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OOflmtxftLi lnmmunuuumiHL Btanfohd, Ky., April 0, 1804 E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Huv your nchool books nnd school supplier ol all kimlH at A. 11. Penny's. Watched, clockH nnil jowolry repaired nnl warranted. EngrAvlng n specialty, at A. 1!. I'eiiny'B. TiiiclnrcvHtHtock o( Dnnjfl, Medicines, Perfumery, Idnm nud Wnll Paper at A. It. Penny's. Prescription a PERSONAL POINTS. Thomas Koiieiitb, of Pulaski, WftH in own Wedneddny. P. M. McKoiiKiiw, Ktq., went to yeBturday to attend court. Mn. James II.Oaktkii, ol Hnlls Gap, ontlnuea very ill with thn grip. Ciiaklks l(iN.NKii, of San Kriuialneo, ifl vleilinu his Bbter, Mm. It. Ziinmer. Dit. LS. Dyk nd Wilford Dye, of Mid dloburg, wero in to see ub Wednemlny. Mn. K. 8. Uowi.ani, ol Danville, Is hero thlit week taking orders for clothing right nnd left. Mks. Ki F. Otvkss mid Mini Cllenn lllbh took tlit trnin yesterday to travel for their health. A. H. Habtin whh here yesterday havo Borne limning postum printed for his etoro at Crab Orchard. Mimks Jksnik asi Maiuk Wahhkn joined n party of Danville friends and wont o Islington yesterday. Mim Mamik Mooiik, of loulsrillo, arrived yesterday to the gratification of many friends niado during her Inst utay Mhmkh Nan.su 1'i.bahant and Luln Sluurt, oi Orab Orchard, are tho gueHtH of Miss AnnieTraylorat Duddernr'n mill. Mus. T. A. Kick went to Inilsvllle Wediupday to remain with hur who ih train diapntol.ur there. Mit. It. W. Fiiancis, of Klirahftthtowii, la acting depot agent hero while J. b ltlco has gono with hit wife to California. Mim Kva llucitASAN, of Crnh Orchard, stopped oir willi MIw LVslo lUiroh on her return from Ixmlsvillo ond is now htr guest. Mmiw 0. K. Tatk, T. W. Jones, S V. Menefee, W. 11. Shnnki and It. M. Nonfood will go to tho oratorical contest at Lexington to day. Mns. ItonicitT McAubtkr, of Jeen-mine, is visiting Mm. J. E. Farris and Mrs. W. 11. Murphy. Tho latter was not ho well yest rday. Mn.T. iI.auxkm, of Louisville, , 1ipb routed the. house now occupied by O. L. Pjnriy and will occupy It witli his family as soon an Mr. Penny moves to his mv home. KniToit 1 1. K. Woolkolk, of Danville, wis hero Tuewlay afternoon exntnlnlng 0 ir water plant and grow bo green with narv that ho failed to call at thin oillce. It aiwaja make a Danville man ashamed of himself to comu to tho enterprising city of Stanford. CITY AND VICINITY. Giv your trade to Danks, the Jow- eler. 1 Dkautifui. gold watches at Danks', the jeweler. Five, 0, 7 and S-step ladders at W. H. Higgins'. Wall Pa I'M. What's the matter with A. K. Gibbon, Danville. " . Tiik weather waa rather raw yesterday naln, hut it will likely bo fair and warmer to-day. Thkbi: cood draft horses, six-year-old and weinhiiiK nbout 1,-100 pounds, for ealo or trade. HipKina & Watta. , I.stkndino pun hasers can find no larger variety of K'oods or lnwor prices than at Danka', tho jeweler. ' Tiik people will bo glad to hear that county taxis have been reduced 0 cents on tho $100 nnd 125 rente on the poll. ii1 Ir you hHVii't paid your 1S92 account at McKinuoy Ilros.', please do bo at once. Wo must have our business settled up. m 9 1 "" Tiik first of Manufacturer Hujsh Sear-Kent's Lincoln Twist tobacco whs put on tio moiket hero yesterday and lboa who havo uewl it, nay It is A, No. 1. IT- Tub horeo show at ilustonvillo has been postponed from to-morrow, Saturday, until Saturdaj wook, tho 14th. This will Rive owners a hotter chanco to jet their horses in trim. Wi: havo juBt received anothor lot of sample ahoea and slippers, button and lace, black, tan nnd colored, worth $. and 51; will bftaold at 51.03 Sizes 2 to 5, A. 11. O. D. K. & K. K. lasts. B. F. JoncB tfc Son. Wiiilx burning eomo trash in hisurat yesterday, sparks flow from tho chimney and set tho roof of Mr. M. K. Klkin's aflro in several places. Ho happened to bo at homo thoiiKh, and with hia BprinkliiiK hoso, Boon extintsulsheil tho llaruoa. Tho lira rompany was not uallcd out. . m m The inter colleniato oratorical contest will bo held in tho LexliiKton Opera Houeo