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Kor the Kentucky l'reaa Association Mipses Helen Taylor, Heulah meeting nt Frankfort the following pronnd Kan Admna visited MIsh gram id iinuounciMl: Xa'init) Kennedy. Wednesday, JUNK 0. -The snow last Sunday morning 3 r. M "Tlie Journalist in I'olMcs," made the farmers oyes spread wider than Don I). Htngo, Hartford Herald. nuy freak of nnturu haa dono lately. Paper by Mtb. Ktiiiua Walker Herr, Miss l!eHie Mooru ia visiting friends Subject to be Lexington Observer. in Danville this week. Mr. Moae Cook cboBCMi. returned from Paris with tho latest styleB "Historical Sketches of tliu Afcflndn-tloti- ," in wouu'Iih' hats. J. W. Hopper, Courier-Journal- . Mr. W. K. Williams is a candidato "Stop My Paper," 1). H. Wallace, War-hu- v for trustee in the Ilustouvillu public Independent. school district. He ia n Henniblo, con"Work of a Mountain liditor," J. J. servative, good man and will mako n Dickey, Jackson HtiHtlor. good trustee. 1:30 i' M. lIxeurHlon, in charge of If the trustees of tbu town would Entertainment Committer, to polnta of repeal ttioir hog laws and let the hog go internal. at lurge, tliey would do the town a great 0 p. . Inception lit the Governor's good, nnd promote the general healthful-iu'h- h uinntdou. of the place. THURSDAY, J UN i 7. They do cay that Dr. Drown ia going D:30 a. M. Klection of ofllcera and othto California. Wonder if ho is going er hiifliuftt). Middle McIIune with him. He "The Wotuau Iluportt'r," Mien Klvlrn to take told the repot tor IahI week thai it was Louiavillo Timea. Syilnor Miller, Georgo nil mtulu up and ready between them. bo Van-Aradulo STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1894. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. NO. 25 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I- - Circuit court is in session, Judge A Circuit court begins here next MonII. Clark, presiding; W. II. Ramsey, Com day. inonwealth's Attorney. No important Dr. Lovell has his stone cases have been tried yet. quarry. Th students of Laurel Seminary A child of Harrison Pitman died The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your gave n free exhibition at Jackson's Opera Monday. IIoubo Tuesday night. The house was A tower will be ndded to the crowded to overflowing, nnd tho pro Institute buildini:. graiumo was a splendid one, enjoyed and The band boys will play for the decencored. oration day exercises. Alf Bright, who M said to bo in the Tho Pittsburg club came down Sat- School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. liquor business near AlUmont, gotdrtink urday, but rain prevented tho game. in town Tuesday and shot n pistol on Tho town marshnlship ia still In n Main street in London. It wasn't three muddle. We don't know whether thete minutes until ho was In the hands ot is a mnrahal. Call and see us. ollkvrs. Wils Denny, tho prophet, Baid two Editor Ed Smith was here during weeks bko that a snow would fall here tho week. You may call him any name before Juno 1st. vou want to, but there la one thing cerMr. A. O. Carr has bought tho Jack tain them is no compromise in him so Adama homestead and will erect n line GO TO far as politics are concerned. He believes dwelling thereon. in straight goods and wants the yards Telegraph ollices Ht Parkavillo nnd wide and a few extra inches on the Rileys have been closed and an of lit o length. opened at Drumtleld. A constant reader of tho Intkhiok Mr. D. N. Williams got a good duckchosen, Paper on tmhject to For Your Charlie Green, the handsome young Joi'itNAt. requests me to say for the ben- ing in Roundstono Creek, by his horee V. Triplet!, Oensboro Inquirer. I'adu-ca- h man of your town, was up Friday on hia efit of Mr. Rout that tho 17th day of lying down in the water to cool ou". "Suppressing Xows," Arch Pool, wheel. Aa ho went through town yon May, 10 years ago, didn't come on SunIt is evident that the Louisville Post News. OulHido unit Its Kllects could almost huh girls' hearts Hying nfter day, and therefore ho is undoubtedly cartoonist doesn't know tho difference in "Tliu Patent on Atlvcrtlnlnit," J. S. Van Winkle, Som- )dm like bumblebees after the harvest mistaken about the snow and frost ou a caudle snuffer nnd nn extinguisher. that day, and also in regard to the corn mule. Mr. W. L, DeGraff, who was with us erset Reporter. Ativan-tagesThe collego girls spent Saturday nnd planting, Ac. The gentleman is old for some time, is pleasantly located at "PUto Mater, Ita Uses and Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting-- , Screen Wire and Fly T. II. Morris, Jessamine Jotirnnl. Sunday with Mrs. Gover, of Turnersville. enough to know, but I am nf raid ho wont Now Dutlalo, Mich., in tho jewelry busiFans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. ness. Paper on subject to be chosen, Uruco Mr. W. D. Chestnut and wife, of Dan- liko to read it. Win. Stott, of Bird Eye. Tenn., shot ville, W. C. Kelley, of Knoxville, and Wild strawberries are abundant Hnldeman, Courier-Journa"Boom Kilitlonii," CbarleH II. Hartt Mr. Whipp, of Liberty, wero in town and killed John Collins near Lily, Tues- hereabouts. Last Sunday we ratted oil day. Stott had married a young lady several inches of snow to reach this deSaturday. Morganihdd Sun. The Hecrh Grove Society will meet named Walker whoso family lived near licious fruit. be chosen, J. M. H, Paper ou aubjent to Friday night. 1 lie subject foNdebatu ia that place. Hia wifo had some misunTho largest anowflakes ever seen in HirdnhiatHI, La renceburg News. Thursday Afternoon Excursion to the atllriued, "That Dread and Bolter are derstanding with him and threatened to this county fell at 7 v. m. Saturday. Maleave and go to her father's. Collins was ny that fell were as large aa n gill cup, greater Nutritives than Biscuit and tlrat high bridge on Kentucky river. an English man, CO years of ago, nnd was others wero nearly three inches across It promised quite Interesting. Thursday Evening Hdl and banquet. boarding with the famllj nnd ollered to their surface. All come nnd hear it. Friday, Junk S. Jack Lawrence is back from the Ikcause my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank Concluding husiiifha session. The entertainment given nt tho col- - take the young o nan home, to which I II a. M. I. After he left Stott West. T. L. Heston is nt Springfield, them vety much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than Membership fee of f for each mem- - lege last Friday night was a great treat, am told Stott ";: He went to Mo. Miss Gertio Weber is visiting to get her inuot be paid to tho secretary before ' Nothing could please tho lovera of music followed on t'e n- U miles from Lily, friends. Mrs. O. J. Golden has June 1, an J the names of editors and more than tho old time melodies thnt where CoMim w called hi n m l the hotis nnd told returned to louiavillo. C3-OOZD- S so that were, played by tho music pupils. The Accompanying Indies reported him he hail notuuii: njiiust him. but Address "Inventor," box No. 1, this for transportation cn be is stage was decorated with Dowers, certilleatea sued. Mim Bettio Powell, accompanied by wanted to havo a talk with him. Wlien place for particulars regarding invention For you to select from. tl,r Daily papers will be two of her schooluntes from Texas, will Stott tot an opportunity h puled a p - j which will prove to Im of considerable representatives each; Betni.weekhes, l t'jl, piaced it to Collins' ha-- nnd hinw vilue to its iMiiers. An Electric Ligl t ,lfJIK, Fri(1 ., Mr 0 . , each, kncli representative may be "c .. ........ his brains out. This is the best informs Simmi thU will b adopted as boon f8 . n p,i u (.tvvtiuil w U.....U companied by one lady no more. tion I can get. and, although the grand brought out. A partner wanted to A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice new houso soon. They say it will not Tho following rates have been made acuommodat any Roses and Rubies. has not acted on It, fie case seems cure pttfiit. Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting, Come this week if you to Members and accompanying ladies by Sid Adams was in Luicaster Sunday to to bo a very had o u: Saturday's snow played havoc with want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. the Frankfort hotels Capital, i'2 per day; see his best girl, so ho sitys. small timber and orchards throughout LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Kenyon, il 60 per day, and Merriwether, the county. Wheat and rve fields are One young man of this place called $1.60 er day. On Monday w had as visitors, A. J nearly a total loss and onts suffered entertain-nioion a lady to take her to the e The secretary will bo at the at O. O. Her father, however, had Chestnut nod wife, of D.mville, 0. P considerably. Telegraph wires were all Hotel, Louisville, from 2 o'clock, a few words to say in tho matter nnd Brown, of Hustonville, and ou Tuesday, 'down between hero and Pittslurg June 5, until the departure of the train when he got ready to leave