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Richmond Is the home of two literary e A good looking widower and a pernonugos of more than ordinary diswidow will likely and tinction Dr. L. G. Barbour and Judgo hands beforo tho mcrryiinonth'of June. French Tipton. The former has been An immense amount of lumber and connected with Central University for ties is stacked around thejdepot awaittho past decade and (s both a preacher ing tho arrival of Gen. Prosperity to and a teacher. Like all geniuses tho ship it. "doctor," as his pupils delight to call J. E. Carson, the Jersey man, sold to him, is excentrlc, iu his dress, his man- the editor of the Jersey Bulletin at Inner and in the way ho says and does dianapolis an Jersey heifthings. His fame as a literary man er for SCO. rests chiefly on his "End of Time," a Mrs. E. W. Jones' brick, business long dindactic ocm, conceived after house will soon be completed and alio tho manner of Milton's "Paradise nppearanco of the town will bo materiLost," and which through somewhat ally bcneilted. iu style, contains vclus of true J. W.James will make no whisky poetry running throughout. Tho au- this year. Ho has nearly 2,000 barrels thor more resembles u photographer on hand, most of which to than a poet and may bo seen any lino dispose of before he starts up again. afternoon taking his "constitutional" James Gilkerson's grist mill is doing out Main street, stick in hand and with a big business and sometimes it is neca real book-agegait on him. When essary to run till midnight to Jill tho 1 llrnt saw him I thought It was the laorders thnt come by mall and othermented Solon Craig come to life and in wise. W. Curtis Egbert, who taught J. A. truth he resembles him, only porhups ho wears a look of more abstraction Stephenson, of your town, how to make and doesn't tako ice water baths like I candy, has rented a house In Corbin have been told that ancient worthy did. ' and will open a Candy Kitchen in a Dr. Barbour Is uuthority on all scien- few days. tific or classical questions and "what j Crab Orchard has a newspaper. It ho doesn't know is not In tho books," as is Tho Criterion and Is published a pupil of his recently remarked. He monthly by Edmlston Bros, to adveris one of the profoundust thinkers iu tise some extra good patent medicine Kentucky and is regarded us the cor- -' they have on hand. Dan Ilolmau bought in Rockcastle a nor stone of tho University. bunch of calves at $12. C. II. SingleJvJdgo French Tipton is editor-in-chiof tho Register, which he has but ton sold to Woods & Lynn n small recently tukun charge of. Since a tlmo buncli of shouts at .'lie W. I. Ilerrln when the memory of man runneth not sold 10 calves for 17f. Rev. Ben Helm's meeting continues to the contrary he has been collecting material for a history of Madison coun- to draw large crowds and there have ty, which ho suyB ho is going to pub- been a number of conversions and lish iu the sweet when! sanctillcatlons. Mr. Helm is stopping ever that Is. And no mau is belter with Mr. W. T. Stephenson. Tho friends of W. D. Wallin. Irrequalllled for the task he has under-- ; taken, for to his love of Madison. which spective of politics, aro urging him to ho regards with tho same veueratlon as run for magistrate. There is no better Scott did his Caledonian highlands, he democrat and few men who would fill adds both research and scholarship the ollleo more creditably than he. W. A. Carson's term as postmaster He has perhaps tho largest collection of prlvuto letters, manuscrints. nio- - expires Juno 1 and the chances are turos, relics, &c., bearing upon the his- that G. II. Patton will succeed him. tory of Madison county than can bo There are various applicants for the found anywhere. Many of these he olllce, including n half dozen women. Tho Louisville Dispatch is growing has gathered in his antiquurlan prow-linin popularity here. There aro 10 regwith Bennett Young, the two having dug Into every hillock between ular subscribers to the daily and 113 to Joe's Lick and the Kentucky River in the weekly. W. A. Car&on is agent quest of Borne vestiges of Boone and for both and will be glad to tako your his eontemiKiraries. In addition to be- order. Col. James W. Guest, who had rati ing an historian und antiquarian ''Tip,'' or come here than go to the promised as ho is called by common consent, is a great wag, his wit being on the Bill land, spent several days with his brotl Mr. Scott Farrls. He hts Nyo order. Seldom does a man enter two thoroughbreds in Mr. Farrls' trainhis olllce that he doesn't crack a joke with hlui before he can bo seated. He ing stable and hardly a week passes has joked so much that Hko Proctor that ho docs not como up.to Jsee them. Knott it requires nn effort on his part Manager Gus Hofmann is havinir the Springs grounds and buildings cleaned to bo serious. Ho has been everywhere up preparatory to a big season. It has and knows everybody and could tell LI Hung Chang as much about his own ce- been noticeable in the Springs' histolestial empire as ho can me or you about ry that big seasons follow Hoods in tho the "Boone Rock," or the Estill fami- South. Unless tho coming one proves nn excoption to tho rule, itlsnmoio u ly. He is a member of tho famous Club and is personally acquainted than probable that ho will not hao with the majority of those who make room for his guests. The old race track hero is being up that genial coterie of choice spirits. worked on and when completed Scott "Tip," who has been one of us "newspaper fellows" for a quarter of a cen- Farris' bang gtails will bo seen going It gnit. Some of tury, had an ambition in his early years at a tho fastest horses Kentucky has furto be a war correspondent like James nished were trained on this track in n Creelman is now. So when the days gono by and many a dollar has war broke out in Europe ho changed hands on the nresults of tho left his place on F. M. Green's Regisraces that have been run on ter and got an assignment from the various it. E. C. W. Courier-Journto "go to tho front." But "Tip" found writing letters back MATRIMONIAL. home and "smelling powder" different Emllo Jones killed his things; and, it is said that when he was refused admission through the lines he wifo at New Orleans, us tho result of got disgusted with the farce and struck jealousy. Ho used a pocket knife in for America, not oven taking a vessel, committing tho crime. but rolling up his pants and.wadlng the Tho marriago of Mr. Ulic J. Howard Atlantic. At least one of his friends to Miss Caroline Brent Alexander, the gives me that version of the trip, which Bourbon county hoiress, was celebraimmor- ted ut Paris last week in grand stylo. it is said tho Courier-JournMiss Bottle Wilkinsonsnys sho may talized by printing "Tip" wading tho Atlantic with his breeches rolled up marry John Sweenoy if ho will give her his line saddle horse. John seems above his knees. For this piece of it has been told thut the judge inclined. Ono of the many interesting wont read the Courler-Journbut items in the Dunnville letter to tho Liba mistake. Recently Judge Tip- erty Tribuno. that's Robert Johnson, of Pulntsvillo, this ton hud the honor of contributing to "Lawyers and Law Makers" an Inter- State, Is a changeablo soul. After hav. esting article on the Richmond bar. ing secured llcenso to marry Miss CathJudgo Tipton was for ono term police erine Dalo ho changed his mind and judgo of this city and this is where he married Miss Rosa Evans, aud now the gets tho handle to his uame. If ho jilted girl Is suing him for $10,000 damputs into it his wealth of reminiscences ages for breach of promise. aid data ho has collected ic is eafo to After living together In peace and say that his history will be one of tho harmony for 30 years, William Bonder most rcadablo books ever published. and Paulino Bender, of Laurel county, becumo estranged for a trifling cause. R. Lke Davis. Both woro stubborn and tho breach ed nt XVI. T. Hates died nt Som- - NO. 17 VICINITY NEWS. Mi's. WlUlnm i 1 ( - ;J- i i fc The nomination of DoBoo for U. S. Senator is regarded as u sudden proerect last week. has been motion for an ordinary man, but that Airs. Stopbun D. Pan-lsl- i is tho custom In these days. The ndinlttod to tho barntlUclimond. best men are always defeated. d Tho stable of Dr. C. J. Hales, at Tankers-ley- , burned, and with it a valuable The warrant against James charging him with breaking Into borse. school-houswas dismissed, the who killed a Aaron Acollngor, tho boy proof boing insutllclent to hold him. lils father, was acquitted by a jury at Elder Ashley L. Johnson, president Barbourvllle. of tho School of Evangelists, near The wife of W. Con Boll died at Ivnoxvllle, preached a helpful sermon She wiu a daughter of Rev. j ut the Christian church Sunday afterV. P, Hurvoy. noon. Pleasant Moody, who killed Lafayette Our townsman, Cupt. Win. Herndon, Powell, was given seven years by a jujust needed GO more votes Friday night ry at Richmond. SenJohn W. Pttttlo, who was born and tofeoouro the nomination for U. S. week ator. So far he hai run ahead of any rained In Casey county, died last Gnrrnrtl county man and would make a at VanAlstyno, Texas. boy, better Senator than DeBoe. William Challls, a J. D. Gulley has gono to Ohio proswas sentenced at Richmond, to impripecting. M. S. Elklu has returned sonment for one year for forgery. from Missouri ufter a visit to his The Tribune says that during tho 21 TayJor has been school su- daughter, Mrs. S. D. Rothwell has year P. II. perintendent of Casey county 12 now boon very ill, but is improving. It is said that Eider Gcorgu Goweu is cons have boon built. templating a trip to tlie Holy Land. killAt Danville, James Halley, for Win. Allen, of Stono, comes out in a to ing Charles Lewis, was sentenced for six years. Jordon letter published In the Record and tho penitentiary makes soinu startling statmunts on the Carter, for horse stealing, was given turnpike question. Ho says that he Madl-boone year, Sam Tucker and Jim voted against free pikes, but now that for burglary, two years each. This tho majority voted for them and yet week. makes six sent up last that they poolnt Kuriuldo, John want them, ho believes While playing should bo thrown open: that the obSattortlcld and Joe Smith quarreled, iu building roads was not to make when without warning the former shot ject money, but to have bettor means of tho latter dead. Ho escaped but was trausKjrtation and tol enhance tho valcaught with blood hounds and lodged ue of lands wherever they wore estabIn jail at Somomit. Smith was a very allowopular man and a mob, It is feared, lished; thnt too many have been ed to pass over them all tho tlmo free will hang his slayer. of charge: that he is no raider, but that SO0 or U0O men should ride iuto AN OPEN LKTTKR. town in open day and inform tho court To tho chairman and members o! tho what they want and that the people democratic committee of Lincoln coun- need not bo surprised if they see them ty: Silts: Several months ago I an- any day. This is an unlawful way yet of going about It and