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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896050501 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. Iemi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. cnAD oncHAnp. LANCASTER, rv CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 5. 1896. j !K NO. 49 " ' i In a shooting affray Thursday at! CHURCH AFFAIRS. HnnkHyi, Morion Sebastian shot II mert oiuu vil. met with Miss ino -- ilr. Mok HolmtH tiatl a valuable FmiiIc nnngVtteii, ot WoUe county, on Thursday even- - Carrier In the breast and facu. Hohistinn horsn killed by getting seared and run-- , Altie Marks-mrhie leg while gutting up from saytr- - bo'o aims that UHirler iicuihchi him of nlnn Itilri u hirhuil u1 rt (untiti 'k -- M 'PS Dolls II llchl H Pfttertiiimd moot MK 0 c"et "i" 0lU of 50 uentti. whan ing Iih prayers. n..!.u .......l.uv..r nnr iifOllU) at- Millar Oflloy has bten tended tliH ontertalnim.nt riven in Lan- -. graciously Saturday avuniii in honor of 0um,r became abusiv and drew h pm tlt,c,e'1 P"",l"nt of the Warren connty Itol. Sebastian started home, foll-w- il ciaier Friday nhrht bv Mice Hlvira 8yd fiiemiu. Tho hums worn I oin 8 to -'. i1 bv Carrier nnd ' ,w hw Iih nrrienil ". i.nt ,,,s"'0i 01 ,UtiriStian l.nilnivorera. Died at his borne in this county of .,. ll.lr nnr luuill. ,,-,- , n, Wlll. I . . Uhv. . uui Canton, Mo , eotieu .option, .Mr. Speed Mnrtue, nn seed "'" ",wl K,,M """ ''mpiuu uom turrets m- - Chester Is drawing Mrs. Alex Hopkins, ol Will fill your prescription; will save you money and' will tremendous crowds 0rtrri''r'fl body. Sobaitlau came to d. iiillrm oltifn. Uurlal Ht Mt. He-,t- o has been vIhIUiik her sister, Mrs. Dr. aud 11) had confessed to Friday last. give you perfect satisfaction. We are headquarters for i tow ii at once and givo himself up, Stapp, but returned homo Saturday very j bron -- Rev. J. O. Livingston will preach at Mrs. H b, W alter olhuvd a pnzn to Lni!,ii.ier .. ..ntL.r.,,1 ....., ,wur much imnrovod in health. "SI legion, a hand Mt. O Ive next Sunday at 11 o'ebek and II. N. Faul-cone- r, era. Friday evening at the Tattler enter-- i ftny uie,",,Hrof the i ThoiWiyterians, Uev. all the members Hre requested to attend. l ber,an a meeting at tho laiiiiiient tneatro boxes wero let and oc oi iiiiio luiiiperauce workHrs, that uoulil preacher, The White Baptists at KHzabetl -secure the gientist number ol new memcopied Christian church lust night. It f town let the colored people have their Your patronage solicited. And surgical supplies. -- Gov Bradley has appointed Dr. Jan. bers ht f rn tile tlm of the recent W. 0. likely they will build a church heobichurch last Sunday, tl occasion being a r - "canBL'iJL.'t' wrWMW B. Kiunaird, of LiucHster, a member of T. U. convention Mies Then. Hemphill, foro long. big blow out. tho Jiltle daughter of Mr. and Mm J C. Messrs. HronBtigh nnd Herrin, who tho Siate. Board of Health. It is capiRev. Wm. Crpw, Jr., eon of a former Heinphil', special cominenda-tio- n feeding' cattle at the distillery tal appointment. have been pastor of the Presbyterian church here, os elio worked so faithfully and in Woods Walker, recently sold a very ol Mr. J. W. James and Bt Mr. Travtor'r, 1 ..A .AA'A.'WVAAAAfl graduated at the Louisville Theolcgical 3 JAAAAAAja the end won the prv.'. 0. tiers were also shipped three car loadB to Cincinnati liue combined horse to a Louisville putFriday night. Monday, one from Crab OrcharJ, and ty for .'oO, but beforo tho horse reached activtt in securing members Tho 0. W. II. M. will meet in the Drown AiuleiMii. of Nicbolasville, its destination it was dead. two from Gilberts Creek lecture room of the Christian church Mif-- s Aiiiiih Brown Kovstun ontur lisaiieen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Wednesday Prof 15. 11. Kitchie closed his rcbool afternoon at ,3 o'clock All W. V. i'rice aud wife, of tallied (juito charmingly Saturday even- K. Storim-B- . week and left for hia homo in lait members are requested to attend. Ann Of IIustonvillk, is offering Great Bargains in all Tcnn., Thuraday. The people hero ing from S to 11 in honor of her connim Danville, visited Mrs. Mattie Frishie. II. Shanks. Mies Jennie Ferrill, of Stacford has heon lines for the next 30 days. were much pleased with him and have Mies FniiriiH Gray, of Frankfort. The venerable Bishop Bowman call-- Mre. W.T. Wi-fl- t has sold her farm visiting Mrs. Arnold Miss Lizzie Hopasked him to take charge of the echool ed the great Quadrennial Conference of next seRHOU. He hua not accepted but with Improvement near McCreary, con-bi.t- per, of MidUnd, Texas, iH with her moth- the Methodist church to order at Clove-lan- d. D. Hopper. Miss Virginof 31 acres at J65 per aero to Mr. er, Mrs Anno baa the mattur under consideration. Delegates from nearly every counGood goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. Posses lion to bo given ia Pnge, of Louisville, is the guest of Uev. Will Anderson preached his 15 W. Liwlesi try on the globe are in attendance. Miss Alice Ii HuiIhoii. Jesee '1)0. Filer farewell sermon Sunday, which was December Rev. L. B. the oldest Greatly-ReduceSeveral more bicycles buvo arrived in Wsl len has returned Irom a visit to his preacher in the Louisville Conference of rfuite unexpected to his church here, but I accept a call town and are tho property of young daughter In California. J. G. Saunders the M. E. Church, South, preached Sunhn felt it to his interest to from Oklahoma City, where ho will take ladies. Wo don't think any of the lady is visiting his parenta in Harrodsburg. day from the text: "Behold I stand at Come before it is too late. James Fhye, Hustonville. charge ol ono of the best congregations bicicliat have or intend to adopt tho P D. Harris, of Loaiiville, visited hia door and knockl" The occasion was here Fridav. Mi- Aliie Anderson the ' 1AAAAAAA..A.1 ...AAAA 1AAA.4. lAAAAAAi there. Success to him in his Westfrti bloomer costume. Vn T.Vvi"l MM.i.r.'kr.r his Slid birthday. WvvvSiwvvwrt home. I'ho horHo and buggy that was re- is at home from Knoxvillc D. M. Wil Jtfwmw ri Rev. II. O. Morrison's meeting at Mrs. Margaret Gormley, who bus cently stolen in Indiana bv men limned llama, is toe gupst of W. I WillUms resulted in 10 additions to tho Bnrnmde, of Bryantsvi'le, is burn very ill of stomach trouble, has re- .Saundere und Humphreys and brought! M'M Methodist church. Ueandhis wife were covered nutlieietitly to bo able to sit out to this county, was purchufeed laet week a visitor of Miss Lna Riguev. Dr .1. B. on Friday's train on route to Louisville, on the verandah. Her friends are rIjiI by Mr. Thomas Cecil, of Boyle, for J02 Kiunnird ia attending the National Medfrom whence after resting a week tl.ey indeed to note this improvement. Mr The colored school taught so Kucuf8' ical Association at Atlanta and is ttib will go to Meridian, Mies , to hold a meetKIU Oarcon and Mrs. Hannah Jonen, fully by Prof. R. W. Fletcher cloeed Fri- giMhtof Dr. W. S. Klkiri. ing. We have just what you want in Bright Colors. who havubuHti Hick bo long, are uo bet- day afternoon. 'I he commencement Rev. Ben Helm was at home a few OF A LOCAL NATURE. I nt Fariston ter. Mr. J H. Collier in which theio wilt ho 11 crad days after his Berea meeting and then looking alter bis lumber business. Mr ii, tea will ho held at tho court-hous- e Hatrodshnrg will vote on local op- went to Corhin to hold another. He V. Stuart Myera is the guest of his chil- Special seats will Ih reserved for white tion Aug. 1. tells us that at Berea he holds revhal Richmond is in ihbt $22,201 83 ex- second only to the great one he held at dren. Mr. Will Hrooka ts at home for a people. Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, fowdaya. Mltaes Fannin Rdd and MagHog cholera Is prevailing to quite a clusive nf i he school liondy. Wagons and Plows. Lancaster a year ago and that l.'!7 were May 22 ia ths day flxo.i for tho local either converted or sanctified. gie LivtugHtnn are visiting Dr. and Mrs. disliesntng extent in tho county. Mr. John S. Cooper nt Livingston. Mi L. Dajid Thompson recently had a lot of option election at Mouticeilo -- ReV. W. E. Arnold writes to Mr.S.S. A. J. Tracy, proprietor of the Gar-ne- lt Myers that there have bren CO additions Ii. Stuart is visiting lier sister, Mra. K K. swine, to die as well as Mr. Wm. Conn. HniiHM, Richmond, has aligned and to tho Methodist church of DavlsJ at Livingston. Dr. J. I). IVtttis The hogs of others aro dleunted in like Come in and look through our samples of Paper. NewSomerset the hotel has closed its doors. has gone to Ashland to upend a few days manner. during the six months he has been its est and Latest Designs. Mrs. Mary I? Doneghy, with hia daughter, Mrs. N. D OnmpWll. Tho Uiblo reading circle will meet pastor. The prayer meetings are largely W: B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Mtss Jobiu Reynolds, o( Highltn 1. is h with Mrs. GtKirgo Denny Friday nfter-njoi- i, of George W. Doneghv, of tho Advocate, attended, Iiobhvh, nnd it is no infrequent " Uiltop guoMof her rouoin, Mww A. Fitagerald, SI, occurrence to see from 7o to 100 at the '.'. -- - -- -and the hdlfw' "aid scciety with aged 74, aud Mrs died Thursday. -- Advocate. Mrs J II. Kiuuaird on Saturday Hlttr Ep worth League. W.-.- - ..-- . MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Wi lum Periick, while plowing near aoou at 2 o'clock, and th loyal legion the Judge Scott decides in the puit of WJ llHrrndshnrj?, was killed by liuhtning tho Missionary vs tho Predeatinarian y At llemlncburgadircrdel wmmn bmho alUrniwii at tho exchange occupied Friday. One of the mules he was work- Baptists, at Richmond, that they can onby tho Methodist ladles. nruiel with a mxor triwl to prevent the ing was killod by the same Ihsb. Wm Lrawford scld to J. L. Craw ly sell their undivided half interest in mitring u! n cotiitle. The mlleti inter The House committee on military tho church and that only to a religious . winidlng wn permitted to ford, of Ml. Hebron, a horns for fered and the -Geoigo Audersou sold to Samuel Mur- all'iirs haa agreed to report favorably Mr. body. TheVMissionary wing had attempt Is Now- i pruud. OoIkoii'b bill to construct a road from ed to sell the church there, claimii it Hern's tothogrxhl health of I(ubn phy h bunch of ahoata at $1.75 per head; cemewas their property entire. II. GIveiTs and Mifs Iteu'ab VanAradale, Gabe Preston sold to Frank F. Igr four SmiHraet to Mill Springs National Tho annual meoting of th Jollioo, catlln at i". Win. Riy buiightof Tenues-se- e tery. who eloped from Hustonville to R. W. Stepheneon, of Somerset, won man's Foreign Missionary Society will bo parties a hunch of plain cattle at $12. week, and may and were married lift dXK- the gold medal over nine competitors in held at London, Ky , Juno F.lder R. M. Campbt II an i w ifo have they live long and prosper Aj declamatory contest hetween delegation of nearly 100 of the leading It. 0. H. Covington, the rowgnirtcl returned to their "Old Kentucky Home" the anutiai Kpiphyllidiau aud Phihilethean Socie- church women of tho South is expected loader of the Bachelor flub of Richmond, from San Francisco, Cal. Mr. Campbell Central University, Friday. to