ Mnnl Tm lm 7J T eika Red Valentine, Black Wax, First and Best, Extra Early, Tho w Maud S., Golden Wax, McLean's Little Gem Early Six Weeks, Champion of England, Cut Short, Large White Marrowfat. London Horticultural, Crease Back, White 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. bye-and-by- e. Ja-ni- m HIGGINS & McKINNET. Reduction In Prices first-clas- ! Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a s Lumber Yard, and by full stock of every thing found in a Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have selling for Cash ever been offered here. A. CSINE, Stanford, Ky. '"JW r"yw "t w "Tf" 'w'WT'ifjVF'--' s "'-' V Mary and Sarah Morgan, of Blue- - j field, W. Va., are under nrreat for ad- - COHHB COHIQ AIT,, German millet sued for 6lo at B. K. ministering a com oi larnnu leaiuers to XXTaTiaralti'aqa it t t as. Susmi Falls. A brother of the girls was And see lie Duddernr's tfGbllBhod Every Tuesday and Friday Hubblo sold to Jamca Bibb 32 a frequent visitor to the Falls woman ple ol Fashion new Hats a.t MisNew Legon. TemJ. new this week AT Panamas ail the new Persian effects In Flowers , AUVANCK ahoep at $ 2.50. YKAK ana Ktbbcns Handsome civhIs but Low Prices a against tho wishes of liia sisters. Dress making done in ttc latest title and on short a I will stand two Rood jacks at $7 to not c paid S2.SO will be charged.-Pnotice. M I). Dl UDEKAK, iueuro living colts. M. S. BtuiRlmmn The man with a weight on his lrg can't hnpo to MRS). KATK Dl DDKRAR. win in tho race. man with a on his 8alb.-1- G strictly nice feeders, health can't expectA to compete in weightand busiFor life K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. weight 1,250. W. II. Murphy, Stan- - ness with those who aro not handicaped. If his bialn is heavy and his blood sluggish, because ol 2 Train eave Manford at 7 to a. m., returning ford. constipation, he will not succeed in doing any ' t :jo p Bouzdttn, 2:00, has thing very well. Constipation is the cause of A full .sister to nintMentas of all slckniss Symptoms nf It are bpon foaled at E. V, Ayres' Mapleton sallewncts, liitlessness. poor appetite, bad tasto lu L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hro. Walton: Please hold the the mouth, d.inesi, biliousness and latsitude ( Farm. Constipation ian be cured easily and certatnlv t . u 37P m cars while I tell what Cooke's Sar-- , .Triln going North, use of Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the lherl ,. 3 Thofl. Woods sold to John C. John- are S xa. a all not action and vet ta ' South .n 04 p m son, of Boyle, a bunch of fat heifers and are mornatcertain lolentin their medicines which thev saparilla is. Well, it is not a mys wo. $, than many nrt 1 . is P so strong that they put the system all out of or terious compound of which the steers at 3c. der The great advantage ot the Pleasant Pellets QUEEN & CRESCENT. component pints are gathered in Derby to be run is that they cure permanently Ten will start in the it stamps to cover cost o' mall-ln- g Send it Xtuat past Junction City at (allows: Tuedny. Ben Brush only and get his great bonk, the People's some far off, unheard of land; nei at Louisville next Common Sense Medical Adxlser, absolutely free Uteris it some Hit. 1 South ... .ti 37 a m No a North .. 3 5S p m is latk, scientific uis the fauorito. ...1.4.6pm Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, jo urn " 4 " 3 - 1 " .. is 01 m m " ...3.tS made by unknown pro B. K. Wearen is headquarters for No. 663 Main street, Iluiialo, N. Y. " ...600 am ... .849pm ' 10 9 " lessors. Xotk Not. 5 anJ 6 ami 9 and 10 run no fur-- h cultivators, corn plantere, harrows, Ac. An Affidavit. . than Junction City, nor on .Sunday Lowest prices. Cooke's Sarsapnrilla is a remeThis is to certify that on May nth I walked to A fine calla lily, dead black in color, Mellck's drug storo en a pair of crutches and dy whose component parts are nabought abottIof Chauiberlatn s I'aiu Halm for is said to bo in the possession of n woman inflammatory rheumatism which had crippled me tive roots and herbs, growing in Semi-Weekl- y interior Journa FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. On, J. S. OWSLEY, JR A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, PKn