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Diivldbon wore to have begun a protracted mooting nt tho IIuII'h Gap frwm mwH?F'armwrVFirF1 ,vfrtf&&: 1 INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1897. LANCASTER. RICHMOND. In- NO. 15 church last night. llov. M. V. Knapp, editor of tho of Cincinnati, camo over Fri day and preached bovoral times at tho MuthodUt church. Iicv. V. 13. McUrhle. of tho Danville Theological Seminary, who played Sam Jones bore, was llcoiifced to preach y tho Transylvaula Presbytery last week. The old frame church In Fayotto county, which was built In 1780, and In which tho llrst Methodist conferenco ever held In Kentucky was conducted, has l)oon torn down. Tho convention or Christian Endeavor Societies will meet ul the Christian church at Hubtonvlllo, beginning Friday and continuing over Sunday. lov. W. W. Hruco will deliver tho welcoming tiddrci, Morldeth l'rowltt will conduct a praise service, Mrs. J. F. Cover another and Mrs. Nunulo C. Caldwell will deliver an nddrcM on "Saved to Servo." Kov. Ini Landrlth, of Xnrtbvlllo, will take a prominent part. Tho program is lengthy, with a change every 10 minute, except In few st. instances. Tho Methodist meeting, after nearly Sunday night. 12 weeks duration, elo-u- tl S. Griustead, who preached til Haw sermons before ho culled In help, tells us that there were In tho neighborhood of 100 conversions and hunetillcu-tlon- s and that 2',l united with the church as a result of the meeting. Ho my tho membership was uUo greatly hel-e- d and that he now has a full hive of earnest workers, l'ralwitho Lord. Hcv. G. II. Turner pruuehud anotbor excellent sermon at Walnut Flat Sunday and further Impressed his congree gation tltat the church madu no In calling him. Ho 1h a rapid, tluent and earnest speaker and expounds his subject with force and earnestness. Ho had Just returned front the meeting of tho l'roibytory In Montgomery and announced that tho body had granted tho prayer of Caldwell, Hebron and Walnut Flut to bo grouped together as In the days of the lamented Dro. Caldwell und permitted him to bo pastor of them. Ho will bo regularly Installed In July. Tho I'resbyhjry will meet next ut Walnut Flat, some time during tho coming fall. The boJy Hon. John Sam Owsappointed ley, Sr., as a delegate to tho General Assembly, which meets tho latter part of May In Chicago. Tho music was a ploatant feature of tho services Sunday. Miss Mary Cowon presided at tho organ and Bang a fcolo very beautifully, In addition to leading several grand old congregational hymns. mis-tik- TO THE DEMOCRATIC COMMIT- TEE. Gbntlkmkn. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for county judge. I do not claim tiny peculiar Illness for the olllco but bellovo 1 can fill tho office credltubly to myself and constituents. I used to think It took a lawyer to bo county judge. Not a bit of It. All you want Is a man with good, common sense and a will to carry out his convictions, I had to wade through dust and rubbish to get your county olllco In anything like ducont shape to do business In, und bad no end of trouble to get your records straightened, out. I have been accused In a joking manner of bolng to thick with tho republicans' I will bay right hero there Is some mighty good mon In the republican party and you are bound to admit that a republican vote goes just us far toward electing a democr.it as any other kind of vote. My record an a democrat isclenn. I will close by making you two promises. First: If you honor mo with the nomination and I am elected, I promise not to run lor Congress or tho presidency till my term ahull have Second: I promise you I will poll more votes than any man whom you may nominate Hoping to hear favorably from you on tho ifithof May, I remain your true frlond, W. L. Dawson. ox-plrc- d. MATRIMONIAL, William Howell, aged 19, was mar ried at Worcester, 0 to Mrd. ilattlo Bishop, a grass widow of o2, who luw six grown children. A divorced husband at Sackett's liar" bor,.N. Y., killed his former wife and a female, companion and throw their male escort Into a creek. At Cleveland. 0., John T. Hobbs, 42, was married to MUs Anna Olivia 02. Thoy had boon engaged 22 years and tho bride was too ill to raiso up in bed during tho ceremony. u James R. Nonnolloy, the drummer, will bo married tomorrow to MUs Laura Higglns, of Georgetown, O. Thoy will arrive hero tho following day and spend several duya with his parents, Mr. a1"1 M,,a' p- - Pf Nunnelly. woll-know- I'a-ce- y, Naturally the government building Elder Farrar preached here Sunday. jured much by tho late cold weather. which Uncle S tin, through tho persisTho Easter hats were muched adProf. Darnnby and Saulloy Hughes tent efforts of Gov. MeCroary, was in- mired Sunday. went to Lexington on Friday to visit duced to locate here, is ono of the first Kreugcr & McFarrnn Is tho title relatives. objects of Interest that attracts tho eye of a new mercantile firm. Carter's lumber mills have started at of the visitor. Coming down town Mr. Geo. McCoy is putting a handCartorsvillc, giving employment to from tho K. C. depot its lofty tower some coat of paint on Mr. M. J. Miller's many mon. and terrots loom up grnndly and de- residence. Hov.'IIenry N. Faulconer, a brilliant ludes ono Into the belief that has struck Mrs. Ardllln Tyrco was thrown from young minister of Danville, has been a capital city instead of a country town. her horse near the railroad nnd shsr called to tho pastorate of tho Presby- Indeed this mngnlflclent building, arm broken near tho wrist. terian church In this city. which when completed will have cost Tho Ladles' Aid Society igave an Miss Amiiu Robinson Is In Cincin- 9l2.i,(0, would do credit to it city of "Easter Egg Party" at tho residence nati visiting relatives. Mr. T. M. n 50,000 population. It Is built princi- of Judge McClure Monday evening. and two daughters, of Harrods-bur- pally of Rjokojstlu county stone und Mrs. W. M. have been the guestsof his broth- -' Is three stories high, tho lower floor her handsome Weber, accompanied by daughters, Mrs. Jumes George T. Farrls. I for tho being pojtolllce, tho Robinson and Miss Maytlo Weber, Our people are much Interested In second lloor tho col lector's quarters and went to Louisville last week-oa shoptho protracted meeting, which began the third lor tho United States district ping excursion. at tho Presbyterian church on Sunday. court, should Congress In Its wisdom or The republican dlstrlctjcommitteo It is conducted by Rev. Lapsloy caprice over see the necessity of divi- decided to meet here Aug. 12Jto select ono of tho most popular und learn- ding Kentucky Into two Federal dis- a candidate for circuit judge. The ed ministers of tho State. tricts. Tho building is right in tho candidates for theje nomination are AlMHit l o'clock Sunday night Eras- center of the city, on Main street, one Judge T. Z. Morrow and Judge James mus Dunn's new barn on tho Danville block above the Glyndon, next to the Denton, both-o- f Somerset. road, alMMit two miles from town, was old homo of Gov. McCreary, who donaThere will bo a contest among the burned. Including all his farming Im- ted part of the ground on which it is juveniles on theovenlng of Friduy.HOth plement, omo hogs, 1.10 barrels of built. It was doubtlus this fact, coup- Inst. The prize is offered by Mr. R. led with his efforts In securing the ap- G. Williams. Misses corn and other provender. Loss Williams, Bapropriation, that caused a facetious ker, Taylor, Arnold, Thompson at $2,000; Insurance $1,200. and It Is generally believed here that drummer the other day to remark on Messrs. McKcnzIe, Williams und Brown pri- will take part. tho majority of notices posted and anon- tho retlroment of tho governor to vate life that ho "didn't get bis monuThe Sahtmngtindi met as usual the ymous letters sent out in this vicinity According to tho third Friday. Messrs. woro not sent by raider., but by other ment any too soon." Williams and statement of Superintendent Sam Rice, Scroggs gave a part of one-oparties, as a matter of humor to create ShakesI talked with yesterday, the peare's plavj, Mrs. Benson, of Dana sensation or to annoy the recipient. whom building will be ready for occupancy ville, recited and Mr. MeCombs This statement Is duo tho eoplc. Tho July 1st, when doubtless there will bo prayer. The lunch was highly led In odium of tho uctuul raids is enough to enjoysome dedicatory ceremonies commen- ed, much credit bear. preparation surate with tho occasion. and sorving of which was due g It is suggested thnt wo rush tho Speaking of tho completion of the charmIng;.elocutionIst,J..Mibs to that of our Oparu Houie or get Mr. Berda building, reminds me that it will be to Martin. Walton to move his over here. When Collector Rodes, the Incumbent, what Mr. James Maret has.. recovered his an old, blind, colored pianist gets a tho "promised land" was to poor old usual good health hoitbo worth andi is busy, again. hero and tho jwpu-la- Moeos, that is he will be able to view Miss Georgia MeFerran has returned ronovnod and Immortal Sam Jones It, but never enter therein, officially from Lebanon. Miss Mollie Baker only craws 1.V in Stanford, the prollt His term expires visited Mrs. Jop speaking, of conr.-e- . Thompson lust week. of such an investment hero Is appaJuneJW. Who his successor will be Is Rev. MeCombs, of Danville, preached rent. u "horse of anothercolor," though from here Sunday. Mr. GeorgejJGrillin und It Is claimed that If tho Suite present Indications it looks us If it will family have returned from-would dovoto as much time in legweek's be a Danville man, Hon. John W. Yor-ko- visit to Frankfort. The W. C. T. U. islating to relieve the people, as they begs not, neither doth he will who meet with Mrs. James JMcKinney do In trying to keep Dr. Hunter out of scramble, yet Sam Roberts himself, Saturday. There will bo an entertaintho U. S. Senate, It would bo much with all his prestige seems no more ment nt tho court house'.May.JT by the more satisfactory to their constituents. of pie than this same follow ladies of tho Chribtinn The condition of atfalrs is to be deplor- certain church. Prof. Yerkes, whom the republicans delight Murtz bus rented ed, but tho disaffection which Is being the BrickJHotel. Mr. to honor. Politics though is "mouty J. W. Baker Is a created in republican ranks by tho candidate for sheriff onsartln" In these days of bribery and oa the independent leaders of the two fuctions, who are ticket. A party fraud and faithlessness and the unex- from here will avowed enemies, and tho delay In fur attend the entertainpected, not Infrequently happens. ment at Livingston Tuesday evening. nishing relief, will finally redound to The county judge's race in Madison the Interest of tho democratic party, this time presents some curious comNOTES FROM LIBERTY and tho republicans will bo called to u plications. There are four candidates strict account in November, when the I1Y STANFOHU'S OnEAT.FISIIERMAN. for Judge Burnam's shoes two demodemocratic ticket will win from constaund two republicans. The first to j Recent ralna have delayed farmers. ble to the highest olllco. Men and par- crats The fishing purtles mix, fox hunting muke known his wishes was City Attorties are like dogs they havo their with their other pleasures. ney Patrick Henry Sullivan and by day, and It Is near at hand In this inIs better than tho way he wants as much liberty and ' Fishing in tho stance. Sam Jones' remark Is applicaolltical death, as the usual, but rains havo interferred. as little death ble here. Taking the State as tho Miss Lilllo Moore is on a visit to her n 'tother Pat. He Is a brother to the "Tho po.sum is too big for the corporation lawyer, Hon. Jerry sister, Mrs. Booker Wilkinson, at Bur- dog." A. Sullivan, and isn bhrewder man if gin. Tho action of tho fiscal court In not By ginger, gentle folks, the Stanford not us able a lawyer. "Pat" la a free allowing the claim to supplement Com silver, 10 to 1 democrat, who Intrench- crowd can't fish but Booker Wilkinson monwealth's Attorney Owsley's Milarv, ed himself with his party by taking the can. as hud been done heretofore, has causHudson & Page, stock dealers, passstump in advocacy of tho Chicago tick-- 1 ed much comment and Is regarded by ed through Liberty, stopping over ct. Jerry, his brother, was a "gold boiho as a thrust at Mr. Owslev, bo- - bug" and numerous were tho efforts night at J. W. Mooro's with a good lot cause his able and thorough method of made to get them to lock horns In de- of feeders. prosecuting docs not meet with tho ap- bate, but Jerry wouldn't consent, fear-- 1 Rile Wilkinson Is very low with probation of all those who were instru- Ing Dr. H. B. Sanders and BookPat's ready shafts of wit as Alf mental In tho rejection of tho claim. It Taylor feared his brother, Bob, when er Wilkinson form a fishing party from Is also claimed that ns tho election is at they ran for governor of Tennessee. Burgin and are stopping with Mr. John hand it Is an electioneering scheme to Pat la a true sonof Green Erin and is W. Moore. Mrs. Mollie Stepp and reduce tho salary and Induce Mr. O. to us witty as he Is popular. Opposing daughter, Miss Florida, woro guests of leave tho track. If tiio appropriation him for the nomination Is Mr. Thos. J. Miss Dolllo Barker. was right before, It Is now. Tho court Tho otherwise quiet city of Dunn-vill- o Smith, brother of Elector W. B. Smith, has erred In ono instance or tho other, a retired merchant, who has n prlvuto is very much excited over haunts. and It was in tho action of last week. bank account of considerably over $100.-00- Squire Shelton kept tho telephone busy Instead of Inducing him to surrender Strange to say that while ho is a Thursday communicating with tlie tho track It will cause him to work money lender and a clcso friend of county judge ns to the legality of emharder and it will cause many to up Stone Walker, ho Is an ardent free paneling a jury to investigate tho premporUiIm who would not havo done to, and was one of tho first here to ises and arresting the haunt. George became thoy do not believe In that come out In favor of the "Boy Orator Stono was finally called in and advised kind of dealing. Tho load of $12. Is of tho Platte." Ho says ho going to Ills Honor that the only law appertai n nothing compared to the strength that wlu tho nomination, but if ho does he Ing to hnunts was chimney corner law. will bo gained by It. will lmvo to got out his "bar'l," which Tho Stanford fishing party aro prov Blind noono, the historic musical hus always been a potent factor In elec- ing themselves extraordinary lino fishprodigy, appeared before a la-and tions horo. On the republican ticket ermen. They have been here since highly delighted audience on Friday Is Capt. P. P. Ballard, a g reTuesday morning aud havo never got evening. Tho receipts woro from publican, who dates tho beginning of ten a blto, very likely for tho reason which tho Knights of Pythias, under hla public servlco back In tho 50s Ho fiat they never spend more than 15 whoso auspices he played, received a has been sheriff, legislator and what minutes per day on the river. Evibcnellt. Ho Is a wonderful and, al- not and wants to round out hla eventful dently it is their first trip out as one of though totally blind, ho carries tho careor by bolng elected judge. Strange tho party left for home on account of key which unlocks the highest and pur- to say, howover, tho party leaders are homesickness. They all havo very est emotions of tho human soul, Our not giving him uuy encouragement, but handsomo tackle, but seem to bo afraid peoplo aro known to bo treat as u joko hlsjcandldacy, and oven of getting It wet. Penny may bo and this was a happy occasion with now arc intriguing for a gold democrat an elegant fisherman provided ho can thorn. Suoh pieces us tho "plantatlqn to head their ticket instead of this vet visit somo neighboring pond, but he Hong," "When I Meet Dat Coon To- eran public servant. This "gold dem- must got homo before dark. Poor night," "Old Kentucky Homo," and ocrat" is nono other than Squire Elzlo Gcorgo. The hero of tho party is Ed"Marshflold Tornado," hlaown produc- Million, who Ingratiated hlmsolf with gar Wilkinson, by nature bold and dartho republicans by going over to tho tion, woro among tho pieces which were MoKlnloy forces just In time to get a ing by disposition, romantic and fond heartily applauded. Mish Stella May mesa of pottage. And from what I hear of adventuro when away from homo. A sang swootly and was repeatedly encor- ho will play tho Esau game on tho un- neat sun bonnet has a remarkable ated. His rondltlou of "Tho Tornado" suspecting captain aud cheat him out of traction for him, aud to reuch it he will other words capture elicited loud applause, many imagining hla birthrightin This la tho situation risk his llfo by fording a stream swoltlm nomination. that thoy could hear tho roar of wind, and may tho beat man win and tho devil len out of its banks by recent ruins. and oven see the lurid lightning. A tako tno ninumosu R. Lee Davis. Thursday evening about dark while relady, living about 300 yards from tho turning from a trip, being thoroughly FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. heard