attend. Ttio annual eermon will boi A." will bo married Juno 11 to Mirs Mary was compelled to reign tho pastorate of ties, Starling Stanfill seriously cut bis preached by Rev. D. O. Kelly, D. D ,ex- - ' tH of Owentou, Mr. CovBeautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. Morrow Clark, a most nourishing Christian church ington has done considerable c'Urtiug atastlarynf fl.SOOon noeouut of failing brother, Hiram, with a knife and hatel Heurrtary of the Bonrd of Missions. You should call in and see our stock. et near Pieaa.uit Viaw, Whitley county. Rev. Henry Miller returned Wed- -' here. health. Tho cHmato on the Pacitic coast They it are sous of a prominent farmer. nesday morning from-thPresbytery at, Thorn's many a slip 'twixt tho cup dit not agree with him or his wtfo and Starling's abuse ol hia wife caused tho Somerset. While there sent as' of happlneps and tho lip, Senator Hron-sto- n they are at homo louder in thwir praises trouhiu. one of a committee to look after the spir s realizes. Mida Wisdom, tho l'adu-o- h of tho State than ever. TheJl.ltH) Confederate monument, All new goods lor spring and summe itual wants of Wayne and Clinton coun bolle, whom bo wai to hnvo made bis The "Rounder" of the Rtoord re- being erected in tho court-hotit- e yard '!. wear. Every thing strictly Up-t- date. ties and visited thoso places, the result ' ffV wife la.t Thursday, was taken ill and the ports that hiw re at Xicholaaville, will hs unveiled on the being tul that the Presbyterian church wedding wsc Indetlnltely pottponed W! ee'iug Went Virginia and then 2W.h with approprialo ceremonies and hold Bervicf s at Monticello and at Mbs-n- y Mr. S. W. KslWir, boii of Hon. Umn again it is said he m a nana of eueli varied epet Chen by noted men. The. Journal ouco a month. Middlesboro News. It Kfllur, sMdjuuinr editor of the Car aocoiiipHahmvuhi that ho has been Ma- mvh tliH Imse ie eight feet in height, up-- At tho Methodist Sunday-scho: will bo married on Mav con Georgia, hut the I J. reporter can lisle Mercury, on whichaundsa figure representing a l'.Ina Volt, ohm of the itot affirm hi hariDK coomptiarwMl a more private Confederate. so,dir with all his Sunday Secretary T J Teter reported 60 Mtb to ilm 1 scholars and 12 teachers present, an abbnwilUHUml BocompUabwl yomr la- HreuIiRii lest than an? of Ihetw-- hc aoooutwneuta on glog into active aer-vi- e. sence of only 11 ::? Alscholais. Mr. A. dles of NIobolaB comity. 1 Of has been found UUly liitoa-Ohl- o. Tii figure ia stveo feet, which len slid that in tho four yearsJ. be had ,1' Bear in mind that we keep every thing from a Pin to a tonrs Him proves him a gwMtii'ioan of when moil h ted on the Imio will bo lo been superintendent and in Threshing Machine. tho 15 or 20 very voracious appetite. feet in heigth. years ho had been connected with tho '!:; No. ID, K. of II A dtfllculiy ar.iiw at Fjlrvl-- w Yours for Bargains, on William liAll Of IIop Kirlu), of tho Conway ho bad never heard a better reSitmday niitbt lwtwit two eoloied neighboriioiid in Rojkcastle, who forfeit- school, At a regular uniting of Hope port. The to t'lii vniuit the yontt'H nam-- il B h Addison and Will ed his h ind on an indictment found in terest und pupils seem a tako rarest in- 1 No.10, K. of H. ld the school is most interestver prostHU-d- : AdMay Inst year on charge of kukluxing, following rwutio Duiiy. From reports it aeeius that Hustonville, Ky The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, ing ouo. It will open hereafter at 0:15 WburtwB, Trw Anproiiiw Dictator .f the dis in Wan theaitKreMor, M liw vtaMudvan- - Iiu confeeeed and lietrayed the gang. 11 our bx'ovtnl brother oios toward Dnny wttii a drawn huifn WrrantirAero linmediatel' issued for till further notice. UnlyrMM hai" !. rAV,v V. S. .. o fti. ;.":' aud Diotator Iroui hia labiit hro on earth who n Denny pickeil up a stone threw t George Birclay, Squiro St. John, Drew Kincsvillk. Dry weather is keepiuc him, striking him in tho tumple from Cranley, Joo Stnglrtton, James Farley tho farmers from getting their usual to a better land, ht it Ri'solved, That in the death of Uro. which Id jw htf died in :i short while. and Tom Guinn, of Rockcastlo county, amount of work done. Tho prospects W. Loww WiiIk ra ttds 'odg baa lost a The boy woo dtd the k.lliug Is only IS and Joe Roberts, James Oivens, William nro good for a big peach crop and V. L faithfnl mjiI eittciontollUer and K. of II., years of ag, and has heretofore borne a Spiney, Bud Hill, aud O. J. Baker, of McKee A Co., who have tho largest orMadiauu county. All of the Rockcastle chard in this section, are jubilant. Drumtho church a consistent, energetic meui-bs- l, good reputation. Tho entertainment given Friday e't momhera of the clan have been arrested mers have been as thick here for tbo the tow n a useful and honorable oill-caud oltzri and hia homo a loving ningundei the auspices of the Lancaster and so'iio of tho Madison. They had pant two weeks as snow birds aro in Dehuabjind and father. cornet band was highly enjoyable in its whipped several men who had given cember. Carson A Walter Eold to the 2. That our lodgo room and regalia bo overy feature. .Miss I5lvira Sydnor Mill- offenses to individual members. Louisville Southern a large lot of croee-tie- s. draped with the usual badges of mourn-in- er, tho 'Tattler" of tho Louisville Times, There will be enough of the fa- TO THK, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS recited aouid of her finest prose aud pomo us Kings Mountain brand of tomatoes Ol' KKNTUCKY. 3 That we tender to bin family our etic productions and showed the range this year to Eupply tbo country, so Mr j sincere and heartfelt Hvmpntbiea in this aud versatility of her mind by hei To increase tho. urowins interest in W. L. McGarty, the hustling manager of " their hour of bereavement. cl7.v '- it rr,i allusions to science, history, politics, ritual niemorizlnK.'.Diadem Lodo No. SI tho company informs us. Miss Amanda MrtrcvMLLf't v; 1 ii t&ikx 1. That a copy of these resolutions be Statu craft, flirtation, religion and metanr-put up a Bishop's school here is progressing nice- -, Stanford, Ky., would ililco to rfcrarVJ-- i I .vJ "a h.u. apread on tho tninutee, ono aent to hia physics. Shu was presented lo tho au member fln,iinst;ono ol any Lodo in Ken- ly and our people are very fond of her ss j IvJ J V. erf wife and ouo to tho Interior Journal. dience by Eider George Gpweu aud his tucky and have a contest for ritualistic well as proud of her school. Y. L. Mc- aMTrrcjv V.'i;".i5? 'V4 A. A. Warrbn. introduction, though not possessing tho excellency. Thia'would promote good -- Cirty has gono West In search of health. John J. McRohicrtb, Com'tee. brevity commended by Max O'Rell, was would be a Rood tiling. The contestants Miss Viola Frauds is visiting friends in J O. J. Nkwland. pronounced tho liuest effort of tho kind should perform the duties of every im- Danville. Stanford, Mav 1, 1890 ever listened to bore. The music by the portant ofiliier m each degree on a canay Js tSO&m &fa Will Bendy, whose pistol did such eub-je- ct Mrs. Henry Gerkey died Sunday band, under tho direction of Mr. John didate each. Correspondence on this rj'5 deadly execution while he was resisting M k $& U solicited from any lodge In Kentucky night at her borne near Highlaud after a E.Stormes, whs said to bo very Biiporior Utf. arrest a few days ago, was lynched SatW,I B.V K3 by visitois and capable Judges. The vio oreleewhere. 2 W. H. Wkaren, win wVl3 protracted illness of consumption. She urday in Jasper county, Texas. Deputy Grand Chancellor. a splendid lin, vocal aud baritone solos by Miss District wae 05 years old and was ir. in. ra Choster Rowe, an Iowa embezzler, Clyde Hullman, Mre. John M. Logan Christian lady. Her remalus will belaid Ono-quhas been soutenced to 12 years' imprisonZ" . P. Stauer haa refused $10,000 for TZr Vr JTTT4 foirM RJfVM VJi Wfcrf' ' ' ground at Mt. and Mr, Louis Ltndram were highly en to rest in the burying ment by Judge Aguelar, of the City of 2:081. joyed. Mrs. Logan'a song, with cornet roomMoniab church at 10 o'clock this Ira D, Moles, of Clinton county, who Mexico. Itowefbd to Mexico to escape War- accompauiment, was unusually pleasing MrB. Gerkey was a daughter of ing. and aha is conceded to have one of tho Is 19 years old, is only three feet high prosecution in America. ren KUlott, of Pulaski. Mrs. Fannie'Gossett, of Mt. Sterling, concert voices in this section. The and weighs but 52 pounds. After threo years' litigation over the finest Noel, a tough negro of Ear aged 03 years, mother of Judge Holt, Theodore financial result was very gratifying to the Stanford estate, Mrs. Stanford has boen resisting arrest, was was going down a pair of steps leading Leland Stanford, Jr., young men, as they expect to pay for HuRton, Ky., while enabled to pay fino instruments shot and killed there Saturday night by to the cellar, when alio fell and broke her with tho pro University the bequest of $2,500,000 left their hip. She will not recover. Policeman Oal Morgan. ceeds. late Senator Stanford. to It by the I 3f CR75IG & HOCKLR, CASH DRUGGISTS, . ' .!... ...... i ,,,, - bal !" TRUSSES :: AA.'-Aft- " . Ml T-w- JAMES FRYE, K, ' NPWJPJlHETJMETOBUY Everyll Thing Goes "At Prices. --- D.u-idao- d pi-re- - lo Il immsmm wm?& W.B fiOBEBTSTl Wagon antl implement Paint. Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. ex-rci- sn step-moth- er Ini Sjo &i I -- SSS22tl MTSFBIEGSTOCI ficw JYtinii?ery . w,.jg GomniGtE in Every uepartment. ? 10-2- 3. j j w he-wa- blne-gra&- LtchorOlv hti I Glqtfyig-te- - w-1- tly ol ww." Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine ?mm-- . "B6D Shoes in Great Variety. CHARLES WHEELER, 1 & j .. ,ij a ! wruiWisviniBiw. u-- n I Ih1, n 1' i ill 7r:"IkI ill (tlW .. er g. r 1 KiJirsfjv rm 3 if:rt!i Til8fi!