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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896050101 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. SEMIVOL. XXV. .WILIAMSOURCWHIJLEY COUNTY. - W EEKL f INTERIO R J OU .OljlJ STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY LANCASTER, GARilARD a JrjLJL.j '0 NO.i8 1. 1896. COUNTY. OF A LOCAL MATURE. r A, Tho union Hervie-will bo nt the A lurgn new furniture factory w to Mr. G. A. DrtiitiHiii wan in Louiv After a long siege with that relpnt-les- n liapttat churuh on Sunday night and tho he eaiahlHhed in Middlesboro. vlllo last wk. dntoHse.consiunption, Mrs. Kate Sin-- Pr. Harry of iluntHTillo, Temi., is Bcrmou will be preached by Rv. F. M. J. R Uerst htii been sppointed mhi gleton Murphy, wife of Mr. W. If. Mur Hill. htrn viAitinit hin parent. insHter at Colyer, Madison county. phy, breathed bar last Tuesday night at Mm. K. L OftMley enltainl 1 nomas Taylor Circuit court hviiUta Moutiny wtfk has been appointed) their home in this place. She was n Of Husio.nvilli:, Ky., is offering Great Bargains in all evening in her iiiiI agreeable postmaster nl Ulackwater, Liurel county. daughter Willi milium tiettvy iloukitl. of the lato J. T. Singleton, lines for the next 30 days. -- Markey Christian iiMiuieriii honor of MIh Jennie MoKee, -- TIjo nuMibfrs of tt Hros..of Someroet, are put-- I whose wife was n daughter of Jack worship (if Covington. church tiro luivitiK thnlr liotMt- of ting in a ?S,00J laundry plant at that OabIcv, deceased, and in her girlhood -- Mrs. Win. Totteu, whoso vory much repaired. oxtreme piece. days was remarkably pretty and attracDud Sams, a former resident of Mad tive. A little Mtorill W. U. Ilurnutt is pick wiiii illuif a we Intvn previously notml, i grad- over 20 years ago, she was Good goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. tlio fever, hut hit iiliviilulftiis think lm u illy growing weaker and her death is ison county, is to be hanged next month wooed and won bv tho man, who made expected at any time. in Miesotiri for murder. will nnlv ImvH a liuht nttHok. hern loving an true husband nnd who A ciiriueiiy to many in the way of an W. Kirtc Hooiie, of Stmersul, has is I Jr. K. S. Mosa. who haa been in bovd in grief over his loss. In ii rtihtttor ia in the postoaaion of W. H. been appointed to a pwltion under Dr. Now York takina special t minim: In uarly youth, Mrs. Murphy joined tho branched of ills profession, Is at Kiuiialrd hihI foully. It whhu gift from Scott, at the Lexington imne aayluin. church of her people, tho Baptist, hut Come before it is too late. James Fkyk, Hustonvillc. Mr. Kinnnird'H lirotber In Onio. The Dnri h AdrocUe sayu the L. eight yearsngo took membership in the homu hhId. A AAA AAA AAA A A . ' !,!-- "A '.AAA'J Iiighty or more tickets have already iS: N. ought to run an accommodation ChriHtian church to be nt Mra. Cit'oro Patrick with her Iiur . ;vr.wv;v'Svw w. houn) in ttiiH county Tiiemlny h!i r an heon eohi for the entertainment tonight. train from Junction City via Stanford band. She wm a trusting and truu Chris ir, llluoaa of Bovcral wfuka. Tho buiiiil oc- We aro in hnpea tlmt u larg delegttiion and Run .and to R'ohmoud. j ? . tian und it was her firm fuitti in the t ofrStrtttfurd people may greet tho perforWilliHin H. Simmnne, of Richmond, prnmieeq of tho Bible that sustained her curred Wwlnusdar nt thu family bury mers to night. Si haobeon riMiiimi bv Otutfremn Kround. during the long and weary days of her There will be three repreaeuutivea to gt to Wwt Point. H County Fair AKaocia-tlo- n n son illness Tho Whitley ;V ul will hold their Fair thin yimr Sept. instead of two from this county to enter of J. P. Simmoni, aherili of Madison A few days before bIio died, Rev. J. T, V! :i We have just what you want in Bright Colors. They eipttct to be bottur the I)nnorejt contest at Covington, lny criiiity. 'J.Uaud-i- . Sharrard called to see her and asked if i(. -- Dr. William Elliott ctUbrated his prepared for tho exhibition this year 2. All of the couteatHiila are pupila of ho should pray for her. "Yes" said shc IV V Mim Amnnila AuderHon. flSrh biithday ntNew liaven a few dnys thtui they liavti ever been. "pray that I may become more reconcil The question Iwing di:uHd ltero go. The Falcon Hajs he was bom in ed to U'flvo my dear husband and chil- 6: CoiiKraaniuBii Coleoti wan here Satur.f VVntnen Garrard, April 27, 17IIS V Ho is bale and dren day attending tho coiumlttco intuitim:. at h'Hitlh of hte I have made every other prepar;oi Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, I Ho iB Ittoouly unnouiiowl uaudidate kh have Kcptul 1'olitliMl ttmi Civil Rights hearty aud bids fair to round out u cen- ation and it is only that concern, which i Wagons and Plows. with Meii?" Any number of women tury. yet. Mr. K. N Iuknuii, ' l'lnnville, keeps me from being anxious nn.l willing l The trial of I.ee Boyle, tho Garrard take the aliirmative hide. was tiero bnuiUy vibltini: tits parMiitn. to go nt once to my Savior." She did V i Mts Jithyl Ilrn.lcy will entertain the county hot, charged with being a ptrty Liiet HiturdHV one of the inot become mom reconciled and death finally meinh-r- a ft of the A. F. F. club at her to the killing of Devers and the burning came without a Htrnggle of bull that was over KaintH or an apparent Come in and look through our samples of Paper. Newplayed at the fair irroumlH home in StHitlor.l, May 11. V had been of Mrc Went in Marion county, haa been pain to her. Loved by nil who know est and Latest Designs. continued till May II. He hns been in mmttKruuM when 'Whtnleil etie between tho iioinn toin and LomiotiV. her and idolized by her family, Mrs. jil at Louiovillo since his arrest. W: B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. the ilub lat wek The Imme tentn won ly a rcoro of 17 to Murphy's dpath will bo long felt, while t James Rixitb, who was but player Mih Oris HayH left this week to ber YIU tlit? ttcoro waa high, it whs II her bright example and Christian life IU 'jj nearly the came all (he time, behii: h tie gin teaching a select hjIiooI nt her former In Prof. Schwrtiikhsus' orchestra, which will act as a beacon light for all with made music at L'nni-tt- R Spririm in 1.SD4, - . ; . t nt the end ol tbuKih inr.iitp. 'I . ten- home, I'inevillo. Miss Httya in a bright ! i . whom eho waa aesociated. May God rnT?. don boya Hrean exceptionally nice puly young woman and we wintt her much and who ki Ul William Wilkins in give consolation and comfort to the be-- " Lnuinville tho atme year, wm snnt to the of joun men and our proplti will llly BNeeetH in her elTorla at pedagogy. roaved husband and the three children 1 Two iniihUMlH ure to be given by Mra penitentiary for life Wednesday. WW aaaln. wt Icouiu them who will sutler a mother irreparable j .1. T. Holhind, formerly the loading H S Onwen's pupils at the cloe of the lofsT" The funeral discourse was preachmerchant tt Perry ville, bus been indict H'hool, antl for which they are now makJUNCTION CITY. ed at the Christian church yesterday at Is Now ing preparation One will be for all of ed at Diuvilhf for forging the name of 10 o'clock by Mr. Sharrard, after which Mr.Stiimle haa told hia butcher abop payathe music students nn the other for tho William Stigall to a note for many friends followed the remains to to iiurko llroa. ble st the Citizens' National Hank of i more sdvauced ones. T. H:cbardtoti far rerj their last resting p'ace in I!u:!alo cemeOotoW. All rejoice with tho good Methodist Dtnville. and aiho for (orgitfg the name tery. thins choap In llf grocery line. ImlltBto know that tltey reultznl 326 of T. J. Caldwell ton note lor J300, pay Tho Hhiokv iMon liHvmlone- every E'der J. T. Sharrard contributes tho folfrom their court day dinner Monday. able in the IIuvIh Hank. thlnjj hi thrir to cut IIcmimm. but lowing in memory of Mra. Murphy: A writer in the Somerget Paragon, The aame ladieH will serve refreshments ml in vain. Try, try nam. Wo have seldom had a death in our city whom wotakoto be Rev. W. K Arnold, thin evening after the concert at the The It. It iadoitiKOonalderablo work i!jUd of that paper: It iB that evoked a more general expression ol :M)t in the last they nre now occupying. nt thitt W)iiU. Lookout for the rtivihhm Beautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. -- A merry crowd of mite yourg nun Shfe to say that nine. tenths of the prop-urt- Bympathy aud sorrow than that of Mrs it litMbwu koptaWMy frMi Haloi; hoidera in Stanford are opposed to Kate 12. Murphy. Her character was one You should call in and see our stock. and ladies went in the tallyho to the enoiik'h. the open hrtloon. If the board ol trus- of rare beauty and gentleness. Her deliCnmpbitll, the clever uipnwtnau river on Monuay afternoon Halting Quite Mr. tees grant HeeriMt over the protest of such cate health, instead of embittering, bad numlier, II b'twien here and CiueinuMli, Um more! but Miss Nell or more, llsh were caught, a Inrgemsjirlty of thecit'zuia it will he seemed to sweeten her disposition and M.trra bore oll'the mini by Into the house vaeatwd by Mr. J. W. deepen her fnith In God nnd her love for a proving herself tin greateat antler of all in defhuce of tho intelligitnco and VanAitHlrtlf. All new goods lor spring and summe Interests of the place, and an abso- her family. As long as it wns possible nbo Our new maiabal la itiifemp It quite Iheputv. wear. Every thing strictly Up-ttilled her place in her household and only ifi date. I'hewlorwl women of linttlo Jtow lute surrender to a few individuals who warm for the iwyr It Kxw a little bard i vicinity tried to shutlh oil this mortal want to open aaloons, to the tonshs and committed tho work to othera when her Witn litem, as they have been without a coil on Tuesday night by attemptiiig sui- hums, and it lawyer or two who niHko strength proved unequal to tho task ruler for home titti. cide. One bad taken nn ounce of lauda- their living nv defending the criminals Death had no terrors for her, forshe be The.ro Iihh been quite a change In liovedaho was elmply going to a better num, hut by the Hid of a physician wns who aro made such by the traffic. iti duly triune. No. I, itwteml ol country. Ueronly regret waa that those repuccitnted She had quarrelled with tttrouKh to OliattunooH, turna liuto und ahe loved so well could not bo with her in ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Noa. 1 otnl 2 her husband. Neither succeediKl in her KOfH baok to Cincinnati. land. Whv a mother should attempt, Don't forget the llshiiw party Satur- that better rnaku regular elops lie re. Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a hor family when they eeem IID! be taken day. At the prohibition meeting Monday Tho 5tave factory la only running Threshing Machine. Pieparatious for commencement aro to need her so much, we can not toll, but afternoon ha'f time, now. The planing mill ia put Mr. T. Meesrs Samuel Yantia and in progress. "Some day we shall know why the crosses 0. Wallace were aalecteil as deleYours for Bargains, ting regular time. They are contempla- gates aro given, The literary club will lunch this evto the Covington can volition. Tho plant to manuFor the angels will summon ua homo to till ting putting in another ening on picnic grounds. prohibitionists nro anxious for hII d our rest, facture furniture nil kinds. Ttie cornet band will give an to meet at tho court-houWhere with faith, lost iu eight, and with SaturMr. V. S. lhltou went to Cincinnati The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonvillc, Ky vision grown clearer, next Friday ovoning. day before county court so they can inMonday on bualneas. K K Owens and t QT.,. ' Dr. John M. Williams has returned We shall neo as God sees nnd shall know-istruct the delegates how to vote. wan beat. J. N Oruljc aro are attending tho Mis Nannie ILirria entertained nt n from Europe and is visiting his parents, racea. Mra. Matt. Cnrnoy and We will not say farewell but in a bright"Tacky Party" moat pleas uitly Tuesday Mr. und Mrs J. J. Williams. er land wo hope to say: "Good morning !" daucbtor, Misa Aj;nes, are viaitiiiK .Mr. Sam Pennington and Miss Fanovoning nt tho homo of hor sister, Mra. and (rieudd in LexiiiKton. Mr. Jona B. Nichols, one of Danville's Jennie West. Many of the cobtuines nie Gentry, oldest daughter of Mr. and Willie Owens, avAlataut diopatcher at oldest citizens, died suddenly Saturday were extremeiy tackoy. Some of the Mrs Geo. Gentry, were quietly married morning. Dr. J. P. Flanagan, living on Sonieraet, apent Sunday with hia parents. ilrefisea the young ladies wore looked is last Saturday. Mies Duttia McGraw waa in Lexington the old Watt Fields place on the Stan-forTho Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute if they were a century old in stylo and road, died Sunday afternoon. Tuesday taking her regular music lea- He Of Good things in our stock. the houneta and huts were too ridiculous will hold its closing oxorciees tho even waa OS years of ago and leaves a widow, B0118. .uay 'lm. mo previous enter ing oi In ahape. Several carried Until a second wife, and two grown childrcu. turkey-taile- d fans," as tho poet, tainments lead us to expect something Advocato, LIBERTY, OASEY COUNTY, reck, exprehjes It. A number of tho superior at that date. It has been the style in tide county Iiulu ia badly needed hero and l.ns young men toked very outlandish CNURCH AFFAIRS. A foraoiiio due. very funny couple whs "Country Uill" for several years for young couples who Rev. R Hiner, once presiding eider aro matrimonially inclined to hio away to County court waa huld on Monday, and hia sweetheart ''Klizi Jane " Jellico to havo tho knot tied. Tho last of this district, iadead not a larj;e crowd and onbut thero waji W. S Ferguson li.ta returned from a A Baptist revival at Bnskett, in ly the usual amount of bueiucta was Winter's atny in Florida. Mim Fannin couple Mr. W. Paintor, of Brodhead, and county, hns closed with 120 converdone, which was not much. Gray, of Frankfort, Is tho guest of Mh6- - .Miss Eio Rouzie, of this place, eloped sions. Col. Silaa Adams is confined to his oj Mary anil George Miller. Mrs. Cho- - last Wednesday morning. Eld. J. T. Shnrrard preached at Row- Every thing in that line mothers can wish fof. Write for Samples. Mrs. D, 0. Poynter continues very ill. bod with n serious case of la grippe. uhuH, of Richmond, ia visiting Mrs. Jae. land Thursday night and will preach Mrs. Win. Webor writes home of tho A KTixad Halting party, accompanied Hhnore. Misa Lena I'almer, of Richagain tonight and perhaps Saturday by the Liberty band, went on a fulling mond, is with Mra. John M. Higginboth- - birth of a grandson, Jamea W. Robinnight. excursion aix miles below hero on last am. Mr. hiiJ .tire. Win. Parker, of Ar. son. Mrs. Jauo Vanuuys visited Mrs. Rev. II. N. Faulconer will begin a Saturday. There may have been some kauhin, are visitors of J. G. Sweeney and Dr. A. G. Lovell Ibis week. Misi ElUn meeting in the Christian church at Crab 1). N. Wil"aparklng" dono but we havo not heard frtinily. Miss Aunio R tbiiirion is visit liutneris thogucst of Mra. Orchard next Monday evening at 7:30. of much Hah having been caught. ing relatives In Danville. Rev. T. II, liams. Miss Liua Kennedy has recoverAll are invited. At the regular monthly meeting of Campbell and Prof. 12. F. Darnaby ore at ed from a Bevere illness. Miss Florello In the will of the lato millionaire George Oabboll l'ost, No. O'J, held April Camp Nolioti attending a protracted Brown is visiting at Brodhead. Mr. T.J. manufacturer, H. A Massey, are be27, 1&00, at this place, it waa decided to meeting. Miea Mnry Miller has return Stewart, of Wildio, waB in town Thursquests to churches, schools and charities have tho annunl memorial aervicea May ed from a visit to Mra. R. 12. Hnches at day. j. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky Tho exercises of the Salamaguudi aggregating SGDS.OOO. 33, 1SJ0, at Sharp's Graveyard on lirtisb Lawrencoburg. Mrs. Charles Deuham, There will be a fornnl opening of Creek two mileB from this place. Kvery-bod- y of Nicholaavllle, is tho guest of Mr. and club at its Inst meeting were highly interthe new church at Neal'a Creek Sunday Mrs. Oleo Brown is invited to attend and bring has Mrs. Alex West. Dr. aud MrB. Nichols, esting and instructive. ! afternoon, when Rev. W. S. Grinstead kota of provisions and flowers to decor- of Paint Lick, wero hero Wednesday. opitomizdd a story, John Gray, in a preach u sermon appropriate to the will ate tho graves of tho departed heroes. Win. Hroaddus is iu Lexington. G. S. charming manner. Miss Margaret read a delightful belectiou from occassiou. of Eubanks, Col. Silas Gaines visited relatives at Danville. Mra. Col. Finnicum, Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices The cubject of Rev. J. T. Sharrard's Adams, Capt. John D. lielden and Klder A. II. Rlcoand Mlsa Bailie Lou Myere Nelson Pogo writings. A debate upon sermon next Sunday morning will be: on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, That the House J. Q. Montgomery nre iuvited to attend have returned from Danville. Miss Le- tho subject, I carry a Fly ia a Nuisance," was made interesting "The Claims of Jesus Vindicated and His Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. and deliver addresaea. Tho committeo na Archer has returned to Danvillo after by tho following speakers: Dr. E. J. Authority Illustrated." Night subject, full 11. Jelleries, W. a pien'uut Lumber Yard, and by of arrungomeuls is: 0. visit of several weeko to her ttock of ever' thing found in a Brown and Prof. Pierce, aliirmative, Dr, "Men Who Have Failed." G. llaine. N. K. l'ortman, Jaa. D. Urown, friend, Miss Ellon Owsley. selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have Bishop E. It. Hendrick has been enA. G. Lovell and Mr. R. G. Williams, with W. H. Hrown as commander. gaged to deliver the address at tho Iiy ever been oflercd here. Oaiid ok Thanks. My heartfelt grati- negative. A duet by Miss Mary Cox nnd While tho Old Dominion stenmer tude gota out to tho citizens of Stanford Mr. Willie McClary was encored. The ins of the cornerstone of the new MethoWyauoke, waB making for tho Newport who havo bo kindly and tenderly minis- lunch which followed tho literary exer- dist College at London, Ky., on June 23. Nowa pier BhoBtruck the prow of tho tered unto mo in my Hutferings with a cises wis a most enjoyable feature of tho It is expected that 10,000 people will be United States Btoamer Columbia, lying at arm. May the God of ua evening. Mr. R. G. Williams will enter- present E Powell, eon of Capt. B had a hole cut in tho for- all bless them, each and every one, to- tain the club in open session at next anchor, and F. Powell, of this county, has beon call of hor bta'board aide, and Bank gether with my faithful physician, Dr. meeting. ward nart (50 ed to the pastorate of the Broadway feet Frauk Peyton, both in this world and in about a quarter of an hour In A mob at McMinuville, Tenn , over- Christian church, of Louisville, and will tho world to come. of water. All of tho Wyanoko'a pasaen-RoF. D. Mykks. o powered tho jailor and entering the preach tho first eormon next Sunday. and crew wero saved, but tho At Youngstown, 0., Fred Honnlnga, seized William and Victor Hillis, Such noted divines as Eldora McGarvey, and probably tho cargo is all lost, Is Receiving his while looking through hia wife's trunk brothers, who wero charged with mur- Spencer and Hawkins have been pastors also. 10,000. She had been dead some dering Carroll Martiu, an old man, in of this church and Mr. Powell's call to A Buako 30 feet long und aa thick aa found time. Uennings waa considered a very VanBuren county, in AuguBt, 1894 and ao important a charge is very gratifying an ordinary stove pipe, Ib said to have poor man. took them out five uiilea and hung them. to bis many friends hereabouts. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a been seen near Fraukfo't, Ind. DEATH'S DOINGS. mmmm'mm4iim'mmmwm ES FRYE, Wwl-nead- uy - VOW S THE TIMB to buy - 1 to-d- ay cw-tn- iu ia Every Thing Goes At Greatly Reduced Prices. 4 ilil hr .y,AAA.-..-.AAA.AA- - " " - .-" . T Mc-Crea- ry W. B ff i s. I 41 I B0BERTS. 4 4 4 i, Wagon and implement Paint. 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 intHi-estiiiplaj-edlern- K 4 Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. I enter-imne- d , v S . m .xv-- -- jjjs j i. -- '. I MY SPBIHC STOCK ficw pKttirjcry 1 Dominate in Everu Department. tKr 1 - w ex-oha- uo, y m htis:-nee- I o 1 Pm$: "BGD WK." Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Pine Shoes in Great Variety. intci-ente- I se entei-taiiiiu- out Lex-inKi- ... CHARLES WHEELER, N relu-tivi-- a d 'grand-mother- s' M&& LaW- 1 l)a-vie- sa Children's Clothing is Our Specialty. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded Kin-nai- rd Reduction In Prices first-class "iv-solv- ed A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky. H blood-poison- "3-El- derO. 0 RUPLEY ra bag-gag- baa-til- TIE 1EMMNT TAILOR e, BFMIKf & ANBSUM M1BJR mi WEW.Y NTER!OBJOIRNE passed the House, - Tub Tickler PeiiMou bill, which has Stanford, Ky.. VV. May P. WALTON. is tho worst raid on the treasury yet. It is not in tho interest of thoso who fought or Buffered in tho 1, lS'JG war or in const quenco of it, but of those excluded by tho liberal and olastic regulations. It is estimated that it will add $10,000 000 a year to tho burden of tax- I OiAy. A invro named Wesley Withers waa given a year in tho penitentiary, Fishino iRgood at Hock Castle Springs. fined 1500, disfranchised and forever Mr. J. S. Hughes writes that in four days from holding office on a charge of ho caught 40 lbs of fiah Rome bass neighrunning a crap game at Danville. ing as much as 3 pound. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. m J. - ii SIX PAGES- Gov. Biiadlhy must bo a very busy innii. Tho Frankfort dispatches tell us that lie passed ou some 150 applications for pardon in one day this weuk, reject of th i;m. Auiodk tboae granted iuR was one to Jude Pulliam, of Breckinridge, who was Bent up in 1SSS for life, for killing James Miller, whom bo accused of criminal intimacy with his ife. Ordinarily a man would have no trouble in setting clear of such an act, but unfortunate ly for the judge, the check that ho had filled out for Miller to sign for $3,000 as hush money in the matter, was found on the table after Mil cr had refused to I ' sign it and been, killed. The jury didn't take any stock in his plea that being an ofllcial he could not afford to do murder and that he wanted the money to take his family away for temptation and disgrace. Tho reason of the crime seoms to have been to extort mon ey, as the judgo was very hard up at the time, It issaid, however, in explanation of Gov. Bradley's action that over 15,000 people had either written personal letters or signed petitions for tho pardon. .' h c I. Regarding Kentucky as tho key to ,the situation iu the struggle for tho control of the democratic puty, the freo silmore scathing than polite The charitawhat others Children's and Ladies' Oxfords at one-hal- f ver men niv importing speakers and pied by Judge Pryor, and already some A nkw garden pest, tho harlequin bun, ble construction of her acts is that her V p'acinc their literature wherever it will are getting themselves "mentioned." Tho .' you. Cottonade at ioc per yard. Laundered negligee multiplied mind is wrong. Shu is a siettr of Mre. ba accepted. A gentleman who has fact of the business is, there is not a man has invaded our gardens and 4' years of V shirts 35c. Cottonade pants .19c, worth 75c. Large nude a tour of tnis district was surprised in this district, of either party, who could astonishingly in a few years, writes Dr J Judgo Tantrlliand ia Lace V r o at th nnmlipr nf trim nilcpr ilnnumpntn even measurably fill Judge Pryor'a shoes T. Bohon, of Kidd's Store. Cabbage is age The jail experience is not her first - -thrown ltnckevc hats ioc. Good outine shirts.' 2.1c. of leaven as ii win lie rememtiereii that sho was r Curtails as low as qoc per pair. L?dies' Pat 1 ip bhocs, -7 and papers that aro being scattered """ICol.T. P. Hill and other capable law a favorite plant and )tho edges bug is incarcerated In England for some severe yerssay ttiat ins retirement would be a airland dl of its ravages. The broadcast. It takes money to do this, SSc. Mens' Suits $3, worth S5. Matting ioc. Jointless lady bug's charge? of plxgairism and other thlnws ' Vwhich of course conies from the mino public calamity. Let all who admire similar in appearance to the matting, 15 c. sterling ability, even handed justice and markings, a much larger insect. I find it made against Mary Audenon,thHHrtres. owneis, who can aflord it, if 50 cents spotless integrity determine that he shall in great numbers on horse radish and Ono of her ulsters wont over and brought worth of silver can be decianrf of a dolby an over- turnips about margin of last cabbage her home, but her erratic ways havoover T-lar in value. While thePH nun and their not be retired, but whelming majority. plot. Eggs on grass stems. It behooves since given tho family and others much minions aro active and alert, tiie sound A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, every gardener to seek and destroy the annoyance. money men seem to be in a state of leth P0UTICAL POINTERS. bugs and eggs now, if they would econoLatch. A measaco from DanvlKo yesargy, from which if they do not arouso T. D. RANEY, Manager. mize tho labors of fighting tho often un- terday paid that O. P. Cecil, a brother of Vermont instructed for McKinley. themselves, they will lose the results of Branch Stores: tho lady, has filed affidavit that sho is of Robert Emory Tattison was indorsed suspected enemy later. their victory gained in tho State convenunsound mind and an inquest will be by the democracy of Pennsylvania for tion last year. They must awake and Death, Mrs. Eliza Hodge, a young held Saturday, when Hon. R C. ' t Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Warren girding their armor on, leave nothing un- the presidential nomination. lady from Lily, aged 17, who came hero will actasspecial judge. T7N Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, In the democratic primaries at Mem- to be operated on by the Burgeons of done to secure a sound money declaraFrankfort, VW' Ky., F.lizabcthtown, delegates were elect tion, a sound money delegation to Chi- phis Joseph Price Hospital; died there MonThe scenes at tho republican State and Mauckport, Ind. vftN cago and an enthusiastic endorsement of ed by a majority of three to one. day night. She had ovarian tumor and convention of Georgia Wednesday were v vl J J V! V Howard P. Frothingham, a New consumption, and was so weak that she John G. Carlisle. It can be done. It almost riotous Col. Buck, tho McKin must be done, but it can not be done York broker, wants to bet Lorn $1,000 to could not be cotten in condition for the ley leader, made a deal with the Reed $25,000 that McKinley will be nomina- operation. She was the daughter of a without eflort. faction, allowing them one colored deleted and elected prrsident. blind woman, who is very poor. While gate. The other negroes bolted at this. BUY TIIE OLD RELIABLE Iptheraco for the democratic nomiThe Somerset Paragon doesn't like here she professed religion and joined and named Buck and three negroes as nation for Congress in this district is what it calls Colson's tricks and is raisBaptist churcb, after Rev. A. X. delegate?. made up, Owsley's chances are decidedly ing a howl about the way he manipulat- tho had baptized her in a bath tub. The Sound money won a victory in tho bright. With this judicial district solid ed the committee in his interest. Baptist ladies took great interest in her Michigan democratic State convention for him, together with Rockcastle and Hon. A. R. Burnam, of Richmond, and besides showing her much attention yesterday. The advocates of n honest Jackson, he would only need 7 votes to is being "urged" to make the race for ap dollar adopted their resolutions without Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground paid her board and other expenses. change and elected all their candidates make bis calling sure, and these he is pellate judge against Judge Pryor, but Right. large and alternates. sure to get, and more in Madison and if he is wiae, he will drive the bee from Mr. L. M. Howe, of Indianapo for delegate Oil. Another fire which destroyed about Jessamine. He and Foree are making a bis bonnet. lis, u director of the Stanford Water, all left of Cripple Creek waged Wednesvery active canvass, the latter doing a The House passed the Tickler gen- Light & Ice Co., was hero TueBday. Ho day Four persons were killed. good deal of speaking and the former eral pension bill by a vote of 187 to 54. ia thoroughly satisfied that from the disBronauith A Herrln bought of variputting in licks where they will do the The republicans and populists voted sol- charge of caa from the holo bored for ous pnrtiesL'OOfat hoes at He. most good. Judge Varnon, who hes idly for it. The democrats, with six ex- water near the works that oil exists in It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, been in Madison in the interest of Owe-le- ceptions, voted against it. NKW ADVKBTI8EMK.VTS. don't keep it. paying quantities below and Bays that he says that he will carry that county, The Mississippi State democratic intends to spend a thousand or so in test-inwhich would give him nearly a dczen convention met at Jackson andeelected a it as eoon as he is able. Experts have I votes to spare boyond-- majority. Should solid free silver delegation to Chicago. told him that every indication is favoraThompson or some free silver man The delegates were instructed for E. O. ble, and that coupled with tho strong peJohn suy nfs castor into tne ring, as now Walthall for vies president. Houie ami Lot on Kt Mln Slrttt, Stantroleum smell ol the gas, is proof to him ford, Kentucky. Tho free silver lunatics of Precinct that there's millions in it. Should the it in good repair. House contain! five room mi J seems probable, tho chances would still Will U at public auction on county court day, at about bo in Owsley's favor, as this end of the P. in Fayette county resolved not to vote result bo as hoped, Stanford would lay Monday, May n, A.M. J.J.KE.VliAM.. district is not near so contaminated with for a certain candidate for constable, un- aside her town appearance and spring at '8 td Somiiet, Ky. less he declared for the free and unlim- once into a city, for which consummation the free silver heresy as the other. ited coinage of the white metal at 16 to 1. let us devoutly pray. Co., Tub case that was the immediate cauoe The Bound money democrats of IlliSold from Sample. of the passage of tho separate coach bill nois are organizing for a John Soaru, who has been figuring in determined Ky. was tried again this week at Frankfort fight. In Chicago they are led by the Scott Jackson case for tho murder of All kindi of Carriage, IluifEy and Wapoo M.V- is the same and the railroad mulcted again. While Hopkins, and the city will Bend a Pearl Brvan, as a detective, ins and Repairing done. Vehicle. wnl..l ..... returning from the Satellites ball at strong delegation and man who 19 years ago was convicted in ol made good at new. A H Kinley hat cbarj;e to the State conventhe painting department and guarantee hit y Louisville in 1891, Mies Tenie McEwan, tion. Casey county of murdering Daniel e ork. a apccialty an.t for cath only. Accounta due lit of eich month. of Frankfort, was struck in the face by a and given a lifo sentence, but after T. E. Moore, chairman, has called a j II. MKRSHON, stray bullet from the pistol of a drunken meeting of the chairmen of the various serving 10 years was pardoned by Gov. J H. CIIF.KK. Cut to match without waste. If necessary can get carpet cut to fit '3 6w A. II. KIM.K.V. negro in the car and had her beauty de- county committees in this appellate dis- Buckner. Wbilo serving his sentence floor in 4S hours. Moquctte and Smyrna Rugs always in stock. stroyed. She brought suit for $50,000 trict, to meet at Paris, May 13, to fix a he wrote a pamphlet of 10 pages, which SHELBY & SHELBY, damages against the L. & N. and at the time and place for holding a convention the Interior Journal printed for him, first trial was awarded f 18,000. The court to nominate a candidate for appellate detailing bis connection with the crimo Next door to Penny's Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. of appeals said this was "exborbitant" judge. and claiming that ono Henson struck A dispatch from Richmond says in Finney over the head with nn old gun and the case was remanded for retrial and Monday another jury assessod tho response to an invitation from a number while engaged in a game of poker, and City, - Kentucky. damages at 112,000. Senator Lindsay and offree silver men Gen. P. Wat Hardin that all hands, including SoarJ, deterImTurnouti, Prompt Attention, Very other distinguished lawyers represented will meet the Hon. Pryor J. Foreo, a mined to conceal tho crime by hiding Reaionable Ratci. A portion of your patronage