It and thought that enthused by a bonnet as mentioned a storm was approaching. Boone Is an L announce myself a candidate for above, ho missses the ford, tho animal older In tho Christian church in Misto tho office of circuit court ho was riding drowned, but our hero souri, and ho told Elder George W. clerk, subject to the action of tho dem- camo out safe, with tho exception of Gowon, while hero, that whorover ho ocratic party. Though I havo mado no tbo losa of his 25c borrowed fishing finds that his own raco belongs to that public announcement through your tacklo. denomination, they constitute tho that I would stand for Dr. Wacrner, whom" nnd thinking people of tho town. It has I think it has been generally under- Walling accused of killingJackson BryPearl been suggested that tho same is truo of stood that 1 would boa candidate for an, has oeen discharged from tho .Lextho" white raco. Jas. P. Bailey. ington Lunatic Asylum, cured. said office. Mld-dletog, de-dgn- e n Mc-Ive- It Is said that the fruit was not MT. VERNON, kfor jIU Follow Right Along. Our Styles 4n ,v 411 m 1 e, ItaSpringGoods And the low prices' bring1 us the trade. n entl-mat- ed f MEN'S FINE SUITS, 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. Call and see our line. No trouble to show goods. Shirts, Shoes and Neckwear always up to date. Agents for J. B. Stetson Soft and Stiff Hats. One LOW PRICE to all. . i for--th- e bull-din- 91-1- r, I olll-cla- ls a s, i J. .j L. Frohman & Co,, THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. otTm rlir os-hui- ii, well-know- LtJLuS E 5S PUCES I at the -fol- I irai Falls IJrnnch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds wld lowing closo prices, subject to change without notice. rhou-matis- I Jgj if1 Goal Fron? 7c to U um 2c kj, , fA jfT At houso. with one cent added for delivery liisulo town limits. Porn from 30 to 3 3c per bushel. Oats from 3D to 35c per bushel. Hay, JO to COc per 1(H) pounds. Millet, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. C5c per 100 lbs We keep lbs. Ship-tuf- f, stock of all constantly on hands. Cad and teo us before buying. I I 1 i sia, j-- -r wjnrf jhiy cc U 11) 0. STANFORD FETCHLE WILLIAM SHELTON. The Second Session of 1806-97 COLLEGG. to President. OPENED OX MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1S9T. For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, &c send for our Now Catalogue. Address, MUS NANNIE S SAUFLEY, Lady Phincipal, Stanford, Ky, go life-lon- $1-14- , HEaS2E22S333ES5&22S!E33ErS1 UnDGHCAKinG BY I muslo-lovln- g, I J. C. M'CLARY, M A Qt 1 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky VJkUL H. C. RUPIEY, -- court-hous- e, THE MERGBANT TAILOR- -- pa-p- or IsJ Receiving his- - SPRINGAND SUMMER GOODS. and a i'erfcet Kit Guaranteed. Goods Warranted Give him a Call. t t sfiStfak. v34 ,4 1, ;r c J . , r.t yftt at s it- - tlhiii Xd iHiMWii r ii i,i tjnwfc iie i.n - ..---Bw- is r WT -- rs1 if fi1 111 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. April 20, 1897 W. T. WALTON. SI23I if r if ig : PAGES. f 5fc Times, whose editor reported, kepokthd mind you, while holdinp free silver views, is from circumstances over which he has no control, forced to keep them in nbey-- 1 ance and shout for the ;old btandurd, is Tan Louisville I :li II Senatorial alTalrs at Frankfort that "tho bolting republicans agreed to support Senator Martin and the gold democrats were a unit for him, but the Blackburn rule or ruin men would not hear to it, and upon them must fall the blutno of a failure to electa democrat. Coming from such a source, this is not only rank heresy, but downright bigamy." When the Interior Jouknal made this alleged heretical and "blgaml-sti-calsuggestion, it had overlooked the fact, since called attention thereto by tho Owensboro Messenger, that there are two populists in the Legislature, who are voting for Mr. Blackburm whoso votes he could not control for a ably is true that those who are at the seat of war know better how to wage it than wo who are so far in the rear. This statement is due to Mr. Blackburn, to whom Kentucky owes a debt that she can hardly repay, for preventing the election of such a creature as Hunter to tho U. S. Senate. With reference to "swallowing our convictions," hold your auricular close Brer. Logan, while wo tell you once for all that we try to do our fighting within the folds of the party, not against it. We did insist that the party realfirm Its former position on the currency question, and were and still uro for sound money, but wo do not accord to ourselves more knowledge than the combined wisdom of tho party in gold democrat, so moved io pay: "The Stanford Interior Journals newspaper which swallowed its sound money convictions and is still able to 'hold 'cm down," rises to remark anent it may be and prob- As predicted, both accused and accusers were indicted by the grand jury at Frankfort for conspiracy to bribe, a true bill having been found against Dr. Hunter. John nenrv Wilson. K. T. Franks, Cupt. Noel Gaines and T. R. Tanner. They were arrested and granted bail in 62,0 each. An indictment against Hunter for perjury also Is pending. Though tho majority sticks to him and would do so if ho wore convicted of rape or horse stealing, many of Hunter's followers arc disgusted with their Idol and are ready to throw him overboard without further ceremony, but the others agree with him that ho can not afford to quit now, nor can tho party afford to kick him out with such infamous charges hanging over him. He must, however, demand an immediate trial, if he Is confident of his own Innocence or stand convicted in public opinion, if he does not. At any rato oven half way decent republicans ought not to support him further until he acquits himself of the grave offense, tho penalty for which Is both fine and Imprisonment. It wont do to charge that Dr. Hunter is a victim of conspiracy. The court is open for his vindication and nothing short of a searching judicial investigation to show his innocence will be accepted. The balloting Friday left him still two votes short of the nomination. Thero wero only formal ballots Saturday and yesterday, according to agreement, but it is predicted that something is going to "drap" Tho peoplo are getting exceedingly tired of paying the fiddler for such miserable music and, eliminating Hunter, would be glad to see the farce ended in the election of a democrat if possible, If not by the promotion of Gov. Bradley or any other decent republito-da- y. News Briefly Told May 24 Additional Local, The Boylo circuit court bog.w yeswill be Kentucky day at the Exposition. terday, but as our neighbor is usually Tennessee Centennial In Bath county tho turnpike raiders law abiding, not oven having had a have fixed the pricu of Hour at SI. fill turnpike raid, the docket Is light. per 100 tts. William Barer, a farmer near New r.n.iuif.. n.. committed suicide while suffering from tho grip. New York State has a tramp who goes from one town to another on his begging mission on a bicycle. Mat Erwin was sentenced nt Bristol, Tonn.. to two years' imprisonment for attempting to wreck u train. Col. W. L. Kellogg, commanding the Fifth U. S. infantry, is dead at Barracks, near Atlanta. of Loudon Pedtgo, Of Allen A son county, accidentally hung himself while playing in his father's, barn. Miss Nellie Balrd, known as tho "Now Woman," of Rome, O., had her nose broken while playing base ball. Thomas Woods, of Elklmrt, Jnd., fell off of his horse while returning from a Baptist revival and was fatally Injured. Tho Grant County Bank gives $100 a year for tho privilege of being county treasurer, besides executing a bond for Mo-Phersm jleois About Cote And the Ky. Legislature. Such news is nothing to compare as "sensation d news" in our IVioas are this weolr, Wo uro not guilty of any vTitggeration if wo protend li hivd the largest and bst of m Hubblo church Sunday or on tho road between thoro and Stanford, a medal with "ISM, Scholarship, C. F. S." ongraved on it. Finder will please return to Miss Edna Lost either ut Courts. W. R. Cooic had another boy to arrive Friday, that lie has named Clarence Tate, for Stanford's coming barrister. This makes only nine children for Mr. Cook, who says he Is bound to Ami Gouts' Furnishings nnd Dry Grools in this have tho olilce of assessor now. Glotfyig, finis, Sfyoes, jotios t wn. All wo ss nk Is to come nnd announcement of L. Dawson. Ho is doing his best to fill the otllce he holds creditably to himself and jwoplo and prove his worthiness for a full term, and his friends hope to see him rewardof County Judge Read the card seo and thereby looking after your own interests. Pr'c t:lK. V. $12. For a lino Tnllor-Mnd- o Suit, gunrnn'o n to fit you, $8. $5. ed. For a llrown Scotch PJnid Sn t, worth fully f 12 can. Tne following shows that both sides kept the compact. Frankfort, April 19. As agreed there was no quorum and only a formal ballot for U. S. Senator taken to-da- y. i Etf tt r t convention of its lawful representees expressed, so while objecting to several planks in the platform, we submitted as gracefully as may be, knowing that party success can only be achieved by such submission to the rule of the majority. Many of the leaders are men of thought and patriotism and wo felt confident that they would not rush the country into bankruptcy and ruin if given power, but would act for tho good of all the peoplo and not the favored few, as the party which the Times helped to elect is now doing. To use its own favorite expression, tho people asked for bread and It gave them a stone, for an Improvement In the currency and it gave them higher taxes. To us anything that is democratic is better than republicanism, and while we may not shout very vociferously for ''free silver at lb to 1 or The indictment, arrest and incarceration of a number of alleged turnpike raiders in Anderson county will go far towards making that infamous business unpopular. As mean as is tho average scamp who destroys property, either public or private, he doesn't fancy being shut up in jail, and when more of them are put where they belong we shall have more order and less lawlessness than has disgraced this Bection for a long time. The trouble Is that some of the courts and many of the juries arc in sympathy with tho dovilish movement, while the officers fear they will lose a few votes if they attempt to ferret out the scamps. Honest men to the rear must send such and do all In their power to land the midnight raiders to the penitentiary, where the last one of them should be. time-servers clared that a state of war exists between it and Greece, owing to recent invasions of its territory by Grecian armies, and that it will be war to the knife and the knifo to tho hilt, unless tho powers induce Greece to withdraw her troops from the frontier and from was able to eat up If bust," the Interior Journal Is go- Crete. the Greece country with one acwhole Turkey ing to stay with the democratic party say let the dogs of wur bo till tho cows come home the last day in cord would suc- turned loose. the evening, believing that in its cess lies the only hope of the nation for Pandering to the demands of a cerhonest, economical government. tain class, Senator Hays, of Louisville, bus Introduced a bill to stay all execumany trials and great tribu- tors two years, during which time no After lations, tho Louisville Dispatch was one can be made to pay a debt. We do launched upon the tempestuous sea of not supposo such a bijl will bo taken journalism Sunday. It is rather a seriously by tho Legislature. There is crude looking craft, evidently manned no earthly need of such a law. Its preby an incongruous crew, but allowan- sentation only is necessary, the Senator ces have to bo made for first appear- doubtless thinks, to keep him in office ances and those whoso hopes had been raised so high and who are giving vent Louisville doesn't seem to bo opto disappointment, should remember posed to government by injunction. that we all have to crawl bofore wo Leastwise she submits to it very gracecan walk. If the object of tho paper is fully. The latest raovo in that direcTimes tion was by Judge Toney, who granted to knock the Courier-Journa- l, as its car- an injunction restraining the Board of and Post into smithereens, toon indicates, we fear the fruition of Safety from reducing tho pay of policc-me- n from $2.2o to $1.85. its hopes will hardly be realized. There Is one thing certain, however, if tho POLITICS new venture has a real mission to fulIt Intelligently, without fill and will do Clark county boltocrats and republimalice aforethought or evil prepence, cans may agree on a fusion ticket for it will succeed; otherwise wo shall county offices. writo its obituary before the roses now There wero 84 candidates to be voted blooming shall fade away. for at tho republican primary in Clay Is stated that John G. Carlisle says ho would prefer a sound money republican to a free silver democrat for U. S. Senator. Wo hope ho did not say it, but if ho did, it shows that Kentucky's former pride, whom she delighted to honor, Is an lngrate and were ho to appear before an audience In his native State and make such an assertion, it is more than probable that a shower of rotten eggs would greet him no matter how Bovere a law tho Legislature has passed against the use of such eggs .for such purposes. The Turkish government has de- It county Saturday. Bailey, of Texas, made a great speech In the House defending his course and defying his critics. Congressman Milliken, of tho 3d Malno district, died at Washington. Mr. Holman is somewhat improved. Headsman Bristow says no fourth-clas- s postmasters will bo removed on account of pernicious activity in polis tics. Bristow Is appointing fourth-claspostmasters at tho rate of over 100 a day, but Kentucky is spared, thank goodness. offices. Mrs. Brodcrson, tho lady candidate for superintendent of schools In Logan Issue of the Elk-to- n county, won the nomination over her With his opponents. Progress, Editor Loving W. Gaines two gentlomenlygentlemun Certainly u Logan county will always seems to take both tho cako and tho step aside and give the way to a lady. bakery from tho rural roosters. His is. Elkton Progress. These didn't, however. They had to be kicked aside. sue of Friday was a stunner. The Legislature has passed another bill that requiring convict mined coal to bo so marked. A bill of such vast Importance surely ought to have tho emergency clause attached If it has not. A great many peoplo are almost freezing to death for fear thoy will burn convict mined coal that Is not marked 'Convict Mined Coal." Hobart carried Paterson, N. J., for tho McKinloy ticket last November by 11,200 majority, but Tuesday last tho democrats carried the place by 800. The republican committee in Judge Morrow's district will meet ut Mt. Vernon, Aug. 12 to fix tho time und manner to nominate candidates for judicial He Forgot. A good brother who attends every sanctlilcation meeting ho can, had his thoughts so much on tho church and Its work that he forgot to sow his oats which he had saved from $100,000. to tho previous crop. A ortlon of the John Foley, of Lebanon, O., tried kill himself with his pocket knife be- land had been prepared also. cause his sweetheart refused to go drivTrouhle. Mr. and Mrs. L. G.Gooch ing with him. seem to have mure than their share of Constable Hickman and Ben Heav- trouble. Not long ago their son Cicero ier, of Boone county, Tenn., wore kill hud a leg cut off by the cars and a few ed by William Hembrec, whom they duys ago, another son, Nate, wad killed were trying to arrest. by a train, particulars of which are John Combs, of Leslie county, was given In our Waynesburg letter. bitten by a rattle snake and died short For breaking into the smoke house ly afterward, says a dispatch, out tins and stealing meat from Jim Hughes at Is pretty early for snake stories. Rowland, Hiram Ashlinger and John Nelson Clark, a Padueah steam-boa- t man, went to sleep on tho boiler of tho Elliott, were lodged in jail here. John steamer, Jennie Gilchrist. Tho safety Campbell, who Is also charged with the valvo oioned and he was scalded to offcuse, will, it is oaid, turn State's evidence, but he was jailed also yesterdeath. Minor was killed and Rich- day. Wesley ard Cummlngs probably fatally hurt by Two more frosts and some ico have a premature blast In the quarry of tho tried their withering touch ujvon the Standard Cement Company at Charles-tow- fruit buds since our last, but still they Ind. are not all killed. Yesterday's disThe "Red Strings" and "Kukluxed" patch said: Showers tonignt, decidedin Breathitt county have agreed to bury ly colder, with cold wave. TouijHiru-tur- o tho hatchet and have laid down the will fall to about freezing. Tues- arms that tho judge permitted them to duy fulr. bring into court. Some "5 or more ladies partook of the n saloon Andy Wepler, the refreshments served by Mrs. Kate keeper and former politician, died In at her millinery opening SaturLouisville. He killed Harry Clay, It day and the day proved both pleasant will be remembered, for which he serv- and profitable to the host as well as her ed a term in the penitentiary. guests. Tho