&!l'gig is m -- o m vlJBS' O goa o a, Vw,M5fJw.Aw k m a svsf CLQTHI HOUSE ?r (V - ' .t .' v - " : - f"r' ' ; 'Av- - . J ! P The bimetallic leiguo at Lawrence-burdemands the restoration of ailver, declared for L. II. Carter and Robert Harding for district delegates and favored tho candidacy of John B. Thompson for Congrees. A large crowd attended the formal opening of the church by Rev. W. S. Grlnstead at Neals Creek Sunday afternoon. The Beats were not completed and several temporary benches broke down and others toppled over during the but the services were enjoyed notwithstanding. A good collection was taken up, Mr. J. B. Higgins heading the list with J10. Tho Hon. P. Wat Hardin mRde a speech at Nicholasville Saturday, in which he made the ridiculous atatemont that "If the gold standard is adopted, as nif.Regulators brutally whipped a wo cause a it seems likely to be done, it man of ill repute who had refused to revolution in this county such as has leavo Oao hundred lashts Jackenn. Is it posaib'e that never been known-were given her and the was seriously inWat Hardin does not Know that we now jured. have tho gold standard, and have had for Tho body of Judge Green M. Witten, the last 20 years, that we have in fact, former mayor of Catlettsburg, who disbeen on a gold basis since IS34? The appeared mysteriously six weeks ago, Hon. P. Wat is making himself ridicuwas found in the Ohio river just below lous. Lexington Herald. that city. In reply to a direct query as to his George Wilhelen.of Bepchmont, making the race for Congress, John B. countv. P.i., killed himself when Thompson said: "Why I don't seo how he heard that Illiuoia had instructeJ for I ran help it. Old Anderson, the first McKinley. Wilholeu formerly lived in couuty on the list alphabetically, led oil that State. for me, and I waa not announced. I am A shortage of nearly fO.000 has bet n It begina to look like Jackeou will ei- getting petitions to run from all over the ther prove his innocence or so mistify district, and I believe I can win. If the discovered in the books of Tax Collectcr the jury that it will hang itself instead of Chicago convention declares for free sil- Simmons, of Owensboro. His boo( tie him for the murder of poor Pearl Bryan, ver, and I get the nomination, I will Bail postmaster of Oensboro, is said to lo The case is going on its third week now through sure. The populists would join responsible. Albert Neal. a colored stable hofB aud Jackson seems to have his inniDg. my democratic banner, happy to return for "Lucky" Baldwiu, was ehot and killHis land lady corroborates his story that to the fold "Cincinnati Enquirer. ed at the Louisville track by Louis Drake, he was at her houso all of the night that The Jessamine Journal save that the murder is supposed to have beenj the Hon. George M. Davidson won first white, an employe in the Haikina stable. committed and his attorneys have prov- blood in the committee meeting to fix a Johnson fiscal court of Favette, has ed that tbb negro who claims to have timo and place for holding a convention The nn -nt.ntn " Aiimftiltnit ftnb - anil driven the vehicle to Fort Thomas, where to nominate a republican candidate fori il. """ h'"'.., ,. ... .. , ,, , . . keeping in repair tho free turnpikes in r, the body was found, is a thief, a liar and c0l,nt- VEtt ADVEKTlSKMSTs a perjurer. It was claimed that a man ?he Pr,ce.t0 bo PaW rflne9 the other candidate, wanted July 1 as the !he from 10 25 to S per rod would be put on the stand yesterday to time, but our man said June 11 and it completely exhonerato Jackson. A tilt The Southern Mutual Investment went, another indication of his greatness It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, I Company has sued Postmaster MrCher-nebetween Crawford for the defense and and proof of the pull he has on his party. don't keep it. of Lexington, for 150,000 damagi b Nelson for the prosecution enlivened tho The delegates to the convention wilUbe company on the fraud list Hoiiie nd Lot on Hit Mln Strcft, Stsn proceedings Saturday and caused the selected by mats county conventions to for placing the lord, Kentucky Home contains fii rooini nd judge to mulct Crawford 525. Tho do ba held by a call of the respective coun- and withholding its mail ii in cood repair Will ell it public auction on comt The Shah of Persia, who had ruled Monday, Mav n, i o d countycredit ilajr, at aloiit fenee seems able to prove anything it ty committees. 11 A. M Will tie on ot months IS vears. was assassinated Friday and Note with giwd tecum? n quired, ljrln; ilx pr wants to and it is not unlikely that bet The sound money address lays down J J. KKNUALI.. Din, Crown Prince, lias fore it gets through it will demonstrate these challenges for the free silver men Muzzfer-E- d ia td homctiet, Ky. been proclaimed Shah in succession to that the girl cut oh" her own head aud to answer: hid it. his father. His said that another fon, 1. That there is not a free coinage who thought he had been badly treated It has leaked out that the silver men country in the world today that ia not on about the succession procured the mur are preparing for a thorough conttst for a free silver basis. der. II)ouwanta No i Hucj-y- , one worth pverr dollar jou So'd from Sample. the delegation from this district. A close 2. That there ia not a gold staudard When askpd why he didn't cross ex- cuaranticd have to pay It r it. and omt that will be tORive you MlHfjUion acd a Hucey country in tho world today that dors not organization is being made and the amine Jackson, Col. Nelson, said: "Juet right, ko 10 is to name some popular man iu ups silver as money aloug with gold. defamer of d ID. 3 That there is not a silver standard because the each county for delegate and then work the girl he ruined and then murdered Iluitonville, Ky. Up will not handle ihoddy Hfhaatome lcaiiiiful Smri'yi and the county pride buainees. By this means country iu tho world today that usee any was convicting himself of perjury in al- - tufl The Kenuine Malta Cultlvatoii and Plows, they hope to divide the strength of the gold as money along with silver. I most every sentence of his testimony, the brat in uie, aa all farmer will telou Goto J That Ihura ic nnt a si r or ntnndnri j aee him and tave ycur nionpy sound money candidates and defeat them ' I he J" 80 rPRrded it." Jack .!, mn, than Cut to match without waste. If necessary can fet carpet cutlto fit nrl.l that , " in the convention. In the mean time u"""J in t. Wnn.l ...tno.l ll... as much money in circulation ouiinnuio luni juiiuj; uuva imucu niu floor in .S hours. Moqucttc and Smyrna Rugs always in stock. we do not hear of any activity among girl and that during Christinaa he had they mubt per capita as tho United hap; and the Bound money men, but illicit relations with her himself in hor The following ordinance win pined at a rrtru o That there is not a silver standard City Council not take too much for granted. Eternal father's parlor. Wood had asked him to lar mcetini: of thedue lorm law, of Slanlord, Kr , April 10, ii!r,6f ch ordinance vigilance is the price of any achievement country in the world today where tho la- help him out of trouble and he had se- iball and do in effect of and h aflcrm pubtake from Next door to Penny's Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. lication, at follows, fair pay for hia day'a boring man receives . and we must not be caught napping. cured Walling to perform an abortion work. and after that he knew nothing of what City Taxes Shall be Due on the It ia all over but tho shouting. McNEWSY NOTES. First Day of March, occurred ImKinley will be the republican nominee After the aimimtnl, ami any peraon or reriom A London paper states that Baron ADDITIONAL LOCAL. and by acclimation. Reed, Allison, Morfallinc to pay their taxe liy the itt day of June therealter shall pay nx por cer.t. additional ou the ton and other aspirauta have at last seen Hirsch left $5,000,000 to the Prince of OAiipMKkTiNO. A big camp meeting iaxei'0 duo and unpaid, which additional turn the handwriting on the wall and have Walea, hall be charged to the Manual In hit itttlement In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windoiv.Shadcs, Glass, While peeling tanbark, Alonzo Sin- - will begin at Pleasant Point church the with the City Council. sponge. The great aposthrown up the JOHN N MKNKKEE, Mayor. week in August and continue aix Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, ; and GEO II. WEAKEN. Clerk. tle of protection, astraddle of the money net, of Carter county, fell from a tree first weeks. question, ought to and doubtless will be and waa killed. Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DANViLLKand see John and George Pierce and Webbeaten by a sound money, freer trade It remaina hot and very dry. The sigand Bailor's rights democratic candidate, ber Isaacs, murderers, were hanged at nal service promised Bhowera last night, Buchaacur own John Griffin Carlisle Fort Smith, Ark. but it does not look like it will be veriS..S. Myera, of TiUin, 0 , died from fied at thia writing. Grass ia very short would be. worry over the loss by death of five of hia and all vegetation ia suffering for rain. Mr. Gkohuk L. Willis, the bright and trusted employes I Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, andlexaminc one capable editor of the Frankfort Capital, The damage suit of J. A. Hammond Burnett Howard stabbed and fatally of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kenhas retired without giving a reason for wounded Will Stamper in Magoffin coun- va. George P. Bright for $10,000 damlBUCf)TCHURM Col tucky. hia action. If his resignation meant his ty as the result of a quarrel. ages for charging that heatolo paint from Vsio(ttV. Ohio. fMmjSmH from journalism, VvcrtjrcD permanent retirement it Tho Henderson bill to establish a the church and burned hia own houso to the profession would be Badly the loser, uniform sjetem of bankruptcy passed get the insurance, was still occupying thn but it ia dollars todoughnutBtJiat ho will tbe nou8e bv a vote of 157 to8i. court at Danville ycatorday. Mr. Bright soon be in the harness again ami here's Mrs. John Brill, of Indianapolis, bad admitted that he circulated tho report, hoping that he may. her 10 year old daughter arrested for but that he did so without animus, be- Moving that those who had told him forging her name to a check for$ 100, It strikes tho averuge democrat that BY- wore truthful people. Ho waB representHamiltou Uisston, the the man who led tho democratic party to saw manufacturer and politician of Phil ed by Messrs. Welch, Jacobs, Breckinauch an ignominious defeat last year, adelphia, was found dead in his bed. ridge and Helm and Hammond by ought to subside a while, but Mr. Hardin BourMeesrs. Yerkee, Harding and Hubble, The rapublicnn fiscal court in ia tbe kind of corpse that doesn't know 9) You should see our bon haa raised the county levy from 19 fipeecbea were mace Saturday afternoon when he is dead. He has done enough to 40Jc ana the people are kicking like by Yerkea and Brecklnridgo and yester mischief already and ought to bo muz mules. day morning by Jacobs and Harding, ztotl even in death. The remains of Secretary V. Q. when the case waa suomitted to the The wonderful performance of tbe Gresham were removed from Chicago to jury. And Funeral Director. Thirty days trial on every one. At 4 p. H. Harry Giovannoli, of the AdGravea county woman in giving birth to the Arlington Cemetery at Washington Saturday with military hon- - vocate, telegraphed us that the jury had .Satisfaction guaranteed. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes a litter of five boya ia further intensified and buried ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. The prealdent and cabinet were J been out an hour and a hall and no - Journal's pictures of tbem ors. by thu CourierCourt-Hous- e VANARSDALE. diet yet. Room opposite Square, Stanford, ICy. all apparently with full bearda. g ver tnonometalism, as has been proved by the experience of every nation that has tried it. Tho silver dollar is north now as much as the gold dollar, becuso it is the declared policy of the government to preserve their parity, but freo silver coinage would force it to abandon this policy, and the coined metals of the country would at once assume their bullion value and no moro, and gold as the undervalued money would disappear. The existing n'Rndard of value must be maintained and free and unlimited coinage of silver 'onilemnd. Kentuckians must make t irirdec aration in plain and unequivocal language and go forth to make ami in thought in ihe solemn conviction th.it wo wi in this wny, aud in this way only, reuuito and rehabilitate our party nnd put it in linn with the best interests of our common cinntry. Kentucky damocrtts should present the name of John G. Carlisle to the Chicago convention as the choice s their candidate for president, but ' t us not do this on personal grounds or as n personal compliment, or even to honor our State; let us present to the National democracy n who is recognized as one a of the ablest of American statesmen, and who stands for Bound money, National integrity and renewed prosperity." Among tho signers of the address are Gov. Buckner, Gov. Ilindmau, Judge Helm and Yodie Poignard, the latter representing this district. 