it ,g txa. sound money candidate for Congress in the body in the woods, where the re- reipectfully lolicited. the railroad and Gov. Brown and able Miss McEwan. The speeches this district on the stump next Monday, mains were afterwards found. Soard is of the two leading attorneys are said to county court day. In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, WindoivJShadcs, Glass, a pretty bad egg and has been in a numSenator Blackburn, in an authorized ber of close quarters, the laat for counhave been the fineBt over heard in the The following ordinance waa paiaed at a Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists Material, Brushes of all kinds, J and Council of Stanford, Ky., Franklin circuit court. Another appeal interview, denies all reports that he has terfeiting. Judge Morrow and Marshal April 10, 1896, term offered any compromise to the sound Gllliepio were Bummoned to Newport to tnall and doei in dueeffect of law, which ordinance Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANviLLK"and see was taken. take Irom and after it publication, at followa, money men in Kentucky or that they teatify as to hiB bad character. Thh colored attorneys of ''Mud Daub- have ofJered any m to him. He promises City Taxes Shall be Due on the er" Smith Buccseded in convincing Gov. that the issue "between the gold Tuk Lincoln County Medical Society First Day of March, Bradley that they would prove it a case and my people" will bo defi- met in the parlors of the HarriB House oi mistaken identity, if given further nitely After the aatittment, and any peraon or per ion i settled if his counsels prevail in at Crab Orchard Tuesday with a good falling to piy their taxct by the ia! day time, and he accordingly respited the the coming State The paper of the day was thereafter ahall pay nx per cent, additinnalof June Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, andjexamine one on the convention. doomed man till June 2. All the prepa'f xf.V d,le nJ unnld' which his The settlement of the question read by Dr. W. B.O'Bannon.on Hygenic, ahall be charged to tho Marahal iuadditional mm of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kensettlement rations had been made for the execution whether Gov. Morrill will Dietetic and Medical Treatment of In" with the City Council. stand for tucky. and there was much disappointment et GEO.,..WHAS.MENnKEE'Ml after Mr. Cyrus Leland has fants, and it was sensible and well writthe turn affairs bad taken. Smith, it told him plainly in words and figures not ten, proving of much practical informawill be remembered, was convicted of to do, is one of immense interest to the tion to the profession. It called forth criminally assaulting a woman of 03, and republican party in Kansas. Dr. L. R. much discussion, as did tho paper read while there is hardly a doubt of his guilt Yates eends us several papors which bv Dr. R. L. Davieon, on "The Relation May 1st, 1896 there is a possiblo presumption of his in- seem to indicate that the governor will That Should Exist Between the Doctor nocence and the respite can do no harm. not be dictated to by tho At o'clock on the an, ihn DentiBt." Hon. tontBine Fox ley, othree miles from farm ol the la'n E. It. 11.... BYboss. Stanford, his personalty obtained admission to tho meetpi th following will be .old: Two 40 leading sound-monBobbitt demmeanest of creatures is he who Toe rnulis, i mule, , aged mule. BBked the doctors some hard geldmif, i good brood mare, i Jennet seeks by defamation of character to pull ocrats representing nine of the 11 con- ing and J years old, atf it is hoped were down a man whom they can not ruin in gressional districta of this State held a questlona. which to his eatisfaction. Tho society FinoJack, Cows, Yearling conference in the Gait House Wednesany othor way. Gov. Bradley has felt Calves, nt a moat excellent dinthe arrows of this vituperation, but sen- day afternoon, and decided to organize was entertained Sucklinu Calves, Heifers, 35 sheep and 16 lamb., JameB Uoldam, both the jo Shoau. a sows and pus, binder, drill, cuttlnir sible people take noatock in reports that Kentucky by districts, counties and pro- ner by Mrs. box a horse power, I wagon, spring wait and viBitlng doctors enjoying her on, rake, Mower, ahop utensils, for tne coming campaign. A local bear upon their face so plainly tho odor of ducts j hemp btakei. "AlBayB: and other Fanning; Implements. Dr. O'Bannon was appointed to prepare an ad- hospitality. their own improbability. Terms. All sums under And Funeral Director. dress to the public. A campaign com- together the meeting was one of the best amount a credit of 6 months $10 cash; over that with 6 per cent in. tercst from Notes the organization of the society. in either ol date. Stanford nimiliM. ..,.1 HiSTonY ropeata itself. The court of mittee will be selected. The Hon. It. T. elnce Tuesday in the banks ti, nT will ha held tho letsubject will National Hank of Lancaster. or the CIthens Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Butrfrv Rnh, appeals adjourned on account of the cir- lyler.of Hickman, presided at the meet Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. MnKitinnv.'t- and the farm it alto for tain. . """ . ' 14 ing. Courier Journal. MRS. LUCY H. BEAZLKV, Exor. w. . rinnrao cus in Frankfort Tuesday. . be, Dysentery, uy ui. W Room opposite Court-Hous-e Square, Stanford, Ky. interest liia friends bore to elocutionary contest at Walton's Opera know that Mr. V. B. Walton, formerly of House, in which young ladies from Lanpayers, should the Scnuto pass it and this ollke, but now editor of tho Hanthe president permit it to become a law over, Va., Herald, is a papa. It is a caster, Danville, Grab Orchard, Huston- Our Low Prices and Good Values arc always promt- - v ., ville, Harrodsburg, Richmond and other u Under tho opera-- t boy and has been named for him. , which is not likely. town will be contestants. Tho date will ..Client features, but for the next I o days vc will make the ons of tho Ibw of 1SD0 there were on the . ,i . .. t..:.. i i,i: ........ Tim enterprising Lancaster Cornet be given next ifeun. , rolls last year 970,524 pensioners and tho me iiuiucuce icjicm .i general piirciutawij; jjuuih. tvui j;..n.fX total of the disbursements for pensions Band hns issued a handsome pamphlet mak- than ever before. Our Mr. Urbansky is now East Jailed Judge Paulley applied on hewas neaaly $14 1,000,000, or moro than giving the program of tho Tattler liveroic remedy to a woman at Danvllr, ; ing heavy purchases of r uA of tho total expenditures for ning, this May 1, in which every merWfdiusday, that is to wiy ho hud Mies all purposes. Tho only object of tho chant in town aeems to bo represented. Sadie Cecil put in j.il six bourn for conTickler bill is to permit the granting and Lancaster people never do anything by tempt of court, which consisted in n most increasing of pensions far beyond the halves. abusive, insulting and libelous letter provision of the present law. Its methThe Cincinnati Enquirer's correspon- that sho had Bent liim nod which he od consists in creating uew difficulties in dent at Richmond is h daisy. As soon kh read in open court Tho cnumi of the . ' I. Oxfords, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, and he proving fraud in pension investigations, ho gets the I.ntrhiok Journal he beutus letter eeema to have been on account of a V informs us that thcKastern markets are full to overflow- - v, in removing the protection of confiden- to telegraph and he doesn't hesitate to refusal of the judge to order her brother, s i ing with desirable goods and that jobbers and manufac- - ?'f tial evidence, in relaxing the require- add to or take from any of its items that oranvillowocil, who was mtilo truitee ment of marriage, in lixiug tliu date of are the least sensational. If he keeps up for her under tho will of J turcrs are eager to sell and are making liberal concessions w' their father, to the close of tho war for pension purpos-o- s ho will be a dangerous rival of tho fa- turn the estate over to her. Though he ! N to unload, so look out for .; at July 1, ISOo, iu permitting an hon- mous Sargent scribe or possibly win the was directed to use hla own judgment as orable discharge alter a previous deser- laurels that McKinnoy'a correspondent to the amounts paid her, Mr. Cecil detion, in equalizing the rates for various for various dailies used to wear. clined to take tho responsibility and nakdisabilities, and in defining the statue ed Judgo Morrow, then presiding in this f T Wc only mention a few of the thousands of bargains wc Dnv. From all we can gather, the of a dependent widow. district, to fix the sum ho shoul pay her ' ! saloonists hero haH gone The bill puts a premium on desertion hope of tliP Ladies' blacK seamless hose. 7lAs, worth i,', ' . y. have in stock. annually. He set it at $1,000 to bo paid and is for tho purpose of catching tho glimmering. Ono or two of the board oi in quarterly installment of $1,000. Asj India Linen, regular ros Linen Dimity only I5C. vote of that class of cattle. It ought to conncilmen, who was counted on by there is probable $100,000 coming to hen J i 8J3C Goods, at pledged not to 5c. Checked and striped white goods, 5c. sjyg act as a boomerang by making hone Bt them has, we aro aesured. sh didn't like tho arrangement and has N men renudiato tho nartv responsible vote for license under any consideration. tried ever since to have tho ik ; Ladies' sleeveless vests, 5c; better one for 10c. Ladies' entire for It. It is the intention of the local optionists plnced in her hand?. In ordering amount "r Percale Shirt Waists, .8c, worth 75c. her to the election of Dr. J. K. Van The fact that this appellate district to secureBnd James H. Baughman to fill jail, Judge Sautby reminded tho jailer Arsdalo went a fuw hundred republican at the that when ho said jail ho did not mean tho vacancies in the board, and if they last election has put a number of all further discis- the jail residence or office, but the jail succeed that will end of that party, several of whom aro itself. Miss Cecil is given to writing letsion, for both men nre pronounced In iS& not fit to bo police judges, to thinking ters of nn insulting nature and a number their opposition to whisky in any way, of TftYs lawyers have heard from her in terms that they could fill the place now occu- shape or form. It may AKiuNORMRNTdare being made for an hold The Power of Gash !S f - Acr .., .r( '" one-fourt- h CfotfiinoandDruGoodsJ :fl Grant! Harvest of Low Prices. f I2c. -- 1 -- V' law-yea- rs yJpror) j Gfyeck Qirjgfyan? at omu t)C - askji I ' --- 2.' --,- -- . - LOUISVILLE STORE. sound-mone- y $ -- mmmmw Size-mor- e The Vulcan Chilled Plow. -- t- We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. y, a FTTBXilC S AliE iS-- W. H. WEAREN & CO. St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, CARPETS I "Velvets. or Ingrains, Brussels, Moquettes and H. J. McROBERTS. FiL-ne- 1 (orie-Shcem- -- Props. Uvcry, Feed and Sale Stable, Mrit-Llata Junction The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House City Ordinanoe. m mono-motallis- ts A. E. GIBBONS, PUBLIC SALE. "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." On Friday, UNDERTAKING -- con-.utin- R ey 1 od 1 year-ol- d W.j O KTlLARir, 1 com-mitt- ee Practical Trimmer, Embalmor '- -i. t..i. - T u. f" A tiiiViW tptrJMiAVOM a v ji iiu tats.saafcsjt MiaNufcMiwF njmtm nr ,i' w - JteTS: ajyajsaasttai HMIfcAaM. Sf- - -- ?tti? im0J InteriorJuukniu m... lU1 i Semi-Week- ly Stanford, Ky. wluit could wc expect when we eniueto the high grounds and the fUh gradon W. P. WALTON. of the. inidhuidH? This Bhoutin of , SwiiR-sliowcvcr, had no effect, wc were going1 bo fa.st that his pprirK If you wore broastlni; a keen wind, which words never reached Peter, who ntood Loi'iHVtLLK Kaciih. -- GrfHtr-st tOKClt iiipetinc ever ii'ld in KfiilticLy beiiin- - j And jtrttel and chilled you as you with his hnnil on Uic lever, watching trove. grimly the track in front, uinji May 0. ().ily one fare from here Till, milled and bewilder quite, you lost continued to 6hout out Uic nille ixx,ts, for the round trip. 1'hls Include Tim power to nu tlia nay, and aim and I cried: on mo vo. to crand Maud. "Hold on, It'a the telegraph iioleayou vi ... C, ...... ..i ii.u rHiht And one.o If only for a moment' kikico, D. ... GVo arc counting." iiolw fnm Uw to raco n womu you not nmi u eaaier raco ineet.ni;8 ever neiu in "No, It Isn't," he replied, "It's the The storm again when th brief roat wan mile jiosts." bogivenat tho fatuous Louisville punt? "Xouhciim;," I cried. "At that rate cou'se. Ten BUken, Including Ihu KenIs no little nnd there In no much; tucky Derby, worth f 0,000, will be run Therewelch and measure nnd d line In vain. we are going nt tltc rate of 108 miles un We hour." during tlio 12 dura. All the crnok horn- - A look, a word, u llxht iwiwiibIvh touch Can 1k the minister of Joy to pain. "A hundred nnd eight It is then," he of the country aru uuitiueil In iIhwh oi A man can dlu of hunger, walled in fold, wild. "Stoke her up, Peter." Lief, stakes, Including Ben Hrnb, Prince A rruinlt muy cjiilckati hope to stronger I then called the general manager's breath, ltamiro, First Male, Semper K.to, Nun-- ' And every duy we give or we withhold attention to the fact that it Hits not roJ, Ben Klur, Lady Inez, Karratlay, I Home ltttlu tliltiK which tella for life or etiquette to tell on engine driver to death. Pickwick, Hudolpli and over 100 other "stoke up," ns that duty was ieri flusan CooIUIkq. OorSOO iioiS'H are now quartered at( formed hy Billy Jones, lie apparently rn flilds, lenrned for the first time that enginOhurcuill Djkiu, insuring LHEAKINO A KECOIM). eers do not do their own btoking, und and excit'iik' contest. There will bo live ho thanked me for the Information. At or more races each day, with liberal add-- : IsuBt the mile- (.tones imkhc1 ho rapidly j HY IlOHCHT IIAltlt. money. cd that Swlpen could not keep track of The manager of the London it Glas- them, All tbo railroads have put on cheap so wc abandoned the attempt to excursion rates, tbo round trip from gow air line railway, Mr. SwijK's, sent count them and took only the stations, Stanford beln only one fare. This in- me nn invitation marked "pi hate," bay- ai. we had a reeonl of the distance being that hu was bound to beat the reccludes admission to tbo grand Und, each ord made by the Lake Shore & Michigan tween them. 1 aw now by making a atttarh-e- d railroad ticket baviuki a Soutliuru railroad now that they had calculation between two h tut ions that wblch can be exchanged (or a batigo come out In print alxitit it. lie added we were going nt the rate of ICO. 45 uu nttbocato. This is tlio cbcaptat rate that he thought record breaking in the hour, and my hair would hne htood on was the ever otljrml from thia point, and a bin night time nil light enough, if the end were it not for out fact that it behind. The Day to lecord breaker did Lot wty anything standing straight delegation will leave hero Derby and nhout it in public, but if newajwper ac- oscillation wtis somewhat dreadful, take advance of it. I we swung lie writtiu then the onec realized with horror iih counts were to wheels curve that all race should be ojK-- to outside purlieu tiro und n the. track, and four we were were off that withwho might wish to know tire time ; luckily, howeer, the out asking a policeman. lit- akled tha Hying in down on the rails and all iS'ew York Central brake the wheels cumc II you want a NO. I lluciy. oue worth rrriy when the more, lly thta time the doll ir ou have to pay I. e il and one ihu will be J'.ngliMh recoid tbey did so with their was well once f urntcl ! pta you ihf tion and a Uucct Lmpirtt State c.vpre, which anyone stations piissed us in one continuous rijht, go lo were running through could hare traveled on who had the streak, ns if wc the suburbs of abigelty, and 1 w us won money to pay his fare. This, he IluMonville, Ky. He "ill not handle shoddy claimed, was the right ay of breaking dcrlugull the time when we would come t itufl He ba lone lauti'ul Suirt-v- t and to the town, but finally I realized that Tha kuuiii Malta Cunv'o a and I'lo, a record If )m are going to write about l boat in uic,at all farmtra leljim nolo it afterward. Nevertheless he wa go it wtif. impossible to keep time with my the it him and uvi ytur nfMey ing to follow the l.ke Sliore & Mlchi-- I excellent watch, and so we would luivo gau Southern fashion, jutt to see what to lump the thing bj calculating how hia railroad could do, and he Invited me, Jong It took us to come from London tr as a pors-oowuingau American watch, (ihihgow. The lid of my watch, which Th anaual tnretlnc ol Iht atttlfcoldrri l the to eomc upon the trip, but begged me I now inadvertently exposed to the breeze, snapped and blew away, and 1 MoirUnd A Carrnlci'i Statlaii iuihihIc w.ll hi held at Itmtootillt so Saturday, May , IA at t to way irotitlng whatever about it, for, saw that the gold of the hunting caC ra., (or tl(c purpoie o' etcitic a pr.tidtnt and hu said, instead of breaking the nt-- 1 C. year off, so 1 put it was oard si directors lr lh ord, we inhjfht Krbam break our necks. In lieginning to flake K UAVOtiMAN, Pre. J my pocket to sne rest of it. I lie added tluit he regretted that lie knew it win not yet two hours since we j owned only rui old sihcr turnip of a left I.ivj'loti, nnd to 1113' amazement I watch himself which wouldu'1 uplitthe f.pied the spire of Glasgow. 