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.? Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal K. c. walton, bus. Manager t Stanford Ky April 3, 1888 Published Every TuoBdsy and Friday AT "J IKU iMVheti n..l o paid $a OO will dc . harmed " L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. , M&. train KoinK North ,n J - , ' .South . ijipmi I, r,.. train;; Sooth............. M4ipji l ul Weight North .6 m ... .vt.i...i h.w... Hr I he Utter train alo carry paeui;et 'I he above ttcatiulated on utandard time, Solar time l ahout minute fatter. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'train leave Knwland at ;jo am anil return at I i m. MEANS BUSINESS. Watiiiks and jewelry ivuiiied and warranted. A. It. reiinv. Tii:,H't place to buy Iiuks, patent , m l,lt' "I"'"' "mse in Manlonl on ami toilet articles is at A. 11. ' day, April 1:1th. iVnnvri. nrvvour school bts.ks, ink, tablets,' najsT, jsjiiclls and whid supplies of all 1 kinds from A. It. Penny. I piarantee all watches and every ar- Milted ' 'TiFlVm""' '"' i"''1 'LS ri'm" ' DECIDEDLY PERSONAL M11. W. (. Kmbmiv, of I'banon, is in t wn Mil. .1. A. II mmomi, of Hubble, was in to see us yesterday. Mas. O. II. yu HoiiBirrs, of I.ibeity, is s.tnik' Itev. and .Mrs. S. S. .Meltobeits. , Mi:, . P. Srwiuis back from a two miU' visit to relatives in the West ', I 1,,. irs. v n hts nns pme 10 I.OUISV1IIC ,, . , , , , . ,, iii.M V iiieiiim.il 10 lay in uvr f.m.K I nery. , litsi. M uv R.IWM X came oe Knd Paster with her sister, Mrs. Heel. Mi:s. I'.. .1. Mohkiii.v lettves to-day t' . stt her daughter, Mrs. William Walls, mi iiurntrd. Ki.v. II.C .MoimisoN, ot D.inville, wiisi . r,r.su .--Train Dispatcher W. F. , gia. up. Situnlay, the guest t.f. Mr. ami Mr. ' Packanl is not only a tlionmgh elect Dr. Priest, a Shelliyvilleilentist, took II. P.ruce. ' eian, but a genius withal. He has made I ,m" linrmimr little witlow, Lillie Kava- Mas. .1. II. Mweonn. ami son.tieorge, f,,r Dr. L. F. Hullmau a peifect little , l""1'. '" if' l Shelbyville last week of Indianaptilis, ate the guests of !ier electric engine, which he will use to tun 'id the niglil of the marriage Mr. 11. Williams. ' the various machines ior making sets of 1 M,,r" preceded to give him a ehamvaii. MinsMmu .Mmuis came over fnmi j teeth. Mr. Packanl promises to make Tin-doctor didn't like that kind of fun Millersbuiv College to spend luisterwitli ,mc that will run our ptvssesand furnisli 1 M' '"' blared away witli his pistol and .1 lathes and friends here. electric lights besides. ' "' "'How fell, shot tlinmgli the calf. Mi-sMoiiii: llus.ks, piftty youngs 1 '.,l fn.mCn.b tlicharil, has been the g est of Mr-. J.U. Carpenter. Mas C. A. Co.x, fnmi Manford.ls visit-1 mg her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. II. j. , Monticello Signal. Miss !isi: ltBinis at home for the tune since she entcnsl Miller-burg' ( .liege, looking well ami happy. 4 .It im.b W. II. Pirrrrs ami O. II. Wad-1 i'!e, omep.ct, R. P. Jacobs and J.S. Van I Winkle, Danville, are in town. , Ma. vm. M..s.iSvmi.B.. .ei iri.nos.. no, ,...,..,, .