ico cream was frozen, 1J Bourbon county has acquired free gallons at u time by Hlgglns & McKin-ne- y turnpikes without anarchist raids. The "a wonderful freezer in 1 minutes. fiscal court purchased 12 miles of pike, leaving tho county seat accessible by Mr. James P. Bailey tolls the democracy this issue that ho wants to free roads from every precinct, succeed himself us circuit clerk. Ho because they wouldn't let them go. Cashier Joseph A. Stiekney, of the has made one of the mostcareful, painsGreat Falls National Bank, of Somers-wort- taking and accommodating otllccrs that N. H was found In tho bank the county has ever had and tho iMirty will see thut his fidelity to it and his dead, with his throat cut. About faithfulness to duty shall not go unrehad been Btolen from tho safe. Owney, the great railway mall dog, warded. went down to bis grave "unhonored Easter was bright und beautiful, and unsung." A policemen at Cleve- but tho frost seems to have affected the land elubbed hhn Uf death before he crop of Spring hats, as but few apjoar-e- d knew that the dog was u celebrity. at tho churches Sunday. Those that The Georgia womun will not be hung were there show that the style gives a this week. Tho execution of Mrs. profusion of llowers and will bo as the Dollie Nobles, who killed her husband, old song puts it: has been ordered stayed by Judge HarShe hud a little bonnet, With a (lower garden on it, &c. lan. A writ of error was allowed. Robert Carlton and Theodore Stone We have rucclved with the compliwere burled in a mass of debris by an ments of Miss Gertrude Carroll Howimperfect blast at tho Monarch Coal EdiTheir dead ard, a copy of the Woman's Easter Mine, near Madi&onvlllu. tion of tho Clarksburg, W. Vu News, bodies were found several hours after of which we suppose nho was one of the the explosion. is in magazine form, conSuits have been filed by the banks of elitors. d It pages and is nreal triumph tains Louisville, asking that tho State bo of the typographical art, us well as a restrained from collecting taxes from literary ,ijom of purest jiuy serene. them under the recent decision- of the court of uppeals and tho supreme court The young ladles of tho Presbyteriwill be asked to settle tho matter. an church, who were trying to get up Tho jdry in the case of an Old Folks' concert, have given it up Attendant Piatt, for the murder of Jes- in disgust, us they couldn't get the "old se Tyree, returned a verdict of guilty folks" to work, presumably because of manslaughter arid fixed his punishnone of them wished to bo classed In ment at four years' imprisonment. that list. The ladies arc going to have Piatt ran off to England after tho kill- something else, however, they tell us, ing and was recently brought back by that It will bo much better than a concert. the sheriff of Fayette. LOWE. Capt. Matt Lowe, who 1h The Legislature, known by almost every patron of tho division of the L. & N., Is In the House the bill reducing the Knoxvlllo general just rounding out his ,'llth year with salary of the assistant adjutant that company, 30 years of which has to $1 per unnum was killed. been spent as conductor. During thnt Tho Kentucky Legislature apiKiinted ona committee to invite William J. Bry- long timo he hasn't had a fight and ly once or twice has it been necessary an to nddress that body Monday. Tho State Senate killed tho bill com- for him to speak harshly to a boisterpelling' county judges to apoint elec- ous passenger, notwithstanding his run portion of the toughest tion otllccrs, as recommended by party is through a part of the State. lie Is always in a committees. The Kentucky treasury is "busted" good humor und no conductor is more and has suspended payment of the leg- popular, painstaking or gallant, and islative per diem. This will either particularly is ho popular with the labreak tho deadlock or tho deadlockers. dies, who seem to know him from one ena 01 nis run 10 rue cup- .TTmiQtnn Pnjt j uln fl8,l"M tlmt ll0 h,w nin ovur m The republicans who have been sup-porting Dr. Hunter lor senator uro ex- 000 miles for tho L. & N., und the manpected to vote for him through toiluy's agement now considers him us much of balloting ut least, his friends demand-iu- g tin essentiul to success us it does its enthis much us sort of indorsement. gines. After that a man satisfactory to Hunter may be put up. K. TANNER A republican nominee for U. S. Senator hus been Indicted for bribery. This Is ti ciindliliito for Circuit Clerk, Mihjecl to is the gravest charge thut coulu uo tho slll of the democratic party. brought against u man in public life, und the most humiliating catastrophe B. COOPJ5K that could befall the party to which hebelongs. Cincinnati Commercial Tri- u ,lc,HcJiito for Clork of tho Lincoln n, For all wool Ulue and Dlack Cheviot Suts, worth it). $2.50. $1.50. IJtiyB a good suit for men 75 Cents for Boys' Knee I'nnU Suits. For Hoys' Itvcfer Suits with Handsome Hrnidcd Collars nnd worth ble tho tnonoy. dou- A Shop Annnrhinirv For Yon. Century Toe. Worth :l. $2. Ladles' Vlci Kid Patent Tip, Button or Laoo. $1.50.Ladles' Tnn Ijicc, pointed tip, brand $1.35. .MissoV fine Vic! Kid, new toe, new an 1 bought to fell nt f'J. pnt. tip, worth-Tw- o do'lar . 50c and 25c. size, For cl.llilrcn'e 2 to 8 $2.75. For Men's Ohocolnto tan Russia Calf, Vic! Kids nnd Oxbloods in tho latest style toe. To our fu 1, nice and now line of Drcus Goods', New Silkn, Now 1'lald Dress Goods. Now Percales, Now Lace, New Hamburgi, Now Style Klbbons for Trimmings and so on Itcmemler you et a handsome piece of S1LVKRWAKK with every 123. purchase, it matters not whether you buy it n I at once or in a year Ladios Attention! well-know- Dud-der- ar THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UHBANSKY A CO , PBoriunroits T. D. HANKY, Makaobh. m m Patis, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bnrdstown, Lawrenceburg, '"ynthlana, Versailles nence, Georgetown, Klizabcthtown. Emi- Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind, h, PAINT. BEoyLEAD. 4 Beyond doubt we have tho best Heady-mixe- d Paint on ilie market 0IL& VARM$I)G$, (0L0R$, At Iowcst Cash Price. ... CRAIG66 HOCKER, TKC QLUC-QRA33 KEftQ Thoroughbred Suroc Jerssj E"D IP i 30-od- - Vismd&r -- Mr lirnslm worn .olootol from ih U--t litnhol li)( In wreralsutei of IhU fjtnom lirsxl ol A ildilll lot of pig ( illnVrrtit ap l,r jo. Ilitst mw a tKiiattr hatlifirtlonguarantttM. Corrra- pouticru? Miiienm. .vmrew I It. H. BRONAUGH, Cruli Orchard, Kjr. m FOOT WEAR. OUH STOCK OF- - Gents' SHOES and Ladies' Comprises tho latest styles, colore nnd SUPPERS Call toes used, bcauti'ul In rhade and bhapo. nnd seo them. H. J. McROBERTS. ino-ouio- r. Makes hard work easy. You enn get moro butter. You wash, salt nnd work tho but- tor before taking it out of tho churn WwlvBfcf MPEv 11 Will Sell You One on It will pay for itself in few wcokH J. jfjk TmJU mm full rjfatf38 Gi0. Conn-bun- e. I Most Complete nnd Convenient Freezer over offered in Stauf rd. Heqt irea less 'nbor lefca timo and less ico than any freezer, only requiring from ona to two minut.'a to Vl lift l AT llt'ii- freezo cream Wo guarantee them to do all we clal n an l thoy ara Bold on trial,' lr Ft r tlT Pj,nntnn iin If lliu people with lYtsi, I cuii now Vory respectfully, matter' Cumly of Hiinply the unci superior uxcel-wlt- Como and seo for yourself. one 1v iwn.,suggestion, wnais tho varieties h "the patient search and vigil long ioncOVUry diy. I urn making itnwelf of him who treasures up a wrong.-"-' Iu,d guarantee isulsf.ictIon. Olvoinoacull. I J. A. feTKl'linXSON, Stanford. Louisville Times. tho-live "Tho cohesive power of public in- " competency Keeps tho Hunter lorccs Bradtogether, but what holds ley bolters V" Is what tho Covington ty Court, subject to tlio notion of tlu emtio i.irty. - demo- - The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. ti CANDY KITCHEN. HGCVS M'KINNEY. A,. LNWMH! wmMtressaexTsesrfBc:, E53Wtaott xajcv; WJsne.tmn.t-"1'""""- " mt m imi iii i.j j miijmmn9fff rniwr H RMMMaMMfW 'fr? WWM "grwftwi'Wgwt i)ipftiflwjHyr i.'Wy,'yT3-l- t WW ' '1TfinTj yTgiPtli,fffTl"'yyi,'3gfff'- - iaj rt . sir v " 'y;r'v f " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokd. Ky, April 20, 1897 WOMAN AND FASHION. fhe Aftornoon Tea Bad Form Hat Trimmlntra Oown-Stacrln- esa L,VE STOCSHiPMENTS. la Mutual Quarantine ami Other Regulations Hettrren Canada and Till Country. I J ABOT H 1 0016. Standnrd Uulo 0. UecorJ A u. 2:19. Very Useful Organization. W. P. WALTON. To Tun Nohtii. Tho Queen Si Cres a service cent Route has Inautfui-utoof observation cars on the famous Bluo Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati nnd Lexington. Free parlor cats and Queen Si Crescent Standard vostlbuled day conches. Four trains dally to Cincinnati with close connections with all trains north. Queen Si Crescent trains aro without a peer In the South. 1" miles shortest line, unequalled train train service. W. C. Ktnearson, gen'l pass'r at., Cincinnati. O. m INCOMIWKAIILK. Tho servlco on the Queen Si Crescent fust trains South Throuirh Pullman drawing room sleep-erStandard vestlbuled day coaches (Invatorles and smoking nwrnn.) and observation cars. 1'nfn. Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Fieri- du or to Now Orleans, W. C. HlNKAK- 80N, jjen'l pass'r iitft., Cincinnati, u. rT rutes to Now York City. Reduced a. Afternoon tea is not properly n fnnc-tioIf there bo reason for ncrviug it RAISING GRAPEVINES. 0110 dny, there is reason every day, and it is nlv.nys u well thought of contribuThe Layering 1'rorrM I Hrconimended by Cuttlnc. tion to liny woman's day at homo. Tho to Novicea Iro!BKtl Somo varieties of grapes nrc readily visiting ;own is therefore tho proper raised from cuttings, but tho easiest and thins; for tea, whether it bo fonual or most ccrtnin way for novices is by lay-- . informal. Tho foregoing opinion hi expressed in Tlie Puritan, where tho matter is further elucidated y tho illustration of a well dressed woman going to an afternoon ten and tho followiug re- marks: There nro any number of pcoplo who do not know tlie limits of an elegant visiting gown to be worn through the city streets whether they go in a carriage or 011 foot. Many women get their Kle-im- nt nui-lo- r Ohio Ky. will bell nl round trin tickets to New York City II f fares L'olllL' April -- '! nm. nnil to 20th Inc. and good to return until two Laniueu vmiiuuitoi Mnv 4111. Trains each way dally, making three, hours quickest time from Central KenBarney, dlv. tucky flints. George pass, nirout Lexington, Ky. Tim f 'hoMnnciiko mie-tllll- tl PIG.Z rnOI'AOATIOK nv I.ATEItS. crs. With n view to assisting nmateurs Country Gentleman represents this process by nu illustration horo reproduced. A branch of tho preceding year's growth is bent down as represented at Fig. 1 nnd covered with soilthrco inches deep, or n strong shoot of tho present Com whit. No smoke. dut or cln-- j K'aon's early growth is used in the dors on Oiieon it Crobcent Huutu limit hnino wny. noots nro wirown out ns reped trains South. Ilocl: ballast. Siierb resented, nnd before winter it is detachtrains with every comfort. Fast time ed and taken up, forming tho two plants nnd the short lino from Cincinnati. in Fig. 2. Tliis is tho simplest nnd ens- wny to increase tho plants on a ClllUP EXCUHSIOX IIATB3 To Ni:w hM Si On account of the unveil- lng of tho Grunt monument in New York Cltv, excuilon tickets will bo sold via the C. it O. Route at greatly reduced tutes. Tickets will lie som . going April SlnltoSilUi Inclusive. good to return leaving Now ork. until Tho agreement between tho United N'lll mako tho season of 1897. States and Canada relating to cattle, Sntr.l) uy Wausixoham 21C0, slro of Latltudo 2:10K nnd T or S other In tin list. sheep, swino nnd horses is ns follows: Each country shall accept tho vctcrin-n- r 1 dam Tlnsc! by Mossongur Duros 100, son of Hambletonlnn nnd slro of certificates of tho other. i ElnlnoStSO, tho dam of Korlnlne, yearling record 2 :31J, Tho chief of tho bureau of animal in- 2 clam Hess Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamblctonlan 10, slro of dustry nnd the chief inspector of stock DoxterSil'M. for Canada will mutually iufonn ono .1 dim .Tussle Sayro by Hurry Clay 43. slro of tho dams of St. Julian 2:llf, another of uny outbreak of contagions Hodino 2it9J nnd 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotaniimtl disenso iu either country, or of ters; also slro of tho dam of Electioneer, sire of 130 In disease in animals, imported from either tho 2:30 list. country. 4 dam by Liberty, son of Lince, by Amorlcnn Eclipse. A 00 dny quarantine shall bo enforced Vnlslnghum 21C0, hlro of Nnboth, Is one of tho youngest sons of George Wilkes 610, by both countries upon all cnttle Imported from Europe or from any country record 2:22, who wired Harry Wilkes 2:13. Ouy Wilko 2:15. Mlko Wilkes 2:15K. Willu which contagious pleuropneumonia cox 2:ltl and C2 others In the 2:30 list: also 41 producing sons nnd 19 producing daughters. is known to exist. A 15 dny quarantine Note. N'iiIkhIi Is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled Juno 23, 18si8. His pedigree shall bo enforced upon all ruminants tho blood of Hambletonlaii, Georgo Wilkes, Mambrlno Wilkes, Pilot, Jr., and I lurry nnd Hwiuo imported from countries iu Clay. which foot nnd mouth diseases hnvo exXji-vin- g -isted witliiu six months nnd upon nil swino imported from nil other countries. My flue itaddlo stallion, Breeding cattlo admitted into this country must bo nccompauicd by a certificate that theyhavo been subjected to tho tuberculin test and found free from Will also mako tho present sason ut tho low price of S3 to Insure u Uvltigcolt. Ho Is clc tuberculosis; otherwise they shall bo. tr.intlv bred and a sure fo.il getter. I will aNo stand detained in quarantiuo ouo week and subjected to tho tuberculin test All I con-tilns i At $15to l33.su.xe a, Oolt- WILLIAM Il 1 l., I TiA0 GOOD JHCKS HT $7. J. VJ flu R!iiMjtmS YOKKClTY.-- I minll scnlc. Cuttings for outdoor work nro mndo soven or eight inches long, ench with two or more buds (Fig. 3). They are plnced in n slop-goo- d jK ,H,sition WJ,j nnu iiiciiming i. . i. VMIIU IHJ11KU IV rti.l.. nure. Special nttn. modern electric llghttd train running tiou U called to through to New York without change, directions serving all meals in Dining Car. Wash- tho hotting the about ington Kxpreis leaving Lexington at S:'Xrt i M. connects In Washington tho cuttings in a next afternoon with Congressional Lim- elanting jwltion ited. The scenery of the Chotipoake to the full length of of tho cutting, & Ohio imrtlcularly at this tho venr Is more attractive than can bo leaving n bud hnd'nliini? the lino of any other mil just at tho sur- road of equal extent In the world. face of tho h)11. If planted in this way, they nro ' GRAPEVINE CUTTING. A. more easily finn ed by the Fettling of the poll. PropagatSurgeon ing grapevines from peed is employed Dentist, only by skilled cultivntors for the pur , pose or originating new vnriouo. I int. "u viiuj.i- flu. nn l' lltli. flfisslfltr UIU UUIJ Mll .i.rniuh birth- f din. (Irani' vlniv iii.....,...i i,iin niii.i nnil tin, ..i seminary at Maysvllle, Ky., where he received his early education and from which he went direct to West Point. The famous F. F. V. Limited leaving Lexington at ll:i"i a.m. is the only t . I I (hl) rn,.Mmr.ir ed, the upper ,,1 iust above tho soil. Cover tho furfnee with a w,ch in j9 press- - I layer of flue ma- !. PRICI'. I Stanford, Ky UffBlS Offlo?otr Meltoberu' lhu Stor lliilMlntf. In the Owley Hybrid Wlcliurnlmna ItiMr. hn proved very vnluublo where a trailing carpeting plant is needed. Tho plant forms long shoots, creeping along h'JT, carH. Ji Winger, tho ground. It makes u handsome used PaUm ami warrantnl. pet under tall growing roues and is Station Ji, Chicago in parks to cover slopes or hang over embankments. Although it suffered in somo plnoefl around Boston last winter, it is generally regarded as entirely hardy. It is sometimes called memorial rcse, being much used in cemeteries. itotrn: In this connection Rural Now Yorker describes n set of hybrids resulting from Tlie lkt Uiir tnaixi 1'rum tho Wichurninun crowed with Hybrid TOLEDO AN ID Remontant, Brier and Noisette This M;t includes four varieties Mandn's All IN'luti In MlcliUti. Triumph, pure white, double flowers, CHICAGO very fragrant; Universal Favorite, dou'Whh Cilr SvrlM." ble, bright roso; South Orange PerfecllclTrr initial Mtlii. tion, double, blush pink shading to ST. LOUIS white, nnd Pink Ronincr, eingle, bright Atolillnj the Tuuurl pink, lighter at tho center, with deep orange stamens. This is said to bo a BOSTON. swcoitirier hybrid, nnd should thereWniKr.iwl'liis C'at- fore prove very hardy nnd vigorous. In addition to their value ns trailing plants YORK. Cr, I'iUu tho Wichuralnna rosea may bo trained Ilutlet rrlor Cr. W'ajti r tiHrlmentCr, l.lrgant Coaches aiul Dili' to form n beautiful arch. Ihuj a Bicycle until So Not hac (titriiat GnuU you dicounl on Winarr't Stxciar tW 7i;i The Jnpanese Rosa Wichuraiana, which was introduced a few years ago, 'BIG 4: DETROIT Station pike. must bo accompanied by a certiflcato & nny showing that they are freo from contagious disease and that (excepting tuberculosis) no such diseaso exists iu MORGAN tho district whence they came. Cattle iu transit will be admitted at Morgan Denmark Is a bay Mnlllon, 10 nny port of tho United States aud Canfor exportation hands high. Ho Is splendidly bred as a ada in bond, or in bond glanco at his pedigree will show. Ho will by Fen from any Cauadiau port or from mako tho present season of 1607 at our sta- ble, on the now Lancaster pike, 5 miles from Portland, Boston and New York. No luiimuls covered by this memoran Danville, at dum may bo placed on board cars till ' tho litter from previous loads has been g 0 JusxirO A Living Colt. removed nnd tho car thoroughly eleaued and disinfected. Inspectors may causo Giro taken to prevent accidents but not !uch work to bo dono atHho expenso of responsible should unv occur. LI hi retained on rolls for tho season monthe railway company, or prohibit tho ey. Mares truded lieforo fact Is ascertained is done. uso of cars until it season money duo. Sheep mny bo admitted subject to in- makes Morgan Denmark was foaled In 1SS9. Hols spection nt port of entry and accompa bv On Time, son of Stonewall .Inekson. 