1 recogminutes, let aloue the acconda, and kj nized the pkiee beciuihe I was born there. he would like to have a rrall.t good "That can't be Glasgow," I shouted The anasat mettiDK lor the p return Ala pirtU dent and Wtird of dirtctora for lb Knoh i.ick wntch with whieh to keep the time. to Swipes. "If It is we have traveled TumpiVc Co. wilt bt bold at Ikn Kirat Nailorsl I waa to loeet him at the londou terhour, something like 200 miles llanV In SUnUrd the tit balurdar is U), il6, minus of the Ixindon & Ulaagow air and the Lord only knows in un fipeetl arid iteckhekletl ar heieby lM?iried what CLIFTON l'Uw'U.R. I'rct. 4 line at exactly 12, midnight, three wc attained in making up for Uic time weeks ago. There wa some little rir.k wo were crawling on at 70 and in going out at that hour, for It is well when F0." known that one of Uic must obnoxious "That's Glasgow nnd opprewMivc laws made by Queen Vic- wild SwijKfi. Then all right enough." he yelled to Peter: The annual meetias yul th- - leLlullera of the toria herwlf is tiiat ecry man in f. Cullcy't Mill rurapUe TurneMYllV McKigii-'Tor heaxen's Mike, hhut off steam! ' held at McK.naer the in Head Co. will b miatt h in hla own hoiiw nt S:o Don't you see where we are?" In May, i V. at a p m . f r ike purwe o4 fltctlng a prvtldtni and board ol duretur lor thi o'clock, ami have light, out and be in Hut was his 1' UOODK, Prct. i at nine. Anyone out after that engine, PetiT all tit struggling with buck cmuinc year. once he yelled and hour is liable, to arrest, so stole up nn'i us: down througah by streets and dodged at"1 can't, stop her, sir!" the jKilieeuicu until l came to the ter"lleneus nnd earth," said I. "What I waa umaxed to find mi minus. Here Is to be done?" of lb The annual mttlmc o( the lluttankille & (?iriMulf r'a ( ittL TurntvlLe Crt. Immense locomothe and one lint car, "1 don't know," said SwJjx's. "It's Yt itll tVO Ctltlip attOoU (HI it. will be held al Muitoavilla on the ill Stndi la my own fault, 1 told Peter in the hearMay, liofc. al a p m , (or Iht purpoie uf Ixlmt: "WbatV thin for?" 1 huh to Swipes. ot!ttia fur tht emul tricar ing of the engine, nnd she is one of the W II WKAI UhllKUKI), I'rei. 14 "We'rn ff"Uir to break tie reeonl cutawt engines on the road, that wc with thi troin," lie rejdled. "I wunt to were bound to break the American )i:no Ii as li;lit tin iKvible. for rii ordi- record, which is 510 utiles. You see, it'3 nary oiuriutfo meet with Mich reHlit- only 401.5 miles to lilac-g- w, and I'll bet irtiir In iwayilricr uii rttiti.bli tJirmifrli IIia jou that brute is bound to do the other A merlins of the (lKkbotJit ol the StaaUrd , ,' ioplnre that lotieludeil toTtaUe 100 miles lor ih iitci.. of even if she lias to do apreiidtut and board of d.NKtori (or the mauiiii; flflifht vmv, find if we have M aauitUkli-t- l it on the highway. The railway btojw . , year iU be be I.I at McCwauik'toaMij 1 layt, .. rt lu..i,.,. - ,w,.t at a p. m. 14 at tihiMgow, and I don't know w hat's A.vr.UKI'UilU I'rea. """""l" me to nit on Xing to hapjien." iwi you uuti 1 que of tlioee HtooU in the open air from As he concluded the sentence there hero to CiliieflowT" i orieil, JihNat. was n crnali ami a Imng, nnd the next "Oh, thufH.nll rlffttt," hoawW. "The moment we were in the principal street The teckhnUr.of th llutntlle At CTj'l tocla m frtwtcmtl to (aHe floor of thr of tilaatrow tearing along the rails of Mill Tumptke Kuad Co. ill tuct at l)r Iko-iortice In HutiofltilUon ih in 8aiurdr m M iy, car, anil I have Uiaw x(rH witit which the street car line. Luckily, the same preaid-aad bo d you can faabeit yournolf to tine atool. law In'iug in foroe aa was in London, 16, al 111 m , ta elect a yeer (or theeuautuc dircclori There won't 1m any troMMtj on that nolKxly waa out on the Mreots, and so U C. LYON, I'tei. ncore." ' we went at the rate of 81.75 miles an "Vhw r tiic otlier fellowa?, J hour up the main thoroughfare of GlasNaked. gow and finally struck the north road "The?re aren't, any." ho nivsweml. for the Highlands. Peter wau nt nig.V Huatoauill The tbsckboMeraof thu Sunfoid "U'hti naj uiw c . t. I...M.U u gling all the time witli his engine, ". enln "' .iwp n T1u.Mk.k.. II u.f IV. ulll I. .1.1 .hv.. n..Hn. .1. teMu.l . W.WI.VWK .v lM til.vand.. you hav an board the could not make any progresa in hla but ord the fewer of direct rt at th tiell lor preaid. aihaol kluie at l"urntrtviU at 1 p m , (atuiday, lietter: watoliea differ, and It would to stop her. K. CAsH, Pre. May 111, ityfc 14 J If there waa a tiiarrel about time: When wc got itbout 50 miles on the your watch shall lie the only oHlelal main road from Olaagow, somctiines time piece in the com puny; mine, ns slowing down to 0,T miles nn hour, on 1 think I (old you in the letter, genera! the hills, Peter with a w hite face turned ly loaea two hour oal of the 2t, sp 1 toward tis anil shouting: A tmetlwg of the atockholJv.a ol Knob l.Ick, Cw Mill b MiCerttcaIa Ik TurucnrilU I think we had lietUo not triast to It," "fy liod.kir, we're on theCrnigneput-toc- h .. iur held at MlJUairaaMki, May 4. iSi,at a I. 1 strapped niyaelf to one stool and ike mritawsf eieCttaK orhcer lor the laauVaK Loch road, and tkeCralgneputtooh K V. POWKUL, fre, yea. 14 Swipes strapped himself to the other Lneh is nt the end of it about 50 milen " i and at 12:1 we pulled out of Maryie-bon- ahead." terminus. It waa agreed that we "How far is It from London?" yelled weio not to liegln Nhi reeonl until we .Swipes, putting his hands besido his had iMisaed Highgaie, Mid were thus mouth to iiuike the sound carry. The aenaad meet'njc ol th aiu kbulikrt ot tbe Slaafiml A' II all. Cap Turnpike Road Co , for the safely out of Uw iiiNuauee of London. "The middla of Graigncputtouh Loch rUtttoat M a preaident aad b ard of director for1 Tlt distance from l4ndou to Gins-go- is just 510 miles from Loudon, and it Is me eaauier; yeatr, wilt nt beta i la 401 .5 miles. Wc had or enginrrr over I.U00 feet deep in the middle," (tore is Sianfoid en tbe fin! Saturdav ancvi in Mjv, ilyo.al.p. m 14 J. N. Mt.N'fc.H.K.I'r.. Peter MiGunip, who waa aSootchmau, shouted Peter. and therefore? knew the road to Glas"There's where she's making for," gow well, and lillly Jones, of l, cried Swipes, unbuckling the strap, and We hacl no clinging to the stool. did the flrbig. The hills now roe grandly around us ibHreai5.de ra at th llan2.n Fixk ,V Urcon ' brnkemau, because, as Swics said, it .The at W aie'i waa not cm the brakes wowuro going to in tlio darkness and we saw the black River Turnpike Read Co. win awre In .MeKmacy 00 iaturtUy, May, ifi, at a (lopeiid for breaking tle record. water of the loch. p. at., far tacpurnuae al electing a prenUaat and ar The engine was known na the Mary tioirri uf dliectara for the euamnc 'Mum j), Peter, jump!" cried Swipes, J. W. UIVKNO I'res. M Jane, and familiar to alt the ojK'rators as ho threw off the straps. on the road as "Her Golden Hair Is PoUr did so, and 1 cut the strap that Hang-in- ' Down 'cr Dock." She gets this held inc. Jnatantly we weroall Peter, nickname from lur great speed, and the stoker. Swipes and myself lying TurariVe from tht fnut tltat tito smoke with tha on the hillside on the heather. The Tbe ilockkeMem ef tbo Ruth llranch spnriui in it titUls out behlml like a doomed train had plunged right into Kead Co. are noiirl.il to meetit Hubble oa May 1, 18., to e'ect a t.njrd of directors great lmnnor. x the center of the laljc. It had comM II I t'H VNKS, Pre foo the cmuius J r AfUr leaving Illghgnte Peter ffave pleted its race and used up the BEST IN QUALITY. her more steam, and the speed began to fraction by sinking 1,000 feet to the MOOT IN QUANTlfY. tafl 9S I2r alaaatX CCI Sti be comethlng appalling. bottom. M bm rm m y ft iii. ii h 5 w mv "Oh. it's notnintr to wlint we'll have Luckily, none of us were hurt in the I by and by," said Swipes, oa lie watuhed H slightest, with the exception that $ m tue making nn incflVctlHtl grab at my Swipe sustained a compound fracture ' hat. w hich disaiiiMNtred in the ilarkneaai. of the thiirh. Peter had both arms bro- Swiiics counted the milc-stowhile ken, Jone. had all his ribs and one nnklc I ticked oil' tha beoouds on my watch, Rinnahod, while I had my vornuity tVHITE'S GREUM nnd bfore lonjf we were aroliia-- 70 mllai fepiainetl so bf.dl3 thnt no one lias ever nn hour. Wo had Ihe advantage over been nblo to believe n word I have uttho American rood In Uio fact thnt tered since. Detroit Tree Tress. YEARS FCR there nro rarely any In el rood cross Has lot! n'l WORM RcmotJion. y ings iu Knlutul, nud that one A house hj never perfectly furnished lJ EVERY POTTLE GUAHAHTEED.1 is jicvtr allowed to trosa tinotlicr for enjoyment unless tliere Is n child in KOia) JlV I.I. UltVOOISTS. Jl on the level, lly the tuno we passed It rlslnjj tlireo years old, nnd n kitten I"rporril r nirninnso.1 jimii iMtlo.. 8T. tons. Toax wo wero doing S5 ritdng six weeks. Pouthey, -sfi Ami each one jximlni; y would do no muMi An Blv one upward lift And u their way, Voitild not the lllitcat reiterated touch Of help nud klndnoM llKriton all theduy? l 1Cv,U mileft nn hour, but ns the Ijvkc Shoro train hnH ntlalncd a nx;c(l of 02.3, you wero tolling up a weary hill itUmirlnjr u load your strength to SwIpch yelled to I'ctcr dh well an he hoar, could to give her more speed, becutiw GtrnluliiK onctt non'o untiringly, ntnl BtJH BtumlilliiB and loslnc foothold here and if flhc didn't put in her bett licks now, LITTLE KINDNESSES. ( thete, sho Is well enough to go out. Old Closcfist Yes, the doctor said sho only needed encouragement. "That will, no doubt, do her good. Fifty dollars is a good deal of money to her." "Yes, nnd to rnc, too; but it would cost more than thnt to bury her." N. Y. Weekly. Applied luunnlly. "These hynr jwitcnt medicines ain't worth n cent," said .Tim McSniftcr.who lhca on u ranch In the region of the Cnlfvcrna canyon, nnd was visiting a friend in Snu Antonio. "How so?" risked Chnrley Schcldc-mnntc- l, his city friend. "Wa-al- , I took two whole bottlea of mngie infect powder. It made me sicker than a dorg, and the insects pestered mo wtihAcr than ever." Texas Sifter. ilea-lnfesl- Philnnlhroplst (joyously) I nm delighted to leurn thnt you have promised your sick daughter $50 on the day A O00J SM'culallon. .TTERNS. I UTTER ICK For Sale by Send One Cent For 1 J. H. OTTER, Danville, Ky. FASHION SHEET, . .i.-n- i"iuuj ( rai-o- j MONTHLY FREE. , ( CRAIG : & HOCKER, CASH DB,TJGCI3T3. Spec-bacLss I . Tho Uaiml Tiling. Let nohlo detils our lives so till, That when death clnlms our strength. The funeral procession will Ho "over a, rnllo In length." I.. A. YV. Bulletin. A IIOI.ANU ouz r Uo-a- I'Oll AN OLlVr.lt. Gwn, Price. viS - Look at These Prices I Spectacles at 25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents and Si. tion Guaranteed. Fit and Satisfac- THE n Buggies, Cultivators. D. S. Popular Washer. &$ t mid-air- - Pnllpiirnnn. Vn? t'nrL- - - -....... ...... herel ... r nti'f cli.m. ....... W.. J. Carpenter, I Tramj) He gobbs, yez needn't be so rough 'cnuse you woke up first. Truth. my heart wear It moward younilondisaster." And " Try one for 30 Days and if you don't it you needn't take it. Chat-loo- " She Objected. off No. sir," replied the dnmsel tart; "I'm not a porous plaster." Chicago In Science. Grrsa.test Turnpike Klcctioit. mis Itccord. Washer the Age, of n Ilowton , 4 Turnpike Election. you going? Cultured Daughter To Prof. lecture on "Ijacillus Lacterium Noncstibustibus." Miss Hackbay is to lie there, and I hear she has just got a nice bonnet from Paris. X. Y. Weekly. Dry-bone- Interested Dame My dear, where ure Try one and you will never use any other kind. 's FARRIS & HARDIN. FULL LINE OF I Smith mood to-nig- Stood. Tho You are in rather u pensive Turnpike Ilectioii. I Ijjii-do- u y 11 Ik-i- I 1 Turnpike Klection Jones Yes, I just got u bill for the diamond pin my wife presented me fo my birthday, and I am wondering where the jienses are to come- from to ccttle it, Detroit Free Press. Nothing to Worry About. Young Mother (displaying the baby.) Do you think he looks like, his father, Mr. Oldboy? Mr. Oldboy Well, there Is a family resemblance; but it isn't striking enough to worry about. Bay City Chut. ye-es- -, Jones. Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot of Buckboard. Full and Complete Stock of FarmingImplements consisting of Cultivators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows before you buy.T. Farm Wagons by the at Prices to Suit the Times. Call and See us. Car-Loa- d Turnpike Election. o An Impertinent Question. "You mustn't be saucy, Fanny," said the maiden aunt to tho little girl. "No one will love you if you are." "Were you saucy when you were a little girl, aunty?" asked the guileless child. Truth. 30 DAYS QNLY. ONLY 30 DAYS. - 1 &Milledk-e.iliTi-HpikC- '. 11 "She is determined to marry him." "How do you know? Did she tell you "No, but she told uic that she had liegged him not. to buy her nn expensive birthday present, but to save his money instead.'"-- To Date. An Infullllilo hign. JAMES FRYE'I BIG 11 to herself?" Turnpike Election. ni For Cash for 30 Days. Why ? llur Iturroaslonit. Mamma i'i M 1 1 Turnpike Election. mm- ber tiny tiling ;rtput the sermon? Small Daughter Oh, yes, mamma. It waa nil about the foolish people that strain at gates ami w allow Miwiuills. Hoaton Tniuacript. k. -- -- ,- -,. Suit, your Dress, your Shoes, your Summer Underwear, your shirts, your Hosiery nnd 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 An Kxti'iisUe I.lbnirj. will make now aft;r the time is out. All accounts are due the first of Mrs. Lakeside (of Chicago) I have each month. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. Ky. hod all my marriage certificates bound iu book form. Mrs. Wabash Now, ileur, can 3 on remem- For 30 days, beginning April 15th, I will sell anything in my store at greatly reduced prices. Now is your time to buy your my bills. Because I am overstocked and must have money to meet en-dea- or in-ba- d Turnpike Election. Indeed? What u huge library it mutt make by this time! Town Topics. Husband Her Huorlfloo. Yes, dear, you look nice iu that dress; but it cost me u heap of money! Wife Freddie, dear, what do I care for money wlum It is a question of pleading you?- - TIM'.ita. OffU'o Ki.entltils. "Do you need any typewriters' supplier, Jimmy?" "Yos, sir; 1 heard Miss Nlmblefinger say .she wna hound to mako this old firm buy her n now curling iron." Chicago Itccord. Tho Wrutrli. Mr. Cnwkcr It hats been ascertained thnt Trivvct is le:nlliis' n double life. Mrs. Tnwkcr O, horrois! Tell mc WEED s.ili-nJu- THE B1.UK GIIASS HKRD Y BCOGS. 1 My Breeder were lolrctcil Jrum tn hpt herd of tins lament breud of smc in tuveral iliffrtcnt I lot ?i I'js of iln'reiit Hiwa Statut A SriuIji tin.) for iali. bred uw a it' lalf ;uaraMti ( u,r .po.iitencc a cited. Addrets K. 12. IJIiONAUGIX, Turnpike Election. e Crab Orchard, Ky. rt EGOS AND R w Turnpike Election, iet Shllithem to us. We are In n position to make it decidedly to your intereat totloo. We handle every thtusr raised on a farm on commission ; boifjou have any thinsr tosell.Qvnil onreir of our services. We do an Immense business and lmve more buyer than other houses. Correspondence invited, l'nce currents mailed fiee ou application. HERHDOM-CARTECO. (incorp'd), Tho Lending Commission Merchants, 318-31- P10LY. White-chape- 0 Murrell Cqprt and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY tha particulars. Mr. Cawkor Aveelc. He uns married Inst Turnxsikc Election. To Date. Sat-urd- 510-mil- e 9fCa- IWmWm 20 (Nfc3ivu-vHHi5E:3r- vmfi i M mm W i ' . oe ! 