-.;- ..,. . - uiyio see iiie nieiii'ios iiiei 111.11-01111-1 1 ' ir making it. 1 M.. I ! I... I I IK VMI .Oils. .Mll I. 1.1 llllll . , , . . ... . ' nn am Nettie ray went up , , ' . ,, .' '1. the ( uinbcilainl vesteiilay to H-li. I he latter went with their Cucie Wjl ' .mi Wrav. Mit. TtMiMit, mother of Mi. lW.i ( ami Mi-.s Williams, an need tiiminer, in lived Friday. Tim latter will assist .Mr, ('onrts in lier Mn. .1 miw T. after a coujile ..I iiiouIIih' stuv with his liinis in ('in- .... , iinuati. cameout witli his juimplnH of week, - - lent!) enoiijjli to set up a of his wn. . Mi: 11. C. KvirTMvs, of v,ii- In re lie wants to o a- t delegate to the National Convention, ami if Lincoln, his old home, tloes help him in his ambition, we aie ' much mistaken. I'nor. S. .1. I'ri.i.nM and Miss Kittie! . ... Ritighnuin, W. II. .McKiiiney ami .miss 1 lla Shank-. Catt.. I. II. llobbs ami .Miss Nanev IN iiin, If. i. Hail and Mis- lie- sie Ueiil, .1. 11. I'.iiighinaii and Miss An-' itie I Hum, and .1. S. Mocker ami Miss Nannie Isaiighiiian ininle upa paity tliat to Ilarrodsburg in buggies Sunday. LOCAL LORE. ,' Hutu Ct. out W. II. Iliggins'. . 1'iir.Nii I'isii Tiusd.iN, im,l j .iiuid.iv. S. S. Myers. 1 I'm n.iine of the piHtolllce at : ( ..-. v , muily, has rliauged to Vin- , vonr uionev and toll by going to I (iibbons1, llanville, and buyiim 1. ,ip wall paper, paints, olU, At1 I 1 .11. once .MnntU mine in like a lamb ami w! at outlIki'UiPwU'inihl4jif)t(Hsl 1 . m.il. idit nlie wan a luietlOr during li 1 -lay. I'm: Venindali HiU'l, .McKuiiloy, ha-1 1 11 puichu'"! by Mr. J. I'. Ciow, who will lonvert It into a Mornruoiu and pub- in hall. uikk 1M1 soil the house and .. . ... 1. ....1. I......1 1 I III .MI'S. .lllllll, ill ll'JW lllllll, -x,il i. Il.iiiiiltonaif'l i"t ! J ,s II 1 Li "ii Lancastei t. ii 1 - 1 ' Si:i:t Sweet PotutooH hy T. K. Walton. I , TT "" . . , riiKiniu'lilncry men were on hand In I full for.... ..y.,r.l.... . .l -.7.- ! Soxir.itsKT 1h wared to death over a ' eaw of hiiiuII pox jit! developed there on a truveliiiiMiian. Ncwlotof evervthiiiL in the MHiiiL' ... . . . . . t Koomh ime jtiit receivetiai . II. Minims'. fall in and examine them. . - - i Tub Tiivie Troupe aimed on time yesterday and the prospeet was that a piod lioiise would ureet them. TiiKNiwinill.iilotnfliimlNTiiiiil 111,- (X) shinnies, i.rope.tv of .hunes Smith, were burned Siui.lnv; l.ws , .csm. i --- - - T f ..- -. - - Tiik Hilary of Postmaster Atkins, at Williamsburg, has been ncresed to SI,- (UK), thus nmkiiiK his a j.residential ,,111,.,, I . ! Kami 1:1: was a glorious day and yester - 1 uity whs i-M-ii nciier. cL'eiauon iiuriy laughs with life and everybotly is busy drought to be. TiikTHI Family Concert Company, with , the most pleasing and novel entertain- 1 I meiit ever ki veil in Manfonl, will appear l.... . ... ... j 1 Tin: attention of the West Kn.lers ,; paitictilar ami the public in general is called to the of .Mr. .1. It, I Tucker's pmccrv and hardware house j lie has something nearly of exervthiiik', is a polite and airccahtc K.'iitleiiian and stdls his wares at the limine. "" Ai.onis kins in the Advocate that what Col. ltradley lacks in length of be makes up in brain development. ICiuht, n uual. Noone ion of Mradley's brain than we and none who is so thoroughly dii;iitcd with his hv. "'it hs don't amount to iiiueh, especially on a man. W..1I.. flll,... ... . .1... ... .... tit .1... .II..U.... 1. ... "'I ...'