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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894051101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxti. WILLIAMSBURMHJTLEY Wo were COUNTY. 1J STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 11. 1894. LANCASTER, C. CARRARD COUNTY. BRODHEAO, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 21 irii Walton in our midst Tuesday. Tho Whitley county fnir will bo held three tlnys, Sept. 5, 0, 7. A vicious horse came near biting Jnck Muyfluld's finder oir Friday. KlderJ. M. Masters will preach at tho Christina church next Sunday. Woody Bros, will ulve a concert at the Christian church Friday vvetiiiiK. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meadows have returned from their Southern hridal trip and will commence house keeping onn. A severe rain and wind storm passed over thin section last Sunday evening. The new church huildinu at Watts creek was considerahly damaged. Mr. Olias. W. Metcalf, of I'inoville, has announced himself aH candidate for recieiary ui cvme, supjetv. in mu mkhwh of the democratic party. Wo wish him ' BIICCI'SH. k'1 to welcome Mr. j A Fori patch's circus came Tuesday as advertised and brought a lame crowd to towu. Kverythin passe oil tolerably quietly, except that one or two drunken men wanted to let people know they were In town and had to bo put in jail. Mr J. S. Jones was in I'inevlllo this week. Mr. A.J. Sullivan is able to bo out Rc,ain after two weeks illness. Mr. Alex Levin, of U.irbourville, wan here Saturday. Mr. Thomas U. Uss, of Florida, is here visiting his slater, Mrs. O. II. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Curd Harris. have boKiin house keeping in their new home on the Institute Hill. Mr. M V. Malum, Jr., of Garrard county, was here lastwevk. Mr. and Mrs. U.K. Myers spent Saturday and Sunday in Ml. Vernon I.st Thursday morning about daylight a young man by the mine of Hugh lVrkina shot and killed Jatm--s Hall, in the Western part of tho county. Hoth of the parties were looking for a tuikey and neither knew the other was in ll o woods. Mr. Hall was hid behind miii o brush anil making a noise like a turki y Perkins (dipped up a path and whin within 21 steps of him saw Itall move. Thinking he was tho turkey, he fhot in him. Twenty tlvo shot took his head and body, from which he died Monday evenino. 1 CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tabenaclu congregation at Tim Brooklyn are celebrating thia week tho Joth anniversary of Dr. Talnuga's pasto rate. Kv. W bitty Waldrop of Mason comity, has leased Klllott Institute, at Kirksville, for oneyeir, beginning next August. Climax. of tho now Chris Tho corner-stontian church at Hardatowu was laid Tuesday by tho local lodgo of the F. & A. Tbo ceremonies were quite Masons. e Uev. Lucien Noel will preach at tho Presbyterian chinch next Sunday. Capt. W. J. Kinnnnl, now of Lex-- ; iiigtnn, is hero for a few days. Missi Ddla HughcH is visiting friends in Louis villi-- . Squire Wm. H. Kinnaiid is back from a business trip to Loti'svillo. Mr. O. L. Williams has returned from a visit to his pnreuts nt Camphellsville. Mr. Fred Bascom, of Philadelphia, is here this week confering with the leaders of the water works proposition. All the final arrangements will bo completed while be is hero hihI it is believed that work will he begun very soon. Tho park was filled with hulks Wednesday evening, attracted by tho open air concert by the band. Another con-cwill be given next Wednesday evening. Two uniformed policemen are stationed at the park gatesaud no objectionable characters are admitted. Nearly all of tho studeiita of Garrard college will goto Nieholaevillo tomorrow, Friday, to attend tho declamatory contest. The college boys, under direction of Mr. Lewis Walker, have learned a college "yell" that would lift the roof oil' and ordinary hall, and should (iarrard college win in tho contest they will make life miserable to the defeated. Col. John Cowan, of Chattanooga, and bis brother, Dr. Cowan, of Danville, were in our town Wednesday. Dr. Cowi an was hero to see a patient, while the colonel's visit was to see his old friend and comrade, Gen. Laudram. Col. Cowan commanded the 1'Jth Kentucky Infantry at tho siege of Vicksburg, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson and Sabino Tiie reports of Gen. Lundram as brigade and division commander speak of Col. Cowan in tho highest terms. After the war he returned to bis home at Danville, and represented Boyle county in tho Legislature. His first wife was a dargbter of Hon. Simeon II. Anderson, of Garrard county, who was an eminent lawyer and a member of CongreM. He married h's (wood wife at Vicksbuig, Miss. Get'. Lundram was delighted to meet the colonel, whom lie has seen only once or twice since tho war, and it was pleasant and instructive to hear him talk over the old times when the uoom of the cannon and the crack of the rillu told of the struggles between the brave men of the North and the gallant armies of the rt Cross-Itoad- s. impressive John Pancake, who died at South Cbarleston, 0., Tuesday, built a :i,()00 church 10 years ago and ban supported it since, Ho never failed in that time to worship in it every day. Uev. P. T. Hale, of Birmingham, Ala., has been holding a meeting in the First church, Richmond, Va. Fifty-on- e received for baptism and havH b-there are others to follow. Tho Statu Baptist Association will meet in Carlisle May 31, representing 100,000 white llaptiat of Kentucky, and will contain among its delegates tbo most prominent and ablest ministers of that denomination In the State. Dr. Thomas; C. Varnan The . has just celebrated tbo 50th anniversary of his rectorship of St. Mary's Kpiseopal church, Philadelphia. When ho became rector of tho parish it was in the straggling village of Hamilton, and tho church was surrounded by farms. It is now in tho heart of tho city of Philadelphia. en Uev. J. M, Hruce has been President of Liberty College for tho en suing year. Mr. Bruce has demonstrated bis litnees for tho position he occupies by building up a magnificent patronage for tlio collego in the short space of one year. That ho and his estimable lady will successfully continue tho great work so auspiciously begun, goes without saying. Glasgow Times. Thero is now some talk that in the event oi Breckinridge's nomination, the Uav. John S. Sweeney, of Paris, tho no ted Christiau minister, will bo put up nJaitiHt him. Mr. Sweeney is a man of stainless character, a matchless debator ami enjoys a wide popularity. Ilia brother 'AwU, who fa also a preacher, and for some time a politician, is Becking the republican nomination in an Indiana district. edu-catiou- Pension Agent Matt. Adams want9 the pensioners of the country to know that thoy may not receive their pensions as promptly this quarter as formerly. 0 Maj. Adams has to Bign all of the having no clerk to porsions himself, assist him, and if thero is any delay it will ho because of this. Tbo State of Minnesota is in a flourishing financial condition. The board of investment ordered thejState treasurer State bonds, to buy JSOO.OOO Tennessee. could be secured on but only $ 350,000 taken. the market. These have been $30,-00- Preaching at ttm Ihptist church From tbo circus at Lexington Saturnext Saturday at 11 o'clouk and Sunday day, I jumped to the circus nt Williamsnight, burg Tuesday and spent another day Thero will bo a wedding in our town taking in the sights and a shekel or two in a short time, but I am not permitted now and then. I told you in our last Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank to tell. Mr. Louis L. Hall, of Baker City, that Mr. Breckinridge's show was a good them vety much. I don't know a bettor way to get your trade than Oregon, came to Brodhead hoiuo ten one and now I cau tell you the eame of to get days since, and reports say that he camo Mr. Forepaugh. An immense crowd gathered nt WH- -, after a wife, hut it is a little hard to tell liamsburg to see the show and following which one of our young ladies he will For you to select from. my established custom of being where carry hack with him. two or three are gattiered together I Mr. J. X. Grillin, of Maretsburg, baa been visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. J. made this no exception. Money is monPike. Sister Martha Albright bus been strous tcarce everywhere and hard times nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice on the sick list a few days, but is conva- is the cry from tho four corners of the, A My prices are tempting, Come this week if you globe, but notwithstanding all this I Cream Freezers. lescing. Mrs. J. W. Tate is visiting her found a good many who wanted the i want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. mother at Berea this week. There will be a public entertainment "cheapest and hot" as well as a respect-W. JC XjwJLX-tlllat the Albright Hall on the night of tho ably large number who were rendy and Wil25th. It has been gotten up by Mrs. waiting to renew for another year. Mattie Carter's school for the bom fit of liamsburg, with a population of 1,000 or the Baptist church at this place and the 1,500, has only three papers, enough for admission feo will bo quite small. Wo a town just three times the size. They hope every ono who can will attend, for all get along though and as is said of tho our church is neediug some repairs very omnibus, there seems to bo always room for one more. much. Williamsburg is not growing as fast ob Tho Uev. W. G. Copps and his new some towns and there are some who wife paid Brodhead a visit this week. Miss Dollie Turpiu has gone to Berea to think she is about grown while others visit rtlatives and she proposes to change claim to bo sincere iu the belief that the her namo before sho goes again. J. W. place will somo day be one of the cities Feltner, of London, J. L. Carson, of For- you read about. There is an ellort on est City, X. O , nndA.C. Wilson, of Ir- tho part of many of the good people to vine, are all in our town and have been mako Williamsburg an educational ceu-te- r We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will and to this end the best people are for a few weeks selling the Davis sewing working. The Baptists already have a machine. C3-003magnificent building and a nourishing FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. school and the academy, with about 100 Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. Yearling short horn bull for sale. J. pupils, is also in a prosperous condition. S. () .vsley, Sr., S'.anford. The public schools of tho town and W. W. McKit'nck sold his crop of county are also good and if the children of Whitley don't get a pretty fair educawool to I Muck Bruce nt Joe. Muck Brurf Mas received about 20,- - tion it will be a fault ot their own. The Bection around Williamsburg used 000 pounds of woj! bought nt 11 to 15c. The greater b e owner on earth is a to abound with saw mills but owing to Mr. Hnrhifou. of California, who owns tho present dull times, together with tho J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. scarcity of timber, a great many of them 0,000 hi vert. 23d, 1894. The grain crop In the Sn Joaquin have closed down. The circus, as I Baid above, was good; Valley is almost a total f ulure ami much Full corps otCoruervatory and Normal School teacher, superior course! in Literature, Muilc too no doubt tho biggest one that ever An. Kxcellent boarding department. Catalogues nnd beln'v the average is the .Sncrametito. furnished on application. s'.retched it tents at tlmt place. The The Cyuthiaua Democrat says that dogs have killed over a thousand dol- menagerie was splendid and many new lars' worth of sheep in ihirMou county features were introduced in the circus-Tnriding hardly cime up to the averthis spring. F. L. Bennett lias sold his straw- age, but it seems that that portiou of the berry farm on Fern Creek, about eight circus is gradually wearing out. Splen VOR- miles from Louisulle, containing about did order whs preserved throughout and 200 acres, to It II. Moskius, for $10,000. for a prohibition town comparatively The tobacco crop in Christian coun- few druuken men were seen. ."south. From Williamsburg I went to East ty is very forward tins year. A number Bernstadl and thence to Altamout; two of farmers here tiave set their plants. HUSTONVILLE. This is unusually early in the season for milling towns and two very dull ones at New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. present. The former seems to be gradAlbert Uliurrh, ol .MrksMiry, was tobacco planting. in town Monday last. J. E Hutcheson has a cow for which ually dying, and when I arrived there at Mrs. Wm. Xorth, of Mt. Salem, re' he paid 625 three years ago. Her off- the solemn hour of midnight I was of turned home last Friday. springs now number eight head of cattle the opinion that it had already gone the The best inside wall finish; cold water process. Lizzie Thomson, of Lancaster, and Mr. Hutchcsou has been otlered $45 way of all good. A little life sprung up Miss PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains with the dawn of day, however, and I (or the old cow. Georgetown Times. was visiting Miss Mattie Powell. Closest prices for cash. Charles Fleiscbmann, the million-air- s was reminded that the little town with a and Varnishes. The Buck Grove Society will meet FriMEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best day night, lltli, with a good programme. Cincinnati thoroughbred owner, bra big name was not dead but sleeping. Altamout, Col. Ca9h Crooke's town, is drugs and chemicals. Burdett Powell got his leg badly hurt otlered Eugene Leigh $25,000 for Hand-spuGive us a call. W. B. McRoderts. holding her own a little better. The the other day white training a young the crack filly that ran a dead heat in the Pepper Stake at Loxingtou with miners were all idle as far as digging horse. coal is concerned, but the majority were - BUY The examinations of the pupils at John Madden'a Lollie Eastln. the college have begun and will continue The Xew Harrodsburg Fair, besides either working their gardens or improvita guaranteed purses to trotters and ing their homes. Altamont promises to until it closet). Several of the young men around ptcere, will open a stake for saddle mares be a far better town when the railroad town were invited to the hop to be given and geldings of any age, to close June between Manchester and that place is 1st. when it takes Jo to nominate and completed, but from the present appearat Liberty, the 11th of this mouth. There seems to be a great desire for $2 50 to start, payable the evening before. ance of things that day is far in the dim $150. and distant future. of stake guaranteed fishing this Spring. You cau see a crowd Amount At tbo circus, on the train and in every pass through town every two or three Write for entry blanks toT. M. Cardwell, towu I visited young babies were abunIvy. secretary, Harrodsburg, days. ALSOdant. They were noticeable because of It. G. Evans' promising Mr. 1. F. Steele went to tho cltj by Xorval, went a quar their beauty and excellent lungs and Tuesday. Miss Katherine Denton, ol filly Maria-ZelHyattsville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S, ter Friday in 334 seconds, the Sth in 10 with me more than anything else beseconds, driven by Everett Middleton. cause of my intense love for tho dear II. Hout, Cl this place. E. C. W. Mifra Julia Slsgg left for Someiset T. C. Prewitt sold to Farris fc Whit- little creatures in general. The best Garden Plow on the Market, from Sunday, whoro she will spend a week ley 75 barrels of corn at $2 00 at the crib. If succtssful at tbo primary, .Breckwith Miss Bertie Knocb; from there sho The aamo firm bought IS good inridge will be must be defeated in will go to Mill Springs, where she will cattle from Jen" Hill, of Lincoln, at 3r November, no matter whether hole spend a few weeks with relatives. and sold 103 bogs to J. U. Johnson at 4 j. democrat, republican or populist, Pres11. Prewitt bought US hogs at 41 to Prof. M. G. Thomson will take his W. byterian, Baptist or infidel. Louisville school fishing on Green river, Saturday. lie Advocate. Times. I think one of tho poets of towu has U. H. Bronaugh writes from Crab We do not think it possible for Coi. composed a song: Orchard as follows: I see a statement Breckinridge to be elected and believe After the fishing trip, from a Daviess county farmer, as to his his nomination will cause a rupture that Prices lower than any one. There will he many a slip, Durocsow, in three years dropping 70 will bo very costly to the democracy of Of the O. O. belle's tongue. in the last issue of pigs and raising 57, the Ashland district. Danville AdvoMr. Juno Hocker has bought a bicythe Intkkiok Jouhn'al. On the first day cle and talks of joining Coxoy's army-Bil- l cate. of May I had a gilt that dropped 12 pigs The exposure of Parnell'a double life Diuwiddie finished plaining corn and she was 10 months old that day, and last week. Mr. E. B. Powell has return- Is a registered Duroc Ho Jersoy, if she ended his political career, and he was See our Spring Stock of more necessary to the Irish cause than ed from a trip to Columbia. Frank continues to improve in numbers as she Iluiui, of Columbia, was at home Sun- grows older she will beat the Daviess Breckinridge is to the democratic party. day. Hev. H. B. Hose is going to Louis- county sow out of sight and if sho only Breckinridge should withdraw. Louisville Post. ville in a few days on a visit. Mr. James holds her own at two litterB a year for The Georgetown Times says thero is McKiuney is out again, but his eyes rethree years she will drop 72 pigs. They no disposition to persecute Col. Breckvery weak. main have only to be seen to be appreciated. inridge, but a disposition on the part of W. L. Withers, Salesman. Something over 400 amendments to manv who admire his talent, who apTo the Democracy of Lincoln. the tariiT bill were introduced in the At a meeting of the democratic com- preciate bis services in behalf of his parSenate yesterday, making it practically mittee of the Sth Congressional district, ty, and who have followedhis Hag in the the third new bill brought before that held at Lawrenceburg, April 20, it waa past, to retire him to private.life, where body by representatives of democracy ordered that county conventions be held ho will have opportunity toj, brood over since last ground hog day, and each of at the respective in each his folly and to wipe out as best he can them less democratic than its predeces- county'of the district on Saturday, May tho stain be has put upon himself and sor. Fortunately the country has at last 20, at 2 o'clock, to appoint delegates to his people. Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your The Drug-Stor- e been brought to view tho antics of the the convention to be held at Nicholas-viliGov. Brown has granted,'a pardon to philosophy of the Senate with the calm at 1 i'. m., Juno 5th, to nominate a George Alexander man who declared that an acephalous candidate for Congress. In accordance a client of chicken can not be logically respon- with this order, I hereby call a conven- upon condition that he l(Alezander) shall quit wearing tan colored shoes. sible for the senseless capers it cuts. tion to be held at Stanford, May 20, at We hail with great pleasure the gover- School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Louisville Times. 2 o'clock r. st. for the purpose named Liquors for Medical Purposes. nor as a dress reformer. Now let him Creditors of T. B. Ripy, the and trust that there will he a full attenturn his attention to the abominable fan distiller, decided to wait until K. R. Gentry, Cbmn. dance. coats. Owensboro Mestailed Congress fixes the whisky tax and the bonded period before baviug the stock of Samuel Hutchinson, of Prescott, senger. Call and see us. Cycle Club will The whisky sold. A statement shows the li- Washington, who is claimed to be the to be $009,052.42, and estimated tallest man on the Pacific coast, stands 7 meet at Lexington May 30, when six abilities G. handsome prizes wilijbe contested for. assets fSOO.l 15.22. leet 23 inchea in height. i Williamsburg, the Circus, Several along tho L. &. N., &c. Towns MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? j TIEEC IE I BIEST GtOOIDS I ! HAVE JUST RECEIVED tl. nTTPKTmP OJil. N J 1 SAVE YOU D ZMTOHSTIErZ" W .H WEAKEN & CO. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January ctr-u!a- - r e MeRoberts' Drm Store, WALL g PAFEI ALABASTI1TE I IiSjo n, Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- l, THE It COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. WE ARE IN IT. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. 1 Buggies, Carriages. Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. H. WEAHE1T. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. court-hous- es e Drugs, School Supplies, DB. S. HOCKER, Tho Druggist. Law-rencebu- rg cut-aw- ay The Best Goods for the Least Money, Blue-Gra- ss Barmim's circus gave a performance house Lioiitni.no struck tho on tho Somerset pike about 1 r. m. yes to President and Mrs. Cleveland and the terday afternoon literally tearing it to childron and Secretary and Mm. Lamont pieces. Mr John Haines and his five This is the first time anything of this May 11,1894 8tanford, children were all in the house at tho sort was ever done in America. After being buried in tho bottom of tho time and strange to say nono of thorn were tho lease bit stuuned or hurt by Ohio river for nearly flvo months, the W. P. WALTON. building. The lightning body of John 1 Owens, ono of the theshatt-re- d debris on lira in several places Louisville bridge victims, was found set tho but the rain together with the hard work floating in a good statu of preservation. Tho stockholders of tho Kentucky With us. Today, of Mr. Haines and family extinguished it to morrow and every other day is the time to call before it got under much headway. Mr. Merchants Second and Fourth National on us for your Rained' household and kitchen furni- Banks, Louisville, agreed to consolidate. damaged, but ho is Tho no bank, tho American National, department has decid- ture were badly Tub DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. proud to have como out even aa well as is to begin business Juno I'd, with n cap-Ited that it has no right to exclude the of ssoo.ooo. For County Judge JaS. WALKKR GIVKNS book containing the story of the Breck- that. i " Clerk G. II. COOPKK MATRIMOMAUrfATTERS. inridge trial from the mails, and the Took his Pistol. From Him. It wont Attorney- .... " " J 11. PAXTON " Sheriff ..T. D. NF.WLAND sluice of imstiness will bo opened afresh. do fool with show men. The night agent Mrs. Mary Gruble, it young married " " .... E. t). KhNNKDY Tho evils resultant upon the developAssessor nt )in itoimt who dtu'Hned to handle Mr. woman of Altoona, Pa , dreamed that " " G. W DK1IORD Jailer ments of this trial will be felt for years. McGo wen's baggage, when he asked him, alio saw a man killing her husband. Sho Col. Breckinridge can hardly attoneeven because ho said ho had received no fn-By announcing on postors that he in tho next world for the sius ho has ticket to Uncle Tom's Cabin, was prompt- was so shocked by tho dream that she would speak immediately after Col. committed against society and tho rising ly told the showman's opinion of him, died in a few days. Miss Mary MichenU was burled at Breckinridge was through, Hon. Kvan generation, and yet he wants his constit- when ho yanked out a pistol, but before Poughkeopsie, X. Y , on the day pet for forced him to divide time with uency Hot only to forgive, but reward he could say Jack Robinson, Mr. E. Settle her wedding, and her lover, Equitin him nt Paris, and making a virtue of n him for it. had taken the weapon from him filler, unable to stand tho Horrow of sep- In fact any thing it takes tc fit out a man, necessity, thegray haired orator introducto wear it out over hbi The boys are realizing that togfcta and threatened and crest fallen, the aration, killed himself on her grave. ed the- Owen county man very handwoman or child in wearing apparel. Cash is head. Disarmed When Charles 0. Keller, who IimiI N22II somely and bespoke for him a respectful place in the revenue service is one thing night man was like one of Whitcomb hearing, which was accorded aud in aud getting an assignment another. From Riley's characters, ho hadn't a word to been in jail for a year at Chattanooga, what it takes. Factories in the Hast need EXTRA LONG WAISTED. which he proved he is au orator worthy tho treasury department it is ascertained say. The matter was mm oeioro Ageni charged with embezzling $2,S00, stepped from tho prison door hip sweotheart, Miss that cash and we need the goods, so in consequence we have bought of anymau's effort. He confessed that he that this is tho caso all over tho country, S. Rice, who gave tho young man !50 Zerelda Webb, was there to meet him at our own prices and you shall and especially so in Kentucky, where J. also was a pDor, miserable sinner, with have the benefit of it, for we intend to may probably make it indeti-nit- and they were immediately married. there are 15 per cent, more commission- days, and passions like other mortals. Col. Breck mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwm Mrs, S. J. Kmljry tells us that Miss sell them at inridge's speech was much the same as ed officers than are on duty. The worst Rev. S. M. Logan has signified his Nannie Perrin, of Camdeu Point, Mo , his Lexington effort, except that goaded feature of it is that every lazy son of a gun who has a commission has it as a intention of accepting the pastorate of was married yesterday to Dr. Herriugdon nppeal to the by the now of the same place. Miss Perrin visited One-Havoters of the 7th to reject the confessed standing excuse for not going to work the Prenbyterian church here. It lf remains for his Presbytery in Virginia, here several years ago, and is remembersevere and earning anShonest living. adulterer and liar, he was more where he is now preaching, to take ac ed by those who were fortunate enough on tho newspapers than ever and equalThe democrats in tho Senate are mak- ion in tho matter. to meet her, ni a lady of much beauty ly as coutemptious and defiant of the ing a worse mess of the tariff bill than We will give you only a few prices to show you how the entire stock aud many accomplishments. preachers, who have asserted their opNEWSY NOTES. was even expected. After speaking on a Near Jacksonville, 0., William Craw- runs this week: Apron check ginghams yard wide brown cotposition to him. It is said that he is bill practically n now one from tho WilPeyton N. Clark was elected presi- ford went to tho homo of his sweetheart, ton ,c, Tryons AAA S extra heavy 5c, Infant's Oxfords 25c, worth stronger in Bourbon than in any county son bill ndopted by tho House, a dent of the Louisville Commercial Club. Miss Jessie Lawrey and asked her to double the money. Ladies' all solid leather Oxford black with pntcnt of the district, so it is not a surprise that has now come forward with over Fire fit Lexington destroyed the to- walk with him. She assented and a few his speech was applauded to the echo. 400 amendments to the amended bill. bacco warehouse of N. Quisinberry A momenta afterwards was dying from the leather tip will go for this week only at 50c. All other shoes are The opposition to his nomination apellfcts of a pistol phot in the handH of Voting on these have begun, the first Co. Loss $15,000 pears to be growing, however, and it is Crawford The murderer then blew Ids changing the time for the bill to go into Jealousv was the Mr. George K. Duckworth, one of own brains out. not likely that he can force that kind of 1 to June SO being tho lending meii of Cincinnati, died theio j cause a vindication. His friends ought to see effect from June the trend of matters and advise him for adopted. Tho people are not going to Tuesday evening. The value of the buildings produced of the in the United Tho National convention his own good wud the good of tho party submit much longer to such an abuse of Statet last year was their patience. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers is that he should withdraw from the less than that of 1S02. Tiik man who could jest on such a in session at St. Paul. If he Bucceed in getting the Tho entries to Harrodsburg trots marked down in proportion. Men's suits from S3 50 up. Ladies ! Two of his sons killed Bud Hixon close May 1st. Five dollars nominate. call independent or a straight solemn subject would go into cachinna- nomination, an and look at our line of Carpets, Mattings, and Oil cloth. We republican will defeat him in the final tions at his funeral. Lis- in Tennessee, for tolling that they were Write to T. M. Cardwell, secretaiy, for can sell you a matting worth 35c for 20c. Carpets 15 cents per yard distillery. election, notwithstanding the tremen ten to tho l man: The running an illicit entry blanks. -- A four years' drouth in Zipata counand upwards. dous democratic majority. sensational news comes by telegraph that the republicans have elected the ty, Texas, has reduced the people to The canvass in the 7th district has al- mayor of Evanston, Wyoming. We have starvation, aud they ask for food. ready reached sheolic heat aud will in a vague impression On the strength of a prophecy of an Wh.n naby that the republicans trail rick, wo gave hT CattorK crease in caloric till the nomination is carried some other town, somers earthquake, the people of many Greek When 1J10 vt n a Child, ho cried for CAstorU. made. W. C. Owens opened at Frankthis year, but we are not quite sure district deserted their homes and tied to When Rm becomo 3Hm, h clung to Cnstoriv fort Monday, when he spoke to a large where tho pesky place is or what the hills. When i.hc had Children. she CaAtoria, audience, making no reference to his opThe State National Bank at Wichiinout be. ponent directly, but once or twice dis ta, Kansas, has suspended, leaving a A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor dainfully referring to "stainless honor." Fn i en i)s of Judge M. J. Durham are large number of depositors in a bad finIt is not likely that Owens and Breckin- suggesting him as a happy solution of ancial condition. T. D. RANKY,;Managcr. ridge will meet on the stump. There is tho Congressional question in the 7th. NEW ADVF.BTISKMENTS. It is charged that the employes of a deadly enmity between them of sev- The judge has served his party and his tho Northern Pacific aro allowing the i;8J. eral years standing. The Owensboro country well, and although ho ha9 re- commonwealers to ride in freight cais fp CZSp v i&Ir Messenger says that once in a crowd the tired from politics, might answer a call without molestation. HEPORT OP THE CONDITION Scott man denounced the Ashland Con to again become a public officer. His A Russian village of Vohynia caught gressman as an "unmitigated liar," and friends in this district would be glad to fire aud the people moved their ell'ects THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, tM AT STANFORD, asked that the remark be conveyed to see him in the fight once more. open air, whence they were car- In the State of Kentucky, at the dote of business into the him, which was accordingly done. It ried away by a cyclone. May 4. 1894. What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Tiik decision of the South Carolina suwould seom from recent developments Mr. Henry Watterson, who is now RESOURCES. premo court that the dispensary law is Horse Store of and sworn testimony that that William on the Pacific Coast on a lecture tour, $169,411 81 was on to the other William some time unconstitutional has Jjeeu followed by has been elected president of tho West- I.oant and discount Overdraft, tecurcd and unsecured before the rest of us caught on, and that another declaring that absolute prohibi- ern Society of New York. 3.9 53 V. S. llondi to secure Circulation ...... 50,000 00 is a man of much anagosity and gen- tion must prevail in the State, as there he Tho supreme court of South Caroli- Stocks, securities, claim, etc....... M.J9 M eral understanding in his neighborhood. is still in force a law forbidding the sale na decides that there is no authority furniture and fixture, o.tjo cr of liquors. The whisky men began to Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too. from National 3,9;i vested in any power uudor tho law to Due from State HanksHanks lUnkcrs...... 1&S CO Due and His newspaper friends, and they in- halloo before they got out of the woods. grant liquor licenses in the State. Due from appruvcl reserve agents CA-LX- j l.W) W clude nil who know him, sympathize Mobile aud Ohio engineers have ac- Checks and other cah items M'J 78 ADDITIONAL LOCAL. deeply with Managing Editor R W. 1,17110s For almost any thing you may want. cepted a cut of S per cent, in their wa- Note ot other Vat. Hanks Goods Cheaper than Ever. Tun L. & N. scrap train, which recent- ges, agreeing that the cut shall go into Fractional paper currency, nickels and Brown, of tho Louisville Times, in the cents 8j 41 loss of his beloved father, Mr. R. R. ly passed over this division picked up 32 effect Mav S and remain in force until Specie .... 641 ;o Brown, a prominent citizen and church- cars of waste material. I.ngal tender note . Dec. 1. 3,115 00 man of Russellsville, who died Tuesday Miss Lillian A. Ashley, of Boston, Redemption fund with U. S. Trwsurar Wi: are glad to state on good authority 5 per cent, of circulation. i,ay o of asthma, aged 70. Mr. Brown did not -Hthat there are no grounds for tho report filed suit against "Lucky" Baldwin, tho have the mournful privilege of being 5y5.W $ that Hon. John D. Harris, of Madison, millionaire turfman, of Los Angelee, Total there to receive a father's dying blessCal., for $73,000 damages for alleged seMAIIII.iriKS. ing, having gone to Florida for the ben- had assigned. Capital stock duction. $,eoo oo Mr. J. B. Paxto.n has been elected efit of his health, which had been im11,900 00 who worked the Surplus fund Tho 1,741 14 paired by unremitting toil for the paper president of the board of trustees of crowd at the Breckinridge speaking at Undivided profits 44,300 00 Stanford Femalo College to fill the va- Lexington, tried it on tho Paris crowd National Hunk Notes outstanding he holds bo dear. Due to other National Hanks 3.193 37 cancy caused by tho resignation of Judge Due to State Hanks and Hankers 314 85 Mary's little lamb, whose fleece was J. W. Alcorn a very excellent selection. gathered for the same purpose, and got Individual deposits subject to check-.- .. 'Is Receiving His 79,147 54 nabbed. white as snow, ha? increased and multiCertificates of Deposit 5,00000 Policeman Frank Ball shot and prob- Time , The democratic voters of Richmond Certified checks plied, since he to school did go. In ma77 lj Davis, n Notes and bills rediscount S,io5 00 ny nations, tribes and tongues, ho great- are petitioning Gov. McCreary to call ably mortally wounded James Davis was Liabilities other than those above staled... 