would not avail nounced myself a candidate for tho of RhorllTof Lincoln county. But anything, but it is much more excusaafter sjHinding considerable time In so- ble than midnight raiding. By this liciting votes 1 was Informed and bo' method they would show that theyaio lleved that the contest for tho various not ashamed of the cause which they county ullleos would be a prolonged and have championed and give the people heated struggle, and neither being able an opportunity to see who they are. Any man, of cither jHjlitlcul party, to bear the e.onso of nor having tho long campaign, I who will run to represent Garrard time to devote to a Anally decided against the protest of county and declare himself in favor of many friends to withdraw from the con- abolishing the board of equalization, test. Since you have finally decided to will bo elected by an overwhelming name the tickets yourselves, 1 have majority. It is claimed that the counbeen appealed to by some of my most ty sujervlsors are better Informed than ardent friends to nguln announce my they aro on the value of tho property, self for said olllce, and yielding to their being in tho neighborhood undjjknow-in- g all the conditions which would vasolicitations, I take this method of informing you that I am still dcalrlou of ry the value at times. But the upper being tho nominee of the democratic board, to make it apear that they are doing something, have raised tho rate party for tho ollleo of sherill submit my cluims to your of assessments per cent, on farms in beg to this county and 10 per cent, on town kind consideration, pledging in my cheerful suport to tho tick- lots. Judgo Burnslde has npK)intcd a committee consisting of James N. Denet whom tho nominees may be. ny, J. M. Hlgginbotham, W. H. Wher- J. B. Gentky. Very Respt., April 20. rltt and County Attorney Johnson to Stanford, go to Frankfort and show reasons why JOHN L. UECK KLKCTKD TO THE tho increased tax rates should not be COMMITTEE. enforced. These men have had expe Tho democrats of Hustonvlllo pre- rience In assessing property hero and mny be able to show tho injustice in cinct, No. :), met ut Ware's Hall at April 24th, at 3 v. such a rate. Tho decreaso of $200,000 Saturday, M. Judge J. E. Wright was unani- in proihjrty listed this year is not duo mously chosen to preside over the to a depreciation of value at which it is meeting and J. H. Vanllook to net listed, but rather to tho removal and as secretary. Mr. John L. Beck wns destruction of property. The exonera by acclamation elected county commit- tlon list is $00,000. Several largo per teeman in preclut, No. :, Instead of Mr. sonal estates have been moved i from E. J. Tanner resigned. On motion of tho county, big res and sums sent Squire John Bailey, the proceedings of away, have produced the result. this meeting were ordered to be sent to LOUISVILLE RACES. tho lNTi:itlou Jouknai. for publicaspeech by Mr. M. Beginning on Derby Day, May 12, one tion. After a short P. North, meeting adjourned in peace of tho greatest raco meetings ever held in Kentucky will bo given at tho fa and harmony. J. E. WiticmT, Chm'n. mous Louisville race cout-oc- . Ten stakes J. II. VanIIooic, Secy. Including the Kentucky Derby, worth Union block, Lebanon, caught Arc f 0.000 und tho $10,000 Louisville Fa Thursday night and barely escaped turity, will bo run during tho 12 days entirely consumed. Those who All tho crack horses In tho country aro Hutlered loss are E. II. Brown, drug engaged iu these stakes, including Or gist; George B. Lntlmore, dry goods; nament, Dr. Catlett, Typhoon II, Men- T. P. Cleaver and J.T. Elliott, dentist. dowthoro, Winged Foot, Eugenia Tho Iosb will reach botween 87,000 and WIckes, Burlesque, Simon W., Soutlle, 83,000, covorcd by insurance. Buck Mussie, Rudolph, Boanerges, Mrs. O'Lcary's cow, which kicked Lord Zeni, Rosluante, Bon Holladay ovor u lnntern and thus caused tho Chi- and many others. Nearly 1,000 horses cago lire, must take aback stall hence- are now quartered at Churchill Downs, forth. The destructive lire at Wash- insuring largo Holds and exciting con ington, Ind., it is said, was caused by a tests. There will bo flvo or more races sparrow's carrying a burning string to each day, with liberal added money. All Its nest in tho garret of a Bchool build- the railroads have put on cheap rates, ing. tho round trip from Stanford, being onTho following is telegraphed to tho ly one fare. This also Includes admission Poor, of Enquirer: When Albert was plowing, tho earth to tho grand stand, each railroad tick county, having a coupon utdor him Bank 15 feet literally engulf- et exchanged for a attached which cun bo badge at the gate. ing him and his team. Whon found This is tho cheapest rate ever offered was the horses wore dead and Poor from this point, and a big delegation Ho will die. Mich., Mrs. Abe-r- y will leave horo on Derby day to take At Wllliamstown, advantage of It. Tho Derby will bo run Hovey killed her raother-ln-laon the opening day, Wednesday, May with an ax. Sho then sovered tho on her 12, and tho $10,000 Futurity will bo run head from tho body, placed it 15, husband' plato at tho table, then three days later, Saturday May clothing and Bet fire Those are the biggest turf events run poured oil on tho in tho West. to tho body. . m Spring meeting of tho Lexington Tho Q. Ss C. will chango tlmo SunIt faro round trip via tho schedule be- race?, May day, May 2nd, so that Lexington and oth- tho Queen & Crescent Route from all tween Cincinnati, points in tho State of Kentucky. The er blue graw cltloa will bo .slightly bo in effect daily during changed. Full information in regard low rates will any Q. & C, tho meeting, Ask your agent for full to this can ho obtained of particulars. agent. Rich-tuone, No Easy Uame I Hni-rodab- ur. For Competitors to Play at, For our goods, at the prices we sell them, Keep Them a-Gues- sing. school-house- n, Men's Suits, Our line at $7.50, $8 and $10 Is far superior to made- Suits at $15, $18 and $20. Examine for yourself and be convinced. Children's Suits for less money than ever known'. Shirts, best line in the country for style, fit and prices, $1 to $3. Hats, Neckwear and Shoes, up to to date in style, make and wear. Give us a call. No trouble to show goods. so-calle- I ef d to-ord- er byo-and-by- o, - of-li- gs -- J. L Frohman & Co., - THE GLOBE, - Danville, Ky. M l nnd-hore-- by nd-van- co i iMl fall cLosFpiicEs-r- l Falls Branch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold at the lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. fol- ffil r.li VJ) Fil-so- Coal Fcon? 7c to H 1 J -- y, record-breakin- Franco-Prussia- At house, with one cent added for delivery Inside town limits. Corn from 30 to 35c per bushel. Oats from So" to 35c per bushel. Hay, 10 to COc per 100 pounds. Millet, 65c per 100 lbs. Stiaw, COc per 1U0 lbs. Sliiprtun. 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 05c per 100 lbs We keep 6tock of nil constantly on hands. Ca and beo us before buying. 2c m . H. BAUGHMAIM ! 6k CO. CIIIl''IM'Ii'I''.A 11 al flign Locust Herd fleg. Poland Gfynas. Son of Klever's Model, No. 20.711). tliu greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,C'Jl, son of tho World'. Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, toppy oung boars ready for service. A few hliow gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows a hpeclully, for sale. This stock Is strictly first-cla- ss In even' respect, with te Headed by U. S. tyIOEI., DO. 38,353. be-In- ir al pedigrees. Prices reasonable and xutlsf.ictlon guaranteed. AVrlto vour wants or como und see my hogs. A fow fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pokin Duck Eggs, SI for ia. A. E. HUNDLEY, Hox 105, Dauville, Ky, vl i re nl UnDGKCAKIJlG BY J. C. fvrCLARY, Praotioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Met-cal- fe Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. The Sohwelnfurth Jleavou at Lexing- ton has finally been abandoned and the w 0, misguided worshippers have returned to their homes. It la said that several of tho believers gavo up ull their worldly goods to Schweinfurth, and they aro now trying to regain posses sion of them. Siuco the exposure of tho old fraud aud his aoandonment of tho principles which he laid down, the organisation lias been crumbling away, and the momlers of the Heaven have again taken up tho habits they forsook, such as eating meat and attending oth- er religious services. Tho bubonio plague has killed 11,706 peoplo so far at Bombay. grew wider until the courts annulled their marriage. That was six years ago. Yesterduy they were remarried in Jeffersonvlllo. Louisville Post. Suae paper says that Win. LefTew and Annio Frederick, of Stanford wero also married at tho same Gretna Green. Tho Presbyterian General Assembly meets May at Churlotte, N. C. Tho double daily train servlco of the Queen & Crescent Routo la unsurpassed. Only ono chango of curs to Charlotte, quick schedules, ono fare for tho 20-3- 1 Square, Stanford, Ky EHnSfl H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- IsJ Receiving his- - round trip. Ask agents for full particulars. W. C. Rlncarson, gen'l. pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. and a Perfect Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. 11 :hMmikm & li-rT,y- ri 1W. t4,' . .. s. h-- .Y--. L A,...tYifALy mmm ,. -- .. cg mrr. r . i . itZ.W llii Tun 7gfr I. ii Vh ii ."itViiftfc 1 tMtOi'-uytnjUjaf- im' . ".i i Mmm M THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., April 27, 1897 W. P. WALTON. The mountain labored and brought widout do fiddle. Senator W. J. Deboo, of Crittenden, was nominated for U. S. Senator on the 28th ballot after two nighu effort, by the live bolters swinging into line and giving him one more than the necessary vote-Hstarted in with 29 to Holt's 10, Evans U, Boyle 5, Lewis G and Bennett 0. of Deboo e at Frankfort labored, and was delivered forth a mouse. The republican caucus x s ftt t L A !? V'!' ' !' !r I Covington Commonwealth, for Intcr- urntntinn. We very much fear that Saturday, but there's the e. a. of A. Is getting luny since he greased lightning , . .,.,,1 puis u w. occamo a iarniorumi ,111,0 en nuiin fnn- n .. rniwt TTnif'-mnlldcnce in old Luna' ager, refused to vote to make Deboe's nomination unanimous, saying that tho lT ig SJlld tlmt Mr Cleveland has was the result of a deal, ' j deeded to run for president in 11)00 and at the joint session he absented and Umt hi8 fepeech before tho Reform himself without a pair. Llnney was Club nt Ncw York was for tho purpose paired and tho democrats declln-- i . tM,nm5n himself. Mr. Cleveland intr to help make a quorum, the new should bo content to rest upon his laur nominee began at once to have troub- els. Ho can not be elected president les of his own. There may bo an elec- again, certainly not by the democrats. tion and then again there may not, very VniTnn TniTV C. WOOD, of the Mt likely not. Tho nominee was educated for a doctor, but got tired of attending Sterling Gazette, does us tho honor of Jmatrlnarv mtlents. and read law. He