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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897041601 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 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 1G. 1897. XXVI. VICINITYNEWS. Luthor Lucas and wlfo, of Caey, aru rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter. Tho futher Is 18 and tho mother II. Tho Danville Advocate's Pencller Is getting up a fund for tho Hood sutror ors In f 1 subscriptions and Is meeting NO. 14 Loving Moves Again. Ckntkhvimj:, nund-drear- y MATRIMONIAL. Thomas Hutchinoon, of Elkton, O., r ran away with his and it is faupposed they have become husband and wife. George Callahan, of Bedford, Intl., shot himself through tho heart because his sweetheart jilted him on tho ovo of their wedding. Seven days ago, Mrs. K. E. Wall, of Cliirknvillo, Tonn., became a wife and ow sho has left her husband saying she can not tolerate him In her sight. John Coulter, son of V. T. ' tor, of Mlddleburg, and Miss "Willie, tho pretty daughter of Mr. W. I. Ganu, also of that place, eloped to Tennessee and were married. Mrs. M. Paulino Hernnl. wife of J. stop-motheCoul-spoculatl- j LANCASTER. Mr. T. M. Mlddleton,of Ilarrodsburg, has been tho guest of his brother-in-laMr. Geo. T. Farris. Tho Blind Boono nConcort Co. will havo a largo audience Friday night, many tickets having been sold already. On Tuesday tho stock of goods which were levied on as the property of R. A. Stone were bold to Thomas Saunders for $1."3. The friends of Mr. Stone aro glad to seo him on duty again at tho old stand. Your correspondent has received an anonymous letter from tBack Creek with tho skull and cross bones drawn In red Ink, making diro threats against e him if ho continues to refer to raiders as anarchists, In newspaper correspondence. Tho letter claims that they uro 750 strong In this county and carried tho freo turnpike question long enough ago to havo free Croads If tho courts were not Influenced Jby corporations. The author is, of course, an atiarchlst. if he is ono of tho raiders and if not, ho Is worso than n raider and is not worthy of a passing notice. Tho Lancaster Concert Bund, Logan und Patterson, Messrs. Farra, Ward, Owsley, Hemphill and others deserve much tcredltj'for the splendid entertainment given Tuesday night. A very large crowd was In attendance and notwithstanding the fact that tho admission was- only lfc,. fs5 was raised for the benctlt of the Hood sutTo-or- s. Of course this wasnot all real ised on ticket sales, us some contributed to the cause. Considering tho population of the two cities, Lancaster has contributed much more liberally than Louisville, but It is characteristic of her people to excel others in doing the toll-gatMes-dumoH Ala., April 13. Since my bust I have loft tho ,4plno lillls wastes" of Southern and Mississippi for himnlor oilmen ami fairer Hold, and hence I have strayed horo. Tills plaeo Is about thu kind of a town my old homo, Liberty, Is. Though It has a proajwot, a bop!, while Liberty has neither, but only an hlrttory but Mill that old town has two of the best lawyers th.U God over made- - Hoylo and George Stone. The contract for the M. T. & M. rail road was let at Birmingham lust Monday. Tlio Mild It. It. runs from Montr Kpmery to Tuscaloosa via Centrevillo; so you see wo uro on tho ovo of u great buslncM revival and boom. This town is on tho Cuhawba river, which Is a lino farming district and tho Northern part of tho county Is in the Birmingham mining district; so you heo wo have tho natural resources to have a town. Tho roud is a certainty for thoy are already at work on It, and as to our mining territory, that has been thoroughly tested. Coal Is being mined extensively, and Iron has Ihjoij, though tho factories are now closed. This cllmato Is also the most delightful on earth. You can basic in tho glor ious sunlight of Italy, or enjoy tho mountain brooo of the Alps almost any day In tho year, liven now, while Kentucky Is still wearing a sombre oak leaves winter suit, tho are marking the declining earnestness of spring, and Howors, why, we have had them Immotnorlully. We notice, that tho Kentuckians are still amusing themselves with inditlcs, and that tho legislature is still playfully monkeying with lluntor at the and that the exjwnso of tho full-grow- Follow Right I '' n tax-payer- s, Courier-Journa- l still Insh-t- s that Cleve- land Would have made an extra president If ho had consulted its editorial Miitl on momentous occasions, and also conlldontlally alllrms that It Is tho democratic organ of the corn crackers, but with all duo candor and reverence for that "iwld shoot," we yet believe that tho Intkiuok JoUUXAL is the tr.test, the best democratic paper In the gnw.d old Commonwealth. Others may have a larger, more extended subscription list, but will yon allow an Alabamian (by adoption) to say that ho lndlovos that tho I. J. exerts a greater Inlluence over Its readers than any other lie over knew. Huough. you It Is needless for mo to toll that I am In u democratic State at to-du- last. Well, onough for love for tho I. J., I am y with J. W. LOVIXO BOUBITT ON SAUFLEY. When tho salvation army commenced preaching on tho streets Monday I lacked about 1 hours being through shaking. I had not reached Judge Saulloy: I want to say horo and have tho liberty of Inserting In tho Congressional Globo a few words for Judge Saulloy. Ho Is an able and upright judge, perfectly acquainted with tho laws of his country and making thorn the Invariable rule of his decisions, and like Sir Edward Coke, knowing nearly all the law but knowing no lawyer. Most lawyers are dual at most. Judge Saulloy Is quadrangular. He can state a case and examine a witness as well as tho best, draft a pleading llko a Martinet, argue a ca-- llko .a Choate. Tho humble-- l citizen can havo a patient hearing and correct decision. The irnxt timid lawyer that over trembled like an aspen before an august tribunal will receive from him an Indulgent, patient hearing and correct ruling. Tho unsettled condition of society requires just such a judge, bold and fearless. Ho as bravo a warrior as ever buckled bword, As true a patriot as over breathed a word, And never did Grecian philosopher with his golden pen e 1 Trace uion tho deathless page truth Than ho lays down for men. M. F. more sago, FONTAINK F. BOIJIUTT. NOItTII FOlt COUTY ATTORNEY. . Dear Sir; Please announce mo as a candidate for county attornoy. I shall not urge any porsonal claims. I am onoof thoso whothnktho Interest of the democratic party should be considered before that of any individual, and will now say In advance that if tho wisdom of thoso who select tho democratic candidates dictate tho selection of some othor person as tho democratic candidate for county attornoy, I will never bo heard to say nay, but will bo found In lino with tho tried and true democracy, working for tho entire tick M. F. NORTH. Youra truly, ct. (Tj tho 1'Mltor ofTlie Intkhwk Jocii.iai.: with good success. The KIchmoud Climax has un amus ing article suggesting curtain of Its re- publican friends for certain Imaginary olllces ut fabulous pay. That New York linn organized for and which has just failed for $2,000,000, neoms to Jiavo dropped tho "s" from the word which dellncd Its purM)ses. Lancaster's tax rate is ."17 cents, while ours Is $1.10 on tho $100. But Virgil Herard, the cattle king of tho then there Is some dlllerenco between West, has filed suit at Perry, O. T to living in Richmond and a village like set aside tho divorce decree granted Umca-UcrI teglster. her husband six months ago. She aland asks for 200,000 alio leges fraud K. Tunis, agent for tho Bible N. of Kentucky University, sold to mony. Mr. Winter Wright and Mis Maggie John W. Yerkestho Dr. GUI place for S,'J each. This is the old Woodcock Tabler, daughtrof Mrs. Groon Moore, Monday night and home. It contains a handsome brick eloped to Tonnus-soresidence and .'10 acres of ground and is were married. Tho groom Is a brothaltogether a mostdosirablo piece of su- er of Mrs. P. W. Grcon and a very clever young man. The bride- - Is as burban projKjrty. Advocate. A dispatch from Lawrencoburg sajs: pretty as she Is bright and accomplishJudge Carroll gave a red-hcharge to ed. John P. Atkinson, the tho grand jury concerning tho unlaw-ffreeing of turnpikes by the mobs son of tho governor of Georgia, and at some time since. He deplored tho cir- Miss Byrd, aged 11, were cumstances that allowed such outrages Chattanooga. The pair had previousagainst justice to go unpunished, and ly eloped and been wedded, but under said the pulpit, the press and t lie courts the laws of Georgia the ceremony was should combine to crystal izo public I'iogal. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson will sentiment in the righj direction. Ho reside at tho Georgia executlvo manespecially condemned the latest action sion. Dr, A. II. Wall, of Bourbon, and of the raiders lu trying to control tho prlcooftlour by warning tho millers Miss Ann Elizabeth Smoot, of Mason, and in ioling notices daring tobacco were married April 18, ISM, at which t, growers to raise more titan they appor- over 100 guests were but none of tho party survive save tho princitioned. A dispatch from Williamsburg says: pals. Tuesday rounded out til years of Monday afternoon a black burial casket married life for Dr. and Mrs. Wall. lined with whito satin, lloated down Thoy aro the parents of Judge Garrett Cumberland river, past tho hotel at I). Wall, of Maysvllle. D. H. Grllllth, of Crawfordsvllle, Cumberland Falls, went over the falls and was smashed to splinters in the Iowa, advertised in a Chicago paper for voyage. An Inostlgation proved that a wife and Mrs. Irmlntha Smith, of u had boon at work In a Beach Grove, this State, answered it. graveyard live mllos above, and was Thoy agreed to meet at Burlington, caught In the act of vandalism. Tho Iowa, and be married, but when Grif(lend had cut tho Hush from a cadaver fith saw her hts heart failed him and only recently Interred, and the wife of instead of making her his wife ho paid her way back to Kentucky and went to tho dead man discovered the grave Finding ho must be caught or his homo feeling no doubt that he had give up tho body, tho man rammed the escaped a scouring. llesh he had hooked otT in the cakct DEATH'S HARVEST. and pushed it over in the river. Ho then and has not been captured. ran Mrs. Coyle, aged 97, died at Big Hill, Casey county, Monday. MCKINNEY. Mrs. Amanda J. Colfey. widow of the Our telephone connection will bo late T.'Cole CotToy, of this county, died made lu a few days. at Monticello yesterday. Sho was 78 Tho largest freight business Is done years of age and those who knew her hero now In tho history of tho place. hero say sho was a model, Christian E. J. Tanner has contracted for 0 woman. threo-ouucans for tho Tomato Mrs. J. P. Nave, of Danville, died Factory. Sunday. Tho Advocate says sho was a Democrats hereabouts, knowing Mr. native of Jessamine, bora March 7, E. J. Tanner's qualifications, aro urg- 1833. Sho hud been twice married and ing him to become a candidate for cir- leaves six grown children, John Nave, cuit clerk and he has tho matter under Miss Mote and Mrs. John Scott by the advUuinuiil. socond marriage. She was a membor Joe Williams and Miss Emma Moore of tho Christian church. Many friends uoeomiwmled Winter Wright and Miss in Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and MadiMaggie Tablet on their elopement. son counties will regret to loam of her Miss Magglo is one of our most lovely death. girls and a favorite with everybody. G. W. Cabball, who suffered a parMr. Wright will no doubt make her un alytic stroke Monday, died Wednesday excellent husband. He is to be con- morning after 40 hours of intense sufgratulated on. having won mioh a prlxu. fering. He had not been well for soma I'liey aro expected to return in a day time and Monday morning while at or so and as there seems to have been Uwork at William Daugherty's black little or no objections, it is thought smith shop became ill and had to be tho old folks will receive them with taken home. Mr. Cabbell was u open arms. clever man, whoso only fault One of tho very worst wrecks that was his incoutrollablu love for strong have occurred on this division of thu drink. Ho leaves a wife and live chilC. S.R. R. took place at Kings Moun- dren in almost destitute circumstances, tain early last night. As freight train Mrs. Cabbell being sick in bed at presNo. 40, Cnpt. Hutchison in charge, was ent. His remains were Interred li leaving that station the train broke in Buffalo Cemetery yesterday, tho Prestwo and before anything could be done byterians donating a lot. Mrs. J. S. Roinhart, mother of Mr. the rear section of tho disconnected train smashed Into the front, ditching E. L. Reinhart, of this place, died in 12 or 1.) cars loaded with lumber, seven Richmond Monday of heart trouble, with pig Iron, etc. A largo force of aged 57. She had been an Ivalld for hands worked all night and about day- several years but not until three weeks light had the track sulllclontly cleared ago was sho thought to bo dangerously to admit of trains passing. It was llrst ill. Hor remalus were brought here reported that two tramps were killed, Tuesday afternoon and after uppropri- but tho report lacks continuation. Tho ato services at the grave by Rev. J. B. loss to tho R. R. will bo considerable. Crouch, thoy were laid to rest lu Buf No blame seems to be attached to any falo cemetery. Mrs. Reinhart was a one. splendid Christian woman and for a number of years had! .been a devout Paul Gonz was hanged in Now Jersey member of tho German Lutheran for murdering his mistress. church. Besides her husband three Katie Houser, a Louisville girl, sous aro left to feol tho Irreparable In Nashville, committed suicide loss of a loving wife and kind and inby taking curbolio acid. dulgent mother. . fI &' ) if Along Our Styles in Col-leg- ItaSprinjGoods And the low prices bring us the trade. ot ul MEN'S FINE SUITS, pro.-on- body-snatoh- or rol-bc- r. 150,-00- d kind-hearte- d, of Maj. F. D. were In Cemetery on Wednesdny 10 A. M. In tho of many He was in his 70th and possessed many noble of as was proved by jwsltions of which were upon him by his fellow-maof which were abilHis will jK)wer, noble Impulses and life combined to make him of leaves a widow and one son, W. O. Rigney, of National of city. Ho was a Mexican veteran and a major in the last war. In ISS3 ho was elected to tho State Senate to 1111 tho vacuncy occurring by the death of Hon. Robert Blaln, of Lincoln county, and was afterward elected t i servo a full term in tho same body. The liscul court hold an interesting session last Monday, settling soveral Important questions. After duo consideration It is decided by a unanimous vote not to lease tho two turnpike roads, which were ottered for rent. This settles the question and tho owners of tho roads, which have been thrown open, must suffer until the bond question is settled and probably afterwards, unless they help vote tho bonds in order to realize something for tho roads. Tho court reduced tho county levy from 27i cents to If) cents, being the lowest levy In tho history of tho county, It being clear of debt. Tho claims allowed amount to &,tf4. 