1 Dyiso. W. II. Brady recelvo I a disFurek is credited with the silly The Hon. Albert S. Willis was a speech at Nicholaavllle elrlckun with pneumonia on his arrivnl patch from Loulavlllo that tho little that no democrat can carry Lincoln coun- at San Francisco, and is said to bo in a daughter of his slater, Mis. Lyda Carrico, ofwas dying, yesterday. serious condition. May fi, 1S9G ty. If he did it was gratuitous an d Stanford, Ky., son of Perry Paul, the fensive. Any first'claan democrat can The entertainment to bo given at the redeem the county and if Mr, Owsley ib Burns, of Kokomo, Iud., upset a teakut-ti- e of boiling wator on himself and wne Christian church, Uustouvllle, May 15, nominated he is absolutely euro to do eo W. P. WALTON. ought to drawn large crowd from StanLincoln county democrats do not propose scalded to death. The St. Louis directory for 1S00, just ford. Madam Cecilia Eppinghonsen to act the fool always. Bailey, tho quoon of song, i tho especial issuod, indicates that the population of TnuaddrefS o( the sound money demPOLITICAL POINTERS. attraction, but hundreds of her friends the city is now 011,'JGS, an increase of ocrats who met in Louisvillo Ust week, is nro anxious to see Miss Mary llolmcn a most conservative, yet strong nnd forci McKinley now has 429 rncontejted 115,059 Binco 1S90. She At a timber camp near llenBliaw, Lusk, tnako her debut as a reader. bio one. Tlio money question, which it delegates inetrncted for him, beeiden conhas boeu in Chicago for snmo timo at says the personal interest of the silver tested delegations and second instrucUnion couuty, Bob Ward, in a tit of jealoraous rage, f italiy shot his wife and ttiun tending a college of elocution and miners and the exigencies of party strife tions galore. tory, and being naturally g(ted in Hint dragged into politics, where it has rePresident Cleveland has signed an blew out tits bruins. great things are expected of the little mained now demands a Bottlement order extending the civil service rules to Tom Colley, who ehot and wounded art, beauty. Misa Dolly Williams will be thn The country has sutlered long enough, all depirtiiHnt ofllces up to that of as a sheritr and for whosa arrest a reward pinnistontulflhe too will prove a drawinc and now proposes to bring the ques sistant eecretary. of SJot) wbb otl'ered by Gov. Bradley. wan card lorslie is SB popular as she is taltion to a final issue. Kentucky must Robert L. Green, chief deputy of tho captured at Horse I'tve. ented. . . Ab a result In the decline in the take a stand for sound money, against clerk of the court of appeal j. will make Low Rtbs Mr Joe S Kico tells uh free silver and a depreciated currency the race for clerk at the election next price of pig iron, the wages of coal miand for the honor of the nation and pros year, but he can't beat "Keg" Masou, of ners iii the Birmingham district linvu that from the (ith to the ItKti the L k N. will sell round-tri- p tirketH to Louisville perity of the people. The freo and been reduced Oj por cent. Garrard. Sistet-villon account of the rare at one fare, plus An oil well just bored near coinage of silver at the present Tho Illinois republican convontion iatio,orany ratio materially less than the give Senator Oullom tho cold shako by W. Va , has developed into a veri- f'2, good to return on the 30lh, nnd that Derby I)aj, th ihIh will be commercial ratio between the two metals, not only declining to instruct for him for table gusher. It is netting Its owners a one fare, plus 50 cents, in both ckhph ad will not accomplish bimetaliam, but sil- president, but declaring Btratght out for profit of i'i.'2o par minute. Nebe-knutting to the track. From tho 12th to INTERIOR.IOME atatemont in Mk. fout-year-o- ld 3S 'A u m Strom Persuaders. -- m - . $$4 There's V l t ?' - no "disputing the fact, the people are keen and far-- f sighted and know where to get their moneys worth, Compare our prices with others and see who sells the m j cheapest. iLTMII& JAD . vV - DBY GOODS. . un-imit- ed e, Oxfords, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and our Kastern buyer informs us that the markets there arc full f i ; to overflowing with desirable goods and that jobbers and naj, , ; manufacturers are eager to sell and are making liberal con- - U cessions, so look out for a ;'-ni McKinloy. that. Even Gov. Bradley beat ssr-mo- n, States Treasurer says that by a continuous count of an expert it will require 20 hours to handle 100,000 standard silver dollars Mrs. James Myers, of Akron, O., a bride of a few nfontLs. hung herse If behusbaud walked to churih cause with one of his old a veethearte. men lost their lives as the reult of an explosion in n mine in N'mi-'aland. Two hundred Hnd fifty women and children are left destitute. Experts who have figured on it, think the per opita allowed for the Bchools of Kentucky will bo much smaller next year than fcr several years past At Pieasant. Vie v, Whitley counlv, Starling Stantid seriously rut his broth er, Hiram, wmi a Kuue aim a mtiuuei. Tne troub.e came np over the former r Ex-Unit- ed er Sixty-Brtve- n Z 1 1 " fellow-citize- ny -- - t th-- j I5th, on account of the Conclave of th Ivssenic Knights, tho rate will he one faro and tickets good to 15th. For the meeting of the Cumberland Presbyterinn 72f General Assembly at Birmingham, Ala., . 9 .X good tore tickets will bo sold May r We only mention a few of the thousands of bargains S H, 77f turn June.'s at one fare. To tho Baptist wc have in stock. Ladies' black seamless ho.e j cents, convention at Chsttanooea tickets will India Linen reg be sold till the S'h, limited to 15 days, at ri-j- t worth 15 c. Linen Dimity only 12J0C ' round-trip- . ular S' j c goods at 5 c. Checked and white striped goods fare for tho ons , '. 5c. Ladies' sleeveless goods 5c; better one 10c. Ladies A SfcHioiTH Ciiamik. -- Saturday night hs ,c? n i...i.:. ....ti. Missis IVnil Cabell nnd Mnrv Ashlock wer.i returning from church at Rowland, lay Apron Check Gingham at on,ly 5c. Children's and ? jj. Geo. Middleton, colored, who had ridden down from thin place in Judge T. L. t ladies' Oxfords at half what others ask you. Cottonade Shelton'n surrey, juined nut nnd coing up ". 10c yard. Laundered neglige ihirts 33c. Cottonndc to Mies Cabell eauttbt her by the nrm and ?& pants .jgc, worth 75c. Large brown Huckcye hats 10c. j&'S anked her to gr bimI take a drink with Good outing ikirts 2.tc. Lace cuttains low as 50c a tnir. W him. Tie anting Indies protested that T ' , ,. Ladies' patent tip shoes SSc. m..... suits J5j, worth $S. ii"? ho was mistaken in the persnnH, but he inaistrii Mgain nn llitir going with him v v. Matting 10c. Jointless matting 15c. Finally tit left them and a short while 7 afterward Craig Oiundpm, who had heard of what had happened, cuue across and struck him a severe blw on ttio heml. Mr. George W Cribtli, father A. URHANSKY & CO., 1'ropriotors, of Mim Pearl, swore out a writ for thu T. D. RANEY. Manager, ikrkey and Sunday morning Cocatahlts Benedict tinned him over to Jailer llrnnch Stores: iin was tried I fore Judge W. C Harnett at Rowland jestenlay when he -'t Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lnwrenceburg, ijj was held over to circuit court in j500, Cynthmna, Versailles, Fminence, Georgetown, JtVS which he will be utinblo to give. Middle "A . lilizabethtown, Frankfort, ky., tonswore that he thought Mis Cabell ?i and Mauckport, Ind was a mu'atto girl, who ih the employ of B 11 Dtuke, and that aaaoon ns he Mr & r f found out his mistake ho left her Green Gill, who drove the surrey, hw ore that he told Middleton tint thegirls were white BUY THE OLD RKL1AHLK, and that he ha better let them alone. Harvey Helm represented the defendant and he and County Attorney J. B Pax-to- n both stioke in the crane. I'lie citizens of Row Uud were verv indignant at the negro's action and but for the cooler Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground Right. heads short work would have been made of him . gGRAOD f)ARV6$C Y 0FL0UJPW6$. --- 2 17-1- 9, JV' first-clas- s ,. ...:.. :' yN '" Mid-dift- on LOUISVILLE STORE. De-Bor- d. ' s- k Mk "fa "r 'Ak ,h ; Jfe g I The Vulcan Chilled Plow. . I We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. y, PTJBliIO SALE W. H. WEAREN & CO. int-re- Buggies, Cultivators. CARPETS I stony-hearte- S. Carpenter, Piae-lon- a. I Ingrains, Brussels, Moquettesfand Velvets. H. J. McROBERTS. " one-thir- d City Ordinance. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House A. E. GIBBONS, I JKrl lltffiB "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.'1 UNDERTAKING well-kno- j, c. srcxARir Practical Trimmer, Embalmor J'"'vt4&!!&i, &T ver-prese- J. K. ZSZ-V- T 'M iiRiaii ipmnjmi4MJuXal7SJrnamim wpfW'i. m IM NMMMNM iir toil funnwniuiin iW i- v il Xiti . "anwr : Ikterk Jourca May 5, 18'JO fc HATflof nil kindu at Shanks'. Htanfokd, Kv., Thk judicial Inquiry into tho condition of Miss Sarah Cecil, 6omk dreams iu tiunimer eooda ntl New picturo inonliJinitR at Withera'. Saturday, was postponed until . Shanha'. on account of the continuation Out iflHHH nml ail vnr war at coat. Dankp. damage suit. II a vie your franum made up to date at Hammonde-BrigIcKchretH, ll hIz-hi V. II. Wearin Denny will represent her. Wllliem' ht Want your rupnir work. Dinks. mental set for to-d- ay - .. - - - C::: " IT of tho George Ladies' Simmer Underwear. Fink line of toilet soap just received The Quaker doctors pulled up stakes Vests at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, without sleeved. Vests 55c at Warren A Shanks'. Saturday night and left for Harrodsburg, ShankB. where they wero to work yesterday, after with sleeves. Pants 45c, union suits 50c. You should titku your proflcriptionH to Flowkii Pota all bIh Bt Warren it which Hiitctc nnd nnud for Bale, J. U. Hig- l'nimvVdrtiL'ntorp whr litomiit nml they will go to Franklin. While ' . li ShankB' Model Grocery. gina, Stiuifnni. Hprvfcn ia mimnnuoii. they did n good business hero they accurate f-Usot the town afire as at Hat-Ik you wnnt n watch get it from Danks i,,1(l (Iaiixihs, FurniturH and Lubricating PEHSJNAl" POINTS. rodsburg, or the various other towns they cost. ThiH week only. oils. have worked. Mb. William 1'i.aviiookk, of SprlnK-flitWhite, Tan and Black at 25c. Silk Webb Belts, 25c . J i 111:1: house and lots in btnnford lor A nkw line of lawriH in Peraiana nml hum ymtei tiny. v8 to 50c, Tom toes -- Mr. B J. Tanner, secretasale. Apply to W. A.Tribble. Miw. K. IV FAfi.toNKH, of I).nville, ia