....'... 4. III. ' .71 III.' II Mini II I I III 1, . ,.;.., KniMifrcr for "lady coiresMindents" mul ( asks that they add llox 112, Stan- .Mis .Minnie Mms, the daugliter of font. The poor thim: ought to git Ids , Thomas Sims, a wealthy citizen of Ins- and goto w.irk. He would J U' eounty, .a was 011 Wednesday not much time then to sigh be- married to J. L. Ulnar, a cause he has no, me to love. , Cherokee Indian, of Venita, I. T. ..a tllillflftiltlitl flltlitl (Vkltatitit 111 l.iiir. , -- I iib hop was .pnte a nice one, but' might have mote enjoyed if it ha.l ; '"'K"" l""!"'' '"'. Then- is M lit-' tie independence ninou the youngsters j and each is s afniiil that he will be thej Ht t P'l there ami be out of ! fashion, that they do not commence to) .lam-e till they ought to be dosing the 1 "veiling's enjoyment. It is very to ' Wl'" '" ,) "Vlock to begin an tu .r any otiiei kiu.l oi hop. 1 1 T..k remains of Mis Margaret Stuait, I NV(Mi() l,ie ,m a visit to her sister, Mis. J. Ilivci; Johnston, at Lnncaster, of 111alan.1l fever, were hiought to Mr. I , . ,, ... . k . I iieorge D. Weanuis Nituidav evening ! , , ,, ' , and till the kept ' 11101 -'.;'" ""' when ,,,..,. 1 1 , , .. . . """il'nm beamed from the Presbyterian pu I ...-I.- 1.1 iii'iiii.iieiu;ui, I own, for iuterinent. Miss Muart was, a fiiend of Miss K.lieu Wean-n and visit-J ed her -(vend years ago. Hie was a bright and attractive young lady and her j ! iieatn Dy many friends madi here and at Umeaster. CiitiTir CoiiiT. Willis Itainett wasai illlitted of thccharc of iiinlicioiisli'slioot " ... .. ! ingat l ( aindeii and the cae of Cain- den for -hooting at Harnett was contiu - ' ued till next The negro chicken thief. Win. .McCoimack, who was given two a new trial and will have to go wheie lie won't yi.t liickeii toeat I'orMiiui'time. 1 The case of Todd vs. Ilibli, whicli had , been tried three times before, resulted again in a hung jury, this time !l to ,'i in , favor of TimI.I. Owens vs. Ware was . . tlien calletl ami a jury examined a- to (ualilinition, when fuither proceedings weiv cut oil" bv the sudtlen illness of- .liulge Saulley's wife. Court was not in session vesterdav, hut the latter case litis pieceilence over the suit for to-day. M.im:i negro iii.iiied Dim- .Moi-.iii wrote a note reipiesting a jtmce witli Mi-- .i.ie Sliackleford, a most woithy young lady, and stuck it wheie she to lillil it. Iliglilv uiceiisLsi sue tool 11 10 .Mr. iiiiain Duuglieity, wiio li.uimliutely -el a trap f,. tlrt ra,. He got Newland and stationed him where he could not "" w " " "" "" ".fsn,.. ...r 1 ... wlilel, he ,v.,ueHted s houl.l be lelt in the same pluoe, Nuwland brouglit his gun ltif 11 and tool: him In. .Mr Dnuehcriy was o outraged that he mhs with dilfinilty re-trained from -hooting the v lio'boggi'1 mo.t pilt'ously forui"i'. !b n.i hroueht down town tiiul UifitU of lyiu'liiug Minl him o ho 'mil I li ,n'n i 1 nI .111 hi.s feet. In ll'l 'dm ! ,'SS oil hi. inked bn I; nil 1 with h.s w ii'in si !i;inii:il, but it wis iiiiaHx i.i.v"! f I .it if tin wo'ii.l ntrUvfioiU.il u.iiir and never show 1 I. ii,,,, If 1.. .... .i.Miti. In. ...ml. ... I in. 1111. 