19 and $2,000 were allowed for current expenses. A new disposition was made of tho delinquent list. It was divided among tho four constables, each taking tho names in his own precinct, and half tho collections are to be paid to the county. The list amounts to about $1,000 and tho close times will likely bar tho collection of the bulk of it. n, Without peer in make, fit & style at the low price of $10 and $12 which are equal to suits sold for $15, $18 and $20 elsewhere. right thing at the right time. The remains Rigney Call and see our line. No trouble Interred Lancaster at o'clock to show goods. presence friends and relatives. year Shirts, Shoes and Neckwear' altraits character, the trust, ways up to date. thrust the duties ublyand fearlessly discharged. native Agents for J. B. Stetson Soft and ity, strong Christian Stiff Hats. an object universal admiration, no teller the Citizen's One LOW PRICE to all. Bank, this v J. L. Frohman & Co., THE GLOBE, - Danville, Ky. CLOSE F1ICES I Falls Ilrancb and other Coals, also nil kinds of Feeds sold lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. at the c. fol- Goal Frorr; 7 c to 11 l-2- At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from 30 to 33c per bushel. Oats from 3D to 3oc per bushel. Hay, 40 to COc per KiO pounds. Millet, 55c por 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 lbs. Shipitufl, 70o per 100 lbs. Corn chop. G5c per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands. Cad and see us before buying. J. STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. WILLIAM SHELTON. Tho Second Session of i:cist 1S90-97 a H. BAUGHMAN & CO. President. Cata-loguo. ATTENTION DEMOCRATS. Pursuant to an order of tho Demo- OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1807. cratic Executive Committee of tho 13th For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our Xow Judicial District of Kentucky made ut Address, MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Ldy Phi.ncipal, Stanford, Ky. Danville, Ky., on tho 12th day of April, I hereby request tho democrats of Lincoln county to assemble in mass con- afcii-y&do vention at the in Stanford on Saturday, tho 15th day of May, 1S97, at 2 o'clock p. m., to appoint eight dele gates to a convention of democrats to BY be held In Danville on tho ISth day of May, 1897, to nominate candidates for court-hous- UDDGKCAKinG cm-ploy- ed Frank Patterson, of Elkhart, Ind., was reduced from $1.50 to 80c. Over 30,000 Negroes along tho issippi aro destitute. W. H. Brlau, of Owonsboro, was elected supremo dlctutor of tho Knights of Honor, J. T. Funk, vlcodlctator.Gus Miller, grand sentinel, and A. J. Hess, grand reporter. Tho per capita tax Miss- fell from his horse while in a funeral procession and was fatally Injured. Two children of W. G. Henry, of Blunt county, Tonn., wcro fatally crushed by a falling limb on their way to u funeral. A Covington woman attempted suicide by throwing hersolf In front of a train because her sou came homo drunk and beat her. Tho entire family of John Scott, a Mayflold grocer, was olsoued by eating canned gooseberries. Ono of tho children died. tho olllces of judge and Common wealth's attorney for tho 13th Judicial District. All democrats without re spect to individual views or courso on tho currency and coinage question, and who are now or will becotno legal vo ters by tho next November election and who will support tho nominees, are qualltlcd and cordially Invited to par ticipate in this mass convention. J. E. Cakson, Chairman, Wi John Lawrence, a Paducah butcher, Dem. Ex. Com. Lincoln County. was given two years in tho pouitentia-r- y A dispatch from Frankfort says that for stealing a cow. James MoMurtry and Representative A Chicago man killed bis us the result of a quarrel, and then J. C. Nuplor enmonenr coming to blows in tho rotunda Wednesday. McMurtry committed suicide. accosted Napier for not voting for HunHE Tho relatives of un Indianapolis girl Insane ter, when his voto would nowolecthim. beat her terribly and drove her becuuso they thought she was possess- Napier responded hotly and friends prevented serious troublo. McMurtry ed of 21 devils. Tho Mississippi at 'New Orleans has is from Gurrnrd county, tho homo of mark Napier. Mackin, Jr., wus hanged Jerreached 18.7 feet above John at eight-tentof a foot above sey City, N. J., for kllllnir his wifo and which Is son-in-law 1 J. C. M'CLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se RKJ H. C. RUPLEY, 3-T- MERCHANT TAILOJN- ri -- IsJ Receiving his- - low-wat- er hs tho highest previous record. I mother-in-la- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. a Perfect Goods Warranted and Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. i ii l r It w .i W in a' v f) a t !I ri w f M I H ."! : I I in If r' I L. ! Hov. J. A. Snoilgraws, pastor of tho Tho tloods on tho lower Mississippi When a few years ago a democratic governor vetoed tho bill to reduce tax- do not abato and hope of raising a crop First Baptist church at Portsmouth,' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ation, every mother's son of a republi this year is aboutabandoned. O., surprised his brethren by reducing can voted with a few misguided demo Anna Hamlet Dickinson has been his own salary nearly half, A Richmond, Va., preacher says tho for unwarranted im-- 1 Stanford. Ky.. April 16, 1S97 crats to pass it over his veto. During awarded tt cents insane asylum during papers should print both good and bad since they prisonmont in an their several campaigns have stoutlv maintained that taxes wore 18H1. Anna must have argued her own ' news. Ho is anxious to know what tho devil is doing. Ho doesn't want him that if given a chance case before tho jury. I too high and W. P. WALTON. of railway to sneak upon him. A National association they would roduco them. It is easy membership of 1,500, After tho services at Broadway M. enough to promise, but it is not always cripples, with a Wo are fully convinced that we can suit and satisfy every taste and pockot book will have a big athletic mooting In F. Church, South, last evening, plans so to fulfill, and even if it wore republiSIZHZ : can promises aro like pie crusts. Tho Chicago, June 2ii, at which only rail- for the now church building wero sub- since our mitted and approved. Tho new buildrepublicans were given charge of tho way cripples will compete. Tiik pold democrats helped to break State affairs IS months ago and what James Green and William Bosom ing is to cost $10,000. Work will be the quorum Tuesday, but decided not do wo see? Taxes reduced, oh dear members of a constable's pos-wero begun about .rune 1. Courier-Journa- l. to do so after that day, but to give no? Tuesday every republican in tho shot whllo trying to arrest Gin Hlto L. M. Lasley, tho reformed horseHumor all the rope ho wanted to cither nouse voted to Increase the rate from and West Cody in Union county. Green man, will begin a holiness orsunctlfiea-tlo- n hang himself or make pood his reitera- 4:2 to 52 and keep it at that for throe is dead and Lluson is thought to bo farevival at tho opera house in Dan- ted assertions that nil ho needed was a years. Verily hath tho peoplo been tally wounded. ville April 25th. The meetings will be , , l0 ,1108l COIU,,clc ono evor b , .,jto , ()ur ,Hc nu(, lrml wo pood square chance to win the Sena- given a stone when thoy were promised t raising The cadots at Annapolis aro inuiv nuii.nmu un--i I'mii'i iu uiu are offering goods in a'l branches at the very lowest price Men mill boy, now tlx torial prize. Wednesday was schcdul. bread, and nice white light bread at a row over tho appointment of a Negro same hour for two or throe weeks. Ad- - s.iriug We have ed for another supreme cflort on the that. cadet and say they will resign, but vocate. part of the doctor, but after seven balGen. Shattue, of Cincinnati, who made Tiik State executive committee, tho appointment, says tlio Mgro won lots ho was still no nearer to the goal than when he first began, being two which met at Lexington Tuesday, fix- fairly and tho white trash can resign short of the necessary number, and the ed June 2 as tho day and Frankfort as and be damned. joint session adjourned. It was plainly the place for holding a convention to shown during the ballots that the oppo- nominate a candidate for tho clerkship FARM AND TRADE, In this part of tin country and figures will provo it, Fino Clay Worsted Suits in sition to Hunter could easily elect a of tho court of appeals. County mass Steel Grays, Itrown and Illacks for 17 50 well worth JI2.00. Fine brow plaid-- , the Farrls A-- Hardin sold a bunch of Senator. The bolting republicans meetings to elect delegates to It will be latest styles at $, worth $12.50. Nice ScoteluChoviot suits for ?5, worth double tho agreed to support Senator Martin and held at 2 p. M. May 2!). Tho commit- hogs at ,'lc. monoy. C. W. Williams has refused $50,000 him, tee adopted a resolution to adhere to the gold democrats were a unit for but the Blackburn rule or ruin men "the great principles enunciated at for Allerton, 2:00. Good Jersey milk cow for sale. B. would not hear to it and upon them tho Chicago convention." and all who must fall the blame of a failure to elect will pledgo to support tho nominee will K. Wcarcn fc Son. George Patterson, 100 tol, won a race a democrat. Considering everything be permitted to participate in the noma half dozen or at Newport Tuesday. and especially Senator Martin's adher- ination. There aro Tho dam of Directum, 2:05, is bookence to Blackburn, it was not only the more candidates for.tho clerkship, W. B. Mason, of Garrard, who ed to MeKlnney, 2:1U. should have been a pleasduty, but it IJoys suits, not a question, wo havo thoin in all the lnUt ntyles Sailor collnr Directum is going sound. Ho gets 10 ure to the silver democrats to have re- is mighty solid in all tills region. suits, Wash suits, Combination suits, llrownie suits and etc from Tfa to .', jwr suit. of road work daily. miles paid the Woodford man for his devoAbsolutely Pure. In tho last four months 5,000 mules POLITICS tion to their idol. Unless the unexCelebrated for Its jjrv.it learenln? .trcngth ami have been sold In Macon. is an addition pected occurs and there licaltlifulinw. Assures footl itgalnn nlum and Arthur Sowall says tho silver issue Bull wanted high colored, two years all rnuif lailultoRitliinthe common In Hip ilipap to Hunter's ranks either by cnoico or mi will be a success four years hence. brands; old. Address Box 47, Kingsville. purchase, there is absolutely no hope Koy.u. 1Ivki.no rowii.RCo.,Now York. The fact that we buy them low is why wo can sell them cheap itnd vc arc now James B. Angell, of Michigan, was Col. Hull Dudderar sold to W. L. now for the Cumberland county statesfull to the brim with all kinds and dr.es. Shot's we bought to coll nt U goat M this nominated to be United States minis McCarty a Polo Angus man, and he having been granted so M. F. NORTH wcuk, Shoes bought to sell at ft go nt 2, and hIiovh bought to o at f 2 go at f 35 and ter to Turkey. bull lor $50. many fair chances to shoot and not havN a candidate for Count,) Attorney of Lin- O'.c. Misses and ladles' shoos and oxfonls go at tho name projvortion. Hon. John T. Hlnton has been reIt Is estimated that SWO.OOO.OOO is in ing done so, he ought to give up tho Wo can save you money on ladio dro- - good of al klniN, slllc for waists and representative by the vested in horses and race tracks in the coln. Mibjool to tho net loh of tho democratic party. is wrested from him. Lot nominated for gun before it trimmings, Hosier) , Handkerchiefs, Underwear, Oor.scU, 'Moves, Window shade, democrats of Bourbon. United States. the democrats elect a democrat if posl.nce curtains, Umbrellas and etc. Look at Col. John Hay, ambassador to the R. D. Bruce Is again agent for the B PAXTON sible. If not let them unite on Gov. of St. James, sailed for England old, reliable Champion Binder. See Is a candidate for County Attornox of LinBradley or some other decent republi- court and Mr. Bayard will soon como sailing him before you buy. coln, subject to the action of the domocrnt-l- c can and end the miserable and very urt). home. B. K. Weareu & Son sold tho milk costly farce. Public Printer Palmer isn't paying cow advertised in our last Issue to John which we have in a big variety mirh as Carpets, Matting, Oil cloth and etc. VI It was tho same old btory yesterday, much attention to civil service rules. VonGrlnigan for $25. Itcmember you get a handsome piece of SI LVKHWA HI", with every 12' worth of as tho following shows: and left He is Those desiring Mowers or hinders n Tho mill optilnr Green Hrlar goods. Fhankfokt, April 15. The Legisla- for hismaking vacancies right republican friends. can save money by seeing W. II. Mur- Springs, located nlsiut to miles from Crab y and ture took three futile ballots Orchard. Magnificent water, excellent ImThe members of the Pennsylvania phy, agent Walter A. Wood Co. adjourned. Hunter is still two short provement. Will lease at u low tlgure for Legislature have been lending their Will Hays and Jack Beazley aro the prevent season. Call on or address and his friends say is bound to remain A. A. ltOW.MAK. railroad passes to others, and as a re- handling a dozen or more good horses 60. The gold men are said to be deterVersailles, Ivy. A. UHHANSKY A CO, I'ltoniiirrorw. sult they are being taken up. on the Huston- at the former's track mined to prevent the election of HunedBen B. Cozlne, a son of tho dead villo pike. T. D. KAJfEY, Maxa-ibu- . ter and in order to do so will break a itor, is now manager and W. S. Kaltcn-bache- r J. A. McKee & Co., of the large quorum when necessary until he is Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Itardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthlana, Versalllcn, Emiis editor of tho Shelby News, peach farm near Kingsville, write that withdrawn. Thu denlratilc homo of the Into John lllaln nence, Georgetown, Kliznbcthtown, Frankfort, and Matickport, Ind. which continues to advocate frco silver tho chances aro still good for a tine located on tho Danvlllo and Stanford turnJournal of Sunday at 10 to 1. crop of peaches. The New York pike, 1'4 mllew from tho latter place, and Improved The ability of tho republicans to pass Ornament Is a hot favorite for tho containing 12J; ncren of laud, well a contained 120 pages and was perhaps and well watervd. The house In cottage most fantastically printed dally pa- a tarill bill through tho Senate was Kentucky Derby. He is soiling at even of I rooms with porchen, nil the outvote on tho Vest monoy, something heretofore unheard buildings, a large, roomy barn, fencing pood, per ever Issued. About half of It Is demonstrated by the a ixmrt of tuner fulling utook water mid all printed in brightest of colors and near resolution relating to tho retroactive of for that race. klmlx of fruit tree In full Apply clause of the Dingley bill. d W. L. DeLong sold his farm, ono to Col. T. P. Hill, Stanford, or the ly every subject connected with taster on tho premises. There are now three separate, differ- mile from Georgetown, containing f00 is Illustrated and dilated upon. Tho MKS. K. A. IILAI.N. editorial page is filled with articles ent and distinct democratic parties in acres to Mr. It. T. Ford, of Now York, from distinguished preachers in proof this city and county, the Danitcs, the at 875 ier acre, or ?;J7,n00. Ileyonil doubt wo have tho licit Kendy-mhePaint on the market. Tho attention of breeders Is called to ! of the resurrection of the Savior and Dickcyites and tho Goldites. You pays x numerous noted lawyers add their tes- your money and you takes your choice. the advertisements of I. S. Tevis1 ti Dnolllug Danvlllo Street, StanLouisville Times. of evidence as 1504 and M. S. Baughman's George timony that the weight ford, Ky.. containing Nine Itoomi and CeThe republicans of Clinton county Dictator :i8f2 and two jacks. by the Biblo and In other presented llar; with nil outbuildings wantd. Cittern Lyon bought of T. A. Cou- anil to Hydrants. Thu alxivo projiurt N Allen ways Is as conclusive as was ever pre- have nominated tho following ticket: In tho host repair. Call on sented In court. Without referring to For Clrcnlt Clerk, John G.Sloan; Coun lter a bunch of fat 17o iKmnd hogs at 3 .1. II. IIIGGIX.S Stam-oui.- , K At Ixmest Cash Price. ty Judge, C. B. Parrigin; County At- .1. 10 and sold to another party a bunch that particular subject, the Journal is stock hogs at.'iL often too much of a muchness in its torney, M. L. Jarvis; County Clerk, J. 80 to Sc commissioner of agricul- TraiM'RED of matters and only those M. Wright; Sheriff, J. B. Drye; School The State presentation who have an abundance of leisure Superintendent, J. F. Stailey; Asses- ture says that the condition of tho sor, J. S. Wray; Jailer, Bud Cross. wheat crop Is 04 now to 88 this time There aro none me ucuoan Asa neno can wade through its many columns. grow Speaking of democratic incompeten- last year. The fruit prospect Is quite Mature ouiekly letter They at an larger well age fatten Thcroughbred Dure: Jersoy HOI?, OHUiuid Young lloitnt lteadv for rlei Tin: president has appointed Senator cy, tho republican Legislature has been bright. for siilu. Ilirred Plymouth l!ock Eggs p.uk-e- d in session since March 13, tho republi Is probable that the Lexington It PresiWolcott, of Colorado, for shipping 31. 'delhered at liomeSeveii-t.-Ph- e Cent jn r Setting of I'lfleen All My reodr r w, tt clert4l from tlio lst he nli o( dent Stevenson, of Illinois, and Hon. can Congress since March 15, and nei- races will be declared off, tho Queen InijulrliM eheerftilU answered of tint r.imuu lirml of Inr In huvrralSUWsi A of Boston, commis- ther has accomplished anything be- City Jockey Club refusing to give up a Charles J. Paine, !!. ut III lot nfHtrsol illllereiil u for Kile. Hrtsl J. U. k H. J.'UcSOBZHTS, Stanford. laltv t...a .!,wdlPiNsI, SfllUSwtlnnguaranl.sol. sioners to an international monetary yond heaping up the burden of finan- part of its Newport dates. Lexington .ddrcM conference to meet In Europe next cial obligation ujion tho breaking and turfmen aro indignant. R. n. BRONAUGH. rebellious backs of the people of tho The Advocate says that Capt. Engmonth. Tho appointments aro under H. D. Crub Orchard, Ky. tho act of March 3d last ''for the pro- State and the nation. Louisville lish sold H00 horses at Bowling Green and Louisville during tho last two motion of an international agreement Times. Democrats at Washington celebrated weeks at !?200 to 8 100. Good, toppy Infor bimetallism." Stevenson and Wol SjTAN'KOItD, KY. cott nrodeeidudsllver men. whllo Paine the 151th anniversary of the birth of dividuals, drivers and riders, were in The ,spee- - strong demand and always found bidAll klniNof rrilricK dorc at rcnontble rules is classed as a supporter of bimetallism Thomas Jefferson Tuesday , , Ujtioltrlni; a )wcUlty b.tlsfctlo i Rturantct'l u tinimam ders. ui . uwawon mi ru based on international agreement. If Fok Sali:, 'Tkadb on Loan. Tom there is any good to como out of thcbe J. Bryan, who reapondod to the toast Robinson, a nice saddler, with fine knee OUK STOCK OF- we celebrate the international conferences, the cause 0f "Thomas Jefferson; action and a good breeder. By Walsilver will not suffer in the hands of anniversary of his birth, not in tho lace Denmark. First dam by Miller's spirit of Idolatry, but of regard and In evory county In Kentucky for tho these gentlemen, whoe appointment e Denlloro Collar Protector tho greatest reverence for his Hltleal principles." Denmark, he by the ,tvom ,rnnnl satisfaction. Mr. Pninn Invention mark; '2d dam by Montgomery's Oli- go.on horothat over has been Invented, to collars. Lively agents make :i is a relative of Mr. C. II. Paine, who ver; .'