ho left by Ira G. Taylor, wife nnd brother, of CinJudge G. W. McClure is In Louisfor Frankfort at 7 3r a. i., Juno G, and himself. Wo don't know what he told cinnati, John P. Davis and son, of Stan-- , ville. Prof. Dickerson's school closed at that timo dual arrangements will be him. It a few mora fithera of this city lord, all at Exchange Hotel. Judge Monday. A two weeka'J.normal course uiadu for thoae going via Louisville would do the G. RaiiiB and Squiro J. D. Owens havo ia uow in session. Miss Lucille Jopliii ia simu thing they would H. E. MonstsosTAK, visiting Paris. Wix Dillion and G. W. gonu to Jumestowu. have less oil to buy. Secretary Kentucky Press Association. Dr. J. W. Ellis, of Owetisboro, and Fagan were here Sunday. M. C. Miller A certain young nun of town went l0 e(!0 nlfl K'rl the otuer night anil carried interesting family, with the exception of j haa taked a telegraph job on tho 0. S. Union Decoration his son Willie, started Monday for Wash- Mrs. D. X. Williams ia vtaiting Wildie Thero will be a uulon decoration at the 'oil tho keys to tho store, leaving hia ington, D. C, Tho doctor has been with and Conway friends. National Cemetery, Danville, on Wed- -' lather to close up. When the hour for , lien Kister, who was raised in Nelclosing arrived, the young man hadn't us some weeks on a visit to his neaday, May 30th, nt 3 i m , on which Mr. John W. Whipp. Hois n son county and who worked a year or to When ho did returned with the keya. occasion every Confederate veteran and ... P...ti.r.l vi.ti.ran ia cordiallv invi - arrive the neighbors Bay they heard the brother of Congressman Ellis, and is a here on the section some nine years since, haa struck it rich in Central America. pleasant cultivated gentleman. We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will ted nnd requested to take part Come let old man splitting boxlids. When you Ho with two companions from Boston Mbj. Geo. W. Dryo has been confinus show to the world that wo aro a uni- get an older Ellis started, by "George'1 Q-OOjHon. W. II. Miller, of thero is no stopping him until eomo one ed for several days at the boarding house found gold mines and purchased a large ted neonle. of Mr. John W. Wilkinson, suffering tract of land thereabouts. Tho excitegets whipped. Stanford, will iquak on behalf of the' The normal school, which ia to open severely from sciatic pains. Oscar Wil- ment over tho iind ia saidjto be nearly as Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. Confederates and Opt. Win. Herndon kinson and Mart Cowden.'are also on the the great '49 gold fever of California. on behalf of tho Federals. Flowers be in Christian Collego June 11th, promises sick list. Tiie latest information from Stove Sweeney, a section hand, who Ing exceedingly scarce this season, every to be one of the tlnest in the State. The building and aurroundings are all in tine Mrs. Melissa Adama, now at HotSpring?, worked a few months at this place, left one who can is requested to bring one or j condition and everything equipped for Ark , is that she is doing well and im- between suns aome nights since. He more Binall bouquets sot on a tear in Louiavillo and climbing Confederates as tho business. Tho principals, Profs. M. proving in health. All tin craves of the e steps, disrobed and went We were nil astonished to wake up the of tho Federals will be dec JG Thomson and W, C. Grinstead, are well as those last Sunday morning mid find tho enow to bed ou the cold atone. After being orated with lings nnd HowerB. Every both experienced nnd practical touchers, falling thick mid fast. While! tho trees taken to tho station house and ordered J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Federal soldier, every Confederate sol-- 1 ami know just what public school teach-die- r wero slightly coated, to put on hia clothes, he rati hia feet need. At tho very low price nt and house-to- p and every Mexican war soldier in.ers 23d, 1894. ' none lay ou the ground. It continued through the annholea of hia coat under Lincoln nnd adjoining counties are not which they propose teaching, each biuI With the highest thu impression that he was getting into Full corps orContorvatory ami Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music aao until tho afternoon. only cordially invited, but earnestly re- - every teacher can nllbrd to avail himself respect for tho veracity of Mr.; J. W. his trouoera. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. quested to come nnd join us In these pn- -' of thu superior advantages ottered. Rout, members of whoso family we wero C. II. J. Taylor, tiiu colored etatei triotic exerciaea. 