1 iMBRIGEi I I I ia!l-wn- Vho, Juilocd? Viuitor Docs your husband stay out ulfrhtH, Mtb. NuwoinanV Mrs. Nuwoiunn vimlltrnantly) No, indeed. Why, who would tako care of tho bnby? Tu.aa Sifting. reaches the prluciial cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Possibly.' through trains. Day Coaches nnd Sleeping Cars through to llarnman, Chatta"I notice," aaid Morcomb, "they call nooga, Attalla, Ilirminglwm, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, It tho X ray, but Y they do It 1 can't and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to KnoxviUe, Hot wrings liA Z." and Asheville; aud from Chattanoogo lo Jackson, ickburg, "Perhaps," suyetod Ilulaiaar, "you and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to los Angeles haven't got tho Q." Cliiero Tribune. Sau Francisco. Choice of Routes lo Texas, Mexico and California, -&vjm fcs- via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Doforo and After. Inlovc 1 can't live witliout hor. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Enpcc And after you nro married with even accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor you'll find thnt you can't live with hur, Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa- - . Town Topics. tion Cars betweeu Cincinnati, Lexington and KtSTiS .ilj. fi tvt fcAi Tho Hear Wonion. Uiattauooga. S1-- jSaj-T-, Ar Vl "55-e woman." "Mnric is a W. O. Itlnearson, Chas.W.Zoll, "Yes, her clothes show it." Chicago kt.- Q P. A . Gincmvati, 0. Pre, rass'r Agl., Cinrinnait 0 TkCcord. j ueen route: tr THE ; Jirr. i " sclf-mnd- 1 n ;.4Ilm - psifjwp "J TT,iyT'i f j t"" ,t-- "?yBH-'-- , 'nww i I Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourwai May 1, 1890 Stanford. Kt., E. C. Walton, Business Manager. DRAFTS. The EaaTeVSewrns; Circle. They slathered at the house, of 8l8tcr Bland, They talked of science, of reform, and art. They sowed eomo carpet rnga together and Then ripped a neighbor's character apart. Chicago Tribune. KNEW WHAT WAS WANTED. Confidential Letter No. 2 Sar-saparilla For the occasion ol the Southern Baptist Convention, wMch will ronvene at Chattanooga, Tenn , May S 14, inclueivp, theQ &0. Railway will sell tickets to Chattanooga, TVnn., and return, at rate of One Limittd First CIrfr Fare (or the round trip. Tickets will he sold May Gtb to to Sth, inclusive, good to return 15 days from date of out limit on tickets may hn extended allowing 15 pi-b- Fine Specimen of Two Fnvorlto TlreciU of Ilravy Horned. Thcro are indications that tho draft horso trnilo is looking up. Itnppears as if America was going to furnish horses to all tho world this sldo of Russia. Tho dwindling horso market has had numerous boosts during tho past year from tho exportation of street car and omnibus horses as well as light drivers days additional time, provided they are deposited with Joint Agent at Ghatta oooga, on or before May 14th, 1S90 W.C. Rinearson, G. P. A , Cincinnati 0. SnOKTIST KOCTK to Louisvillk. The distance from Lexington to Louisville has been greatly shortened by the Shelby ville "cut ofl," juBt completed. 0. & 0. trains leaving Lexington at 8:15 A. m. and 6:05 p. m , daily, reach Louisville at 11 00 a. m. and S:50 p. m., two hourB and 45 minutes The C. A 0 now has the shortest line between Lexington and Louisville, is the only line with double daily, limited vestibuled train service. Frankfort and Shelhyville are the only points at which these trains stop. iti iW a u "I'll tell you something In confidence. I'm engaged to Mr. Do ltiche.M CHAMPION CLYDESDALE. "All right. I'll see that the report to Europe, Some of our sales havo boon ia fipread thoroughly." N. Y. Herald. attended by agents from tho German ralth Without Works. government. Tho animals they bought No proper thlntr for which you pray wero for tho cavalry service. Will over be denied If you aro wIpo and advertlso An experienced breeder and trader A little on the side. thinks tho time is near when wo shall -- L. A. W. Bulletin. Europo with draft horses iu supply An Awnkcnlng. for tho breeding stock wo havo Proud Top (to old bachelor friend) imported from Europo at an expenso of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Eu- I tell you, Dawson, there's no baby like ropean horso raisers may still produco my baby. Uawsorv I'm glad you'vo waked up high class stock animals, but wo will Qswui rwJIskrA everyday horses tho proge- to that fact. I knew mighty well there send back as ny of tho high priced stock we havo got never wan a baby liko tho ono you defrom them. Thus wo shall even things scribed. Harper's Ilazar. up. A Splendid DrlTr. The Clydesdnlo in tho illustration is Mr. Telfair Greene My second wife 5 years old. Ho is a product of Scotland is a splendid driver. and tho property of a uoblo horso breedMr. Ellis Broadway Indeed, I didn't er, Lord Londonderry. Ho is of a dark know she was skilled in the art. brown color and is of great size, being Mr. Telfair (recne Oh yes, bargain 17 bauds high. IIo has won prizes diivlnjr. Texas Sittings. enough to mako a fine necklace if they wero strung sido by sido around his LIto .Stork I'olnto. great, deep shoulders. Ho would look a " T '&m"JZfr-rJJZt In I'M fa ' hundred times better if ho had a tail, veal is dear. Britain beef is cheap and Cannot American breeders liko tho French horso in tho second ilmeet tho situation? lustration. "DLOOD W1LL.ITKLL." You should ee our Every agency i brought to Ix'ar tr Tho Perchcron shows a magnificent drive American meats from Germany iron gray stallion, imported by a Canaa heated debate in the B'U'CZLZiTE CU.U.H1T dian association. Ho is past G years old. Duringhouso on the admission ofPrussian ! : AmeriHo is not so tall as tho Clydesdnlo in lower IU hands high, can meats one speaker indulged iu t. Thirty days trial on every one. tho first picture, being bitter tirade against all our floMi prod- Bv the noted road hoi?e, Ed Kimble, idro ucts, and scrk.u ly chargul that al! of Grover 'J:1IS1, Snnkes 2:30, Hrown Kim-bl.Satisfaction guaranteed. Germans mut beware f them and avoir' sire of Black ( loud 2:19, and dnm dam them because the wife f a certain Ber- of Jim Lawrence, trial two heals Gr-'m.TVTTM-"W.nZ 9 -- ther is it some late, scientific sire of Elaine 2:20, the dam of Xorlnine, yearling record 2:!U J made by unknown pro 2 dam Iki4 Sicjor to Jamw Howell. Jr., by Hamblutonlan 10 lessors Mreof Dexter 2:17. Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a reme- a dmn Jessie .Sayru by Harry Clay 45, mo of tho diini? of St Julian 2:11 dy whose component parts arc naitodlne 2:191 "d 12 mora that havu produced 2:30 tive roots and herbs, growing in trotters; nl.--u lro of tho dnm'.of Klectioneor, olru of the hills and valleys ol Kentucky, l.'tO iu tho 2::i0 which arc gathered at their prop-c'I""1 by Liberty, xon of Lance, by AmurJum) Kolip.-o-. seasons by responsible hands. W'lilsingliain 21(!(t, ire of Xaboth, h one of tho youngM mm of Ooorgs Wilkt After cleansincr sortintz and cull fiU, record 2:22, who shod Hurry Wilkos 2:iaj. Guy Willcm 2:1.'), Miko Wllkon ing they arc carefully dried for! 2: i.ij, " ucox ':, ami tiL others In the 2:.'10 list; also II nrodiicitiL' sons and 10 pro- use. iiicir virtues are extracted tlurlinr damrhters. Norrc-.Vabby the latest scientific process! is a liny horse, 10 hands high, fouled Juno 2, 1SSS. His a phar-grc- e to pharmacy by contains the blood of HntuuMuninn, George Wilkes Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr , macist who has spent IS years injamlllnrry duc tile work of his chosen profession. , I'orovera hundred years hasit, - c;a - L h3-1-- 0 JLXasxre a, ,,, stood the test and today it stands Mj flno htnWon ociore me puoitc guaranteed to uc si $the best blood purifier in the mar-et- . It is positively guaranteed to Will aKo make the prt'.eut season of IStMl nt the low price of EIGHT cure scrofula in any form. Its insure a living colt. He Is elegantly bred and a sure foul get tor. I DOLLARS to will aUo stand merit is shown by its growing pop ularity and in localities where long est uned you find the largest sales. Xoti: - Owing to tho hard times nnd tho low price of stock. I linyo grontly re Sold in Lincoln county by duced swhi fee of my horses and jacks nnd considering thoir individuality nnd breeding, they stand lower than any iu the State. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. Stable two miles South of Hustonvillc, on tho Morelnnd A Carpenter's Stntlvu " Penny's Drug Store, pike W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. JK. HArOHMAX, Hustonvillc. h'y. F. B. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinnc). J. K. Alsrott. Powers. Denmark. BARNES, No. 21,730. Beazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. Will make the hcaion of ISM, at my James T. Cooke, stable 3 miks from Stanford, on tho DanMorgan Denmark n a bay stallion, 10 ville Harrodsbtug, Ky. Pike, bred, as a high dis-covek- Bro. Walton: Please hold the cars while I tell what Cooke's Record 2:10t Standard Rule 0. is. Well, it is not a mysWill mnko the season of ISOd. terious cempound of which the S1HKI) HY WALSING1IAM 2100, sire of Latitude &.l and 7 or 8 others iu the li,. component paits are rjathcrcd in far off, unheard of land; nei- ldnnt Tinsel some by Messenger Dnroc lOfl, soir of Ilnmbleloiiiiin and - NABOTH 10016. fj ll.--t. s oth pedi-kno- wn to IilVlllg' Oolt L. - WILLIAM TWO GOOD JACKS AT S7. - Morgan hands Hols splendidly glance at hi pedigree will hiw. Ho will mnko the present sviimui of 1WHJ at our stable on the new I.nnciistcr pike, ) miles from Danville, At$5 to Insuro Living Colt. HeMn black ,Ch-- v' l,-- byV;F season. Almont Kimble ) e. J. K. VANARSDALE. Best Lice to and From "BIG FOUR" ROUTE, CHICAGO, ILL. Solid Vcttibuted Train, with Buffet Parlor Elegant Coachea, Dining- Cars, Wagner Sleeping Can, and latest improved Private Com. part men t Buffet Sleeping Cars, magnificently fur. cUhcd with toilet accessories in each compart-tes- t. Can, - ri if Best terminal station, ST. LOUIS. IlirOUTED rERCHEKON. vi5S 1' Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars, Coachea and Dining Cars, and Waguer Buffet Sleeping Cars. Entering St. Louis oyer the New Merchants' Biidge, avoiding the disagreeable tun-e- BOSTON. The only Through Sleeping Car Line from Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cart. ti. bnt his build is exceedingly strong. This horso looks much moro graceful and active than tho Clydesdale, but that may bo owing to tho fact that his noblo flowing tail is left exactly as nature mado it and is not mutilated into a painful stump. Ewes That Are Good Milkers. Now and then you will seo among the enumerated good qualities of a particu lar breed of shoep that tho ewes aro deep milkers and good mothers. In looking over tho flock of breeding ewes with lamb at foot tho most casual observer must havo noticed that somo lambs showed tho effects of much better care than others; that certain ewes with twin lambs wero doing better by them than many of their companions who had but a single lamb. Tho lambs may havo been dropped about tho same date, and tho feed and all other conditions may havo been tho same, notwithstanding the above results. What, then, is tho cause of this difference in the lambs? Much very much of it is duo to tho fact that tho ono ewe is tho better milker, and as tho yielding of mirk is a distinctive maternal quality it must necessarily follow that sho is a better mother. While it is a good thing and a correct practice to teach tho lambs to eat grain at tho earliest possiblo moment, tho great first start and impetus to growth must come from that most natural of all foods, milk, and for this purposo that of tho mother is superior to all others. Theso things being truo, it seems tho most natural thing to do to improvo the milking qualities of the breeding ewes. Wool Markets and Sheep. Kne--e NEW YORK. Smoaicg Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars. Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars, landing passengers in Nw York City at 4d Street Depot. Posi ivr.Iy NoKirry Transfer. Be aure your tickets read via "BIG FOUR." The "Soutcwestern Limited" Solid Vestibuled Trains, with Lcmblnalicn Library, Buffet and ; vf 1 k.o. Mccormick, ,iV Paasenger Traffic Mgr. d. b. Martin, & Gen. Pais. Tkt. Agt, VOU AKKGOING., ok KORTH THK WEST, Joo Chamberlain, colonial secretary, tho shining advocate of imperial feder atiou, is called on hereby to rise and explain Will this measure make Canadian fanners love the old country any the more? At tho Islington (England) live stock show this year tho display of Shire marcs and fillies was the finest ever seen. Thus whilo draft mares aro scarce in America they seem to bo plentiful in England at least so far as the Shiro breed is concerned. Tho fanners of Denmark havo introcreameries, duced not only hog slaughtering and but packing houses, and tho system works jnst as well in tho one caso as in the other. If American farmers would do likewise, it would put, tho fixing of tho whole price of dressed meuta into their bauds. fine rond mare. Fd Kimble, by Almoin 33, (sire of Fanny Witherhpoon 2:1(11) dnm Mnry O., by dreadful. Imp The Knight of St George With all her protestations c f affection Almoin ForeM, by Almoin 33,'.daii) br for her dear Canada, Great Britain will Edwin Forwt. put the same restrictions on the iiiijxir Ahnont Kimble is n blinxl buy. with tatious of cattle from Canada as cu right hind foot white, 16 bnnd high and those from the United States Mr Lcng, "a chip off the old block." Will make president of the British board of agri the season of ISOd at Mrs. Snrah Hamculture, explains that the bill restrict mer's, G miles from Danville nnd 2 miles a living ing Canadian cattle is "only ii.tended east of Parksville, at colt, money due when colt comes or the to give necessary security to fanners." mnre is parted with Graos at 60c per But why should Great Britain protect week at owner's risk her English farmers from her Canadian AIm good saddle nnd rond horses for Race record fanners if she loves both alike: Hon sale. O I. PITTMAN, l'nrksville. eating American canned meats. This is lin journali.'-- t had been iwisoncd by n $Ofor I- G.A LACKEY. Care taken to prevent accidents, but Stanford, Ky. should any occur, not Lienretiuucd on colts for season inonev. Marco traded before fact is ascertain ed makes season money due. Morgan Denmark was foaled in 1839. ' He is by On Time, son ol Monewall Jack- - J I his splendid JAck will .no permitted to oon. 1st dam Lady Morgan, by btonewnil nerve mnre and Jennets tho coming at my farm near Shelby City nt the Jackson. 2d dam by Virglniu; 3d dam' low price of by Matchless. 4th dnm by Iranshy. M organ is one of tho best bred 56 and $10 to Insuro Living Colts saddle stallion In Kentucky. Has good mane and tail nnd good, long, rangy neck. With Hen retained until season Is paid. Don't fail to see him. Will also stand 1 arting with mnro or Jennet forfeits In' surance TWO GOOD MULE JACKS Km,.ror U a Jet black with white point, llhnnj's high weighs 1,150 lb,., yCh, At id to Insure. una standard bred and regtacrcd. 11AUGHMAN IlltOS, fall and him nnd his colts, which Danville, Ky. nre large and line. I. S. TEVI3. At $8 to Insuro a Living Oolt. MalMon, lfl hands high, (lfU" v NV,. Wdcli. Will nlMittand a good black Jack on tho snme terms. Mb re traded forfeit the EMPEROR No. 27. I I m-- FEKfCJE. 2:2-i, WALLACE DARE, lf ENGLISH HUNTER. Combined bay stallion, 10 hands high; both hind ankles while. Sired by Aiid.m.i.ah Messk.nokk. First dnm the William Lusk saddle marc, by Davy Crockett, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drenuon; 2nd dnm by Highlander. Abdnllah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is by Mcsenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, 2:10). I will stand English Hunter the season of 1890 nt my stable 3 miles from Shelby City on the Knob Lick and TumerEvillo pike At $8 to Insure A Living Colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare LOUISJVIILC 4 NAS1HVILIK R. R. fc It the line for you, as iu Double Daily Trains connections at Make.'elos LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all point. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information eoqulre of JOES. HICK. Agont, Stanford, Ky From a letter written by Rev. J. Guoderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "1 have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discover, as the results were almost marvelous in the case ot my wife. While I was pastor of the llaptlit church at hives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxisms cf couch, in? wo.ild last for hours with little intermission and it seemed as if she csuld not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. Kick's New Discovery; It was nuiclc in Its work and highly satlsfactcry In results ' Trial bottles free at W. n Mcltobcrta' Drug Store. KeguUr size 50c and $1. Marvolous Results. parted Willi. I will also stand SAM SMALL. Ky the Great Cheater Dare. 5th heat on mile track. U dam Daisy by Wallace Denmark. Sired by Itlcnzi. Klenxi was sired by M dnm by Dick Elmore. lielmontand out of Hlandina, byX.Mnm-brin- o 3d dnm a tine saddle marc. Chief, l'enco's dnm wan by Ahnont Wallace is n dark brown, 16j hands Forrest, son of Almont. Second dnm by high, foaled in 1892. Has more style than Garrard Chief Ponce la a tine individu- nny horse in this section. Was micccss-ful al, standing 10 hands high, dark brown, In ninny ringi. both Middlo and perfectly sound nnd a horse of great laot year. speed. He has gone miles In 2:12. Will mnkc the season of 1800 nt my place 3J miles from Stanford on the Hubtouville Full brother to Silver King and tho pike great show mare, AIHe (!. At $10 to Insuro a Living Oolt. Hy On Time. 1st dam Molly Mmintz, hy Cabboll's Lexington, Ac MY JACK, LOGAN, King is a light bay wiih some white Full 15J hands high, 5 years old and marks, 10 hands high, foaled iu 1SP0. Ho has proved a turc foal getter. lie was is the best saddle stallion in Kentucky. sired by W. L. Caldwell's Giant, out of a Above hon.es will make the season of good dam. Ho will stand 1890 at my stable miles from Stanford At $7 for MnroB and $10 for Jonnota, on Hiibtonvllleplke, to Insuro a Llvo Colt. At $10 to Insuro Living Colts. T. A. COULTKK, Not responsible for accidents. Stanford, Ky. JOB B. FARRIS. one-habar-nes- s, ROYAL : KING, 1 Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest. and quickest between Only Duect Like Between Action. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Table April 19, Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Govinjrton. 1896. '' 'Hi 35 4co No. 4. No. to. No, 8. TRAINS WEST. No. a. p. m. a. m. p. m. a. m. 4 3S C 5 5S 9 jo Lve Paris " C. 8. Depot B 10 aa o 33 5 45 6 40 636 1040 " Georgetown 6 54 7 '7 Stamp's Gro'd 10 j8 " Elkhorn -- . 11 16 7 Ij 7 5 Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 No. i. No. 3. No. 7 TRAINS EAST. a. m. D. m. p. m. 1 00 6 55 4 05 Franklort A 1 30 7(8 4 i3 Klkborn 4 37 Stamping liround 737 " Georgetown!!... 7 45 4 31 148 5 a 90 ... 7 5 S 00 Arr. C S. Depot 8 s Paria C - 30 lli SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown to 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort 1,jiavenFrankfort 4 5 P- - ". arrive Georgetown 5 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to an and West. oolnts South, East, North apply to their agenls. Kor further information BERCAW, Gen. Past. Agfnt.. C. D. GEO. B. UARPEIt, Ilec'r & Oen.Sup Frankfort Kv Action is u siuo qua uou in nil harness horses and hacks that aro to pay for tho breeding. It is of tho first importance that action should bo of the right sort not only lofty ut tho knee, but frco at tho shoulder and with good delivery of tho foot, tho hocks at tho Brao time boiug vigorously flexed to support and propel tho weight of tho body. With such action tho highest goers will stand any amount of road work and is u far safer horo to drive than the daisy cutter where stones, not daisies, lie. Tho old projudico that action knocks a horse's legs to pieces was founded on tho Mup and down" stopping of a certain typo of English hackneys and still more 011 that of "foreigners," which pump their knees up and round tho foot back to the same placo and drag their hocks after them. Tho prejudico has been exploded Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. by experieuco of tho truer sort of hackThe best salve in the world for ney action in work, whilo tho merest sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores cuts, bru'iess tetter, chaptyro in horseflesh cannot havo a mo- ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions no pay repuired. It Is curra ment's doubt as to which stylo is tho it positivelyto give piles, or satisraction or monc) lusranteed moro beautiful. This point, iu additiou refunded. Price 25 perfectper box. Kor al by cents to that of sizoaud somo others that will W. II. McRobtrts, druggist. help to assist tho "foreigners" out of tho Nicn room in Interior Journal buildEnglish harness market", has received ing for rent. W.P.Walton. much attention. nine-tent- ns nt Electric Hitters is a medicine suited for an season, but perhaps more generally needed In the Spring, when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver ia torpid and sluggish a d the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A promp use 01 this medicine has olten averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteiocting and freeing the a item from tho malarial poison. HeaJache, indigestion, constipation, dluiniss yield to Elrcirle The above fine blsrk isct with gray points will cf iffb : t rry plan-- , ir.e old Her-ve- y bitters. Only 50c per bottle at W. U. Mcnobcrts make the rug store. Helm faun, i the Sisntpid aid Shelby City pike, al The man with a weight on his leg can't hope to to iDsure Colt 4 Months Old. win in me race, a man witn a weignt on ms health can't expect to compete In life ana busiIs a old, 15 hands high John K is 4 5 ness with those who are not handicaped. yjf his splccdla individual. Don't brrtd till you and him. see brain is heavy and his blood sluggish, because ol He was foaltd aid raised by J K Raighman, of constipation, he will not succeed In doing any- Hustonvillc. He has proven i.unself to be a splenthing very well. Constipation is the cause of did breerer ol large tolls, as irvnal of his nel at of all sicknsss. Symptoms of it are Mr. llaushman's will show. Mares kept at reasallowness, listlessness. poor appetite, bad taste in sonable rates Care taken to pievint accidents, the mouth, d zxiness, biliouineis and lassitude. but not r spoils Mo should an; oicli Constipation can be cured easily and certainly by 1 FUKD P. lilSHOI', Stanford, Ky. 1'hey the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleaiant Pellets are not at all violent in their action and vet tbev are mere certain than many medicines which are bo strong that tney put tue system an out 01 order. The great advantage ol the Pleasant Pellets is that they cure permanently. stamps to cover cost of mail-I- n Send 11 one-ceonly and get bis great book, the People's Common Sense Modical Adviser, absolutely nee Addrrss World's Dispensary Medical Association. No. 663 Main street, Iluffalo, N. Y. Electric Bitters. At 5 to Insure a Living Colt Sum is by one of Lyle's imported jacks and out of DolIIo Woods', sho by Tully's Warrior and ItEOISTEIlEI) out of an mmoited jennet. Sam is 14 hands high and Jtiwt as thick as he is high, HY SECOND JKWKL 18. or in other words he is just as big lying down as he is standing up. Sam's mules Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. when in a tined measure from 15 to 10 This fancy saddle stallion will make tho hands high. Little jnck, little pny but a season of 1890 at our stable mile from B. P. POWELL. big mule. Millcdgeville, Lincoln county. Ky , on the Stanford and Millcdgeville pike. Owing to the scarcity of money, wo will stand him GILT EDGE 261. eaglTbirK Thk Gkeat Snow Stallion, JOHN K. ron o-- At $10 to Insure a Living Winner of 500 stake nt Lexington won second money in 500 stake at Ver' sailles, winner of the aged premium ami sweepstake at Paris, also winnc other premiums in 1S93, since which has been in the stud. Eagle llird is a l..mi;r.,i i ... " small star, stands over 10 Oolt. How IIL'liinnnfin.l n l. JIBS - $7 a nr TABLErVSDIT BUCKEYE OINTMENT 'CURES NOTHING BUT rilllJ MED CO.. C7.LQUI3. D PILES. known for IS yoars as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. PrttiriltyllcnABSSSN HOLD SURE and CERTAIN CURE HY AI.I. DRVGOIHTS, Money duo when colt conies or mare i parted with. Mnres grazed or fed at reasonable rates. Not responsible for accidents, Hhouhl any occur. Gilt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, ila.xy mane and tall, 15 hands 3 inches high, was foaled Sept. 0, 1880, and ia a perfect saddle horse. (Jilt Edge was showed as a nnd took the sweepstake premKirksvillo end Danville nnd in his ium at own ring at Harrodsburg. Thoso who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are cordially invited to look nt our horse and see him move. lie was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningham's Jewel, ho by old Washington Denmark. His first dam Minnio by McDonald's Unicorn. '2d dnm hy Wells' Crusader, his first dam by Stonewall Jackson, ho by Washington Denmark, ho by Illack Den-mat- k, his first dnm by Crusader, ho by Old Whip, 2d dam a Kocky Mountain "'", boifit"i!5isonVE"8,0'tolM,no' 2d dam by Hamlet Washington Denmark. Denmark, son of hy ,.farrih' Mm,.!-""nrk, son of 1 n ata,!IfoVn!!!eTn&!!'0zofi6oa TEN DOLLARS TO INSUREA LIVINCICOLT Money or cash note will bo rcouireil Eagle Ulrtl is ,u of 10 show horse in ISO!! will attest. Vs a breeder " " Sood wn colored, lifel. ...LC.I 1'""""" tnare. MADISON SANDIDGEASON, must bo nahl ni ii. Care will be take, to , .", nccJcnta and escapes, but wil tin e i. 'a should any 'oec ,r r?f1,,,,s'bo satoterfjssfH ... . iivwL ' 3 IIU is uiisur- - Jlillcdgevllle, Ky. f 'rTTTiiTMffPrPiawgappp . -- "JJJL,WHJsWrisl'isAlWKSiis?Jl .,. JA.Jii!v,,.... iKiaiMtitS tmmimmmimm m 'm-- wviwisssiisa s ,u i Vi sn jsissui ai ifkstastTVpsfSJJBIlSH r . . . r--J Ml- - Sfikei shears of nil kinds at Warren M. Shanks. &. Tar " -- $ ,A ?A . ) MFS - JS . Amvl &I M . . J Mi A M TlTA sis SW'Sr V Ml MS JB L K 4 5TANF0RD, -V Kt., Dkd Bur Exterminator - MAY 1, 1890 Hooker's. XKWumbrullH8 ... I'.'i & i z: .-- i m . - at Craig and parasols. Sever- - E. C. Walton, Business Manager. anco & Son. rs 'X1 '? ?A DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. l SrntNo chickens ru coming in slowly UiiEVTBald of jowelry by auction tit at $8 a dozen. Wflitofi'H Opera House, keKiniiiriK April L funny. UTJU nt 2 o'clock. Soeau. ItnicK ands.mil afor b1b. J. H. Hig-rIiiStan font. PEitSJHAi POINTS. The roost stylish Oxfords in Danville. Smith Yowki.l, of Iiiistonvillo, was Caldwell A V AUCTION ! Blast. Now in Full -- Itt I. 95BK' The entire stock of I", 1. iX hero yesterday. Mis-jJani- Lanier Fkland is visiting rela- t: VA ? SUri 3 7? OJa-ls- i Barga-lT.s- . IM ft ft " 'i We have in stock about 150 fine shirt waists that we carried from Inst season. These need selling, because they are not exactly like our new ones. They are all of the best make and the shapes are very near the same as the latest. To sell them off quick and get an advertisement out of our loss is our idea. To do this we will make absurdly low prices, as you will sec. A 25 &7 In this lot will be waists that sold at 50c, 65c, 75c and some as high as $1. S. Mahtin is ppdndini; a few For shoes make Hpecial trip to see us. ilaj-with Mr. W.F.Sheridan. Caldwell A Lanier, Danville. Mil. J. I) Vann, of Pulaski, ia at Dr. m W. B O'iiannon's having his eyes treatI win, insure your tobacco barn for ed. three years. Jhhhh I). Wearen. Ma J. U. Oaiitkh, of (Jentersville, Gar-racounty, was on yesterday's North-boun- d Burton Vance, a Louisville lawyer, was badly wounded in the leg at Livingstrain. Miw. Dh. W. D. 8to.sk and eon, Mr. W. ton. 8. Stone, of Liberty, were guests at Mr. Wk want to sell every lady at least two W. T. Tate's. pairs of Oxfords this season. Caldwell A Mits, J. 11, Tuiinkii, of Jessamine, is Lanier, Danville. visiting her parents, Kev. and Mrs. W. Oon ready mixed paints are selling S. Grinstead, Gov W 0. IJkadliy was on yester- fast. Let us give prices before you purdays train rn route to Mt. Vernon to chase. Craig A Hocker. wind up a law suit. Bio reductions on everything in our Dn. II. I). Rodman, of Louisville, was line, especially.belts, waist sets, etc. This hern this week aeslBtintt Mr. S. S. Myers week only. Danks, tho Jeweler. tives at Lawrencehnrg. Haiinish, Furniture and Lubricating oils. Craiu & Hocker. ' watches, Clocks & Jewelry, Of the late A. R. Penny will be offered at public auction, which commenced Monday and will be continued from day to day burr IV 'V t .1 ' ni V '. Until the Goods are all Sold. Sales begin at 10 a. m., 2 i i. and 7 i. m. each clay until the goods are all disponed of. Tills StocH Must I'. Be Sold, Regardless of cost or value. itolcfjclfat SMaltBit's (Dpcnipflitsc iX G. L. PENNY, Executor. r in his insurance business. Mils. Mosks .. G 50 fee-ats. Coitky, of the Turners-vlll- e This lot will consist of i.0 first class waists, in every variety of color. The cheapest ones in the lot sold for 75 cents, while most of them sold for 51.25. 7i 2 k? 1 S 3 H Qi 75 6s-i- d. This lot is all waists that sold for $1.75. We have made the price just Si less than their actual value. S-umrr-- section, who has been ill for some 10 weeks, is rapidly improving. Mu w E. l'RiiKi.s'B, the hustling Crab Orchmd merchant, was on Wednesday's train ound for Louisville to buy goodB' Mn. and Mas. J. II. Hatfs, of McKin-neare visiting the families of James Dunn and W. T. Hates. Somereot Paragon. aumjki.8 and wife, of Rev Milks Sprinylleld, who are visiting in Danville, spent Wednesday with. their bou, Mr. J. y, I am agent for the Quaker medicine and a supply will be found both at my Bhop and residence. T. J. Hatcher. " y Therk will be no auction and the concluding sales will be at tho usual hours Saturday. G. L. Penny, Exor. to-da- Ladies' Simmer Underwear. Vests at 5c, ioc, 15c, 25c, without sleeves. with sleeves. Pants 45c, union suits 50c. Vests 25c I The sale of the personalty of Mr. Bias Beazley will begin at his late residence this, Friday, mornintr at 9 o'clock. The Q. A C. will run another excursion from Junction City to Cincinnati next Sunday at f 1 for the round trip, leaves at 7 a. m Train ... Liriaervear. N.Saunders. Mhs. Jane Dallew had recovered sufficiently from her injuries in falling out of a vehicle, to return to her home in Gar- ficw hezityer Belts. White, Tan and Black at 25c. to 50c. Silk Webb Belts, 25c We are offering many special values in this line. At 5c each we have a good half bleached vest in full size. At ioc a full bleached vest with tapes in both neck and arms. At 2)4c white vests that will cost you 20c most anywhere. Fine Lisle vests with silk taped neck and arms at 25c. Pure silk vests ot 50c. Summer Union Suits at 50c and 75c. Long sleeve vests at 25c and 50c. Knee length drawers at 25c and 50c. 1 3ress AH Cjocqg B ctrgavns. a our fancy Dress Goods are being closed out at a complete sacrifice of all profit, and you will do well to take advantage ol this opportunity. We arc selling 25c all cents we will give you wool dress goods at 15c. At 37 choice of 20 pieces of entirely new novelty dress goods that arc worth from 50c to 75c. All the higher price goods arc being sold at greatly reduced prices. Our line of black dress goods is being added to all the time and wc intend to keep it up as long as the demand continues, so please remember us when in need of a black dress. Parasols At popular prices. At S1.25 we have white China ruffle Parasols with white handles. White silk with at Si. 50. At $2 wc offer you choice of six patterns of Dresden flowers on white silk, or white silk with 8 inch Chiffon ruffle. Fine Taffeta silk parasols ;, with natural wood and Dresden handles in all shades at S4 and $5. Extra bargains in children's parasols at 85c in white silk with These were made to retail at Si. 50. fancy silkTufilc. Special bargains in black silk umbrellas at Si. "foT-jaV"' rard yesterday. Mn. and Mrs. L. B. Adams and Mioses Mary and Nellie, of HiiBtouville, were here Wednesday shopping and interviewing Dr. A. S. Price. JamesJFryb, of Huhtonvillo, who sells goods so cheap that people would think he stole them if they didn't know he was such an honest man, was hero Wednesday. Mn. A. O. Gammas, of the Hubble section, was kicked by n horse a few days since'on the leg he had broken some He years ago and very painfully hurt. thinks the hone was cracked. Mn. and Mils. M. F. Elkin, Miss Mary nd "Archie Doc" returned Wednesday from a protracted and delightful visit to relatives at Perry and other points in Georgia. Miss Sarah Tounsley returned with them and is now their guest. Mr. T. M. GooDKNiarrr came over from Frankfort to attend the burial of Mrs. W. II. Murphy. His wife has been here somo time. Mr. Goodknight is the only domocrat left in the superintendent of public instruction's office and he thinks tie will hold his position there several months longer. CITY AND VICINITY. New-land- . Gasoline and oil cook stoves are com ing in now and we have had ours tried and they gave perfect satisfaction. Hig- gins k McKinney. There will bo a game of ball on the public school grounds this afternoon between the second nine of Hogsett Academy, Danville, and the second nine, of this place. who broke into Danks' window, was seen near Wednesday and yesterday afternoon Constable Benedict and Mr. Danks started in search of him. Mc-Kinn- ... LADIES' HOSE. Ladies' Hose, 5c to 75c. Best 25c black hose in town; regular price 3 for $1. Fine plain and drop stitch fast blk. lisle thread hose, 45c. Tub negro, Will Evans, FINE CRASS LINENS. Grass Linens with embroideries to match. Grass Linen colored satin stripes. Stock was never more complete at present. An old One. Mr. John Bright, Jr., who is traveling for J. Bacon's Sons, of Louisville, is UBinga trunk that has been in the Bacon family for nearly 40 years, the greater portion of which time it has been in active service. Severance & Son, Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Carpets. a whit was sworn out a lew uavs aco by Elijah Brackett, charging Mrs. Arch Green, of tho Neat's Creek neighborhood with assaulting, beating and bruising his children, Mary Ellen and Nannie. Her trial is set for Saturday. . The high regard in which the city 1 Toir Domestic 1 iew 3 S"ryvrl Wcvists. 