Ir r. Is a carnitine for Ccng'ess In this, the Eighth District, subject tc the act'on of the Demdcialik tarty. n JUDGE W. S. PKYOIl Is a camllJate far Its dee of the Court ol Apipeals for this district, subjc to the will of tho de HOC racy Hflck laying and Plastering done MfYTlPI? prrmplly Plastering a specialty MU1 IKjEj Stanford, K Office over McRoberts llullding Druf Store In the Owsley Confidential Letter No. Kelrrcnced inent,Mt Veinon. furnished Work guaranteed J P. Lechlelter i S.4 .if j A Spacial Invitation Is ghen to all who have accounts with me that have been running nvct 6v days to iome in aad aiidiettta. W K Wright will run the business for me after April cth and I will be gUd for every 0110 to Undo with hun Y Ij-i- m 11 ' snc-cet- on the Pate Fence See Hud Keep you e Dud.lcrar, I I. Dawson, J II might, R tobb, Kd Carter, II ChancHll- r and others who hsve us O A PFTtJN,btanf rd. Ky edit. Agent f"r Lincoln County 5, im - JSfcSsSrhiafe Dress Making. MONNFT1, llustoatllle, Ky "6 cow:r, PUBLIC SALE. On Friday, May 1st, 1896 Ileas-ley, Mr-ol- Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call en at Switzler, Kan. Cincinnati will likely have two more fc TJ race tracks. They will be conducted at night by electric light. Frank Jones, of Estill, had twin colts foaled on his farm. Both are doinc well and give promise of long life. Gil Curry had Directum on exhibition at the stallion show at Georgetown and booked eight mares to him. Dave Prewltt sold this week about 500 fleeces of wool delivered at Pine Grove at 13c Winchester Democrat. I am in tho wool trade and will pay the highest market price. See mo before you sell, it will be to your advantage. I. M. Bruce. Absolutely Pure.) The Shelby News' moon man says A cream of tartar baking pow- that the peach trees being in bloom durder. Highest of all in leavening ing the light of that luminary insures a strength. Latest Tutted States iooJ crop. Report. S. T. Harbison sold tho handsome BOYAL BAKING POWPER CO. gelding Last Boy to an Eastern party for $1,000. He recently bought him for $400. New York. Stock Farm. DOv. DBVE. UAILRY J. K. Baughman'a Naboth is making a good season, as he always does. Besides being a breeder of Bpeed bis colts are all good actors. Proprietors W. H. Rout, of the West End, will pay you the highest market price for STANFORD, KY. wool. Sacks furnished at I. F. Steele's MRS W.M (.KKll, Stanford Ttf In Harness, Horse handled under Saddle and rosdsters and store in Hustouville. nasi prepared tor sale. A Btraw rick belonging to John L. aaeitjlers bought and sold on commission. Good SPRINC, 1896. ball mile track and bct stables in the country. 8 Beck, of tho McKinney section, fell in Blue-Gras- s and smothered a 1,400 pound steer and J W McGI.NNIS, J. W. COOK shop. In charge trimming shop, nine 200 pound hogs to death. uncharge paint Alt kinds of Fruit an J Ornamental Trees, R D Bruce is still with tho (Jhamp Shrub., Hmall Fruits, ipia;u, drape lne, Y. ion Machine Co., and wants his friends &c. No agents liny .lire' ard save atrawbertv awl general calakcors on ppllcilten to see his machines before they buy. DANVILLE, KY., If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before taTelephone s;. H. F HILLK.SMrNKK, Ky Lexington, forget him. J. L. Totten is agent Don't Builder and Dealer in All Kinds at Stanford. making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and priof Carriages. I Hon. J. S.Owsley, Sr., only got nn ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $5 to $15. dsne SUinlnns: a Specialty. Work work and warrant-ca- average of $3 43 for his hogs in Cincindone when give sstislactien. All I am back from tbe cities with everylklai; that mronjised. All accounts due when work is nati, equal to 3c at home. They were is new and prcttr in the Millinery fine A visit go Your patronage solicited. raising, 70 in number, aud aveto my ttwrc wsll coatitKe you that this slock Is his own 1 1 1 POWDER Gov-mK,c- ut Training: and Sale Stable First-clas- s o'clock on tbe U the hills and valleys of Kentucky, At 9three miles Itom farm ol thehis n K It. con- oomi over M, I). Rlmnrn't stoie, Stanforl, Ky, Stanford, personally sisting ol tit foil wlng will bo sold Two