Dresden ellVcti nt Shanks'. ry of tho Company. telU us that tho McvWtlriK Mrs. A. W. Crr.enter. IliTi'MiNOUH and caunel nut coal, botSomr patterns of fancy dress goods Klnney Canning Oo has contracted for Tub Jessamine Journal ray Mrs. Itob-o- now being ollered at roil at Shnnkfl'. tom price. Try it. Noel A Son. 90 acrea of tomatoes and that a good maMi'Allatt r ia slightly better. ny have already been set out. Good A (loon rain nnd considerable hail fell Ladies' Hose, 5c to 75c. Best 25c black hose in town; Wall paper nt luv: prices and now Mim Jk.nnik Wiht aputit Saturday nml in Hih Saufley seclion Friday afternoon. patterns just received. W. B. Mcllob- - land produces between 250 to 1500 bushregular price 3 for $1. Fine plain and drop stitch fast blk. Sunday with frlendn in Uncaator. els per acre, so it will be seen that the K. erts'. Mm Maiiy Nokl, dauKhH r ol lisle thread hose, 45c. Somk exquisite silka for waiats at Company intends canning between H. Noel, Ih luitoeiek with moasleH. W'k have turned ove- - nil our accounts 20,000 ami 25.C00 Shanka' in Persian And Dreaden patbushels. The Kings Mil. J. K. Bailey, of Mercer, viailed terns to W. A. Tribble for collection and you Mountain Canning Co. will have about Mr. J.O. McClary nnd wife laat will favor us by an immediate settle- 170 acres in tomiitotn. Loht. A nosal Bpray in stiburbs of ment. Hughes & I'nte. Grass Linens with embroideries to match. Grass Linen Mn. am) Mim. T. H.Pmilky. of Mpru. Anotiikh serious runaway accident ocluml, wero KiU'BtHOf Mra. Kato Duddoritr. Stanford. Leave with J. C. McClary nml colored satin stripes. Stock was never more complete BiTUMi.soim nnd Catniel Coal mixed curred hero yesterday, the result of leavMiw.Tiiomab DriiHKHAii, who Iirh been receive reward. at present. Purposes cheaper than for Cooking ill lor some elx weeks, ia rapldy IniRrov-ink- '. Plknty extra quality chicken feed on cheap. Also the celebrated Bird Bye ing a horse loosa. While the wagon was being loaded at the depot, Dr. VanAra' hand. Lay in your supply before it ia all nut. J. II. Batigbman A Co. Mn. and Miie. W. B. Pillion, of dale's white horse scared at something " aro vlbltlnR Mr. and Mra. Jesse gone. J. 11. IUughman A Co. Tub suit of A. Steembergen, admr., of and dashed around to Lancaster street It. Itout. Did reductions on everything in our this county, vs. the Louisville Southern and down it to Main, when it fell in Mils. J. F. Holdam, bf Crab Orchard, line, especially bells, waist Beta, etc. This It. It. for killing Mr. Tucker resulted in a turning and threw Mrs. Ben Brynn and Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Carpets. went over to Lexinstton Friday to visit week only, Dinkp, tho Jeweler. for Mies Gertie, daughter of L. L. Dawson, verdict, at Lawrenceburg, of her clater. out of the buggy, in which they flat in I am agent for the (Quaker medicine plaintilL Tne suit wns for $10,000. Mim Mattik Hoblry lrft Friday to front of Warren A ShankB' Model Grovisit friends in LouisviHr, and later in and n supply will bo found both at my Thk stockholders of the Stanford and cery. Both ladies were covered with shop and residence. T. J. Hatcher. " Missouri. Milledgeville piUtMiift at McCorinacks' mud, but Mrs. Bryan alone wns hurt. Mim LilmbNokl and Mr. Will A HocKKii, ranh druggists, will cliurc'i Kturday and re elected tho o'd She struck the curb stone in falling and On aki Danville, have Riiebts at Hev give j oil the loweat prices on every- boaid. u iio in turn reelected Mr. A. W. wa? considerably bruised about tho head 11 It. Noel'H. thing, (five ua a call nnd be convinced. Carp iit president and treasurer and and arms. They were taken to Mr. T. D. lli II. Jonkb, foruurly of this plaee, ia Mr. I) McKittriuk secretary. Raney's, after some of the mud wss now burlrifpa ninnaRer of n Fort Worth, washed from them, and where they were Juiior T. L. Siiki.ton will apply MonTut game of ball Saturday alt'rnoon enabled to recover from their fright. It Texas, paper. day for license to sell spiritous. vinous That I am closing out the stock bought from Hughes & Mn. F. B. Twin wbll and Misa. Annn and malt liquors nt his hotel nt Howlmu'. between the second nine of this place waa the closest call we ever witnessed Tate at Pi ime Cost ? It will pay you to investigate our and the Becond nine of Hogsett Academy nnJ it is almost a llflhl, of llnMonvllle, spent n few houra miracle that both were prices and goods if you are interested in resulted in u tie, tho ecor nt the Jth in- not killed. huni Sunday, Fkkk Silvhil Judge It. J. BreckinMil. W. S. Uonrii is standing n few ridge, of Danville, will make a free Hilver ning eta tiding 1-'- to 11. The visitO'S had Tkmpkiia.ncr. A crowded house greet days with the fntnily of Mr. John Ilnrh-uua- n spoech at HnHtonvillo Saturday after- to return to Danville to answer to rod U o'clock and did not have time to edMrf. Lull Adams Nield Sunday night at Orab Oipliard. cll nt noon. play the tie oil. Will Hendricks w as the when sho arosH to plead for temperance' Juikik ami Mn. J. W. Alcohs were JoflKi'ii Man uk i,, of Paint Lick, nH nml Mrp. J. S. Kin- twirler for the home boB and did it and a strict enforcement of the locil op-ol Judtte the And care to save the retailer's profit. The stock is full boucht out Judge T. L. Shelton's barber well, wiiiie John DoBord, as catcher, tion liw and as usual sho delighted her Urlok. Somerset ItVrHJrter. and clean and we can please you in any of our various outfit at Rowland and will open n ttrat- - played an excellent un. hearers. In her sweet and womanly way Miss Myiitlk Hi'iiiim relnrned with oUsasliOp. lines. n she L'ivea new interest to the Mra. G. M. Smith to Flat Uek and will ram Dispatcher W. F. 8l,hiect ami her well rounded sentences spend several weeka with her. City Taxw.-SI- x percent will bo add- Sheridan, who has just returned from l)PB,,tifl RH tl.ev .rHnrnaia. Ym. Miw. J. 11. Paxtos spint iwvnral days ed to your city taxeH if not paid by June Ixmisville, Whore lie went to assist in tHniav Hiib held another meetlm. at the1 parents, Mr. and Mra. A. 0 1. Pay now nnd enve costs. O.J. with her making out a now time card, tells ua that CnriBtlBt, churcn w,u,n ,t Wfla rCBolmi t0 5SWE33I Kobinson, near GiUrtB collector. begiuningnextSundnyNo. 23, tho day 0rRanlRO for a never ceasing war against Mite. O. M. .mitii who has bsrn visit. , , pasaengor train from Louisville will ar- - tho , nnd ..:.. CiAKOi.i.sit and oil cook sloven are com,m ,t ing friends, hero for some Hme, returned TRY OUR- ing in now and we have iiad oura tried rive here nt 1:03 '. m., 12 minutes earlier, sellers Bnd blind tigers from us. To furthSaturday. to her home at Flat Lick and they gave perfect satisfaction. Hig- - making connection both ways at Junc- er the object a mass meeting has been MlFHIsiSVA S. AM) F.VKLYN HaBTI.AM), tion City with. the O. S Tickets are now cilled for at tho of Co- giiia A McKlnney. Mis. T. B. of Boyle, sold in coupon for points on that reed when thero will be numerous addresses Mrs. A. (t. Kist'nnd. lorado, are Mrs. Arch Green com- and when there are passengers on 21 for ComthomisiiH and an effort made to raise funds to prosMfs. Na.ncv Givkms who hai been ill promised with Bijaii Brackett for ship- it, the train to Cincinnati is held for ecute all who vicltte tho law. While in the ping his children by paying him ?5. Her for several nionthfl at her homo thorn. The new card makes no other hero Mrs. Nield was the guest of Mr. and West Bud, waa aonio better at laat re costfl in the case amounted to $11 10 change in the passenger schedule. Mrs. J. H. Baughman. porta. No Claims. Auditors. H. Stone has Mrs. Nield also succeeded in organizI) 11. J.T. IlonoN.of Kidd'a Storo, and DirBi, Bktwkkn Bhotiikks-i.n-LaBoth Tongue and Tongueless. Time saved is money made. We Kyle Uohon, of Decatur, III., who notified SherillT. I). Nowland that in his Mrs. Alice Newland telegraphed ua from ing a W. O. T. U. with 20 odd membere, his son, have the is visiting him, wero with friends here Battlement with the State hereafter no Crab Orchard yesterday morning that of which Mrs. S. H. Baughman was claims will be honored and that cold cash Joe II. White, late deputy sherill, and elected president; Misa Anne II. Slianke, yesterday. AukntJJ. S. Kick ia preparing to en only will bo accepted. Ben Kennedy, met Bocritary.and Mrs. Annie McClary, tress his brother-in-lanrer. It will meet at the Methodist lartto and improve hfa homo on Dan Thk republicans will meet Monday on the road near Mr. J. K. Carson's, church for further organization and work VilluStitet and will spend about JSOO when the family fned, which had existand select delegntts to the Congressional p. M.Thursday next. in doinc bo. ed tor Boms time, climaxed in a deadly at 4 the district convention at Nicholasviile June duel. White shot Kennedy twice, once Mita Bi.viiia Kydnoii Millii 11, when ft is hoped and believed that Soldikbs Comino. Capt. II. Wygant, Timse,' Tuneful Tattler, wnB here going And sell it on a Guarantee. in the forehead nnd the other in the of the U. S. army, in charge of he miliwhore Judge Davison will be nominated for and returning from Lancaster, breast, mortally wounding him, and he tary branch of Central University, was Congress. Bho made a great hit bb a reaiier. shot White once in tiie arm. It is not here Friday with a view of bringing his W. F. SlIKIUDAN. THAIS Thi: trustees of the Crab Orchard known who llrod first, hut four shots company here about tho 15th for a picnic aald to be the hnudsomrsi tuau in the L. Baptist church want $1,000 for damages were red, Kennedy missing his aim aud general gala day. It comprises about Stanford done the building during the war by the A; N.servlce, wrb down from once. Ho ia a son of Grove Kennedy 75 students and with the 6Coro or so of yesterday on businet". Advocate. U. S troops and Gov. McCreary has in- aud haa one child. White ia the sontf young ladies, who will accompany tliem, Mn. Jamss UiiiONkYand wife.of Liber- troduced a bill in Congress to provide for Rev. W.T. B. White, the Baptist preach, tho day will prove a most interty, wore hero Saturday. Mr. Gibonoy its payment. er. esting one. The captain found a nice informed U8that Col. SiUs AdaniB wsb Another version of the shooting is as Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet The auction sale of jewelry by George follows: Joe and his brother Will, were place fdr the drill on the public down with a ver case of pneumonia. Houpo nt Mt. Vernon Rave L, Penny, executor of his father, closed going out to plow when Ben. Keunedy school grounds and was very favArticles. A full assortment always kept in stock Tint Miller orably impressed with Stanford as the a 1Ik dinner in honor of Gov. Hradley, at Saturday nluht. About f SOU was realized and wife met them on the road. Kenand sold at the Very Lowest Prices. place for hiB annual outing, and If the which there were many ufata, includinK ami there is a good deal yet on hand. nedy jumped from the buggy and shot railroad will make the desired concessions Meaars. Alcorn ami McItobcrtB, of this Some flue bargains were secured in nt Will, but missed him. He then fired he will decide at once in our favor. We and other articles. watches place. at Joe, Btrikinghim in the left arm, shat- trust arrangements can be made and that A LKTTKii from Grand Chancellor It. L Thk young ladies of the Episcopal tering the bone just above the elbow. Stanford will have the honor of ARiiew to District Deputy Grand ChanJoo White and Kenuedy then grappled the company and their guests cellor William II. Wearen id exceeding- church willgivo a leap year party Friday evening, May Sth, at Mrs. Arch Robeit-son'- s when White got possession of thepistol which we promise shall be done handIs headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes at ly complimentary of the Knighta of residence, on Lexington street. aud shot Kennedy, the ball entering somely. As Gov. Bradley will not be in l'ythlaB lodge here. Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. the cheek and coming out behind the command aud as Jack Chinn will be oil Miss Mamiaiikt Hknnktt, tlnmccom-pliahe- d Admission, 13 cents. Every girl In town ear. is oxpected to go and take her beat beau music teacher, at Christian Dr. L. B. Cook, who was called to seo at the races, there is no prospect of anyAdvocate. good time. Hustonville, wsb ft delegate to tho Mr. Kennedy, returned at 4 p.m. yester- thing but a general Since tho above was put in type we Ohristlnn Kndeavor convention at Gonk ViaiTi.Nii. Klder J. G. Living- day nnd says that ho Is bot necessarily and rend u paper. ston and Rev. R. B. Mahony swore out a fatally hurt. His right eyo is badly have assurance frorh Capt. Wygant that Mr. and Mim. A. D. Undbiiwooi), of writ against Win. Sprntt, charging him burned but the doctor thinks he can save everything has been satisfactorily arJellico, wero up Friday fortho llrattimo with being of unbound mind, but when the sight. Mr. Kennedy wus also shot in ranged and that his battalion will be in a yi ar or two. Mr. U. now pulls tho Deputy Sherill It. M. Nowland and Con- the left hand and arm and his middle fin- with ub Saturday, May 1G. It numbers train between Corbin nnd Jellico nnd stable Benedict went to serve it on him ger will likely have to be amputated. about 100 men, divided into two compaIf you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before thoy llvo at the latter place. nies with a battery of several pieces of they found he had gono on a visit to making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and priMi8KH Mal'dk and Annie Douolas, Thk first annual commencement exer- artillery. A special train will bring them friendB in Garrard. k, Warren, Fannie Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from $5 to $i$: Mary and Martha cises of the Stanford Colored High hire, leaving Richmond at 0 a. m. and ar ces. and MeearB. Walter Martin, Silas Fouu Pku Cknt. The stockholders of School, held at Walton's Opera House riving at 10:30. Line will be formed at JohnBon and A. J. Klrkpntrlck formed a the Stanford and Knob Lick turnpike Friday night, passed off in a manner depot and battalion will march through their capablo president, Dr. highly creditable to Dr, W. D. Tardif, the town to drill ground near the water flflhinR party to Dix River tho other day. MK8SIIS. A. T. AND J. It NlJNNKLLKY ftro O. Fowler, Saturday and made Mr. A. K. principal, and all others concerned. John works, where a drill will be given of spending a fow days with their parents, Denny secretary. 8. T. Harris was" elect- J. Wade wassalutatorlan and his subject about lj houra, including dreBs parade In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. Nunnolley. "Fatty" ed director in place of bis father, and G. "Stepping Stones," Misa Annio L. At- and extended order drill with battle tac , Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Special inducements to Cash Buyers. reports j;ood trade in Texes, but "Hogs" R. Kugloman in that of S. W. Givens. kins told of "The Proper Use of Time," tics. Afterwards cadets will repair to the Tho othors are R. B. Woods and J. B. Robert W. Lackey of "Tho Progress of grounds selected for picnic and to meet Bays that Southern and Western Paxton. A dividend of four per cent, the Negro" and Miss Annie M. Buckner, our people. Dinner over they will be is bb dead bb n mackerel. John Sam Owslky, Jk., Eeu., drovo up waa declared on tho par capital stock, tho valedictorian, of "Woman's allowed tho liberty of the town and a HERD K THE to Richmond Sunday, where ho mot hla payable on demand by President Fowand all wero of a high order of g ime of base ball between the Central Sh.2fiftrd competitor, Mr. Foreo, in joint debate. ler. merit. Prof. O. O. Monroe presented the University and the Stanford team will My Hreedpri were trlrctcd from top boat herds Madison Beoma to bo tho bnttlo ground' Thk "Guv" wins. Several years ago L, diplomas and delivered an address that add to the interest of tho day. Recall of this famous breed of suine in several different with the chancea ao far as wo cau ascer- T, Stewart, of Rockcastle, brought suit showed that ho is not only a well educa- will be sounded at 6 p. m. for march to States. A splendid lot ol pigs of di(lreul ages lor tale, llred tows a ipe.ialtv. Satisfaction tain In favor o Lincoln county's entry. ngninBt his father's estate and recovered ted but a very sensible man. The music train, which will loavo a little after that guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address fisi a - 3 M. G. Thomson with Pbok. and Mhb. .. MM., J" $1,500 In two cases. Gov. W. O. Bradley was under the direction of Mrs. Stewart, hour. Capt. Wygant extends a cordial r .TiZiESPlWrt-rjTtVSBB Catherine, of Hustonville, and C. O. Williams were his attorneyaon of the State University, at Louisville, invitation to the people of town and Eg?r-r- ; CaLiJES. pretty Llttlo Crab Orchard, Ky. wero dowu yesterday nnd arranged for rather a vague contract of contingent fee. and that wis a very pleasaut feature of couuty to witness tho drill nnd military the pilnting of their cataloguo for tho They brought out a bill for $500 in 6ach the occasion. Dr. Tardif's solo and the exercises and doubtless a large number now school that Pre f. Thomson hua leas- case and Mr. Stewart thinking it was too other vocal efforts were most agreeable. will avail themselves of the privilege. G ed at North Mlddletown Tho Kentucky much, the couusel agreed to urbi trate it After the oxerclses there were tambour-in- e The cadets will bring with them some of Classical and BiiBiue&a CollegeJ one of the and burlesque fan drills that were Richmond's fairest daughters as sponsors Judge J. W. Alcorn was chosen by them oldest nnd beat In the State. Ho and his and will keep up and Judge. G. W. McCluro by Stewart, both woll executed npd nmuBlng. Tho and maids of honor, including Misses wife are lino teachers Proof waa taken nnd the nrbitrators fail- house was nearly filled, n number of Mary Tribble, Tillie Trlbble, Kate Blan the roputation of tho school. ing to agreo, P. M. McRoberts, Kaq., waa white people belng also presant, and ton, Margaret Chenault, Mamie and Lena CITY AND VIP.IHITY7 Is Receiving his chosen as umpire nnd he decided that the more than f 60 was realized. Dr. Tardif Baldwin, Belle McDowell, Annie Ben be' nett, Sarah Shackelford, Helen Bennett, fee charged was very reasonable, so the deserves great credit for his efforts In TiiaiiY fans nt Shanks'. governor went back to Fraukfort with half of the educational advancement of Kate Smith, Florrle Ouenault and others clgarn. $500 in his insido pocket, don't you his race and deserves the encouragement with their clupsrones will be of tho par Ghaiu & UocKun, fine Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. ty know, and feeling pretty well, thank you. he is receiving. Plants for sale. 0 J. Nowland. SiiKEPshenra of nil kinds E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Co.'u. at Warren & . w nt nt JUeatfyer Belts. d, I m m rt L75DJES' HOSE. m m It-- v. wk. FINE CRASS LINENS. n, Severance 8 Sor Hop-pir.- of N-e- B YOU KH0W I m m Domestic Economy, W. P. TATE, Steirrford -- 1 itm-at- 1 wrll-wor- GooD.-OhiefT- I New-lan- Or-e- sd ht court-hous- e, jut-Btso- f New Malta Walking Cultivator Best Plow on the Market, HIGGINS & McKINNET. 11 PENNY'S DRUG STORE enter-Uiuin- g Penny's Drag Sore Col-leji- e, G. L. PENNY, Executor. Har-rodsbu- rR CLOTHING! CLOTHING! Kirk-patrlc- Can Not Be Excelled. BI.UK-GKAS- Ken-tnck- y W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. S KEB KCGGS. t w nnnvATTr;cr WA.UUA, fc -v w jjz?l T i 4. I H l?UPUEY THE MERCHANT TAILOR , x-- V Semi-Weekly e fc m- - Y i A kind word, tender look, End, her to bear. chafing from hera brow all the wll do clouds wonders in of gloom To this we would add always keep a bought of Adam Pence 24 fat hogs at 2jc OOC DRVE. CAlMfSU. 1IA1LEY, bcttle of Cbambirlain's Cough Remedy in the and of D. S. Johnson 40 Southdown house. It is the best and Is sure to be needed sooner or later Your wife will then know that c&- DBfSTE, ewes at $3. you really care for her and wiih to protect her G. W. Lyne sold to Chapman Frye, health Pacific Health Journal Proprietors Kor sale by Craig A Ilocker, Manlord Ky of Wayne, W. Va.,the Jim Hawkins farm TTraitiinjj Mrs. Rhoda Cox, of Panoln, Madieon of 211 acres in Clover Bottom, Woodford county, for $15,500. county, although 73 years old, sheared ' STANFORD, KY. R. D. Bruce is still with the Champ losheep the other day. Horses handled under Saddle and In Harness, roadsters and ion Machine Co., and wants his friends ad1 prepared lor talc in reo men were nung ai fori Mniin, sHMts bought and sold on commission Good to see bis mncliinca before they buy. Ark., for murder. mile trick and best stables in the country. 8 titH Don't forget bitn. J. L, Totten ia agent Marvelous Roaulta J W McGlNN'IS J. W. COOK From a letter written by Rev. J Oundeiman, charge trimming shop. at Stanford. 0'chr.rge paint shop. In of Dimoudale, Mich., we arc permitted to make Sales of n car load of nice 700-lthis extract "I have no besiutuin in recommendhoifersnt3c, a car of 900 ll. steers at 3.20, ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the risults Y. were almost marvelous In the case of my wife to 3 and a lot of While I was pastor of the Rapid! church at Rites four cars of boge at DANVILLE, KY, calves nt f 15 are reported in the Rich Junction she was brought down with pneumonia Good Goods and Low Prices is succetdingll grippe, terrible parusismscf cough. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds mond Register. inir woo Id last for hours with little in term Is mo the Thing. seemtd as if them Baugbman Bros, bought of Church and it recommendedshoeu)d not surviveDlscoerj A of Carriages. Dr King's New fiiend It was quick in work, and highly sstisfact ry in VtuniHnc a Specialty, Work d:ne and warrant Yeager3'2 sheep and 31 lambs for $V25 resultts" 1 rial its bottles free at W (U give antisfactien. All work done when- and according to the trade Yeaer is to Drug Store. Regular sit 50c and K MiKoUcrts $1 arfmd AH accounts due when work lsde- feed thts9 and 12.5 other sheep until Q3 tWesx!. Your patron igc solicitec. the EloCtrlc nittora 10th of June. Advocate. Electric Hitters is a mouuine suited for any Word cornea from tho Want End that season, but perhaps more generally nmlid iu the : T. : exhaus'ed feeling Madison Snndidge & Son are doing n good b'prlng, when the languid,tirpid and sluggisli pre-d a vails, when the liver is the need ef a tonic and alterative is felt A promp buBine&s with their splendid saddle stalIs the Place. otten averted leng and uic 01 this medkicc has lion, Gilt EJge. There Bre fow better perhaps fatal bilious fevers No medicine will JKUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. breeders or individuals than this hand act man surely in counter cling and freeing the sstera from the malarial poison Headache, indigestion, constipation, dlromss yield to Klrcirie New Carpets, Matting, Wall Pa Titf'ra his services o the people of West Lin-- some son of Second Jen el. Full stock of Cotfins 11. .Mcnoocrts d Casey Counties. timers uniy 5?c per botue at per, Furniture, Chairs, 'Window Mr. E. P. Woods will campaign Earug stoio. etd Caskets always og hand. 05 D. b. Carpenter, Msnager. gle Bird after he gets through his Hereon. Shades. Always ready to comBucklin'a Arnica Salvo. Ball Bros., of Woodford, want to take pare quality and prices. Make CALL ON The best salve in the world for cuts, bru'sess him through the St. Louis circuit, but it sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ftser seres tetter, chapit a point to see me before buyiand all akin crnptiMs. ia more than likely be wilt be given to ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay repuired. It Is dt positively cure piles, or ngBailey & Drye to he trained and shown. luaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price a? cents per box. For sale by STANFORD, KY., 11. McRoberts, druggist. John R. Farris, who is at South Nat-icV. Mass., baaeold to Geo'ge W. Leavitt, V. W. Cents. Ytocket Kay Checks by Mail far only tfaje Bmiraire and Key Checks, Metal Checks of The wife of Oscar B Lyons, a Graves his great pacer, Victor Mazzane. It is not oil klacla. Kadaea. Doz License Checks. Key stUssc, Chains, Ac. auaipiuf; on Metal and gen known what Mr. Earris got for "The Vic county farmer, has broken the. record byj ml r pairing Shop over M. V Elmoie'sS6 store, tor," but be held him at a long price, acd giving birth to five boys, all of whom Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, stuufvrd, Ky. Stanford, Ky. the amount paid was no doubt a large have good prospects of living der. Highest of all in leavening No. 10. st rcngth . Latest I rmted States Got Dr. Clifton Fowler tells us that his trniKcut Report. neighbor, Mr. Ike Jones, found 125 cut ROYAL BAKING POWPER CO. worms within a foot of a single hill of onions. New York. Lyon fc Allen, of the West -- German millet eeod for sale at K. Wearen'a. PubllBhod Evory Tuesday and Friday Director and Red Wilkes stand nt AT S PICK. YMAK 1T AOVANCM $300 each. I will stand two good jacks at $7 to rSTWhcu not so paid $3.60 will be charged." insure living colts. M. S. Bauhinan. A Rood rain foil in some portions of K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. tho State and a great deal of tobacco was Train tare Stanford af 7.10 a. m., returning set out. t 4:3 P. m. Articles of incorporation for a new L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. fair association nt l.iwenceburj; have . been filed. We. . Train going North .. .. is 37P m ' Ko, 6, " for 3 15 a m B. K. Wearen is headquarters . as, " South t 04 ntn m o planters, barrows, tfce. tin. tj, 15 p m cultivators, corn Kor every quarter in a man s pocket there a " Lowest prices. doren use ; and 10 use each one In soch a way as QUEEN & CRESCENT. Is question toderi.o Ornament, tho favorite, won tho ooe must the greatest benefit Woa believe, every solve lor himself. howev Trtini patt Junction City at follows: Breeders' Futurity stake at Lexington. er, that no betttr use could be made of one of Ho, 1 South 11 37 a m No a North ..3 $6 p m these quarters than to .xchango It fcr a bottle of " 3 " ...... a.oo" a ro ' 4 " ..1.46 p m It was worth $3,270. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kern " 5 " . 3 15 a m tot m " 6 E. P. Woods shipped to Cincinnati edy, a medicine that every family should be pro " ....840pm " 10 " .6 00 a m 9 vioea wnn. Note. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur Saturday a car load of hogs, most of For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. her than Junction City, nor on fijnday. which bo bought at 2c. Mr D. 1'. Davis, a prominent Robert E Pace has bought 100 trim merchactof Goshen, Ya., has this liveryman and to say on the subject ol in recmed lambs for June loth delivery at 4 j ommendingihetimatism! ' I take pleasure rheum.i-tuChamberlain's I'ain Ualm for cents Winchester Democrat. as I know f 10m personal experience that it will do A Ornament won the Breeders' Futuri Spring all that Is claimed for it bed year ago this my brother was laid up in with inllim Gasten was second matory rheumatism and suffered intensely. Tho ty at Lexington. 1 RpYAL.K.flJ) W first application of Chamberlain's I'alu llalm eased and Meadowthorpe was third. the pain and the use of one bottle completely cured him Louis Wa!z bought of Dr. Joseph For sate by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Ilallou a small lot of butcher stuff at 22c and of James Carson some at 2.05. The old man who looks out at the world with clear and healthy eyes can not help feeling great A negro trod on a match in gratification at the thought that his children have warehouse at L6xingson nud inherited Iron him no weakness nor tendency to disease. The healthy old man is the man who caused the burning of 00 tons of hemp throughout his life kept his digestion good and does do it. PorkinB will ride Semper Ego in the his blood pure. Not 0113 in a thousand without ef(icrms go through the healthy body Derby Wednesday, lie took him the fect. Let them once find lodgment or let them find a weak soot, ther will develop by the million Derby distanco in 2:03 the other day. and the blood will be full of them tnsuad ol giv It ing strength to t 'e them Fred P. Bishop's jack, John K., got innutritions matter tissues.the will force upon flesh, man will (use and out of condition and he has been com and the more ausceptible ho is to disease. Dr l'lerce'sGotdtn Medical Discovery is pelled to retire him from further service. medicine that absolutely and infallibly the only cures all blood disease, and almost are Absolutely Railey Rros., of Woodford county, diseases. It Isn't a medicineall diseasesone bloodfor some have refused an ofler of 2,000 for their d disease. It a medicine for the wholi bodv. A cream of tartar baking pow- fine mare. Ltdy Dare, by f Chester Dare tt force out allisthe germs of disease and replaces impunties with neb, red blood. 11. 1 -- Interior Journa FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. For tlin nrrnalnn nf llm Sr.nf linrn Ran tlst Convention, which will convene at LottOP NO. 2 unattanooga, Term., Mays-H- , inclusive, thoQ &C. Railway will sell tickets to Hro. Walton: Please hold the Chattanooga, Tenn., and return, at rato ClaBS Fare for the cars while I tell what Cooke's of Ono Limited First round trip. Tickets will bo sold May is. Well, it is not.i mys0th to to Sth, iuclupive, good to return terious compound of which the 15 days from date of sale, hut limit on component parts are gathered in tickets may bo extended allowiug 15 some far off, unheard of land; neidays additional time, provided they are ther is it some lath SCIENTIFIC DIS deposited with Joint Agent at Chatta COVERY, made by unknown nooga, on or before May 14th, lSOti W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A , Cincinnati Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a remeO. Confidential J. Yfty. S. OWSLEY, JR r A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Is a caiulldtie for Cetig'ess in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Demoeiatit. Sar-saparill- a JUDGE racy MfYTM PIT H'l-- V. S. PKYOU Stanford, Kv. Office over MeUoiieiti' Is a candidate for Judge ef tho Court of Appeals for this district, subject to the will of the democ. 1W store SS27 in the Owsley pro-lessor- s. 1'lasteilng a Work uaranltcd me at Mt Vernon. J I' .echleiter dress MU1 LvjLj promptly llelerenced furnished laying and Plastering laltr Ad 10BC POWDER me PuroJ -First-clas- Lough-bridge- 's so-c- a First, get a wile second, be patient You may have great trials and perplexities In yourbusincsi, but do not therefore, carry to your home a cloudy or contaacted brow. our wife may hate trials, which, though of less magnitude, may be bard for How to Treat a WiTo. dy whose component parts arc native roots and herbs, growing in the hills and valleys of Kentucky, which arc gathered at their prop-cseasons by responsible hands. After cleansing, sorting and cull ing they are carefully dried for use. Their virtues are extracted by the latest scientific process known to pharmacy by a pharmacist who has spent iS years in the work of his chosen profession. For over a hundred years has it stood the test ami today it stands bclore the public guaranteed to be the best blood purifier in the mar-eIt is positively guaranteed to cure scrofula in any form. Its merit is shown by its growing popularity and in localities where long est uced you find the largest sales. Sold in Lincoln county by W. 13. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. F. U. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers, l.cazlcy & Son. Crab Orchard. James T. Cooke, Ilarrodsburg, Ky. t. A Spsoial Invitation Isglsen to all who have accounts with ran that have been running over eu days to owie In and and cilia. W, K Wright will run Ike business for me after April scth and I wilt be grid fur every one to trade with him. F. II. MONNF.n, n ltusloaville, Ky. It-u- Keep you eye on the 1'aie Fence Sm Huff J 1, Dawson, I II llrnhl. k (VM. Kd Carter. It Chancel!' r ind others who have us-A I'KVKiN.M.anf. rd, Ky ed It. Anient for I.IikoIii County. M.31" Iluddersr, S8.mIi on . s Dress Making. Mks. L. A. HKAin, Miss Moi i ik Wake. ooms over M. D. Elmore's store, Stanford, Ky. St. Asaph Carriage Co., SatisfactionCallGuaranteed. Stanford, Ky. ll kinds of Carriage. Ituircv and Wartfa Mak ing and Repairing done. Vtlii.les wutked over and made goad as new. A If Kmleyhas charge ol the piloting depattment mid guaratilres his work llurie.bhceing a opcctslty an for cash only Accounts due 1st of each I II .Ml.RSIIOS', 1 mi-nt- 18 Cm J II A. II (iltLLR. KINLhY ram I will from now on deliver the Stanford lariery,! Ice regularly every morning. Puce Como Ono, Como All. And see the new Hals at Mis Dudderar's 'I cm pleol Fashion this week Nrw I.tgun, tint i'anamis all the new Persian effects In Floocrs Piicci and Ribbons. Handsome goods but Dress making done In tfcr latest .tile and on short M D. t)l PUKKAH. notice. MIIS. KAIK IH DDKKAR. 100 Pounds and Ovor 40o por 100. m Any between . . ..... ...fit amonnt ivetiiiveiy to and mi urns tohii ie nth too lbs alUtln. the first nf each U UKr..Ml.K. THE RILEY HOUSE ' To Contractors I F.U. BIL.BY. Proprietor, London. - - - Kontuoky. 