!rd dam by Old Drennon. J. Steele and SI iordny. 1'orfurthor particulars, The Legislature, Comprises tho latest styles, colors and toes used, beautiful In fhade and shape Call ono of Stanford's most charmmarried " W. T UlcllAKDsON. to Cirpentor, Hustonville. nnd teo them. General Agent, Junction City. Ky. ing young ladles. Tho House passed tho bill to pay 6 that ha 0 Tho trotters and per cent interest on State warrants. gone in "2:05 or better aro Robert .1. THE bill to pay special judges out of Tho House passed tho bill to pay not 2:01; Joe Patehen 2:03; Star Pointer tho regular judge's salary ought to be exceeding 50 for horses with the glan DORSGY 2:02; Frank Agan 2:0:iJ; Mascot 2:04; come a law, with reasonable exceptions ders and kill them. No. 520 IS, Flying Jib 2:04; Strathberry 2:04; of course. Thousands of dollars aro Producer of combined and Eastern horses The House passed tho bill making the 2:0o; Online 2:01; Hal Pointer that hell for good prices, nlllmako tlio presHitched from tho treasury annually by' Stilt" tnv tMitrt fi'H fifinta ttf tliiw vimu I a Uttotnnc'ii final ....,,, 2:01; Hal Dillard 2:01!; 'Alix 2:0.'H; ent hcason at Ti:.v Doi.ians to Insure a liv4l.in imnntnl juubu . . ... , mm opwiui "" in ing colt. Also Jack, Itoscoe, at $5 to Insure permanently. Nancy Hanks 2:04; Azote 2:01f. an old party hack is kept up at the ex T. ItHII). a living roll. Tho bribery charges aro still being N. II. Dornoy Golddust has produced a Sheep raisers arc talking of getting penso of the State in this way. Tho investigated by the Franklin county juclass of combined hores that attract buyState ought not to have to pay two men ry, with prosiootH that both accusers up a petition asking tho'LegisIaturo to ers and bring good prices, regardless of iii- pass a law for protection against dogs. lCH. for the same work and it is hoped that and accused will bo indicted. It is proioscd that a dog tax bo levied, the Legislature will forbid it hereafGraham Vreeland, tho Courier Jour- to be collected by the sheriff, and that A. S. PRICK, ter. nal's Frankfort correspondent, was sent all dogs not wearing the tax paid tag Sargeon Makes hard work easy. You can get more Tiik consolidation of pension agen- to jail for refusing to telljthe grand ju- bo killed. From tho fund raised by Dentist, butter. You wash, Halt and work the butby Mr. Cleveland is like- ry what ho knew about tho bribery cas- tho tax, owners who suffer from the cies ordered 5BHf!x ter before taking it out of tlio churn. ly to be revoked by McKlnley. It es. raids aro to bo reimbursed for their Stanford, Ky. Representative Stout, of Anderson, losses. Advocate. would reduce the number of officials and consequently tho expense of tho who was elected as a democrat, but who J. K. Carson, proprietor of tho Wil- OlIictMivpr MLlUiburU Pruij Slore lit tho Owlev Will Sell You One on IlulIdhiK. disbursement, but as there is not is voting for Hunter, is demanded to low Grovo Jersey Farm at Crab Oro go around now and econ resign by his constituents, and if he has chard, sold last week to tho White Rienough pio omy being a secondary consideration, it any sense of honor or shatno lie will do ver Jersey Cattle & Stock Farm Co., MXS& lm It will pay for itself in fow weeks, Call is safo to say that the pension offices so. near Wabash, Ind., eight heifer calves, EARN MONEY. and tec It. A free silver paper In excusing at Louisville and elsewhere will remuln heifers, six cows, seven Blackburn's failure to help elect Sena- and two bull calves, three months old, The NIOKELL MAGAZINE for another four years at least. tor Martin says that ho could not take all Jerseys, for Sl,72.", or S75 each, lie wants good reliable agents to canUp-to-Da- te vas for subscriptions. A very Ouit esteemed contemporary, the the two populists with him, oven if ho also sold a four months old bull to F. Mt good ratu of cash commission will Klchraond Climax, does us tho distin- could command tho rest of his follow Jones, of Anderson, Ind., for 475 and bo given, or bicycle premiums if Most Complete and Convenient Freezer over offered in Stanford. Requires less labor luff- guished honor to reproduce what we preferred. All material and sam another to Tintsman .t Armstrong, of plo copies furnished free. Apply less time and less ice than any freezer, only requiring from ono to two minutes to to tho Courier-Journalsay in resjwnse Woostcr, O., for tho same amount. Mr. News Briefly Told freeze cream. We guarantee them to do all we claim and they are s Id ou trial at once. strictures and comment most faCar&on says lie sens on nis scruus ev, Very respectfully, Come and see for yourself. Try one. Thanks, friend Col. Alfriend, the veteran Louisville ery year or so but his bobt Jcr&oys aro vorably thereon. The Nickell Magazine, Woods: wo appreciate your good words railroad man, died suddenly at Ocean never permitted to leave Willow Grove 160 Summer Street, Springs, Miss. and arc proud of your good opinion. Si Iloston, Mass Farm. J DP-A-GKES. flooi To Business. o, iti-u- pring Stock ,,,, 11 The Best And Cheapest Clothing POWDER 41 J. Good Suit for $2.50, Worth $5. two-year-ol- d 1 1 Our House Furnishings THE LOUISVILLE FOR RENT. well-know- to-da- STORE. F0R SALE 0R R9NT iieee-t.nry under-lgiie- PAINT. BET,SDY LEAD. d Fur-iou- FOR SALE Hou-eo- OILS, VRni$E)G$, G0L0R& 100-pou- n? mi CRAIG HOCKER. W I ox-Vi- J Crrr-ndviii- v PHILLIPS, Gun and Xook Smith. J ...,... f FOOT WEAR. -- HGENTSAflHNT6D. Lo-ro- w race-hors- Gents' SHOES and Ladies' SLIPPERS ni-- plj GOLDDUST H. J. MoROBERTS. Buckeye Churn ln "', WW 4 ww- -. The Trial. "" two-year-o- ld The Freezer. 's HIGGENS M KINNEY. 111(1 -' - M2 V .., ,, t '"MWiifHtWi f. iimnw. "" . . " ii nil" " ' " -- ' ' m '' 'WHiHWWWBawiWwe rf,Mltlltfl t t lj.i wt. A;it Ji ZZ,r.W--- Li L T !...,--...1 jWm Letter ok Thanks. A Georgia pa LIVE STOCK SHIPMENTS. per received tho following note of THE INTERIOR JOURNAL thanks from a practical, If disconsolate, Mutual Quarantine and Other Regulation Detween Canada and Thtt Country. widow: "Mr. tali tor. I desire to thank The ogreement between tho United tho friends and noljfhbors most heartily rM"blllioai'A.oaia3r;xrj.i JTz'.i.o.ym in this manner for their united aid and States and Canada rolating to cattle, sheep, swino and horses is as follows : ATduring tho illness and Each country rIiuII accept tho Tetcrin-ar31'KRYMiVKl.V ADVANCJC death of my lato lamuntcd husband, certificates of tho other. who escaped from mo by the hand of The chief of tho bureau of animal When not so paid S3.'C3 IU be charged. Mf death on last Friday whllu eating breakand tho chief inspector of stock fast. To my friends, and all who confor Canada will mutually inform oiio tributed so willingly toward making nnothir of any outbreak of contagious tho last moments and the funeral of my nnimal disease iu either country, or of disease in animals imported from either , TIME CAfiD. husband a howling success, I desire to country. ro number most kindly, hoping these A DO day quarantino shall be enforced lines will llnd them un joying tho winiu by Loth countries upon ull cattle KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. blessings as I am. I have a good milch Europe or from any country Train Iwmi Stanford it 7: 10 i. in. and'returus ut cow and roan gelding horse, olghtyears In which contagious pleuropneumonia t 4:30 p.m. old, which I will sell cheap. God moves is known to exist. A 15 day quarantine KNOXVILLE DIVISION. In u mysterious wuy, Ills wonders to slmll Imj enforced upon all ruminants nnd swine imported from countries in 11 37 in pjrfonn, He plants his footsteps on Vo. 21 Trln going North dipoaKcs havo exfoot 3 13 i in tho sea, and ' ..... No. SS " "' rides upon the storm; also, whichwithinand mouth 12 01 i m booth No. 23 " isted six mouths and upon nil -y ty -.- 2l lllowlng Him Up. Mrs. Uppenyte William, what do you mean by letting that child cat those dried apples? Don't you know NABOTH 10016. Standard Itulo C. they'll hurt him? Kecord 2:103. 7 Mr. Uppenyt You always said you ttunted him to havo some social pro-tensio- Will make tho season of 1807. ButED 1 nv Wami.noiiam 216(1, slro of Latlttulo 2:10K and or 8 others In tho Hit. No. 23 " " " I W! ' a black and whlto sho.it, very low." m To the church, Raster, which Is next THIIO'H.II TICKETS fcOLD. Sunday, is the festival of festivals. CIIIXSKKD THItOUUll HAOOAOl' Christ's work for man was then comFor any Information enquire of pleted. This tho church celebrates. It JOK S. KICK, Agent, .Stanford, K). is, indeed, a day of triumph, for death is conquered, man Is redeemed, his QUEEN & CRESCENT. secured and eternal life is his. Train um Junction City ' follows Christ's resurrection assures man's res!M p tn 12 (Cip m No. t North .. No. l.Soulh " No. lltt'Jim " 0I ' ' ..... 3 IS a m urrection, hence thero Is good reason .....M'Jpu for No. S " Ii:ilum songH of jubilee, and the henrt of " " flouaiu ...... i every Christian should send forth joyNote No. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction City. All trilns slop there. ful notes of praise to tho rlron Lord. mil-vati- on Furall'I'ulnU. i m No." S" . cll As the frosts and freezes of two weeks via OF.tmuirniWN. ago occurred when everything was dry p w. M. M. AM and the moon in the dark, the fruitcrop Ar 12 M 3 SI JW I.ve. Souierwl, to Buttered no Injury. Last night thero " II SIS Jet llty ftaV I.T V3S 030 Arr .iiurtowii, ' 0 SO 3 00 were thick frost and thin lee, but as the 7 2i) rranVlurt, II 53 a 0 3 90 moon was in tho light, and the stone-frufi 10 Arr 1'arU Daily except hundjy blossoms were soaking wet, let us iC,.U. HKItCAW.O. 1" A. llattr ourselves that the and crops uro still with premise. There are in this ntltl ilifcillfif'teil T,ikru'frttd tntiv oauun V" W hmt linihl discounts vn ' Winger' SixcinV fctt UUjh Grade I8'l7 great country other immortal things etich work to be done at tho expeiiho of Louisville Times. tho railway company, or prohibit tho 11 Winger, besides democracy. ft Fattm and tntrrantfil. use of cars until it is done. Station It, Chicago. To TlIK Xoktii. The Queen A; Cre-ceSheep may bo admitted subject to Ilouto has inaugurated a at port of entry nnd accompaof observation cars on the famous Hlue nied by official certificates that sheep iH2P',,'t Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati facabhnsnot existed in the district where and Lexington. Free parlor cars and tliey liavo been led within six months. Mephisto You athepherdess? Why, m mi oi uiuiii, luey w here's Queen & Crescent Standard vostibulod ji crook? ' Shepherdess Aren't you with me? day coaches. Four trains dully to Cin- may Do returned or slaughteml. blicep may bo admitted for transit in bond & cinnati with clone connections with till from one port to another in cither couu- - Chieatro Tribune. . trains north. Queen A: Creccent trail s try, anil, if for slaughter, they may bo Ilucklin's Arnica Satis. IN 17 are without a peer in the South. admitted without inspection. Subjectto, Thett iir., m the world f..r cui brulocs Corn mill liny. miles shortest line, unequalled train UlMiertiOIl at Shipping IWrt, tliey may ""'. Wvt all riiriim. lvir Krc. tetter, cliaji nkln erupt Inn Order OlBee and tss I'vc'ianj, near the lUllroad ! tV ttltlll IVTl UMU train cervicc. W. C. Hlnearson, gen'l l. ...i...w.wl J..... Uliitl. VlUlllAJ iui liti iuni. jciiiimaiiiji inn iihil niiilriil It Is wi ii "ii..; .ui.Tj Cmuing, IVit Street, iiit to any shipping port m Canada Ktlara.ltoiil tn iHf firlluli tr lunli transit - - Kontuolcy. p.iHV agt., Cincinnati, O. 'J.'i fnti'UM, for export by or to the United States .MClUllHTIV1'rUr (villi per !) f.irsjleliyW unifttl.t Oul Yanl. Mill street, laloljr J II. lilgulus'. CMper Morris and Mason Thomas, for cxiort from Fortluud, Boston and Satisfaction Kiiatanlml. painters, were found by the railroad New York. Swino may bo admitted without intrack at Hocktleld, Ky., with probably spection for slaughter in bonded enrs to fatal Injuries. Foul play is suspected. 1897 formFour young men were arrested and bonded slaughter houses, or whenaccoming part of u settler's effects aud r.reru thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar lined US each in Hango, Mo., last week panied by a certificate that swino plague den. Full glockt of Ornamental and Fruit for chewing gum and whispering in or hog cholera has not existed within Tree, Grape Vines, Atparayu and Small chnrch. six mouths iu tho district wlicuco they Fruits, li V employ no anents but tell at liv On Uln Street, Stanford. Insurgents in tho Fhillipines killed came. Lacking such certificate, thoy ing prices direct to the planter. Telephone several monks and burned three must bo inspected nt port .of entry, and, viojfice. strawberry andtogeneral Nursery if diseased, will bo slaughtered without Catalogues on application churches. 11. F. lllLLEXMYFll, Apply lo compensation. 03 Islington, Ky Horces may bo admitted in bond from Mrs. Anna Miller, who recently died at Wllkesbarre, Fa., left her estato of one port to another iu cither country without inspection at tho shipping port. lf,0(X) to her various friends and willed to her husband one cent to bo paid Horses may bo admitted for racing, on inspection show or breeding I hare opened up a Candy Manufactolive years to a duy after her burial. She at port of entry. purees Horses may bo admit- ry on Lancaster Street and can supply suited in her will that tho old fellow ted for temporary stay, teaming or lived for himself, did not help her to pleasure driving at points aloug tho uotm:. CANDV 1 bo lift IJne toanil From acquire her wealth and therefore Is not frontier for a period not exceeding one Of Many Varieties and Superior Excelentitled to participate In the distribu- week on port of entry penult of customs lency every 1'ny Mr W Curtis Egbert, TOLEDO AND ofllcer. Should ho observo any evidenco nn experienced maker, is In charge and tion of her property. All IVlnts In Michigan. ho will dctuiu tho animals gnnrantccs satisfaction. Give us a call i of disease iNCOMt'AKAW.K. Tho tcrvlce on tho nnd report to tho district inspector, who J. A STEPHENSON. CHICAGO. Queen A: Crescent fast trains South will decido whether tho animals may bo "WhlU City Special." Hest terminal Mitlou. Through Pullman drawing room sleep- admitted, and horses used for driviugor BO YEARS EXPERIENCE. LOUIS ers. Standard vcstibulcd day coaches riding to or from points iu Manitoba, Northwest Territories or British Colum Avoiding tho Tunnel (lavatories and smoking rooms.) bia on business connected with stock cafe, parlor and observation cars. raising or mining, and liorces belonging BOSTON. Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Flori- to the Indian tribes, may bo admitted Warner Mi'ln.j Car. da or to New Orleans, W. C. ItlXKAIt-SO- without ius)ectiou, but must report to H YORK. gen'l pans'r agt., Cincinnati, O. customs officers both going nnd coming. TRADE MARKS. UutUl I'arbir Cars, V.'agtirr Sleeping Cars. I'rlrat Under all other circumstances horses DE8IQNS, l'mniaMmMilCr, l.li;aiit liMiliw ami IlKDt'cr.l) rates to New York City. must bo insiiectcd at port of entry. OOPYRIQHTS Ac. Can A: Ohlolly. Anynno temllna a nketrh anil description may The Chesapeake will sell, qulcklr ascertain, free, whether an Invention Is ia "Hit Pol'lt" He sure your tlflrts round trip tickets to New S'ork City at net Mnrkrt Itttblilt. Communications ttrlctly lrotaby pntontablo. acency MAIITIN. McCOUMICK. K O. ronrMentlaL Oiliest I. for cecurtni; patent Tho best market rabbit today is unone and In America. Wo have a Washington ofllce. fares going April 211 A Tit Agt (lull l'avs lnnrll'rim I'm out taken through Munn & Co. recvlro to "Hth inc. and good to return until doubtedly tho Belgian ltare, which is CINC1NNAII. OHIO ipvclal uotlco In the May Jth. Two Limited Vcstibulcd not a hare at all. Tho Oraugo Judd SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, each way dally, making three Fanner says that tho young grow very beantlfullr llluatrated, lareost circulation of hours quickest time from Central Ken- quickly and at Jl months old will dress any nclcntltlo Innrnal, weekly, terms W.00 a year; tucky jKtlnts. George W. Harney, div. from four to six pounds nnd, well roast-- j IlJOtlz months. Specimen copies nnd llAND I'aten'TS eout free. Address pass, agent Lexington, Ivy. THE POPULAR ed, aro a dish for an epicure. They havo MUNN & CO., 301 Uroadnay, Nerr York What Is known us the old Williams 110110 of tho gamy flavor of tho wild rub homestead, among tho noted buildings bit. Tho flesh is white, firm, iluogniiued, tender and of delicious flavor. in GrconoviUe, Tcnn., in which Gun. John li. Morgan sioi!t his last night Live Stork l'oluta. and COMOMlMOMOIMlCvi! boforo his death,bo in which yard ho What tho silo does is to furnish n was killed, is to remodeled, and con- juicy summer food to uuimals in winverted Into a hotel building bv tho ter. present owners. Claiborne, Tenn., When timothy is to bo fed to young NASHVILLE, TENN. Progress. nnimaln that waut to bo pushed along OIMIJvil0(MoM ranidlv in crowtli. cut it in its first OPPICIAI.I.Y At a Mothers' Contrress in New York iiimunin iinrcoo it slmnlii l mi-tho other day Countess di Brnzza said: ' littlo later, but not 60 lato ns tho time United Confederate Veterans, M "Wu havo boon consldor.ed very Inslg- - of tho second blossom, United Daughters of the Confederacy, m iv nltlcaut by tho men, and yet not ono of ' Silage is palatable and easily digest-the- The Sons, and other Organizations. would havo boon allvo y If It ert aiul makes an excellent food, not Jm M had not been for us." Nor any other oulF for Ulilk cows but for 'atteuing IMOIMMl Two Samples, Fottr Stan?. 8teors nml othor aui",alsday, either, for that mrttor. TW. S Hay or fodder that is allowed to get S. A. CUNNINGHAM. Miss Grace Dinsmore, of Now York too ripo beforo cutting loses a fifth of its PECrAt. KitnccTiojr In Cluba with tUN Paper City, sold ono of her fingers to a weul- - nourishment, thy Texas woman for $1,000. Ono of ' In spito of tho hog dlscaso that rav- llngcrs had become dia-- j aged somo sections in 1890, thero wore eased aud had to bo removed and tho many more hogs marketed at leading doctor grafted the former's finger In points than iu 1805, aud their weight averaged probably ten pounds more per tho place of It. head. Tho fact that tho price was someTho Cincinnati Post figures tbnt. wi what lowsr than tho previous year seems persons havo lost their lives, 150,000 j?"1 to have made tho buying more FKANKJ.nKED. havo been rendnrnd linnu.li.uj n,i in . ,r "Tt-,,.,,,oColman's Rural World regards the r&rtiei having Inventions ther wish to pro. 000 farm animals havo drowned during Poland-Chinas the typical hog of tho tact should procure their eaten throuch on) Loulavllle. 1)'r'A- tho present great ilood In tho MississInventor's .Manual, a book containing grass belt It deolarcs that agency. patent, rando o( procdure, cost of etc., and ippi. Tho proporty loss is estimated at corn and Poland-Chinwhen the Berkshire and tho uiucriuiurmaiiuu, rcat iit.c. atnmn. 3100,000,001). patents wanted, for vblrhlanrc rami are respectively raised for n few ofOarllitnt oflercd, aont with the Manual, (ree. money arc generations in the belt indicated, they Wo for procured Comfort. No smoko, dust or cin- ussumo n typo very nearly resembling throurhnnd purcbasers Branchpatcnu In all tbe our agency. oftlcea ders on Queen &. Crescent Route limit- each other. Still breeders in tho central principal cities and In oil foreign countries. ed trains South. Hook ballast. Superb routhern states and those bordering ou THE WORLD'S PROCRESS, Wanted-- An O. J. Uailxt, Uanaecr,- VmiATt vnur Ideaai they may bring you wraith. trains with every comfort. Fast tirao tho gulf havo generally settled down 7 CO.. Patent PLUM 8T CINCIMNATI, O Write JOHN WKDPEKUUKN i.KW pr to offer and tho short lino from Cincinnati. D. C for tbelr into the conviction that the Berkshire ia aeyi LlUt of two hundred tayeatlona wanted. aur to tH4ntian thtt paptr the hog for them. A ! .11 it i plum-puddin- FRANKFORT AMdT-CI.HA- TI RY. g peach-cobbl- er elllor-esco- nl swine imported from all other countries. ier. Breeding cattlo adhiittcd into this Whe trie Snow Files. country must bo nccompauicd by u cerDar downy anowflakca fill the sky tificate that they have been subjected to Wo love them on tho wing; tho tuberculin test and found free from But when they fall and pile up high, That's quite another thing. tuberculosis; othenvio they vhall bo Chicago Record. detained iu quarantine one, week nnd subjected to tho tulterculiu test. All AT TIIK SMSQUEKADE. cattle found tuberculous must be returned to tho country whence shipiwd or slaughtered without compensation. Cattlo for feeding or stocking ranches must bo accompanied by a certificate bhowing that they aro free from any contagious disease and that (excepting tuberculosis) no Knch dtecaso exists in the district whence they came. Cattle in transit will be admitted nt any poit of tho United States and Canada iu bond, or in bond for oxKrtatiou by eu from any Canadiau port or from Fort land, Boston and New York. Nonuimals covered by this memorandum may bo placed on board cars till tho litter from previous loads has been removed and the car thoroughly cleaned I by Slessungcr Duroc IOC, son of Iliimlilutonlnn and slro of Elaine 2:20, tho dam of Norliilne, yearling record 2:31. 2 darn Hev SNter to Jame Howell, Jr., by Hamblotonian 10, slro of Dexter 2:17J. 3 dam Jcsslo Sayre by Harry Clay 45. slro of tho dams of St. Julian 2:llf. trwelll N. Y. Press. Ilodlno 2:I9f and 12 more that havo produced 2:30 trotArt avnd Chiropody. ters! also slruof thu dam of Electioneer, slro of 130 In "Among the landscapes in my pictho 2:30 INt. ture gallery," said tho chiropodist, I 4 dam by Liberty, son of Lance, bv American EcllpiO. have a picture of human feet, showing 2100, slro of Nalxith, Is ono of tho youngest ons of George Wilkes 519, their differences of peculiarities and record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:13, Guy Wilkes 2:15J, Mlko Wilkes 2:1SJ. Wilfonnatlon among the people of differ- cox 2:10 mid 02 others In the 2:30 list? also 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters, ent nations." Note. Naboth Is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 23, 183S. His pedigree con"Landscape? Feet?" nurprlscdly extains tho blood of Hainblctonlaii, George Wilkes, Mambrliio Wilkes, Pilot, Jr., and Harry claimed his guest. "Yes," returned the chiropodist; Clay. "cornfields, you know." Boston CourA-t ILii-vin- e X2a.s-u.r- Mrs. Uppenyte Well, what on earth hH that got to do with it? Mr. Uppenyte Just wait a little whllo and he'll be a- regular howling - dam Time' -- WlllaUo make the present season nt tho low prlco of 88 to Insure allvingcott. gantly bred and a sure foal gcttor. I will also stand a, $15to WILLIAM L., e My flue saddle stallion, Oolt. Ho is ele- TJflZQ Note. COOD JACKS HT $7. Owing to tho hard times and the low prlco of stock, I have greatly reduced sea-t- -o i fee of my horses and Jacks and considering their Individuality and breeding, thoy stand lower than any in tho State. Stable two miles south of Hustoiivlllu on tho Moreland J. K. HAUOHMAN. Ilustonvllle, Kv. h CariMMitur's Station pike. The great hornless bull, will bo Insured to get tniily calves from any kind of cows, whether thu cows havo horns or not. for S3. A suro foal getter, at J. T. HACKLEV. months old. 12 Danville Pike, will stand this Jack nt Silas Anderson's old stand 3 miles west of Proachorsvllle on the Stanford & 1'reachersvllloplke 1 XSed. !B-u.rle3- r, I will stnnd my nice young to Insure a colt four G. A. LACKEY, miles from Stanford. B2 S5 3 TACK JUMBO At $5 to Insure a Colt ! i Kaco record HENCE 2:24f. fifth heat mllo truck. on ono-h- alf Hel-tnont nt uir-vii-- Sired bv Hlunzl. Itlonzl was sired by To get up nnd suck nnd walk around tho and out of lllandlun. by Mambrlno inniv. no colt, no pay. if thu mart.' is trailed or removed from the Chief. Peace's dam was by Almout 1'orrjst, neighborhood without satisfying mo that sho son of Almont. Second "dam by Garrard Is not la foal, the season is forfeited and the Chief. Pence is a flue Individual, standing 10 JOHN 11. ANDF.ltSON. monev Is due. hands high, dark brown, perfectly bound and a horsu of great speed. Ho has gono a Tho Imported Trench Coach Stallion, mllo in 2:12. Will niako tho season of 1897 nt my place 3 miles from Stanford, on tho Hustonvillc pike, ut NOEL SON. FURIEUX 1594, DEHLERS 5 COHL, . J I ... 1 Stanford Tl.-r- i ri'-I- I. I Blue Grass Nurseries. TORE ROM SPRING, Will also stand a good Mulo Jack Varting with maro or moving out At Fiva Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. of the count forfeits insurance. i'urleux Na rich bav with small stripe In w.dghs Mares parted with or bred to other stock the face, stands full HI bands ana good style and fine ac- - ' forfeits insurance and makes season money 1.200 pounds, .. IIIII1 i i.i litis .(...I...... I..., ..i. ... tin. fin., ffiti.k . - uuv. IK1I1 "ii t. ...v. ".,Sllfllllll 11IIII1IIV Care taktm to prevent accidents, but not rs tun iin looklnir foi large, active ilrlv- sadilb-rs- . seo blm and ex responslbl should any occur. Mares grazed Call mill ers and amine his pedigree. Isjth of which you will at reasonable rates. find superb. T. A. COULTEIt, Stanford. Will also stand tho splendid jennet Jack, 27 nt 50 for mares and $10 for JenEmperor nets; samo terms as lior-- e. : I. S. TEV1S. Shelby City, Ky. lugcolt Will mnke tho season of l.97 at my stables imnrSliflbi t'ltv. Kv . at $10 to Insure a llv- - Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. . . III-- ENGLISH HUNTER. FOB IV. E;B3STT. P. WALTON. CANDY KITCHEN! FRESH Combined bay stallion, 10 hnndshlgh. Sired by Abdullah Messenger, ho by Messenger Chief, slro ot Maud Messenger, 2:10J. En3802, Standard. glish Hunter's dam bv Denny's Drennon, ho by Imported Drenno'n. I Will stand him hands this season at mv stablo 3 miles from Shelstallion, foaled 1SS4: 15 Illnck a model every way. Ho was sired by City, on tho Knob Lick and Tumersvlllo high and bv the great Dictator 113. I'lrst dam Alice plku at by Almont 33. record 2.39"-;- : 2d dam by Norman 23: 3d dam Voting Twyman mare. Will $5 To Insara A Living Colt. make tho season at my stable, Money duo wtien colt Is foaled or maro parted with. 1 will also stand ono lino young At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. bus proven a splenGeorge Dictator did breeder of speed, stylo and action. I will also stand 3-- George Dictator, "BIG ST. 4: DETROIT 01-- tf Kle-ga- EC, hands high, weighs 050 pounds, lilack with white points. Sired by tho groat champion Jack, Tom Kino, whoso reputation as a breeder Is know far and near. Bob Tail's dam by Levi Hubblo s Prince, better known At 8 to Insure a living colt. Seo my stock as Hob Tall. Hubblu's Prince was said to you breed. breed finer mules than any Jack that over before M. S. HAUGHMAN. stood In this county. Kcraumber Prince was Stanford, Ky. tho slro of Joe Hlackburn and Hrlguoll for which Mr. Hubblo could havo gotten 64,000 at one time. Joe Hlackburn alone brought $1,900. Hob Tall will make tho present season at PIVE DOLLAUS to Insure a living 10 H. P. POWELL. colt. CT-AT-fVI- SOB 15 TWO GOOD JACKS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OT STANFORD, KY. nt Capital Stock 5100,000. Surplus $15,750. MORGAN DENMARK. Morgan Denmark is a bav stallion, 10 hands high. Ho Is splendidly bred as a glance at his pedigree will sliow. llu will make the present season of ls97 at our stable, on thu new Lancaster pike, 5 miles from Danville, at NEW , IHn-lu- g I M-- one-thir- d T'-aln- s yBM0MM(D)MOMM N MOM MM0M0uMOIN1OIN1 I I ONFEDERATE MOMMQM0M A3M WCk N OM0G0Mq) Veteran. Tuo-Cent makes season money due. Morgan Denmark' was foaled In 189. He is by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson. 1st dam Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson: 2nd dam by Vlrglnlus'j 3rd dam by Matchless DIRECTORS and 4th dam by Transby. J. W. llaydcu, Stanford F.'ltel.l, Lincoln Co.; Morgan Denmark Is o'no of the best bred S. II. Haughtuau, " T. S. .. Harris, " saddle stallions in Kentucky. Hns good i 111 1. t; 11..1. .J ii niaiio and tail and good, long, rangy neck. " K. U Tanner, McKInnev. W. A. Trlbblr, J.II. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt ernon. Don't fall to see him. WlllaUo staud TWO GOOD MULE JACKS at !?0 to insure. M, D.Klmore, Stanford Mares grazed at 51.50 per month. orriCBRS. HAUGHMAN IMOS.. T. S. llocker, President; J. J. McIlol)erts, Cashier; 2 Danville. Ky. A. A. McKiuney, Asslstaut Cashier. 1 1 Attention of tho public U called to the f.ict that tills Is the only National Haul. Iu Stanford. Under tho provisions ot tho National Hank Act debitors are secured not only by the capital tock, but by tho sKKkhohlers' liability lor an amount equal tu tho Mock, so that dei"jsloisof this Institul'lvo sworn tion aro secured by a fund ol statements ot the condition ut the Hank aro made year to tho United States doMTiiment and Its each stated times aet are examined atadditional andby poreriiment jier'ect salety ajjeitts, thus secttrli-to detwsitors. ThUinstltutlon, originally established as the Deposit Hank if Stanford In 138, then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford in ISiU iindagaln reorRanlreil ns the Flrt National Hank of Stanford In 1S'-- ', has bad practlcullv an unlnterruiited existence for 33 years.. It Is better supplied now with lacllltles for transactlns business promptly and liberally than ever liefore In Its long aud lionorable career. Aeeounis of Individuals, fiduciaries, tiruis and Individuals solicited. s $6 To lasuro A Livinjj Caru taken to prevent accidents Colt. but not resjHinslblo should any occur. LI n retained ou colts for the season money. Marcs traded liefore fact Is ascertained vr n Farmers Bank& Trust Co. OF STANFORD, KY. WALLACE DENMARK 55. rk, oyiyiiiMi -- 0 m to-da- Pali up Capital, Surplus, HySumpter Denmark, Jr., ho bvGoddaid's Denmark, he by Gaines .V Cromwell's Don-maho by tho race horse Denmark, ho by Imp. Hedgeford. $200,000100 30, by Sir Wallace;First dam Fannie Wallace 2nd dam by Virglnlus; 17,603 80 3rd da in a Whip mare. SIO MU MM - OMVJMMIQI 0MM0IN10IN1IM0IM0 Wj111 MM0M010N10(N Mm M0 mo m jg jOl M1M0M0IM0M0N) M0MOMM Mm Idea 9SSSSS IpCViVJEjoi5p Patents W anted. tl 11 lly provisions of its charter, dejiosltors are a fully protected as are depositors In National Hanks, Its shareholders being held individually liable to theextrutof the amount of their slock therein at the par value thereof, iu addition to the amount in such shares. It may act as executor, trustee, Ac., as fully as an Individual. Tendering our thanks to those who have entrusted their business to us, we trust they will continue to do so, aud we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our 20) eurs' eXierkmco In bank-luand as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound lianUng. g THE INSURANCE. 3rd dam by Vide bo by Old Hlaek Hawk. 2nd dam Julia Wal- llli'ii Ill'Stli Willi. f.... I... 1... n. . , V " ioununters sir allace, ho by fclr' "" Albert, thoroughbred. Sixteen hands lilxrlt and a ixrf..,.t .i..i .uuwi i, IT.. Is I... Wallace Denmark 55 I1U seo Ids iodl-- o above. Lo.xel's first dam Mag 37, by i LEX&L262. DIRECTOR!. SIO a J. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cummins, I'reacbersvllle; J. U. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. 11. Shanks, William Oooch, 8. J. Ktubry, J. " Cash, A. W. Carjeutcr; J. E. Lynn, N. Menefee. 11. THE INSURANCE. BEIGNOLTJS. lrglnlus. 4th dam a Whip Maro. orriciRS. W. M. Hrlgnolus Is by Hrlguoll, Hubblo premium Jack, be by Prince. r known Hob Tall, who brought 51.500 to a Californiaas i,r-t- v. Hrlgnolus'tlam by Glaut.Cald wells' great . .sunn iui-kiiri'-liom- s a S. Shanks. President: J. U. Owslty, Cashier; with white points and of fine slzo and Hrlght, Teller bone. SSO IS lilriplr II. L'ood le WM !ni$ .. 