oite which are gathered at their prop mulis, t vjear old mule, t aged mule, gelding, good brood msre, jennet, es seasons by responsible hands. ' old, After cleansing, sorting and cull- I jears During the winter of iSoi. F. M Martin, ol ing they arc carefully dried for Fine Jack, Cows, Yearling Oalvca, I will frM now ou deliver the Stanford Fai tory,t Long Reach, West Va , contracted a sewre cold Ie regularly every morning, Price Their virtues are extracted (ah es, Heifers, jj sheep and sft lambs, whicn left him with a cough In speaking of how ube. i Stw!!, t sows and pt he cured It he says ' I utl binder, dull, cutting 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. kinds of by the latest scientific process box horse power, t t, wagon, spring wag cough syrup but femd no relief until I bought a on, bottle of Chambtrlain's Cough Remedy, which known to pharmacy by a phar- and rake, mower, shop utensil., 3 hemp biakes, . ..... amonnt betweM. 10 and too lbs at Wtlo. Any . ... . other Farming Implements. relieved tue almct intaotl, and in a short time tho first of raih .ii diiis brought about a complete cure" When troubled macist who has spent 18 years in Terms. All sums under fio cash; over that m nth must twin cy tie K UKr.MrK a ctedit ol months with A per cent in with a cough or cold use this remedy and yon will amount not find it neces ary to try sceral kinds before the work of his chosen profession. terest from date Notes negotiable ami payable you get relief Stanford hanks vr the tllliens It has been in market for over ao For over a hundred years has it in Mthci of the nf Lancaster years and constantly grown in favor and popular National Hank rarm is also for sale ity. THE RILEY HOUSE stood the test and it stands For sale at as and 50 cents per bottle by Craig & Mils I.I C 11 IIEALKV, Hocker, Stanford Ky. belore the public guaranteed to be tl F. II. KILHY. Proprietor, the best blood purifier in the mar- I To Capt. J. Cabell Breckinridge, son of London. - - - Kontucky. the late Gon. John C. Breckinridge, of et. It is positively guaranteed to We are ready to receive bids en the M I have moved to my new Hotel aod am btf Its Church South to bn built near Walnut Flat. Ilfds Kentucky, is seriously ill at Washington cure scrofula in any form. than ever to accommodate the public will be received until May ist Snccifirations and ood attached having undergone an operation for ap- merit is shown by its growing pop plans cf building are now at the Interior Journal litsd, I.ivcry me a call. aad avcry coovvnicsc d ularity and in localities where long nAce. ror further Information apply to the T7 Ulvc pendicitis. FRANK RILEY, Walnut Hat, Ky . est tiLcd you find the largest sales. ilHildlng Coirmilte at Ik I HOLTCLAW, K. K. OAlNKb. Ducklln's Arnica Salvo Sold in Lincoln county by Tm. J C Tl LKHK, P2siTirsr. The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.sess td L iinnillle-- , W. B. McRoberts. Stanford. sores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever sores tetter, chap- ed hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions " Penny's Drug Store, t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is A Sew Cress Hiking EsiaiMial. Iuaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. refunded. Price at cents per box. Far sale by V. 15. McRoberts, druggist F. B. Twidwell, Having completed my course In the lunch J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tailoring bruem ot Cutt'eg ami Filliug I otter It will be an agreeable surprise to peront submy servuet to Tanner Bros., McKinney. ject to attacks ot bilious colic to liarn that prompt Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. relief miy t e had by taking CnamberUin'a Colic, J. F. Alstott, Powers. The Ladles of Staiilord. Office on Larcaiter Street, at Ittsideu e Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In many instances the attack may be preent( d by taking Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. And Vk lolly, feeling assured that tan please this remedy as soon as the first S)mptoms of the will be found In the Mar them with my work disease appear J mfs T. Cooke, of Mrs Kale Dui'drrar s Mi'iinery iitcte aiul will 5 and jo cent bottles for