1 I... ... mini-. .''.. 1 ), st.Mi.l imi iipoifits ov Kiit lit out at IM 1- 1 n. 1.' I. Ill I I I Is 'III'SS. Otm youtiK frlvntln, .). O. Wentherford and Juuk'h II. Cook, itewn their roiieoli - .. , .. u .?.. , "' "-'""" 'i....v I. ""7" know of it in another eoluinn. Tliev '""i" I'0'1' ea'pahlo yoimu men and dewi ve the pationae they will no iloulit seeme. . . . TT" Z v. .Ni: (t.ioitH Ioii Tub Tiioi mmc. 'I'he well-known III m of S. L. Powers i; ... .. .1.1 . . I ' " " "" t "- "' "i'1" "" '' Moek of yoods in Ky., Thins- nay 01 tun with. 1 ney aie live men and will imike thiii hot in their ijm.. Tliev have just opened out in .i.,.:.. ,.,.,. ,lm,l,,. store, on oi.oosile side " t,,,,ir '1'1 ""'l. " Manford, where ,1,L'' ,m' ,",yi"K immense stock and " ,H' Ii'um'I to meet all their old toinersiind frientls. In the county court vestenluv, I.. -son .pialilled as administrator of .lames V. Dawson with I., b. Dawson se- curity. ('. Ilrown took tlieoatii of justice of the ieace. The wills of Mrs.K. neuter J.rwin were utuniucii to probate. Mr.-. Carpenter's will api.oints D. It.Carpenterexeeutor, makesabepiest 'of .:MKI to her daughter, Mi-'s Helle, for special devotion and care for her, .:t(H) to William Carpenter and make provisions for thiee colored servants to whom she was much attached. The hotel is ipieatlied to .Misses Annie, Helle, Jennie mm .. mm sue retpies.H mm iney ho keep house. The other property is directed to be sold and after her just debts are paid the remainder nliiill k to the tour daughters named. Mr. Kru in, after some minor wills all his property to his wife and four children and appoints her and Thouuis Love Lilian! executors. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mr. P. T. (in.eii. () iui.1 M4 Sanih C. Del.mej, !.", celebnited lister by splicing for life. In New York City, Kdward Weston, a millionaire aged ii), was married to his niece, Mrs. Mary I. Weston, awed .10. I.igul advice was had on the subject f mm rlae between unele :o.,l oi but t'''iv a no statute prohibiting it. IIIOI OIK ll'O'l Ulllt II "IO "'M pIuTbph AFFAIRb. Rev. R. A. llopjer wiH preach at Uuh Uiancli next Sundav morning. Dr. Carroll Kendrick's of California, wj ,1K.ach jitTnrneiille unday at 11 ',.( H.k. K,.V. 11. A. Tuppcr is conducting a vn.nX revial at Atlanta and has had uImmiI Ilk) confessions. New Jersey Metlaslist Confer- en.e endoi.sed the liigh license bill re- cently paved in that State. Filler Zack Sweeney has just in six weeks' meeting at his home in Co- ilumbus, hid., witli".'Oailditions. - The tamiliar lace ot Rev. William pit Sunday, when he pirvhe.1 an excellent sermon on the "Itesiirrection." Mrs. I i.mer, of Milwaukee, Wis., in her will lelt $IK),00(I for a home for aged I'resbvterian ministers and their 'to be erected in the city of Milwaukee, 011 condition that the Inane is establish - ed within a vear. ,, , ., ,. . ,, .1 I he Inhuiic says that 111 the the . . -.".