01-00- s ... Season money Is duo ou all marcs bred to mystock when they aro either """"'-'- . traded or bred to other stock. Stock committed to my caru will rocoivo my personal attention. J. STEELE CAHPENTFR. im Hustonvillo, Ky. THE INSURANCE. (4 $' "P StfwbbiMft&iKAMUk rr.ii ,mi,i.i.,.i-,i.,,..iimI- .;,i ,., .,...1 ... (... ;. V " 'Tl 1iil-- l iilr-- i ft a ABOUT KAFFIR CORN. y FRUflSBSwERS &? IVL MOVING LARGE TREES. That Arc Emltr Transplanted Utiles to Ho Obnrrtnl. Elin9 A. Long, acknowledged authority in such matters, names tho conditions of success nnd failure in moving big trees in American Gardening some-whns follows : Mnch depends oil the kind of tree. Yew trees tako kindly to transplanting. Their roots aro compact nnd fibrous, honco a ball of earth of comparatively small compass contains nearly all of them. Arbor vitro, somo junipers, tho box, tho Indian azaleas and others belong to that class, and lending shado and forest trees do not. Of tho latter, Bomo aro more compact than others. Generally it is safo to coucludo that tho roots and tops aro nearly aliko in re spect to compactness that is, when, as inthocasoof thonativo elm, tho branches aro slender and long reaching tho roots aro likewise. Tho inoro compactly headed hard maples have roots compact in proportion. This matter has n practical bearing on tho question of trans- Tre nt fK -- 1 H r.ii II 11 ll ) M al Stockman and Fanner, writes, giving a word of caution as to this plant. WELSH MOUNTAIN SHEEP. Ho says: Two years' experienco with it in this my appreciation of Hardiest and Most Kindly ltrurrd Lamb j territory increases Iu Kxlstrticc. its value for regions where a lack of Wo find in an English journal, Tho is to bo feared and suflicient rainfall ' where there is probability of oxtrcmo Illustrated Penny Paper, a cut and dehigh temtwraturo and hot winds. On scription of what seems to bo ono of tho tho other hand, I would not think of ' most proiltnblo breeds of sheep to bo cultivating it in auyngion in which found anywhere. From tho description Indian corn can bo depended npon to of the Welsh mountain sheep wo judge do fairly well. The weight of evidence they would bo exceedingly profitable in is that the Kaffir is not fully equal to tho United Stilton, especially among corn in feeding value it is not well , that too largo clns of farmers who nro suited for feeding uuground to any class careless with their livo stock. Tho Welsh of stock aside from poultry nud possibly sheep is particularly hardy and would j fit in woll on poor and rocky lands with sheep. Hero there frequently is a consider- i scant herbage Tho English writer de- able growth after tho first crop is cut, scribes these sheep thus: Iii size they nro small medium. It giving a fair amount of pasturage. I would tako n very good early lamb to have not known a caso in which two i crops wero directly harvested. Littlo weigh 40 pounds in October. Somo I has been dono in tho way of dovoloping handled lately wero under 80 pounds, improved varieties, and 80 to 40 cent but they were very smnll nnd very Into per 100 pounds is a good, price for tho ones, Tho great causo of tho smnll sizo seed in tho regions in which millions of in theso sheep is in prematura breeding. It is quito common to seo rams running bushols uro grown. with and serving lambs not much over 0 . A Michigan fanner, writing from county, makes this report: "Tho months old. Tho Welsh sheep farmer is nothing if first days in Juno I planted two acres ho is uot keen nud anxious to multiply nnd had an euonnous growth; cut it tho middlo of October and set iu shocks his stock. They cost him senrcoly anyliko com; when cured, tied iu bundles thing. Ho has a freo mountain rango nud set them up again in larger shocks, going with his farm. Ho clips a great and later hauled iu burn when in good part of his flock twico a year, and ho shape. "But now for tho drawbacks. I find that tho seed will not mature hero and, owing to the stalks being full of juice, remain very heavy nnd hard to handle. Then, nfter mowing, it commenced to heat, becamo moldy and nearly nil unfit for feed. To those who wish to prepare for feed for lato summer or fall I would say, plant Kaffir corn by all means, but do not try to keep nny for winter use, except to leave it in tho field until fed out or unless you havo a drier climate "& than wo havo iu tho lower part of MichI , , ItcnulU of Practical TcU llrpnrtril From Oklahoma and Michigan. G. E. Morrow, director of tho Oklahoma station, in a letter to Tho Nation- 7?h HOGS IN THE SOUTH. Experience ol n PLANT RAPE. JWSJ Highly Siiccs-mln- l ol I Lo-naw- eo 1 n igan." I"" TIlAXSI'LAXmQ A LARGE THEE. a planting and is explained by aid of an illustration representing a elm. In preparing this for transplanting (seo cross sectional viow) a trench (A A) is cut aronud tho tree at threo feet from tho trunk, which provides for a hall of earth over six feet across to bo removed with tho tree. Assuming that tho roots equal tho branches in length, tho former aro hero shown in about their proper proportion. But in cutting tho trench as shown fully in length of tho roots arc cut off, with corresponding damago to tho tree Supposing that wo had a yow tree of tho sanio ago instead. Being without a trunk, tho head of tho yew would rest on tho ground, tho branches would bo Bhort and compact and tho roots quito similar. In that caso to dig n trench as shown would, uuliko in tho caso of tho elm, bo to retain nearly all tho roots and involve less risk in tho transplanting. From what has been said it might bo assumed that it would bo better to set out hard maples with their somewhat compact roots than elms that spread more. Yes, provided that in other tho first named aro transplanted with equal readiness. But such is uot tho case. Generally speaking, tho hardwood trees right through aro moro difficult to transplant than scft wooded ones. Whoro thero is hydrant water that can bo freely applied success may bo expected with tho elm and soft maple, both of whioli aro moisture loving trees. In transplanting largo elm nnd other deciduous trees tho rulo must bo to tho top in exact proportion ns tho roots havo been shortened. Assuming in tho caso of tho elm hero illustrated that somewhat moro than tho roots wero cut off, then somewhat moro than of tho head should bo cut away by triniaiiug out some branches entiro and cutting all others back. Do tho work in winter, when tho earth is frozen. Tho timo to prcparo for tho removal is beforo tho ground is frozen solid, tho first job being to dig tho trench. Then when frost has penetrated, throughout tho ball tho removal can tako place. one-ha- lf ts re-du- Pf a El I'M fc V' ono-ha- lf one-ha- lf it : if h. ' i J ( t Growing llulbs. Bulbs require n good dcop, rich soil. Professor Irish of tho Shaw School of Botauy advises covering tho bulbs with fine manuro two inches deep nnd working it into tho soil during tho summer. Fall bulbs Bhonld bo in tho ground for threo years. Crocuses can bo put into any part of tho lawn, and they will como op through tho grass early in tho spring, thus making dainty spots of color whilo tho weather is still cold. Plant hardy bulbs in November and spring bulbs in early spring. Scott' Winter Apple. Dr. Haskins of Vermont is quoted as saying that "through tho northwest as well as in northern New England, especially in Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota, Scott's Winter is considered tho beet applo for tho lato winter market No other variety so productive of such handsomo fruit will grow north of tho point where tho Baldwin fails to endnro tho cold. Violet Tho Campbell Sjotcm. The Campbell system of soil cnltnro consists of a complete rearrangement WELSH MOUNTAIN LAXinS. and pulverizing of tho top seven or eight inches of sou, turning it as nearly bot- sells his lambs ntn very low prico before tom upward ns is possible. Tho plant winter sets in, so as to havo no troublo food is found at tho end of each season nbont winter keep nud care of tho flock. very largely concentrated in tho top four I havo seen fair lambs of this breed sold inches. Tu' plant food must bo plowed in tho November fairs at 0 and 7 shil- -' down into u!o bottom of n furrow seven lings each ($1.50 to $1.75), nnd tho or eight inches deep. From this depth it I' fnnners consider tliemselves fairly well will bo placed by tho notion of moisturo paid for rearing them if they can sell justwhero tho littlo feeders of tho plant them for thoso prices. As to tho typo, roots want it. Immediately after plow- hero uro o couple. Mothers at 10 months old sometimes, ing tho lower four inches of tho furrow no wonder they run small and produce slice must bo packed ns firm as possible. After tho deep plowing and subsur- j only ono young nt a timo. In hnbit those face packing tho next step is to keep tho i sheep aro quiet and give little trouble, upper two inches of thosurfneo foil con- but they lovo to bo on the tops of tho stantly dry. This forms n soft mulch or mountains in fine weather. There is dust blanket, so as to cut off tho moist money in theso sheep as lambs for marearth below from tho effects of the air. ket, if any of my readers want an openWater cannot pass through loose, dry ing. Surely if Welsh mutton in London soil by capillary attraction. Therefore is worth 8 pence or 0 pence (10 to 18 tho dust blanket protects tho moisturo iu cents) per pound, nud if lambs at 25 tho root bed from evaporation and saves pounds can be bought for 0 or 7 shillings, nil tho natural raiufnll for tho uso of thero is money in them. Wolsh sheep tho plants. Stiong capillary attraction farmers do not get it not they. It goes is desired in tho root beds, nud therefore into soval pockets on its way to tho tho root bed is packed. No capillary at- family table of the towu consumer. The meat, as tho farmers themselves traction is desired iu tho surface, and know it nnd eat it fresh off tho mountherefore tho dust blanket is formed. tains, is delicious. Thero is no other Exchange. mutton liko it, nnd I think for invalids' Molstnro In Celery Growing. fare and for euy digestion it is tho A New Jersey gardener gives his plan nud sweetest of flesh food I know of celery growing iu The American Agriof. Tho lambs will uot fatten to any advantage. They want a few weeks' good culturist. Ho says: I prepaio tho ground early in tho keep, and then to bo killed nnd eaten spring, sow tho seed whoro tho sun can during tho early winter months. Of strike, and thus get a healthy growth. courso tho meat is nearly all lean. If After sowing tho seed cover up tho bed fat thero bo, it is inside tho animal, nud with old carpet or old bags and keop iu mixed up with its flesh. Let mo moist. Moisturo is an essential in celery what somo unxious 'looker out" growing. Leave tho covering on tho beds may liko to know of a small farmstead, until tho plants aro all up, then removo with a plain and sometimes badly built nnd keep tho ground moist and free from cottage on it, attached to 10 or 20 acres weeds. Tho middlo of July I prepare of poorish pasturo and arablo laud in tho ground for tho plants by digging somo out of tho way valley that is renttrenches about ten inches deep aud put ed at 10 shillings nn acre house, farmin each trench three inches well rotted stead and nil and that has with its manure and two inches soil. Tako up tenancy a right on tho mountains to freo tho plants nnd cut off tho tallest leaves sheep pnsturago for, say, 1,000 sheep. and thoroughly wet tho roots and set in Such farms aro quito common in both tho trench. Do uot puddle around plants. North aud South Wales. It is injurious. Keep froo from weeds aud earth up, and you aro almost suro Home Ilenda. of success. I raised tho Giant Pascal The illustration hero given is copied last year, and better celery I uover saw. from a quaint and interesting German book called tho "Guido to a Kuowl-edg- o HoL'kfepInu In Wisconsin. of tho Exterior of tho Horse." Tho At n meeting of tho Wisconsin Bee- writer divides horses according to tho keepers' association at Madison it was shape of their heads into three classes reported that thero aro about 35,000 colonies of bees in that stato. Last year tho bee product was 1,700,000 pounds honey and 100,000 pounds beeswax; 100,000. total wholcsalo valuation, The passage of a law to suppress foul brood nmoug bees was urged. Foul brood was reported iu uiuo counties and about 1,000 colonics. I ten-dcrc- st do-'pi- ct good fortune nnd to my well wntered farm and untiring efforts to keep hogs clean of all mites, lire, eta I believe over half tho hog diseases nnd deaths are caused from cloo confinement, "Kind water and pnro neglect. I give all my hogs except boars, tho run of 80 or 40 ncres wood pasturo that has large quantities of mast timber, finch ns oak, birch, hickory and walnut. Tho walnuts hogs will not or cnunot eat until iu winter or after hav ing been frozen. This pasture has a last-iu- g spring of pure running wnter limning through it. My brood sows nro taken up a short time, say ten days, beforo fnrrowins timo and kept up in small lots until pigs uro weaned, when they are bred nnd turned back in lot, and pigs are keptupand fed until 0 or 10 mouths old. Then, if not sold, they aro either put iu the smokehouse or turned out iu the herd. This is my experienco with tho different breeds of swino in tho stato of Tennessee, They may do better for others in tho stato or elsewhere. I may not havo had the best strains of tho different breeds but I thought I had. I paid enough for them. I will now endeavor to givo yon my idea of feeding nud caring for pigs from fnrrow to tho block. First, I givo tho sow a good, quiet place to farrow in. If in winter or cold weather iu spring tho latter I prefer a small house is prepared for ther.i in each sow lot of about or acre, a clean bed of wheat straw or leaves tho latter I prefer which is changed onco or twico in seven days or as the cao may require. Not more than ono sow is allowed iu n lot beforo sho farrows, but after pigs aro a or 8 weeks old two sows may be allowed to bod together. Tho sows aro fed on oats, barley and a small quantity of com ground together, shorts, bouts parsnips turnips for at least a week beforo farrowing, in small rations. When tho pigs como, nothing is given the sow for at least 2 hours except cool water. Tho third day should login witii mixed food, again in small quantities, increasing feed gradually until you get to full rations again. Thou I add all tho milk that can bo had, sweet or sour. When pigs are strong enough, they are allowed full sway to go whoro they please except iu garden. Sows uro kept confined in icn and fed all tho milk producing food they will eat. Pigs have small pen iu comer of sow lot, which tho sow ennuot get into, iu which a trough is placed aud kept full of food for tho pigs to eat at will. When pigs are 8 or 10 weeks old, tho sows can bo removed without nny harm being done to either sow or pig. The pigs are retained in the pen nt least ton days longer, until they nro entirely weaned. Then they can bo turned ont every morning into a clover flold, fed iu pen two to threo times a day on oats, barley, wheat br.iu or shorts and a smnll quantity of coru ground altogether, equal parts, and a small quantity of linseed meal, old process, added thereto, and n littlo milk would uot be objectionnble. and about two weeks before killing they should bo confined iu pen und fed on com exclusively, to make tho meat firm. This is tho treatment I gavo about 25 head of my Berks year beforo last. They wero tho refused ones, or not fit for breeders, ont of 80 or 00 head, and they averaged not, 7 to 12 mouths old, 210 pounds of nice meat. I havo 15 hoad loft this year for my kill out of about (10 head farrowed; will bo at killing tinnr 8 to 0 months old nud will bo cared for as above Mated. My treatmont to brood sows is different. I do not boliovo in confining them und fowl full, but rather let them havo tho run of pasture nnd feed light, just enough to keep them gentle, except when they nre carrying pigs; then I feed full, ns abovo stated. 11. D. Nichol of Tenuosseo in Southern Stock Farm. suo-cess one-fourt- I attribute my Herkhlr'. Ilreeder h ono-ha- lf 1 J l.l 1 1) .stock I'uintH. Things That Aro Told. In Favor. 