3 a fc 7i This is n new line of waists we have just opened and they are without doubt the best made, the best fittinr and the most stylish waists made in the U. S. The prices of the "Royal" range from Si to $2. Don't miss them. Prices en StAks. Finest plain wash silks at 25c per yard. Heavier corded wash silks at 29c. Japanese stripe Taffetas at 50 cts. 24 inch printed warp silks in new designs at 75c: Extra values in heavy printed warp Taffetas in exquisite patterns at Si per yard. Fine line of black brockaded silks and satisat 75c toSi.75. Accessories. All the new ideas in leather, gilt and jewel belts from 25c up. The best line of kid gloves to be seen in Central Kentucky. We are sole agents for the "Cluae Patent Thumb" kid gloves. Great line of small Empire fans in paper and silk from 5c up to S3. Complete shirt waist sets in full Sterling silver for 50c All the new shapes in ladies' collars and cuffs. VA r i7TrATen7n7rz 1 ff TTi That I am closing out the stock bought from Hughes & council of Harrodsburg held Policeman John Russell, murdered by Larkin Tate at Prime Cost ? It will pay you to investigate our Plants for sale. 0 J. Downey, ia shown in the fact that it . . prices and goods if you are interested in bought a lot for him in tho cemetery and Want your repair work. Danks. . paid all the funeral expenses. He had Out glaBS and silverware at cost. Danks. long been a faithful oilicer. .. Ice chests, all sizes, at W. H. Wcaren Wb are neither a prophet nor the son A Oo.'e. of a prophet, but mark the prediction: And care to save the retailer's profit. The stock is full Craig & Richmond, Somorset and Harrodsburg Extra flue toilet soaps. and clean and we can please you in any of our various will all bo under local option within a Hocker. lines. year. Tho proclamation has cone forth STRAWiiEitniEa Saturday evening at J, and tho ball at present not much larger II. Meier's. than a man's hand is radidly crowing. A lways call on us for shoes. Caldwell The Odd Fellows will probably give a & Lanier, Danville. picnic here in this month, when Judge Fink lino of toilet soap just received Milton J. Durham, of Lexington, and TRY OUR- at Warren A Shanks'. other eminent speakers will be present, nnd all neighboring lodges be Flower Pots all sizes at Warren & to attend. A ehady woodlandrequested will be Shanks' Model Grocery. selected, tho public invited to "come If you want a watch got it from DankB and bring a basket," a brass band will be on hand and it will be made a big day for at cost. This week only. Odd Fellowship. Thhku house and lota in Stanford for The death of William M. Rue, which sale. Apply to W. A.Tribble. . occurred at Danville Tuesday from cellu- Both Tongue and Tongueless. Time saved is money made. We Read the St. Asaph Carriago Co's. ad- lar inilammation of the left hand which have the vertisement in anothor column. had been amputated, will cause great - regret wherever tho big hearted, clever A oreat variety of straw hats in neweet things. Caldwell A Lanier, Danville. horseman is known and it is a sad blow . to the stock interests of this section. DeWall paper at low prices and new ceased was 55 years old and was twice patterns just received. W. B. McRob- - married. His last wife and a grown son, L. E. Rue, survivo him. erts'. And sell in on a Guarantee. J. N. Mbnkfbb is having an elevator Better. Late Tuan Nkvbh. The Input in his stablo for the convenience of terior Journal has received from Mr. Mr. I. M. Brure. George W. Albrecht, secretary of the Plenty extra quality chicken feed on Middlesboro cycle club, the medal that hand. Lay in your supply before it is all Sam J. Erabry won there last fall, Mr. " A. says that the matter would have been gone. J. U. Baughman A Co. attended to sooner, but shortly after the Downey, the fiend who killed Police- race the club dropped to pieces and no man Russell, at llarrodsburg, was held quorum could be obtained till recently Wednesday at his examining trial with- The medal is for a half mile dash and is out bail. ittn a linmlonmn nvnnmnur t City Taxes. Six per cent will bo addIf you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before Tuc commencement exorciies'rjfltbe ed to your city taxea if not paid by June making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and pri1, Pay now and save coata. 0. J. New-lan- Stanford Colored High School wWcccur at Walton's Opera House torjjhil to ces. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $5 to 15. collector. be lolioweu uy an ontertainui&Zftiro Bituminous and Cannel Coal mixed cram of music aud drills. PnmoH. Pnrposes cheaper than Monroe, of Lexington, will deliver for Cooking tM Also the celebrated Bird Eye diplomaBand Miss M. E. Stewart, piai nlor cheap. nut. J. H. Baughman A Co. of the Stato Unlvesity, will have charge In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. Hammond vs. Geo. of the music. Seats reserved for white Tub case of J. A. bpecial inducements to Cash Buyers. AdP. Bright for 110,000 damages for slander people, who are cordially invited. 25 cents. Ticketa for sale at mission a was called at Danville yesterday Cook's barber shop. and will proceed tonomy, W. P. TATE, Stanford. -- ... New Malta Walking Cultivator:. in Best Plow on the Market, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ... CLOTHING! CLOTHING! in . Can Not Be Excelled, ... after-noo- to-da- y, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 4 Ab,4ifej - '. ..' T- - r nryyii ,- - VT- - L SEMI-WhEKL- V INTERIORJOURNA NEWSY NOTES. Winchf Bter ia to voto on local option I ; weight 1,250. laying and 1'latteriag dnne I NOT lVCi pruuplly i'laitrrlng a specially ford. nUJ PI? ltelcrcnceil furnished Work guaranteed. Fred P. Bishop bought of W. W. me nt Mt. Veilion. J I'. I.echMler McKittrick IS owes with oOlambB thrown in at .. Cation Woodford county lamb buyers ate A. Mrs. L. A. Hkadv, paying I cents for June and 3$ cents for Is gl en to all who have accounts with me that Miss Moi.t ik Wakh. July delivery. have bfon running over 6o days to turne in atid teltln. ottfyr I. I). Itlmoee's ttote, Stanford. Ky. W. Evans bought of Karris A and mc after V. K Wright will iuh thr bttMntss G. lor April ictn and will be glad for try one ta trade with him Whitley 25 yearling and F. II. MONNKT1. mules at $25. llustoatllt, Ky. Beat hog bring 3 in Cincinnati, I will from now on I We Stanlarsl FMtry,s shipping cattle 3 DO, extra sheep 3J and Ice regularly every monlng. IVleo I to 5c. lambs 100 Pounds and Over l0c por 100. B. K. Wearen is headquarters for Dudderar's Tern Any amount between isaitJ laa th at Wet,.. cultivators, corn planters, harrows, Ac. And ee the new Hats at Mit.Nrw .... Ol v Ali v... I'athlnn this week I.rgrm, lww .... t.flU mwa .lMVltti,y II. paid ...- - first f rack !.!... Lowest prices. 'iwwii ad the new Persian tflWtt in Piowcrs m nth. it HKH.Mt.llt, lUnrtsomc girds hot Ij)w Trices. Thomas Anderson bought in Rock- and Ribbons done in l.c laiett tt.le and on short Diets making , M D. Dt lUIKkAK. notice. castle Htid Pulaski counties a bunch of Mlts. KAIK Dl'DDUKAK. mountain cattle at 2 to 2Jc. HOUSE Monroe Curtis, of the Ktnl.suM F. 11. niLKY. I'roprtotor. I to Mrs. Brittain, of Bnrbourville, ha - - - Kentucky. farm of 175 acres on Cedar creek at $20. We are ready to receive bidt on tkr M K. London. Church South to be built near Walnut Flat Unit Ben Brush, the Derby favorite, went will ac tec.it l uulil May in. SfCiStliMt. ttnC I have moved to in t nsw llstul tmd mm smiu pUiHiol prratd Ihaa rt tr to the distance in 2:11 at Iouiaville the otic. hulUlIn; ate now at th Lienor Jottroil Good I.ivrry attached acennimodat the public For fuiihtir tn.ormatMHt apply U the atf cv.iy convlMc4 ds WAYNESBURG. A cream of tartar baking pow- Lexington, are stated by the appraisers tirad Give m a call. other dav and now he is a stronger fa HtttMitg Caromitte. at Walnut Flat, Ky K. I) IIOUIZCLAW. at ?497,1H.S3 and his liabilities at f KKAN'K KILXV, 11 der. Highest of all in leavening K. K. OMNKS. Mr. O. O. Gooch is in Cincinnati at vorite than ever. J C It'CKI.R, MooHieur A. Adry, of Boulogne. strength. Latest United States GovCotnmitttv. M Id At Ironton, O , Mrs. Jesse Darling, a this writing on business. rrance, has purchased ; 10,000 woith of ernment Report. Bro. D.ividson preached to good bride of n few weeks, took nn overdose ROYAL BAKING POWPER CO. 'of laudanum by mistake and died in a siz.'d congregations Saturday night and tine trotting horst-- at Lexington. They A Ns?? Hiking Eslillisbsni, will he snipped to France at once. Sunday. New York. faw hours. R D Bruce id still with the Uhamp A great deal of corn is boing planted The head of a woman was found in a Hiving mpletrd inv cottrse In ihe Iirnch DOC DRVE. CARROLL rtAlLKV. utter this week. The continued fair weather ion Machin Co., Mini wmitn Inn frienria TailutmK System ut Cutting and Kitting manure pile near Buffalo. It waB wrapto see his machines before they buy. ray seivice to is forwarding farmers in their planting. ped in a Bullalo paper and bad a bullet OcutlMl, : : Born, to the wife of W. R. Singleton, Don't forget him. J. L Toituti is agent hole through it. at Stanford. Proprietors And Vicinity, feeling assured that can pkaie on the 27th, another girl and Hickory is OfScs on LaLcatter Street at Kettdeare. Fifteen convicts tscappd from the ThoHij who were there my that K P. them with my work will he found In lb. rear Millinery Suit and oill Tennessee penitontiary farm. One was a? proud of it as though it waa his first Woods' Eagle Bird ma Jo a splendid show oTMrs. Kale be fUl to wait on those wishing Jik in my llo drowned in Cumberland river. None horn. MKS WM l.l Kit, St.nfmd 7 STANFORD, KV. Misa Nannie Perkins, of Bee Lick, at Lufflster Monday. He was ridden by has been captured. little Bob Wood?, who is n horseinxu Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, In Clay county, Mo., a man was was visiting friends here, Mr. R D. f om away baek. rotdsters and SPRINC, I89G. nd prepared for sale Farm .V, saddlers bought and sold on com mist ion Good lined $35 for beating his mule, and in the Padgett was in the city last week buying contains s?i acrtt In WasJilagUa jrtintH l. natiey lias a hrocxl inare Blue-Grascoumv. v lialdeiile track and best stables in the country. 8 s same county a fellow was fined $3 for an imtnene stock of new goods. haa had IS colts, mmt of which have that rur h.w m,ul roof t..kaec Cib f ,r h Don't our deputy sheriff look whipping his wife. t, aire "rI. J W McGI.sNIS j. V. COOK .aia,i ".rwz"m " n "charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. All llftdt nf Vnill an J Otnamaclal his mustache shaved oti? If the mnde him tlue horses. Shu is 23 years . ,., Ti.t, k.... ji- - en . .. ,7." r. i.t" wail. Haiier Ta. The total equal'zni assessment of nrnmt old and this year will he bred to T. A hrub', Fruits, AsSMragbS, t.rap Vinci, ' "forUWreUl.nceawiHt llsy direci awl tsvc mttey Kentucky for this year will, it is predict-- e boys that run from him could see him Coulter's Pence, 2:2 Ac. Nu agent Y. y ami general rsialegu. em tpstllrtltoa Mrawbcrr .'.i't!" now I am sure they would be afraid to , c?,l,' ' acres la same Ivxmlitv J, be $10,000,000 less than the assets-meII. K IIIULKN'MKYKK. Cholera is playing havoc with hogs U Telephone ttskacca barns. Ustcss the best Istrwo.rJ run. LtolBKlon, Ky ru,. t tbe of last year. DANVILLE, KY., in the Preachersville pectiou. John An My, my those lovely hats that those Haiti farms are ia Abe sla'e ot Builder and Dealer in All Kinds ton Deputy Sheriff B. F. Finnell, of Ken- - milliners aro selling, and ever) body demon has lot 15, W. P. White 15, Wal.reeivalla. wl" t W4IMd itd rounty, shot and daugerously inVpet, rchwls, 1 maiket and frltcnt. Ck... ter Warren live and numerous others of Carriages. oh a tine turnpike It eeems to have bought one, except your his Austin Stevens, as or information apulr to several each from tliHt disease. Kepalnwr a SpssUlty. Work thne and warrant. fared poor scribe. Sho still haa to cling to her ) X SAt'NDKKS, vA to give satisfaction. All work done when a result of family quarrel. am a th evervihloK that J. Newt Craig, of Junction Citv, has Is Inew bscV from the rumMillinery aiiRf.nl. Ky. promised. All accounts due when work Is deunit prettr in the line A visit 1 to 3 favorite, won the o!d ono thnthas baeu with her to long Simon W., a ca livered. Your patronage solicited. bought acreit of land near that to my store will convince yau that tan stock It Mrc. Elon Ball, living noir K first race of the Spring meeting at Lex th moit ctnplrle. go largely into tho bus line Linens ami F.mhroidcry Malenal. who has been paralyzed for ssine place and will ington. Prince Leaf, another favorite, ness of raising chickens. Ho will dovote IKIcgant MISSLICCIR ItKAZI.i, : time, was given a birthday dinner last 3-- : cc won the Distillers' Stakes. SUnford, Ky Sunday she being 50 that dar. About his attention only to pure drains and child of Joseph While a will have 25 or 30 breeds of them. Kentucky. Silvers, of Lima, O., was playing around 150 persons were there, your scribe being " Kuataalera First. Class w.l. i.. '" JU"1 WUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. the house it found rat poison and ate a one of them. All seemed to enjoy them- - Grorgm during """" "" fewut," ,BU' than Is. 1'r.ce. ,e.,aTi; "11T.T ',H.""?.t"'"u- weeks the past selves hucely and wo .i.s..u it was .i... rime i Linsufficient amount to kill it. g jm Offers his services o the people of West f jr several years before, and nativea ay O.V IMI'KOVKD FA It MS Full stock of Coffins coln and Casey Counties. Near Tipton, Mich., a man shot his finest dinner that we ever ate. After thia meant? an extraordinarv Urge cotton and Caskets always on hand. ..,. 95 In D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. sweetheart's father because he had re- dinner Bro. Cross, of Wayne county, led urui ,i., jnir. wne Jinn iin sjuimhi tr.BVH ' nu,Lincoln county. Ky , at 6 per cent . semi an ri..i i... hub ; no charged Address fused to permit him to enter his house, in prayer and then Bro. Davidson preach- said 30 carloads of mules anil horses, or j r,KO ' 'l.AVIV committltin Kro" 'lojn'. Co HZ'm.'7 Eccles-inste....... CALL ON ed a very interesting sermon on I.VHilville, Ky blank applications and fur and then committed suicide. OT STANIOKD, KV, 800 liehtl. ther Information, inquire olJ N Saunders, At. 7; 1, "A good name is better than about i A dance was given by the friends of Is nm lull7;orgnlie J and ready fer I.J tomey. Stanlord, Ky. 