110 00 Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ly now abounds, till his wool clip yearly a primary election to select a postmaster painter at Middlesboro. and disorderly and had been ar- Total The republican incum- drunk two and n half billion for that city. reaches nearly J5.979 43 pounds, while his meat furnishes food bent's time does not expire till next rested, when he resisted. STATK OK KENTUCKY, Coxey's camp at Washington must Count)' of Lincoln, for millions, who get no other kixid; that April. I. lohn I Mc Robert, cithier of above named break. The district health otllcers have he should become so important, ne'er Hank, do solemnly swear that that the above stateHeretofore it was optional for mail decided it to be a nuisance and danger-ou- b ment is true to the best of mr knowledge and bo entered Mary's mind. Of all the stock clerks on railroads to take second-clas- s lief. JOHN J MckOHKR'lS. Cashier. to health. The district commissionthe farmers raise, he pays them quite mail matter, but hereafter they can not before this clay given Coxey and his followers 01 Subicribed and sworn toIIKIUtl me n. 1: 10 u, L,. W. ai. My, 694. 1, the best, bo get you some and feed them refuse. The department decides that ers have J, S. Hockkh,, 4S hours to abate the nuisance. well, and they will do the rest. I. Directors, they must accept all prepaid matter J. W. Hamjp.n-A heavy defalcation has been ATW. A Tkiiible, J offered them at the cars and forward it. in the accounts of Cashier It is said that Hon. James L. McMur-trNaotherwise known as tho "applo-jacA corresi'onub.nt at Kingsville says Thompson, of the suspended First of Sedalia, Mo., nnd he has orator of Polly's Bend," in Garrard coun- there is to be a double wedding there tional Bank ty, is pleading for the republican nomi- soon. Lightning struck a large tree near fled to escape arrest. The property of All kinds of Carriage and iluggy Tops, Dashes and Fenders nation for Congress in this district. Hia tho residence of Rev. M. A. Middleton, those who owe the bank is being attachBrown's Cultivators and a'l Farm Implements at prices to suit the REPAIRED AND RECOVERED valor is more to be admired than his dis- tearing the tree to pieces and slightly ed by tho bank examiner. After hearing Gen. Coxey, tho In cretion. It may be dulce est pro patria shocking Mrs. J. B. Martiu, who was his hard times. s style and at Satisfactory Prices, House committeo on Labor, by a vote of mori, but to ho immolated for nothing guest. JOHN H. DeNARDI, Carriage I'atutcr and Trimmer, mm 7 to 2, decided to report a resolution for seema to partake of the nature of a foolStauford Ky. Beautiful, sunshiny weather for sev- a joint investigation by a special comish if not an idiotic act. Gov. McCreary will not only skin and quarter him, but eral days and a uice rain 'yesterday has mittee of tho Senate nnd House to invesCiWB ORGHARD given tho husbandmen cause for addidissect him even to his vermiform ap tigate Coxey movement and tho depressrt? iflS tional thankfulness. Tho crops aro fair pendix. ed condition of tho country generally. ly springing into vigorous growth. "Fair, A terrific It is sent out from Middlesboro that cooler Friday," said yesterday's dis- Venezuolaon earthquake took place in Apiil 2S. Tho citfi'H of John II. Wilson will patch. Morida, La Gulnillas, Chiguara and San probably be a candidate for the republi. NOW OI'KS, Tiik Fair here is almost a certainty, a Juan, situated in tho northwest of tho can nomination for governor. To realambition and make his calling sufficient amount of stock having been republic, in tho region of tho Andes, are ize bis having been totally destroyed BUio, Mr. Wilson will Lave to make subscribed to warraut those who have reported aa Jki1) Orchard., l,y. a fierce shock aud 10,000 people friends with the head of the party in tho matter in hand in believing that the by To the I'ublic: Kentucky, Col. W. 0. Bradley, and after necessary sum will be raised. Thursince its discovery by Daniel more ago the locahti lloone Tho State Board of Equalization's ot Crabnearly a century orhas been tho Mecca o'f that ho will then be far from making his day and Friday, July 19 and L'O are tho Orcfiard firings tho grand equal- health and pleasure seokera. With its healing completed labors shows days selected. election sure. ojodIc atmosphere and o stir, ized total of all property in the State to waters, rounding. It at once affords to the enervated aud of Fleming, who Tiik fact that A. B. Robertson A Bro., be So71.2S3.802, or a raise of SlO.733,-19del ilitated a Hope and a Roll a K. Uaut, The vicinity abounds with has several times represented his county Danville, continue to use space in the over tho assessed valuation. Tho grand Painter and inspire tne Poet, scenes to charm the Every thing'you can think of in the Fine Chinaware line; Call and Sylvan wMks fortne I.over. ettbowered Drives for the weary. Ilowllnir. in tho Legislature, has been nominated Interior Journal, is proof that they aro equalized total Bhowa a decrease of examine and get prices. ltilllanl and Dancing Halls for the light hearteu, by the democrats for Congress in the getting good results from it. They are for as compared with last year, duo and Hunting to the sportsmen. Kspecial attenThe practical business men and don't invest to the collapse of Boveral Eastern Ken- tion is given the cuisine.$3 to f 15 per week. For Oth district without opposition. Terms moderate. From Mr. Paynter, will be without ample returns. Read their ad. tucky booms and the general deprecia- further information, apply to present incumbent, GUS HOFMANN, Pror. 19 and see how low good goods can be Bold. tion in the value of personal property. a caudidate for the appellate judgahip. Crab Orchard, Ky. Stanford Ky. cJemi-Weekly Interior Journal -- Ki, 6 OP 3 PAGES. EVESir PBIDAY. Cox by haa come to an inglorious end. The valiant head of the commonwealere, has, with Browne and Jones, his lieutenants, been found guilty at Washington of committing a nuisance and his army has gono to pieces. To add to his wees, his divorced wife, who secured n separation from him on the grounds of extreme cruelty, will begin proceedings against him for abducting their daughter, Miss Legal Tender. All some cranks need is plenty of rope. They then soon hang themselves. post-ollic- u toll-ga- te EVERY DAY Is Bargain Day nl I e Dress Goods, Clothing, Mc-Gow- en Shoes, Jir e. Courier-Journal- 'a of Their Original Value. .'Jc, -- com-mitt- eo $15,-000,0- con-tea- t. grand-mother- 's Courier-Journn- LOUISVILLE : STORE, me grte-thet- STA1TFOKD, SY, -"-"- sna LOST OUST tTmk-- - m I McKinney & Hocker, TIKIEIiVi: Hanklng-hous- e, J McKINNEY & HOCKER. .4.RUPLEY,- pick-pock- et 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. (, in - THE STUDEBAKER -- WAGONS -- 1 ") f die-cove- y, k 3X700? TOPS. REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, 1 First-clas- t m m per-isbed- .. GLASSWARE. anaaianb QUEENS WARE, SESOJST OF X894: CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. home-lik- 7fN& 1 $25,-715,2- PARRIS & HARDIN. LOCKEC 917, N.S. It It. 61 NSBOTH 10016. Standard ltuloC Record training. Will remain In the itud till June I'jiH-.........nt- Sired tir Stonewall Jackson, Jr , Harrl'),hy Stonewall Jackion 7i, by Washington Dmm.irk demi-Week- ly InteriorJomal Kv, -- Btankoiid, VV. May 11, 18P-- I nt,; and then g In A, L. Hutclilng'i handt for Logic's nt dam by King William 67. (Wind Hillt) by Washington Denmark, by lllack Deli-i- n a ik Hired by WnlBlngbnm 2100, Siie of Latitude, a io!j and 7 or 8 ctheri In the list. ami dam by Miller'i Denmark, by Denmark, 1 dam by Mcmnger Duroc io, ion of Hambletonlan ind aire of Elaine, t:ao, Tinsel by Imp Iledgeford the dam ol Nnrlaine, yearling record ; it dnm by (lnitnt'a Tel. crafli, by Telegraph, by a dam l!et ill's lllack Havsk, by Sherman. to lamei Howell, Jr., by Ilambletanlm to, tire of Dexter 3:17. 41I1 dam by 'Idler's Drrkiion, by Ilrinker'a 3 dam lessieSarre ..by Harry Clay 45, lire of the Uams of St. Julian, :it!, Ilodine iMq'-i- , Drennon, by Day CriKkett and 11 more that have pioduced 1:30 trutteri; alto tire of the dam ol th dam by Oliver, thoroughbred, J .cgu Isa srryaiilstalitial hone, beautiful rrd Electioneer, s.re of na ill the ijo list. (me mace and tall, which he carrlea lo'til with by Liberty, ion of I.ance, by American Eclipse. ' near to perfcct.on a a horo can Han lint 4 dan. Walilngham jiWi, 111c of Nabnth, isoteof the youngest ism of (teorge Wilket 519, record i:n, who diipoiltion, dnses nicely, and for hit handling lieu n fineiulor, Ruck, 'I tut, Walk, Canter and ilred Harry Wilkei, a:ij.(Juy Witkit, Mle Wilket, a:i5i, Wilcox, a:i6. and 61 otheri In Slow I'icc nu can ice from hn pedigree that he i a ttv 1. jo list; alio 41 prnducingaont and 19 producing daughter. Note N'aboth it a bay hone, 16 handi high, foaled June i9, t9SS. Hn podigree contain! the blood high bred laddie hone, and nun that will aire fail' y high tailed saddlers I.ugic will make the of Hambletorjlan, George Wilket, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, J r , and Harry Clay. leaion at my (arm, lour miles I ruin Dantllle, oil the Danville an J Stanford turnptle at 1 TWO GRAND SHIRE HORSES. At S25 to Insuro a Living Colt. SIO P. WALTON. lervice TO INSURE A COLT on 4 WEEKSOLD, of My two fine Saddle Stalliom, A lien iclaineit colli until payment STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM; L. at the ijwill alio low price ol SIO t) Insure a Living Colt, ittnd morgan DeiunarK. Morgan rcnmirlr It a bay tuition is' hands high. He Is splendidly l.ij.1 at n glance at lil peJfjstro will shw lie will make ttin season of Danville A. Lancaster lj4 at my liable on (he Hubble, pike, IS miles North of He is standing tosuit the hard timet See him lcfore)oubreed i'aiture at Si per i.iontb (train Will aim make Ihe present tcavoti of ltd at reasonable ratei, which mult be paid before) ptegaMly bred and lure toal getter'. tloth are Tliiiriiillilirril. Our ill astrat ions hliow this week two fpccitnciis of tho heaviest draft hoies known. Tho Shiro horhca Foinetiined woi(,'h over u ton. Both tho horses whoso portraits nro hero shown havo Ikhjii imported from England. Tho first ono was brought over in 1801 by a liorso importing firm in Minnesota. Shires aro used in Great Britain for drawing tho lingo truck needed on tho London and Liverpool docks. They seem to bo gaining favor in America blowly, but surely. They aro too largo for all but tiio heaviest haul In Tlielr Way They Are lliiuiKonio nt a rWHS&i'M &iB9K!je'rr, The Eelegnntly bred Trotting Slalhoo, -:- Onward SIRED - Messenger. Standard Ilred by Charles Dunn. Il ONWARD (.HtEK 4495. Hy Onwar J tin, rpcord 2 stre of ij In the also 17 producing sons aid 16 produc ing daughters. tst dim Lady Messenger, by Hutch nson's Chief j'j)llt, 1 7, marei ale taken awav A E HUNDLEY, Danville. Ky Two Fine Jacks nt $8 to Insure. lluifnville on Moreland A-- Stable two mllet South ot Carpenter's Station pike. Breeze : Wilkes, J. K. BAUGHMAN, Huitonvllle, Ky ?? MWistSk and dam Fllia Jane, the dam of Mtud Messenger. 2 id'4, Merit i j;, by Gentle Urecje 3456, sira of Pearl, 30, Ac 3rd dam Kitty Khers, dam of tlertie Girl, 237 by Abdallah re, sire of Alrnont, IMmont fie 4t dam by Red Jacket, sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes a ai4. Madison Wilket 3 jSH and grandam of Ited Wilkes, So , a 17$, Llrrie Wilkes, ar4, Kc. mane and tad, with size, style Hay horse, heavy and finish, and representm. someof the best trotting families in the whole country. Should make ,1 grent stock horse. Will make a short season at our stable 1 miles west of Stanforl, at 34 o. $10 To Insure A Mare In Foal. J. A. & S. T. HARRIS, Staulord, Ky. STANDARD At $10 to Insure a Living Colt Care taken to prevent aicldents but cot ieponsl standard speed ble aheutd any occur First dam Klua Jane, dam ot Maud Messenger Morgan Denmark was foaled In 169 He it by 1 ifK and Merit 1 j;) byf.cntle llreeie 1456 tire On Time, tan ot Stonewall Jackson, nt dam, Laol Pearl 1 . dy Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson, mil dam by Second ilam Kitty lllveri (dam of lUr'le Glr Vuglnlus, Jul dam by MatchlcM, 4th dam by Vlbjr. Ab',lh it lire of Alrnont, Helmont.A'c Transby Ihlrit damcy Ited Jacket (lire ol the drm o Morgan Denmark It err o' the lot bred aadd.e Red ilkei) by Comet, ton ot Shermsn n good ma ne and tail stallloona in Kentucky. Mat llreee Ikei willm.ke tie iratnn of iB.n and good, Ion, rangy neck. Don't lad to tee my place, miles from Stanluid on the Ruih . DUN II A R, him. ltranchpike, Hubble Ky Me-ga- tirvuTj. wet 1 it, King T oika j 17. Dota Martin a ' op 1 to, Mary 19. Irj icvS and mother in 1 'Iyn p list, alto sire of two ions and two daughter! that hae produced Mired by Petoskev jf.31, George Dictator STANDARD. I 386-2- . lick Stailisn ; Kialed in iS3 ', M1 i Hands High, SENTINEL 21479. Record 2:29 J. " Sired by tho Croat Dictator 113. by Alrnont 33, rrcord 3'3?. a dam by Norman 15. , oung Twyman mare. 3 dam Dictator will make the seison ot i8; at 2-- 3 to Insure a Living Colt or I dam Alice (Only 4 months' handling ) isy Almoin Sentinel ouo-i- . "ltilnm ', lj the Season. At $10 to Insure The alt-ga- aLiing Colt. Kay Haitian, nearly 16 Saddle Stallion, "WALLACE DENMARK 55, Lien rrtnucd on colt until teiian money li laid Any breeder parting with mare forfeit! Imurance CHARLEJ DUNN handi high; foaled i386; bred by George F. Keene, Shelbyllle, Ky. " Sirod by Mambrino Le Grand, Son of Washington Den mark. t LEXEL 262. The above named ttalllont will make tlit- mtlet writ ol llustoiivll.e, at my (arm Carpenter! Station. ', tenon near English : Hunter. Tr.RM Wallace Denmark 5G. Ooe all the hi ndt Ily Sumpter Denmark, he he by the race tord. dam .....Fannie Wallace No. yt, by Sir Wallace, he by Todbunter's Sir Wallace, he by $8 to a Living Colt. Sir Albert (thoroughbred J dam by Virgintus Idain of Virginlui br Tran- 1 by. (thoroughbred he by Mason's Whip, Money dne when colt li foaled or mare parted (thsroiighbrvd.) with I will alio Hand the excellent )oungJack, j dan a Whip Mare 1 training truti gaiti to perfection and without any under t t) f'lllceli and high. Denmark, Jr; he by Ooddard's Crcmwetl's Denmark, by Games horse Denmark, In by Imp. Hedge three-quarte- r! Davy CrocUtr.soii.f Denny'i Drennon.bv Imp Drennon Abdallah Messenger, lire of English Hunter, is b Mei.enger Chief, lire of Maud ilev engrr 1 114 I will itand English Hunter the teuton ot 1S04 at my liable j tullei from Shelby City, on the Knob Lick and 1 urneriville pike, Combined, Hay Stallion, 16 hands high Ilv Abdallsh MrMctigcr. Ftrit dam thtj V'm i.uik laddie mare, he by dam Iliac 1 S Ik dam J dam Same as above. , by Yellow Jacket, a great taddle horse. .by Drennon. by Highlander. Will also Hand one good JACK atS to Insuro a Living Colt. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky Ml At Insure na. sitnti: stallion. ing, but thero they nro invaluable. It is predicted that all tho horses which it will pay to raiso in America will soon divido thomsolves into two classes thoso for riding and driving and those for heavy hauling. In tho west tho lingo draft hor&o is moro used than in tho east, and in tho west and middlo belt it pays to breed him. As showing which wny tho tide travels in tho cast it may bo mentioned that at tho iast Now York horso show thero wcro no draft horses at nil on exhibition. Still it pays well to raiso them where they nro absolutely first class, with clean, strong bones as well as great bulk Tho second picture represents tho champion Shiro stallion nt tho Columbian fair. IIo is now 12 yenrs old, but 1 by Sentinel 2S0. Alrnont Sentinel 1st dam Allio Gano by Aluiont 33. 2d dnm Norma by Norman 23. linndsomc buy liore, 10 Sentinel i3 hnnds high, fine inane and tail; ts a sure foal getter. His colts are large nnd stylish nnd aro a high class of trotters and roadsters. Sentinel was formerly owned by 11. II. 0. Mitchell, of Mitchellsburg, Ky., and was owned last year by Gcorgo Afford, McKinney, Ky., "who mnde the sensonof 1S93 with him at $15 to iusuro a living colt. This excellent hore will make the season of 1894 at Middleburg, Casey county, Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will 00-34- .Mnttic, by Sliakspcnrc. 2d dnm hy Long's llninbk'toninn. 3d dnm thoroughbred. , 11 Insure a Living Colt for $12. occur. Will nUo stand a fine mule JACK at f 0 to insure a living colt. J H. ALLEN & BtfO, Middleburg, Casey County, Ky. Money due when colt comes or mare parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should nny $16 tho Intuirruico. 