A special train will run from Dauvilio. Centre College will bo represented by Casey M. Owsloy, subject "What is your Li fa" and Central by W. M. Jackson, Hubject "Fanatics and Fauaticlsm." Shed sweet potatoes and oats at W. II. Higglns.' . Fmhvkr crocks, all bIzcb and cheap at McKinney ic Hocker'B ' m m Mim. Ennin Coolkv will begin a select Ht'liool at tho Sauflty school Iioiiho next Monday. Wk nro IraderB in footwear; can eavo you from 25 to :i3 per cent, from regu lar prices. It. F. Jons & Son. m A K Giiiiionh Dun yille, being a jobber, can furnish your Wall pnperaud PaintB cheaper than any Iiouho In title eectiou nf tin ponntrv. ' Tiik old bany hoy of Mr and Mrs. Win Phillips died Wednesday night and will be interred to-day in tho D.iid Myers family burying uruuud Wantkd UjO.OOO lbs. of wool. Top prices guaranteed. On II on mo at or John Film at Uustonville, or J. M. Durham at Middloburg. F. M. Ware. "Katie Dean, tho Itag Picker," in the person of Miss Kinina Morse, will boat tho Opera House, Saturday night, 7th. Ho suro and see her and tho other excellent characters. Admission 15, 25 and 35c. TuniVKS made a hole in Mr S. K Owsley's brick meat houoO Monday Highland stole 700 or h(J0 pounds of bacon. Ho ban his suspicions as to who are tho null ty parties and ho was hero Wednesday to awear out search warrants. A I.MK1K number of answers havobcon sent in to Mr. John Iitiuht's conundrum "Why is lireckinndgo like a family horse?" lint none of them aro exautiy correct. The unswer is, "Hi cause ho Ib ho easily msnngod by the women." Tiik Wt P.ndetR have tiled their notice of ooiitst of the prohibition election. See it in another column. Ono good prohibitiouitt told us that tho old set will have to dm out before they will let upon their ik'ht against tho liquor tratllc. The contest will be heard on tho SOlh. Fit an K Diiyk, the negro who was lined f 10 and coots for gaming on Sunday, was put to work by Marshal New land Wednesday, but he soon gave him the slip aud tins not since been heard of. If ho will continue to make himself conspicuous for his absence, there will bo no cause for complaint. Mn. Joe Copra y has given up tho hotel. His contract with Farris it Hardin, tho owners, was to pay them $ 1,000 a year for it provided the saloon system was not nholiahcd and if it was he could leave provided satisfactory terms could not bo agreed upon. Ho aud family will occupy the John Mcltoberta house, the Methodist church. Asflia.NMKNT. Mr, A. A. Warren, tho grocer, has made an assignment to J. Ii. Paxton, Esq , for the benefit of his creditors. His liabilities aro about fl.'JOO and his woods Invoice nearly as much. Mrs. M. J. Miller and Hon. John Sam Owsley aro the principal creditors for rent, Ac Hard times and difficulty in making collections are given as tho reason for the assignment. A ckow DKi) house ought to greet "Katie Dean, tho Hag Picker," at Walton's Opera House, tomorrow night, 7th. The music of tho little opera is very catchy and it is given with a vim by tho partici pants. Tho accomplished music teacher of Christian College, Mim Margaret directs tho entertainment and plas the accompauamunt, which is an earnest of ita excellence. , Frank llotair.of tho llustonviUo magisterial district, was tried before Judge Varnon yesterday for voting in the prohibition election hero and held over till circuit court in tho sum of 5100, which lie gave. Hojjue claimed that ho tried to vote at Hustonvillo in tho democratic primary, but was denied tho priviiego on tho ground that ho did not live in tuat precinct. Ho moved a short distance since aud supposed ho was still in Stanford precinct. Fiiik The residence of Mr. W. caught tiro from tho cook stove Tuesday night about 11 o'clock and tho roof was about to fall in when ho and his wife were awakened. They got out with their baby in somo difficulty and were unable to savo anything of consequence. Tho house was known as tho old Jack-man place and was situated near May-wood. Tho loss ia about 2,500 and as thero was no insurance, It is pretty tough on tho young couple. Mn. W. F. SiiKitiiMN, chief train