'lhe students ol Cenintimately acquainted with in our early CHURCH AFFAIRS. man from Kansas, after hnviug been retre College, the pupils of the Danville youth in Garrard county, wo are confpublic school and tho I), it 1). Institute Elder Keene's meeting at the Car- ident that ho ia mistaken about a month jected aa a diplomat by tho Senate and nre expected to havo been Invited and lisle Christian church had '.'') additions. in the time tho heavy snow fell 10 years hia nomination for recorder of deeds had been unfavorably reported by a Senate join us on that' occasion. Como one, Chit-agis to havo a church eight ago. Wo had experiences that year, that - roK come all. committee, finally securea this remunerW . J. Doiion, Btories high. When some of the Chica- makes things very vividjto our memory. ative olllce. Hia nomination waa continuG. 11. Doiiyns, go people get up in the top story they In February 185 1, wo were In Madieou ed by n vote of 31 to 15. TllIlllll.K, will bo nearer Heaven thnn thev can county, Florida, whore tho woods wero Albx. The House committee on elections S. 1). Van Pklt, green and the dowers wero in full bloom over expect to bo in any other way. has voted to make a favorable report on Georgetown Times. After h week or more rambling tnround tho bill of Representative Tucker, of VirCommittee of Arrangements. Tliu Cumberland Presbyterian As- in Southern Georgia and Alabama we New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. Mississippi City, Miss., haa a regular sembly, siting nt Eugene, Ore., decided, went up tho Ohattahooche river to Co- ginia, providing for the election of United States Senators by a direct vote of Its hande, by a vote of S3 to SI, that women Brecklurldge-Pollar- d case on shall lumbus, Georgia, where we remained in which n prominent doctor and a soci- not bo ordained to preach. That seems mail the last days of March and started tho people. Tho report waa agreed upon ety widow are parties. During his wife's to havo been unanimously decided in a to our homo near McKinney In Lincoln by a nearly unauimouB vote. The best inside wall finish; cold water process. In a letter from Dloutit Springs, Ga , lilo, Dr. J. M. Wright divided his affec- similar way away back yonder in Paul's county, where we arrived near tho midCongressman Goodnight announces that tions with her and Mrs. Low. Ho main, time. See Tim. 1! l'. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains dle of April. After beiug in the sunny will not, owing to ill health, be a can and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. tained illicit relations with the widow of organic union with land (or over threo months, wewere as- be The subject from the Third didate for with tho natural result. A'child was born the Northern Presbyteriau MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best church tounded on waking up one or two days Kentucky district. McElroy, Govin and Wright dying about that time, brought forth n heated discussion at the and Mrs. reaching home to find the trees and W. B. McRoberts. after drugs and chemicals. Give us a call. the woman importuned the doctor to Southorn Presbyterian Assembly at bushes weighted down with snow. It Helm nre candidates. The Weather Bureau reports the marrv her. whlchsho claims he promised Nashville, which refused to even discuss soon melted and the eveningHwaa warm thermometer lower Sunday than ever to do. Ho didn't, however, nnd a suit those subjects that have been regarded and pleasant. reported before at this time of year. for breach of promise has been entered. as barriers to the proposed union. The Snow was scraped away in aome parts of To the Democracy of Lincoln. A held bank robbery by outlaws at Northern Assembly at Saratoga made Kentucky so that strawberries could be Longvlew, Tex., ended in a terrible trag, farther overtures on the subject, one At a meeting of the democratic com- picked. secured 2,300 from speaker declaring that longer separation mittee of edy. Armed men Prices lower than any one. the 6th Congressional district, A meeting of the republican committho National bank, and in the fight that q( the two branches of the church would held at La,wrenceburg, April 20, it was tee of tho Seventh Kentucky congresensued one of the.rqbbera waa killed, aa be a prime, ordered tha,t county conventions be held sional district bos been called to fix the The Methodist church couldn't hold at the respective in each time and place for holding a convention was also a citizen; one man was fatally wounded, another badly shot and sever- tho crowd that gathered to hear Rev. H. county of the district on Saturday, May for Congress. 