1 r Princess of Wales is un extremoly fragrant violet. Swanley White is a double violet, pnro white and fragrant. Slnglo violets aro popular, and among these tho Luxonno ranks high. Admiral Avellan is another French variety. Its flowers aro of 'a bright reddish purplo. California violets, as usual, find patrons. Hndaoa Valley Frnlt Grower. The now society organized under tho name Hudson Valley Horticultural society is expected to cover tho countfea along the Hudson river from Washington south and also Long Island. The first meeting will be held at Ponghkeep-i- e March IMS. V From tho Ohio station comes tho report, "Spring wheat, so far as it has been tried in Ohio, has been a failure." Professor Tip Id has not found tho Japan plums hardy in tho northwest and is crossing them with Do Soto. Tho outcome is a superior plum for that sec, tion. Tho Minnesota School of Agriculture has a total attendance this tenn of 851, 203 taking tho regular cour&o and 01 tho factory courso in dairying. Tho barberry as a hodgo plaut for Iowa is tho recommendation of the N. E. Iowa Horticultural society. Tho Cninpboll system of soil cultnro has been tried at sovorul points in North Dakota, Nebraska and other states with satisfactory results. Timothy and redtop and alsiko clover make an oxcellent combination for slough lands. r For piutnrcs, bluegrass nnd whito should seldom bo separated. Both grow on upland and in the valley. One is the complement of tho other. olo-ve- BAM'S HEAD, HALF bTKAIOIIT HAM'S HEAD. HEAD AND I ' classes tho entiro equine raco is included. Tho writer proceeds to toll us that tho ram headed typo is found today in its highest perfection among tho various canine families of Srmiu and Holstoin, among certain strains of blood in tho horses of Austria and in Italy. Belonging to tho half ram's hoad typo wo havo tho Norman, Berber, Russian and Polish horses. What tho author designates ns tho noblest blooded of all tho horses of tho orient uro marked by tho straight head. A straight profllo iu a horse is thereforo liko a Greek profllo in a human being, a mark of high birth und aristocracy. of yonng hogs iu tho country generally the straight head, tho ram's head and tho half ram's head. In theso three It is agreeable to noto that tho stock of old corn to be eaten up between now is fully as large as it was a year ago and probably larger than then. This is a good thing, for there will bo a big lot and nert fall Begin at tho start to care for your owo lambs just right. You want them in their turn to produce largo and vigorous lambs. Do not confine them, but let them havo free ran iu tho fields so soon as it is wann enough, having always a shelter to which they can como when they wish to. Feed them nil they will eat, not much fattening food, however wheat bran, clover hay, a small quantity of oilmenl. These, with good pasturo nnd plenty of water, will bring them along beautifully. It is a mistake to think that Bheep do not require wutcr. Alfalfa does not succeed well in tho belt of land of which northern Ohio is u part. It freezes out. In southern Ohio nnd in neighboring states along tho same latitude it gives promiso of ultimately lcing successful. Animals, especially sheep, aro bo fond of it that iu winter thoy will leave tho best timothy to get at it any timo. Wo hope stock men in tho belt of latitude corresponding to southern Ohio will givo alfalfa n thorough trial in small patches for several years. If it oau bo mado a permanency, it will givo mutton sheep and lambs and beef cattle a great lift. Alfalfa fed beef and lamb aro prime. Professor Theodore Lewis of Wiscon sin says of hog plagues, "With rigid quarantining and cleanliness, no breed, er need over fear disease, " When you raise beef cattle, always dehorn them. Thoy mako less troublo, are less nervous and fatten moro easily. The dehorning must bo dono when they uro calves with tho horn just budding as a lump uuder the skin When all is said nud dono, thero is nothing that grows which will tako tho place of just plain old fashioned corn Indian corn It is cheaper to grow, produces larger crops and contains more nutriment to tho acre than nny other plant Besides that, it is America's own native stand by. But it must be fed along with other and more nitrogonoua pzodcots in order to got sufficient iie. done nud mosolein an animal. plants as cabbage, mustard, turnips nnd rutabagas. In its early growth it resembles the turnip to a marked degree. PLANTING STRAWBERRIES. It may be planted or mjwii broadcast on woll prepared ground any time nfter Stamlnuto ami I'lstllluto Variolic Select frost is out of tho ground until tho midViirlrtlr That ltli'ii In Succession. seaago tho Miawbcrry was grown dle of July and will in favorablewhen Years sons make considerable pasturo with disregard to tho sex of tho plant, Pioplo did not know thero was a innln sowed as Into as tho 1st of August, but put iu tho nud n female, staminatu nnd pistillate, makes its best growth when hns lxfoino ground or imperfect blossom, nnd if all ground after tho seeding female, pistillate or iuitorfect flowering thoroughly wann. Tho earliest but slower plants wore set out thoy would only pro- will mako a yield growth, There will aio jnr acre. duce small, iuferior fruit. Now thoso make a lnrger none recsamo varieties which produced small, several varieties of raio, but for our foil or climate that inferior fruit planted with tho male, ommended to tho Dwarf Eskx. This superior statninntc, or ix'tfeet plant bring forth is can be had at tho first class eod stores ' an abundant crop of salable fruit. jKiunds of seed when What amount of staminatos is needed From four to flvo sown broadcast will bo ampl", and half to fertilize tho pistillate varieties and an acre if it is how shall they bo planted? On this that amount will plaut drilled iu rows 30 inches apart. This question frnit growers differ. Hero is method ts recommended moro for tho what a Prairie Farmer correspondent early than tho later planting, for tho writes iu this connection: rent-othat some cultivation may be Much doiH'iids upon tho variety and necessary to keep the woods down. This also tlio season. Somo of tho stain inatcs is more are much letter fertilizers than others, ' would apply also to ground that or loss foul. beiug heavier yielders in pollen. Somo This plant has a sieeillo place and is years tho atmosphere is iu tho right recommended for a sheep food and can condition for the pollen to disseminate may bo among tho pistillate and again tho timo be used iu two ways: FirM, it cut and fed in tho barns and is especialof fertilization is cloudy, with frequent sheep, for showers, making it impossible for tho ly gxl for fixing up show gotten out bringing up sheep that have pistillatos toboconiowell fertilized, and feel iu tho same consequently a smnll crop of jioor qual- of order, and may bo way to the general flock. But its wider ity fruit. Tho pistillatos aro, as a rulo, For this purpose it more productive than tho Mnminntes, use is as a pasture. is a good plan to plaut somo at the timo nnd wo would bo inclined to plaut as every two or mnny pistillatos as xssiblo and still of oats howing nnd plant threo weeks after that until tho 1st of have them well fertilized with stamiTin's would under ordinary natos. At ono timo staminatos August. circumstances furnish good pasturo f pistillatos wero used. I am and satisfied from experiments tried that throughout tho season. high, tho sheep When thoraiw is 2 foet s staminatos and may bo turned into If, lambs earlier, but pistillatos, or ono row of htnminntes to if possithree rows of pistillatos will fertilize the precaution should betaken, pasture ble, tohtivethcm run into an old sufficiently. Now tho question will arise, Why not plant all staminatos and field thnt joins the rnjwi patch, for tho agree) not bo bothered with lxUh? If our stand-nnto- s rajm alone will not likelylikely towith oat them. WhilB they are not wore ns good yielders ns our too much tho first few dnys there is then thero would bo no necesafter thoy get to eating it that sity of both, but wo havo as yet to find dangermay thoy overload whilo it is wet, htnminntes that will equal tho heaviest which may result in indigestion or yielder iu pistillate. bloating, and iu some instances purgA second corroa)oudeut calls attention Ihj a result. Tho dry pasture, to tho impoitaiico of planting varieties ing may even if not very plenty, will correct in that ricu in succession so thero may mot oases all theso difficulties. If tho x) berries from early to very lato. If tho first few days aro passed without trougrower's market bo a small and limited l but littlo if any dan one, ho is thus enabled to supply it blo. there will ger nfter that. But it will nlways le through seven or oight weeks. If his market is huge nnd unlimited nud his judicious to look after them frequently. During the past summer wo turned acreage is limited solely by tho sizo of his picking force, it enables him to pick our lambs after weaning into a field that had U'on mowed and on which moro than twico as much. i there was plenty of pasture until after i tho 1st of Octolvr. In ono corner of Trco I'conlr. Amateurs usually havo a iramlvr of this field wo had planted a rape patch plants which grow to somo littlo size, enrly iu May. At tho timo of turning and which nro known us tub plants, that these lambs into tho field, tho 1st of Auaro easily transferred during tho winter gust, it was iu good condition for thorn and yet form striking leds when placed to work on; but, on account of tho seaiu judicious situations on the lawns in sonable rains mid abundant pasture, thoy tho summer time. Oranges lemons ate but littlo rnjo until tho pasture d hydrangeas, oleanders, yuccas, jkhiio. grow short, after which thoy eating it gradually, nud durgranato.s and other similar plants will readily como to tho mind of tho render. ing tho mouth of Novemlvr thoy almost Ono of tiio most desirable of this class lived iu tho rnjo patch aud during that of tub plants is very rarely soon name- month gained moro in live weight than ly, tho tree peony. Meehan iu his in nny previous month. On the first monthly explains that, as usually seen day of December, when thoy wore put iu gardens, they do not mako much of into tho barn for the winter, not u vess tige remained of the mpu except a show liecauso it tnkos many years four or live inches of tho stalks of thoy can grow to largo sjiecimoiiH, Each shoot only makes two or threo each plant sticking out of tho ground. When this plant is oaten or cut off. it buds a year, and each of those buds will mako a flower tho year following. But starts a new growth nlmot immediateiu fivo or ton yonrs a bush in flower ly m.d continues to glow until niter u striking appearance. A large freezing weather sots in. FroMH uliiuo tree peony is usually considered of groat do uot kill it, but it will stand several value. A 10 or 12 year old plant would degrees of freezing without being inlie worth uoaily as many dollars as it jured. If, however, six op are pastured had been yours growing. It is a never on it ami biouk off tho brunehes whilo it is frozen, it results iu a ponnaucnt. ceasing object of growing interest. injury to the phuit, ltov Mtiltlllnra ilapoulca. e linpo is liable to an attack by tho aphis. This littlo post is capable As described iu Gardening, Rosa multifiora jiipouicu is a stout bush, of destroying u whole field within a arching about tho middle. Tho Moms very low days. Agricultural Bulletin. arc bright green und round, armed with Mm hlixk I'lilnt, strong aud nharp spines. It flowors in In Austruliii, iu n spot whoro, 30 groat racemes of 20 to 50 flowers, onch as largo as a silver quarter, pure, bril- years ago, there was a desert of millions of acre of soft sand, there uro now millions of acres of pasture laud, with uncounted uumltcrs of sheep and cattle grazing upon it. Tho cuttle that at first pastured on laud adjacent to tho icr . desert began tramping tho sand of it A'X& down hard by traveling over it. When rWj;wro-- : ft. it became compact, coarso grass and ' n hi, am i thin herbage began fo grow upon it Ihis inci eased, tho soil becamo firmer, and now thero is a moderately good covering of pasturage over tho wholo ono-half Method of SiMvlnir a I'loliI With Till Tt- crllcnt Miccp IVmmI. It belongs to tho samo family of ! one-hal- one-fourt- h throe-fourth- pis-tillate- s, i iom-tmncc- re jht-Imp- pro-on- ts c.ib-Img- - ( b$ . MMm iyra lr-M- ZmViA vm.w .', space. I ISOSA M1JLT1KUWA JAltlNICA. linnt whito with bright nnd a ixiwcrful perfume thnt brings tho and tho sheep are very foud of them. honeybees. Tho flowers last ten days. Cabbages may bo kept in caves iu tho Tho heps uro bright red and lust all ground. winter. Don't doctor your livo stock too Tf ta nlnttiwwl f litif T?un mill I M'iny fwders mako perfect slop japonicnis perfectly hardy. Iu tho vi-- 1 m uimuuiB oiuui- ' Cambridge it is said tlmfc tho """ "' " cinity of ' achs and their own and their children's tops havo never killed hack, although thero was no protection except tho mulch as well. Just keep your livo etock clean nud comfortably stabled, let it havo necessary to prevent too early action. plenty and u variety of good food and nbunduuco of pure water, aud then just lliuldrd reach Treef. Numbered with other fallacies in hor- lot unturo alone. Sho is a better physiticulture is the idea that "seedling cian than any horso or cow doctor, peaches tiro more hardy and relinblo though ho has n dozen diplomas. There than budded trees." A writer in Tho aro simple surgica.1 operations that evAmerican Agriculturist tested this nnd ery intelligent stock raiser must underHo must know among other reported as follows A large number of stand. seedlings and budded trees wero planted things how to relieve animals that are under identical conditions. Seven yours choked or foundered. Votcriuarian proafter they were planted tho percentngo fessors aro liko tlie physicians of tho of loss among the seedlings wns more human family they havo invented than double that of tho buddod trees more diseases th'nu thoy havo ever cured. Hon. C. D. Gilflllun of Minnesota Tho fruit boruo by tho seedlings, which wero grown from seed of choice seedling claims that beef cattlo oau be raised fruit, was without exception inferior to and fattened moro profitably in tho that from the budded trees. Tho seed-lin- t' cold northwest than iu the middlo corn fruit ripened within ono'mouth iu belt, In a cold, dry season, with zero midsummer, while tho buddod varieties weather, he fouud his cattle gauwl 00 yielded delicious fruit from May to No- pound a montli, whereas hi damp, vember. Tho budded trees gave fruit in changeable weather, such as is common unfavorable seasons, when the seedlings for winters farther south, the gain was failed. A severe frost on the 20th of only 40 pounds a mouth Mr Gilflllun March seriously injured tho seedlings lately sold 2,000 Minnesota beore thnt killed bank the tops while the bud- brought him, after all expense were ded trees weru not injured. paid, $2.00 a head profit. " ' results by feeding cabbages to lambing golden stamens ewes. They increnso the How of milk, Professor Craig has reached excellent ".i I, " L c vmmmtmmmm r - - "--f- i ...j.. r ,.. rr r 4 JumjJijmL 0tttktkm THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mies. "Will SuVr.ieANoi: entertained Want a truss ? Craig & Ilockerwlll guarantee lit and satisfaction. tho Economical Culb from 3 to f afternoon. It goes without Bay Sr.K our lino of cheap wall paper bo Ing that tho club wan aa royally fore you purchase. New and cheaper. feasted iiH it was beautifully entertainStanford, Kv., Aimul iC, 1897 ed. W. H. MoHolKirts. GnoieGK L. Pr.NNV got buck from s A nkw line of straw mattings at K. C Walton, Buhinkss Manaukh. Casey yesterday whero ho went to fish, that will suit the times at W. II. satlslled that Harrow's pond is good Shanks. enough for him. Ho says It begun A ohkat display of pattern bonnets Ai.aiiastini:, tho groat wall finish,' raining us soon as hi crowd got to tho In made in l.'l different colors. lSvoryi and children's hats Friday, 10. Everycolor In in stoclc now at Penny s Drug river und that Green Uiver now looks body invited to come and Inspect my liko an ocean. Store yea-toril- Garrard's tax rato has been reduced. to 15c. Ours was increased two cents more than tho entiro tax rate there. Let's all move over thedinc. THE TIME FOR 1 JK PERSONALS. Die. HOMEJJEWS, Eastkic Smm)iis to order. Dunks. mill m J. G. Caupkntkh has boon quite W.m. sick for several days. Attoiinky Aykks, of Pino AI.COUN DaNICS' Silver Novelties for Easter. m EASTHie egg dyes .1 cts. a package at Hihiioi', of the West End, Craig & Hocker's. Is down with the typhoid fever. Mil. Sim HmtKiNH, of Garrard, is a PlMtr. Maple Sugar, 15 cts a pound. jxitlont ut Joseph l'rlce Infirmary. Warren & Shanks. Mie. .). T. HieowN, of Hurrodsburg, Latiist stylos and tints In stationary is visiting bis nelce, Mrs. H. IC. Wour-uat Craig A: Hooker's. Just received. 1'HlSt) ville, was hero Tuesday. JUlKilt AND MlCS. .1. W. wont to Cincinnati TuoMlay. BoieN, to the wife of Thoo. Povvoll, a girl. I. n. and Miss Hnohol MUS. JKNNir. Wc-LIColloy, of Danville, wore guests of Mrs. T.J. 1 1 111. Si:r.t) sweet and Irish iotatoeH In great variety at Higglns k. MclCIn-ney's. n Mil. W. C. Wmiti:, of l'arksville, was hero this week with his brother, Mr. J. M. White. Mies. Die. U COKTUIOHT best roof. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dr. J. G. CarKjnter. II. HieiuUT Fr.ieieil.l. has been assigned to a distillery near MeWhorter, J. M. IlLACK.of ICnoxville, county. A Laurel county. Lebanon Wednesday to see after tho Maccabeo lidgo at that place. Mies. Jamks F. Cummins spent several days with her brother, Mr. L. A. Mil. M. F. EI.KIN went to CltAHl Mautin, who lives near Hales' Well, is very low with the chancer against his recovery. Miss Josimmiink Engi.uman went to Louisville yesterday to take a iwsitlon In a telephone exchange. Miss 1'aui.inb Mkihk, of Loub-vlllarrived Wednesday, to visit her brothers and sister here. Mie. S. II. GODMAN.of Wabash, Intl., an old friend of Mr. J. E. Carson, of the East End, Is his guest. Mie. T. S. Wr.iui, Jit., of ICnoxville, joined his wife and children at Judge M. C. Sautley's Wednesday. Hkv. S. M. LooaN and Mr. .John J. o, l'cttus, at Livingston. McKobort wont to Campbellsvlllo yesterday to attend I'rc&bytery. Mies. Gkokok I TaUH.man and eon, Ned Healy, acoompiinled I low George Taubman to Nowort yesterday. 