0 1 have moved to my We arc ready to toccive bids on the M i'.. new Hotel and am belles than ever to accommodate tht putllc-0Church South to be built near Walnut Plat tlids until May 1st Specifications and d Livery attached and evary convenience dt will be received plans ef bulldlHg ate now at the Interior Journal tlrsd. Give ms a call. e4Hcc Far further 1n.ornaliwi apply to the FRANK RILKY, 77 lluildlng Committee at Walnut Klat.Ki H. l 14 td K. E. U.IM-!- . J C. 1LLKKR, 1IOLI7CLAW, CommlKtv. DB, W. B. PENTSTZ1. A New hn Hiking Est ablishincni. SAILED Having completed my course In ike French Tailoring System ol Cutting awl Filling I ellcr my set vices to and Sale Stable s Spring Cleaning The Ladies of Stnnlord, And Vicinity, feeling assured lhat I cH please I will be fuund In the rear them with my ork v.r.Mrs. Kale Duederar s .Millinery urc and will be glat U wall on thusc wishing woik in my line MRS. VM l.Ls.11, Stanford 7 if Dentist, Office en : Stanford, : 2Cy. Ist.cnUr Strtel, at Ketidence. 1 Two Farms For Sale. rarsn N. i roatams n Wsthliirian 4cr caaa'y, Ky ike creator part of watt Is In crass well watered tla good impravcmsms, Including new metal raol ..lcC MIO ft, lo Mtrt cfep . -- .. i, MstsaiMi iu it prostaaace tkc st dttlnci in Keatuekv far While Huiiey To. SPRING, IS9G. Blue-Gras- s ,t Now is She Time. Nurseries. -a ,.,, b. THOMAS SHAW, T. STTTTOlTy UNDERTAKER, WITHE t?tS ta itiofiai-reiax- e Iiouia. All kinds of Fruit anl Ornamental Trees, . s, I. rape Mnes, Farm No. coalatas , Shrub", Sen all Fruits, ae.es in same Iw.lil. 1) save c. No agents r ditet aid on application Ur taoacco ' Mrawberi sad coaeral caiak-cuc- s baias. Une ol W lopteveo! farms la the II K HILLKNMkAKK. to coisnty Leslnglaa, Ky Telcpheac ijf. i Hauls farms sre ia iar r watrd rnsd foacod. CWtoto K khmTs. market and on a aae larnmle. 1 r er larormahoa apply to J N S.M NDF.RS. ' . Manfeid, Ky. I am bs,.k fram the i ies with averylbiag thst , preii ia the Millinery line a tint A"Y-ISP.SI his Mock Is tw say siwsc w,il caaviae yoti .pi. ai mty ''.Tt sii TO th:2S LADIES mit cwupJHe. l,"T" isneant F. A. Elegaatlioe Linens and Ksnbratdery Mattrval. MISSLICCIK HI.AZI.KN, SUBferd, Ky Hrlclclayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kontucky. nMKt' Guaraalera First Class work In I rices rftaaoabl. a had ij years' cape. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED mu-res- t; tttT Mr-icu-- li -' FARMS - 91 sm F. G. BRADY, In Lincoln cesssty. Ky.atet per ceat , semi an no eommH.ton charted- Aadms suit W PAW Kaoas 17, Ke;aa Ihssltling, OKO IuMvili', Ky. Far blaak appltcalioas and fur .ustdcrs, ther lafafsaalUa, lauwe of J N Farmers Bank&Tnist Is now Co SlanteH, Ky. 1 k, W1TIIEUS, J. 0. McWhorter, INDEIITAKEK, Iri-n- ds Or STA.NrOKU, KY., full.ergaaued aad rcody far business wllk Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. 8arplus, . 20.000. itCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Bailey & Drye will hare a green pacer this year that will b a hard one to ! i, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, bpat. It is the) mare that Mr. Bailey bat - been driving to nis rockaway for yoara and abe i 10 yari old. She ie very fatU, Since adopting the Cwt Svsii u 1 am enabled to Reduce Prices Rate TWO DOLLARS Pw Day. ialaval htMiled aoduompauy bus littlo or on Rough and Dres?d Lumber, Doors. Sash, Winds, Metal Roofing, Keitedeled arid refurnished through mt. Lrs no elTectJin her. s aV) , nosodlon Sanmla Kooiiu. Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Ktc. I carry a Ha i and uffi.e connected by Electric Belli. Cecil Bros., of Danville, will 1iht Branch So i, '4ud polite service to guests. full ttock of every tiling found in a tii st .class Lumber Yard, and by I 47 out a strong Hiring tbia year, under the i am enaoieu r.o mKe price lower man nave Also that it will be tithe inter! of everybody selling tor l.ash management of that good trainer nnd to call ann ice oar clean lHiistuatlr Nut Cost. STANFORD driver, Joe Ren. Georgia Lee, 2:12J, Lot- ever been offered here. Prices the veiy lowest. W e pa. tho cash at live o 10. Kentuclcv. Seduction In Priees unly HANK VV SIANIORU, Now closing p) nh the same asseu and utdsj the same management. ily pievsesaeisof its ihaiier, depositors are ai and n'ighbors fur fatly prosocic4 as aie dopositora in National to thank rt'S Wishes ' ihoir natrostaire and rsiicitully a.k. to be held IndividuaUv 'aold.r. kaotc lo the eatoat ol the aasotsat af ihetr slock Hale; uaiabcivd ia the future Mr Iherma at the par value therool, a addHioti to lbs ready o at ae v time will boliund jui tmouat laveetod in u h sharos. It saay act as C "i i , K 'e., Jl . lo si Lite line t Cask asesutor. adminuiraur, Uuetec, ., m fuUy ai I' J lct from always on hand sal aiii vsdisal. Ta those who entrusted their bulsaoeea to , bilo maajiuo: the Lncoln Natieasal Isaok al isaaiord, we w here toaoorecsr saaa? taasiki aad , lo uasseoa Issotr basiaveac Moat tht j w.': t nt wtsti sm, ottering as aguassuisoo for nrotnM astsa-o- a. Remember we ate Use exclusive agacts for lb to laroo.our tw.uiy yoast' aeponaaoc ia tasssksag asMlaa liberal ac Clearat!4 coosossaMs as aie with sooad baasuag. Jellico Coal, Faila Crab Orchard, Kentucky. r. -- t..g Coal, Coal, Coal. ai J J. . OIHlCTOKIt WHlUass. Ml YersMB, II &W A IU ti If tie Lorine, 2: 10, and Marietta Wilkes, 2:17, are soine of the good ones that STANFORD, KY. hii'f compose it. FULL LINE OF Capt. B. F. Treacy, the well known President. WILLIAM Lexington hor&enian, created, something KB NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. of a sensation by refusing to allow the S, H.:ifenks.-i'rasldeaPending Teacher in tho UiU Emma L. Mar-IStudy Hall; assignee to sell his horses at auction. A Or.U. B. OivsJey, Cashier, w M. lliight, Teller. Principil ot the Music De- ru!o waBueued against him by the court Hiss Itary Cowcn, partment; Law.l Attornoy which brought him to his senses and the M iu Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart sale progressed at very low figures. - menu of Art and Elocution. NATIONAL BANK There will bo eleven sure starters in Olhceon Lancasier Mrwel, opposite the Cou't 8etond Session Begun Wednes the Kentucky Derby, which 13 to be run Just Rccievel Also a Splendid Lot OF STANFORD, KV. House Collections reemve especial attention. U day, January 22. Wednesday: Ben Brush, Rewarder, of Buckboard. Capital Stock First Mate, Sir Vassar, Parson, Ben Eder, THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, terms, eVc, nd forCucular or callat the College. Luki, The Dragon, Semper Eo, Tho Full and Complete Stock of FarmingJImplements consisting of Cultiv Attention of the public is invited 10 San .Francisco. Winner and Ulysses. There will proba- vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of II arrow Portland. hu ""'J" National Ranlc bly be 12 starters in the Clark Stakes and Michigan Mutuin S aSford ..To tie Old Who represents before you buy. Farm Wagons by the the provisions d at Prices to Suit al Life Insurancethe Co., Reliable of Detroit Mich, csn ilrnmitnra . r. ..,...lnf ih. m.,i 18 in the Oaks. ,..."- noi oniv h ih. write you all the most favorable plant ot Insur stock, Out by the it kilOldl-ithe Times. Call and See us. lltahltnv .... T. C. Yeager has returned Vrom ance, lie a,so represents the old reliable Central amount equa to the stock, so mat depoutnrs u Tobacco Warehouse of Loaisville Ky , and will .........Via the hi. institution are ,ccured"by . fund where ha sold 10 combined be glad to have a liberal share of your patronsge. Five sworn statemccta ofthocondition of the bank Will be leady to cooler all the favors that can be art uaie each ycarto the Unli.H horeea at 573 to 5150. While there he "'"'"OTaBa.fBaajaJ, 'MrWs,ll.a given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance.'StH meet and its assets are eaamlued at stated time, bought a very fast son of Hambrir.o, ments made od consignments, both in the ware- by government agents, thus THE aecuringaddit house and country 1 will he at Hlaiifnrd uvery and perfect safely to depositors, which he will work and probably camTVll intlllnlia. court day Tallica wautinp hoitshoudi, pnr.es or ormmally ciLablfaht t. MsLivstawaJll u, 0a money should address sue at Taint Luk, Ky. Depoiit Bank of Stanford in 1858, paign later iu the season. Mr. Yeager then 69 f m t;jTeijcvHic,wcwiitesHy i emu willvtK Trouiptatltntioa guaranteed. ised as tho Nauoi.,.1 Bank ol Stnfiirrl in (Lit. found a very dull market for com men again the First National horses, but says theru is no tronblo to ?.ird 'n.'SS, 'V' hlJ Poetically ,n UB,Sitr. J. W. IUl'bHMAh. S. IlA''bllMN Only D ning Car Route From iiyears. It Jlu,1nJI.n,P?iL.'1 dispose of good, toppy ones. An aver-ag- 3 now with ly and liberally than ever bfo,ke?u"t,CYoUB0,Sd of 300 borsrs are sol J at public auc. honorable career. cuncs, firm, and ld.du,irrV.p7cifuu";ol.S: tion weekly in Indianapolis. I'HOmlKTOKS Mr. W. A. Tribble tells us that the Try one for 30 Days and if you The Directory of this Bank is & SALE Forcstua Hcid, Lincoln county; composed ol sale of E. B. Botzley was well attended, LIVERY, Elegant Pullman Vestibtiled it you needn't take it don't S. T. Harm, Lincoln; Sltepor of Modern Pattern. but prices were rather low. Yearling J. H, Collier, Lincoln; For maps or any information, address mules sold at J13, a for J35 J. W. Hayden, Stanford; E. H. BACON rKANK J. REID, and nnagod ono for J8; mares and geldS. II, BaughiaanJ Lincoln; D. P. A , Agent, G. P. Kontucky. Louisville Chicago, ings f 15 to 525; jennet $35; cows $15 to J. S. Hocksr, SUnford ; W. A. TrlbbU, Stanford; lie sure to call for $18;Bheep with lambs thrown in 51.50 Monon Route. M. D, Elmore, Stanford: If you need livery give u a call. Nothing out St Paul. each; sboata $1.00 and sows and pigs $10 Try one and you will never use T. P. Hill, Stanford; turnouts will leave our stable. Se tu Denver. to $21. Emery and James Beazley rentlorrotea.Inour K. L. Tanner, McKinney; any other kind. (he I can 7Trrl7Q I will take 'all trade hides leather gel ed 100 acres of the farm for $325 and J J.8.Hocto,PreaIdenwJ,M,"e,,M,-V4rna'KBLACKSMITH SHOP. lr on for tliUlliO, for cash or in cacrt days at Stanford or at my home In Ottea I E. Bruce another 100 acres at S150 for thu Jno. J, McRoberts, Cashier; work and laltfactory I Will guarantee year. Llm. Chas. Eunslin, Tanner. : FEMALE COLLEGE. A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky. SIIF-LTO- Buggies, Carriages and Wm7 mlaea, therefore are able so sell at the lowest price. Cone and sec us l makes red ashos.no cinders. FalU RiatKh Nut Ik; Ih Fa'ls liran diaa Mounuin Jelucu Nut lieu ; North Jollies Lump uc these prii.se are for Coul delired Fur Coal at oar fcooto charats re one coat leis, NO hi. A bON. nl C-- w. s. 3u:acH, at M Slsaitks, estaoforel; J 'S.iO.iley, Ktanlorsl; S J. Kasbry, Statiford; J. II Owsley, btaafard; J ;r Caah, SUaford; Wfittaw Coach, Stanford; ' A. W, Carpenter, MIHodgevills, W 'II. Cumwini, I'rcaehers I lit t, Phaetons Stanl'ord, Kentucky. FIRST t ' 9t m. w. job:itsoit, surplus -- 8100,000 -.1 23,700 B C Car-Loa- ,?,' a ,i..i B. K. wjuAsraisr. iMosaWlmosfc ! ,...... :SfiV 1 PopikWaiik . ffl.S.&J.W.Baughman, FEED TO.CHCC&GOJ , Greatest Washer of the Age. STABLE, Stanford, first-da- ss FARRIS & HARDIN. first-clas- s pilccs. Tiy our horse thoer. A. A. McKinney, Asst.CajhUr. 't '"A M ' MIIJlfljIL .ic. fi!r simio.n, ,, w'j.Hjaet. xtmmmwm