1 Si stems hand high lly Wallace I'emeaik 35, lie ptiliRtro ol Will ace Denmark cj ; Mag by Virtetlc by index, he b dam Wood lllack HaHk.be by Old lllack t dam j dim 4 uam Four jean old, hands j inchei high, black with white points, heav bone, kocxI stte and exlength Sired hy (,ov Keetic (iov St John's tra tit dam Polly Woods, by lulley'i Warrior; her dam an Im jennel Iheabose lintly bretl joun; lack, u hose bleod Hawk. Vhletle't in nam by Whip, line train twice to ihe K'eat Warnr tamily and ad dam CialUtin, til dam Did tiger in the noted lllack Hawk, the greilett of the Vmdri's lit dam by Mambrino Chicl 11, Carrier family with an infusion of fresh Impoi ted ad dam by Old Kay Mevngcr, jd dam blond eloe up, hat prosed a (crea breeder, both by Canum'a Whip to mares and tojeunct., wilt Hand lulia Wat ace, by Sir Wallace, he by lodhunter't Sir Wallace, ht. br Sir $8 to Albert, (thoroughbred. a Living Colt, by Vtrginiiit, he by Maiuli't Whip, Toapprasedniaret, and Jij foi jennets, without IhorourhbreJ ) a Whip Mate. distinctien at to tea of progeny II. F. POWELL. I.c.vcl 262. t, Governor St. John amp Welchmont 6367. Rysdk's Hambletonlan to, all stasdaid and with all the trotters you want on both sides, with rtcords as low as x.o$. Welchmont imparts trotting action to his colt all over. Sjveral base shown a 3 aj gait. He is lull 16 hands high, black as a crow; imparts hteh knee action, His colts make fine New York saddlers. II e Is a fine Individual and stands at Hustonvllle at my. stable at teg-lter- Son of William Welch, son of Rysdyk's Ham-bletonito, out of Pauline by Alrnont Forrest, he by Old Alrnont, he by Alexander's Abdallah, he by At Insure FIO. II SHIRT. STALLION. SIO tho Innurnnco " IT.Stock committed to my care and breeding w ill attention, (trail furnished at reatonable ratei tob paid before removal of itock No responsibility for accident! or eicapei Tart' lag with nock forfeit Imurance. J. STF.KI.K CARPKS'TKR, Hustonvllle, Ky nceive my person il Dillard ol 15;, at Cook's : Denmark. ford Thit flnel) bred stallion will make tbe tearon ipilogs, 4 14 miles Kast ot Stan- tho fact that he won tho prizo over nil competitors shows his quality. Tho colts from this stalliou nro fully up to tho mark of thogo reared abroad. Certainly thoro is uo reason why they should not bo. Tho liorso in Fig. 2 is considered by somo good judges tho nearest tho perfect type of tho Shiro brood in America. Har-rodsbur- g $10 to Insure a Living Oolt, or $5 the Season, Lower than any ether horse in Kentucky bred D. S. CARPENTER, like him. Hustonvllle, Ky -This space belongs to- Monev dut when cell is foaled, mare parted with or bred to another horse. Lien retaiucd on alt colts until leaion li paid Grass furnished mate! at Si 50 per month. Will not be responsible for accidents, should any occur Owner of Dillard Denmark was lire b Double DenWlnlicrol the Jjoo Stake at Lciington. mark, he byMoniruit 100, the greatest me ot Winner of Svirepstakc I'rcmium at t.ciicglon high clan ssddlc horse living, Montroie dewou over eseryihini; last seanon Winner of Aged Premium and Swrvpslakei at scendants was shown mostDanv lie :Dillard at when a and won second money. He has been han- Tar 1. mej very nine nut win be put in training alter a Won Second Money In J jo.) Malts at Veualllei short season and shown. First dam by Washington Denmark; Won Third Money In (400 Stakci, at Nicholaa-vlllSecond dam by liihn DllUrd; 1 Third dam by Gray Kagle thoroughbred Won Fourth Money in $j-Stakeiat Stanford. Double Denmark by Washington Denmark; ad dam by Shrupshiie's Tom Hal Won the $100 Consolation Purse at Danville. Dillard Denmark is a beautilul ilntk orrrl yf And others, hands high He hasprnten hi in sell a breeder ol Eagle llird is a bcautilul brown with small itar, targe, handsome movers Ihis ii n fine horse over 16 hands high, has llnvmjt mane and if he had no pedigrsc; but wc do not Militate itandi : to say that he is one ot if nut Ihe bel bred heavy tail. saddle horses in the Illrd wai ilred by the great King Eagle, Eisjle Saddle and combined hones handled at reasonable rales, wlnne r of mire than 40 lllue Ties. J.K.COOK, Rowland, Ky Eint dam by Star Ealc, ion of Cabbell't Lex-- i Detail ; and dam by Hamlet Denmark, aoa of Washington Denmark, 3rd dam by Harris' Den Will make the season of 8.4 at W. W Hays' mark, ion of Miller'i Denmark. ii; miles West ol Stanford on the Stanford .V Hus- - Denmark Chief will miki the present season at : tons Hie pike, at the race track, at Eaglo lllrd will itand the leason of at my (arm two mllei West of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, ' He is a nice bay, ts handi 313 inches high, five Description and Pedigree. Silver Tip is a beauears old. not been tilul rei This fine Hackney will seaOolt. son ol iSyj at my farmStallion Crab make the pike, and tail, nay with hind ankles white, fine mane trained. HoHe saddle! well, but has No. 12470, a Living $20 to is by Hutchinson Chiel. hands high, foaled May jth, 83J 15 011 the Orchard three unlet Irom St mford. known as the John it. As a breeder he is not sui passed ill the State, We by Messenger Chief. Hutchini.011 Chiefs first Mays, of Casey, dam by Sentinel; ad dam by Alexander's Abdal- -, old a jeJrlinK colt ot hliKet Hail farm, and will vc mares Money or cath note will be required wheu the fact for $rjo and we hase neser had a man to say he lah; 3I dam by Red Jacket; Messenger Chief by his colt. As show by u Meisenger, is atcertalned. $15 to a Living Oolt. is as not pleased with In the State. a Ho horse ho j Abdallah Pilot; tit damChicl,Mambrino by Imp. Na-- j shown ad dam by Mambrino 3d dam as good ai there Is the $3x1 Sweepstake Klnp at Danville with iS poleon. Eagle llird It one ol the grandest show horaet in in Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare ennustants, which was pronounced to be the best j Denmark Chiefs 1st dam was aired by Sumpter Kentucky. Monte Crltto, hit uncle, (s the only parted wim. he by fioddard's , Denmark, Denmark, he by eser shown in Ky., and he wore the third tie, & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race by Silver Connaught d Silver Tip hone iliown In the lllue Graat Circuit, that he did sesses the finest 3511 is a fine individual and pos- Time he by was sired bytackinm.King, he dam On GainesDenmark--, he by norc First Stonewall action of any horse in the countv the Imp, tledgelord. His not defeat. He could be relied upon to maVo a try. The Hackney is noted the country over tor Skedaddle, by Oliver, son ot Wagner. Se:oud cu uam va1u7 un tin e, (i uam oy Keu Lion. Mares parled with torfeits the Insurance ityle, action and endurance. Thv have been bred dam by lied Lion Silver King's dam was Motgallant mow whenever called upon and always tor these qualities for over 100 years. Will make the season three miles from Crab ile Mnunce, sired by Cabbell's Lexington, son ol by Young Orchard, on the Crab Orchard and Stanlord pike. Conuaujjht ad finished aigattie at a race hone, although tomo Heetley Hall, Kast was bred by James Cker, of Blood's lllack Hawk Second dam SkcdaJdle's Dereham. Norfolk, Was sired America, son of Taylor's Mesenger SAMUEL COCHRAN, ot the "knowing ones'" pronounced hlin no good. bv Victor of Heetley 1857; dam llonnle 1915, by first dam by Medoc, md dam by Trumpeter, 3rd Crab Orchard, Ky Highflyer 1006 Ho was imported by A II Thomp- dam by Aratus. All brtedcr of fine, high'ityled, good colored son, of Crawfordsvllle. Indiana, June 3, 1893 Mares bred to this horse will be kept at reasonTestimonial. Wc think the Hackney ciossed able rates. Care taken to prevent accidents and ColtiVhg It not surpassed byj.uiy horio In Ken- with Kentucky mares will make Kod sellers and escapes but not responsible should any occur. good horses for the Kastern market. Money due when colt is toiled or mare parted ' Lke Thomas, Lexington; HEAZLEYHROS. & HAYS. with. Maris from a distance will bo furnished grass K. D IENit.ETON, Norlolk, Va. u Stanford, Ky. REGISTERED. Call and reethis excellent stallion. after May tstat$i.5o per month, and must be paid LINCOLN COL'NTY HORSE CO, BY SECOND L, K. HUB it the removal of mares. Care taken to prosent w M, RUE, By A. F. Moiikkly, Stanford, Ky. accidents and escapes, but not responsible should Dam by old Stonewall Jacksan. DANVILLE. This fancy saddle stallion wilt make the season any occur. of iS)4 at our stable i mite from Mllledgev.lle, Tatting with or removal oi mares forfeits the inTHE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Lincoln county, Ky on the Stanlord and surance. pike. Owing to the scarcity of money, Will also stand a fine mule Jack at $7 to Insure a we will stand him : llvlnj colt. K P. WOODS, to Oolt. and Stanlord, Ky Race record 1:24, winner of the 3 Will make the present season of 1894 at the farm sweepstake premiums for stsndard-bre- d Money dut wheu the colt cornet or mare parted the late L. D. Garner, 3 miles from Crab Ortrotters at the World's Pair 1S93. with. Marcs grared or fed at reasonable prices. chard, at sire of 41 in Not responsible tor accidents should any occur. Stred by Gambetta Wilkes Girt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, tlaxy mane list, hauds 3 inches high a Colt 4 Months d. 3:30dam Maud, by Garrard Chief, sin. of Haul and tail, i j is a perfect saddle ; was foaled Sept, I horse. Duke a.s8, anu Lady Veiser, dam of 5 in the 6, 1886 and Edge was showed as a Gilt and took Drlgnola Is a Red Hay Stallion, Saddlo and Har- 3:30 list. the sweepstake premium at Kirksvllle and Dana dam Nillle, by son of Billy Uoice 1:14, by ness Combined; 16 hands high; fine style and acville and in his own ring at Harrodsbunr. Those tion and has fine mane an J tall. He was sired by who want to breed stallion are thoroughbred. by Abdallah Messenger, he by Messenger Chiel. j dammakeHelm's Yorkshire, at Central Park at cordially invited to to a goon saddle and see him took at our horse will Kirit dam by old Lexington, the fine .Saddle the season ot 1894 move, the low price of hone. He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he br old Washington Denmark, 25 To A Living Oolt. His nrst dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. Second dam by Wells' Crusader, hit istdam by NOTE. -- If mares bred and In foal should Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, This fine young Jack will serve a limited number change hands, money due at that time. Mares he by Black Denmark, his tst dam by Crusader oi mares at Eight Dollars Season money duo if mare is traded or parted kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible tor he by Old Whip, id dam a Rocky Mountain maie accidents should any occur with. W. S. GARNER, MADISON SANDIDOE & SON, WM. M. RUE SON, Crab OrcharJ, Ky. Damillc, Ky, Milledgeville, Ky. II EffiLE : BIRD. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. oa.:m::es if. Ad: OO crow, ; BELMONT M'KINrJSrEY, -: e. 8689. CHIEF, BB. BB KTT. The guaranteed purses of the tit ace rec. 3:24!., fifth heat mile track.) Fair cover nenrly all classes of Will make the season of 1S94 at my place, l) trotters ami pacers. Only 53 to nomi- miles south of Stanford nate. Kntriee close May 1st. Write to At $10 by the Season, or $ 5 to T. M. Cardwell, Sec'y. Liberal premiums given to saddle Insure a Living Colt. stallions, mares and geldings at the Fair, June 27, 28, 29. "Write for " He has proven himself a breeder of fine style and action, and can be seen to satisfy anyone infull particulars and entry blanks to T. terested. In 1891 Pence started in n races, and won eight M. Cardwell, Sec'yi Harrodsburg. first a game and three seconds. He Har-rodabu- rg PENCE, 18444 race horse. dress mt.nejs Brown Eagle, Jr. is For further information call on or adA. M. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. Brown Eagle, Jr., was sired by Drown Fa?le, he by King Kigie, he by lllack Eayle First dam by 205 Copperhottom, and dam by .ilambrino Chief, 3rd dam by Letingtuii This fine saddle stallion. Chancy Denmark aoc, Iirown Eagle Ir , ts a handsome drk bay, 154 will make the season ot tSa at the stable of Col. hands high nd wasfoaled In 1891. He will mate Underwood, ft ol a ml 6 from Hubble, Ky., on the present season at my place near McKinney at the Rush llranch Pike und, Chancey Denmark. SILVER TIP 169. Denmark Oheif. $8.00 To Iasure A Living Colt. first-class Will Serve Mares at $10. S, DQnnaoM 3512 2nd. $io to Insure a Live Colt. '55 to Insure a Living Colt to, At Insure DIRECTED 13945 Wilt ake the season of South of Lancaster, at 1894 Will also itand at the same time and place a Chancy Denn ark 3C3 is a bay horse, full 16 Mule Jack at the same price and terms hands high, foaled 1S37, sired by Hubblc's On JAMES WALKER OIVENS, Time, dam be Old stonewall Jackson His colts tS McKinney, Ky, j are fine and of good sire and will compare with ans Doay s sauaic siainon. Will also stand two loyally bred jacks at the same place. TOM CTJUTIS. Red-mno- At Insure n GILT EDGE 261. Jacks For Service. JEWEL 48. the season Is a coal black Jack, white paints, 15 hands high, heavy body and good bone. He is by old llour-bo- n ( hiel, tbe noted jennet jack of Madisoa that sold for $i,ono. Bourbon Chief was sired by TO Hercules, he by Imp. Hercules, and his Lien retained on colts for sen Ice fees. Directed dam by Imp. Espartero. Dourbon Chief's dam 13945 was sired by Director iqSq. record 1:17; tst was by Col Lear's Imp, Napoleon 3rd, and dam flxm ITniinv Will. Itv flporon Wllkr. fin. rrrnrit by Iluena Vista, 3rd dam by Imp Castillan. Hue-n- a in of Kate Spragup, j:i3, I.il 1:13; and dim Vista was sired by the great Compromise, he ... I..-- -C ,.l rijuih; by Tippecanoe, he by Iir.p. Warrior, which was ft apraguc, z;37, i.uui.c, buii ui l?l. Morgan ; 3rd dam Queen, by General Oifford ; 4th acknowledged the best jennet jack eser in Kendam Fanny, by Chancellor; 3th dnm by American tucky Huurbon Chief is i6'4 bands high without 1 n. shoes. He is a coal bhek with nealy nose and ncupKC, Lancaster, Ky. for form, weight, style, action and appearance he has tin equal Tom Curtis' 1st dam was bv Joe Phelps' big jack and her dam by Sam Phelps' jack, and dam by Ulack Samson, Pern Curtis will serve at "Maples,'' 2 miles SIO Kan-da- INSURE. ticuy 17-i- m r.i,ii, ii-j- 1 Tho following excellently bred Jacks wilt make of 1804 at my place on the Stanlord & Lancaster pike: Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 for Jennets Colts; Mares $8. ZBo-drbon. : Oliief. CENTRAL PARK, BEIGEOLE Gambonito 8419, At $10 Iniure a Living r$6 to Insure i:i', Limited Number 2 ij1 hands high; sired by old Bourbon Chief whose pedigree Is given above. His dam was lllack Jennet, she by a jack by Jason Walker's The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Hub-hle- 's Castlllian and out ofa full sister to Iluena Vista, sale for $1,860; bv 3rd Prince, be by ad who was out oi a jennet by lllack Samson. He Prince, he by Imp. Prince, nt dam Daisy by will stand at S3, The service fee will be due in all cases where Dixie, he by Irvine' Dixiebr Klckapso; ad dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington; 3d dam by Jim mares are parted with or leave the country for jack and S10 when such fact Is ascertained by us. A Hen rePorter, Will serve jennets at tained on all colts till season fee Is paid.. lor jennet colls and will alio serve a s I loth Jacks have proven themselves breeders. All colts insured till four months old. of $10 Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Will also stand UNDERWOOD BROTHERS, Hubble, Ky. JOS BLACKBTJHU, $j first-clas- Mares at Cor-bea- Otlirr.Good Mule Jacks At Eight Dollars. JR. Insure jennets are traded or removed before the fact Is ascertained as to being 1 fo.il, insurance is tor- leitea ana mates season money due not Insure all colts till four manths old Lien retained till season monev is naid. When mares or Care taken to preveut accidents or escapes, but reponible should any occur. Thanking our customers lor their past favors we solicit a continuance of same K. I HUIIBLB, 6 Lancaiter, Ky. Poit-olllce, sTsssHilsssssssssHsaH' Sa THE SOLDIERS L OF THE SUN. Along tho margin of the world They nikrch with tbotr bright banners furled, Until, In lino of battle drawn. The; nach tbe boundaries of dawa They cross tho stas and rivers deep. They climb tho mountains high and steep, And hurry on until In sight Of their black enemy tho night. Then madly rush Into tho fray Thcso armies of tho night and day, Swiftly tho shining arrows go, Whllo bugling winds their warnings blow. Strlro as he will, tho night Is pressed down the west. With golden spear and gleaming lanco Tho cohorts of the day advance. Thus, dally, Is tho battle won l)y tho bravo soldiers of tho sun. Frank D. Sherman. In Harper's Weekly. Farther nnd farther A FUflSAKEN DUTY. Bravo Girl. up to tho Dawson houso dragging tho Mouse river stage. Four passengers camo out of tho hotel, among them Henry Gordon. Seeing Lou Carlin on tho box ho stopped short, astounded. "Where's Tom, Lou?" ho asked. "Jimtown," sho answered, briefly. Gordon's face became grave. "When did he go?" "On this morning's train." "Tho three o'clock train?" "Yes." "No passengers took thnt train from this station. I was nt tho depot when it pulled out" Lou Carlin reeled In her scat and almost fell to the ground. Gordon leaped up beside her. "You nre ill!" he exclaimed. "No," sho answered, resolutely, re--i covering herself with an effort "Surely you are not going to drivo UtfSlilbCK fV?