pnnvtnfr an editorial in full In its cdl- was admitted to tho bar, but 'clients torlal column and heading It "Our Sen- were few and ho assayed tho role of a tlments Exactly." politician, running for everything in to slcht and irettinir nothlne previous to Hunter sent his congratulations Deboe, but if reports be true he could his election to the senatorship of his , own fudistrict, except superintendent of just as well have welcomed his procession. schools. He is a man of fair ability, neral however, and while he may not size up well with the illustrious men who have represented Kentucky in the Senate, The bankruptcy bill passed the Senho will make a good, average republi- ate 49 to 8. can Senator, if elected, which he is not It Is estimated that the last National yet, by a jugfull. election cost $10,000,000. The following Is the latest from the Judge Lillard H. Carter has been battle Hold: nominated for Senator by the demoFkankfokt, April 20. Only a for- crats to succeed Billy Stephen&on. mal ballot was taken It has There are 49 candidate's names on been agreed that the final cast shall the ballot te be voted for at the demo not occur till Wednesday when all cratic primary in Anderson, May 1. pairs expire. Georiro Hobson, republican county clerk of Cincinnati, has been indicted The "old committee" at Louisville an embezzlement of 315,000 and for paid no attention to tho action of the for misconduct in otficc. democratic State committee deposing It Is figured that the ballot at tho it, but went right along with its conelection in Louisville will vention nominating a candidate for each November long by three feet wide be eight feet of the 89 city and county offices to bo from ."00 to 1,000 names. filled at the fall election. Tho platform and contain There are 50 candidates for tho re ignores the financial question and calls nomination for county offices upon all classes of voters to rally to the publican subject to the uctlon of support of honest men to fill the otlices of Bell county primary next Saturday. republican honestly and economically. Both gold tho Judire Carroll and Commonwealth's and silver men are on the ticket, which Attorney Peak have been declared the is headed by Charles P. Weaver, In the Ander nominees for of the city, for mayor, and tho no other candidates offer son district, proceedings were unusually harmoning. ious. John L. Dodd was nominated for President McKinley has decided to judge of the chancery division, II. S. appoint Bellamy Storer, of Cincinnati, Barker for judge of tho criminal divisminister to Belgium and William R. ion, Sterling B. Toney of law and equiof O., first assistant sec ty, Emmett Field for tho common pleas, Day, Canton, of State. M. B. Bowden for county judge, R. H. retary Young Sewall, who showed his babe s Thompson for city judge, Frank ingratitude by voting against his fa for Commonwealth's attorney, J. as the democratic caudldate for S. Cain for circuit and W. P. Johnson ther vico president, has been rewarded with fqr county clerk and W. T. Thurman city mission. attorney. Tho ticket is a good one and the Hawaiian Hon. JamesJJ. Angoll, the new U.S. ought to win, but it is likely that anminister to Turkey, expresses the beother democratic ticket will be nomi- lief that Turkey will annihilate Greece nated, which will insure republican aud thinks It highly probable that all viotory. Europe will be engaged in war. Almost all the time, if not always, "Lay down do shovel an' de hoe, Hang up de fiddle an' Deboe, Emmett Logan's fountain pen Is loaded Fer po' old Hunter has got for tor with doubly distilled vitrol, to tho point run tcr but occasionally he dips It into Judge De place where de pto hunters go." Finley's lavender scented stand and Cynthlana Democrat. something nice Is tho result, as witness best story I havo heard since the The the following: Winter Is no longer campaign ended is about tho fellow oven loafing around tho lap of spring, who went raving crazy trying to disnow that the summer girl has burst In- cover tho difference between a Cleveto full and overflowing bloom right "In land panic and a McKinley boom. our midst." Welcome as humming Bryan. bird and butterlly to the honeyed heart A hint comes from Washington that post offices of the llower new born from tho still no less than 300 fourth-clas- s half frozen earth, wo take that summer In Kentucky will be filled within two girl that "samo old girl" right to weeks ufter the election of a Senator. our same old arras and bid her bido Three presidential otlices, Cloverport, there till what tlmo tho frost shall be Hickman and Maylicld, havo also beon tho pumpkin and tho corn go In tho come vacant during this month. shock. Hon. VV. S. Holman, of Indiana, died at Washington, after a long illness of The lato Congressman Holman must spinal meningitis. Ho had been in Conimvo linen a. many sided man. At least gress almost constantly since tho Ufith till tho newspapers must havo gotten 6n session and was known principally as different side of him, for uo two of his tho "Objector" and tho "Watch Dog pictures are alike each other any more of tho Treasury." Ho was born in than anv of them are aiiKo tno groat ,,. members who wanted to show their subserviency, King, of Lincoln, voting onco or twice for George Davison. Deboo is a doctor by profession and while far short in ability from Dr. Hunter is said to be a bettcr'man In overy othet particular. The result is claimed as a decided victory for Gov. Bradley, al though Doboc has faithfully voted for Hunter during the long drawn out struggle. Ho has always been a Bradley man and has many times stood up for hlra, when It did much good. The Hunter people are 6ald to have been trapped Into voting to nominate him and they are now kicking themselves for doing so. If It be true, and It doubtless is, that the nomination was dictated by Gov. Bradley It stamps him as a master wiro worker and puts him far in the lead of any other republican in the State, especially if he can elect his man, now that ho has nominated him. But that is a black horse of another color. It was confidently asserted that like ' the election n. nearly every litDuring the dead-loc- k was voted for by tle whippersnupper before many moons havo waxed and waned. than Hanna. The Louisville Commercial said tho other day that he could not bo electci justice of tho peace Jn any community In Kentucky, but this same paper will be praising him to the skies expressive phase, but it Is not likely to be adopted in parliamentary language, if given precedence by that no less distinguished authority, Speaker Blanford, of the Kentucky Legislature. a fiery discussion of the mob bill tho ti,.,M .inVramiomnnltim broke loose and after pounding for order until his arm and a hole was worn In the ta wild ble, tho speaker brought tho members j Crambaugh was seated In the Senate to a realizing sense 01 tne Miuauuu over Boll by a vote 01 1011. blushes to the cheeks of tho women Tho Senate cut down tho tax rate spectators by shouting at tho top of adopted by tho IIoumj from b'l cents to your voice, "Keep your shirts on." As 47J and passed a substitute for tho inwe heard of no member shedding his terest on warants bill. nether garment, It Is taken for granted The House agreed to tho Senate that the order was obeyed and that changes In tho bill to allow tho court quiet thcreiton reigned supreme. of appeals $U,000 annually for stenographers or law clerks to bo solected by Twice has Gov. Bradley run Gum tho judges and the governor's signature Shoo Hunter out of tho State and In m will make it tho law. doing has earned n debt of gratitude Senator Bronston Introduced a resothat all the people owe him. 1 lioso lution to prohibit tho auditor from payIersons and papers who havo been abus- ing tho secretary of State moro than ing the governor will now have to take $3,000 per year, and requesting tho water and admit that he is u greater legal proceedings general than Napoleon and a more ac auditor to Institute if necessary, to recover back amounts complished manipulator of tho wires heretofore paid said secretary In excess 1-- "Keep your shirts on," Is rather an Returns from tho judicial district mass meetings show that Robert B. Franklin was nominated for Common-eve- n wealtn's attorney over John S. Smith, tho present Incumbent. Franklin was Jack Chinn's "side partner" in rank-I- n fort last winter and one of tho singers of "There's Troublo In tho Lnn ' ' The Legislature, "u I ...... !!. Tiill u orttlnntml nmv nn nil- ly two roads In tho county, ami not a gate has boon disturbed by raiders. Tho vicinity of Newton, Kns., suffered from a cyclone, which wrecked several houses, injured thrco occupants, killed many cattle, unrooted orchards and groves and smashed thousands of panes of glass. John Vinton, James Dalllnger and Elijah Burnett were drowned In Clinch river, near Cumberland Gap, while lin ing up logs preparatory to rafting them. Each leaves a family. buslnuH Is At Urookesldo, Alabama, Robert Who work with both their hoiuU and hands Dullness and nothing but 'iUi new nnd fresh goods coining in nid going out In great Payne shot at James Alnvniulcr In a the story of boardlng-hous- o dining room and killed quantities every dny tho Mrs. Louisa Tyres. Armed men aro after Payno and ho may be lynched if Louisville Store IS KFTER THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. v. captured. THE elongated elm from Anchorage in his Louisville Intermlttencc speaks of this paper as the Sumford "In Our Midst." There Is no diagram accompanying the paragraph, but by a violent stretch of the Imagination the "In Our Midst" is thought to be a play on that we havo submitted It to tho Incom- "The Interior," but is so far fetched parable punster, Laurie Blakoly, of the I An employee of tho L. it N. sued tho company at Frankfort for $15,000 damages sustained by sticking a splinter In his linger and got a verdict for $2,500. The juries go for corporations when-ovthey got a chance. Twelve thousand people saw tho Louisville base ball team defeat the Cleveland nlno by the scoro of .'J to 1. It was one of the best games over played of that amount. In Louisville and was n struggle for supremacy between Pitchers Eraser and Told Young. It is believed nt London that tho war Three persona were run down and by street cars at Pittsburg Sun- between Turkey and Greece will bo ovkilled er before tho end of tho present week. day. Vina Stubblefleld was murdered by The loss of Larlssa by tho Greeks Is looked upon as tho beginning of the George Winston, her paramour, at end, nnd tho Powers think tho time has Chicago a confidential clerk kill- arrived for them to Intervene. At ed his employer and then committed suicide. 'FARM AND TRHDE, Joe Thompson, of Hyden, was shot Sheep are selling a cent higher than and killed on Red Bird Creek by Reeso this time last year. Slzemore. T. C. Rankin bold to George Wood a Tho militia was called out at Alexandria, Va., because of u false rumor of a yoko of oxen for $ti0. Dan Holman sold at Lancaster yesNegro uprising. of Leslie county, was terday 10 calves at $11. John Combs, Isaac Hubbard bought of T. L. Carbitten by a rattle snake and died withpenter 15 calves at $1(5. in three hours. W. II. Murphy sold In Cincinnati a Three of tho infamous Montgomery gang are to hang at Fayettsvillc, W. lot of hogs at 3. 