sale by Craig A Hockbe glad to wait un thie wishing work in my Una Harrodsburg, Ky. er, Stanford, Ky Two Farms For Sale. d 1 yeai-ol- d up. After usin three bottles I am completely cured I can checrlnlly recotn me tided it Chas II Wctiel, Sunlmry, Pa. Sworn and subscribed to before tue on August 10, 1894 Walter "hlpraan, J. P For aale at 50 cents per bottle by Craig .V Hacker, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. L. A. Hkaiu, Miss Moi lik Wakp. I(D)lIi0 frl 1 A to-da- y r. Contractors 1 4 W. b. 1 1 CLOTHING! CLOTHING! Nurseries. nvc-n- THOMAS SHAW, Farm N . rantsias ,vi .crcs In county, Ky the greater part of which WsshmgUn Is in srast ,Ur? roof SO0-ing im. ,ul "'"i tUcc "Prt.v.m.sits. CMinclud-p ham f ,f ,o Ibis farm u siiusted iu what is pronounced tl best district in Kentucky for White Hurley 1tnc .. raeto lomforUbleieWdeisca sous. 1 1 count hbrsek dr.Utng Lit, .hkI 4 "rns. Use ( the bent lpfsvni (arms s Farm No contains In same locality, in ,,, the 1 Ileth farms are d TO THE X.ADIES mt market and r or isfoiniation apply to 10 f'nt;'on a in fine - Ctat statnef Metaivatlen, we K H. depet, schools, lurnrike. J N SAl NTFRS, Manfor I, Ky A full sister to Silver King and tl of .X: great Allie G. dropped a fine colt by Kontucky. Wallace Dare a low days ago. Mr. J. E. In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to 54 per pair. Guarantee First Class work In every paMnu-says it should make Special inducements to Cash Buyers. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Farrie, the owner, lr i'nees reoable. Hit bad years' epe. greatest saddler the world ever saw. ricflce. ON IMPROVED FARMS West Lin- - tbe Offers Uis services o tho people o! James Gordon Bennett's string of Full stocK 01 oolrt and Casey Counties. rf Caskets always 00 hand. In Lincoln tounty, Ky,atft per ient , semi an mires will not trot in Paris before Sep95 DtJ3arpenter, Manager. Buallnterest.no commission charged Address tember. Between now and then they HAW. Roum 17, Ken;on uildlng, OKO Co ONLY 30 DAYS. 30 DAYS ONLY. Louisville, Ky For blank applications and furwill attend the meeting at Milan, in Ita-lCALL ONInformation, inquire ol J N, Saunders, Atther Of STANFORD, KY , I torney, Stanford, K. and that of Baden, in Austria, uear Isncwfully.orgaoucd aud ready lor business wltk Vienna. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Col. Samuel H. Stone sold to Roy STANFORD, KY., Beazley, of Garrard, 35 hogsheads of toSurplus, . 20,000. BIG Cents bacco at from 3 to 7 cents. J U.XefT& toiV.., VTf fThpcVsbr Mall for onlr SUCCESSOR taTHE LINCOLN NATIONAL For Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of ftis. Key Co. shipped to Cincinnati 6,000 dozen BANK OF STANFORD, rUl kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks oiain. Chains. Ac StamDiiiir on Metal and gen- - eggs bought in this locality at 7 and 7Jc Crab Orchard, - Kontucky. Now closing upl with the sataa assets and under nral repairing. Shop over M. D. Elraoid'sS6 store ibe same management 'Stanford, Ky. and 400 chickens for which they paid By Ulfhetto thank his friends and neighbors for fully provisions ofasits chatter, depositors arc as protected aio depositors in Natioaal from 5 to 5Jc Richmond Register. their patronsKe and respectfully asks to bo For Cash for 30 Days. Mr drativitlc llaUy Uanks, its shareholders being held individualli In the future In Bailey & Drye'a show string this will bo tound ready to serve ju at anv time. A liaule to the silent oi the amount of their stock Why ? Because I am overstocked and must have money to meet nice line ol Caskets, Coma-- , Kobes, Ac , to so lacreiB at the parInvajie Ihcreoi, in addtliou to the year the following good ones will be maun shares. u jm executor,invested such trustee, It may actaa For 30 days, beginning April 15th, I will sell anything in lect from always on hand. administrator, Ac, as fully as J r. BARKER, Proprietor, seen: W. A. Tnbble's Kate Malloy; J, my bills. sn individual Now is your time to buy your those who entrusted the-K. Bauchman'a Nabotb; Col. Under my store at greatly reduced prices. lo bulainess to us - while raaazlnir lh. Urui. Vku...i u.