'l.arLlm.l.U'ln,ll.l,irJ, -business wits after which the Bushrod Ketch, under sentence of death, precious ointment," market was there a duller court day Paid up Capital of - - 5200,000. crowd reluctantly dispersed. at Cleveland, O., to raise money to prosSTANFORD, KY., Only about 25 were on thu market Surplus, . Last Thursday as Mr. Nate Gooch, n...! enn... I I 1,cattle ., ... ...... ecute an appeal, whon $150 was netted, 0,000. ... t nub nl.l niiii ouuic vi tiiciii ncin ...l eiuiu. jv I ocket Key CuetVs by Malt for only 35 Cents. ittw with ono of the prettiest young ladies of Gov. Bradley pardoned Woods SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATJOVA1 For IJaggage and Key Checks, Metal Cbecks of 700 lb steers brought 3 rente. Brock A all Unas, Badges, Do; License Checks, Key HANK OF STANJORD, convictcJ at Richmond of robbery. Waynesburg, was returning from seeing Utilsback bought a number of hogs from Kings, Chains, &c. Stamping on Metal and repairing. Shop over M. 1). Klmom's store, The petition asking for tho pardon was Nate'n best girl, the horse they were drh Crab Orchard, - Kontucky. NoweUstng uplhewith ths aami aistis and undst farmers at 2'j emits Democrat. S6 tame management. tiuuford, Ky. iiy provinons of Uschaiter, depositors Bigned by tho judge, jury and prosecut- ing became unruly and Invan to kick Wlthei to thank his Iriends and neighbors fur D.n.PH.,,S,,eU l.M.i ,n S,ti0" It turned the buggy (which by tho way How to Treat n WKo. ing attorneys. their patron tge and ritpecttully atkt to be if. ng held First, git a wile second, be patient. belonged toXato's father) overand spilled have great trials and perplexities in your Vou mav tncmbcted In the future Mr l.rativllle llaW i.Ti to the :icot ot th amount of Individually their Five leaders of the reform committee bunncsi, will be lounu ready to serve yu at anv time A therein at the pr value theieol, q addition stoct to Cnlhnt, at Johannesburg, among them John its occupants out in a very rntle manner, w. fc. 'uu.' ' lect line ol Caskets, hand Kobci, .Vc . Is te amount insetted In such shares. It may Letths as . ..... .,.,....,... 1(n.w ...VI, nice from always H H..... on )in J F. BARKER, Proprietor, l,U,U' !n.nd!v,,du,l.,n'n"UMOr' II ays Hammond, the American, were broke the buirgy all up and ran turee or which, though of less mscnitude. mar be hard fir her 10 bear A kind wird, a tender look, will do 7ha nru"l their buitinets to us - condemned to death. England has en- four miles, and now Nato ia carrying one wonders in chasing frcin her brow all the clouds arm in a Bling and tho young lady is us- of gloom To this we would add always keep a tered a protest. h".? ,,,,J" 8,,r m"T hn r.nft Th 'J" n" C0D,lBue bottle of Chambirlain's Cough Kciucdy in the Rates TWO,DOLLAnS Por Dav. bu.intsc transact The sentence of death in the cases of ing arnica, while Nate's girl became so louse It is the best and is sure to tie needed with us, offering as a cuaraniee t.r their .,. sooner or Your know .. : lion Large uneasy that sho came to Reu about him. vou reallvlater. fur her wife will then nrnttrt . that Kemember we aie the exclusive agects for the hank, tn m. i.s." .r.Reiasdeled and refurnished throughout. John Hays Hammond, tho American, care and with to . . l,.r celebrated Penee it ..... ""JL .n. .7 1 nd Commodious Sample Rooms. .77,7... ""'""'"""oouaiioni as are cot. health fai tic Health Journal. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. and three other leaders of tho reform intent with tound banking. Falls Branch Jcllico Coal, For aalc by Craig & Mocker, Htanlord Ky. IN MKUOKIAM. Prorapt;nd polite service to guests. 47 committee in tho Transvaal, has been riiMKCToHs: w wilt be Died, at his home in S'anford, Ky., doFor every; quarter in a man' pocket there a to Alto that it see our to the Interest of ev)body J J. Miami, Ml. Vernon, commuted by President Kruger. call and clean DiHiicitk Nut Coal. jn use and 10 use each one In such a way as . H. Shanks, htanford; STANFORD Prices at the Near Huntington, W. Va., John April 25, 1800, W. Lewis Withers, in the to derive the greatest beriofit It a question every rolnet, the very lowest. We par the cash lowest J.IS.lOwiIcy, Stanford; therefore are able to sell at the one must We bWieve, howev 19:b year of his age. He had been a er, that noioIvo lor himself. be made of one of price. Come and sec us S J. Euibry, Stanford; better use could FEMALE : COLLEGE. Love shot and killed his wife. He then flood Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. these iiuirters than exchange fcr a bottle of , J. II Owtlcy, Stanford; Mazee, several faithful member of the Christian church Ciambtrlaiu s Colic,toCholeia andit Diarrhoua shot his Falls Ilranch 13 ct, Falls Ilranch Nut isc; In STANFORD, KY. ; North Jcllico J,'F Cash, Stanford; a meJicine that every family should be pro- - dian Mountain Jcllico Nut 11 cts Coal times, and wound up by attempting to at Rush Branch for 32 years. Hu was Lump 11c Thine prices arc Icr delivered William Oooch, SUnlerd; wiin. For Coal at our houso charges are one cent lets, Mazje and always ready to discharge any duty that viocu sale by Craig ,V Hotker, Stanlord, Ky. blow out hia own brains. WILLIAM SHEL TON, President. A. W. Carpenter, MllledgevilU, For NOEL .V K)N. imposed upon him. He did the church Cum'"'ns. Preachers ill, J1RS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Love will both die. 5. H.;1bnki, President, The prosecution closed in chief in it faithfully and well. When asked to Miss Emma L. Martin, Pesiding Teacher in the Dr.U.'U. Owsley, Cashier, Study Hall; the Scott Jackson case at Newport Wed- do anything in' tho church his anuvtor W M.Hrlght, Teller. Principil ot the Music De- nesday after 73 witnesses had been ex- wae: "I will work nnywhere vou want Mitt Mary partment; Law.l ago ho was called amined. Tho defense by way of a bluff me." A few montliB Miss Mary P. Harris, Principal of the Depart- demanded peremptory instructions of to the office of Elder in the church. We ments ol Art and Elocution. NATIONAL BANK looked forward with fond anticipation to uut promptly overOffice on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Session Begun Wednes- acquittal, The ttiejuuge occupy a week the May meeting, when he expected to Second OK STANFORD, KY. House, Collections receive especial attention. 83 ruled it. case may day, January 22. yet. be ordained, but God in Ids infinite wis Capital THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, dom has onlatneu otnorwiso. 110 was For terms, &c, sen 1 for Circular or caiii.t the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Sunday-schoCollege. superintendent in the -urPUS TFT. Attention of the public it inviie.t in San Francisco. was Miss Florence Kirkman Drouillard and a faithful worker in the cause. Portland. . Uncl',VU ,hB SuSfi'i Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutumarried at Nashville, Tenu., to He waa a kind and loving husband, a. provisions of the National ..To the TaL al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can Count de Pourtales, of Franco. C.Cured not devoted father. He leaves a wife and write ynu all tbe most favorable plans ot Insur stock, but bv the "lr bv thi catul ttr .. stockholders Central MIsb Madge Frankel, daughter of three little boys to mourn their loss. Good Goods and Low Prices is ance. He aiso represents the old reliableand will amount equai to the stock. .0 that denottir. Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., this .........Via The Sol Frankel, was married ut Danville to be glad tohavoa liberal share of your patronage. rive institution are secured by a fund mother, brothers and To hia sainted sworn statements of the condition or 'lh?ink the Thing. Will be leady to confer all the lavors that can lie Frank P. Harding, of Cincinnati, by the sisters do we drop the tear of sympathy given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance, "nea at stated ments mada on consignments, both in tho ware- hv Rev. E. M. Green. in their sad bereavement. house and country. I will be at Stanford every LouiB Merkle of New Philadelphia, court day, Paitiet wanting hogshejdt, prizes or While we do not realiza bow it is that money should nddress me at 1'aiut Lick, Ky. O., wants a divorce from his wife because God would call away one who bid bo fair eg 6m Prompt Attention guaranteed. Mtv. AtaAHrt ChicacoTiTTS fumsviut she "takes a special delight in beating for faithful work in His caiiBe, yet we s$-ra,:ttiYJ. W. llAUGHMAh, rupted enstencnnr M.S. llAUGIIMSN. him over the head with a shovel." know that all things work together for ""inter- .. .. T " J" Only.Dinicg Car Route From I1I DPIIfF Itmnl.aJ MrB. William A. Miller, of Akron, good to those who love and perve tho Is the Place. O., brought suit for divorce against her Lord. ,, Therefore wo buouU not mourn SLOUXSTrXXaXnE PROrRIKTOHShusband and when ho heard of it bo cut as thonOwKo huvo no hope, for they rest New Carpets, Matting, Wall Pa- Th. Directory o! this Bank it his throat from ear to ear. Hia farewell from tuWt Msbors and their works do fol & SA3LE Forcstut Heid, Lincoln county; compotea ot per, .Furniture, Chairs, Window LIVERY, message to her waa written on the sum low .vHitlllir Hence it is a pleasure for us thHKl Elegant Pullman Vestibuled S. T. Harris, Lincoln; LTCt Shades. Always ready to commons in the case which had been served his walk while with us Sleepers of Modern Pattern. J. H. Collier, Lincoln; ?f or any Information, address For mips a few houra before. d's word that our loas is his and fi J. W. Hayden, Stanford; pare quality and prices. Make E. II. HACO.V S. H. Uaughiaan.l Lincoln; ritANK J. REID, A love sick youth of Louisville," jeal- ete for our Father has only p. a , D. it a point to see me before buyKontucky. C. P. Agent, J. S.Hocker, Stanford ; beyond the sor Louisville ous because his r calHC him up higher, old Chicago, ing. W.A.Tribble.Stauford; Be sure to call for permitted the attentions of other young rows and sickness ol thia world, where M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Monou Koute. II you need livery give ut a call. Nothing out men, shot her in tbo neck and shot himwill leavo our stable. See us e will no more endure the tortures of turnout! T. P. Hill, Stanford: W. W. St Paul. self and cut his throat. Denver. lor ratcs.Inour K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Unfortunately he throbbing pain or burning fever, but will nis name is Sam Brumley forover he happy in the suushine of tbe Undertaker and Furniture BLACKSMITH SHOP. I will take all the hides I can get will not die. J.aHocker(Pre.Iden;'M,"er'M,-V"nODTJTTC0 forcashorln trade far leather on and he is but 19. Iva Dealer, fllUHO. Clark b the name glory of God through the cycles of a nov-e- r Jno. J, McRobertt, Cashier; work aid latlfactory Will guarantee court dayi at Stanford or at my home In Ottev Stanford, Ky." of the girl. M. prices. Jiy our horse truer. ending eternity. htim. Chas. Knnslto, Tanner. .MKIojiy( Ant. CathU, Fivo persons were killed by a cloudAT ADVANOK burst at Waldo, 0. $3 PSR Carl Feigenbautn, accused of killing MSpWhcn not no paid S2.SO will be chtrgtd.TX a woman, was electrocuted at Sing Sing. ami lightning did great K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. damage in Wisconsin, Iowa and Nebras- ilowere, hence the scarcity of nows. The a. m., returning ka Train eve Stanford at men of course never tell anything, espect 4:10 p in. Richard Robinson bought of William ially nt home. DeBord sixBteera and three heifers at Louisa, tho littla daughter of Oapt. L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 15. Posey, is quito sick. II. O. Thompson rn going North is 37P N. 14, Train " " Grant county's assessment wbb rais- inado a flying trip to Lancaster, Tuesday. No, 16. " 315am " South la 04 p m ed 33 per cent, by the equalization Ho. s, Mr. and Mr. R. M. Jackson visited " No.s-j.. 115pm board. friends at Mlddlesboro a few days tide QUEEN & CRESCENT. Fire at Paris, Tex., destroyed prop- week. Mrs. John Jackson and children erty worth $230,000 and caueod tbo Iosb are visiting at Danvillo. Miss Laura Xrum pas Junction City at follows: . ,3.58 pm of 11 37 a ra No a North No. t South one life. ,.1.4.6 p m Bullock relumed this ovening " a.06 a m " 4 from 3 .... taoa m " 6 " Wm Paul, for tho murder of his Boonuville, where sho has been visiting " 5 .3. IS am ,6001m father-in-la" .. 840pm " 10 " 9 Not. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur penitentiary. was huug in the Oliio her father. hor than Junction City, nor on Sunday The Christian church ia being Frosts during thblaBt 10 days are and pointed thia weok, prepar said to have partially ruined tho Califor- atory to the protracted meeting which nia fruit crop. begins next Tuesdav. Bro. Djnghtery Preston Garrett, aged 70, tried to kill has been engaged to lead the singing and himself with a razor at Ctulettsburg, but he is said to be one of the aweetest sinSRprAuj:'aji W did not quite succeed. gers in the State. The song service will At Pittsburg, Pa., Charles Edwards bo qi'itti a feature and will add much to struck John Stabl on the neck with bis the success of the meeting. bare fist, killing him instantly. The sjhoola in town are all progressEleven people are dead 88 a result of ing very satisfactorily, Prof. Sherman hb the Kan?aB cyclone, and it ia expected principal of the seminary, is giving sati that many who weie injured will die. isfaction, and Miss Mary Dull, who has Tho million-dolla- r firo at Cripple charge of the primary department, is one Creek, it is now thought, was started by of tho best teachers anywhere. She has robbers, who Bbught to loot the town. boen in London for three years end efforts lu a beor drinking contest at Maesil-lo- will bo made to secure her services for the O., Henry Nolan, who got away next year. Mr. and Mrs. Mahan, who with four gallons, was declared tho win- are teaching a private school, aro certainner. Absolutely Pure. Tho assets of James E. Pepper, of ly excellent teacher. Putillahecl Hvory Tuoaday and Friday Jnno 27. YlUUV Kftiu-stort- ns Mr D. 1. Omis, a prominent liveryman and merchant of Goshen, Va., has this to say on the subject of iheumsiism: ' I take pleasure In House cleaning ia tho order of the German mtlldt seed for sale at B. K. Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, ns I know Irom pf rsoual experience that it day. Wenren'a. wllldoall that Is claimed for it Ayraracolhls Joo Young is tbo happiest man in Lyon & Allen bought of A. W. Car- Spring my brother was laid up In bed with Inllim. I he matoty rheumatism and suffered intensely town. H1b wife presented him with n penter 22 fat hogs at 2jc. first application of (.'nnmbf rlan ' Palu Halm eased the pain and the uio ot one bottle completely fine girl, on Friday, tho 21th. W. M Matheny sold in Ciincnnati a cured him Tho ladies of town nro all busy, car-loa- d For salu by Craig A IlocVer, Stanford, Ky of hoga at 3 10 to 3.00. cleaning house and planting out their The Advocate report Galea of a LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. i ( A. S. PRICK, Surjcon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Ulll"'" iitioneiis Drugstore tiliiiiuiK. in the Owtl '7 number of mule colts at J 10 to , J (i7 B. D. Holtzclaw Bold to tho Lqhuuon v of hay at $11. Roller Mills a car-loa- d Is a cmtdidiic lor Ccng'est in thl, the Kighih I will at $7 to Dittrkt, subject to tin acton ol the Democratic two good Yy- insure llviug colts. M. S. Hiughman IVmcotfe Bibb bought nf Josh Jonen S. f 15 J. S. OWSLEV, JR., owes at Foit S'.V.iO, with 55 iambs thrown JUDGE W. PRYOK in. Salk. strictly nice feeders, W. II. Murphy, Stan10 candidate for Judge of the Court ol Appc-'llar this district, subject ta the will of tke democracy Is A s ed It. Kerpvou ft in tho Tate Hence Sw Huff Duddoar, I f. Dsnn. I II Iliifht. It. rii. i:d Caitrr, It Chanifli. r m.l ..thort who hiv. ,.! O A I'KYTON.H-anf Agfiit f,.r Llnroln County rd, Ky "k s Dress Making. . w, mki mi stoaa Spaoial Invitation 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed. -- two-year-o- ld IJ-li- n KOllIio Mtt Como One, Come All. w akihs n, POWDER Kt THE RILEY To Contractors 1 1. dk. w. b. pisinrsr, Stanford, Ky. s hi 1 SAILED & DBiYE, The i.adics of Stanlord, 1 1 DuaiU-rar'( Training and Sale Stable Flrst-clas- s Two Farms For Sale. W i beautl-fuljwit- Nurseries. isnaa a THOMAS SHAW, nt J. Ni 7v- - son-in-la- w, TO THIS SADIES IV k 7 70-od- d I i T. STTTTOIT, Krlcklaycr F. A. AYERS, UNDERTAKER, Stonecutter I two-year-o- '"' Stanford, MONEY To LOAN ,,, Farmers Bank&Trnst B I JP. G. BRADY, ,., J. 0. McWhortor, Roy-sto- n, j gen-or- al -- BARKER HOUSE, ,s.,,,,,, --- ..... ."' -- Somerset, Kentucky. i. .i . Coal, Coal, Coal. wl3-.111- 0 -. . - - '"" f -- ., ". ! iather-indaw- Kim-ed- W-'- " Cow-en- , Spring Cleaning. W. S. BITKCEC, Attorney at Stanford, Kentucky. FIRST ol Now is The Time. M. JOHITSOIT, StockT.Zg 00,000 1 r, 23,700 ITOBTMWjEST vswiiifri - ;.:..."."":" T -- WITHERS' M.S.&J.W.Bauyhman, -- Jt ESSSxns&ixrES SWssa fisaarss SFs . ,.""-l""V'"r.an ""iiffi.issra FEED 1 rlrf ar step-siste- STABLE, Stanford, WITHERS first-cla-ss K' Arit-cU- rirAr" llWIM..iW acn ""''"'" n ' n 'umiHskiismiUmiIi Siaiisii '.'.: ' z riTJssamj:,1 filwwriiwmw mt mnaaaw rjrtaw!tiaiai II Msjsssism mil im