&nxl jk. .Li ABERDEEN-ANGU- S. Were. A "diner out" knocked nt tho door of fcls houfo in tho small hours of the morning. His wife ealled out from the window: "As a puuUhmcut for yonr disorderly conduct, you shall ntny there all night." I have "Conic, do oiH'ti the door. brought two bottkM of wine" Oil hearing thnt. t lie wlfo ran to open Where Tliojr Jomo HnuilMMiin Spcclinrin of Till Hoof "Whero nro the two bottles?" "Here" replied the delinquent, placing Ilrrcil. It pntuu.h. tfoaeeliipoiisleri his hand Our first illustration shows a remark- Mtlnue-o-. on ably fino Aberdeen-Angu- s heifer. Sho took first prizo at a cattlo show in EngKtrpltiK tt I);irlc. I'optl-lii- the door. r 1 land Moro beef apparently could not well bo i" " IMIIIi II Tn os k Who ark Postkd. Will toll POSTED. you that tho tiurBt and healthiest Hummer resorts In the northwest nre This notice forewarns numcrt, nthonatc and located along tho Wisconsin Central othtra not totretpatt on our landt without per be protecuted to the ful Lines, among which nro lako Villa, Fox minion, atofall tUtti willSigned: extent the law. l.nke. Antloch, Burlington, Mukwonngo, it M. r.ACKOVirZ. T D. NKWI.AND. Waukesha, Neennh, Waupaca, Fifiold. O. C LYON. Ashland and Diitntli. Tourists anil FREDnAUMANN. pleH'itre seekers figuring on their next R. L. WHITE. summer's VHcmion should hour this in J.L. IIKCK. T. C. HALL. mind and beforo pelectinir a rotitu d'op n PKTER IIAI.MKK. line to Jus C. Pond, General Passenger IS PHILLIPS. Wisconsin Central Lines, J. E. IIItUCK Aitftit of tho at Milwaukee, Wis, mid ho will send you maps, timo tables aud guide books contnii iug valuable information, which 3IYEKS HOUSE nro mailed f rt e upon application. The Big Four Route to Chicago and St. carried upon four leg than nppenrin Yet some of tho Aberdeen- IOC this animal. fliTHJ r in e -- PJMMTB& tlTrERTT STABLE P. W. GREEN, Prop. n has-bee- "Sarely I am!" sho replied, with comBut It Was Woll Oarod for by a pressed lips. "That looks llko business, doesn't It?" "I won't bo able to drivo the stage lying at her feet Lou." "Hut you aro not well enough," re"Why not, Tom?" turned Gordon, with a shadoof anxiety A faint tinjro of color flew to Tom in his face. Carlin's check. "Nonsense!" sho cried, with a forced "I want to po down to .Timtown to- laugh. "All aboard, Henry! We're morrow on business. I'm going to tako lato now." the morning train." "I'm going to ride out hero with you." "What business?" "All right" "That's my affair, Lou, and don't And then, with a crack of whip and you nslc any questions," hu nusworcd a creak of wheels, tho stage departed. gruffly. Gordon was reserved and thoughtful. The girl at tho otherside of tho room So was Lou. Sho was thinking of her came to her brother's side and laid a brother nnd wondering where he had hand on his shoulder. gone if not to Jimtown. "I'm afraid, Tom," she murmured, At Shoemaker's ranch a halt was sadly. made for dinner. "Afraid of what?" As they once more started on their "Afraid that those rough men you journey Gordon drew from his breast have been taking up with lately will pocket a packago of bills. lead you into trouble. You aro going "Lou," said he, quietly, "will you to Jimtown with them I know iu Oh, take charge of this?" Tom, don't go. For ray sake, Tom." Sho drew back and looked at him She placed an arm around his neclc with wondering eyes. Then a and looked pleadingly into his eyes. curled her lip. Ho hesitated a moment nnd then Sho had been deceived in Gordon. Ho started to his feet, throwing her from was a coward! him. "Certainly," she replied, In a distant "Don't make a fool of yourself, Lou. voice; "you bear the risk of placing I'm going to Uismarck in the morning this in my hands?" and that settles it." "Risk!" "1 thought it was to Jimtown." He said no more. The taunt in her "Well, Jimtown, then." Ho understood voice was "You ought to bo here, Tom, attend- it and turned nwaj his head. ing to business. Don't you know that The stage drew near tho rocky Henry Gordon is going north cotcau.x which they were to cross. morning with fifteen thousand Barely had they entered tho pass dollars for the bank at Sykeston?" when three masked men stepped from "Of course I know it," replied Tom, behind a bowlder. a strange glitter in his oyc. "The The3 had guns in their hands. more fool he for not talcing the trnin "Halt!" cried ono of them, in a and going around by way of Jimtown hoarse voice. instead of carrying that amount of One of his companions sprang to the money across country." horses' heads. "The money must be in tho hands of "What do you want?" cried Lou Carafternoon," re- lin, with a whito face. the banlc by turned the girl. "If he goes by train, "We want a word with that man bevia Jimtown, he won't reach Sykeston side you." before midnight" Then for tho first timo Lou noticed "Well, it's none of my affair," mut- that the two robbers had covered Gortered Tom; "I wonder who I can get to don with their gnus. run tho stage for me?" Quick as a flash she stooped down, "I will, Tom." picked up tho rifle at her feet and brought it to her shoulder, niintng at lie started forward impetuously. "No, no, Lou not youl" h5 cried. the form of tho man nearest her. "Not you, anyone but you! Promise "For God's sake, Lou!" exclaimed mo you won't run the stage!" Gordon, "bo careful!" His words were wild; his looks pleadWith a quick movement he struck ing. the weapon from her hands. Sho drew herself up a trifle sternly. At that Instant there came the sound "If you forsake your duty when you of two reports, blending as one. are needed most, it devolves upon me, A shot was fired nt Gordon just as a who love you and care for 3'our reputa- passenger fired from the coacli. tion, to step Into your bhoes and do the Gordon fell from his seat, dropping work you fail to perform. I shall run like a log by the roadside. the stage!" With n cry of anguish Lou Carliu Ho turned his back to her and leaped down beside him. As sho walked townrd the door. There he stooped over she heard her own name paused, tho spirit of good striving called. within his breast to overcome the spirit The voice was familiar to her ears. of evil. Hut the strife was in vain. One of the robbers staggering about Ho faced her once inoro with a cruel on the prairie and clutching at the air lauglu sank to the ground "I see through your scheme, Lou. "My God!" cried Lou. You're setting your cap at this Gordon Leaping forward, she tore tho mask you're afraid he'll get into trouble from the robber's face, then started with that fifteen thousand dollars of back wildly and dropped senseless behis ha, ha, ha! That talk about your side him. brother is all very fine, but it won't It was her brother Tom. half-sneer the stage?" 1 .& dfZTv She pointed to a Winchester rifle MF fff wM i il sP " -- ,i5Ln2-r'ST?ir"- zzsL i',: ;r-,.- ; 111 3V" - 0ffA HIMFEIt i ABEIlDEKN-ANO- fS Angus cows aro heavy milkers as well Thero is n us producers of beef rtcors. cattlo hord of American Aberdeen-Angu- s In Missouri, of which some of tho cows nro noted for their milking qualities. Wo nro of opinion, however, that just In proportion as a cow is good for milking sho loses iu power to prodneo great beef nuimnlx. Tho second illustration shows a famous deddio bull, an American Iwm of milk-bcc- f r.nd bred Aberdeen-Angutrain. Tho bull is 0 years old and ono of tho best specimens of tho breed in America, s Truth. J ttf? wm&zxmtm Tlmt Wiiir K.illnr. McGlnnls Is nlwtiys hnrd up for money mid Is cwrliiMliigly trying to Ikutow from hK friend-- . Colonel Yerger has lots of money, but he docs not care to Uxntisu hU lend much of It to memory Is so jnxir. Not long since Hotitter mot Colonel Ycrger and wtitl to lilm: 'Colonel, can't you lend me bnlf atlollcr for a few lnlnuteif I want to aMst my landlady out of u tight place ' "I'niMirry, Mr. McGlnnls, hut yesterday I let KuM'Ut'ko Jones havo all my ready otherwise) It would do me proud to cn-replied Colutul let you havo the Yergi r. The next dty I lortrtUT McGlnnls mnde nuoth. r attempt to borrow half n dillnr from I'l'h'iiel Yerm'r, who viw unable to iirei'inmiHluto hit friend, as ho had jimt pnld his tnxert. Host-ttor Ho-tett- er, h; ca-.li,- " l.nke Fiont, through tin-- moil ictinciii ortlon l the city, ami Urnl In the tn.iKmfi. rrht Nrw Cential StaUon on Twelfth Stmt ami Lake Print 'I hit Motion la convenient to the Auilitoilum, i'.lchclitu, Victoria and I. eland Ho-th ami within two Mo Iter he State ami il Street Cable l.inci ami tho South Side Hallway ConeniWit iton arc al made Street nnd Twenty, at Hyde Park, Ihiriy-ti.ui- b iccond Sttt-e- t Station, Magnificent Vcttlbuled Train, Parlor Car Watr.ir Slccnlng tan. Privatt t'oinpaitnirnt lluf-f-t Sleeping Car and Suj rb Pining Cart. No iralitler iooii CitKinnati to make rnniuctiont. eur ticket ahould read via the 111(1 FOl'K Kniitit to eiijr iheie tu lltcct. Solid train Cincinnati and St. Lnuit, with Palace and Wathlnc ton, Cart tctnren St P. C.Ua the 1110 Kilt It Kouir c by the IIK'i KOl'K The elegant terxice nd St Louli It ctcellml by between Cincinnati are compotnl ot new ro other lint. Nlht cart throughout, te.i hei of the laleat Impioved pattern and Wapner Sleeping Can in irrvlce fur the tint time tay traint have Parlor and lraw-i- n Room Cut and en.iumto Pining Cart and through Palace lluflVt Sleeping Cart between M I.oun and Wailnrgun I) I , via Cincinnati, and Chetapeake ,V Ohio Kv., in V "' with the farm ut"K The Dining Cat Service rttemit through from St I.oultto Wcahlngtnn tor tull inlormatipii regarding ratet, etc , apply to nearitt ticket f cent, or addrrti l K, U II Martin, Oen'l Pat and Ticket McCornitck, I'm. Traffic Manager U Wa-baHte-tair- LOUIS. Thr IUO FOL'K route h tho httt terminal (a. r 1HU at Chicago VI tr.iln cntrr Chicago on tho lilinnM t eiitrnl tixckt man;; nx inltrtoftne Thit ttable, which l run n connection with tht n Myers llcu::, supplied with A.Ncw Lot of Horses, Oarriagoa, Buggies, Wagons, prcpaifi FIK8T-GL.AS- S Suppl-and Is better than ever uupply the public with r IUCJS OF ALL, KINDS. Pergonal and promptattention Parties and llurlal. AL1IURNS, Manager givento Weddings P. W. OREF.N. Proprietor !'" N-- W NortiWeslernR.il Schedule Nov. , 1S9) LEAVE .t.,or WBre SUFPEB Krom Lynchburg, Rlchmord and Norlolk. Sleeping Car from Roanoke to Nartalk alto from Lynchburg to Richmond Train tor Pocahontat, Powhatan and Goo-lwill leave Ulue.lcld daily at 6 30 a m, 11 jj p iu Leave Illurfirld A 30 a m aud yuip m daily lor Kenota ami Coliiint ut, O , Chicago and all piriutt leeper on 900 p in tiain lar Co- Wett Pullman umbus. I rain arrive at Norton trout the Eatt daily at Kir furlherlnlnrMation at to tchedulet.ratc Ac, apply to agcutt of Norfolk .V Wetlern Rail- v. 11. nit v 11. 1., road Gen. Pati. Agt Hemeke, Ya. M K. IIRAGO Trav. Pat. Agent. 13:50 p in I NO It ION DAILY ir Graham. Minefield, Pocahontas n 40 a m that old c iiently wp'ipt w en you can nicd hy an te perm a Eleetropoise Other hatel een t ured, why no you San Francisco Portland. would have got the money If Colonel Yer-pe- r had not Just paid his pew rent The AliRItHKlIN-ANCIt'S HUM- following Colonel Ycrgvr would havo imported. Ho rep- day favorably mi MtGltuiV pulltlon had whether bred hero or artcd of Aberdeen-Angu- s not the former contributed on the day resents tho choicest blood and shows tho distinctive nil his ready ea-- h to miiiio chnrltnblo marks of his family. Ho won first prizo piir,xe The next day tried again, and Colonel Yerget would have lot of his class nt tho World's fair. him have the money, for there wns nolxxly lEutlons I'nr S tiers. lie higher tliiiu ho did Hostetter Yer-gvrA correspondent asked Professor W McGinn!", hut unfortunately Colonel Mcket had Kvn picked tho day A. Henry of tho Wisconsin agriculturand he could not rvjond. al experiment station tho following: meeting Colonel Tho nuxt day "Which will bo tho lcst in Btecr feed- Yerger, said to him in u sarcastic tone of ing: Corn at 10 cents, wheat at 50 cents voice: or mill feed at 15 per ton? Should tho "I say, colonel, what did you do yesterwheat bo ground, cracked or soaked to day with tho half dollar you can't lend get tho best results?" To which ho an- mo today?" Texas liftings. swers as follows in Tito Breo.dor's GaIlo-tett- or 's lo-for- e, Ho-tett- The day niter Ho-tott- er tried agnln nnd Disease Cured Without Mcdicino A Not an e cctric hctt or btittry, iut a timple home tcatir.ent which cautet the entire body uf '.lie patient to ata.ro World's Fair Record. cmcACO MA OXYGEN. AiV your Be ghbor about It, if he cau not tell you, write tu ut fo' one our booka tent lice Nothing hat ever retcittd mi many lettimatiial from trutiwonv penon, many of whom tie known to tit Weturn Recorder, I.ouitvillc. The F.lectropoite It a mjtteryto me; almoit a miracle Kldtr John I Kodgera. Incne night the Klecttopolvt rc!ire mcof congettlon ol the brain and vertijo. ltev. Gee It Meant, Cclrgton, Ky. A friend ol mine wji entirely cured of the opt-ahabit with Klcctropoise Hev. W. W. Uruce, m Jl'i'YI'lt mwltHA'T Ctl.CAtO kl jL- - PULL11ANSAND PAHL0II CAES. ONLY LINE FROM LOl ISV1LI.E I'm oit for Jimtown, anyway. Lou!" Waiting for no parting word from his d sister, Tom Carlin passed out of the house. wash. Good-by, "I do not know just what onr correspondent means by 'mill feed, ' as that is a variablo term, not meaning tho samo for all sections of tho country. Supposing mill feed to mean good, bright, clean shorts, containing considerable Motir, thero is really not much choice Iwtween tho thrco kinds named, and 1 believe a combination will work tho best nnd provo tho most satisfactory as well as economical. Ear corn, crashed or run through a corn splitter, will bo very satisfactory. Give each steer, however, during tho day, either iu combination or separately, foiuo of wheat or mill feed. Tho wheat can cither bo soaked or ground coarsely, preferarly tho latter. "For a full grown steer feed in tho start not moro than 8 ixjuuiLj of com, with 4 of either ground wheat or milk feed, making 12 pounds of grain in all. Gradually increaso this until 18 or 20 pounds per day aro consumed Watch carefully to prevent sconring, which is tho bano of steer feeding, duo generally to overfeeding or heavy feeding and catching cold Twenty pounds of such grain, with cornstalks or hay for rough-agis a heavy feed for a full grown j o, zette: price can Im brought. Think not the smiles of lemity will always couio uuxought. Fate's slot machine stands ojxjii, and any man of thought well knows ho must walk-u-p aud thrust a nickel In tho slot You're always Iu a pickle, and always good for naught uii1cn you havo a nickel to pacify the slot You wish renown or rlelicH, what other mull have got, get up lot. Think not Fate's tuttl fruttl without rito' slot .MiK'hlnr. Huttomlltc, Ky The Klectrcpoue it a wonderful initrumclit and tl It more wonderful at to how it lirrt in work, RUNNING e. 11 DININC - CARS. i) p jet it doeail. T K C llrmley, (Plowt) Louit lHe. Ky. Addrttt Dullolt o: Webb, joo Kourth it., hacov. I.oJimtlt, wriik to a, f,j. itefp.o pa C'hlcagc, III, Ky. Denver. e, Kv. St. Paul. Ky. Midland IVy, Shorten anl juicleit between THE WEEKLY GOURIER-dOURNA- and skip and deftly slip a nickel in tho you g pale-face- Henry Gordon wus not killed, though for days he lingered at tho fines of the grave. Ho was delirious and in his wild I al- -' 6toer. " con- - Half an hour afterward a knock fell upon the door of tho little "shuck" whero Tom Carlin, tho and his sister lived. The knock was twice repeated before it was answered. Lou at once throw-opethe door, and when site saw who the caller was would have given the world had her eyes held fewer traces of tears recently shed. "Come in, Henry," sho said. A young man with a handsome, resolute fnco stepped into the room and stage-driver, I caught her hand "Good-evenin- k in Lou," said he, and then, noticing her red and downcast eyes, he would have said something further but stopped himself with au effort that was almost a sigh. "Pardon mo for calling at this unseemly hour, Lou, but I wished to talk with Tom. Is ho here?" She shook her head mutely. "There aro two or three desperate-tlookin- g strangers In town, and I came to ask your brother if ho thought there would be any danger In my taking that money north Do not think mc cowardly, Lou; It Is not my own money, you know I should feel differently if it wero otherwise." "Thero Is not tho slightest danger, Henry," sho replied. "Tom is not here, so I will answer for him." "Thank you," ho returned. "You have reassured mo, but " Ho paused. "But what?" sho asked. "Nothing," ho returned, catching her hands and looking wistfully into her face. "I shall have something to toll you, Lou, when I como back from Smiling, he shook his head Bringing her hand quickly to his lips ho kissed It, leaving her nt once with an abrupt "good night" "All aboard for Sykeston!" Ituns n woman's voico that spoko tho words, as four jiorses camo dashing he told, over and over again, his sus-- I plclons of Tom Carlin how ho had seen him associating with desperate men how he knew, or feared, he was planninir to rob the stage that ho had given the money to Lou, knowing that she would be safe from molebtatlon at her brother's hands. Lou. wan and sorrowful, sat beside him and nursed him back to life. Her cyos wero first to meet his when he once moro looked out upon tho world, and her quivering hands brushed his forehead as sho asked if he would not soon be wclL "Yes, Lou," ho answered; "and Tom?" Slowly she drew back tho curtain, and pointed off over tho prairie to a grave in tho distance. Tears fell fast from her eyes there was no need of words. "Forgive him. Henry, forgive him!" sho said, brokenly, falling to her knees beside tho bed. "Freely, freely, God knows!" ho murmured, kissing her brow. Then lie spoko other words in a whisper and she returned his kiss and laid her head besldo his. Chicago now-mad- o talk Note mi Fcetllng Mil lot, I sow ono bushel of Feed to tho aero and do not cut it till it will, when raked np, loso 6omo seed, for hero is tho gain in raising millet Cut without nny seed in it, it is not as good as hay, but with seed iu it it makes hay and grain botlL News. Skyestan." "Tell mo now." llahlta of a Horse. "When I was down in Nicaragua," said tho man with the bronzed face nnd glasses, "I had a horso which proved to Ixi a most intelligent animal. I was accustomed to riding him out of Grey-toand on the road somowhero stopping for a Wrink of whisky or something, and tho latter was always brought out to mo by tho proprietor or his man. I sold the horso to a gentleman who wanted it for his daughter to ride. Ono day, long afterward, I mot tho gentleman in New York and inciwn Cnt with a binder, bind in medium sized bundles, set it up two nnd two, let it stand until dry enough to stack, then stack tho sanio as any bundle grain. This manner of handling is most goner-allliked Thero is less wasted, it is moro quickly handled, and tho hay is better. Tho year 1887 was very dry here Wo had no rain from March to July 8. My oats wero an cntiro failure, and tho corn did not sprout, so I sowed. 