-. . . .....i.sj that Ke. I . 1. ll.iio lias iecn pa- "r " tm Ultiht cliur.li ttiere ti.e in - ''''ase ll'llaa to the membership has been :HS, de - ,'"ase ny letter ami tteatn 0., leaving a net gain of L'-fl. I'.very contributor to the (iiiistiun chiuvli addition is to met t '"' building committee at the church "I'M Saturday at " o'clock- e. i. to agiee upon plan and dellnite procedure, rlease ..... .... 1. ..1 1 .t 1.... pry your uh 01 mm d.ite and either attend or abide any ac tion of the meeting, (ieoge II. Mruce chaiiman. Of course we hail our information j Uiiect, as we always 00 oeions we pun-. lis..sucii thing-, nut so many 01 me bicthren and sisters deny that there is any double of any serious nature in the l'.aptist cliuivh that we take plea-mo in ' giving them the benelit of the doubt They admit that theie are dillerences but -ay they are so -light that they aie already beginning to iieul and will be entirely cured. So mote it be. - Uev. V. K. Kiitley. foinevend yeais of the I'siptist churth here, died in Marion S.it unlay, agod 70 ytar. Ho hud been in tin' active ministry for over ."i years and a life time apent in doing good for bin ftlbwn is to his credit in the world to which ho law gone. Ife has licen in 1 "eble health for bo vera I bill WUN colltilltsl to his MM. HI t'tilv iiImiUI a mouth, li'- wile had bin iivut; died. Two childieii, Mix. .. O. .Miln n, of Ielnllhw, Hud T. L. oi ( die, TcxaB, survive him. FARM AMU TRADE ITEMS. .1. S. .Miirphv wihl to Alun l'eiitv a . ..-... ..... ii-.. . I Hllv liv ( .ill l'Mll. fill- .IT."l. ,. ",- ..- --.,- - - --. iMlcotn hog has Jt haijii found until r a st i.w v r .1 of IKl .t.IVs, ' It wsthu lareM mid liore i hliow ever wen in Stanford. See 4tli ,.,.,.,......... ..... ,u. .., We have a straight tip from .lames U. (SiieM, his owner, that .laek Coek.s will win the Derby. .Vow's the time to invest your cash. -( Inly a do, mi or o scrub cattle sold at auction yesterday at '-'J cent and a , f,.w tt, ,r,.s )mrM hou took t.v,.,viv'M attention. I'eports from the winter wheat belt of Missoini and Illinois say that the destruction to t lie crop is not -o yreat as was feaied, but is still very A Small Slice of the G.O, P. The reiublicans slipjicd uji in the Com yesterday while the horse show whs jroinj: on ami held a "convention" in sort of a star chamber style. From .Mr. II. (S. Alford, who was secretary, we learn that lawyer Davison was chairman, that Hon. V. (J. ISradley was endorsed for the and the .1..1 u :i. t.. 1,:.., ,t IilHt iU1(1 nI, t)l(. ,,,. mt tril,n,.y nd (Seorce W. (Sentry were named as delegates for the State at Inrv, that Davison was emloised and the democratic party generally condemned and that the follow inw ere appointed delegates to the State Convention. W. II. Dillion, John Kecce Ward, Ch'irles Tucker, J. C. King, W. II. Cuumiings, Uiclianl Robinson, (i. .M. Davison, (J. W. (Sentry, It. K. Harrow, J. T. O'llair, P. M. .McKoberts, A. it. Davis, Richard