1st Stonewall Jackson: nied by official certificates that sheep dam Ladv Morgan, by 3rd dam by Matchless GOIXO TO AS AKTKllXOON TEA. bv VlrL'Inlus": has not existed iu tho district where 2nd dam dl;m y Transby. a,u, 4, idea of elegant costuming from tho scab vnrrail Denmark Is one of tho lost bred stngo. To bo "smart" a woman's gown they hnvo been fed within six mouths. Kentucky lias good stnlllons mtist never hnvo tho fnintest suggettion If disenso exists in any of them, they saddle and tall nndlugood. long, rangy necK. Sheep mano of tho fatal defect of may bo returned or slaughtered. of stnglncss or lilm. Will also stand TWO Don't may bo admitted for transit in bond GOOD fall to seo o MULE JACKS at fO to Insure. tawdriaos. It must lie solid and Mares grazed at SI. 50 per month. if it is not simple and light nud from ouo port to nnother in cither couuMAL'GIIMAN BROS.. try, and. if for slaughter, they may bo airy. Danville, Ky. 12 Reapon of tho year there is admitted without inspection. Subjectto For this inspection nt shipping port, they may no material so reliable ns cloth for tho well dressed woman, when sho passes, bo admitted into either country for WALLACE DENMARK 55. the jKirtals of her own door before 0 transit to any shipping port in Canada o'clock iu tho evening. Sho may wear for export by foii, or to tho United States Hy Sumpter Denmark, Jr.. he by Goddard's silk nud velvet, but it will bo ut tho ex- for export from Portland, Boston nnd Denmark, ho by Gaines ft Cromwell's Denpense of her taste. Sho inny havo her New York. mark, ho by tho race horso Denmark, ho by Swino mny bo admitted without in Imp. I ledge ford. I'lrst dam l'aimlo Wallace cloth of tho most delicious shades of blue, tun or nny ouo of tho soft colors spect ion for slnughtcr in bonded enrs to 30, hy Sir Wallace: 2nd dam by Vlrgluliis; mure. lorm which tho clothmakers know so woll Donueu smugntcr nouses, or wneunccom-- , 3rd dam a Whip SIO THIS INSURANCE. how to bring ont now. It mny bo trim- - lug part of a settler's eirocts anu mod in braid or fur or point do veniso panied by a certificate that swino plaguo LEXEL2G2. about tho waist, but never n softer lace. , or hog cholera has not existed withm six months iu tho district whence they K Sltteen hands high nnd a jicrfect model. Point do vcniBO is, an you know, that imtuiHntnA. onnrsn. vnllmc lnoo mndo in came. Lacking such certificate, they Ho Is by Wallace Denmark 33 see Ills liedl niust bo inspected at port of entry, nud, preo above. Lexul's first dnm Mag 3T, by the stitch of the point d'alencon. Vldtjtto, bv Vludex, by Blood's lllack Hawk, This season n kind of clothy enshmere if diseased, will bo slaughtered without ho by Old mack llawK. i'nu nam Jujia Walaft- compensation. lace, by Sir Wallace, ho by Todhunter's Sir called dmp d'etat is much worn for Horses may bo admitted in bond from Wallace, ho by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. ernoon dresse. Tho waists of thceo gowns are often henxily trimmed. An- ono port to another in cither country 3rd dnm by Vlrglnlus. 4th dam a Whip Mnre. SIO THE INSURANCE. other fashion of tlw moment is the long without inspection at tho shipping port. renrN of ohiffon which nro wrapped Horses may bo admitted for racing, SBI&NOLTJS. about tho thront and tied in a great show or breeding purposes on inspection to fall at port of entry. Horsos may bo admitspreatling bow under tho chin, Hrlcnolus It) by Ilrlgnoll, Hubblo's prem in ends to tho waist. This is twaolly ted for temporary stay, teaming or ium jack, ho by Prince, Iietter known us Hob worn with tho littlo Eton jacket which pleasure driving at points along tho Tall, who brought $1,300 to a California party. Hrlgnolus'dam by forms iui ornamental part of mart of frontier for a period not exceeding ono show jack. Ilrlgnolus Giant, CaldwelU' great Is black throughout Vhito or week on port of entry permit of customs with white points und of ilno size nud good tho gowns for nfternoon wear. ho observo any evideuco bone. polo pearl linings are a feature of tbeso officer. Should jackets. Tho figured and Dresden effects of disenso ho will detain tho nuimalJ! SO THE INSURANCE. in linings hnvo grown pnsso through and report to tho district inspector, who Season money is duo on all mares bred to when they nro either removed. . will deoidowhotner tlio nminnis may iw, r.y stock thoir chenp caricatures. admitted, and horses used for driving, intruded or bred to other stock, Stock committed to ridhictoor from noluts in Manitoba mv personal attention my caro will receive Hat Trlmmlnira. Territories or British ColumVoguo calls attention to tho fact that Northwest J. STEELE CARPENTER. Hustonvllle, Ky. hat trimmings and tho snmo will hold bia on business connected with stock 12 good for bonnets hnvo veered to ouo raising or mining, nud horses belongiug to tho Indian tribes, may be udmitted ZESed. IE3"U.xle3r, side nnd that sido is tho left. Tho of this stylo is far more nni- - without inspection, but must report to Tho great hornless bull, will Ihi Insured to customs officers both going nud coming. get iiiuly calves f"om any kind of cows, Under all other circumstances horses whether tho cotts havu horns or not. for 35. J. T. HACKLEV. must bo inspected at iort of entry. CartH-ntcr's to the Imnl times nnd tho low price of stock. l.uro greatly reduced .. mimtrr whonco shinned or S!.-0ln- R . i n.wl l.,..l... .... ....... ..,,t ...j ....... imuhii.j ...... 1.U..1.1I.. .!. r bOlI IL'u Ul IHJIU' Him jai.ni. nnu .uiiiiul--i jii .1...I. I... It. .t.l.... II. slaughtered without compensation. any la tho State. Stablo two mile south of llmtonvlllo on tho Morelnnu froillncr orstockinir ranches Htntid lower than f!ntfln tnr IC.IIAUGHMAN, Hustonvllle, If v. n,1 . tn tl.-- ' w vw-.- .- A 111 ... sea- - I J I DENMARK. ! A sure b: months old. 12 D.mvllle Pike, foil getter, at S3 to Insure a colt four O. A. LACK EV, 3 jack oa.o:k: miles from Stanford. I will stand my nlco young , I will old tho Stanford ft I'reachersvlllo plko To stand this Jack at Silas Anderson's stand 3 miles west of I'reachersvlllo on JUMBO! no pav. Is i mare, no colt, If the mare nolghlorhood Is not In foal, money Is due. At S5 1: Insure a Colt get up and suck and walk around tho traded or removed from tho without satisfying mo that sho tho season Is forfeited nnd tho JOHN II. ANDEKSON. J The Imported Trench Coich Stallion, hnnd-som- FURIEUX Will make 1594, J tho season of 1S97 at my stables nearShelbvCItv, If., at 310 to Insure a living colt. Vartlng with mure or moving out of tho county forfeits Insurance. I'urleux Is a rich bay, with small strlpo In the face, stands full 10 hands nnu weighs 1,200 pounds. Has good stylo and fine action and should droduco Just what tho buyers aro now looking for large, active drivers and -- addlers. Call anu sec him and examine his pedigree, both of which you will find superb. Will also stand tho splendid jennet Jack, Emperor 27 at SO for mares and 310 for Jon-nesame terms as horse. I. S. TEVIS, Shelby City, Ky. ts; I George Dictator, a352. Standard. Rlack stallion, foaled 1PSI: 15 hands high and a model every vrav. Ho was sired by tho great Dictator 113. "First dam Allco by Altnont 33, record 2,30; 2d dam by Norman 25; 3d dam Young Twyinan mare. Will mako tho season at my stable At 910 to Insure a Living Colt. George Dictator 3302 has proven a splendid breeder of speed, stylo and action, I will also stand TMO GOOD JKCKS At $8 to Insure a living colt. before you breed. Sco my sto-- k M. S. nAUOHMAN'. Stanford, Ky. ENGLISH : HUNTER. 10 ed bv Abdallalf Messenger, ho by Messenger Chief, slro or Maud Messonger, 2:16. English Hunter's dani by Denny's Dronnon, ho liv Imported Dreuuon. I will htuud him Combined bay stallion, hands high. Sir- NEW Host Market Rabbit. SIih-iiIii- ? lng Can your tUleU K O. McCOtlMICK, ltaiura rial l "HI" l'Ol'K" 1. H. A MAItriN, Tkt ArI. IMeiiierirrilni)Ur., (Jen. 1'm. CINCINNATI, OHIO. MOIMOKIIMSIMOMIM O THB POPULAR mm Ilanljr Cactuir. Median's Monthly calls attention to tho fact that few plants are more effective than hardy cactuses for many situations in flower gardening. Tho ouo most frequently seen is Opuutia ratines-quiu smooth jointed form, which has brilliant yellow flowers in midsummer. Until Into years it wns confounded with Opuutia vulgaris, which is u more slender grower, but very hard to distinguish i, The best market rabbit today is undoubtedly tho Belgian hare, which is not a hare at nil. Tho Oraugo Judd Farmer says that tho young grow very quickly and nt 3 months old will dress from four to six pounds nnd, woll roast-earo a dish for nn epicure. They havo uono of tho gamy flavor of tho wild rab bit. The flesh is white, firm, fiuo grained, tender and of delicious flavor. d, mm ROM $6 To ct-a-c- this season at mv stable 3 miles from Shelby City, ou tho Knob Lick and Turnorsvillo plko nt In3o.ro A Living Colt. Money duo wion colt l foaled or inaro parted with. I will also stand ono ilno oung On Mhin Street, Stanford, FOE. :RE2sTT. W. jP. WALTON. EARN MONEY. juicy summer foal to animals in FAStllOKABLC Live Stock rolnta. What tho silo does is to furnish a win- from tho former one. There nro varieties referred to O. rnfinesquil, that nro more distinct than this. Tho common form of opuntin from tho plains, O. mlssonriensis, also with yellow flowers, but having tho joints covered with slender silky hair, makes u very pretty flower garden ornament. MILUXEUT. I IMMOMOTn MO(NOuLv-cMM J Cf P flflP OKI MM M , Thing Told by Other. versal than trimmings taking straight liues across tho brow or top heavy effects on tho crown, to say nothiug of tho scurry of multitudinous wiugs in all directions on brim and crown. Illnstra- - j tious presented by tho authority quoted j includo ono of tho popular circlets or crowulosd bonnets. A Useful Organization. In England there is a society tho object of which is to provide untrained women with work thoy aro capablo of performing. This is mending, patching and darning. Packages of household Hnen and stockings and other frayablo articles ore called for on receipt of a postal cord, monded and returned. Odd Mention. j HM mm L? FRANK iioinimoini D OlMMOINlOlMlMyiy Clitcao. G.l'.A., E. II. BACON, D.l'.A J. BKED, mm M Tho Priucess of Wales is tho quocn of singlo violets. Burbaukis a California hybrid cauna,' with largo orchidliko flowers. Professor Hciges say? Gloria Muudi is the largest apple known. Meehau's Monthly tell that tho monthly or evor bearing strawberries, as rule, havo proved useless as far as a realization of a largo and steady crop is toncerued. Dwnrf oaks as garden ornaments are gaining in popularity. The Monettia vine likes a warm, sunny position. The Silver Spruce is ono of tho most useful aud beautiful evergreens iu exist-enco. There is aproponderanco of enameled mm IjuUvlllo. HM ON0MMO1M0N) js:' s-- MBIMEIIMMO M , ornaments. As tho days begin to lengthen tho wraps begin to shorten. Roman pearls are much worn iu place of real pearls, and when judiciously selected and properly mounted cannot bo Tho old Turner red raspberry is ono told from tho genuine article by any but experts. of tho best. Whito satin stock collars are worn If on cold or clay soil, raiso your flower bods. Tho warmth of tho sun vrith Bilk and velvet shirt waists in place roaches tho roots of tho plants easier, of the linen ones, and satin of any color may bo substituted for tho white. and you can control the moisture. ter. When timothy is to bo fed to young animals that want to bo pushed along rapidly in growth, cut it in its first blossom. For horses it Bhould bo cut a littlo later, but not so lato as thotime of tho second blossom. Silage is palatable and easily digested and makes an excellent food, not only for milk cows, but for fattening steers and other animals. Hay or fodder that is allowed to get too ripe before cutting loses a fifth of its nourishment. In spito of tho hog diseaso that ravaged some sections in 1896, there were many more hogs marketed at leading points thau iu 1805, and thoir weight averaged probably ten pounds more per hood. Tho fact that the price was somewhat lower than tho previous year seems only to havo made the buying more llvoly. Colman's Rural World regards tho Poland-Chinas the typical hog of tho corn aud grass belt. It declares that when the Berkshire and the Poland China are respectively raised for a few generations in the belt indicated, they assume a typo very nearly resembling each other. Still breeders in tho central southern states and thoso bordering ou the gulf havo generally settled dowu into the conviction that the Berkshire is the hog for them. a The Mickell Magazine, 180 hands high, weighs 050 pounds. lllack with white miliits. Mred by tho groat champion jack, Tom Klne, whoso reputation us Apply to a breeder Is know far and near. Hob Tail's dam by Levi Hubble's Prince, better known as Hot) Tall, llubblo's I'rlnco was said to breed finer mules than nay Jack that over stood In this county. Iteniember Prlnco was the slro of Joo Hlnckburn and Ilrlgnoll for which Mr. Hubblo could have gotten 94,000 at one time. Joo Hlnckburn alone brought $1,000. Hob Tall will mako tho present oea-so- n The KIOKELL MAGAZINE colt- nt l'lVE DOLLARS toII.Insure a living 10 F. POWELL. wants good reliable agents to canA very vas for subscriptions good rote of cash commission will bo given, or bicyclo premiums if preferred. All material andsaui pie copies furnished free. Apply Haco record 2:2t. fifth heat ou one-h-alf at once. mile track. 15 bob tjlixi, PENCE n j Summer Street, ! Benton, Muss Sired by UIouzl. Itleuzl was sired by ltol- tuout aim out of Dlaiulliia, by Mambrlno Chief. Pence's dam was by Almont Forrest, sou of Alraont. Second dam by Garrard Chief. CANDY KITCHEN I have opened up n Ctndy Manufactory on Lancaster Street and can supply Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. Of Many Varieties and Superior ExcelMr W Curtis Egbert, dny lency overy Will also stand n good Mule Jack an experienced maker, is in charge and At Five Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. guarantees satisfaction. Give us a call 91-- tf J A STEPHENSON. Mures parted with or bred to othor stock forfeits Insurance and mako.s season money due. & Cure taken to prevent accidents, but not respouslblo should uny occur. Mares grazed nt reasonable rates. T. A. COULTEU. Stanford. FRESH CANDY Ponco Is a flno Individual, standing In hands high, dark brown, perfectly sound and a horsp of great speed. Ho has gone a mile In 2:12. Will mako tho season of 1897 at my place 3J miles from Stanford, on tho Hustonvllle pike, at SON, DEHLERS IN COKL, NOEL Corn tintl Uny, Order Office and Fred Exchaoge, near the ltallroaj Crossing, Street, Stanford; - - Kentuolcy. Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately Det Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. Hlgaln'. Who eaa thhsk of gome almplo tiling to pateslr Protect roar Idea: ther mar brlnr you wealth. Wr'te JOHN WSODERuUBN CO., PateDt Attor-Ur(or thlr Sl.800 piUa oCr Waihlncton, D. d Wit of two buBdia taTMtlow naauitl. Wanted-- An Idea C n. ,4.4'. k - ik uAft!fc'4j.'jX - M v teSt,lb t ,X4Bk&l&,,''tk..i.,i Je&X&iu, ; . tJiJhifr KM j'.',$k-vmn.- ,V . ., V .s. lu.. rr m,ynyi: n 'n t niinf,jiai irnrto ! TWw ., ant T" mnw ,.,,. fMf i mi IUJ aim i m i r l WASHINGTON LETTER. MEADOWS AND PASTURES. SHORT NEWS STORIES. CURRENT ,MlSCECUtisJYT i Productive Forces of Cuba Her Rich Soil, Graasrs of Flrot Merit Introduced Into Castelxnary and Alfonso tho Dresser A Speaking of tho postofflco department v Xi.VVVNvXVOOiO tlio Great Tralrle Country. -- ' S.--- 0 Eurclar Story- - Konmrkablo PresHer Valuable Forests and Her regulation that tho letters "N. Y.H '.