10 to 3.00. T. J. Culton sold a lot of steers at Va., Juno 25. who eloped, took Lancaster yesterday at $23.50. An uncle and nleco The Winchester Democrat reports poison near Lorain, III., and died in sales of a lot of extra hogs at 3.57 J. each other's arms. M. S. ifc J. W. Baughman bouirht at Gov. Bradley has issued a proclamaKentucky Day at Lancaster yesterday a harness mare for tion, fixing May 24 as er Prices Are Within Your Reach Would you havo a GOOD thing nt mighty little, moro than first cost ! of a poor thing? Wo Havo It. News Briefly Would yon buy Men's and Hoys' Clothing thnt arc better nnd cost you less than you can buy them olsowlicreT Wo Havo Thom. Would you havo Shoes which Inst longer and which arc cheaper thnn you enn buy them elsewhere? Wo HaVO Thom. prices Dry Good and Notions way down Would you buy at hnrd-paas you can for the best thoro Is, orcui bo? nslow Our Prlco. rock-bottom That's Would you buy direct from the Importm? Wo Are Your Mon. Would you order a Suit of Clothes or a pnir of Panto for Itis money thnn you can buy remit mado goods foi? Thon Give Us An Ordor. Would you save a dollar tngo? If Pa-duca- h. you could? Thon Buy Of Us. Would you have goods yon enn Bwear by, guaranteed, nnd nlwajH used to ndvan That's Our Goods. We will gunranteo everything. We noil to please you Give us a tria1. You can have your money back If you are not ftntlftficri. We want your trndc lwcause we can We will go nlno tenths of tho way to meet you. givo you the goods you want WILL YOU GO the QTHER 10th ? It's business cure. Our good nrc the best money can pro wo are after, and eo nro you We know it; wo can prove It. Givo im a chance and we'll make you know it THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UKHAXSKY A CO , Ma.n.-uikhI'boi-hiktoi- T. I). HANKY, . Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenccburg. C'ynthlann, Versailles, nence, Georgetown, Klitabethtown, Frankfort, and Muuckport, Ind. Emi- "politics to-da- y. iwst-mast- er Far-bon- 11 "Objector." ISiSi 1822. cattle, averaging 1,000 at 4 J, are reported In the Woodford Sun. Gilbert Waddlo tells tho Somerset Paragon that ho has trlplett lambs which give promise of long life. n jockey, Jumes Julson, the died at Lexington Friday of pneumonia contracted while riding at New Orleans. W. R. Cook, of Garrard, sold to D. N. Prewltt33 hogsat3c. He bought them a month ago at 3c und has since put 74 pounds of flesh on them. Camo to our stable a young work mule. Owner can get by proving prophours. Dr. J. II. Hensley. of Vineenno, erty and paying for this notice and tho Baughman. Ind., committed suicide because one of keep. M. S. & J. W. of Danville, denies to wait George S.Cogur, his patients got another doctor on him. that a hemp combine has been organizAn explosion of gas In a coal mine at ed, lie attributes the prevailing low Blocton, Ala., resulted In the death of prices of tho produet to the uncertainty four men and the serious injury of 23 of tariff legislation. Sam Owens and Aurellus Dunn aro others. recalled and tho first to finish planting corn that we Edhem Pabha has been Osman Pasha, the hero of Plevna, has havo heard of. The former finished 50 of acres Saturday afternoon, tho latter 45 bccn.api)olnted comraandcr-ln-chle- f before noon Friday. theTurklsh army. A Pennsylvania horseman, who got Mabel Palnes, a dancer, was awarded ho- struck on Bob Moreland's horse sense, $10,000 damages against a Chicago tel on account of damages received offered him, $30 and board to return with, him but Bob says he can't think from a folding bed. Two school girls are In jail at Taze- of leaving homo yet. Tho Maury county, Tenn., Dcmociat well, Tenn., charged with setting lire n says these sales of mules are the best becauso they to a school-hous- e this season: Austin Harlan, one pair punished by their teacher. court-hous- o nt Upicr Sandusky, for $250; J. D. Barrow, three mules for The O., which originally cost $75,000, wns $330, and W. J. Moore one pair for sold at auction for $10. There are over 32(10. Competent authorities say that apples 400,000 brick in tho structure. mines in grapes and the small fruits havo been Tim Hussev. who discovered the Cripple Creek district, worth fully in no way injured by tho sharp frosts of $1,000,000, died penniless in tho Hospi- tho 10th und 20th, nor by tho continued rains and low temperature of tho tal of tho great gold camp recently. Harry W. Cassln, cashier of the Geor- month. Advocute. Lancaster Court. A 'good crowd gia Loan Savings and Banking Compamisappropriated attended Lancaster court yesterduy und ny at Atlanta, has $45,000 of tho funds of that Institution. considerable trading was done. Most An attempt was raado to assassinate of the 100 or 150 cattle on tho market King Humbert, of Italy, as he was on were bold and the prices ranged from his way to the races. An attempt was 2c for butcher stuff to 3 for good heifalso made Xo assassinate President Bor-d- ers. A number of plug horses und mules changed hands at $10 to $40. of Uruguay. filed against the Squire James L. Jieal sold 2o0 Two suits have been of corn to different parties at $1.50. Hotel Knox, which proprietor of the Knoxvlllc, Term., April W. T. Robinson has bought 100 ewes was burned at 8, praying damages because tho hotel from different parties with lambs, u lamb to the owe, at $1.50. Iluunu & had no fire escapes. ran RIngold, havo engaged about 200,000 JumesE. Thorpe, a inortorman, Stans-burpounds of wool In Mercer, Anderson, his car into a buggy In which Ira old man, was riding in St. Washington, Lincoln and Gurrard an Louis. Stansbury thereupon shot tho counties. A lot of feeding cattle bold by the hcud at a little over 5c. inortorman In the thigh. Democrat. Joseph Jefferson, the votcrau actor, says In an interview that ho never exMrs. Rhoda Worrull, wife of Dr. pects to retire from the stage. "As John M. Worrull, of the Danville Theolong as the American people want to logical Seminary, died Sunday of pneubcorao, they can have mo," ho says. of Bourbon county monia. Sho was a Miss Dyers, of JefTho fiscal court I has purchased and freed four moro ferson county, und about 70 years old. well-know- the Nashville Exposition. Thomas Aiken, of Portland, Me., took carbolic acid for Jamaica,, ginger and died in a fow minutes. Joe McCoy, a Negro, was taken from the jail at Alexandria, Va., and hung for raping two white girls. John Hume died in great agony at South Bend, Ind., after hiccoughing day and night for 72 hours. Two unknown men aro in jail at Ind., charged with stealing lightning rods off tho court-housTho homo of Tom Barben near Pikc-vlll- e was burned and his wife and five children were roasted alive. Four persons were fatally and two others seriously injured by a wreck on the L. & N. near Evergreen, Ala. W. A. Mason, a prominent young man of New Orleans, swallowed his false teeth and died In great agony. A son at Lima, O., caught his father in a houo of ill fame and shot both him and his charmer, the former fatally. Miss Susie Akers, of Parkersburg, W. Va., gave her little brother morphine by mistake and ho died in n fow ko-kome. $75. o, Sixty Duroc ehoats, will average 80 IKHinds, for sale. C. II. Singleton, Orchard. Crab Thompson & Poor bought in Rockcastle and Pulaski 30 calves and heif ers at $12 to $10.50. The lurge feeding barn of T. D. Hnr-re- d In Hardin was set on fire und 25 ox- port cuttle perished. S. K. Dudderar bought of W. h. Am- on 10 hogs ut 3 and bold J. G. Lynn seven yearling steers ut $20. Sales of wool MILLET SEED Two rso second-han- d at 15c and 25 CORN PLANTERS And a lot of second-han- d two-year-o- ld SU PTeyS For Sale. B. K. WEAREN & SOV. PAINT. BEfi?DyLEAD. Beyond doubt wo hnve tho led Kendyii)ixel IVnton the market OILS, VAKni$f)G$, G0L0R& At Lowest Cflbh I'riccr. CRAIG Sc HOCKER. TttC HERD Thoroughbred Duroc Jerssy E!D HOB?, M j irwlrn wrro (rum llio U-- t lienU ot l of lliln hiuuiit ofwhiB In Mrrl Stilt A lcuillil of lir if illltvrmit UKvi lor mIu. ilml nowi a - ljHy SallnfaclIonRuaraiilml. lin-vi- lt iMjlIfllel. .Mrcfta -- sSSHBWSe!'2!E?' R. H. BRONAUQH, Cruli Orvhanl, Ky. had-beo- The Buckeye Churn Makes hard work easy. You can get moro butter. You wnsh, salt and work the butter before taking it out of the churn Will Sell You One on Trial. Il will pay for itself in few weeks. and bee it. Tall m I'm S ""-- ' Em kP a, bai-re- ls The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. y, Most Complete and Convenient Freezer over nfforcil in Stanf rd. llu(i hes lcilalor leHU time and less ico than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minutjs to freeze cream. Wo guarantee them to do all we claim and they nro sold on trial. Very icspectfnlly, Oumo and see for yourself... Try one. Har-rodsbu- rg HGCVS & M'KINNEY. jfafitfJttM&ftiMfik fcmmwe' THE 9REAT BUSINESS TRAINING I -- SCHCX3L OF. RECOMMENDED THE SOUTH. HOLDING FINE POSITIONS. MEN BUSINESS CHAOUATCS 8Y THE ItAOINC Or Vfirirfi Cj? j77) THE COUNTnY. MtNTIOMOQtJ&S wantmc. t,r . tkJfr- 4 ..! 0rfSpitifc'?ryyfih 4 i. Stanford, Kv., April K. C. Wai.to.v, BusiNKsa yi ("wiwt rfl"?ftyp.Wgfym'' SWV"-'wWWPi- l tgT'Tyif ' W.PM W nijuiwimpyyi i jiy iywiyiytyytyifB - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 27, 1897 Belts tp close out cheap. Danks. New vegetables of every kind rls fc Hardln'B. at Far at Money. $2,000 to loan on real tate. Apply at this olllco. Garden Hoes, Warren & Rnkes nnd Forks Shanks'. Makaohr. Garden seeds or all kinds in bulk and packages at Warren & Shanks'. (, J , Alauastink. tho irroat wall finish. Lost. Ulstory"of Kentucky; "John Is made In III (Uirercnt colors. Every M. Held" on lly loaf. Leave at this ofcolor la In stock now at Penny's Drujj fice, 1 Store READY Mixed House Paint, Decora-tlv- o PERSONALS. and Carriage Paints. W. B. Mrs. .IamkhMii.uukn has been qulto nick. Gkorok 1J. Vi:ari:n wont to Liber- Claric Alcorn, an aged and Negro of tho Turnersvillo tion, died Sunday. well-kno- ty yoMtonlny. Mibs Katib Li:b Ykaop.k, of Uoyle, Is with MUh Mary Hrncc. sec- Lincoln county has ItsTweedlesand Mrs. Cl'ktis Govbk was horo from Twaddles and Pulaski Its Weddles and Waddles. How are theso for names? Crab Orchard yestorday shopping. MR. J. W. .Mh.lkr, of Lancaster, pattbed through to Ml. Vernon Sunday. Sam M. Owkns was hero yesterday for tho llrut tlmu since his two weeks' bjhjII of over. Woven wire and oak picket fence, tho most economical fenco on tho market. I am selling it at about cost of manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Mibs i- - I :f. ,u Sergeant Howard Bruce were up from As eight iMirsons were sent to the DanvlIIo yesterday. penitentiary from Boylo last week, we Mr. John A. McHoukrts was down will havo to reverse our assertion that from Corbln yestenhiy and took in the it is a law abiding county. Odd Fellow's entertainment, MisbKatk