1 Miss Louklla Uuiuht, of Middles-Iwrcame down to attend tho trial of tho Hright will case and was a witness. W. P. IlAtNUS, of Livingston, was on Tuesday's t nil en route to Lebanon to represent his church at the Presbytery. Mie. W. II. Dkoman Is shipping his o, 11 household goods to Somerset, whero ho will go In a few days nnd open a barber chop. J. C. J ONUS, of Pinoville, wason yesterday's train returning from Frankfort, whero ho had leon to lobby a bill or two through. Mies. 11. S. Lyti.k wont to Louisville Wednesday to upend a few weeks with her husband who Is there waiting on the Spring trade. C'Ol.. .IaMKS H. OWKNS and son, Mr. Cabbell Owens, of Stanford, wore tho guests Saturday of Mr. Goo. llohou. Hurrodsburg Saying. Die. Jackson Giviins canio down from Pittsburg yostorduy to tee his brother, George Glveiir, who Is 111 at his home near Shulby City. Hon. John Sam Owsi.ky, Sit., is representing Walnut Flat church at the meeting of tho Cumberland Presbytery in Montgomery county. Ja.mi:s Enoi.i:maN has just completed bin four year' apprenticeship with Dunks, tho Joweler, and is considering an oiler ho has from a Boston party. IlKV. J. H. Cieoucil and wlfo ask us to thank tho good people who remembered them so substantially a week ago. They are very proud of tho kind treatment. Hi:v. L. L. PiCKirrr went over to Harrcxlsburg Wednesday to remain unwhen ho will return and til his preaching at tho Methodist church. His wife and children have returned to tholr homo In Louisville. Ui:n Wbauun, who has been with Hlgglns & McIClnney for several years, and will givo up his job he will go to Nashville to next week look after his father's buggy exhibit at tho Centennial. Jack llout will succeed him at tho store. to-d-ay re-su- mal school. Misses Annlo McIClnney, Esther Uurch and Laura Helm will remain through another term of eight weeks. Miss Elizaiikth Slaymakuk, a clever young painter, the daughter of How W. A. Slaymakor, of Berkley, has sold her picture, "Tho Fates," to Mr. J. J. Adams, of Now York, for Miss Sluymnker has another ex$100. cellent picture on exhibition now, a copy of 0110 of tho most pleasing examples of Bougorcau's art, "The Days 'flint, Aro No More." She is working diligently, nnd although too young un artist to attract uttontion abroad, sho wins hearty and discriminating praise hero. Norfolk, Va., Dispatch. MissksANNii: DUNN, Marie Warren and Nora Phillips returned Wednesday morning from Lebanon, Ohio, whero they havo been attending a Nor- receivJ. H. Paxton, Esq., tells his party Escapkd. Marshal NewlandWednessays in ed a dispatch from Frankfort this Issue that he would like to bo that J. L. Carter will be appointed honored with the office of county at- day stating that Will Evans nnd Chas. jKwtmubtorut Mllledgeville and John torney again. Ho has made a most ex- Lillard, both Negroes, had escaped Young at Highland. cellent olllcerand his record Is an earn- from the penitentiary and were at large.- Lillard Is from Henderson. Hkad W. W. Withers' advertise- est of what he will do In tho future. Ills They scaled the wall and let themselves ment If you want to save money. Ho capacity and his democracy are unques- down by a ropo made of fine cords of hasalmost anything you want and his tioned. hemp. Tho public Is pretty well acprleosaro lower than nnybody's. Wni.i. PitiKievi:D. Mrs. W. S. quainted with Evans, who was sent up Warren, of this place, who is In her for live years In June last for breaking Paint Shop. -- Nathan Belden and J. Gflth year, is probably the best pre- Into and stealing jewelry from B. H. C. Dawson, two oxjort painters, havo served woman In the State and she can Dunks' show window. It will bo reopened n general paint shop in the old Christian church building on DojHJt do more banl work now than most wo- membered thut he was located In Cinmen who are not half as old. Besides cinnati by Will Lovelace, of this place, street. doing all of bar house work she weaves and that it was thought when he was SHOT. While cleaning his gun at on an average 10 yards of curH!t per brought here that he was implicated W. C. Wolfonl's store near Huston-villiday. She has woven enough carpet in with his father. Dick Evans, in the Young Hussell was shot in the her day to cover all tho floors In Stan- Tate and Shanles steals, but tho grand left arm by the accidental discharge of ford and a great many of them aro the jury failed to indict him in those cases. tho weajKjn. Tho member will likely fruit of her loom. Evans Is a bad one and it Is sincerely have to be amputated. hoed that ho will soon be captured Tlliuoll-gatraiders continue to get and returned to the penitentiary. Ho MY annual spring opening will go on In their work in other counties, but we Saturday will are gratified to say they havo ceased is 22 years old, five feet, 9 inches higln and and Ihj devoted to tho children. Don't full their oHrallons in this county. It is has a scar on his left jaw bone weighs 159 iKiunds. Lillard is 23, the to let your llttlo girl come. Huts and high time that they were forced to do same height of Evans, has a scar in the bonnets to suit everybody and prices to so everywhere Their acts are fast centre of his forehead and weighs 140. suit tho times. Miss Liccie Hcazlcy. leading to anarchy and the next step Lati:u. Their liberty was of short will be repudiation and confiscation If duration. A dispatch from Versailles TllK decadence of tho horse business the lawless element will not listen to says that both were captured in a barn Is shown In the fact thut two years ago reason, the whole country ought to rise we had more than two pages of stallion near thut city Wednesday. up nnd put the scamps to lllght or in and jack advertisements. This year we prison. have less than two columns and thut RELIGIOUS. As Einmctt Logan, of the Louisville represents the difference in the numRev. G. II. Turner will preach at ber that is standing this year and In Times, would say this is the wettest since Noah took that llttlo voy- Wulnut Flutut 11 A. M. und 7 P. M. 18115. spring age. It rains everyday and more each next Sunday. Samuel Bishop, succeeding day and If tho land was six IlKltK.'s ANOTHKie. Rev. Win. Crow has accepted a call of the Turnersvllle section, tells us feet under water it could bo as well till- to run for superintendent of schools in Mndi&on county. that he has a relative In Pulaski who ed as now. More ruin, statlonury downs Casoy county's fat boy, Fred Owing to tho absence of the pastor, Is the best the signal service Durham. His name Is John Zeller and offers at present. A beautiful rainbow f there will bo no preaching at the Pres fouryearsago when he was 15 ho weigh- showed Itself Tuesday afternoon, but byterian church Sunday. ed 2&S H)iinds. Mr. Bishop has not seen-hi- even rainbows are no longer a promiso Prayer meeting will be held nt the since but is satisfied that he of fair weather. Baptist church on Wednesday nights weighs at least 500 now. instead of Friday hereafter. Tin: Wuynesburg people are looking The contributions of the Baptists of Wi: have at last scon a woman who forward to a big time Decoration Day. tho United States last year, as reportvoted In a general election. A lady Tho graves of u number of Masons who ed, were about $12,000,000. from Colonido was on Wednesday aro burled at old Double Springs I will preach nt Preacher&ville on night's train on route to tho new gold church will be decorated and at 11 Sunday at 11 A. M. My subject, "Tho fields In North Carolina, wherehorson-In-lao'clock there will bo old time services Resurrection." 11. B. Muhony. Is largely interested, and she at New Double Springs church) Some Tho Kentucky Sunday School Union told us thut she voted for Bryan as did old preacher, who hasn't yet been de- report 1,032,197 white adults in this all tho rest of her family, although cided on, will preach, only the older State not enrolled in any' Protestant thoy hud previously been republicans. jieoplo will participate in the singing, Sunday sehool. Sho says she has great confidence In no organ will bo used and such songs Rev. J. P. McMillan, of Chattanooga, her husband's judgment and voted as as "Old Hundred" and tho like will be Tenn., has uecepted a call to tho pashe did. sung. Later In tho day tho young peo- torate of tho Second Presbyterian . Legislature will raise ple will hold services, which will bo church of Richmond. Taxi:s. The The Southern Presbyterian foreign taxes from - to 52J cents, tho fiscal much more modern. mission receipts for the year ending court ha already Increased tho rate 17 Tin: Southern Telephone Supply cents or to III cents and the town rate Coimiiinv is irotlnir down to business April 1, were $143,709.40, u gain over is 75 cents, making $1.71 on the 100 of uml ,.OIK)!(.s to iegi tho wol.k fol. ti, last year of $1,009,09. News comes from Memphis that Rev. assessed proiKirty, to be Increased Stanford Exchange about May 1. Presschool trustees see fit 25 ident B. T. Conway and Vice President W. E. Ellis' chinch has called him for whonovcr the cents more. It will soon come, If It has C. B. Johnston, of Lebanon, were here another year, with an increase of $300 not already, that it will take all a man yesterdny soliciting subscriptions for salary, making the total $2,100. Rev. W. T. Brooks will preach at miikcti und more to pay his tuxes. Bud Instruments und met with much enTurnersville Sunday at the usual hours. good deal of It Is munugoment and a couragement. Tho paper was loft with High water prevented him from going for the Increase nil uround. Mr. Jesso D. Wearen, who will call on to Arkansas us he had intended. "Bkkoy" Hl'sskll, son of VDoo" . lho not seen, for subscriptions. Tho Elder J. T. Sharrard will preach at Hussell, of the Ottenhelm section, who company exjweta to make connection n the Christian church Sunday morning; figured in the general saw mill light in with such towns as may prove subject, "The Upward March of Nacounty, came down Tuesday. able and profitable to tho subscribers. ture and Society;" at night tho young He was slightly wounded in the sido TuK 8lUt to break the will loft by tho pooplo's society will present "The Easand says ho Is satisfied that he shot lal0 c.reenberry Bright was begun ter Story" m songs and recitations. George Brachey, who Is dangerously TuLb(llvv morllinK and was on trial two Evangelists Williams and Brown wounded. Brachoy Is also a Lincoln fl A hluull.ed or more witness- - stopped at tho Seminary for a brief vis-county product and ho and Hussell, C8 woro suminone(i, tho contestees Monday, on their way from Owens-bor- o .,, ,.,itrminihor. Tho started tho tight. Hussell says their to Currollton. Tho meeting at fl. friends sided with each of them and attorneys for thG contestants aro Owensboro resulted In 200 ndditlons to that 75 or more shots were fired. Four Messrs. R. J. Breckinridge, Hobert the Baptist church. Recorder. persons were more or less dangerously Harding, Follx G. Fox, und Graham Tho Baptist Year Book gives tho wounded. Hussell's trial is set for Sat- Prlco and threo for tho contestees, names of 59 ministers who camo to tho urday. Messrs. Hill & MoRobcrts and Col. W. Baptists from other denominations last of ordinations Succksskul Haid. Deputy Collec- G. Welch. Tho following jury was se- year. Tho number names of 209 minIs 504. The troublo from tho tor J. M. Carter was here this week cured with very llttlo isters are given who died during the and told us of a successful raid ho made regular panel: D. C. Allen, G. D. S. II. Gooch, J. C. Florence, B. year. In Letcher county with tho following Tho Purls ICentucklnn 6ays that Rev. officers: J. W. Colyer, John Burton, F. Goode, J. E. Wright, W. II. Brady, J. II. Hopper's meetings are drawing J. G. Wilson and a posso of six men W. P. Carson, Win. Landgraf, Dink lurgest crowds that ever assembled from Wise county, Va. It was neces- Farmer, C. C. Bishop and F. N. Sims. the camo to an abrupt termina- lo the Presbyterian church there and Tho case sary to ride horseback 90 miles but they is constantly on tho infinally found a still in operation and be- tion Wednesday afternoon, after tho tho interest crease. A number of additions havo sides destroying It and about 200 gal- contestants had completed their side. lons of boor they urrested tho owners, Mr. Bright'a attorneys moved for per resulted. Tho meeting at tho Methodist church Marlon Craft and Hawkes IColloy. The omptory Instructions to sustain the will Saufley gave them, stating continues, but will probably come to a men were hard at work In their distil- and Judgo ounuay nignt. uev. w. s. lery, which had a capacity of six or sev- to tho jury that thero was not tho cioso ovldenco that tho testator was stead tells us that during tho remain-no- t day, and tho officers had en gallons per perfectly competent to make a will der of his pastorate here ho will preach them under cover beforo thoy know It. 11 vo times a week, Tuesday, The trip was a tough one but Mr. Car or that ho was unduly Influenced In at least contestants say they Thursday and Saturday nights and ter felt amply repuld for his troublo making It. The twice on bunilay. will tako an appeal. and hardships. tin shingles make the am solo agent for Lincoln stituents. A. C. Sine. I Is at hand and you will doubtless need No. 10s. Buford Ellis, of color, has tho unenviable reputation of having V the biggest feet in Lincoln county. He wears No. 10 shoes and usually has a half dozen or more half solos nailed on Or something in that line. I keep them in great variety and l'KICES ABE RIGHT. them. My stock of Furniture including 1. O. O. F. lion. Milton J. Durham ? will make a public speech at the courtstock. Mrs. Kato Duddorar. Enameled Iron IIed, Chairs, Tables, Ac , was never more coinpleto or house on "Odd Fellowship" Monday date. ..... ,1 t.w. : ill Miss LicciK Bkajsi.ky's Easter dis- night, 2ith. and in addition thereto a ijuiiJiu you oily nu .11.,........i. iiiiugui (jviuus jini'vs ,.f w" play takes tho cake. It is a brood of full program consisting of music, etc., live chicks watched over by a life sized is being arranged. doll baby, who seems to bo much interIt was reported hero yesterday that ested in the antics of the little creaa number of people at Crab Orchard tures. saw the airship which left Chicago a IN Jessamine county the treasurer few days ago. It is not known whether pays a premium for the privilege of been to James' distillery or they handling the public funds. The two not. had Nlcholusvillu bunks were contending bidders forthe place. Lincoln county Li:iANON Junction is on a boom. A Two 2 - IIorse gives her trcusurer $12.". new pusscngor dejKJt has taken the Tin: announcement of Mr. M. F. place of the old shanty that used to North for county attorney, which ay servo the purpose there and scores of ears elsewhere in this issue, has the houses are being built by ruilroad men, true democratic ring about It. Mr. many of whom still havo property at For Sale. North is a worthy and well qualified Howland. It is to be hoped that tho deman and would fill tho position he seeks glory of their new abode will not with credit alike to himself and his con- part as quickly and as thoroughly as pri-co- SPRING CLEANING Carpet, A Jtfattirjg, -1 Jug, BEDS, iip-t- o BED ROOM f SUITS,?- FOLDING ! 1111 I W. W. WITHERS, STANFORD. MILLET SEED CORN PLANTERS 'Tf ''''lll'l'iMMiwiii MV that of our deserted suburb. B. K. WEAREN & SON. ,i"iy "'"?" fnw U1 w dispatch from Washington LVIf.31 Nfii-i- t - Garden Seed. Flower Seed, Fishing Tackle, Wall Paper, FOR SALE. Get our prices before sending your orders away Just as cheap at home ). W. B. MoBOBERTS. m o to-da- y ,sa5awMwgs PAINTS, VARNISHES. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. OILS, i Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is Complete and our PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. MASTICMIXED Is doubly H PAINT f guaranteed at tern-j)crntu- ro PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Be careful for the little things and the large ones will care for themselves. Fast color, botdcred hemstitched handkerchiefs, 3 for 10c. Very swell hemstitched white handkerchiefs, 5c All linen II. S., 10c. Kmbroi- dcred H. S , 10c. A'l linen initial, II S , 12Jc Finer grades at 20c, 2oc, 35c to 75c. m i 88 88 f w HANDKERCHIEF'S. BELTS. l- M'e aro showing a'l the new things in Ilelts. Blnck, Orange and Tan Duckies, ?5c See the new Princess of Helts, with Leather-stitcheWales Delts. d Splendid, good size vests, 3c. Very lino Maco Vests, 5c Bleached and Unbleacho, tajied neck and arms, splendid values, lPc, extra sizes, 15c. Finer goods, 20c, 2oc, 35c to 50c Long sleavcd vcbts and pants 25c. ench. LADIES' VESTS. HOSIERY. k Ladies' Hose, 5c, 10c, 25c to 50c. Children's Ribbed Hose, 5c to 35c. Same goods as our 25c hose for ladies are sold many places 3 for fl Wc ofTor a finer gatigo and better black misses ho'so for 25c, than you will find any whero else Sizes, 5 to 9. Justljokl dcslr-Madlso- ' t mti3m$&G&mmmGm SEVERANCE A SON.$- - It ,., ,, ypiw ovory-day, Wo have added a splendid line of Clothing to our well solectod stock of General Merchandise and are now prepared to ed Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Poot. Any thing you want from an suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of Me-Cart- y, Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, China ware, Glassware, Quuonsware, &c was nover more complete. FARRIS A HARDIN, Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. Sou of Klovor's Model, No. 29,711). tho greatest breeding hog living, nnd 11 I'M) LEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,691, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Tine, tomy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, und bred sow In every respect, with UMoclalty, for sale, This stock Is strlctlv flrst-clu- ss to urin-sllghte- st Headed by U. S. MOOEL, 1)0. 