- -i .. stallion by Ches- Suit, your Dress, your Shoes, your Summer Underwear, your shirta, wood's Stanford, w we here t.uderour many thanks and Rate TWO DOLLARS Por Day. trust Uiey will your Hosiery and above all don't you miss this opportunity to buy Remember we arc the exclusive agects for tbe wita us, oUoriagcontinue to transact their business ter Dan-- ; W. L. Evans' m as a guarsatec fer prompt attenLargo saddle marf; Ray Wharton's two crack your Carpets, Mattings and Rugs. Come quick and get first choice. celcbrat' d tion to same, our tweuly yeara" osperieace Remodeled and refurnished throughout bankieg and as bbcral accommodations as ate con-la tuw Commodious Sample Kooms. probably J. E Far If you wait till 30 days is out don't expect to get the same price on Falls Branch Jellico Coal, sistent with sound banking. Hails and oflice connected by Electric Bells. show horses and very CVweupt.'and poluo service to guests. 47 ris' Wallace Daro, and others these goods that your neighbor did, for I can not sell at the price I Also that it will be to the interest of ever DtxacToas! Field and Farm says: Horses are will make now after the time is out. All accounts are due the first of to call and see our clean Domvttir Nut Cna J J. Williams, Mt Vernon, Prices the very lowest We par tho cash at the . H. Shanks, btaaford; STANFORD very much in demand in Denver at the each month. mime, therefore are able to sell at the lowest JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. Ky. J.lS.iOwsley, SUnlord; price. Come and see us present time, and it soems that the kind S J. Euikry, Stanford; Good Coal makes rod ashes.no cinders. FEMALE : COLLEGE. of hoi a a wanted is not crowding the mar Falls Branch 13 ct Falls Branch Nut ic, In J. B Owsley, Stanford: dun Mountain Jellico Nut It cts , North Jellico STANFORD, KY. J.lF did, Stanford; ket. The type of horse wanted for both Lump lie These prices are for Coal delivered William Gooch, Stanlord; Fur Cos! at our house charges are one cent less. carriage and phaeton is a compact one SI1EI.TON, President. WILLIAM NOEL A 0N. A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevilla, with natural 3tyle, compact bedy. clean W.'H. Cummins, Preachers i lit --- ST" KRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. limbs and horses that can bo ridden as S. H.; 'banksPresident, MIm Kmma L. Mania, Pending Teacher in the well as Or.'J 'It. OwsJey, Cashier, driven. Siudrllall; W M. Bright, Teller. The following runners belonging to Miss Mary Cowen, Principil oi the Mitlc De- Attorney Law.t parluient; Is Receiving his Stanford gentlemen are being trained at - Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal cf the Lexington: Dick Warren, by Julian, ol Art and Elocution. NATIONAL BANK owned by Judgo W. E. Varnon; DrugOffice on Lancaster street, opposite the Court House Collections receive especial attention. &3 Begun Wednes- gist, by The Minstrel, dam by St. Martir, Second Session OF STANFORD. KY. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. - . ... day, January 22. the property of J. T. Embry; Oal by Capital Stock THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Ganges 2d, by II in dor, Imp. Order, dam scnJ for Circular or callat the Kcr terms, S HERD F THE Surplus... and a full sister to the speedy Oracle, b 3 College. longing to James B. Gentry. Mr. Gen Shu?oct-- yd ?f "? Public is San Francisco. Portland. this Is the only National invited to StaSfarJ Bank try also has a filly by The Minstrel in My Breeders were selected from tne beat herds Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan MutuUnder the provision, of the National in ..To the Bank al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can are d training there. All of the by of this famous breed of swine in several different favorable plans ol Insur stock, but bv secured not only liiblUty write you all the most the stockholders ol pigs of different ages tit States. ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central youngsters are doing well and promise for sale, A splendid lot a specialty. Satisfaction depo'sitor. t0 the llred sows 0k.'0 Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will tM.0ln,.,.?.,U.'' are secured by athat fund of J400 .........Via The to bo bread winners. Judgo Varnon guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address your patronage. be glad to have a liberal share of "to0'" oflhec8nditioU of te b'atk Will be leady to cooler all the favora that can be BRONAVGM, thinks he has a world beater in Dick given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advanceCrab Orchard, Ky. ments made on consignments, both in the ware Warren, named for our townsman, Hon. every at I ,3". : T. : STTTTOIT. rted 225 pounds- - Can Not Be Excelled. eninj'l'ete. ttw Klegant Iwi Linens aod Embroidery Material. MISSLICCIK 1IEAZLKY, SUnfard, Ky Hricklayer F. A. AYEBS, Stonecutter J UNDERTAKER, MONEY To LOAN V.1 Stanford, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. - Farmers Bank&Trnst y, J G. BRADY, JAMES FBI JliiO J. rlI7Ove: 0. McWhorter, I'NDERTAKEK, WIMMMMMMMk w BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. three-year-o- ld Coal, Coal, Coal. r three-year-o- ld H. C. RUPUEY, TMEMERGHART TAILOR r W. S. BX7KCH, at Depart-mea- ts SFMlCN(bl BLUE-GRAS- ANB&UMM 3EJB Stanford, Kentucky. FIRST n , S-- HED HOGS. M. W. JOS1TSOIT, ,,"' ....:;.. 8100,000 23,700 well-bre- NBTffiCW3EST )lOUlSVim.MtwAtBAIITCHICAtoliT(a " R. H. rV"1 R.O.Warren. It May Do as Much for You Mr. Fred Miller ot Irving, III. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called Kldue.t cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began use ol Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adanted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troublea .and often gives almost instant relief. One trial win prove our statement, rnce only joe. lor arge bottles- - At W. U. McRoberts' Drug Store. FULL LINE OF Only Dining Car Route From James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, saya: "I regard Dr King's New Discovery as au ideal panacea ror coughs, colds and lung complaints, having used it in my family far tbe last five years if nhv ans' prescriptions or other preparations." Kc lohn Burfftss. Ken-auk, lowa, writes: "I have been a minuter or the Methodist Episcopal church lor 50 year of more and have never found anything so benefl. I can I will take all the speedy aa Dr. TirFkCC forcashorln tradehides leather gel cial or that gave me such Try this relief cough tor on King's New Discovery." MUXIjO, ideal - remedy. Trial bottlca free at W. B. McRoben's court daya at Stanford or at my home in Otteang store. i.lm. Chas. Ennsloa, Tanner. Elegant Pullman Vcslibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. II. BACON J. REID, ntANK Agent, 'ID. P. A , G. P. Louisville Chicago. Be sura to call for Mooon Route. X.OUISYXI.I.E TO(CHICAGO. - Buggies, Carriages and Manlord will be house and country. court day. Paities wanting hogsheads, prizes or 1 ins original money should address mo at Paint Lick, Ky. Deposit inuiiution,Stanford i y 18,8; Bank of the. ifSI'smd (96m guaranteed. Prompt attention ised as the National Bank ol Stanford in again the First National in tS8j, has M. S. IlAUGIIMAM. J. W. BACGHMAtt. Stanlordexistence of 3, had practically ?. .nn.nti rupted years It la trl rair.i M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. PROmlKTORS- f fMWxrWk A LIVERY, FEED & SALE Tha Directory of this Bank is composed ol torestua Roid, Lincoln county; 5.T. Harris, Lincoln; Tbo Ideal Panacea. n a Denver. St .Paul. Full and Complete Stock of FarmingJImplements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows d before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Srst-cla- ss li vou need for liverv give, ui a call. turnout will leave our stable In our rates." & BLACKSMITH SHOP, Will guarantee prices. first-clas- S. II. Baughman.1 Lincoln , J. S. Hscksr, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, SUuford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford: eat u T. P. Hill, tiianford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; J.8.Hoclter,Prcald";,M,"er'M,-VMn0n'- K' Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; J. H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; B. IS. WXaAnHIST. s work and tatlfactory Tiy our horse shocr. .McKlnoey, Ant,CahUr mmmmmmmmm ibwiwii . Tin- - ini'iiiiiriifiTstiw im einifii-- i 11m MiiwiisV'iii'si itf Lt v vfc M - A' . . -- ., . y- - , ,,., jff. .