0. Morrison Tuesday night. Long before '20, at 2 o'clock, to appoint delegates to to name a candidate of al slightly flhofc D. G. Simonson, tbe Mammoth See our Spring Stock of The cadeta of Hogsett Academy will dark vehicles began to coma in from the the convention to be held at Nicholas-vill- a Clothing House, Louisville, has sued for h8 Ken country and the church was soon filled w?k go Into camp for at 1 r. m., June 5th, to nominate a divorce, charging his wife with adultery tucky river next Monday. The camp with eager people. The good brother candidate for Congress. In accordance with numerous men. She haa also will be named In honor of Gen. P. Watt brought the sanctified another message with this order, I hereby Icall a conven- brought action, charging cruelty. and strengthened them in th'o faith. tion to be held at Stanford, May 20, at Hardin. d Miss Sarah Catea la in jail at 0., George Stoat fell Judging by all the indications be seems 2 o'clock r. m. for the purpose, natne,d (or forging checks on her father, At Ashland, crazy the to have gotten very near to the hearts of and trust tbat there will be a full attenW. L. Withers, Salesman. dead and. bia son, Elmer, went which he refused to pay. K. R. Gentry, Chmn. dance. this people game hour. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. (50-fo- ot Drugs, School Supplies, DB. S. C. HIOQISEB, Th.o Druggist. The Best Goods for the Least Money, W. H. HIGGINS, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cotton Hose, Rubber Hose, W. H. HIGGINS. ," l. Mo-law- I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WITS'? 1 i v nn. Lex-iugt- on I TIKE BEST I I ,,,,, s- .,-)- tli a f l , HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. pro-jur- y it Fifth-avenu- jBicydeSS TOU W D father-in-law- S.AV":E! jVCOIsTjUIT .H. WEAREN & CO. J court-hous- Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January McRoberts' Drug Store, WALL P APBSB. ALABASTIUB I WE ARE IN IT. court-hous- es Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown vators, Corn Planters. Culti-- ' Rich-mon- Buggies, Carriages, "Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. E. wBARBlT. SEMI-WEEKL- Y 8TANFORD, Ki, The civil service commission is not in Richmond's new graded school buil- obtained tbe consent of tho woman to INTERIOR JOURNAL very good givo up nil claims. His children do not odor among democrats in or ding is to cost 25,000. out of Congress. The law seems to have appointed wish to have to divide the old man's Maria J. Parker baa been property with anybody nnd propose to been designed to keep the republicans in postmaster at Fox, Laurel county. - Mav 25, 1894 hide him out from the ladies in tho fu office and to keep the boys in the trench In tho 4th district n primary has es, who belieroin the Jacksonian theory j been ordered for Aug. 4 to settle the Cou- - til re. BUT SLIIILI DISFIGURED. W. P. WALTON. SOE8 For County Judge Clerk ' Attorney " Sheriff. " " Assessor FACES. JaS. WALKER GIVKNS G II. COOPER J. R. PAXTON DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. II . 1 I i -- . -- prices to be thing would have to go anil most all $10,000,000 out of tho invention. lot of nice fat heifers at -- c. tho people would say amen. E. P. Woods bought of S. J. Embry Judge Caswell W. Bennett was nom.. inated without opposition for appellate a suckling mare mule colt for $15. ..T. D. NEWLAND Aftkr Senator Gormau, of Maryland B. G. Thonuis ha refused nn offer of E. U. KENNEDY judge in the First judicial district. DKKOKI) who has heretofore been classed with the G. W Jailer Kylu said before tho Senate $3,500 for a yearling brother to Domino. Senator democrats, had mado a Bpeech in favor Than prices asked elsewhere. Jospeh Coffer bouuht in tho West O. W. of protection and defending the misera- Investigating Committee that End a siunll bt of fat heifers und steers Browne GEN.CoxEYnud his lieutenants ble compromises in tho tariff bill, Sena Butts had offered him $14,000 for his nt 21c. and Jones are lanquishing in the Washtor Teller moved that the bill and vote. D. O. Terhuno has bought 33 ington bastile, Justice Miller after a Mrs. Sarah Anubaugh, of West Uniamendments be tabled. It was defeated mule colts nt nn nverngo of $48.50. painted lecture having sentenced them ."S to '.'S, ty, O., aged SO, was burned to death. Hill and three populists voting to from 20 to 30 days each in tho work Notwithstanding the hard times talked of, the men will come to us Her clothes caught from a Hpark from Advocate. with the democrats. It was o sorry exE. P. Woods and J. 12. Lynn have house and to pay a fine of S3. Tho gen her pipe. for clothing. We have just received another big lot. This immense hibition indeed and was enough to dis oral protested against being taken thither Detective Webster, of Memphis, engnged about 000 lambs for June 1st de. stock gust honest people, who had booed to mdst be sold while the season is on and wc have therefore in the "Black Maria," and demanded a Forrest City, Ark., livery at 4 to4c. seo democratic promises redeemed long Tenn., was killed at E. I Stout it Son, of JcHsatnine, based the selling price not on the value of the goods, as they were cirriage, but his wishes were not respectby friends of white caps he had assisted have twice refused $1,000 for their show bought away below value, but upon the cost price which was ed and ho was hustled off with the other ao. in arresting. vagabonds. He objected to being vaccThe umbilical cord that oinds Con Johnstown, Pa., seems to be doom mare, "Mable," by Chester Dare. North Dakotn will have a wheat inated, too, but the prison rule was not gressman Goodnight and John Gaines, ed. It has been inundated again and suspended for bis benefit. Gen. Chris Bowling Green's postmaster, is made of damages to the extent of many thou- acreage of 4,000,000 to hnrvest next fall, and tho estimate is 50,000,000 bushels. topher Columbus Jonea compared him- silk and is a yard wide. His letter with sands of dollars caused. J. O. Johnson, of Boyle, engaged 1,- self to Christ and tbe judge to Pontius drawing from the race is addressed to The Ohio Legislature has passed a wc proyosc that our customers shall have the benefit of the low Pilate and made quite a scene, but his "Dear John" and signed "Herschel" and bill requiring arbitrators nnd adjusters 000 latuba for June lut delivery at Danvoice was soon hushed inside the walls is couched in words so touching that one of fire losses to be residents of the coun ville Monday nt 4c. Our farmers are prices. Remember wc take the lead in Shoes. Children's patent tip . holding Their sentence is a fitting finalo to 'he is forced to marvel that Damon and ty wherein the fire occurs. worth double the money. Ladies OxDr O. J. PUelps, of St. Louis, bought Oxford 25c, 50, 75c and $ tramp army scheme and ita enforcement Pythias are still among us, and optm the old child of Mrs. The three-weefords ranging from 50c up. of J. T. Huguuly the filly will deter other notoriety seoking cranks flood gates of bis lachrymatory Oscar Miller, of Muucie, Ind., was accifrom engaging in it. dentally smothered to death by its moth- Chloral, by C. T. Clny, record 2:1SJ, for the reported price of $3,000. hie weatner unreuu buouiu not rc er who laid too close to it. The Court of Appeals has decided in censured. It did its best to give us good Dr. Rice, tho Brooklyn Handicap The Btriking engineers and trainmen tbe caee of Pat McDonald thatouo House weather all the week, maintaining each winner, and Yo Tnmbien nro among the of the General Aesomby has tho constiday that the next would bo fair and of the (J tk 0., road at Somerset have horses which will contest for tho Club We are offering for a short time with every S20 worth of goods a of provisions to tho d tutional right to appropriate money to warmer, even in the fane of Boreas blast, shipped a Member's Handicap, worth $3,000. at St. choice of several beautiful framed Pastel Pictures. They are copies pay contingent expenses. In the long snows and frosts. Wo would not have striking miners at Struck's Lane mine. Louis, June 2. of Water Color and Pastel Landscapes by well known American arAlexnnder, the boy King of Servis, of tbe Legislature, Mr. McDonald had the worst spell of the season, if the session T. O. Robinson and Charlie B. Stewhim just suspended the constitution and was copying clerk of tho Senate, his bill bureau could have helped it art finighod shipping wool to Boston Fri- tists and arc so faithful ia design and execution that when framed and restored that used in 1S00, anil has therefor being $1,100. That body orderday. They purchased about 10,000 lbs. on the wall not one in a thousand can distinguish them from the origA Chicago woman loaned u man some a new Council of State and a at an average price of ItM cts. Win