dispatcher, started in with March determined that thero Bhould bo no overtime on tho Knoxvillo division. Such a thing had never been known before, and when Supt. W. P. Piko and ltoad Master F. M. Ansloy each told him that a box of the finest cigarq wore his If ho Bucceedcd, they though! they had a Biiro thing of not having to pay. March camo and went and not an hour'a overtlmo was claimed, and it has now boon nearly 45 days since any was allowed. Overtime, it might be well enough to explain, is tho time paid trnin men for delays in making tho schedule time. An for instance, does not get any overtime for two hours delay, but if ho is two houra and flvo minutes he gets pay for tho two houra and all the rest of tho time lost. Genuine John D. Stetson 5 00 $2.48, only ono to a customer. Jones & Pon. hat at U. F. has ings Wii are leaders in haU. Over 800 uam plo hats just received. Wo have all tho of latest stylo and shapes in both soft an stilTnnd will sell at less than manufacturer's prices. This is your chanco for a bargain. F. F. Jones it Son. tho Tiik free- lecture given by Mrs. M. W. Bender, of Chicago, at Walton'a Opera j Houao yesterday to ladies only was largely attended. Sho will deliver It at in the hall, Saturday afternoon at 2::W and Mrs. K. P. Pender will go thither to day to prepare for it. More than 100 ladies attended hero and all were greatly pleased and benefited. ' Hkad and suo where to go to buy Btuir. Onu lot of standard calicoos ''Je; Lancaster Ginghams Blill 5c; Whttunden dress ginghams 8c. Tim handsomest lot of wool dress goods ever offered at 'JO and 25c. A genuiuo Clay worsted man's suit for $8.50; a nlro lino boja' suits for 75c. One lot of soft fur lints at $1, worth f 1.50. Tho best man'B shoo over oilered at f 1.25. Money will tell. Come aud try it. Hughes it Tate. " Couht or Levy. Just n quorum ol tho 10 maglHtrateH in the county met with tho judge Tuesday to fix tho : ty levy: T. S. Rlankership, J. T. Hrown, L. H. Adams, Win. Leach, Georgo W. Young, W. L. Dawson, 12. 13. Caldwell, Jr., W. P. GrlineH and W. A. Coiley. Tho levy was fixed at 18j cents, a reduc tion of 0 cents on tho $ 100 and tho pol tax al Jl Qr which is 25 cents less than InstyiMr Squires Caldwell and Hrown were ecpointed a committee lo let tho bridce over tho Cincinnati Southern at King ville, not to cost over 5150. Two old women, Mrs. Adams and Mrd. Htr J ns, were allowed J50 each for maintenance r during their stay hereafter Dr. Price, of Philadelphia, operates on them for an abdominal trouble. On motion, John Sam Owsley, Jr., was allowed 5125 a year in addition to his salary and fees for Commomwealth's attorney, provided tho other counties of tho district do likewise. Tho court then adjourned. MATRIMOmAUMAnEnS. Stevens French Hoge, son of O. E. Hoge, cashier of the State National Bank at Frankfort, is shortly to marry MUs a May Fulton Wright, of Littlo Kock, Ark. Miss Dollio Higbee, late society editor of tho Courier-Journal and the authoress of "In God's Country," was mar-nod in Louisville yesterday to Win. Gip-pert, a music dealer of Atlanta. Howard II. Gratr, editor of the Kentucky Gazette, and Miss Sallio Lewis Vaughau, daughter of Capt. James A. Vaughan, formerly of Lexington, will bo married next Tuesday. Mr. Gratz is not as young as ho used to be, but young enough to bo a very spry widower. May he nnd his bo very happy. CHURCMFFAIRS. Tho meeting at Walnut Flat has had about GO confessions. Kev. It. II. Watkins will preach at Sauliey next Saturday night, Sunday at 11 and Sunday night. "Undo Joo" Hopper is holding a meeting in Paris. Ilia mooting at iiad 20 additions. Tho Presbytorian church of Midway will Bend Rev. J. W. Moore, of X. C, as a missionary to Japan. Kov. W. J. Holtzclaw, reported Sunday on tho occasion of his second anni versary as pastor of iho Walnut Street Baptist chit.ch, Owensboro, that when ho began there was 211 members. Thero was an increase of 00 tho first year aud 1 10 last, thus doubling tho membership in tho two yeare ho has been there. Inquirer. Elder W. E. Crabtreo of tho Chest- nut Street Christiau church, Lexington