COOK arrived from LexWhile Mrs. J. C. McClary was ington yestorduy, whoro she enjoyed a down town the other day thieves entervisit to Mrs. Leo F. HutTman. ed her pantry through the window and Mr. and Mrs. Jamks Giiiony', of stole a lot. of dellcncles that she had f Liberty, and Mrs. J. C. Coulter, of been saving for Sunday. . Middloburtf, were hero shopping FriThe Powell corner Loday. gan Avenue and Lancaster pike, has Mr. Horack Hrown writes from Seattle, Wash., that he and wife have been torn down by the owner, Mr. Wilstarted Hasten a visit and will come to liam Stone, and the lumber used to his dwelling next door. Stanford. MR. K. W. SMITH, who has been enMr. Morris Fred desires us to say gaged civil engineer of the now wa- that he was in no way connected with ter works at Norfolk, Va., returned tho enso of whisky selling, of which homo yesterday. Mr. Lnndy was acquitted. Ho has Cou,T. T. Him stands corrected. been hero threo years and no chnrge One of J ml no Fox's sons writes him of any kind has ever been brought that his father was named "Fontaine" against him. .. and not Fountain." J. M. llltONAUOIl, of Crab Orchard, While fishing on Dlx river four is studying dentistry under Dr. W. 11. miles below Bryantsvillo, Mr. Georgo Penny, and is holding down his olllce T. Mcltobcrts found a bottle with this In it: "1 'put this bottle in tho Hangwhile ho is at liustouville. MlSH Mamik DbUord wont to Leba ing Fork near tho covered bridge, on non Junction yesterday to visit Mrs. the Danville pike, March 111, lblX). ArJames Carter, and Miss Uettlo DcRord thur Duwson." returned from Crab Orchard. Missive IlRIOllTund her mother, THE bay mare ridden by Bob More-lan-ind Saturday afternoon guvo away Mrs. Jenniu Bright, have both been the hind legs and fell against a fence, confined to their home with an attack but Bob escaped injury. Tho animal . of rheumatism. MIddlesboro News. was worked with by veterinary surTwo pictures of Louis Landrum, of geon and has about recovered. It is tho Lancaster Record, upMarcd in Sun- said there Is no question about it being day's Commercial Tribune, but the wife n genuine caso of paralysis. . of his bosom would hardly recognize FISH. Manager J. W. Hayden Is gothem. Mr. J. 13. Owkns has engaged with ing to have both fish and pure water. 11. K. Wearen h Son to attend to tho He went to Richmond Friday and seMcCormuck machine trade and J. L. cured from President C. S. Powell, of Tottcn has taken his place at Mr. J. B. tho Water Co., 300 bass, gargleyes and brim and put them In tho reservoir. Hlggins'. W. L. KVANH Is the boss fisherman. Ho will now havo to buy a guttling gun He put In a part of a day fishing while to keep the fishermen from tho pond. . at lMnevllle last week and pulled out Stj:als. -- James . McCormuck had two nine, tho largest of which weighed bales of fencing wlro stolon from his over fouritounds. Tin: millinery with which Miss Dora farm a few nights since. The scamps Stniub was connected at. Tulhthoma, were kind enough to divide with him Tenu., was destroyed by lire and she and loft two bales. Andy Curoon, a will return homo after attending the Highland darkey, stole 1i!b brother Millard's clothes and ran otT and married Nashville Exposition. and now Millard Is looking for him with Juiksk W. L. Dawson, J. B. I'axton and J. F. Cummins went to Frankfort a razor. yesterday to try to convince tho Slate Dropped Dead. Miss Mallnda Popthat our taxes ples, aged 7S. who lived with her maid, board of equalization should not be Increased. en sister, Miss Mary Popples, nearly as Sam Mauri:, of Loudon, was hero old, had an apoleptic stroke Saturday Saturday, lie says that the democrats and died almost before she could bo of Laurel will head their ticket with placed In bed. Only these two old Mr. K. II. Hackney for judge and tho women and a negro boy lived at the chances are that they will win. house and they only wero present Mr. DklaNKV Lackey and Miss when tho death occurred. Jennie Lackey were guests of Mr. and OUR medicine man must not bo so Mrs. John V. I tout. Mr. Lackey is "0, his sister, Mrs. Eliza Lackey, is 8(1 and carelchS. The Somerset Paragon says Mrs. America I tout Is 82, and these sat that Anderson Carr was fined &10 in that city for selling his medicine withtogether at dinner Saturday. M. J. Durham, now of Lex- out license. Dr. Carr evidently lost Juixn: ington, who arrived yesterday noon, tho necessary papers or possibly left and who was to lecture" on "Odd Fel- them at home. Money is a small conlowship" ul Walton's Opera House last sideration with tho doctor and tho Par night, Is one of the most prominent Odd agon can bet its delinquent subscription Fellows in the United States us he also list that he did not intend to wrong the Is one of the ablest. Ho held for one hustling capital of Pulaski. . term tho olllco of Grand Siro of the Mr. Joe Severance, Sr., suffered Soverolgn Grand Lodgo of tho United an apoplectic stroke Sunday nnd has States and has long been prominent since hovered between llfo and death, tho utfuirs of tho order. in an unconscious condition. He was Tub Louisville Times says of Miss presiding at tho sacrament of the Lord's Chastino Macgregor, who Is visiting Supper at McCormacks church and had Miss Ellen Owsley: She is n beautiful called on Mr. Wallace McKlttrickto girl and is accounted one of tho best glvo thanks for tho bread, which was musicians in the city. She plays ex- done and ho partook of It. He then atcellently and Is also good singer, hav- tempted to rise to ask Mr. T. J. Hill to ing received Instructions from some of return thanks for tho wine, but was untho mostfamouB foreign masters. Miss able to do so. Mr. P. M. Carter went Macgregor Is tall, stately and very to him and asked if ho could assist him, hostess. handsome and Is a splendid but he said ho wanted nothing. Ho MUs Owsloy, who takes rank as ono of was placed In a phaeton and his wlfo the beauties of tho Stato, belongs to started homo with him, but ho wus the famous Owsloy family, 60 noted in taken so much worse that she had to Kentucky history. stop with him at Mr. Hill's and ho Is still there. Drs. Poyton and CarpenHOME NEWS, ter olTor no encouragement to tho grlof stricken family, but hundreds of friends GARUKN and llower seeds at Craig & are praying that tho good man's llfo Hooker's. will bo spared. His son, Rev. Joe SevPotatoes, Onion Sots at War- erance, Jr., arrived from Memphis yesSeed terday In response to a telegram, and ren & Shanks'. now till his family aro at his bedside. See our new Polka Dot Percales. There was a slight Improvement at Sovcranco & Son. last accounts, tho paralyzed sldo flinch f BlQ Hno of llower crocks, 10 conts for ing at tho stick of u pin, but conscious-- 1 ness nau not uecn revived. choice. Farrls & Hardin. m m store-hous- e, en-larm ed dally. Prices J. II. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Gko. II. Huuck and Dudderar's. Crab Orchnnl Srturtlay to visit Mrs. day and Saturday. IUtttik Wkaukn went up to .. NEW trimmed goods low Thursday, Fri- New goods receivut Mrs. Kato m 11 m m 11 Hon. Harvey Helm, a trood lawver. a good democrat and very capable young man, offers for county attorney Lost, plush capo between Rowland In tins issue, making three who havo and Preachorsvllle. Finder please reshied their castors Into the ring. turn to this olllco nnd get reward. The . ...... Noted scientists say that the coming 6tagoofyoung ladles of town had the Walton's Opera House beautiSummer is going to bo red hot, and fully judging by tho taste wo havo had of it, and decorated when we went to press everything was in readiness for the their prediction will prove true. Odd Fellows free entertainment last THE TIhm. W. .Napier Camp will night, which promised to be largely atmeet next Saturday at 2 i M., May 1st, tended. at the olllce of Col. Welch. Full atMr. J. B. Gentry, who flew the tendance desired. T. M. Goodknlght, coop, when everybody said he had a Adjt. chance to win tho nomination, gives his SI'KCIALSALKOF- & N. has put an exceedingly reasons in another column for The L. the race for sheriff, which appear low rate to the Nashville Exposition. Agent Joo S. Rico tells us that tickets to be well talcen. Jim's democracy is & good till Nov. 7th will be sold every llko himself, both good und true. M. day at $10.:i."i, good for 10 days at $7.00 The warm weather of a few days beand for seven days at W.10, the latter Just Think for one moment and go to WITHERS' nnd price the fore was succeeded by a splendid rain being much less than ono fare. Sunday afternoon and night and tho Little Lucy Lee's mother was sur- face of nature now wears a full spring prised tho other day at the clock strik- time appearance. The trees are nearly ing so many times, when she went to In full leaf and tho green grass grows sec what was tho matter. Standing In all. around in luxuriant greenness. Warm, fair Tuesday says the signal a chair was the little And tho Like. The Prices have never been so Low in the history of time. turning the hundsiind when asked what service. she was doing, replied with sweetest The convention of Christian Endeav-oror- s Innocency: "I'm trying to make it at Hustonvillc was attended by strike 12 ho papa will come homo to about 70 delegates from the four coundinner." ties comprising tho district, and by an "Most all tho republicans in this immense crowd from the surrounding section were for Holt," said a promi- country. The exercises v,ero much nent ono to us yesterday. "I nover enjoyed and the guests departed greatheard before of tho meeting' that was ly pleased with the manner in which held to Instruct Mr. King and Senator they wero entertained. Lay to vote for D0B00 and scoring t2 tSi Routt. After a long illness of conrS U'l rTTT-those who had been disloyal to Hunw JL- - 1U W A kJC?C?U.. . sumption, death claimed Mrs. Lena ter." fcovcrtil other republicans also ffi B-- : said tliey had never heard of the al- Routt, wlfo of Jesse R. RouU, at (J p m ffi M. Saturday. When threo years ago, .: leged meeting. she was led to the altar by the man t The Negro, Jim Bailey, who was who la now crushed over her loss, she KL t given six years at Danville for killing was the picture of health and beauty, 5 KS Charley Lewis, also colored, is a Lin- und none had promise fof longer life. PT' Get our prices before sending your orders away Just as cheap at J coln county product and belongs to a But shortly after tho birth of her little 7 Ib'jll in A bad family. He has an aunt, Bettic girl eight months ago she took cold Doty, who is in the penitentiary for and tho dread disease began to gnaw K life. She killed her young child and at her vitals and the vigorous woman & hid It and fatally Injured her son when was soon emaciated and worn. She s? DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. ho told an officer what his mother had was a daughter of Mrs. Bottle Broad-duKil done. This occurred many years ago. vf TI who Is a sister of the late Col. A. .. M. Swope. and For Sheriff. J udgo T. L. Shelton age. Not long was about 21 years of before her death she announces