18 acres of tho corn ground to German millet July 2, aud tho rain wo hud next day started it nicely, and I had tho most feed that I over saw grown on tho snmo amount of land. Just as tho heads began to Bhow 12 acres wero hurt by frost, and wo commenced cutting, but by tho timo wo had that in the stack tho remaining six acres wero tundng yellow. This was stacked by itself to feed in tho spring. I commenced feeding this abont Nov. 1 nnd fed to May 10 with nothing olse No grain was fed even to our horses until about April 1, when wo commenced farm work. I wintered 9 horses, 3 mares in foal, 20 cows, 8 yearling calves 20 sheep, 10 pigs and 00 chickens on nothing but millet Tho mangera wero filled twice a day, nnd stock wero allowed all they would clean up. From tho three marcs I got threo of tho best colts lever raised and 28 good calves from 20 cows, and I never had cows or horses in finer condition than they wero in tho spring. Tho hogs ran to tho stacks and got tho Cor. Breeder's slops from tho house y a ten pag tight column democratic Fate's slot mnchlno stands waiting; to Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle, It rontaln iheieiof everything goingnewfnaper. 11 It it ennnot go, but for your comiHjiisnt-InWATTERSON ii the alitor Cnrlislo, Maysvlllo, Oynthinna, 'twill glvo you quid for quo. See, Fnlmouth nnd Covington. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. there it stands Impassive nntl moveless on Alk for ticket via Kentucky Midland. Traint but, ah, you rogue' 'twill disemonesK)t; run by Central Standard Tune. TheiWKF.KLV COl'RIEIl.'JOURNAI. makes bogue for a nickel In tho slot Time Tabb April i, i5oj. lie prevery liberal term to agent , and No 3. No 7 miums for ctuht Sample copietotgict No i. Luck's caramels and candy nro In tho TIIAINS EAST. the atid n m. p. iu, p m. four page Premium Supplement tent frco tu any Blot machine Fate's macaroons aro handy ; 00 Leave Franklart A 470 ion addrett. Write to You wish tho If you aru not too green. ' 4 Summit 110 7 s " I t fast express train to fortune's fairest sjot Kllnorn 7it COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. " 718 Switier 140 Tho 44" Approach tho wicket and drop your ticket 00 " Stamping Ground .7 tt 431 a nickel Hi the slot. LOUISVILLE, KY. " t i3 Duvall "o 7)t You say that fortune's tickle, this talk The " Johnten 3 04 7 40 " Georgetown..-.!- ) ...7 46 5 t 33 of mine Is "rot" but havo you dropped Semi - Wcokly Interior Journal, C. S. Depot 3 o 300 735 your nlclal, your nickel In her slot? On .... I ta s 3 " Newton.... i And the 16 strictest business principles her great de' 3 Centrevllle 33? . m " Klisabeth signs nro wrought. 'TU my advice to twiy 343 Hi S jo C 3 Jj to Courier-Journ- al her price a nickel Intheslot New York Arrive Pant World. Will be sent one year to any addrett for OS TC. W V WALTON. Addre., S on tho 1'nliit of View. No. u TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No. PS Stinford, Ky in. "It beats all how tho gum habit Is Lc Paria C .. a9 03 J 6 tn. a. m, p m.i oj growing," the passenger In tho snuff col- Arr Elliabeth q 13 3$ 61? ored suit wns saying. "Thero are not 1cih Arr Centretiilc .. 300 619 910 : 6 ij Arr Newtown 531 9 i than half a dozen young women In this AirC S Depot . 9 40 6 41 J 3" car chewing gum." II 1037 645 Arr Georgetown 747 AT OTTENHEIM. 800 11 47 651 "I see," answered tho passenger with Arr Johtixin - ,t 6 17 810 heavy gold watch chain. "Well, 1 can Arr Duvall... the : ArrStamp'g Ground neo 830 Ilegtnmng on the lat Montlii' in March, Fay ono thing, 1 never chew it." S so Arr Swmor.. . io 713 18.J4, and cm each first .Monday thtrcatter, a Mock "Neither do I. It's a detestable habit." Arr Elkhorn 7 o 9 oj 1117 Market will be held at Ottenhcim for the tale Q ij 7 6 1113 Peitoni havol lionet. Cattle, Sheep aad llogt "It Is iiidcul. A 733 913 ing tlock to tell or thotc wiihlng to buy are invit"And it doesn't do anybody any good Arr Krankfort with I. 1130 .V N, A connecta ed to attend, there will be no chi.gc to any " It's not only offensive, hut utterly EN-U- Y 1 Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Only Direct Line between L S 4 Weekly . . 1 -- 3T0CIS MABZST . .n -- Arr.-uni- profit-less.- "Profitless? I'm not so puro of thnt By the way, I am just starting with my family for a tour through Kuroiw. Wo shall bo gone nliout six months." "What has that got to do with tho gum chewing habit?" "Nothing, except thnt I'm tho proprietor of a chewing gum factory." Chicago Tribune. Spoko. with t) .v C and L. S. with K. C SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Frankfort 900 a. in; Georgetown to 00 a r'raiikloit 11 30 m. l.ve Georgetown 10 37; arm p. m. Ralwayand connec The Kentucky Midltnd tiont form the thortett and cheapctt route to all point --Hjuth, Eatt, Ncrlh and Woit. For further information apply to their agenlt. Agent C. I). HEItCAW. Gen GEO. II. HARI'KIt, Gen. Supt It connect t body, WM LA NDGR CconDt-ct- Ottctiheioi, Ky. AFF, $100 BEWABD 1 I Pa, My ttnr wat bnrned Iriday night, Feb ij, '04, and I think robbed ol part of lit content!, and lor ine arreti ana conviction 01 guilty parties win par $100. J. A. IA.MMU.MUa, Hubble, Ky ii The cruel Injustice wounded her to tho quick, but sho repressed tho words of protest thnt roo to her lips. ComiiaiHSloiicr'8 Snlc GREEN BRJARSPRINGS D G. D G Fruit TrecH For Sale ! At our Fruit Farms and Nurterir one mils Writ of Kmgtvllle, Lincoln county. We have at fine a nock of Fruit Trent at any roan ever handled, ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden this Kail. Orcharus of Applet and Peaches will be assorted to suit cuitomers at J10 hundred.' The trrct are nice, the yanetiet the bett. Kveryj? thing needed to mako home attractive and,' tn children happy will be found here. For circular W address J. A. McKKK & CO., OT 64 Kitigsville, Ky. Sho was patient Suddenly, however, tho storm that had been gathering In her heart broke in an Sho shrieked uncontrollable tempest aloud. Sho had paid 50 cents admission, and, whllo sho was disposed to euduro much in silence, when tho center fielder walked in to makoa kick tothuuinplro sho rebelled. Slaughter'tAdmr AKxintt , Plaintiff , ) Notice "Play ball!" shovelled. Slaughter's llrt. and Cn.,Deft. ) Sale. Pun uant to a Jui'gment herein at the February term ot thit Court, trie underlined Com'r will pr On Monday, May 14, I894 County court day for Lincoln county, between the hourtol it a. m. and 3 p, m., at the door In the town of Stanford, tell at public auction to the tiighcit and bett bidder, Green Hit d ar Spring, freulioiu tho claim ol dower of of the decedent's widow. The building and equipment! re all new. Tho tract ol land cnntiiti nt Jo'f acrea, tltuated rnilei from Crab Orchard, on tho road leading to ono Dripping Spring, computing two tracts body. Green ltriar Springi will be told to pay the debt ol tlrci'deiit and tbe coitt of thit action, tho proceeds of the pcttunal property being insufficient for that purpose. Terms of Sale On a credit of 0 months, to execute bond with approved tectulty, payable to Com'r, bearing 6 per cent, interest trom day of ale until paid and having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Lien retained on tho property as additional secunty for purchase price. R. C. WARREN, Matter C m'r Lincoln Circuit Court. will also, nursuant to taid The Commissioner judgment and on tame terms, sel. to the highest and bett bidder at public outcry on May 38, I894 county court day for Garrard county, at the court boutedoor in Lancaster, the STORE-HOUSand LOT, situated near Paint Lick, la the forks o the Richmond, Lancaster, Lowell and Spoonvillef turnpike roads. K. C. WARREN, M. C. L. 0. C. 14 court-houtc home-Hea1 pur-chas- m E Detroit Tribune. JAMES. YKAGKR. THOMAS YEAOER. Oi ermine. In cold disdain tho princess received tho gift from tho messenger. "Moro diamonds, I suppose, " sho sighed wearily. languidly sho raised tho lid of tho richly wrought casket YEAGEH & YEAGER, LIVE&7, FSD AND TKMH1KC STABLEi Special Hates to Commercial Men. "Heavens!" Sho was transformed upon tho Instant. "And all for me, nil for mo!" With clasped hands and suffused eyed "Violets," sho gnsjxxl. Trutli. STANFORD, If you need a fint-clai- E.Y. eIio stood. liery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our liable, bee us for rates. In our HARNESS SHOP of Harness. Hri- dles, Saddles, Have tour repairing done by our man he understands his buclsess. We have mechanic in our You will find a cood assortment A-- dentally inquired about the horse Gazette " 'That horse?' said he, looking at mo Tho man who keeps on year after year quizzically, 'that horso is all right, but raising good salablo animals hogs, it was a long time beforo wo could break him of stopping before every sheep, cattle and horses regardless or and waiting for my daughter fluctuations in tho market will get good to cot a drink.' "Pittsburgh Dispatch. prices oftener than ho misses them. gin-mi- ll flight CIiiiiiku Her Vleun. "Emily," said tho younguuthor tenderly, voice of which every tone spoko eloquently as to her feelings, "llcginnld, I havo far too high a regard for you now ever to read any of your books." Chicago Record "Reginald," responded Emily, with a 'what do you think of my new novel?" BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first clan work and satisfactory prices. Try our horse shoer. Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. 1 W SEMI-WEEK- fggg C(T1Zl V INTERIOR JOURNAL A. It. Penny's is the place to buy jew of Stanford, Kt., E. C. - elry. Fuksij line May 11, 1894 Shanks'. & Son. Zeigler shoes at S. II. B. F. STERLING SILVER Is all the rage. Sthaw hats from 5c up. Jones Walton, MEANS Business Manager BUSINESS. Sek the new jewelry and watches at ' Penny's. He can't he undersold. t, -- 27(06 tlfrr cVy,. OUR- Boy your school books and Bchool supBkst fishing tackle for river fishing; plies ot all kindn at A. K. l'euny's. send to or call at W. B. Mcltoberts. Watch ea, clocks and jewelry ropalred See our sample straw hatsat50, 73 and anil warranted. Engraving n specialty, at A. It. Ponny'H. f)5c; worth $1.50 and $2. B. F. Jones it Tub largest stock of Draw. MedicineB, Son. Perfumery, Paints nnd Wall Taper ot ItKFiiiOKnATons, ice boxes and the beet I'cHcriptlons a specialA. It. l'ennv's. ty. ice cream freezers on thu market. Mc- Kinney k Hocker. PERSONAL POINTS. 1. -- SEE OUB GOODS They are new ideas and a revolution of fashions in Jewelry. Bottom prices prevail at Rock DANKS', : The : Jeweler. Extraordinary Sale Has Begun. tor DON'T MISS IT. I). J. B. OwsLKY spent several days There is no stove thHt gives tlio eatis-fiic- t "u We mean business. The goods must be sold and wc propose to make this month one of big sales and little profits. Hard times make people appreciate bargains. We are offering unheard of bargains. Not the fag end of a stock, nor end of season; but $30,000.00 worth of newest and choicest Dress Goods, Silks, &c, bought as cheap as cash and long experience could buy them, and right in the height of the season. Our sales these few days have been immense. Our store Don't delay your visit but come is thronged from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. at once. Don't depend on sending for samples. Goods will likely Besides the articles mentioned wc will be sold before you can order. offer hundreds of other items much below value. Every day new attractions will be put up. laSTWIC MEAN BUSINESS. in Louisville. Mil. S II. Bauoiiman went to Lexing-ingto- n Tuesday. Mr. It. W. Matthews, the popuhr cigar man, is in town. Mil. and Mrs. W. B. MeltoiiKUTH and children went to Louisville yesterday. Wai.i.ack Wai.tkii is smiling behind the counters in B. K. Jones itSon'sBtore. Mhh. OniBLiA Thompson, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. G. A. Lackey. Map. N. B. I'iiicr, of Garrard, Ib spending b few days with her son, Dr. A. S. "The New Vapor Process" does. W. II. Wearen Is. Co. I am on the market for your wool and will pay as much as anybody. Sackp. ready any time. ford. m I. M. Bruce, Stan- WE DON'T So we The Echool census shows that there Intend to carry any goods over if prices will make them go. are 877 bchool children in Middlesboro. Wonder what the poor little things live make the on? y, DRESS GOODS. 25c 39c 7lA 50C silk and 3S-iall wool 46m. all wool 50'in. all wool .;o-in- 75c 50C Spc Si 39C Novelties, were 39c; wool Novelties, were 50c; Henriettas, were 50c; Serges, were 60c; Brown Bcrge, was St; Silk Warp Lansdown, was 51.25; choice lot of Novelty Dress Goods, were Si; choice of any Novelty Dress Goods, were Si; Si finest printed French Challies, were 50c; 3S in. all wool . n. & S2.25. BLACK GOODS. 39c yard for 38-in- '7lAc 50c " 46-in- . " " 11 60c Coc 11 1 " it m.r $1 35 " " all wool Serges and Henriettas, were 50c; ' " " " were 60c; . .jo-inSilk Warp Henriettas, were 75c; in. Moire Crepon, were 85c; 40 42 in. wool Grenadine, was S5C; Pricstly's best figured Henriettas, were Si; Coin. Waterproof Cravancttc Serge, was $2; . DRESS SILKS. yard for all Silk Printed China Silks; fine China Silks, worth Coc; IVA 32in. plain China Silks, were C5C; 50c 3G. in. extra fine real Japanese Silks, were S5C; 75c ' Cheney's finest Printed Chinas, were $1; 59C new printed Taffeta Silks, were Si; 73c ' Printed "Liberty" Silks, were Si; new 73c Swivel Silks, were 50c; 3JC Black Brocade Taffetas, were S5C; C7c 19c !4-i24-11- WASH GOODS. ioc yard for Genoa Crepes, have been 20c; 11 best 3 in. Penangs, were S'$c; 7c 11 best 3Cin. Penangs, were i2,'jc; 10c best Printed Blue Ground Pk., were 15c; IOC finest Krench Organdies, were 40c; 29c Irish Lawns, worth I2c; 40-ichoice of any ioc Ginghams; Sergctte Cloth, was 20c; 32-i14c 1 -n. CURTAINS. Si. 75 pair Ruffled Muslin Curtains, 2.25 1 1 4. 11 .1 2.50 1. 11 11 11 00 " Figured Madras Curtains, were S2.50; ii 3.00; 11 3.25; 1.50, 1 1 1 1 2.00 3.50 5.00 4.00 " Chenille Porticrres, were " Silk Curtains, were " Irish Point Lace Curtains, were 3.00; 4.00; .50; 5.00. COMING DRIVES. Ladies' Fancy Lisle and Silk Hose were Si per pair will be sold at will be put out at 5c. The celebrated 59c. Japanese Fans were 15c Brooklyn Bridge, 30 feet long, made of fine soap, at 2j4c a cake. Great Ribbon Sale, Shoe Sales and others. Don't Fail To Come ! Bb sure to eee me at Stanford before you sell your wool, or Jess Rout at Price!. W or Win. Itout at Morelaud, or I Miw. J. C. McClauy went to Mercer at Hustonville. Win. Moreland. yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. J. It. Bailey. Wanted. 100,000 lbs. of wool. Top Miss Kvei.yn M. Buchanan, a Crah prices guaranteed. Call on mo at Orchard beauty, is the guest of Mies or John Ellis at Hustonville, or J. M. Durham at Middleburg. F. M. The following prices will draw like a mustard plaster, for this is posiMim Supik Laei.i:y is agisting her Ware. tively the lowest prices ever made on these goods. -brother. I'oin Lneley, hi the depot at All persons indebted to a A. A. WarIIqmImhI, its clerk. ren are requested to settle immediately. Mi.