38,353. I pedigrees. Prices reasonable und satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wauts or come and for sale. They uro good ones. Also Mammoth 1'ekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 103, Danville, Ky. J SCA few freVh Jersey Cows Eggs, 81 for 13. mn ittiUit r I, f.rrrv;nr4.gw.. . V2 , js-v -- n. HA ; KJ J? ft IP : p''5W1WWW M fa TTns mswln . hnril limns vanish lilrn ... . f.lm - I pa rlII I I I I meao-re Ljl l l 1 . -- I I I i t ill I lI Jf"X" If I "N I InT I I I fTl""T" I I I I ll III ill I "N 1 1 I ' J i il L i Ci TTT w) I I k ) I I I I me, jinil will buy for you each and every article in my entire stock at prices that speak louder than words. Having- bought my goods with the CASH when prices were at the lowest ebb, I am now able to oiler many of them at what is now whole- sale cost. Jn view of the coming tarilf, all imported si nil's have advanced from 10 to 20 and even 150 per cent, since my stock was laid in, and I take this opportunity of notifying you that every dollar's worth of goods will be disposed of at the most lw mist. linfnrn n.. riaiiiu- ....... .w.w. .....0 cnn - 7t .. lum limifrhr. finr ..., o'-" profits on the old prices and politely request that you give me a call before purchasing anything in my line. LOW PRICES MY SPECIALTY. J. I 'Best Goods for the Least Money' My Motto and the Golden itulc absolutely applied to every Customer. My fH :r i i V I v H embrace the latest 185 cents and others Avhrth 72c at GO cts. By an honest creations of the oriental artists. Quite a variety in pat- trick in trade these wore bought below their value and patterns from 25c to 65c per yard. and width in both. Prices run from 2 to 75 arc olfered the same way. all wool, from 25c to 75c per yard. The latter are special terns, quality cents. values, one and all. An extensive stock of softbosomed, fancy Shirts (the The most fastidious will be pleased with the extensive latest thing) 1 call special attention to. A full line of A great variety of Trimmings, such as Velvets, line of Towels, Crash, Table Linens and Damask shown. sizes id ways on hand. Silks, Kibbons, Laces, etc. The prices of these goods suit the times. In and Shoes, most anything anybody , wouldHosieryhandle the noted Zeigler Bros. Shoes. For The most noticeable feature about my CLOTHING want. I All qualities,colors and prices of Silcsias,Percalines,Cam-bricsis the fit, and the most striking characteristic is the low Fiber, Crinoline and other of style, comfort, durability and price, they arc superior to prices. Kustcline, Canvases, If I can not fit you out of my stock, J can take the latest Linings. any other goods made. your measure. Perfect fit, highest art and lowest prices as Hair Pins. Ladies' "White Linen always guaranteed. Notions, such My line of Cotton Goods, such as Bleached and Needles, Kid Gloves, stamped Brown Sheetings, Camlets, Ginghams, Calicoes, Percales and Fancy Collars, Pins, Belts, Purses, Space will not permit a detailed description of my and White Goods of every description, is very complete Linens, Filo Silk, Crepe Paper, Leather Wool and Straw Hats. But I will say from point at present . I have more Percales on hand than I ever had. Shirt Waist Sets, etc., in boundless profusion. At present J am olfering Neglige Shirts worth $1 at of style, quality and price they arc strictly up to date. Call in and see them. Samples freely given. In of the fanciest Dress Goods I have a few Blue and black all wool Serges, Hamburgs and Laces N0TICE.-HIDE- S, HAMS, FEATHERS, EGGS And Poultry taken at cash market prices for goods. There are 5.717 Knights of Honor in I "T . I . Kentucky, who paid in $10,090.55 durElder George Goweu will preach at ing the year and dinbur&cd 11, !21.:t3. SHEET the Christian church Sunday afternoon In the 2.1 years of Its existence tho Knights of Honor have paid to widows S'lVV NFORD, KY at 3 o'clock. Dr. Kinnalrd presented Mr. and Mrs. and orphans 57.5b().7l. Sole proprietor of lUeau'a Illack Diamond liool l'alnt. lUtlmatcs jurnlshed for ilntllig woi, Jos. Shackelford with a lino girl, the The True Remtxhj. metal and Iron n(. Satisfaction jtuarantenl Alt union, last Sunday. roofi palntcl with first to bless their l'alnt XV. M Ileplne TMIlwn, HI . "Chief." warranted for years. IVun's Illack Diamond I'uinpa Dealer In let Cl'tem n ui.ii'i kivu tiAuvt without Dr. kilt? Most everybody from this communi- ' lav: Dlftcutery andOalvatilz..! Iron I'illen, (la'vanlird and Illack ew (rCuutution, Cousin and Culiti ty is attending tho struggle over the with nunjr other, hut tirirr pit the irun luwnngoi an xunis, wo uil lr. Kliitc'n New IKxperluientof Bright will case in Stanford this week. remedy ran take It place In our home, In It W. M. Hubble sold to Wm. Ander Count),atCoMi, wo liaro a rertAln atul nurocuro for Wlu.)p'tig (Vmitli, cto " It it idle son some bhorthorn heifers at 'Mc. Jos. even If tlievaro with other !Ttiirll-iu Undortakor, lr Kliitc'a Now Robinson has sold his lambs to Eph urged on ouTheyJunt aa good a hcaun this remaro not u Rood, Dtourerr. edy hu a reoinl of rures and hwlden l guaranteed HaBtonvillo, Woods at 5c for June delivery. - - Kentucky It never fall to ratitfr. Trial lttlM fnv at Our telephone connection wltn Lan- i XV. II. McltoU.ru' Drug Store caster and other neighboring towns is OtTcra lili services to the people of Wet Mncoln Free 1'iUt being more and more appreciated as It and CiMv iv.untlmt Volt .t.M.k: .if I'.iin... n.i.i r..h-- xmLmLjL.TK .rj PIANOS AND ORGANS. Docker llroi'. HiiIihm l'liuio-tltro-'- . , BRODHeflD. Frith & Dunn have brought suit against the Oil Company at this place- Tho firm of Robins & Albright has dissolved, Mr. Albright buying Robins Hubble. j I"' Pianos Ac i Estcy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other out. Makes. Dr. Percy Benton is improving and See my Goods and Get Mv Prices Heforo you W. T. WHITE. Crab Orchard. Buy. 10 was able to spend a few hours in town this week. Mrs. Martha Albright is on tho sick GEORGE list. Mrs. Marion Hutchison isabout well again. The infant of Stephen and Peachy nuains uieu u lew uuys uuru. xjuuk Padgett's widow lost her baby girl Ky. Box Sunday night. had 12 years's practice before all J. Thomas Cherry has opened up a Dojia ttnent.s In Washington City. branch store ut Gum Sulphur, which will be a great convenience for tho FENTCTSr, people of that section. jDH. Mrs. Holman is preparing to have a big oyster supper on tho night of the 21th and she expects her friends to be present and assiot her in making the occasion a buccessful one. The Rockcastlo County Fair Associ : K JXcntist, : as the ation met and fixed Aug. 0 dates to hold the Fair and we are reat Residence Otficoon Lancister street quested to say to the public that tho s directors expect to have a i l'l-eli- ur Ellington I'lunos, 1). II. Ilaldwln IManos l'lnno. ' m in Innctc J. T. JONES MibJs't to tin (lemoomtli U acmiillilitto for IK to'ks, Jailtrof Lincoln fount v. GEO. W. KEKOKI cmidliliito for to tho union of JulliTof Lincoln, subject to tho notion of thii .1 U UL'ttiocrnilc jwirty Ji-tl JUDGE Ih 91. C. SAUFLEV H. M'KIOTEY. Uiexit-rliut'ii- t v J. T. SUTTOKT, a candidate for tho nomltiiitlon for Circuit JudgtMif tlilt ilUtrh't, Huljtot to tho notion of tho lirn torn tic urt. Pension & Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, J. S. OWSUV, JR., IrfucJimlldiMo for thu nomlnntlon for of tliU UKtrlot, null. Jtvt U) tho action of thu democratic purly. W. B. BH)M-erp3- n Stanford, 18-2- ssroTiaiE first-clas- All persons desiring Uxuil Post for plank fence, J. Thomas Cherry is spending tho I0!l and ralllni? or wire fence can find what they waut at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike week in Cincinnati and Mi&s Bertie I also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford keep on hand a supply of plank fur fenelm. All nilton, of Rowland, and Mr. Watson al- - boards kinds of lumber forlmlldln,? puqioses; and ahlnglcs. All erins desiring any article of are assisting Mrs. Cherry in waiting this kind can cill on me at my store near Cedar on their many customers. Mr. Ilarve (i. V. SINGLETON Hi Creek. exhibition this year. Dunn, our hustling merchant, spent a fow days ut Danville, his old home, last week. A Tho democrats of this county feel duty bound to offer to tho people some good man to vote for for county judge No Risk A Safeguard for the Rich and the other ofllces. Notwithstand Results Assured. ing they feel that a democrat has no The New England Mutual Life show to win, yet they as a party can't utTord to allow these positions to be Insurance Co., filled, as they have been in the past, Issues all Forms of Life, Kndowmont aud without an earnest effort on their part Term Policies to put better men inofllce, so that the Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. BEAR THIS IN MIND. blood of the martyrs muy bo required respon- All Policies Iued Participate in the Annual Distribution of Surplus. Cash Surrender and Participating Paid up Insurance. at the hands of thoso who are l Values Endorsed on Every Policy. No catch clauses; No fine print. pondence Solicited. Corres- sible for the condition of affairs in this county. We have a great many men who would fill the oillceof county judge with honor and do good work for tho county and tho people must have an opportunity of selection between some good, clever democrat and the present incumbent. The town hall, Caldwell's livery sta- . I JESSE D. WEARS U, ,.f r ,r s - f l r r ; 4 i M I" Crutcher & Vallandinghanm's general store, the bank building, Richards' dry goods store and several dwellings at Crittenden were burned. The loss REAL ESTATE 0 will exceed $40,000, with less than Insurance. EXCHANGE, Fourteen engineers on tho Illinois Central railroad running into Paducah and several freight conductors were J. H. SOWDER. MANAGER. temporarily dismissed onaccout of dull - JOURNAL business. Whut's tho matter with tho INTERIOR. promised prosperity? LiUILDINGr: If President McKInloy Is unable to Writo For E03t of Pxoportio3 be present at tho opening of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition he will For Salo. attend later, but In auy event lie will Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans. Negotiated, Abstracts put tho machinery In motion. Buffalo gnats are killing horses and Furnished, Rents Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. cattle in Texas. 82,-00- Agent, Stanford, Ky. ble, Mr. and Mrs. J. ville, arc visiting Ed Minor and family here this week. Dr. Herring was call ed to see H. B. Cox, who has been poor TO CORE A COLD IN ONH DAY ly for some days with fever. All Take LnitiMve llruiiio Quinine Tablet Messrs. Jas. Yeager and Jas. Alcorn Druggist refund tho money if it fall to Cure, G by K. MoltolxTta, Craig Ilocler and went dipping on Dix River a few days - Penny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky uu BROOKLYN. ugo, aim nitcneu inetr mum bank of said riVcr, when they returned HADE, IS UM, their mule and buggy were gone, and : thnv could see where It had gone down Money to loan on Improved city proerty or proof wa over the clill into about 12 foot ductive farina in Stanford and Lincoln county al Ninil- Annually Co., Ahri I wll ter. No further trace could be seen ex fi er cent , payablepublic or corporation olllcialtt furnish bond for of the buggy Executors, Administrator! or Guardians at cept tho hind wheels KOUN'UlilD 180B. rati-Am agent for four of tho l"l I'lro borne distance down the river in a deep ('onijiauU? doing busiuos In Kentucky and illicit kttrouagoofiriertv holder In Slnnfurtl. hole. lLite-- i Hameoi other couiKHilns doing limine hero. WAI.l.Al I. 1. VAKNUN. .gt. Chi:ap Excuksiox Ratks To Ni:w 0 snWM'OUO, KY. YOKK City. On account of the unveiling of the Grant monument in New Vr.rb PIfv r.Yiiir!on ti(!ki;t4 will bo John. Camlkmax, A. (. Umuk, sold via the C. & O. Route at great y reduced lates. Tickets will be sold good going April 23rd to 2f!th inclusive, good to return leaving New York, until 5 3. und Including .May un. inu vuesu-peak- o s, & Ohio Is the only lino passing INSURANCE COMPANY (I) within view of Gen. Grant's birthplace at Pleasant Point, Ohio, and tho OF LIVERPOOL. seminary at Mnysvllle, Ky., where ho received his early education and from which ho went direct to West Point. The famous F. F. V. Limited leaving BERBEE 8. GBiSTLEME. ' B ft en Lexington atll:2T) a.m. is tho only J MANAUL'ItS, modern electric lighted train running ii..nu.rii trt 'Vu' York without change. 3 3- - " g. i Oommerco .Building, Louisville serving all meals in Dining Car. Wash ington lixpress leaving uoxwigtuu ut ? Agents Throughout tho South. 8:;io I M. connects In Washington the with Congressional Limnext afternoon ited. The scenery of the Uhesapeako q & Ohio particularly a this seasou of aca Agent, St co tho year is more attractive than can bo along tho line of any other rail had Kentucky. Stanford, road of equal extent In the world. j;tf y talking of selling Hunter House busluess ut Hedgevllle out his goods and moving to Dlx River to farm for the future. Is Is used. S. Minor, of Louis- Send your aiMrem to II. K. Iturkleti A Co, of l)r. Klng'a New and get H freoiuimple l I.lfo I'llM. A trial will convince Jon of their mortis. TIiiko pUU are easy In action and aro particularly in tho cure of coiiMlpalion and sick Headache for Malaria and I.I Tor truuhlea they hare Ikxmi prored Invaluable. They nreKinrantcd to bo (HTfettly lre from every delclcrloua ulwtamo aud to )o purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action, but by g'vlng tone to aiomache Invigorato th ayMrm. ltcgu-a- r and boweltgri-atlaUe V3c per box. Sold by XV 1J McltoW-rta- , DruggiitJ Chi-cairctlet-'tlve eW always on hand. I), b. Cari'vuter. Manager. M GARLAND SINGLETON acandhlatr for Siirlntendeul of I'ubllc School, l.liiroliirountr, iuhjecl to the action ol the Ieui. oiratlciiarty. 1 of FIRE INSURANCE. FMjKKIIK OF J. ject K. HOLDA3I for ll a candidate t of IJncolu county, the action of the democratic Jarty. Aeor sub- Insurance Company, Insurance SAMUEL M. OWENS la a candidate- for .lierltl of Uuvoln tounty, to the action of the democratic parly. XV A. I- .uhlect iu UY Wil & Caledonian EM3IETT MeCOKMACK U a candidate for Amnaor of I Jiicoln county, suh. Jcct to the action ol the democratic rty. Vour - of Scotland. upjrt l.trneiitly xdlclled ruuon-abl- e M. I ELKIN R.B.MAHONY.Agt., Is a oaudldalc fur Aweawir of Lincoln county, subject to thu action uf the democratic jmrtr. o f ; is a : r J H JOE T. EHIBRY IJuodti county, tub. Jwl to tho action of the dtmocratlc urty and Is a caiidldate for Aawsor of JOYAL) uniiitlyaU yourupwrt. C. G. tla niti.llilniu f.. BAKER .... h jetttolhoiicilonol ...a i.iucoin county, lub-tliedeiuiKratloiirrty Thin k. "'""""'''tberriendof the county Is entitled tO A mn pie, no asua jour Uiiort t.. '""' ? I Oa m WILLIAM WOISELANO a candidate for Anvirof tho action of thu democratic paity. your nipiMiii. I II ublcct to kindly asks siig-s.- rip ffl SAM . I. a CJtlldilhltM fur ....1.... ... I I. ...!.. Sliarlll r.t ...1 : :; uiuhit, auo Ject to thu action of the democratic party. w. mwwefee .wii( B OLNK PAKEU nc-tl- on IxiicniKlliliitoforJiilUir, Hultjcctto tho of tho (ItnuKTiitlu niirty. Felix Woodard killed Joseph Key near Carthage, Tenn., by striking him over tho head with a btiek. Koy and a friend had gone to Woodard 's homo to raise a disturbance and Woodard defended himself. at the Baltimore mine A snow-slid- e near Ketchara, Iduho, resulted In tho death of three men. They were caught in the slide while on their way to their cabin and covered up to a depth of 50 or fiO feet. J. W. Fetzer, who is under arrest at Salt Lake. Utah, for killing Dr. C. H. Nichols, claims that he has killed 15 people during his career. Miss Flora Tuebert was fatally shot at Huntington, W. Va., by her lover, Richard Woods, who claims that he did It accidentally. Seven prisoners escaped from tho Pinevllle Jail, but were caught after a lively .chase. 4 0 n 9 era Iff S 5 e ml HI y " J. B. HIGGINS -- DEALER IN- - MItS.U. D. SIMPSON, Pror. Lancaster, : Ktiituckv. tablo. ewly furnished; clean beds; splendid Maspn Hotel Lvetything HiHt-cln8.- s. 8 fp -- m Farm Wagons. Pleasure Vehicles, meet all tiuln.s. Porters gy SHELBY & SHELBY, ..Proprietors VI11 carry a larucr stock of Furniture of all kind tula ytar thati evtr Iwforuand will acll cheaiwrtlian anylxxly Plow.- - The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan und Chattanoot; and polnu of all Goodn Warranted us Itupivbciitctl. Olllco on Mlvcr kltnli. Ciilttvatorandl)oulilobhovels, all Malta Mnln .Struot.opiiwlto Elrnoro'M Stoic, make, thy Nat In thu world, Karmcn, call In and Flnt'Llaw Turnouts, prompt attention, very Stanford, Kentucky. get any thlntf you want from a buggy down. reasonable rates. A portion of your patronage u , resiectfully solicited, D. S. CARPENTER. 13 Itcsict fully, J. II. OWENS, Salesman. Agricultural ' Implements, High-Grad- e D. S. CARPENTER, LIVERY.FEED& BALE STABLE Fertilizers and Coal. Junotlon. 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