his candidacy for shoriir In told Rev. J. T. Sharrard. who preachthis issue. He is a born and bred Virginia democrat, but came to this coun- ed the funeral bermon, that she had long ago made her peace with God and ty in 1874, first to help build King's was not afraid to die. Her last words Mountain Tunnel. He staid there nine wero to her mother: "I am almost years and after a short residence In gone; Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is Complete Tennessee located at Rowland where soon turn my face toward home; I'll be with the angels." Her neighho has since lived and where he has and our bors speak in tho highest terms of her been frequently honored by his fellow citizens. Ho Is now jHwtmastcr there and the large number of friends who and a good one. Judge Shelton Is f0 gathered to pay the last tribute of re years old and a fine man any way you spect showed In what high esteem And the Quality is the Very Best. take him. That he could make a capi- she was held. The remains were inSunday afternoon by thoso of terred tal officer goes without saying. of her uncle in BufTnlo Cemete. The democratic county committee ry in the presence of a very large doubly guaranteed' at hns assumed a most delicate duty in de- crowd of weeping relatives . and ciding to nominate a county ticket with friends. May God comfort her hustho aid of two men from each voting band, mother, sister nnd brothers nnd precinct, but If It will do so without throw His protecting arms around the regard to men nnd without the sem- little infant. blance of favoritism, it can do it satisRELIGIOUS. factorily and well. Let the Interests of tho democratic party be considered An effort is being made first and by the selection of the strong- other church Liberty. to buildis an at on There est ticket ossihle. When the com- ly one there now. mittee has dono this and done it conFiro at Jellico destroyed the Baptist scientiously, it will bo the duty of evchurch and the residenco of Rev. It. E. ery candidate to submit and It will be Tyler, To get a Dress and Skirt Pattern at a small price. We offer a line of its pastor. the pleasure of the party to acquiesce. Dress Goods The sacrament of the Lord's supper Men aro nothing. The party is all. Give will be observed at the Methodist us a good ticket, properly distributed church next Sunday morning. over tho county and success Is ours as Rev. W. F. Vaughan, presiding eldsure as tho election comes. er, will hold a quarterly meeting at THE Ladies' Aid Society of the McKondreo next Saturday and Sun-daChristian church In order to promote Which contains plain Serge?, Cheviots, Novelties, &c , Ac. This sisterly love and charity and increase Rev. II. C. Morrison, who intended is much less than cost on pome of them, but to ive a good selection we the social enjoyment, invited the aid holding a revival at Hopklnsville, was oiler tbc cntiro line nt the above low price. societies of the other churches to meet crowded out by a brother preacher, with them at their church Friday af- who was holding forth at tho Methodist ternoon. A delightful little program church. Rev. J. M. Bruco's now church at had been prepared, which included n song by tho society, Bible reading by Ellzabethtown will be dedicated next tho president, Mrs. T. J. Foster, pray- Sunday by Rev. E. C. Dargan, of LouisOne hundred Indian Baskets now on salo at our store. The1 arc er by Mrs. "M. C. Saulley, a duet by ville. A protruded meeting is being boautiful nnd cheap. Come and see them. Mesdames L. B. Cook and J. W. Hay- held preparatory to It. den, words of welcome by Mrs. Ilay Last Friday night was the first In 12 den, paper on general society work by weeks that Mrs. Annie McClary missed Mrs. C. A. Cox, a solo by Mrs. Cook, going to church during the Methodist Remlniscencds of Society work by Mrs. meeting and she wouldn't have done so Complete and prices right. Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Carpets, Dry ? Forestus Reld and singing by all. Theso then if she could havo helped it. Goods, Notions. In his sermon Sunday Row W. S. exercises were held In the church proper and when they had been concluded, Grlnstead said that tho "Devil is a Ctho ladies, about 75 in number, wero in- Methodist," but his qualification soon vited to tho chapel to partake of re- reassured his astonished listeners. Affreshments, which were elegantly serv- ter tho servico a largo number of coned as follows: Course 1, salads dressed verts were received into the church. with lettuce, olives, beaten biscuit; 2d, At his morning services, Rov. W. S. cream and maccarones, angel's food Grlnstead told his congregation that and a variety of white eako; 'id, mint there would bo no services at night, wafers; 4th, cotTce and black cake. in order that those who wished to hear Mrs". Foster's address was so brief, tho now Baptist preacher could do so. pointed and woll expressed that wo give Ho and a good crowd of his members it in full: Prof. Drummond hns said went at the appointed hour, but Bro. Wo havo added a splendid lino of Clothing to our woll selected stock of General that tho greatest thing in tho world Is Crouch was deterred by tho rain and Merchandise and aro now prepared to lovo. We know what faith turns to Bro. Grinstead held forth himself. Ho sight and hope to glad fruition. But said he was surprised to find tho Baplovo abides forever. Now while all our tists bo shy of water. hearts rcsond to the muslcof theso old suit to a wedding outfit. Any thing you want from an ovory-dachurch bolls, (Sweet Bells) one day Our stock of HARVEY there'll be u sound that will cause every soul to swell witlj rapture. It will be Is u cainlliliitu for County Attorney, subject es11 CL METAL ROOFING. XVu FLOORING, SIDING. A. G.SINE, UUILIJUG, (STANFORD, KY. SJTs&y FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. Indian Bassets Hampers, Saturflay. Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Withers Pays The Freight. W, W, four-year-o- ld WITHERS, STANFORD. m 1 mmmmmmMmB Garden Seed. v MnkH i jLTJ .T "HidViincr T'n.nlrla .w.w, Wall Paper, It- r"""& -- FOR SALE. 1 m $ 1 3 i W. B. MoROBERTS. 1 s, ltt mwmmwmmmm m PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. PRICES ARE VERY LOW MASTIC:i'M!XED Is m m PAINT i 4 V PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A FINE OPPORTUNITY 9 4 ' m At 25 Cents, y. Something New. Other Lines 11 SEVERANCE A SOiV.i- 4! L?LW y, Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. HON. IIELJI in the signal that shall proclaim tho coming of our common Lord, when with ono universal shout we shall all go up to meet him. The signs of tho times aro Ho is coming soon, and will not tarry. May wo all bo waiting and ready to bring forth the royal diadem and crown him Lord of all. Tho ladies aro high In praise of Mr. W. II. Hlggins and his wonderful ico cream freezer. Ho f rozo tho ices for them and did it so nicoly and so quickly that everybody was both surprised and delighted. to democratic action. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, JFARRiS St JUDGE T. Is it I. SHELTON Notions, Shops, Ohinaware, Glassware, Queonswaro, &c was never moro complete. subject to tho action of the democracy. candidate, for ShurllT of Lincoln county, HARDIN, COLLEGG. Will sell my largu Poland China hoar. NaWILLIAM SHELTON. poleon, No. "Ssyi'J, which I purchased direct Tho Second Session of 1890-9- 7 WlHConlu; u splendid breeder and has from tho frumu to hold 1,1)00 pounds. Also a few &QY. thoroughbred P. O. Mhoatx, Ixith to.xes, and ON ready to weun, which will ro at S3 If taken before the 3th of Mav. Will buy a good, For full information about Courses of Study, Terras, Ac, send for our Now CataIIEltMAN DIStF.LI. fresh Cow. Address, MRS NANNIE S. 8AUFLEY, Iudv PawctrAL, Stanford, Ky. Ottenhelm, Ivy i logue. For Sale. STANFORD FEMKLE OPENED President. MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH, , HSS 'i&A&LJti Sk&fefeti'igMifW. Hfc"-.- ' JrttjOiifcw .. ' tot. ,ai, '?" ' rily T t-uw- AS ?vw "'&wi 'V? EqfljjgXU.1 p.W.IW.-- "X 't - yP Apples have gono through the vi- clsltudes of n Kentucky winter and i PAXTON early spring unharmed. They aro 0 J. II. HIOOINS, Sr.ixruiin, Kr. ft n Srf candidate for County Attorney of Linshowing a magnificent bloom, and as coln, ttiliject to tho action of tho democrat- they have had a year's rest tiro in good lo party. OR shape for a full crop. Pears. Tho chances tiro good for a PRICES ARE VERY LOW. The desirable homo of the Into John lllaln 1 JONES e, located on tho D.invlllo iiinl Ktnnfonl full crop of pears. The Japanese varIJi uiIKm from tho latter place, ami Is u candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county, ieties of which Kelferls a type, and the containing 12,S ncrvt of lantl, well Improied subject to tho democratic action. nml well uiitenxl. Tho house Is a cottage bestof the lot, have u habit of blooming A. C. of 4 roomt with porche. nil ncccvaryoui- bloom does not come very early, but the GEO. W. BCRORD nuiiaingt, a lare. rojmvnarn, fencing good, a pond of tuner falling utock nter and all so hardy Is a candidate for to tho olllco of Fishing' in Koundstono Is good not- out all at once and they aro klniltof frull treot In full lienrlng. Apply to Col. T. P. Hill, Stanford, or tho under- Jailer of Lincoln, Hiibject to tho action oi withstanding the numerous seining that generally a few .pi them escape. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. the democratic party. crop. Tho and popular Green Hrlar signed on the promlsis. parties who persist in violating tho law. This year the promise is for a full MllP. K. A. II LA IN. tntlivu fisitn f'cil. Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m. andjreturns at Snrliifr. lnMit.tl iiluint. t well Many poor people ulong tho streams The native varieties also promise at4;3Qp. in. excellent JUDGE 91. C. SAUFLEV Quinces arc quietly waiting and Orchard. Magnificent water, low figure for Will lease nt a nro defendant on flsh caught in spring KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the present MnM)ii. Oil I on or address aro safo yet. It a candidate for the nomination for Circuit season to supply the table. A. A. IIOWMAK, Jtidgo of this district, HUhJcct to tho action 12 37 p ra No. 2t Train going North ..... Plums. The promise is for a full 3 IS a in Versa Met, Ky. Don't forget the entertainment at the " N. TIN IID SHEET 12 0 P " WOKS, of tho democratic party. " South No. 23 " court-housMay 7th. Tho children crop of plums of all tho several types. " W'P m " No. 23 " Cherries are setting n full crop. will recite a beautiful pieco varied with S. OWSLEV, JR., & For allToluts. STANFORD, KY Some of the sweet cherries hnvo been many gestures. The matrons will perSole proprietor of ;Dean'. Htack Diamond Hoof It a candidate for tho notnlnntlou for Com TIinO'.OH TICKETS SOU). thinned a little too much: and there Taint. Estimates ;tmiltird fur painting wod, mouMcaliir Attornev of thin dhttrlct, IN rjAGOAOE CIIKCKED TllllOUOH. form in an amusing dialogue, and the metal and Iron roofs. SatWIartlnu ituarantred All mny not be many left when tho curcu-H- o to tho action of the democratic jmrty. best musical talent will participate. Tor any Information enquire of roofs painted with Dean's lllack Diamond Taint Corn anil liny, gets through with them. A temporanco mass will bo held at Order Office and Feed Exchange, near the Railroad warranto! for years. Dealer In Nt Cistern Tumi RICE, Agent, JOE S. andUalrnnlied Iron Tillers, Ua'vauUed and lllaik GARLAND SINGLETON Grapes are all right. Crossing, Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. Christian church next Monday evenIron Hoofing of all kinds. 