- -. W. 11. Wiiiuht, of West Kml, is Thohe having tliBi' Htof her daughter, Mie. P. W. please tile them claims agrinet him J.will properly veritled. B. Ht the Myers House. Grt Paxton, iiEsignee. Mips Helen Tiiuhmoni), who has been Ginghams that sold for ioc now go at teaching at Nolin, has had to givo up Our great sale of sample shoes haa Ginghams that sold for i2Cc and 15c now go at ioc. her school to stay with her father. been the talk of the town; no wonder Ginghams that sold at 15c and iSc now go at 121c. Munsics. M. 1). Hid KB und A. A. when we are selling $.150 and $4 shoes Warren went to Crab Orchard last night and slippers for Jl 93. Another lot just Ginghams that sold at 25 cents go now at only 18 cents. to institute a lodge of Knights of Honor, received. B. F. Jones it Son. Mit. T. W. Gii:k 1)bs gone to Wiscon If you arc judge of goods you will surely appreciate this, Call in We were in error in stating that the sin, to bell maps ami cuarts lor tno American Book (Jo. His addrecs is Madison. drug storeB here could sell liquor on pre- and see our bargains. scription or otherwise till November. M11. John M. Rkii is steadily improvis now able to sit up. Mrs. Breck They can not sell in any way after the ing and Jones and children will return to St. ordinances adopted are printed and post ed, and they are now in the hands of the LouiH Mit. C. B. Knulkman, wife and daugh- printer. Mas. W. B. O'Bannon is thinking of ter, Mary Cobb, of Upper Garrard, are visiting Mr. Kngleman'a brother's fami- instituting suit for heavy damages against the Interior Joiminal for callly, Mr. John Kngleman. Du. L. F. Huffman, of Leiington, was ing her last baby a girl, when it is a of the Central great big boy. As all the other children elected Kentucky Dental Association, just or- ate girls and this is the first boy, she and ganized at Lexington. the doctor are very proud of him. Mahy and Mahciarkt Walkkk, Mkbks April closed another successful year To show the most marvelously pretty and the most marvelously of Garrard, took the train here yesterwith us and to celebrate we will give day to join Mr. and Mrs. J. Cam Hays in the city of Stanford. There is away on Saturday, May 12, a nice alum- cheap stock of goods ever offered at Kureka Springs, Ark. inum thimble to each lady and an alum- no better stock of Wash Dress Goods to be found in any market than Misses Mahy and Fannik Adams and inum collar button to each gentleman we have and every new thing is to be found on our counters as fast as I" mm Morse, of the West End, paid this calling at our store after 9 a. m. You they come out. The range in price otlicu a pleasant call Tuesday, and one don't have to buy a cent's worth to get heart, at least, was mado glad. gift. It is absolutely free. Danks, Mn. II. C. Farhib is quite sick of ma- the tbe Jeweler. Far-rilarial fever. Ilia brother, Mr. M. J. Wm. Seterance resigned tho position and Mr. Win. Gilmore, of Danville, Per yard in every new weave. Since the weather has opened up we of county court clerk last Monday and were up to see him Wednesday. we exMit. J. S. Hick, agent and telegraph Thomas B. Spalding was appointed in have had a big trade, and now that Coxey is in the lock-uoperator of Stanford, and one of the best his stead to fill out tho unexpired term, pect to do more than ever. Don't buy until you at least see our in the State, accompanied with his wife, gave bond and is now acting as such. stock. Our Shoe and Clothing stock must be of the best because we visited Mr. F. B. Carr and other relatives William and his father, who is now dead, have had a big trade in these lines, and when we can't fit or suit you have held this oflice for 25 years and in Richmond Inst week. Climax. We carry Dit. P. W. Logan arrived from Knox" were popular gentlemen. Lebanon Fal- we take your measure and have them made by a tailor. ville Wednesday. Ho has rented the con. Youug Severance is a nephew of the nicest line of old Welch property at Crab Orchard and Mr. Joe Severance, of thin place. will remove hia family thereto about the The Marney it McGowen Tnclo Tom loth, owing to the ill health of several Cabin Co. gave a more than average permembers of it. formance of that dixgUHting old chest Tiir Itich Hill, Mo., Mining Herald nut here Wednesday night. A law ought Satins, Satin Duches and a big line of Silks for Waists, besides everypayB a glowing tributo to S. T. Broad-duto be enacted prohibiting its rendition, brother of Mrs. John W. ltout, who in Laces and Braids to be found. We also have in stock a com" hut as long as it draws like it does, man- thing is a caudidatu for clerk of Bates county. agers will continue to keep it on the plcte line of White and Neglige Shirts and Gents' Underwear of evThe same paper pays that Gov. Francis, road. The company closes ery grade, for boys and men. Our stock of Tics, Gloves and Hoswho is a couisin of the same lady, will and then the proprietors will start on iery is in good shape and cheap. You can buy more goods be a candidate for Congress in n St. Loua tenting tour with the same play. is district. for the money than you ever bought in your life and we are the men Mh. 0. W. Mktcalk, of Pineville, well At nn impromptu shooting match on that can furnish them. known here, has announced his candi- Wednesday afternoon the Misses Baugh-madacy for Secretary of State. In religion demonstrated the fact that for genand politics ho is a Democratic Metho- uine marksmanship they are the peers dist, with no war record worthy of no- of any ladies yet heard from in handling tice. "I was born too lato to join the a rifle; Hon. J. N Saunders that he is a Confederate army," says he, "and I havo Kentuckian in the use of fire arms; Hon. never been religious unough to fight in Harvey Helm, "tho Tall Sycamoro of the a Salvation army and I am too busy to St. Asaph," that ho is Dr. Carver No. 2, cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. list in Coxey's army." while a reporter of thia paper proved Well Selected, adds 25 per that you must not fool with him if yon My stock is sure to please you in CITY AND VICINITY. don't want to get shot at and hit in a See our gift ad. Danks, tho Jewel- vital point. er. The dwelling occupied by Mrs. BenGerman millet seed at W. II. Ilig- - jamin Kubanks, near Hubble, and ownVargins'. ed by her sons, Messrs. J. C. and Mack A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, waa burned on Wednesday at nishes, &c. SlIEEi' shears at W. II. Wearen & Kubanks, 10:150 a. M., together with most of its Co.'s. contents. Mrs. Kubanks waa doing her New silver Turquoia rings at Danks. Spring cleaning and had thrown .1 good Only 50c. Get one. Before Spring Cleaning. deal of paper, etc., into tho flro and as Screen doors and windows made to tho blaze waa first discovered on the roof, it is thought that it caught from the order. A.C.Alford. burning tinder. It was a fine, two story You will find tho best stock and lowest building and comparatively new. Insuprices at A. It. Penny's. rance 115,000 on tho dwelling nnd ?500 kinds of aweet potato plants at on the contents, both in the Koyal, of Three Liverpool. 25 cents por 100. O. J. Newlaud. IRST I ,TJT I llT It INGHAMS Mc-Klnn- ey 1 11 7c. 11 SEVERANCE & SON. vice-preside- Always Eeady. From 5c to s, 50 Cents p Silks in Soralis, Wash Slks (KlDires s, to-da- y n HUGHES & TATE. : WALL PAPER - DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. YOUR REPAIRING DONE A. H. FZN1T7, Druggist. KA1T3S Caruiaok paints, harness oil, machine oil, all kinds at W. B. McltobortB. mm Some time ago wo published an item that depositions wero being taken to the nearest of kin of Joe McKin-ney- , of California, a wealthy negro, whose mother holonged to the father of Mrs. Cloo Bogle. Slio married an Alcorn afterwards and had three sons, Timothy, Jim Ben and Dudley, who now live In Louisville, and these half brothers of 0 the deceased will now receivo tho by Joe, the court at Stockton, left Cal., haying decided that he was of unsound mind, or was unduly influenced in the making of hia will in favor of a local physician. $40,-00- Genuine John B. Stetson $2.4S, fi.OO hat at 15. only ono to & Son. n customer. F. Jones Cu. Enbslin, tho tanner, will he before tho court houso in Stanford next court day to swap leather for hides. m OD.nsrxni.x.B, - EasrarxTOKz-s-- j eainplo hata juat received Over styles and shapes, no two alike. latest We have hata to suit everyone at leas than manufacturer's prices, $4 etUIs at $2.50, Ac. B. F. Jonea & Son. 800 TRUNKS, VALISES, STRAW HATS Neckwear & Underwear SUMMER -- AT- : H. J. IVIcROBERTS. fc Semi-Weekly Interior Journh AT Published Evory Tuoadny and Friday S3-Wh- in not no pat J Sa.fiO will be chatted." K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Kowiand at At 5:10 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. 7:00 a, returrjlng he Farm of Are cordially invited to call nt the St Asaph caterpillar. Subsequent observation and Hotel and evamino the machine, at well as sam pies of its work McMUItKAY IIIIOS. Land, Acres ,.3iAm discoveries, however, have enabled m J X Ktatilard, Ky ,..9 36 3 ta to Hceertain bevond a doubt that the catAbout 75 Actwln cultivation Pew, the remainder South.. .. l jpm grau, situated 4 mil s from Crab Orchaul ! erpillar when full grown prepares a kind The lattertrams alio carry passengers. miles from htanlord and mile from Celar reek vou ari: Tba above it calculated on standard time. Solsr ciiiKcVbrend looking excrescence of a Million, un the I.. & N railroad Two story trnme Ime is about 10 minutes faster. house, four rioms.Hlso dining room and kitchen, waxy nature on a small imb of tho tree Coin., Cholera and I'iarrhitM Remedy lie torches Ac, good cistern, smokehouse, an Ice tQ Q. Qf tl)(jir well in 40 minlr muse. double ciblii in corn QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. the wild cherry, poso1 to n i,, w5m,( collgostion lwlltt) stys she wasFor rale by Dr. S G. after taking the cribs, two buggy housessard, larce btrn. twoShop, I am upon which they Mocker, Diug ard a lllaiksniith lirttdose lust ba.lt from the cities with a largo and applu and other fa- - if not actual disease. A good per cent gist. Stanford Tools, Ac. 'Hie farm will be nflrrcd ill two tracts i si , k 01 Mll, cie. which I Going North trains piss Junction City as fo- the crab apple, the nudasawhele. Land notes will bear interest sell eliiMper than evor Miss INKKY, Jari3 a will I. sura sullows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vesvorite trees, and that this excrescence of this can bo aoided first by provid-ha- s il In 6 perior liumnrr Iroin Cincinnati, hispngak'ed wilh iretn Jan. 1, 1815, six per cent. tibule Limited t 15 p. m Local i top. m. Florida A llousohold Trouauro 19 months nnd months ; one third in mc and I can Ruatrniee satisfaction in every parmany holes, resembling those of a i ing dry sleeping quarters and nc.vt hav- Limited 3 at. a m ticular, tall aadsee my tjooils D W Fuller, ol Canajohanc, N, V., says that 18 months, flood school in 5, mile of house. bo nth N O, Vestibule Ji tS p. m. Florida thimble, and that in each of these holes ing their eating plaeo well protected 7 Alderner cons with elites. he always kecys Dr. Kind's New Discoirety in the MISS I.1CCIK I1F.AZI.KV, Limited ii. K.i m Local ti 35 p. rn. a cows and caltea. it deposits an egg, and when the warm from tho wind. Dry earth makes tho Iioum. and hi family would not be without it, if Vestibule arm es S 40 p. m Stanford, Ky, 5 cohs vithout calses best sleeping floor, with sufficient bed- pioriuable ij A II) keinan liruggisi, (.attkiii, a steer. days of Spring approach, the epgs hatch ding Disosery is sss to mako comfortable. Tire liedding und 'Ubtedly the lest C.iugn rcuudy; that he has male cow. and the young caterpillais, then very should Ik) changed sufficiently often 5 calvt has to UM?d it In h istolamuy lor cignt iuv. and ItWhy sows and pigs. for it small, move down to the fork of a tree keep clean, as u filthy bed breeds ver- iee filed do ill that is claimed tested Trial i,l shoats. not trv a r.n.edyso lone tried and male hog. and spin their web for a dwelling, ami min nntl often disease. bottle lies at A. R. I'enny'a Drug Store. ged Vraggy nvaietliat a lady can 1 work hiKses. site 301. and Si 00m lull stock ol IrHltatilfirnamentalTrws, rjr.pe feeding upon tho lungs of a trees (their It saves feed to havo tight feed in ir ilme. ",.,.e", s'n Krum. Shrubs, nd yiHingmare in faal by Ilackly's saddle harie floors for grain. These M.onld bo well of-Spoclmon Cases. leaves) do great damage to the trees, usually foutt.l ,n a nursery estabjishmifil. lis head of sheep u,,a hi(UHl P at Ml diiect to Ihr planter and have no aents. t Mifflciontly S II Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , was troubled 19 iambs. ten killing them, leaving them no .iings roofo1 IsissrK'tici on applicatlwi lloaselwld and kitchen furniture, farming uith Neuralgia aud Kheumatisiti; his stomach II r IlILLK.V.MKVl'.lt. with which to breathe carbon carbon .to l,roteet fr?m coldwimK A little care w as divordcred. his liver v as nlftcted to an alarmsuch at shot el and turntag plows, t hay keeping clean will aid materially in ing degree, appetite fell siwav aud he was terribly lake, mewing machine, t two hilise wsgoii, I.exiUton, Ky. being the very life ol a tree but death of i" rcdutedin riesh aud strength. Thrns bottlMoi rockaway, spring wagon, icons sheller. 00. n nmIllt ,u,t1B lu.altllt straw cutler, plow foil-t ru.hrr, t whoal fan, him. a man. Entirely denuded of their It is not by anv means neceary to Kleitili: Hitters ruredIlarrisbutg, lllin Ldward Jjhepherd, ttc. Alto a let ol bacon, laid, tlnegir.com hay, age, many trees are thus completely de- - confino tho hogs in close quarters. If running sere on his leg f eight jcars stand straw, etc. and el acres, well Also a l.lectrK Hitters ing sv O sTk stroyed by this pest. Hut thecaterpiller. well fed and comfortably sheltered and seven t'sed three bottles s ofArnica Salve and his bertd, 011 track of knob Undnear joCon s Oap, tins Utlenhcim piko told boxes of llucklcti now is no more. Tho unusually warm allowed tho run of a good pasture, they leg is sound and Hell' John Speaker, Catawba, separate To doors above Si cash. All overdue Janu Always on hand under large fever antes on Ins leg, doctors All O., had and delightful weather in March caused will mako a better growth than if cloe- - said he fie nuuralde One bottle ol HectiK arv 1, turns with Interest from day of Mle and was iV,rational security. con'lm'(1- ,Tho 1)r0(xl ows The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Arm ith young ri Hitters and one box llurklen's Penny,a drugs secured by the eecs to hatch prematurely; tho fearw ft iur.titN,Kv avo a place by themelves inred him entirely Sold by A K gist Can b bad In the market. Pikes lower than the ful fretza that followed killed all the cat- - PP A cream of tarter baking pow- erp.llnra.n this locality and perhn ps wliilo tho growing pig- -, or what are loesi Mosira nB cods a specially. Call and tiamnie Uffoio bultc nsiwl, shoul(1 ha,e der. Highest of all in leavening throughout tho county, perhaps through- ,AV DAVIS DUDDKKAR. a plnco to til0llIeiVlWt Whero any t Mrs. Kate Duddrrar, Manager Latest United States strength. Slanlord, Ky the State; none escaping, except sidornblo number of hogs arc allowed to HOUSE COMMrkCIAI. III.OCK Government Food Report. - sleep together, where juxtaposition to buildings allordthey will pile up too F. B. RIL,EY.JProprlotor, ' KOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., ed unusual protection. I am a close closely for breath. The surest way to - Kontucky. AS ASSIGNEE OF student of nature, her works and her prevent this is to divide them up into London, 100 Wall Stroot, New York. I hare mosed to my new Hotel ami am blt laws, and I have seen but one nest of lots. In thi way the fattening hoscim be pn.shed, tho growing pigs ean be kept jrepartd than ever to accoramodaie the public since attached Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., caterpillersanother tho freeze, and they thrifty, nnd tho sowt with young pigs j cod Lis cry me a call. and every conveuieccs Gisc man's orchard, two can bo well fed, each were in I ollir for sale prisattly his without interferFRANK KII.EV. 77 Miners and shippers of the GENUINE IiKALKK IN- miles from my house, and I bursted a ing with the other. Prairie Farmer. WHOLE STOCK of GR00ERIES, suspender in climbing for and destroy-- 1 Aftrnpbuekled nronnd n horso's jaws Ladies, Your Attention, Please. At . on rrasunaVf tllrr tBj ing them. Look now at the leaves on i ml The sUkV. hat : Try it. We are the sole agents lor Slanlord Jsnd Jueti cleared o( all damaged joois, the wild cherry, crab apple and apple fo tight as to just leavo him room to Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing. When tho trees, how fresh, how vigorous, how un-- 1 breathe will &tip cribbing. Is in First My Stock Millinery 6 Condition HIGGINS & WATTS. niiimnl bites nt tJie wootl, his mu&cles marred by the caterpillers. and lots led Iss oae uf hr mi dosirahl sian.lt n it expand and tighten tho strap po that he It bei t rapidlv oi'vnc'I and haveembraces Mils h ai;rc)' l th dailr the elty encased ttetly and stylish. A. S. be If the fruit growers and farmers gen- cannot breathe comfortably. Ho stop aicts tiansrrred to purchatcsr ofstHk ami's a wU ha Stitt.of Cincinnati, to trisa forme Sne is source of rniistdcralletctrnuc i erally will take care to destroy what few biting in n hurry. Tho Mrnn closes also 111 of much cxpeneme and taste and Is sure to f x j SURGEO.V DENTIST. An etamioation goxls a Assignee. " caterjiillara escaped the freeze, we may his gullet, and ho cntinot suck air into uted.satisfaction MRS IOKIK1 ofClHKI.s to 10 OJSco over McRobcrts Drug Store In the c Owsley Building. never have this destructive insect again, his stomach. It is this sucking air into Stanford to mar the beauty of our shade trees tho stomach that injures tho cribbing ll0rS0- - Tll R,raI' umt off when and destrov the fruit bearing ones. JOHNSON'S ' is kiiij, or traveling, only I also have the pleasure to announce Jh? hor I" W GREEN, I'ropnrtur MAGNETIC OIL! Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars ' AND Instant Killerof Pain. that there are a good many apples still bo put on cr , 21,' off in moment, : Internal and External. alive, not however, from new buds, : : Kontucky. Cnrei KHKl'MATISM, NKt'ltAI. m Headquarters lor almost anything OIA. Ijhul- Hack, Sprain. Ilrules. where the premature buds were killed, ; I am still Points. tRCKAMI S lu'nut.j . Cholera lint frnm Inula rlmf trnrn hnrkwnril mill runriinc this lloiel aad ., riup.IM)ther!a, bore 1 troat, on K'v points! Ianc P. Tillii)hnt, writing in The want. When you want afirst-clas- s will at wellue t the bettmy kwsis thealTurds. alien had not developed to such an extent as MsBKCsiUusLbI you jIinADAtlll as Ly lunir.c. twn as thc market that the Plyin 7IIR HORSE BRAND. to have their coats und vests thrown Fanciorh' Review, t outh Rock conusii'-are'leing thepljin Special Attention to tho Travelthemost Powerful and Penetrntlncl.iuiiucmfnr Mm. back so as to let in to the fruit the unumeal for 25c, call on him. or Iluast In existence. Large (1 eui Tic, uOc. clze Wc frolid, nil around littMiica.'i fowl diairu1 ing Public. SOLD TO sual freeze. JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. on farms. Ho would, howevir, jjiv it ALL POINTS: Medicated and Toilet. The Great Skin Curo and When you want a it Let us hear from Squire Murphy and nu infusion of White Indian ir.uao turnout come to my Face Beautifies.', Ladios will flud it o ino-- i OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, dalloato and highly perfumod Toilet Soap ou others through your paper, that we may blood to get the hreiot dovelopn.eiit the market. Itla absolutely pure. Make tho WISCONSIN, eklnsoft and velvety and restores Uie lot com- - know thc fate of the caterpillar and pros- wanted by market men. This kind f Prices to suit the hard times, Call or lease Older Is a luxury the Bath for fowl, .Mr. Tillinghnt iielioves, wnnU' Filexlon Itching, clean for thoecnlp nnd Infants, pect for fruit throughout the county-F- . es at the Myers Route Orhcc proaotcj Stanford, Ky. MISSOURI, KANSAS, U10 do for egg production, broiling and of hair. Price 25c. For sale by F. BonniTT. roasting. , NEBRASKA, COLORADO, A. R.PENNY. Ky. spring so that A dispatch from Washington says Protect your NATIONAL BANK ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, that Col. Breckinridge wat never a pop- the animals cannot foul it. VOU ARE GOING., OK STANFORD. KV. .IF --sv It is possible that the tulR'rculo-- i. ular man in the House. In the first TEXAS, --sv place, he was too brilliant a speaker, and fad may go too far. Thero is .such :t k Capital Stock- S0BTH-WEWEST, in the second place, he was regarded as thing as overdoing this business of ,.THK.. ..- Surplus I am nsw readr ti dellser manufactuitd Ice slightly arrogant. There is no sympa- slaughtering valuable cows. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS Iron the Stanford lactary locuiiemrtt rreulsilv A story i going tho round of how n thy expressed for Miss Pollard. She is Attention of the public is invited lo th fac every mornliik at the rate ef HITl LII.N I.S AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. Bavarian farmer fattened his stock not I'EK Hl'.NHKEH I'OLND LOIS and over, and thai this is the only National Hank in Stanford the type of women who Hi to about the only on dried Miiall, Under the provisions of the National Dink Act at 7;c in smaller luls. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE tender twigs, which depositors ate secured not only by the capital E IIKEMKII, Staeford Capitol in gauze stuffs, and who has looks reasonable, but even 011 wood to nock, but by thc s'ccaholders1 liability a waylaid many a pious statesman in his shavings Of coure it i the thing to adsmount equal to the slock, so that depositors ol this institution ate secured by a fund of $400,000 time. mire his ingenuity and economy, but 'ULIMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, five sworn statements ofthncondition of the bank Louisville 4 NatHviLLc R. R. are 3iade each ycario the United States govern-meSLEEPING AND DINING CfU President M. E. Ingalls, of the Big do not follow hi.s example. It won't and III assets are e.amined at old sianil ol J. II. Gicvn, in by government agents, thus securingstated lima Four and Chesapeake & Ohio, accompa- work in America. At the addmions SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE la the line for you, as its snd perfect safety to depositors, In EuroiM' the Aylo.-bur-y nied by Trallic Manager Walker, of tl e duck is tin - - Kontucky. This institution, originally established as tbs VORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI Hustonvillo, Deposit Hank of Slanlord In iljt, then latter road, will sail for Europe May 30, mo.-- t prolilic and therefore snot jMjpu ued as the National Hank ol hianfoid In iSot and Has just received a hoautiful line of CHEAPCST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. Make close connections at lar. for the purpose of purchasing additional sgain re organiredas the Klrsi National Hank ol an .,,t.LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ships to be added to the line naming Plant sweet corn for fodder for your wntc for imtfj. Mat- -, iccri.th Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Slanlord In M. has had nractieillvbetter suppliedruptedesistenceofii years It is , 'amphlctv to anytnlhm AKi'tit, or lit pigs in Augut. Jlal.e sutvc-- ii For all points. now with tsulities for tiantsctinK business prompt between Newport 2s'ews and European BUSGO, u w B ntviLL, Call and see his slock and ret his pikes which ly aud liberally than ever allcn mull, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. so that you will l.ot run out. (in-eand low IIAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH ports. v'l r..rirrI iti, HI. .irt id Tt.i.ll.i l'.. 1. areharot-ss-el than anybody s Mjouwanta nice set honorable caieer Accountsbefore in its long fiduof corjiorations f..ilU-will .Imve bweot corn earn and a vhlp or adustcr KiiiMikt, cf tun hhi.ii, liniMikl. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully For any information e.iquire of Wanatnaker's life is insured your hogs on toward fattening wonderJohn JOES. RICE. Agent, The Directory ol this Hank is compoiea ol f jr S1,700,0G0, by far the largest amount Or Stanford, Ky fully. W. A. McQUOW.V, Trav. Pass. Agent, Forestus Rpul, Lincoln county ; of insurance carried by any American, Sugnnucho connly, Colo., ha one Junction City, Ky S, T Harris, I.lnrolc, and with one or two exceptions, proba- farmer who makes money raising h p. (. A. Lackey, Lincoln; A. G. Lanhaa bly the largest amouut carried by anyJohn B. Casttemaa. J. W. Ilaydfii, Stanlard; body in the world. The premiums on Stock of Goods Just Received. S II. Haughman.tLincoln, A tiliosplintv has been J. S. llockcr Stanford; this enormous sum amount to 590,000 everv dc'sim. of Rockinr Chairs oir could wish for. such as Rat- W A. Trlltblr, Stanford, rovereil in Hrnilley county, about 20 tan, lioston. Veranda, Reception, Vienna, Cut Oak and Elm Dinner, annuallv. M I). Klmure, Stanford, i . 1 1 1 1 sr iiih vein, so Four children of James Taylor, of milCH irom uiiatianooLM. rr . T. I'. Hill.Stanlord. West Tnion, O , were bitten by a rabid far hs known, is 10 fret widu and aliout K. L Tanner, McKinnoy; Mt. Vernon d?g and three of them can not live. The OinilcH lontr. Bed Lounges, Couches and Hcautiful line of Large Mirrors, Pictures, J. S Ilocker, President; dog was bitten by a mad dog several John J. McRoberts, Cashier; Kaslet, Sideboards, Mattresses and Springs. In fact you can find weeks be'ore and the neighbors of Mr. A. A. Mc Kilmer, Assistant Cashier. most of the Taylor plead with him to kill the canine, but he postponed it till after the above. Capt. Cornelius Nye, a pensioner of Mill MANAGERS, the war of 1812, recently celebrated his Co Connected with the furniture line in my store. You will find that my And 73 Acres of Land. Commerce Building, Louisville 9sth birth day anniversary at bis home prices will revive that once indifferent and sluggish demand for Furin Lynn, Mass. He has lived under evLINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT niture. Call and see my stock. Agents throughout the South. Isnowfully organued and ready for business wilh ery president and voted first for James Farmers Hank and Ttust Company of Stanford,' .vi uuaucrar james.v h.y , nil .asainsi Monroe and last for Benjamin Ham-eoHudderjr and Ann Oudderar, Uelts Paid up Capital of - ..133pm 11 51 Mail tram going North " South Kxprais train " South " " " North r.ocal Freight North.. U37PQ pea Bobbitt, Caterpillars and Apples. (To the EdttorofThe Interior Journal. Cbau Oiichap.1), May 0. Several years ngo I wrolo a letter to your papar upon the cnterpill.ira That letter was quoU'il nxteuaively throimhout the North hy papers devoted to horticul ure and lpecially tlitl the press of that comthe State of Ohio munication. In that letter I repented a mistake under which I ntid a ntimher of others had labored for years, that a larce brownish butterfly was the parent of the, frult-".rowin- g. Shrltrr Tor llnj;. j I Tho hop Is injured moro by wet weather than by cold weather. One of tho most important items in nrrnnging shelter for hops is to Imve it dry. Tho particular plan or htylo is not bo important I'etsous v. ho sympathize with thc nflllctcd wilt as dryness and reasonable warmth. rrjouc lih 1) E. Carr, of ijjj Harrison atrret, More than anything olso tho hog from Kansas City llnisanold Rheumatism, but has not t"rciofotc liron should protect from wind and water. Motor he went up troubled in this climate. Tho roof should bo uinrio tight. Hy till, into isconsln and in consequence has had aning in threo or four inches inside and other attack "It came upon me again very aculp swelled and providing good drainage uuNidu dry nndsetere,' he said. to'.My joints almost to look became inflamed sore touch and of mv mcthcr-in- sleeping quarters may readily bo secur- at noli thc urgent latv, tilril Chamberlain a Pain Halm to reduce ed. the swollirg and eac thc pain, and to my gre ruHogs l)od closely together. If kept in ble surprise it did both I have used tint soe he the for hollies and it n good thrifty conditiou, tho bodily heat rheumatism, believe and to swellingsfinest thtnir lor extant " pains ls retained moro easily than with any sale by Dr. ;. G Mocker, Druggist, Maolord other clnsa of stock. If they aro com-o- l with hit A l n wet P?elget Rteainingin wnrm. bod they will ious ladr at Tooleya,C La, was ascry sick Chumbrr-laln- " prominent mcr culic when M. of ten Then, if thev chant of the 10 n gave her a little of tur-net-s We arc authorised to announce Dr S F Scot, ol Illue RUlce. Harriion covintv, Mo., savs, "For whcoplni; cobgn, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ii ex celhrnt." ity using It freely I IS. cunscthe disease Is deprived of all dangerous Hemp- - I - A candidate for Representative In Congress, sub-uThere it no danjjer in shine the sc j jtrt , he iCtl0 0 thc lj,.mocratlc party of the to babl . as it contains nothing Injurious and so cent bottles lor salo by l)r S. O llockcr, I j..iehth Congressional Instri. t ol Kentucky j Druggist, Stanfcd I I J I IJOI1. AS. lUCtJKUAltY DR. W. B. PENNY DcntlNt. Office South Side Main St , In office recently vacated hy Hr. l,ec F. lluliman, Stanford, Ky. ...SAM'. OF aulti-rc- r Inllnm-mator- y Itt Land, Stock, Crop, &c. As F.xecutor of W M lllggins, deed. sell at public auction on the premlsss on 1 Mavis Vertical Feed Sowing Machine Are ihi because "hey run lighter and ean do will a greaterlvl variety ef work than any other sewiug machine, 'the 1 I Tliursclny, Itlay 31, 1894, Ladloo of Lincoln County 'I 234 of fp 111 1 I . Ti-- fd, Hespoolfally Invitod. lllue-ltra- ss One-lhir- 111 one-lhl- td lllue-Gra- is , 1 year-ai- d 1 m Bakincr ,1 Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Kegu-la- r 1 1 1 ! ! - lt 1 K I 1 1 1 1 tr-a- Msoafely rowder Post-Oltie- I Pure J sM - con-ou- THE RILEY I i R, WiiMIia'lls -- A. A. WARREN Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, Fancy Groceries, of 1 -- Class I rttry-tnin- e Foreign and Do I ( ' j tn' I!4si2 , r NORFOLK RAILROAD. mestic Fruits, Tho Myers House, mm - Mor-w- 1.Ii-wJk- i C WESTERN TICKETS Stanford, 1 11 tffiJ8?58&!2 firit-cla- 1 R ZIMMER. LIVERY STABLE. Stanford, pa-tn- re FIRST WORTH WEST, KORTH-WES- T, S1 ICE, ICE. CARPENTEB, n $200,000 21,300 CiSr NORTH AND EAST. J D. S. nt Double Daily Trains Tiim.-Titi.ie- plnnt-iiig.- s T Ii-- r , solic-te- d 1 NEW and COMPLETE 1 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. tl'fl-IMo- st insurance Company uaK, wainiiE ana r merry oearoom suites, r-i- Commissioner's Sale BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Valuable Property, COinFOMTB (IDF M(DM!H Farmers RanMTrnst W. A. TBIBSLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. n. MERCURIAL Mr.J.O. Jones, of Fulton, Ark., says of SRIRS "About tea years ago I tracted a Bovero case of blood poison. Leading physicians prescribed medicine after medicine, which I took without any relief. I also triod mercurial and potash remedies, with unsuo con-BsBBs- ff RHEUMATISM cessiul results, but which brought on an attack of morcuriai rheumatism that g mado my lifo ouo of agony. After four years I gavo up all remedies and commenced using 8. 8. S. After taking several .bottles, I 'was entirely cured and able to reeumo work. is the greatest medicino for suf-orin- The contract for a new graded school building nt Richmond has been let. It will be (our stories high, containing S rooms, besides a gymnasium, and will he by far one of the handsomest school buildings in Central Kentucky. Mrs. Maggie Kennedy, an alleged spiritualist medium of Baltimore, has sued Moritz Scherraan Ifor $10,000 for nlauder. Sherman said Mrs. K. was not a medium, but a common old thing. Nebraska Populists propose a novel campaign. They will boycott the railroads aud drive to the State convention in wagous, holding political on the way. Richard Croker has resigned from the leadership of Tammany. camp-meetings Notice of Sale Hy virtue of a judgment and order ot sale herein at the October term, 18)3, cf this court, the under. signed Commissioner will en W. W. WITHERS. Monday, June nth, ut 1894, 17 m Surplus, $200,000. I'lOOO. . tho nn KSSbI blood" market." poisoning to-da- y on TrcatiM on Illood and Skin Diseases mallad fivrurrSJfXcnrio Co., Atlanta, Oa. free. The beat salve la the world tor cuts, bruiiess ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sorea, tetter, chap-pa- d hands, chilblains, corna and all skin erup tiom. It positively cures piles, or no pay required. It s guaranteed tojjive perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prieo 15 cents per box For sale by A. R. Penny, Slanlord, Ky. Buc itn'sArnlca Salve. County court day for Lincoln county, toll at public outcry to tho hignrst and lest bidder, the A tract following dftcnbvd property, ol Land in Lincoln county, on the waters of I)u containing 73 Acres and bounded as folKiver, lows: North hy the lands of John T aylor, South and East b the Un s of Henry Travlor and West bv the lands of C. M. Spoonamore. but for a more particular description ot the lauds by metes and bounds, the judgmeut of sale herein Is relerred to. This tract of land includea the valuable Mill Property known ss Duddcrar's Mill, the dwelling house and other improvements. The other three tracta mentioned in the judgment aud directed to be told will not be sold, for the reason that they have heretolore been disposed of an J plaintiff has received the benefit thereof. The whole, or so much s will be necessary, of the 73 Acre Tract will be sold as will satisfy the debt of plaintiff lor $S 333.03, with 6 per cent, inunti paid, and the further terest fiom July 3. sum of (1,071.74, with 6 per cent tntsrest from Ju ly 8, i8?j, until paid, and its coats herein expended, subject to a credit ol 4,418.31, paid January 13, 1814, proceeds of Hbliclaw's notes. Tho sum to be raued to cover plaintiff's debt and all costs to day of aale, $4,101.23. Terms of bale: A credit of ilx months. Hond with approved personal security with six per cnt. interest from day ol sale, having the force and effect of a judgment and payable to the Com'r. Lien AIUIKN, R. C. retained. Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. s 109 l.tw.i 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? irt'li' Ikmesis that thsQiiem snl CrnrrtiX rttnlt is tt mil's sfinrt.tt lluclcna'l an I I.ralufiua it islles ihurttst Cladunstl la rte.ll uuluujll t.i Nivr iirltaiu; KSiuJI.ssliuiu.l L'isciuiuiltii Ctistuuuvsa,Atlauu,ur Jacksuavllls, KUiriia. SUCCKSSOH to Tim LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANKORD, Now closing up) with the same aissts and undti ihesame management. Dy provisions of its chailer, depositora are at ' depositors in National Banks, its shareholder held individually liaoleto the eatcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ta amount invested In auch shares. It may actaa executor, administrator, trustee, 4c, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buisincss lo us while mnaglnir the Lincoln National Hank ol btanrojd, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busineu with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt alias-lio- n to same, our twenty yeara' experience banking and as libtral accommodations at arc con-it sistent with sound banking. 1 SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS letwecnalfof Ihs aHovs iWott. Throneh Tars In Vltkiknra an I Shret-.r- s. Daly Una ruunln tLrooeh rare t'lntlanati ta Kauivllls ant Aiii.fllle. S V. DlrMt line tn T.suanl tleslro via New Orlcani ,r via Shreveport. Ask wtnts sImiu! tours to Callfumla. J'ruin Loulafllle. an t l.awrenr.burir, direct roantctlua Is mads at LeaiDf tan with v ssUbaUJ trilaj I j Ul pvlutt Suutb, W. C. Itl.VEAnSO.V, J.J. i9i Williams, Ml. Vernon; S. II, Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; DIltECTORi: J. K.; Cath, Stanford; t, Gca'l 1'ass'r Ajsat, Clsciaaatl. O. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. M William Gooch, Suulord; A. W. Crpenter,-Mlllol;evlIlKj W. II. Cumiutnt, Pikchenills) S. H. Shanks, President, Dr.TJ.'H. OwiIeyJCa.hier, W. M. Blight, Ttlr. 'y