preached a sermon Sunday on tho Bin of hypocricy, in order to give Ureckinndge a dig. Tho number of hypocrites, ho de clared, is few compared to tho number of good men in tho church. Occasionally a superintendent like Mc Kano is exposed to tho contempt of those in and out of tho church, nud occasionally a Breckinridge, who will go to a female seminary, make an address to the graduating young ladles, holding up to them the purity of life aa tho trait mor t admired in womanhood, aud in n fow days afterward have a suit full of humiliating charges brought against him. "A citizen who will vote to return such a man to tho councils of tho nation will not only bo condoning his acknowledged sin," said the preacher, "but will hold up to tho young men of our country such a life, not ouly unreproved, hut a8 being honorable. God will judge." Tho records of tho Masonic Widow bj and Orphans' Home, in Louisville, show that Horatio, John, and Hoso N. Pollard, child reu of John D. Pollard, were admit-to 1 to tho Homo in 1S77 upon recommendation of Crab Orchard Lodge, No. 132. These records establish tho fact that Madelino Pollard'a father was n Mason, or his children would never havo been admitted to tho Home. Mrs. Jane Belmont, of Masou coun ty, celebrated her 103 birthday Friday She haB been grandmother to 57 children, 31 of of whom aro now living. Sho now baa 17 great-grand children and nine great-great-grandchildren. Commander O. F. Hoyerman haa been found guilty of negligonco and resulting in the wreck of tho and has been sentenced to I two years' suspension. The Illustrated Kentuckian for April the usuil quota of pretty girls. In addition there aro two excellent engrav of the new Methodist Kpiscopa! church, South, at Danville, with a history its pioneer founders, and half tone cuts of Kevs. E. Ii. Pearco t.nd W. F. Taylor, its last two pastors. It ia an un-usually interesting number. On May 1, paper will come out in a new spring dress, to celebrate its third anniversary. no size win unreduced anu lour more pages added to its contents. It will bo beautifully illustrated, aud will contain artidep, botli prose and poetry, by of State and National reputation. Wrinkles, and hollow cheeks, and dull, sunken eyes, don't always mean that a woman's old. Half the time, they only show Hint hIhi'h overworked or Buttering To such women, to every woman who is tired or jjiilicted, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription safely and certainly britiH back health and strength. It's a legitimate medicine that corrects and cures; a tonic that invigorates and builds up; a nervine that soothes and strengthens. For all the derangements, irregularities and weeknees peculiar to women, it is tho only guaranteed remedy. If it docn't benefit or cure, you have your money back. It won't do to experiment with Ca tarrh, There's tho constant danger of driving it to tho lungs. You can have a perfect and permanent cito with Dr. Suko'h Ciitarrh Uemedv. NEW ADVEltTJSKMKNTS. NOTICE. Notice U hctebjr Riven that we, the undersigned contciunti. have Ihli dav hied in tho clerk's of fice of the Lincoln County C urt a written settlnc forth the groun.li of n contcit of the election which i held In the lluitonville Magisterial District on the ith day of Marcb, 1891, to take tho sense of the If gal voters of said district upon the question of prohibiting the sale of spirituous, wmmi and milt liquors therein. Witness our hands this April 4, 18 14. W Held, I. II Adims, T L r. V. G. Cowan, George A Tucker, C C VaoArsdale, SI vari. I w. eo 11, V M Yov.ell, Ueo V Ktfle, !r., And others, Contestants. AS ASSICNEEOF A. A. "WARREN, I offer tor sale privately his WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, Ke , on reasonable tirro and terms. The stock has been cleared of all damaged cooJs, Is in First-Class Condition id IoGAted In one of tho mott desirable stands In the elty. The agency ol the daily papers will be tiansfcrrcd to purcliasesr of stock and sa source of cnmldcrablo revenue. J H. l'AXTON, 11 Assignee. The Myers House, I. W. GHEEN. Propnetoi. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. I am still running this well-known Hotel and will continue to give my guests thu politest attention as well as the best the market affords. Special Attention to the Traveling Public. Whtn you want a first-class turnout come to mj LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit, the hard times. Call or leave o.der at the Mjcrs House Utlce JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEACEIt YEAGER & YEAGER, UVlin, FEED AUD MM STABLE, Special Ilites to Commercial Men. STANFOKD, E.Y. II you nwJ livery glvo us a call. Nothing but first clats turnouts will leave our stable, bee ns lor rate. In our HARNESS SHOP You will find a K)d assortment of Haines, Sajdlfs,c. Havo our ivpsiriiig done by our man he understands his buuue Wc have a mechanic in our BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantro first-class work and satisfactory jirnfs 1 it oir horse snoer. Amenta for Deer.ug Machines, the lightest diaft machine on rarth. The Kelecantly bred Trotting Stallion, Onward -:- Messenger. Standard Hrd by Charles Dunn. SIKKD BY ONWARD tHIKF 4495. lty OuwarJ 1411, record i 5, sire ol 49 In the 7 30 list, also 17 producing ions and 16 produc ins daughters. 1st dim Lady Messenger, by Hutch'csoa's Chief 12410. and dam Fliia Jane, the dim of Mrud Messenger, 3 i64 Merit 1 37, by Gentle Ureeze 3456, siro of Pearl, a 30, Ac 3rd dam Kitty Itivers, dam of Ilcrtie Ctrl, 2 37, by Abdatlah n, lira of Almont, Hclmont &c 4t dam by Ked Jacket, sire ot the dam of Kentucky Wilkes j 3i. Madison '.Vilkcs 3 28M ana of lted Wilkes, So bo, a 17K, Lime Wllkea.a ais4 &c. Uay horse, Heavy mano and tail, with sue, style and finish, and representing some of the best trot-tine families In the whole country, Should make a grot stock horse. Will mike a rhort season at our stable 2 miles west of Stanfor I, at $10 To Insure A' Mare In Foal. J. A. & S.T. HRRIS, Stanford, Ky. " CHILD-BIRTH ' MADE EASY! " Mothers' Friend " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown i(S MOTHERS' FR5END" WILL DO all that is claimed for It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to-Life of Mother and Child. Book to "Mothers "mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Isnt by eipress on receipt of price It.tO per otUa BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. fl. SOLS BY ALL PUUQaiSTa. HUGHES Gre iPWSHISP & TATE, WEEK. ' fna r at ffitraetions THIS Dress Goods, Trimmings, White Goods, Laces and Embroideries, to please the thousands in search of Spring Goods. s3y"Shoe stock in finer shape than ever known and at lower prices. The $i, $1.25 and $2 Gents' Shoe ever offered. As good a Dongola Shoe for ladies as ever offered at Si. 50; ladies' square toed button lace and cloth top French Kid hhoes at prices from $2 to $3 50. Wc still hoi J the market down on Ginghams. Our Zephyr Ginghams were 25c, now 15c and running down to 5c. Gentlemen and Boys: Don't buy your Spring Suits until you sec us. We are in the lead. Men's Suits $3.50 to $15. Extra pants in all sizes and prices. We arc in condition to please the millions in style, quality and price. Don't fail to see us. HUGHES & TATE. -LARGEST AND GKIWS9 I i -OF- NE3CKWBAE Ever shown in Stanford. Also a new stock of ' Emmersen's Men's Shoes, Stribley's Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes and Oxfords in tan and blacks. SEVERANCE & SON. WALL 5 PAPER Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Varnishes, &c. KLK XOTCJH KEPiSJCRXarG BONE Before Spring Cleaning. A. 1. PElTEr"?, Druggist. WE WANT YOUR TRADE And we propose to get it by showing you the largest and finest stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry Ss Silverware In Stanford. Our FllMCIKS AME JAfWEBT And we guarantee every article we sell. DANKS, : The : Jeweler. CARPETS! I have added to my business a line of CARPET - SAMPLES, From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match without wasie.' If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it here in two days. H. J. IYIgROBERTS. 5 ; i H 1 vj s , i Sr . . -. J it .- . .Ji lil 0.- !