21. tf s Peaches. Halo's early and its Stanford; - - rContuolcy. Is arandldatefor Superintendent of Public Schools ing. All aro invited to attend and exQUEEN & CRESCENT. Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J II. Hlgglns'. of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Dcni-Amesden, Alexandre, Brlce's TiioKorannuKn press their views ou this Important ratio iwrty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Trains pass Junction City as follows: I question for there aro efforts being Early and such like aro setting a full l.SoutU .... 12 02ip m No. 2 North......3 33 p m No. " S15am mado to place our town whore It was ct op. Old Mixon Free, Heath Free and Wfwjiiii " Ko.s " I F. 1IOLDAM The nio- -t i troll lie 149 pm " lirsiam " 6 " No. 5 " Salnay are setting a full crop also. 6 00am years ago by voting saloons back. nil bnsMU, at Is a candidate for A " "10 No. 9 i,apm of IJtiroln county, uh All persons dcMrlrg Lucust Post tbo greatOHt Ject to the action of wvr rty. the dtmocrallc os. Hand 10 run no further than Junc Tho new railroad question again be Champion, Crosby, Mt. Rose, Early lwt and railing or wire fence ran for plank fence, And what they weight, fatten oa- All trims stop there. York, Elberty, Early Crawford, Late want at my stoic near Cedar Orek, on tho pike tion City. II v at anv nue. comes interesting. Mr. G. L. Prescott "Smock and their several lending from Crah Orchard to Stanford I also Hour ami oIUm keep ou hand a supply of plank for fenelne. All is in New York endeavoring to get Crawford, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. SAMUEL M. OWENS mr norvice. poring pig-f- either hot, klndsoflumher forunlldlng purinuKn; moneyed men enlisted to build the road types are setting a very light crop, and shingles. All iiersons desiring anyalso boards not akin. All iiucHtlout cheerfully answered. VIAGEOIMIKTOWN. article of Isaraudhlate forshrrlllof Unrutii county, iiihject enemy, the this klud can call on me at my store near Cedar . M running down Rockcastle river. J. U, & H. J. Kcr.CflZRTS. Stanford. P. to the action of tho democratic party. We hardly enough for their r. M. A. . 32 U. W. SINGLETON. Ar 12 M 2,00 Lve. Somerset, curcullo. Peaches camo through the Creek. 2 83 8 20 trust that ho will succeed and that the " 1131 ' Jet. lit)--. 313 winter in good shape and the promise CSO 4 50 Arr'.eoiwtowu, Lt 9 33 5 03 ' Frankfort, 3 00 route from Mt. Vernon will be adopted. EM3IETT' SlcCORMACK "CSO 1153 7 20 SHELBY & SHELBY, reo Mrs. D. N. Williams has been quite was for a great crop, but the oft 5 30 Is a randldato for Aiwworof Unmln rounly, 8 40 peated cold spells and frosty nights 10 A.T Paris 6 . .......Troprletors Unclorttxkor, ill. Mrs. Georgie Rico has a pleasant to the action of tho d.tuocratlc lrty. Your Dally except fcui.day have thinned them out until we may c.,i).nr.ncAW,o. i a. position as stenographer in Mr. C. C. LIVERY.FEED&SALE STABLE Hustonvillo, - - - Kentucky upKrt isearuestly ilcltel. Williams' law oillce. Rev. L. M. well be thankful for a light crop. Old Offers hUserTltr. to the 31. F. IiLKIN opln of West Unruln Junction City, Ky. Seroggs preached here last Sunday. trees will stand the spring frosts better and Casey counties. Kull stock of Cutfiuiand Cask. than younger and more thrifty trees, eta always on hand, a candidate for Turnouts, protujit attention, very I. of Lincoln county, ub Mrs. Ola Woodward and son, Cleo D. S. Carcntcr, Manser, M A iiortlun of lour natrouavo is reasonable Ject to the action wfthe democratic (wirtTreturned to Lily Sunday after a pleas- and this year the highest ground gives rtectfullyrates solicited lj ant visit to Level Green. The aid so- much the best showing. JOE T. EjIBRV Raspberries and Cultivated Blackciety will meet with Mrs. Nannie Al Is a candidate for AsMvir of lJnooln county, sub berries bore such a tremendous crop PIANOS AND ORGANS. bright this week. Mrs. Bertie Whitejeel to Ilia anion of the dtniwrallc jurty and Pros', earur.tlya.ks your uirt. head has gone to Peru. Mr. F. L. last year that they put up but few slen- DeckerHnlne-- Chinos i Pros'. I'tnun, Thompson, a thorough business man, der canes for the coming season and the Klllngtoii TlaniH, C. G. IIAKEIl If. It. HaKlwlii riauoo, will travel for Gazebrook & Bros., of crop will bo short. are Currants and Gooseberries ncher TlniUH, Ac. Louisville, for tho next two months Is a candidate fr Asenf Lincoln cmiulr, Estey OrgniiH, Hamilton Organs and other tu tbe action of lb. democratic party 'llduk while Mr. W. J. Sparks attends to his making a better showing and promise Makes. liiR llieaoiithvrnondof Hi. county Is eiilltlil loa a full crop. Good and llet Mv Prices Itefore vou slice of tho pie, ho aks jour support quarry interests) Mr. A. Gustnvison 5o my V. T. WHITE, Crab Orchard. Strawberries will be a few days Huy. 10 was In town Sunday. Mr. Tom Taylor WILLIAM MORELANO OF I1ROOKLTN. has been quite ill. Mr. Ed Woodall late, the cold and excessive wot weathhas one of tho best party of section er having retarded their growth and Is a candidate for Ar.-)of Unmln, suldrcl to tbo action of IhedclUMiatlc tty ilo kludly Bks men on the road, and he keeps his track some of the first bloom has been nipMRS. U. D. SIMPSON, l'ror . )wur upmu. ped by the "Easter spoil." But the Caledonian : in fine order. : Kentucky. humble strawberry will condone the in- - Lau caster, SAM V. 9IKNEFEE Absolutely Pure. Co., Scotland. jury done It and give us u crop any Hubble, Tho farmers tiro hopeful of flno crops this year. Tho democratic nominating' convenSMTsli3li.oa.,3ra.oo5.o.3ra,,cxii.4rrlAa.3ra tion met here Monday. Not more than one or two candidates will bo put out. $2 PJCRYJCAU IN" .VD VANCE In the race for the cakoat Livingston charged. Miss Sallio Adams, of Mt. Vernon, and a- - When not so paid 3:2. CO will Miss Dillion were equally honored, as the vote was a tic. There will bo a full fruit crop of triA ples, pitches and plums in this county, but pears and cherries were injured by THIB CARD. tho recent freeze. 1 THEINT U J 1 JOURNAL MT. VERNON, THE FRUIT SITUATION OX THE PLATEAU LANDS COUNTY. ' OF LINCOLN Ornamental Iron Fence. FOR SALE i. ! M. F. NORTH mm Djt"uIi tit !"' Id u Attorney of Lin Dwelling Homo on Dunvlllu Street, Fltm-for- tl. coln,en ml Mil to for County of tho democratic HUbJcct to tho action Ky., containing Nino Uomrw mid Oritur: with nil outbuildings wanted. Cistern pirty. nnd two Hydrants. Tho nlxivo property It In tho best rcjmlr. Cnllou II. J. FORSKLE .-I .I m RGNT turn-plk- st lEwili a-mrr- J. .! SINE, Stanford. FOR RENT. u-- well-kno- I I e, 1M SON. COKL, DEKLERS NOEL J. nub-Je- ct heed-ling- oi 3STOTICJE DUROC HOGS Note-N- JHLi J. T. J. , SXJTTOKT, uh-- Jt Tlrst-Clas- s .ir - FIRE INSURANCE. gsgg FJBQSNIX sub-Ic- ct Insurance Company, Insurance POWDER Ma,son Hotel first-class. r Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthfulness. A mures the food against alum and all forms of adulteratlou so common In tho cheap brands. IlorAL Hiking Powder Co., New York. DR. W. B. PEW1TT, I v Dentist, : Stanford, t ICy. m Office on Lancaster street at Residence, "BIG ROUTE. 4: &V The licit Line toand From TOLEDOAND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. CHICAGO. "White City SpecIaL" Rest 1 ermlual fetation. Druggists, Stanford. Ky. QTwo years ego It. J. Warren, a druggist , a I'leu'snnt II rook, N. Y., Ixiught a small Wagner Sleeping Cars. Even in tho face ot ekeptlcal smites, sipply of Chamberlalu's Cough Hemedy. Bilgcr boasts that ho rides his 'wheel ilo sums up the result i follows; "At that tbo goods were unknown in thUsectlon; 1ni r llin nnnw A flnisiwfniA rvi"i n fc,"'t" time cnamlxjrlaln a lougn tfemedy Is u DunetlMrlor Cars, Wasmrr Sleenlus Cars, Trltat, ? dlSOO,ery that bouseliold word." It Is tho same In hunho tho horrifying TJ Compartment Cars, Klegant Coaches and Din-lag Cars hla cyclometer "wasn't working and dreds of communities. Where eier the good hastened to tho repair shop to havo it qualities of Chamlierliiln's Cough remedy He sure your tickeU read ia "I1IO FOUU" liecomo known the jeople will havo nothing attended to. D. II. MAISTIN, E O MtCOIlMlCK. else. For salo by Craig A: Hocker, Druggists, Yesterday ho called for it, and tho Stanford, K. A Tkt. Agt. Tasscugo l'rafne lrdei. I'xv. Avoiding the Tunnel ST. LOUIS. BOSTON. Newly funiishcd: clean beds; splendid All things taken together the prom table. Everything Mrs. Steele Minor, of Louisville, is Porters of fruit the meet all train's. 80 visiting tho family of Mr. Ed Minor. ise is for a magnificent crop Mrs. S. J. Hubblo is visiting her sis- coming season and happy is the man ter, Mrs. Marion Ware, of McKinney. who has planted wisely and well. GEORGE H. J. A. McKee & CO. The banks of Dix river are crowded Kingsville, April '21. daily with fisherman and people are grumbling along the stream oMmving Americans aro the most Inventive peoplo to feed too many of the anglers. From on earth. To them litivo lued nearly of or more than Ky. this complaint, it is to be judged that 600.000 natiMtts, Issued In tho world. nl No dls Box all tho n.iteutt most of them bring but little with them covory of modern years has Iwen of greater Has had IS years's practice lcforo alt tho Iotu tments In Washington City. 9 and take away less. beuellt to mankind than Chainborlalu't Colic. Cholera Ed Minor has lost five nico cattle and done moro to and Dlarrho'a HemeUy, or bus relieve jwln and suffering. some think it was caused from running J. W. Vaughn, of Oakton. Ky.. says: "1 A. S. on rye, others from eating Kison have used Chaml)erlalii' Colic Cholera and Dlarrbiva Itemedy In my family for neveral Surgeon weeds. Brent Barnett sold to G. A. years, and find It to bo tbo best medicine I Dentist, over used for cramps In tbo Htouiach and Swinebroad some fat hogs at 3c. H. bowels. For sale by Craig & Hocker, DrugB. Cox told his farm on Boone's creek gists, Stanford, Ky. for 31,000 to old man 'Jack, i Walls, of Mrs A. Invecn, residing nt 720 Henry St., L.extnGrton. In the Owsley win. nubble sold some Alton. HI., ftufTored with nolntlc rheumatism umca orer Jieiio'xjrnr uruz Ilulld Inj. ' shouts to Eubanks Bros, at .'JJc H. A. for over eight months. Sho doctored for It nenrlv tho whole of thlt time, using various B. Marksbury, of Lancaster, bought remedies recommended by friends, and was most of the hemp in this community treated bv the physicians, but received no a relief. Slio then lust week ut 3. B. W. Givens and of Chamlierlttln'ti