- -' Tho common medium red clover is a ence of Mind A Great Hit. Great Mineral Wealth. bo put after tho namo of Now must favorito wherever it will grow. It will York city in addresses, tho Boston Special Correspondence. Thero is a humble dresser behind tho Trauscript says: "Of courso everybody grow in all parts of tho upper MissisWith nn nroa about equal to that of sippi valley nud in nearly nil tho north scenes at tho Metropolitan Opera IIouso but tho postofflco peoplo knows that tlio tho state of Pennsylvania, a length of ern aud central statC3 In tho newer whoo xfauio is AlfcuiEo. He lives in an stato of Now York has its namo from 775 miles mid a width varying from and cold sections of Dakota aud Mou-tau- a ntmosphcro of greaso pots and rouge. tho city of Now York and that a refer30 to 1G0 miles, Cuba stands in a geoit cnunot bo relied on, but will He brushes out tho beards of fathers, ho ence to tho stato in something addressed together with probablyNlo hotter as tho soil grows old- lumps up tho crowus of kings, ho takes to tlio city is superfluous and without ' graphical position which, reaon. No doubt thero is a postofflco her productive soil, mineral wealth and er. In tho dry belt which runs down off tho boots of gnds. named New York in that climntjo conditions, should entitle her through tho Dakota, western Kansas "Tieui, Alfonso," said Castolmary imiwrtiucnt fact does Kansas but tho not put ou to rank among tho foremost communi- and western Nebraska this great plant on the fateful Wednesday night before real New York tho duty of identifying ties of tho world, o dibtinction to which cannot bo relied on. Tho Mammoth clo- going out to make his last bow to tho itself in any such superfluous way. I belicvo she will eoou nttain whenever ver is adapted to about tho same locali- world, "keep this for 1110" And the 'Boston, Mass.,' is not quite mi absurd a stnblo government and cheerful obedi- - ties. Alsiko clorer in tho west is best old singer, who had no ono to tako caro its 'New York, N. Y.,' but it is neverenco to u.o powers wini no prose u 10 mlaptCtl to iow lyiiiff slough lands. It is of him or his affairs, no 0110 to savo his theless absurd. Even in old England a , tho homo seeker and investor conditions moro hurdy than the medium red clover money for or to givo it to, handed Al- letter addressed simply to 'Bodton' genthat will moko homo pleasant and capi- and will thereforo grow in colder lati- fonso his pockctbook with $2,000 in it. erally comes to Mossachus ' ..ough tal secure. Although founded and set- tudes. In factious of ample rainfall it They brought him back to tho dress- thero is an ancient aud rcspcctablo tled moro than CO years beforo tho Unit- will grow well on arablo soils that aro ing room, awful in his foolish clothes, town of the namo in England, and a ed States, Cuba has still 13,000,000 not loams. Thomas Shaw, excellent auwith his motionless painted face. Tho book which bears tho namo of Boston nores of primeval forests whero tho thority, has crown good crops of Alsiko police asked for tho keys of his trunks on its title pago is never supposed in woodman's ax has never been heard. clover on tho stiffest of clay soils in On- and for his watch. Alfonso -- showed England to havo been publifhed in tho Thcso forests arc timbered, besides other tario. In a communication to Prairie whero they wero kept. Thou ho took town of St Botolph." woods, witli mahogany, cedar, logwood, Farmer ho furnishes valuablo informanone but ho knew tho pockctbook redwood, ebony, lignum vitto and caigu-ara- tion, as follows: Vhito clover is adapt- of from his that aud said: "Ecco. Mendelssohn and Malibran. breast good nhnpoto innt'o noney. Price, tlio latter being moro durable in ed to about tho samo rango of climato There is a great deal of money in Malibran had finished her singing F. '. J- tho ground than iron or stecL amid a ravo of admiring plaudits from as Alsike clover and is oven moro hardy. There was $2,000, 10,000 fraucs. s land good, No. 30. 800 acres Soil a Marvel of Bichness, Crimson clover is u favorito in tho At- Only Alfonso and his brother exiles all present, when sho ran up to 0110 of In a report to tho state department lantic states aud in thoso of tho south, know what 10,000 francs means to a the heartiest of tho applauding guests, shunted in Frnukllii county, Ky., 1'--' miles Consul Pulaski P. Hyatf tays that tho but in the northern states it is not like- "dago" working for his living in Amer- Felix Mendelssohn, and said in her own North of Frankfort, tho capital of eoil is a marvel of richness, and ferti- ly to do us much good. Tho winters aro ica. Only Alfonso and his brother exiles winning, playfully imiierious maimer, Moderate dwelling of nix rooms, lizers of any kind aro seldom used unless too severe for it. And just hero it may know how much sunshine and scashino which a touch of foreign Hpcoch and acthree tobacco bnrns; under good fence, on J. H. SOWDER. MANAGER. in tho case of tobacco, oven though tho bo mentioned that tho soils best adapted and warmth and blessed far uicnto in a cent mado only tho moro fascinating. good pike, three good nrchnrds. Public same crops bo grown on tho samo field to clover have usually a goodly sprin- little house at Marechairo 10,000 francs "Now, Mr. Mcudclswihii, I never do miles (ehool on farm. One nnd for 100 years, as has already happened kling of clay ox clay loam in them and will buy. Alfonso gavo up tho money, nothing for nothing. You must play for to church. 300 acres in j;r.is.s and timothy. in Bomo of tho old sugar cano fields. If rest ou a clay subsoil not too distant unasked and unquestioned. Good luck mo now I havo sung for you." He, BUILDING: This Is a good Mock farm nnd produces "nothiug loath, "let her lead him to all tho land suitablo to tho growth of from tho surface. to Alfonso. Town Topics. tho pianoforte, whero ho dashed into a Writo For Boat of Proportio3 well all kinds of grain, hemp nnd tobacsugar cano were devoted to that indusWith referenco to grasses, timothy ia wonderfully impnlsivo extempore, mastry, it is estimated Cuba might supply in a seuso cosmopolitan. It will grow co. A splendid bnrgxin. Price, 115 por A Burglar Story. Fcr Sale tho entiro western hemisphere with all over tbe northern and central states I. . N. acre. This burglar story was related last terly, musiciaulikc, full of gusto. In Lnnd Exclusions conducted. Factories sugar. Tho island has already produced whero cultivation can bo successfully week by a Fourth avenuo young woman: this marvelous improvisation he introLocated. Lhhi.h Negotiated. Abstracts No. 40. Farm of 107 acres, four miles in a single yoar for export 11,000,000 carried on unless it bo in n narrow Abovo all things sho mini ires savoir duced tho several pieces Malibran had ntu to tons, whilo its capabilities have only strip of dry belt. It does best in moist fairo and has frequently been heard to just sung, working them with ndmira-bi- o Furnished, Items Collected j from Crab Orchnad, Ky. Sixty acres of J 11 SOWDKIl, Stanford, Ky. skill ono after tho other, and Anally been in tho experimental stage, Tho loam soils and succeeds most poorly in remark that to bo awkward or embarriver bottom laud well wt in clover and adaptability of tho soil for tobacco cul- light sands, since in theso it does not rassed or to loso ono's self possession in combination tho four subjects blendo( corn hind: bal No So One llrick Hotel coiilniug nine ilmoihv. '.' nr 30 acres ture has long been tlio envy of tho get enough food to sustain strong was a crimo and stamped tho unhappy ed together in elaborate counterpoint ance In pasture aud timber. Good dwellMy father was so enchanted rooms, three hnlls, ono pantry, three large world, until a cigar that has not somo growth. Austrinn bromo grass, next to person as n plebeian of hopeless degraSplenpretension of having at least a littlo Cu- timothy, promises to become a favorito dation. Becauso of these beliefs sho is with this young musician's genius that closets, three porches one being a double ing nnd bnrn, garden nnd orchard. did wnter. Under good ban tobacco stands condemned without for meadow and for pasture. It will forced to admit that ho must liavo been 0110 of his friends said to him, "Novollo, and two single; water throughout the Miurch. a hearing. never supplant timothy whero tho lat- a gentleman in reduced circumstances. you'll spoil that young man." The re- building, both hot nnd cold. There U a fence. Close to good fchool nnd ply was, "He's too genuinely good to bo cloturn Hinl two well, otic of the re''s be- Price, 11,000; ItMl) cah, balance in ono Cuba takes great prido in tho quality ter is a pronounced Buccess, but it can Sho found him in her room after dinof her coffee, and until tho rebellion of light tho battlo of existeuco whero tim- ner when bIio cama to get her carriage spoiled." "My Long Life," by Mary ing the tine! of mineral water. Ono hv- - and two jears. 1868 sho raised a largo quantity for ex- othy would languish that is to say, on cloak. As alio entered ho stood beforo Cowden-Clarkforce of which will throw water drant, No. 41. 260 acres, lx miles from Crab ports. dry upland light soils and in regions of tho dressing tablo thoughtfully and A Curious Xlacincr AT Is take. over the top of the l tttldlng. Thl brick Orchard. About 100 acres In cultivation, No Frosts to Destroy. deficient rainfall. This grass is likely gracefully smoothing his hair with her Among curious sporting incidents building alouo cost H,00v, besides on the about 10 in grns. Dwelling of four rooms Tropical fruits, such as oranges, to provo a great boon to tho farmers in ivory brush. should bo recorded ono told by Mr. same ot thero uro two other business two tenant home, two good, largo barns, lemons, pineapples, mangoes, guavas, tlio dry belt. It has tho samo habit of Ho turned nleasautlrnt her littlo cry. John Kent in his "Reminiscences of tamarinds and many fruits with a local growth as quack or couch grass, but it , and then good gnrden, small orchard, splendid, his face expressed tho most Goodwood," whero a horso Iomjs a raco houses, one occupied with value, but too short lived for export, can be easily destroyed when wo want profound mortification and which contains four room g wnter both for domestic nnd amused em from being too far in front at tho winaro hero entirely at homo and never to get rid of it. Of tho pasture grasses, ho said, "I beg ning post Mr. C. Groville, who was and hall. Other building, which U 18x'J5 tock piirj)oes. situated on good rond. barrassment "Really," catch tho unlooked for frosts so frequent of course blno grass is king. It is pushexnnd there Thiols n vplcndld stock fnrm. Price, Tho 0 in Florida. Tho cereal crops never have ing ita empiro westward and will soon 1,000 pardons, madam. so verymast d judge, was seated on an crectiou so far feet, is occupied with traordinary thing! I am are three room above. A otitballdingn, W. K. P. cash In hand. above the level of tlio courso that and probably never will have a profita- reicm over all tho northern half of this that I am continually mistakpassed, unnoticed, by him, two good barn, buggy hoii'-c- , etc.; in fact all ble cultivation on tho island. Corn is great republic from tho Atlantic to tho ' ing my house, No. 42. Gnrrard county fnrm of 244 I livo in tho next block. or three lengths in advance of Vitollina outbuilding necesiary. Nice brick walks raised on a small scalo, whilo wheat Pacific unless it bo on tho ranges whero ' seres. Frame dwelling of eight rooms. in a duplicate of this building. I am and Ghost, which wero ruuniug ou tho all around prctuit-uand oats ore nevor grown at all. No bluo joint and buffalo grass grow sido invariably and is within 100 starting up tho wrong steps, opposite sido of tho course. Ghost huug Good bnrn nnd necessary outbuildings. flour mill exists on tho island Tho by sido liko brothers under conditions yards of H. It. Junction nnd depot nnd on 6CO, my wandering wits so much upon Vitollina as to endanger and tonight, remainder About U0 ncrcs in lover of fresh vegetables, I think, is unfavorable us yet to tho growth of carried mo I still farther. My wife will her being driven against tlio rails, good pike, one mile from county rest, In high stntc of cultivation. All under doomed to disappointment on coming bluo grass, Redtop is another stand by, call tomorrow to assure you of my rewhich so attracted Mr. Grovillo's atten- good schools and churches. 1 his hotel U good fence. Good orchnrd and splendid to Cuba. Garden truck is always in but is better suited to meadows than gret for this wretched mistake." tion that ho did not Feo Dandizetto, and elegantly furnished; now Insured for g but that crisp freshness which wo postures. It is, of course, best adapted water, garden. Plenty of Then ho picked up his hat, and inci- Boyce, who rodo tho maro, asked Mr. Totnl cost of thin hotel property, so much relish in our northern vegeta- to slough lands. It is quite at homo in dentally tjituatcd on good pike. Close to good purso and jewol box, and Grcvillo if ho did not wiu, stating that, furniture, Ac, 7 600. Present price, her bles seems to bo wanting. nearly all tho lowlands of tho prairie. fchool nnd church and In good neighboralthough ho passed tho post first by hnlf cash nnd balance in one nnd two In mineral wealth Cuba is capablo of Tho foregoing includes grosses of first bowed himself out a word. Aud sho novcr Baid hood, and near to two rnilroads. Price, somo lengths, ho could havo increased taking high rank. Gold and silver have merit introduced into tho prairio counT. L. 8. Sho Bays now that it was fully worth tho lead had ho felt disposed. So ap- years. d 35 er acre; cadi, balance In not been found in paying quantities. try. There aro others, but their adapta- tho loss of her jewols. Louisvillo ComNo. 30". Farm containing 175 ncru, on ono and two years. parent was tho error that Lord Vera-laJ. B. C. naCopper was mined at Cobro by tho bility is more local. Ono of these is tho owner of Vitollina, offered tho good pike, three miles from county teat; tives beforo Columbus discovered tho orchard grass, a second is tall oat mercial No. 43. Garrard county fnrm of 1C5 duko of Richmond tho stakes. in high statu of cultivation; buildings modisland, and thero is strong proof that grass, and a third is meadow fescue. Bemarkabla Presence of Mind. acres, 2J miles from Paint Lick, Lowell W. A. T. native copper was carried across to Whero theso will grow profitably can erate Price, 15.000. A lady issued invitations for a party Germans In France. and Hynttsvllle. This is nn excellent Florida and used by the Florida Indians only bo positively determined by actual of 1 2, and on tho morning of tho apTho popular Teutonic belief that it is No. 37. Farm of 338 acres, three miles hemp nnd tobacco farm. Largo barn, hundreds of years ago. Tho mound test. Alfalfa also has its place, and this pointed day when conferring with the not easy for n crman to travel in from county sent and nn good pike. Thin good, comfortable dwelling, two tenant builders of that state buried with their also must bo determined by actual test footman sho discovered that ono of the Franco without ciug well fortified Is nnd A Fnrtn, in high Mntu lioKH'B. Under good fence; good orchard dead copper ornaments and utcusils In somo sections of tho prairie it is a 12 silver shells in which scalloped oyswith credentials is ridiculed by Pro- of cultivation. Splendid ling of nln. and garden. Plenty of wahammered from native copper. ters wero to bo Fcrvcd had been mis- fessor Hartmann of tho gymnasium of veritable godsend; in other localities it As no copper oro is found in Florida or cannot be depended on. d cash, balplaced. Rigid search for tho missing Leipsio in n littlo volumo of 200 pages rooms, tw o tenant Iiousck, ilcndld burn ter. Price, '11,500; in tho United States for a long distance outbuilding; under good ance In ono antl two ycan. articlo having proved unavailing, tho on travels and philological studies in nnd nil necc-mr- y J. H. C. from there, and us that found in tho Vnloo of nuinns to the Soil. X'uly decided that, sooner than givo np Fraucc Tho professor apparently went fence. Lsnd very productive- - in fnrt n Garrard county No. II. United States or in Mexico does not corthat particular course, sho would simply A certain amount of humus is essen160 per ncre. took copious notes, somo respond chemically with that buried tial to soil feitilitv. As Agriculturist dcpjiuo oysters when they wero handed everywhere fortifications, and was not model fnrm. Price, farm. Good dwelling, one tenant of them near O. A. I.. with tho mound builders, it occurred to Clinton of Cornell station explains: The ij.j''aud so tho 11 shells would bo suffi- - onco arrested as a German spy. Everyhouse nnd necary outbuildings. Under good, No. 38. 