Rout, Albert Collej! (i. W. Craig, Fount Owsley, S. S. Mullins, Tom Terry, steve Owsley, Hall Andeisim, Frank Cow.m.Maj. Reynolds, Ilatrison (iivens. NEW ADVEKTISKJIKNTS. '' A ('A HI). Partita wltd vnvh ttt Uctcit e wtirk uone wlllad'Iri.s Ky TIXOJIAS I). NEWLAXD 1 a ( anilici t: f r fe clcitoi' to ihc oltitc of MiKjtti t" the .1. t 11 of the drm.i.rai. JIL'DGE W. S. PKVOR, In a Candidate for re-election at Juilsc of the Court of AppiaU from tt U,the Jil Miliject 10 the at lion of the Ilcm rit; I.KK K. IMM-KMAN, SURliKOX DI.N1IST, SlANfilKD, - - KUTIVKV, (JTilc konth "lUc M.iin, IvtuUiwrt ali4e tlepot St, FOR RENT. Houc and In. on Paimllc ke, near latel) vaiatitl l.jr W .M amine lour airt of hind in I'K ai d garden pi.lj to M 4t A l KtlDI, Siniford, Ky. II. A. K VANS, A. 13., A.M. Analytical Chemist, LANCASTER, - - - - KENTUCKY. Male ptoalt) of cnal, mineral wattr and AiM)tical wiirk uf any kind Send fi r .iciriiiUr 13 EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, li,Y.NVllJ.I.,IO, KV. Ilamncd tu ln cie.uit new IjiiiKling the )..tutruc and 1 better than ccr prepared to aioonunodate the puhlii with line picture from photograph to life size, gn.irai.tced. 0. W MHTCALP. JIl , AnY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. tlAliHOI.'liVJl.I.IO, JvY. Will practnc in any KHirt in Katern KciittH Uy Humiliation of landtitlt ni.olt. arpenalty Any .ire tr.KH cf timher, cual and minvrat lands for tale. Information lurnished 011 any point and cor reMjident.'e ftolKited , TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. 1 I nff.r fi r .i'v ur mily the property on Pan- vili irct, . uii.i i.y w. 1. Withers. 1 lie lot - .. l I . .. . - .- CilHiaill. rt'JWIU lHUl'. .10 III llliui n till. ll til V , (tMM jive,,nf.( 7 roni..aiif, M.Wt, nee. , watw; -"-.?. ', tn he MS' ' "lllwltHi ( H(i lYIIiail.oii ! "Mini ', -- 1 cut mand I .llj.eii the pr..i..ny .t U. U ,'",'". Myt,!iZ' LOUiS SCHLEQBL, PIIOTQGIlAPirER, lili'HMO.N'I),. KV. I'll. it ..-ta i't nil anJ ii. 1'n.ture 111 I...... it .... ... 1 M'...... r'.l... v u .t. 1 ' , Mull.il,H'rilie,.,1 in. u . i..v K. s M K TIN IMi M. IKKKIN, liHntiiiRAn, K..,.M , tSij. ! Aihnht ,v lanm i.e tu .inform their many frlen.N and cuM..mer of the change in r.rm name MARTIN & PERKINS, Tlic new firm mn mil) m tl.iin the of the old, hut intend- In iiuVe many the ma.iuf.KtHri of tolw m winch will he to the interest ' 'Mir ii.tomem. We will de.te ilti'ii.1011 to . itt N' .1ur.1l I r.if hr.uiiU of KentiiLk) tt Ir.ti. 'I I1.1t1l.1n1i oii f.oors ail i-kin fur 1 minim ti.m nl our tr.nle, e remani U wn Lull' mri .1,1 U1IN ll Kk'NS IIHm ETTiVWBm Tho Original Wins. C. V. Simmons, St. I.ouli, l'rop'r M.A.blimnons Liver Medicine, ht'd ikS"i In tlie V. S Court Devkats J. B Jl.Zillin, l'rop'r A. Q.KImmons cr Kcculator.Ett'dbyZtlllniso. j M. A. S. l. M. haa (or 47 jenrs H cured Indj&lstion. IIiliolsnei' ). DVSPErSIAjSlCK. IlRADACIIC.I.Os. L2 Awwr& S.n..u ... . ... t?fn ev. T it. Itcims, I'astor'M. n! vnurcn, Aimini, lenn,, writes: "J win. 1 B11011111 nave uecn tican nut lor your Ocnulno .M. A. Sun. mons Liver Medicine. I have somctimct