l'aln ono anil a half iHittles Balm which effected E' Dunbar are the first to finish plunting a complete cure. This Is published at hi r wains oinens corn here. Sheep shearing, is tho go ItHjuost, as slio what cured her. Himiiary and Tho 25 to know O here now, but no price set on tho wool 50 cent sizes for bale by Cmlg & Hocker, 5" way. or KOUNDBD IHOS. Is a candidate furMirrllT of Lincoln county, subject to the action nfllio democratic )arly. M'KINNEY. R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 3 DINK FARMER N a randldato for Jailer, kiihject to tho ac- Hon of tho democratic purty. STANFOIID, KV. CASTLV.54A.S. JOItX. A. Pension & Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, t, Lamum. E. J. TANNER In-e- n Is a ciuidlduto for Circuit Clerk, utibjvct to tho villi of the democratic uirty. one-tbl- INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. GEO. II. COOPER candidate for Clerk of tho Lincoln ty Court, subject to tho action of the cratic party. Is Coun- demo- PRICE, Stanford, Ky. 9 ISH B3BBEE & CaSTLEHffl. CANDY KITCHEN. can now supply tho jxsiplo with Fresh varltllet and superior excellency every day. I urn making It myself and gMnrnutcs) untlsfactlon. UIvo tno a call. J. A. hTKl'IIKNlHJN, ytanfonl. I MANAOEUS, Cnmly of mnuy Commerce JBullding, Louiiville. Agents Throughout the South.; u-- ed Q o tf CO W. A. TMBBIiX. Ical Agent, D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Will carry a larger strak of furniture of all kinds this yrar than rr Uforelnd will sell cheaper than Plows Tho Oliver Chillcl, Vulcan, anbody Sllvrrblrel and Chattanooga and point, of all kinds. Cultlvatnriand DiHibloMioivU, all Malta male, thiitvat In the world. Farmers, call In and gel any thleg )ou want from a buggy down D. S. CAIll'KNTLIt, lltespcctfutly, Stanford, - 37tf. Kentucky. yet. NEW YORK. ' Ti i. to-d- o td o M J. B. HIGGINS, DKALF.K IN 0 73 a w '- & a G o CINCINNATI OHIO. MBMOIMMOMOIM D THE POPULAR mmm MOM : MMOMOIMSINIOINI M0MMOIN1OIM OIMM0IM0IM MAX m VM m iMMOMOTr. t fcfv bimsim r n rv n r ;: N W K MUMM ;' f k) t i s .'r . fr. l . s5T' if. Y t' tl L. Olr!y0(MOMM0(N10 Wanted- -n tUj Pntet mm MOMOIMMOINIOINI Idea O-for To The Noutil Tho Queen & Route has inaugurated a service Safeguard for tho Rich No Risk of observation cars on tho famoja Blue Results Assured. Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati and Lexington. Freo parlor cars and The New England Mutual Life A Valuable Prescription. Mm Queen & Crescent Standard vestlbulcd Insurance Co., day coaches. Four trains dally to CinKdltor the Worthlngton, Ind., cinnati with close connections with all writes: Morrison, of a raluable prescription Sun, Issues all Forms of Life, M0INlfMO!ra In "Vou Kndowinont and trains north. Queen & Crescent trains Elcctrlo Hitters, hive I can cheerfully recommend and Term Policies the South. constipation M0IM01N1IM10IM0 aro without a peer in unequalled 17 It forsystem tonic Itand sick head iche and as a r has no equal." Mrs. Annie miles shortest lino, train 2C25 Cottage Avenue Chicago, truin service. W. C. Rinearson, gen'l btcble, w.i. could not Grovenor digest food, hsd wjs all BEAR THIS IN MIND. MM a back run do eat pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. ache which never left her and felt tired nd weary, All Policies Insucd Participate In the Anbut six bottles of Electric Hitters restored her MM FRANK J. BEED, Cash SurSua and nual Distribution of Surplus. Chlcuco. cin- health and renewed her strength. I'rlce G.P.A smoke, Comfoht. render MO ders on Queen NoCrescent dust orlimit- St. Get a bottle at W. U. McltoberU' drug store. ance. and Participating Paid up InsurHIM & K. IT. BACON. Route Louisville. ffflfMl ed trains South. Rock ballast. Superb D.r.A TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE PAY. trains with every comfort. Fast time Tako Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All Values Endorsed on Every Druggists refund the money if It falls to Cure. For and the short line from Cincinnati. Sale by W U. Mcitolwrts, Culg A Hocker and O. Policy. Cre-co- nt Mmmrn N N m fcTtloa coo M workmaixhandeditover.Baying, "There, sir, I think you'll find it all right now." "All rightl All right!" moaned Bilgcr. "But, great Scott I Why, man, you've turned it back to nothing." "Oh, I can fix that," and tlw workman reached for tho littlo bit of moch-m- i ifm. "What was tlw mark?" lio Paid. "Three thousand four hundred and replied Bilgcr. Tho ropairer opened tho case, gavo tho disks n few taps and hnnded tiro cyclometer back with tiro score corrected. Bilger had watched him oloeoly, and as ho saw tho figures which wcro his prido a smile of wondrous jay dawned ou his bicycle face, and ho whispered eagerly: "Say, old man, I'll givo yon a dollar If you'll show mo how to do that"' Detroit Nows. sixty-three," Tho service on tho fast trains South Through Pullman drawing room sleepers. Standard vestlbulcd day coaches Ele(lavatories and smoking rooms.) gant cafe, parlor and observation cars. Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Florida or to Now Orleans, V. C. RlNEAlt-SOgen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. . iNCOMi'AUAULC Queen & Crescent O m ta a n - p -- Farm Wagons, Pleas- Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OF STANF011D, KV, Vehicles, ure Pali tip Capital, $200,000100 Uy pmvhlou. of iti ilurtrr, dpltors are a fully protrrtiil a are diposl tors In Natioual llabks, lis aliareholders Itrlin; held individually liable to the extent of tho amount of their stock therein High-Grad- e Coal. tli par aluu thirvuf, In addition to Iheamount at In such shares. It may act as executor, ad Goods Warranted as ISpprvseuted. Olllco on miuistiator, trustee, Ac , as full as an Individual. Teudcrliiic our thanks tu llueo who have entrustMain Street, opposite Dmoro's Store, ed their biiilncM to us, we trust they will continue Stanford, Kentucky. to do so, and we otfer us a guarantee for prompt attention to. ame our 'M years' exrieuco In bankJ. L. TOTTK.V, Salesman. ing and as literal accommodations as are consistent wllb MHiud banking. c 5 c Q O Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers and Surplus, - 17,603 80 I. . IiucUin's Arnica Salve. The nest salve In tho world for cuts,, bruises sores, tilcers.salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions. It positively cures piles or no pay required. ItU guaranteed to give erfect satisfaction or money re fnnded. I'rlc 25 cents r box. For salo by W. U. Mcltobcrts, Druggist. H IT VI a B t1 rj p "i Dr. King't hTew Discover! or Contumption mm 0M This Is the best medicine in the world fur all forms of eoiishs and colds and for consumption. livery liottle Is Kuarantood. It will cure and nut disappoint. Ithasjio equal for whooping cough, asthma, liar fever, pneumonia, hrunihltls, cold In the head, fa K"!'! and for consumption. It Is safe for all aires, pleasant to take and above all, a sure cure. It Is always well to take Dr. King's Now Life Fills In connection with Dr. King's New Dlsooiery, as they regulate and tone the stomach and bowels. We guarantee perfect satisfaction or A return money. Free trial botttlcs at W. U. Mcltobcrts' drug store. Itcgular size 60u and SI. ? Poor Man. A Sheet Anchor for the HCENTS WHNT6D. FIRSTNATIONALBANK OF STANFOUD, KV. Attention of the public Is called to tbo f.ict that this Is the only National Ilauk In Stanford. Under the provisions ot the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by tbe capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount equal in the stock, so that Hposliora of tbli Institution aro secured br a fund ort.tu.OOO. Fi .nm statement of tho condition ot tho llauk aro made each year to the United Slates (lorcrnmcnt and Its asset, are examined at stated time, by government No. 52015, Producer of combined uud Eastern horse agents, thus socurtug additional and iierfvct salet to deiKisttors. that sell for good prlcoi, will make the Thliluitiiutlon, orlu nallr established aa tha ut Ten Doli.aiis to Insure u liv- KMlt Itank of Stanford la 1838. th.ii rnnrv.nluwlDa. , ing colt. AImo Jack, at 9.1 to Insure be National Hank ofSlantord iu 1865 andanain reorgaiuicu as me rirsi national Hank of Stanford a living colt. F. KEIIL N. Ii. Dorsoy Oolddust has produced a In I88L has had practically an untnterrunted axUt. em for better claM of combined horses that attract buy- Iscllltles foryears. It Is business iiinullod now wlf transauln2 promptly and libers and bring good prices, regardless of mill- erally than uver before In Iu long and honorable ed. career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, llrmj nnu lumiwu.u vuuviicu. DIKICTOIt.' F. Ileld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, St anfonl ' 8. If. Haugkuian, T. V. Hill, J.S. Hocker, " ' K. U Tanner, McKinney. W, A. Trlbblo, " Orch'd) M. J. Miller, MLTcrnoa. STANFOIll), KY. M, D.LImore, ctanfjrd. oirtCBas. All kinds of repilrlne do o at reison'ble ritis J. 0. Ilocker, Presldtnt; J. J. McRoberU, Cashier: Upholsterini; 8 .tlsractloi mi ranpI A. A.McKlnter. AwlsUnt Cashier. Money to loan on Improved city proerty or farms In Stanford and Lincoln county al 0 mr cent, payable Keuil- - Annually AIki 1 wll furnish iKinds for public or corporation offlclalst LxKUtors, AdmluUtratorSjor (Jimnliansat reason, ableiates Am agent for ffmrof the Fire In surance Companies doing business In Kentucky and solicit patronaga of proN.rtv Imldrrs tu Stanford. Itates fame as other companies doln business here. Ai.i..i.r. r.. VAiinu., Agt, n si-u- n loan, sonds m It, bt Owsley, Sr., Wllliaiu Jixb, S. J. F.iubry, J. tr Vl"1"', J. N. Mruefeo. U IT Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams. II. Cummins, W. nilBCTORI. J.S J. II. 0siey, .S, II. Shauls. J. F. Cash, v I'reachenvllle; v'' Carpenter; !l....1r. J. T l.lA.... II.' Owsley, Cashier; W. M. Uright, ornciKS. Teller In overy county In Kentucky for tho Homo Collur Protector tho Kronl-"t- t Invention tbut over has been Invented, to ou horso collars. Lively amenta make 93 Ko nml $t per day. Forfurthorpartlculiint.np-plyt- a W. T. KICIIAICIWOX. General Agent. Junction City, Ky. Lo-ro- w Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,760. -- 0M DORSGY GOLDDUST gen-e- M0 0G0((Q)(NI0(N1 1 u m T I Who can think of some atiapk. tnlDg to pateair you thtg majr bringPiu-n- t w.alttu ysu CO.. At tor. Wr'M. JOHN wSuDErIdRN D. their i JU0 prlw offer Wataten. ueri Uat of tw iMMlriM naated. sui '- Experts who havo investigated conNo catch clauses; No fine print. Corresditions in India estimate that not fower Twenty individuals and estates own pondence Solicited, than 500,000 persons will havo died of nearly 18 por cent, of tho real estate in JESSE D. WE AEE2T, starvation when tho present famine la tho city of Now York. Tho Astors head ended. tho list with $180,000,000. Agent, Stanford, Ky. L. I'enoy, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. svsltr, ' Mi - 3HBBssBHBMaasaauwBiMMiinM.MBte '.K Uh ViZr.'XtmL.-l- . 'iSwilorf.air 'X;B f v ..1 .t-- iA e r, s,.v r ' ,m . nVMM &$?. if fe'iM v, A M.L a ft. I m-l-- 7 N ,11 - I