1 US ncre. Professor R. H. Sanders of tho Acade- valuo of humus lies not so much in its g It happened that, when tl 10 oys body treated him with tho utmost con- lnml, on good pike, thr;o miles from town: giH)l fence. Abundance my of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia cnemicai lunuenco as m 11a pnysicai ac- ters were 6ervcd nt dinner, tho hostess In high statu of cultivation. Close Hartmann plainly that it was possible that theo mound tion. It is a great reservoir for tho stor- was engaged in a very animated con- sideration. Professor that it is high timo nl under good fencu nnd nil In grns ex- wnter. tells his countrymen to fchool. church and in a good neighborbuilders had water communication with age of nitrogen and moisture. It affects versation with ono or two of her neigh- to ceaso "waving tlio bloody shirt" Ho cept 25 acres. Two good hnrnn, n good hood. Price, 40 er ncre, cash Cuba and got their copper from there, the temperature of tho soil by making bors, and, forgetting her determination, shows them that French friendships aro dwelling of six rooms; a new y p dated. und balance ia one and two years. A Very Interesting: Ulscovcry. it warmer. It is ablo to absorb moisturo took ono of tho shells of oysters and set worth cultivating and adds, "If wo Good cistern nt the door, Kood npring J. II. 0. Ho therefore communicated with tho from tho atmosphere, und having onco it before herself. If tho servant's heart really wish to lessen tho animosity of nenrby. slock wnter. In writer and procured a samplo of native taken it up holds it fell in consternation at this, ho gavo France, wo must decide to renounce, tho Cuban copper, which proved upon analWhen wo plow under a green crop or no external sign of it, bur, speaking in annual celebration of our victories of ysis to bo tho identical kind used in stable mnnurc, says tho authority quot- tones distinct, though low, said, re- 1870 and especially tho fotes of tho tho copper ornaments mentioned. In tlio ed, wo aro then not only adding plant spectfully, "Excuso mo, madam, but anniversary of Sedan under tho guiso of early part of tho present century somo food to tho eoil, but wo aro adding this you said I was to remind you that tlio commemorating tlio unification of tho English capitalists purchased thcso valuablo humus, which is ablo to retain doctor forbado your eating oysters. " empire," mines, which aro nine miles from San- 181 per cent of its weight of moisture. Argonaut i An All Around Citizen. tiago. Tho books of tho Santiago do Hero is whero farming with commercial An old man named Whittaker in Tho Editor's Oroat Hit. Cuba consulate show that from 1828 to fertilizers fuils. Though wo may givo county, Ala., has lived in tho ' 1840 an averago of from $2,000,000 to all tho plant food necessary for tho A ridiculous typographical error in placo for 50 years, and yet ho has $3,000,000 worth of copper oro was growth and development of tho plant, on Arkansas paper has aroused indigna- Bamo shipped annually to the United States. tho commercial fertilizer does not add tion in u littlo town in that state. A been a citizeu of two states mid four For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of tiuterial at closer prices than ever Theso mines continued in successful humus to tho soil. If its uso is continued wedding took placo between two promi- different counties. At ilrst ho voted and operation until 1807, when u combina- year after year without being supple- nent members of tho village society, and paid taxes in Jackson county, Flo., Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Uoxing dressed tion of circumstances and not tho pov- mented by grcoa or barn manures, tho tho editor took particular pains to givo then a readjustment of county lines one side all seasoned stock. erty of tho mines closed them, and tho humus of tho soil is finally used up, and tho young couplo a good "scud off. " Ho showed that lie was in Holmes county, to which his duties as a citizen wero various shafts, from 000 to 1,200 feet tho crop fails becauso thero is no power wrote up tho event in florid stylo and displayed it under a throo lino head transferred. Later a survey of tho bound- -' deep, filled with water, idl savo 800 in tho soil to hold moisture. and enjoyed tho conscious fooling of ary lino between Alabama and Florida feet being below tho level of tho sea. In showed Mr. Whittaker that ho was an Grotrlng; Second Crop Potatoes. duty well performed. later years considerable copper was Imagino his horror, howover, when Alabamian und a resident of Dale conn-- 1 taken from theso mines by pumping tho Tho second crop is grown from tho water from tho shafts to tanks, into potatoes of tho second crop of tho previ- , ho read tlio next morning in letters that ty, in which ho continued until Gcnova which iron scraps wero thrown. The ous year, tho samo as used for tho first seemed big enough far a circus poster, county was created, when ho found himcopper held in solution by tho water crop, and not from potatoes grown early ' 'Charming Homo Wedding. Pink and self a citizen of that county. Exchange, THE GREAT BLISTnESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF THESOUTH. humkoi or auoums holding me rosmow. deposited ou tho scrap iron, which in tho samo year. Thcso aro called second White Wero tho Prevailing Tights. Tho Game of What, BtCOHHtNDtD BY Tht HADING EUSIHSS MEN 9T timo was broken off and tho iron used crop becauso they aro often grown on Many Monkish Gowns Wero Worn by Zf...,.lW,iZZrtlA, Thero was a timo, and that was not again. land from which an early crop has been tho Fair Guests." With a howl of rago very many years ago, when a groat porThe Iron Ore Output. dug. In Kentucky whoro, probably, tho ho seized a shotgun and started for tho Tho iron mines of Cuba, all of which hbest second crop potatoes aro produced, proofreader, but ho had flown. Tho tion of tho American peoplo looked with aro located near Santiago, overshadow this crop is planted in July and some- editor had written "tints" and "mo- disfavor upon uny gamo played with cards. That is not so much tho case toTMsi In importanco all other industries on times as late as .early in August When dish." Pittsburg Dispatch. day so far as regards tho gamo of tho eastern end of tho islnnd, constitut- planted so lato, they aro frequently cut whist Tho chango in sentiment has ing tho only industry that has inado down by frost beforo mature, but theso Social Etiquette. probably como about through recogniany pretense of standing up against tho immature potatoes aro said to bo tho When you invito a friend to visit shock of tho presout insurrection. Tho best for seed, although quite small. Tho you, specify exactly tho timo you expect tion of tho fact that in this country tho Juragua and Daiquiri iron companies grouud must bo very fertile. Rural her to Btay. Say, "Wo shall expect yon modern gamo of whist is practically never associated with gambling. Of all (American), with a combined capital of New Yorker. on tho 1st of May and will hopo to the great whist organizations in this over $5,000,000, now operato mines in havo you remain with us until tho country thero is probably not ono which WLat XJrno Does. this vicinity and employ from 800 to 10th." This is not impolite, but tho of superbly appefnted Limo may porform any ono of three nio.st perfect politeness, sinco it leaves countenances gambling in any way. 1,400 men, shipping to tho United reaches the principal cities of the South with a Ren-icfrom 80,000 to C0.000 tons of offices in tho soil. Theso, as presented your visitor in no doubt, says a writer Boston Advertiser. Coaches aud Sleeping Cars through to Harrinian, Chatt. States through trains. Diy iron oro per month, tho largest portion in Farm and Firesido, are: First, it may in Tho Ladies' Homo Journal, authoriUnder "Her Flaff." nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macosv, of which is used at Bethlehem, Steelton, servo as a needed plant food. All plants ty for the following: Tho Augusta (Ga.) News tells of a md Jacksonville. Through Sleeping cars to .noxvuic, uox. springs Sparrow's Point and Pittsburg. Tho oro requiro somo limo. It is tho rule, In this country a lady usually gives a woman in that city who has never been vl Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtnroe that soils contain an abundanco of small sum of money to tlio maidservant from under tho Confederate flag sinco of thcso mines is among tlio richest in Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles anu tho world, yielding from 03 to 07 per limo for this purpose, and tho cases aro who lias attcudod to her room nnd shown it became- "her flag." Whother walk- and Shrcveport Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, cent of pure iron and is very froo from probably raro in which an application her somo special services. Sho docs not ing, eating or sleeping, thero is ulways Sau Fnncisco. of limo to servo us plant food is required. "tip" tho monsexvanta. sulphur and phosphorus. a Confederate flag over her head. Whilo vi New . Orleans r or, via Shrcveport. ro: i ....- Ptta r- Ptnrttitintl - - - yni .k'L j.iijt iiuiu .1... nti...- .. In tho Sierra Macstra rango aro found Second, it produces a mechanical offect iuc ...At a formal "at homo" it is proper wulking on tho stroets thero is always rnnri t oro upon soils. In tho caso of clays limo to remain about 20 minutes. Answers a flag in her hot, and no matter how with every accommodation to patrons, numerous deposits of manganese, on free ranor indispensable in tho manufacture of berves to render them moro open and oro required to all invitations except many hats or bonnets &I10 has there is rnrs Lexlagtnu to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor nnd Observa- - "pPcSPL BtoeL American capital opened a mine tractable. Third, it produces a chemical to thoso to an "at homo" or a church ulways to bo found a flag pinned on tho V m rFHBM and j. tioa Car Vf.veen Cincinnati, LcMuj-tot- i ,. ia&3Zrr 2f'tffcfi?S at Ponupo and built a railroad to it effect acting as n solvent releasing wedding. Cards answer far ono's inside- of tho crown. Ou tho huadpost wbaiiunuu);a. '.. tn "yrm .iBBnnr-.-i:.!!- of tho plant food in tho soil that After shipping one cargo tho mines Boino at thcso two functions. The of her bod is securely fastened a largo . gsggtLs?trz-frytKhJ&-cw. u. Hinersoo, has been noting thero in an insoluble hostess cull on all thoso who visited flag of tlio Confederate states. Tho flog Cans. W. Zeh, wero stopped by tho insurgents. ' -p -- 2tM- - tT 2 s a., I'iMbiwtfi, O. u (arm. Piut'r Ji.. ttwtwa. o Caul, Scuofield. is as noooseary far her m her meals. homo" day. her on her . Piir --J. WC?$$53 s$$s? SSS$ I J . n, it" REAL ESTATE Illue-Oras- EXCHANG j. Ken-tuc- y. INTERIOR JOURNAL one-hu- lf J ccver-failln- g 1 e, I post-olHc- v, 'yf never-failin- hat-roo- m tl,-50- absent-minde- Dan-dizct- to 1 s Illue-Gras- s, sea-Bo- n, 13,-00- 0. never-fallin- K,-00- 0; one-thir- ? 1 Blue-Onif- n de uevur-follln- g one-thir- rc Hluc-(Jra- ss Illuo-Uni- v .-- ht never-fallin- one-thir- d Never-fnilin- g Go-no- va XXJXsVf 3B3B :R. Metal Roofing, Flooring; Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,aEtc. Doors, Sash and Blinds, ) A. C. SINE, - - Stanford. Kv ! w!&frtr$ttJfM&'SftrrMnd Gtos'rtr Queen ACrescent ROUTE e f-m-- 1? how-ove- r, .- .- sjlrl a - iS' "t f 2? -- .. i jk j i ' "xSl&mfcmtSl . . - b.s - i,sWsi ip . - (jjijui'ji.iij uini "tA'usAiijjiinuiriiiiii tisitfsstsiYiirslvfoiMssisslsasssl 'Lvt$&:h feMlL; " ,t t,i Lv.!.' . JWKJ.fefeJr fc2T:lM;iin-ii-JFilW- : THKINTKRinRJnilHNM.'aar' I nnd Forks nt THE TIME FOR 1 V 22ffld&r&M fxLStJ'fl .m, i a m rur tnr-wzzjuun&&&zyE Want n truss ? Craig & locker will guarnntoo fit and satisfaction. TiiKltn are ft great many of fruit buds unkllled yet, says Mr. John Bright. ASIC Stanford, Kv., April 20, 1897 I SPRING CLEANING Is at hand nnd you will doubtless need &ktin s - E. C. Walton, Business Manaoei:. V Danville, Ky. - HSH Speeial 100 : (TUB! tif iniir1 it ii? tS JPIl lli ILi IU 3L t 125 Sunday morning. The Miss Mamie Hknky, of Lancaster, "butch" on 2.T had 100 when he left was the guest of Mrs. James P. Cum- Louisville and sold them all before he mins. got to Lebanon. He could have disposMhs. M. S. Bauohman spent several ed of CO at the latter place and almost days with her brother, I. M. Dunn, in as many here. 2Si Garrard. .i. . Mr. E. J. Tanner announces his PlUL SODEN', of Louisville, spent -- S V 55!W BT. WHMM !g' VM. w V several days with the fiunily of Col. candidacy for the circuit clerkship In Huh Dudderar. another column. That he Is a compeMas. BirrsY Nhvius has returned tent man and a good democrat Is shown 26 Inch Cotton Gloria Umbrellas in choice variety of handles, from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jas. In the fact that his party recently honhave been $1, Now 50c. Dllllon, of Lancaster. ored him with tho otllec of committee aCinch Twilled Silk Umbrellas with paragon frame and steel Miss Sue Hout went to Louisville man, winch tic now resigns. An election to fill the vacancy will be held at yesteuLiy to meet her rods with fine natural wood handles, at $1. McKlnney next Saturday afternoon. Mi. Klla Lackey, of Missouri. boy. -- late. your neighbor. Wo have the goods. Ask your neighbor how we Or something in that lino. I keep them in great variety nnd PRICES ARE RIGHT, Alaiiastini:, tho grout wall finish, ' bell them. Severance k Son. My stock of Furniture including la mndc in l.'l dllTcront colors. Every color is in stock now at Penny's Drug ?1,000,000. Mr. M. P. Elkin tells us Store that ho has written $1,000,000 of insurance In the order of Maccabees since Enameled Iron Reds, Chairs, Tables, Ac , was never more complete or date. PERSONALS. Call and seo my goods and get my prices before yon buy. he has been in it. I'JtOK. F. J. Duffy spent Saturday I HAVE at my home quite a choice seand Sunday in Dittiville. lection of Green house plants for sale. .TOKi. D. Tmnni.i:, of IUehmond, was All (lower raisers are Invited to call a guest of G. A. Peyton's fiunily. and examine. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon. Ai.iikkt II. Sevkkanck wont over to Mlllorsburg ugain Saturday. Reds vs. Chicago. Cheap Sunday Sam Bastin, of Highhmd, has been excursion via Queen & Crescent Route, granted an Increase of pension. Sunday, April 2oth, to tho opening , Dk. W. S. Beazlky and wife, of gamo at Cincinnati. See small hand Lancaster, were hero Sunday. bills. Come and seo the opening game. Garpet, A Ylatti;r)g, ROOM Fug, BEDS, up-t- o BED SUITS, f FOLDING ALW. WITHERS, STANFORD. MILLET SEED Two rsc JtnxiK W. M. C'ATKON, of Somerset, Is rejoicing over tho arrival of a line m mm The Louisville Dispatch went like hot cakes CORN PLANTERS For Sale. m m B. K. WEAREN & SON. grand-mothe- r, Parasols. 85c Pure Silk white I'ara&ols. Si 25 Fancy all sick Parasols. Ruffled white silk Parasols. I 25 M' J. C. COKMINEY and wife, of Lancaster, sont Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen. Rev. J. T. SiiAKKAitn went to L011U- vlllo yesterday nnd Mrs. Sharrard went to Harrison county to visit hut' parents. Miss Alice Fox You.no, of Lancas ter, took the train hero yesterday for Cooper, familiarly known as "Thomp-sy,- " for county clerk appears in this Issue. There are few men better qual25c Dozen children's real hemstitch Muslin Handkerchiefs. ified to fill the olllce than Mr. Cooper and the democrats seem to think he is 5c Ladies' pure linen hemstitch Handkerchiefs. tho man for tho olllco as no one else 5c Each embroidered and hemstitch Handkerchiefs, has been mentioned for it. During the ioc Men's all linen hemstitch Handkerchiefs. two terms he held it before he mndc a C. C. VanAksdale and good record and his friends, and they Adella Woods, of Ilustonville, came are legion, are mighty anxious to seo down from Ilustonville Sunday to at- him hold It again. His democracy is l-2e. tend the Methodist meeting. too well known to necessitate even a Pkof. E. S. Ford, of London, was reference to it. hero last week In the Interest of the who Martin. Craig These arc full bleached with tapes in neck and sleeves. They are Bennett College at that place and was ported 111 in our Martin, died was relust issue, Thurs of Dr. J. W. Bryant. subject to very slight manufacturers' imperfections; that is why we tho guest day night at his home near Hale's Dr. Andrew Searoent, of can sell them at half price. republican nominee for the Well, aged 21. He was married severLegislature, and his handsome new al months ago to a daughter of John wife, are visiting Mrs. Susan Scar- - Skidmorc nnd she is left to mourn his loss. Mr. Martin was paralyzed sever" nent. Mr. John S. Huoiies has accepted a al days before his death and while he position with Plant fc Isaac, Clncln was not unconscious he had no control natl, wholesale notion and gents' of his speech, and was thoroughly helpand is there now getting less. He was a son of Ben P. Martin, of Rowland, but had lived for a numWc can save you half on all kinds of Stationery. We buy it direct his samples. Mr. John L. Elkin is just comple- ber of years with his relative, Mrs. from the factory in large lots for cash and sell it close. First time ting a handsome residence In the sub- Martha Martin. you arc in our store ask to sec our 5 and ioc tablet?; our boxes of pa urbs of Lebanon. By the way Mr. ElSomerset is going Into the base ball per and envelopes at 10 and 15c and our pound packages at 19c. kin has the reputation of being the business in a bu&iness-llk- c manner. At best butcher In his adopted town. a meeting of the lovers of the biort Mrs. J. H. Turner, who has been there last week, the Paragon says T. hero attending the meeting at the Z. Monow, Jr., was elected manager: Methodist church and visiting her par- Foster Jones, treasurer: Samuel Morents, Rev. and Mrs. V. S. Grlnstead, row, captain, and a big directory, in returned to her homo in Jessamine which R. G. Hall's