had to sulmlltute 'Zeilln's tnlf'fnr vnnr lll jCcVHlsJ c'inc but It don't answer the LOPLtl Ur. J. It. Graves. Kdltor Tie Memphis, lenn. n.l)s: I received a t).ickaLreoi vourl.lvrr Midline, and haeuco liallof it. It urorl.t. like a charm. I want no btttir Lucr Itiyulntor and no more otZclliii's mixture -. IkCU 1 d e. V. 3. Special Announcement. Having consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, we are now prepared to furnish the West End with the purest Drugs to be obtained, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, Cigars and a full line of Family Groceries and Supplies always on hand. Produce of all kinds is as good as cash. Prescriptions filled at all hours MXATIIEKFORD & Illl. NI V (.KOCI KV ANI Jo IB by a competent pharmacist. COOK, Ilustomillc, Ky. IIARDWVRI HOI -,F OI TUCKKE HUSTONYILLE, KV. Would kindly ak jour Attention to the fait that he ti.ijut returned fro,n the with a larRc, freh and wcll'telectcd Mock of In cndle Ancty, daiut) in iu.iliiy and vilivfaclor) in pritcn; th! I uaranlce. My aim hall lie at nil timet to tupply every v.inl in my line. My Mock ol IIAKDWAKl'. nnd l'Ol"K.K'l CL'll.hKY con.i.H of the Mandard hrand of Kurntie and America I handle the eeleliratcd Lexiiieton I'atent riour. iin.rinne anu noimenuare. anil a cointi cte line ol (.lirar anil 1 nlisceo. u Implement., &c. l!flieing I can make it to ymr SPRING WAIL PAPER km DEGORATIOflS From 1011 to 150 percent cheaper than ever liclorc knnivu in Central W 11 lu.v sli.tde to suit nil coilihin.ilion of Wall I'.iper I. infest stock to select fr mi at C OIIMIDW I'irl in, Ky I'.iint, Oil, V.iriiilies and IViintcr.' Supplie, Wmdon Ol is, etc PIANOS ANU OltCANS: Aifcntu for John Clmrcli .V lo Mimical Mcreh.iti.IUc A. E. GXBBOKTS. DA.N"KT)ar.E, KV. Ho lKIQFlL,iliJ 0 9 . MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving Eis SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give hiai a Trial. A. Mb PEMNY, 5c DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. I'll) "ician prev riptnus .1. urately c unpouinled. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. I"cr drought f thu market l'nre loner th.m the InwcM. Vati.hct t lock and Jewelry Ke. . p ired on h rt noli, c and warranted BUGGIES, amine. FnrmlnL inlerct I H.l 11 thatc of imir pntmnaite. Kespecifutl), J.I!. lUCKKK. OPENING! () CARRIAGES! Road Carts and Spring Wagons, have ever had, embracing over stock consist! largely of the better very best vehicles made for the before making your selections. a stock in Stanford. WEAKEN", PROPRIETOR. STORE I I'liDl', VK m n S & Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, the best assortment we Different styles and prices. Our grades, and includes some of the trade. Come and see our goods You will be astonished to see such GEO. B. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, SEW FURNITURE MACK mmt 4LJEL." ' Will keep constant '.y on hand a lae and select In 5 ,: I urniture anuj Undertaker's Gooii. triy pricaa willbe as low as ..ch goods can bo bought in the cities. Glvo iua a trial ana yo 1 . j convinced that-I sell 1 jwer ili.i tno lowest.