name apiears, was Friday. selected. Grounds have been rented V. P. Walton, of the Stanford InHandsome silk gauze Empire Fans at 50c. 65c, 75c, iJt and up in and practicing will commence at once. Journal, Is now one of the diand colors. Japanese Empire Fans by the hundred at terior of tho Nntiouul Bank at this When they get it down to a fine point newest designs rectors 5c, ioc, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c. These arc our own impor place, Ho Is the only millionaire be- tho Stanford boys will go down with a plckcd-u- p nino and wallop tho life out longing to that dignified hotly. Ilustation and you will not sec the same styles and prices elsewhere. of them if they can get a game. tonville Cor. Danville Advocate. Mistake as to his being the only one. The bridge carpenter's car was brokWhat's tho matter with President Dr. en into at Rowland n few nights ago Edwurd Alcorn? He's a and a lot Of saws, (lies, planes and other tools were stolen. Bridge Carpenter Newland ordered Constable Speed HOME NEWS, As usual we have ajbig line to show you. Lace Curtains in Not Peyton to search William Ashlinger's Easter Spoons to order. Danks. house, which ho did, but fouud nothtingham, Irish Point, Tambour and Real Brussells, ranging in price Danks' Sliver Novelties for Easter. ing. Ashllnger has now got his back from 75c to S12. Ruffled Swiss Curtains at $1 50, $2 and $2 50; up and says ho is going to sue Newland Damask and Chenille Portierres and Couch Covers; Dotted Swisses Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets at War- - for damages to his character. It will ren & Shnnks'. up. be remembered that Judgo T. L. Shel-to- n by the yard at ioc, had Ashllnger arrested for stealing Garden seeds of all kinds In bulk some barber supplies from him some and packages at Warren & Shanks'. time ago, but fulled to convict him. Latest styles and tints In stationary BRYAN. An I. J. reiortcr had tho at Craig &, Hooker's. Just received. pleasure of heuring Hon. William Jenand nings Bryan at Louisville, Saturday AN extensive line of fancy lawns We have in a big line of new low Shoes in Oxblood, Chocolate, night and ho was more fully convinced le toes, "Derby" organdies just received at W. H. thnn ever Tan, Patent Leather and Kid. The very latest st that he is nearer and dearer Shanks'. and "Elite." See them and try on and you will buy. to tho pcoplo of tho United States than Ready Mixed Iloubo Paint, Decora- any other private citizen. The admistive and Carriage Paints. W. B. sion was f0 and 25 cents, but tho auditorium, whlch.has n Beating capacity Don't forget our spring clothing of 5,000, was filled to ovcrllowlng to when you want a spring suit. Sever- hear tho silver champion, and that his ance & Son. hearers felt repaid was readily appaMr. Bryan was In lino voice and CORTRiairr tin shingles make tho rent. for more than two hours entertained best roof. I am solo agent for Lincoln and edified tho vast throng. Ho had county. A. C. Slno. no unkind words for those who fought Rememiier what wo told you about the causo which ho so heartily espouscarpets and mattings going to advance. ed and If by chanco ho failed to mako A hint Is sullicient. Severance & Son. friends for that cause, It Is certain that ho mado many for himself. His referA GREAT many people are claiming ences to those democrats who left tho that they havo seen tho airship. It party In November last were in such ought to be known by now, that "thar good humor and good tasto that it can haiut no arship." not fail to bring about a more harmoin Louisville. a skillful blacksmith, has nious stato of utTalrs introduced P. Kui'l, the Senator Blackburn opened up in Smith Embry's old shop speaker and he was also liberally-apnear tho Roller Mills, and asks a trial filaudcd. Bryan stock is far above par now. from those who havo work in his lino. hug-bans Handkerchiefs. ljouisvuie. iter nroinor, nanie brought her over. Mlts. J. .1. McHoukhts and Misses Florence Truehcart, Fanntc Shanks and Dollie McHoberts were shopping in Danville Friday. Revs. Henuy Millkh, A. R. Crawford and A. R. Denny were on yester day's train returning from tho Presby tery at Campbellsvllle. Mils. A. II. Rice, of Lancaster, was a guest at Myers House Friday night d on her way to Nashville wherchcr will have an exhibit. THE Easter services at tho Christian church Sunday night were very entertaining nnd a largo audience was on hand to enjoy them. The Easter story was well rendered in songs, recitations nnd readings. Misses Clara Mershon and Lillio Peyton each sang a solo very creditably, while a number of tots recited In a manner which elicited much complimentary mention. Jack Beaz-le- y made an interesting talk at the con" elusion of the program. Garden Flower Seed, Fishing Tackle, FOR SALE. Wall Paper, Get our prices before sending your orders away homo -- Just TMMMWMM Seed. 54 I I I I I as cheap at W. B. MoBOBEBTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. The announcement of George B. jmm0MMWmmm. Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Tarnishes and our I I I I PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. is Complete Ladies' Vests, 7 FINE PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. Hoi-kinsvill- c, MASTICMIXED at PAINT Is douhly guaranteed STATIONERY. m$m&fmm3wmmmmm A FINE OPPORTUNITY &j 3 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. pi id ltfj jW To get a Dress and Shirt Pattern at a small price Dress Goods We offer a line of Wii MS. At 25 Cents 4 2 9 )$ Which contains plain Serges, Cheviots, Novelties, Notions, &c, This wo is much less than cost on gome of thorn, but to give a good select! odor the entire line at tho above low price. m v- I r$4 Something New. Ono hundred Indian Baskets now on sale at our store. uu.iuiiiui tuiu i;iji..ij'. 1.U1111: mm acu luciu. CURTANS. 12'and They are multi-million-air- e. .r.t 5 Other Lines Onimileto nnd nriccs rlcht. Clothincr. Hiils. Shoes. Goods, Notions. I Carpets. Drv J "?J tf XV yjj Jw I SEVERANCE & KSOV.- Ladies' Fine Shoes. m m wmnwm mt- ts. We have added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected block of General Merchandise and aro now prepared to Agents for Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an ovory-day, BTJTTERICK PATTERNS. suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notion, Shoes, Chinawaro, Glassware, Queenswaro, &c was never more complete. FARRIS Headed by & HARDIN. 38,353. fligH Locust Herd Reg. Poland Gnjnas. Son of Klevur's Model, No. 2U.710, the- greatest breeding hog living, and IIUNDLKV'S CLAUDE, No. 18,001, bon of tho World'M Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. I'lno, toppy young hours ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and hred miwh In evorv renpect, with a MieciiiUy, for sale. This stock Is strictly flrst-chi- vi pedigrees. Trices reasonable nnd satisfaction guaranteed, write your wants or coino and A fow fresh U. S. MODEL, 170. - Jersey Cows for sale. Eggs, 81 for 13. They aro good ones. Alo Mammoth I'ekln Duck A- - E. HUNDLEV, IJox 105, Dauvllle, Ky. -- fc e itawtHMMIMIMi ( pPHi w "9" 7AV'n ?n w fc HUSTONYILLS. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SiiTsllali.o3.''tf.ooa.a3-a.- i zi -- FARM HND TRADE, ps WAYNESBURG, Thcvo nro qulto a number who have chills in tho lake neighborhood and they seem to bo getting worse. Dr. A. K. Caldwell, who recently FOR SALE OR R6NT 91. part . F. NORTH rxtdaya will be charged. emit Yjcvrt in- vd vvrcis no ay When not paid S2.CO jl KENTUCKY CENTRAL TIME GARD. DIVISION. at at Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. in. andjreturns 4:30 p.m. , KN0XV1LLE DIVISION. No. 21 oft Train going North , .. NoM " " " Forall'Polnts. M)LD. South 12" P ,310am 12 04 IWIpUl pin THRO'Ifill TICKETS BAOOAOB CHECKED THROUGH. For ariy Information enquire o! JOE S. MCE, Agent, btanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains p.vw Junction City ai follows: 3 No. HSouth .... U Win m No. 2 North I&9-- 33 pm " os. :.".:."i1pm Alltntns and 10 Note-N- tion City. run no further than Juncatop there. "10 ' COO am FRANKFORT P.M. 2 33 503 7 20 A. M AND cNCINNATIRY. Arl2R5 VIAHEOKUBTOWN. r. m. K 315 450 1135 i.w Lye. Somerset, ' Jet City. o " 3J Lv 9J- G30 " A.M sib" G30 300 5 30 0'! 5.10 8 40 Arr Paris Dally except feunday nERCAW q.P,A. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Its great le.vrenlnp strength and bealthfulues.. Assures the food against alum and all forms.oi jailulUjratlou so oommou In tho cheap brands Royal Biki.o Powder Co., New York. PIANOS AND ORGANS. Decker Rros'. Pianos, Haines Hros'. Pianos, Ellington Pianos, I). II. Baldwin Pianos, Fischer Pianos, Acs Hamilton Organs and other Estcy Organs, Mukes. 8oo my Goods and Oet Mv Prices Heforo you W. T. WHITE. Cmb Orchard. .Buy. 10 George h. m'kinney. Pension & Claim Agent, Box lias had 44, Stanford, Ky. 12 years' practice lxjforo all tho Dopa tmunts In Washington City. 9 HWjByif rjjMR D enlist, : Stanford, t K.v. Office on Lancaster street at Residence ZLSTOTIOIE 1x-us- ! w kV ff! 1 t Posts for iilank fence, All persons deilrini: post and railing or wire fence can tlnd what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike I also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford keep on baud a supply or plank for fenelng. All kinds of lumber fur hullditu purposes; ulso boards andeliingle. All jersons desiring any nrtlcloof this kind can call on me at my store near Cedar G. W. SINGLETON. 32 Creek. SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietors LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE .( J J. Ir-- Turnouts, prompt attention, very reasonable rates A (nation of jour (mtrunage U 18 respectfully solicited Tint-Clas- s Junction City, Ky. A Sheet Anchor for ttto Poor Man. A Safeguard for tho Rich Results Assured. No Risk TlieNew England Mutual Life Insurance Co., Issues all Forms of Life, Endowment and Term Policies ; BEAR THIS IN MIND. All Policies Issued Participate in the Annual Distribution of Surplus. Cash Surrender and Participating Paid up Insurance. Values Endorsed on Every Policy. No catch clauses; No fine print. pondence Solicited. Corres- JZSSE D. WXibIUE.1T, jr-J- , Agent, Stanf Ky. tion. Owen's friends are qulto proud mistakable evidences of hydrophobia. of his achievement In taking first prize One of his neighbors had to kill a cow of hi9 class over so many competitors. and several hogs for tho same reason. Tho Russellvllle Ledger vouches for CRRB ORCHARD. the following: L. C. Allison, whollves Chandler's Chapel neighborRev. Ben Helm began a meeting at in thein this county, is tho owner of a hood, the Baptist church Sunday night. mare that last week gave birth to two Mr. J. B. Gilkeraon Is doing a flourcolts, one of which was a horse and the ishing business with his now mill and other a mulu colt. can not supply the demand lor nis For Sale, Trade or Loan. Tom crushed feed. Robinson, a nice saddler, with fine knee People in this vicinity will be in a action and a good breeder. By Walrush making gardens if tho weather lace Denmark. First dam by Miller's continues favorable, a3 but few have Denmark, he by the e Donj yet broken their gardens up ready to mark; 2d dam by Montgomery's Oliplant. ver; 3rd dam by Old Drennon. J. Steele Messrs. S. H. Hardin, W. A. Carsrn, Carpenter, Hustonville. W. J. Edmiston and others have put R. A. Phillips had 10 ewes that dropmetal roofing on their houses so that ped 22 lambs. Eighteen of them lived. the danger of fire will not be so great Lee Baker and others havo hauled us heretofore. wheat to Danville, having sold Lost somewhere on tho road between their 1,200 bushels at 81. Martin, Walter & Preachersville and Crab Orchard, a Co. shipped two loads of hogs to Cincinblack cloth capo with designs of cloth nati Wednesduy that were bought at stitched on. Trimmed in fur. Finder $3.12 and $3.40. Ilarrodsburg Demo please return to Mrs. M. E. Fish. crat. Col. John Buchanan continues to grow weaker dally, to the regret of his VICINITY NEWS. many friends. Mr. Asher Harris Is Bud Owens, of Somerset, died at Hot much worse. Miss Leah Steger and Springs. Rev. A. B. Anderson are both reported Jell J. ShcDPGrd, an aged and re better. has gone to Lou- spected citizen of Somerset, died there Miss Bettio McFall isville. MUs Sallle Green Is at homo last week. Six men wcro urrcsted In Anderson resting uwhlle. Mrs. Anna Black, of county on Indictments ohurglug them Kuoxville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish. Dr. und Mrs. W. Z. Ed- with being toll gate raiders. J. Goodln, of Corbln, had his leg miston are repairing their residence a beautiful home. broken bv a wreck on the L. & N. at and will soon have Mrs. Lee Crady arid daughter aro vis- Gap Tunnel on tho K. C. iting Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClure and Tho Q. & C. boys will organize a base other relatives. Mrs. Charley Single- ball club, which will be known as ton has returned from a visit to her "Trllbyson the Warpath." Somerset mother, Mrs. Laura Moore, at Lexing- Paragon. ton. Mr. Carpenter Stuart, who holds . Receivers havo been appointed with of n position with tho Bird's Eye Coal Co. instructions to wind up tho atTalrs Southern Building & Loan Assoat Jellico, Is at homo taking a short the rest. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brooks ciation of Kuoxville. Phil D. Hussung dropped dead at his aro visiting relatives at Harrodsburer. blacksmith shop in Shelby City Fri Grand Monument Ceremonial, New day. He was tiO years old and the fa tick- ther of Mr. Lewis H. Hussung, ot som York, April 27, 1897. Round-tri- p to New York City will be on sale at erset, who married a daughter of Mr. ets from Junc- Joe Rout, of this place. low rates, 82U.10 round-triCpl. Reuben T. Durrett, of Louisville, tion City for this occasion, with limit to return May Sth. Queen & Crescent who owns the finest private collection veBtlbuled trains make close connec- of books in America, containing neat,tions nM"!lnrlnnntl with nil lines East. ly 100,000 volumes and valued at $130to only ono change cars from Junction 000, has donated his entire llbrary City to New York. W. C. Klnearson, Central University, Richmond, on condition that tho institution erect asultu-bl- o Gen'l. Pass'r. Agt., Cincinnati, O. . building for them. Tho curfow law has been In operation Mrs. Elizabeth Tilton, whom her in Versailles for a week, and so far It Is 'working llko a charm." Tho police husband accused of intimacy with tho report that they aro having no trouble late Rev. nenry Ward Beecher, which in enforcing It and that many alt boy, was ared ad nauseam in the courts at both white and colored, goes homo at Brooklyn, died last week. Since tho eicrht o'clock now who formerly roam trial she has lived In retirement l nrl t.hn nt.vfo.t.4 until mnrlv mfdnlfvht. whlln her husband has for the mOst part spent his time in Paris. Sun. persons were drowned on Da Tho mother of Mark Hanna died at Eleven Ashevllle, N. C. vis Island in the Mississippi. race-horsp Thursday nnd Friday took pltico Mrs. Charles Dawes bought of various par-ti4i hors at lie. Chits. Wheeler's millinery opening. Tho ladies attending scorned highly Phoobo Wilkes, 2:031, will be bred to pleased with tho spring styles. Baron Wilkes, 2: IS. A few dnvs since Geo. Huston shot John Woods bought of various parand killed a huge bird sailing over his ties US fat hogs at Uic. chicken yard, which ho thought at the Sales of MO hogs at 3J are noted in but which proven the Winchester Democrat. timo to bo n hawk, on closer inspection to be a young Sam M. Owens refused SloO for his 'plug" baddlu horse a few days ago. Rifle Austin has taken charge of tho Bull wanted high colored, two years cemetery and his family has moved to old. Address Box 47. Klngsville. tho house on tho grounds. Mrs. AusA gelding by Pcnbe brought 8250 at declined to live longer at the tin Faulconor's Kile at Danville hist week. fearing a midnight visit of the W. H. Covillo will train the oham- June. 2:13i, this raiders. nlon Dr. Barker, of Dunnvllle, who pur- year. cattle, for d chased from Dr. P. Humphrey his Lot of 1,000 to on Danville street, has moved sale. McCluro & Napier, Crab Orprojerty hia familv hero and becoino a resident chard. of our community ready to practice his R. D. Bruce Is again agent for tho nrofesston. old, reliable Champion Binder. Seo Dr. W. B. Penny will be at the him beforo you buy. Weathcrford Hotel, Monday, April Tho boxes for the Boston Horso Bhow 2(Jth. Call at once If you need any brought $12,000, which is several thousdental work done, a9 his stay will be and dollars less than last year. limited. All work guaranteed. ExamThose desiring Mowers or binders 2t. ination free. can save money by seeing W. H. MurThe Presbyterian and Christian con- phy, agent Walter A. Wood Co. gregations united in au union service Scott Hudson sold a green Axtel geldlast Sunday ac the Christian church. A ing to E. A. Rennlck, of New York, at special musical program was rendered reported price of 81,500. Advocate. appropriate to Easter and a delightful McCluro & Napier, of Crab Orchard, service enjoyed. aro standing a jack named Billy BreckTho fruit crop has passed through inridge, which is said to be a dandy. great tribulations in this section and An Illinois farmer has discovered reports are conflicting as to its status that seed corn soaked in coal oil rennow, some claiming that tho peaches ders tho growing corn chinch bug are all killed, while others aver that a proof. good crop will be raised. Mrs. C. B. Ecton, of Clark, has 450 Tho third annual convention of the young chickens, some of them largo Sth District Union of Kentucky, Y. P. enough for the frying pan, nnd 30 hens S. C. E., will meet with, tho Christian sotting. Democrat. Endeavor Society, of this place, next Besides a farm of 400 acres, and a lot Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock I. M. It of stock and cash, E. W. Aycrs, the will be in session Friday, Saturday and Woodford horseman, left insurance gliSunday. des aggregating S3o,000. The pupils of Meredith Prewitt's Ornament, tho Kentucky Derby' faschool had recitations, dialogues, See, vorite, won his race at Memphis, breakFriday afternoon. They had quite a ing the track record and defeating pleasing entertainment. Mr. Prowitt Buckvidero, who came second, five expects to have these exercises on 1 lengths. afternoon every other week until McCluro & Napier sold in Laurel a his school closes. bunch of work mules at $10 to J50 and Miss Bessie "Worthington Is filling bought a lot of stock cattle at 3c. Tho her place at the Wheeler Emporium af- former sold to Mrs. John W. Bastln, of sorrel mare ter an extended visit to her family at Pittsburg, a Mayslick. Misses Mac and Bettle Lo- for $200. gan were in Cincinnati last week obIn Now York City, carriage horses Exserving tho styles iu gowns and bon- sold well at the American of the Queen City. Miss Ara change last week, 15 pairs bringing nets Wright and Mrs. John Blain were vis- $1,300. During three days 143 hcud iting at the Junction last week. Miss sold for $40,440, averaging $310. Pairs Mattie Dinwiddle Is in Louisville en ranged from U00 to $1,000. gaged In trimming hats for a city firm. A Boone county farmer was compellis at home from the ed to kill five fat hogs that had been Owen Williams Cincinnati Dental College for the vaca- bitten by a mad dog and manifested unca-rln. Tho desirable homo of tho Into John ltlalu located on thu Danville nnd fttinford turnpike, Vi miles from tho latter plnce, and containing 12 Vj acres of Innd. well Improved und well watered. The house In a cottage 4 outUniversity, is of rooms awith porches, nil neoesKary girad. graduated at Kentucky buildings, large. ro)tnybnrn, fencing Mtock water and all getting considerable practlco for a be a pond of never falling (till Apply trees lu kinds ginning, nnd hero's hoping he may bo to Col.of fruitlllll. Stanford, bearing. underor the T. I1, a great blessing to tho attlictod and signed mi the premises. Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, subject to tho action of tho democratic J. II. PAXTON Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, subject to the action of the democrnt- ic part havo not learned whether he will locate that success may crown his efforts. Wo MRS. K. A. 1ILAIN. toll-gat- e, two-vear-ol- d. 1,200-poun- ri-d- ay hore permanently. Asa Morgan has returned from InTMn Qlirrni TDM W diana and reports times very dull thoro Kl.JJ DlllDl 1UU11 and that there is more republican conSTANFORD, KY., fidence than either employment or Diamond ;Dean'j Reynolds will go to Sole proprietor of jurnlshedHlack painting Hoot money. Marshal , for Paint. K'tlnules In a few days to work on tho metal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction Kiiarantred All Cincinnati roofs painted with Dean's Hlack Diamond Paint C. S. road. Mack Williams is homo on riiit,sl fur vnars. Dealer In liest Cistern lNimps andOalvanUed Iron Kilters, Ua.aulivdami Hlack a Bhort visit from Blanchut, where ho Iron Hooting of all kinds. has been for some timo holding down a telegraph office. Mr. S. II. Gooch, SXJTTOWT, while on tho jury last week was, we TJndortalcor, learn, ulso engaged in horso trading again, and but for tho Interference of Huatonvillo, - - - Kentucky friends would havo had to leavo his buggy and walk home. Mr. T. II. Sin1 of West Oilers his services gloton has taken a position with F. M. and Cacy counties. to the siple Cul&nsand IJucnln Cask, Pull stock of McKlnnoy as salesman and els always on hand. Ware at W D. a Carinter. Manager. has begun work. Nate, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gooch, met death In a horrible manner early Friday morning by being run over while trying to board a freight train at Eubanks. He had been to Somerset and on his way back stopped oil at Eubanks to seo his girl and staid till late. In trying to catch freight No. 42 ho was somehow caught by the second engine ami mangled almost beOP BROOKLYN. yond recognition. His head was cut entirely oft and his brains crushed out, ono arm torn olT, both feet cut olT and was otherwise bruised and mangled. Caledonian : He was not yet 20 years old, was kind, Scotluntl. Co., good natured and free hoarU.nl and the worst that any ono could say of him KOUNDUD iyo5. was that ho liked whisky and against the will of his parents drank too much. B. We learn that ho was drinking that hTANFDHD, KY. f, Is supposed that fcuiitcd night and It his death. This should be a solemn A. (I. Lamum. Caitleuax. warning to all young mon that drink Joitrr. wo-l21-- tf J.T.Jones, Is u candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to the democratic action J. X. JONfcS XV. bs GEO. - BEUOKD -- Jailer of Lincoln, nubjectto tho action of tno ueiiiocriiiic puny. (ft ,lll1ilS"V v VIVVSIVII - JUDGli 91. C. SAUFUEY Is a candldato for tho iiomlnatlon for Circuit Judge of this district, subject to tho action of tho democratic party. J. T. J. S. OWSLEV, JR., ct Is u candidate for tho nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this district, nub-Jeto tho action of tho democratic party. GARLAND SINGLETON Is HCandldatefor Superintendent of Public Schools ol Lincoln county, subjeit to the action of the Dvw mradc rty. FIRE INSURANCE. J. F. UOLDAM Is a candidate, for Assessor of IJntoln rouuty, rty. to the action of the democratic sub-Je- ct FHJSNIX of SAMUEL 91. OWKNS Is a candidate fjr slieritt of Uiicolii county, subject Iu tlicaollou of the tlrtuocrallc patty. Insurance Company, Insurance E9IMETT 9ICCOR9IACK Is a candidate) for Awrssurof Lincoln county, sub. Ject to the action of the democratic arly. lour support lsrarnustly solullol. 91. F. ELKIN sub- Is a randldatn for AsMssorof Uncoln county ject to the aitloii of the democratic party. R. MAHONY, Agt.. JOE T. E9IBRV Is a candidate for .Uvswirof Uucotn county, subject to the action of the democratic psity and earnestly aks jour support. C. G. BAKER g four-year-o- ld whisky. It Is no bonoflt to any ono to Is a candidate for AiMtair of Unruln county, subject to the atliou o! thedeuuKratle lart; lldnk-mfollow the habit, but may bo the oauso tbesnutheruendof Ibe county it entitled to a silin of tbt pie, be asks your iuput. of death at any moment if kept up. Mr. D. W. Caldwell says that In all tho 205 INSURANCE COMPANY funerals ho has superintended slnco he A9I 9IORELAND has been In tho undertaking business, OF LIVERPOOL. fs a canlldste for Asir(ii Lincoln, subject to ho never has handlod a corpse as badly the action of the democratic fatty IU kindly aska mangled as this one. Tho entire neighbereaved father BSRBEB borhood extends to the CMTLEHUH. yoursuijioii. and mother their heartfelt sympathy MANAOKItS, SA9I in this their greatest trouble. The remains wcro buried in Eubanks Ceme- Oommerco JBuilding, Louisville. IsaraudUlste furMnTlfl of Unniln county, sub-jt U the actlou of Ilia democratic party. WILLI 5 w. 9ii;nefee ts tery Friday afternoon. The iK- -t Agents Throujhout tho South. dViftv. for cuts,, bruises orw. tetter, chip- iltlely guaranteed to sire funded. sores, uWrs. nail rheum, feer ped hand, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption. cures piles or no pay rwjulnsl. It Is It liuckluit .IrniVa Mire In the world W. A. THIBBLr, local Agent, DINK FARMER Is n candidate for Jailer, subject to tho tion of tho di'tuocrutlc uirty. no- cents I"rlce McltoUerts, Druggist. il rfecl satisfaction or motiey reer lox. Kor sale by v. 1J. Stanford, Kentucky. 37tf . 111 The True liemabj, , "Oiler." W. M IUpIne. editor Thkllwa, says: "We won't keep house without Dr. K Ilia's New Discovery forConsuniptlou, Coughs and Colds Kxrlmentf with many others, but nescr gottbe true riued until we used Dr. King's New Dlsror-trNo other remedy ran take Its plara In our home, a.s In It wo hart a certain and sure cure for Coughs, Cold, Whooping Cough, etc " It Is Idle tiiexiirrluienl with other remedies, eren If ther are urged on you as Just as goil as Dr King's New this rembbcovrrv. They aro not as good, h edy ha a record of cures and hesidt I guaranteed It never falls to Mtlifr. Trial bottles freu at W. U. Mcltobcrts" Drug Store. y. J. B, HIGGINS, -- Mason Hotel MRS. U. I). SIMPSON, Pror . x DKALER IN- - Lancaster, tabic. Everything meet all trains. Kentucky. s. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid first-clu&- Porters bU Free Pill: Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e D. S. CARPENTER, Huston villa, Send your address to It. K. Ilucklen A On , Chicago, and get a fre) sample box of Dr, King's New l.iie Pills. A trial will convince you f their meraction and aro particuits. 1 hew pills are larly etlectlve In the cure ofeontlMlloti and Mck Kor Malaria and l.Der troubles they Headarhe have lieon proved Invalualilo They areguarantevd to be iierfwtly Ireo Iruiu every deleterious substance and to bo purely vegiiable They do not weaken by their actb.u, but by g'vlug tone to stsuiacho th system, llrgti-s- r and liowels grixitly ImL-nrat-e box bold by W ti Mcltoberts, !. 'iV; Druggists. wf Will carry a larger stork of Furniture ol all kinds will sell cheaper than this year than ever Plows lhe Oliver Chilled, Vulcan. Olllcu on anybody Goods Warranted as Represented. .Silver hlwl and Chattanooga and points of all Main Street, opjrasito r.imore store, kinds. Cultivators nd Doutile Miovols, all Malta Stanford, Kentucky. make, the best in the world. Farmers, call iu and get uuy llilMg )OU waut from a buggy down. J. It. OWENS'. 8Ai.rsM.N. D. S. CAHPJ:NTEH. Fertilizers and Coal. lr ii duet :m., imi mi, :: s Mnner to loan on Improved cltr iroirlr or pro All ductive farm In Stanford and Lincoln county ai OP STANFOHD, KY. 1 or Also I wll 0iercent, payable O furnish tioml for public or corporation utllclaht Hxecutors, Administrators or tluanllansat reason, L Pinny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. $200,000100 Paid up Capital, I'lre able isles. Am agent for four nf the m and Surplus. doing business Iu 17,603 80 Dr. Prendorgast, health olllcer at solicit 4truiiagi of pmpurtv holders iu btanford. uowg iiusiui-snrrv. on a lutes same as omer companies 1. ARM).,s Agt. Cincinnati, has boon held to trial Ily provisions of Its charter, driosllor are a WAI.l.Ali: fully prole ted as are debitors lu atlolial Hanks, charge of attempting to secure money lis shareholders bring held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their slock therein at from the Frazer Tablet Company to llic par value lh icof, in addition to thoamount Insuppress prosecution by tho Pure Food vested In audi shares. It may Let as executor, truttev, Ac , as luliy as all individual. Commission of tho State. In uvery county In Kentucky for the Teiidortugnur thanksto tlnv who hateentrust-c.- 1 m m I Horso Collar Protector tho greatest their budums to us, wo trust they will coiitluue Americans uro tho most Invi'iithu pooplu Invention that ever has lieon lnented, to to do so, and weolter as a guarantee for prumpt at111. i, ii........ lu.iiti . tetiiul. ....... .... Vlkl I 7V . m.iirll go on horso collars. I.U ely agents inaku 53 tention to same our SO years' experlencu lu bankV.. Iiiivii III. 1'. J llll .......I. onu-tlilperday. rorfurtherpnrtloulurs.ap- - ing and as lUfral arcoiti inflations as are consistent of GOO.UOO tiatunts, or more than .11.. 'p.lUUIW IISSUUU 111 lunnuriil. I.I ..I I.. I... .. with sound banking w. muiuiw:-u.- . u un ply to till 11)0 DIRECTOR. General Agent, Junction City, Ky. co very of modern years has own of greater J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; henellt to mankind than CliutiitMrJii!n'it W. II, Cummins, Preacbenrille; Colic, Cholera und Diarrheal Remedy, or lias J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., done more to relievo p.iln and Miifcrlnjr. h. II. Shanks, William (iouch, "I J. W. Vaughn, of Oakton, Ky., kuvh: and S J. Kmbry, J. F. Cah, No. 52013, havo ued 1'hnmborluln'n Colic Cholera A, W. Cxrsnlcr; J. H. Lynn, Dlarrliani Remedy In my family for boviral ii.,..!.,..... if rnmtiltii'il imil Eastern bois.es J. N. Meuefce. presorriccus. yiMirrt, and llnd tt'to bo the best medicine- I that noil for good prices, will make tho to Insure n liv In tho xtomach and ent season at Tks Dom-w- is over used for cramps S. H.Shanka. President; Si Hooker, DrugAlso Jack, Roicoo, ates to insure J, U. Owsley, Lashler; ing colt. twweM. Tor sale by Craig K. REin. W.M. nright, Teltn a living colt. gists, Stanford, Ky. v ii tifsi.v rinlililiist has iiroiliiced a Mrs A. Invceii. residing at 780 Henry St., class of comblnud horses that uttract buyTake Ijxstlva llrumo 0.ulnlne Tablets Druggists refund tho money If It falls to Cure. iilc by IV I! Meltolrt, Crdg.t llockcr and TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. HCENTS MHNT6D. I.o-re- w .... .... ..... '.. rd .. V-- undl i. DORSGY GOLDDUST Alton, III.. HUlTered with sciatic rheumatism ers and bring good prices, regardless of pfin-1Cfor over eight months. Sho doctored for It nearly tho whole of this time, using various but treated by tho plivhlcluns, U...I received no I . .. ...,.,1 ...... l..ll I!... UIUII OIIU .1..... S. FIRSTNATIONALBANK OF STANFORD, KY, Surplus $15,750. Capital Steck $100,000. There aro nono lietter. They grow larger. Attention ot the public Is railed to the fact Maturo quickly. Fatten well nt any ago. this Is the only National Rank in Stanford. that UnQllts nnd Young Hoars lieuiiy ior ourvicu der the provisions ot the National Rank Act Hack fn. .mi., 1t11m.1l IMvmnuth Hock El'L'sSeventy-F- depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability ior an amount ed for shipping 81; delivered at homo of this iustltu-tlo- u of CcntH tier SotJlDR simmI 1'lftoeu. All eijualtn the stock, so that dejwsl-orive. aro secured by a fund or tiCO.000. Five sworn n a tMit . ago R. J. Warren, a druggist inquiries Two yearn j .mils iiusr.-.statements of the condition 01 tho Hank aro mads Urook, N. Y bought n small at Plea's-in- t J. If. k H. J. McBOBEBTS, SUnford. each year to tho United States (lovernmeut and its Cough Remedy. xupply of ChatuN'rlnln asets are examined at staled times by government He Hums up tho result as follows; "At that agents, thus securiug additional and perfect salety tho goods were unknown In thlsitectlon; time to deiiosltors. y Chamberlain's Cough Itumedy Is n Tblilnstliutlon, originally established as the Deposit Hank ol Stanford in lMs, then reorganized aa wold." It Is the iiiniu Iu hunhousehold the Xatlonal Rank of Stanford In Ifttf and again dreds of communities. Where oror tho good reorganized as the First National Rank of Stanford qualities of OI(amber)aln's Cough remedy In liil, has had practically an uninterrupted existSTANFORD, KY. become known the Knplu will havo nothing ence for 33 years. It Is belter supplied now with oIe. Kor sale by Craig A. Hocker, Druggists, lacllltles for transacting business promptly and libBtanford, Ky. rates erally than fcver before In its long and honorable All kinds of repiirlog doae at reasonsble career. Accounts ol Individuals, fiduciaries, Onui UphoUterlag a sicclalty. S.tlsfaetlon giuranteed and Individuals solicited. s 1 1 cijui-tiuiito-da- reiiei. of Chamberlain's a complete cure. request, as Hho wnnts others slmllary afflicted to know what cured her. Tho J5 nnd 50 cent site- - for sulo by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. .Stanford. Ky. mm i. iit.it l.llt.. I ini.m-P.iln Halm whlrh ottVeted This Is published nt hi r iim- - mwum DIM MSI BOOS. H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and ook Smith. FOR SALE ! F.JReld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford 8. U. Baughman, " S. T. Harris, m ' nnd popular Ortxm nrlar The n..in..f iTniu.i nn D.iiivlIIii Street. Stan r: J. S. Hocker, McKlnney. T.V.RIU, " K. L. Tanner, W. A. Trlbble, Sprlti;?. located ubout two miles from Crab ford, Ky., containing Nino Rooms and Cd-lnJ.H. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Orchurd. jlagitltlcent wuter, excellent Imwith all outbuilding wanted. Clstirn M, D.KImore, btanford. provements. Will lease at a low flguru for und two Hydrants. Tho abovu property U orriCBRs. the present seuson. Cull on or uddress In tho bent repair, uuii on President: J. J. Mcllolerts. Cashier; A. A. noWMAIt, u Assistant Cashier; 9""Versailles, Ky. "'7. B. niOOTNBrHfAWOTilJrKYr well-kno- FOR RENT. ' UIRECTOIS. "' J wmmmmmmmm BIWiPgW)sMtlliJJiiU J- -' 'J " ijsW's.ul' lsmJ."si.'tJi-ijiLL4'iiA- j.l a. L K,5. J t