ed its payment, but the House did not inal. You arc cordially invited to call and inspect the pictures on joia in the order. Gov. Brown vetoed money and shot herself because be fail- new Dre6ident. chester Democrat. ccniDition in our window Call for a ticket when you make a pur- Jud Holland is serving a 11 years the bill, the auditor refused to pay it, a ed to pay it back at the time proposed. The Swim people are experimenting lower court held that both bodies must This was a very foolish performance. term in the Ohio penitentiary for slash to render animalB unconscious before chase and have the amount punched out. pass such a bill, but tho Court of Appeals She ought to have turned the business ing cows to death and horribly mutila- slaughtering. A test was recently made reverses them all and directa the pay- end of her pistol nt the rascal who dis ting them afterward. He is a mono- at Berne by legal enactment, and it took maniac on that subject. ment of tho amount. This also settles appointed her, anil pulleil the trigger. nix quarts of alcohol to render hu ox unThe Mississippi river at La Crosse is feelingly of Messrs. in their favor similar claims One newspaper publishes a report that drunk. Glenn, Keller and others for large Baby Uuth is an idiot and another that at a stage of 12.0 feet, tho highest since John Will Poor, of Garrard, and 1SS- -. It already covers tho railroad John Embry, of Jebsamine, have sold to amounts. Mr. Cleveland and his wife are at outs TTST., truck along the levee, and tho sawmills Lehman, of Baltimore, 500 alop cattle at "mamma." Such Mr. John W. Ykrkes, of Danville, has and she has gone to her publish have had to close down. 3.S5. They have already delivered 200 no especial longing after the flesh pots of stories disgrace the papers that A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor No receptacle has ever been made weight with sensible them and have no that they slopped in Bourbon, aud which office even if they were obtainable, and strong enough to resist the bursting pow- averaged 1,200 pounds. T. D. RANKY.JManagcr. still less to go on a wild goose chose for people. Twenty-poun- d er of freezing water. Henry Traylor has lost nearly 160 one he knows there is no possibility of As between the democracy of Grover steel sholls have been burst asunder as hoga by cholera in the last few weeks, getting. The Advocate says he appre- Cleveland and Senator Morgan, the though made of pottery. while the adjoining neighborhood swino ciates tbe compliment conveyed by exare largely with the president, Mrs. Jefl G'ullett, who was arrested pressions in his behalf in several coun- but after they had endorsed him, they for murdering her son, wb convicted in owners have Buffered similarly. Mr e field ties, but that be positively declines to be salved the Senator by recognizing bis the Magoffin circuit court and sentenced Traylor also saya he had n of excellent rye ruined by the recent come a candidate or accept the nomina- ability and recommending his to two years in the penitentiary. It was snow. tion if it were given him. Mr. Yerkes the third child sho has killed. A Boyle county farmer says that he is a man of great anagosity and a strikThe finest watch in America is own does not believe uow that the forward Capt. Sam Boonk says he only went to ing example of the angel who fears to by Col. B. Frank Moore, of this city. wheat will yield a third of a crop, and if Somerset on n visit to his family and not ed tread, where fools rush in. It cost $1,000. It strikes the hour, quar- relief does not came soon it will be n toto remain, as stated. He is still editor The resolution of the St. Paul Union of the Marion County Falcon, with fire ter and minute at repeat and is the best tal failure. It is still lying fiat on the Harrodsburg Sayings. ground from the snow and rust has set of Locomotive Engineers condemning in bis eye and fight in his heart, nnd of chronographs. Chairman Carroll, of the State cen- in. Advocate. Sentator Walsh for offering a bill to here's to him. SUMMERGood prices were secured for the tral committee, has decided that to remake it a crime to obstruct or retard a ADDITIONAL LOCAL. move Messrs. Itiley, Rice and Gorham, McGrathiana yearlings iti New York U. S. mail train, punishable at one to 20 Forty head sold for candidates for magistrates, from the Mjndrty night. of conservatism years, is out of the line A frw coats of paint have changed the for which the engineers have been no appearance of Mr. Peter Straub's house Fayette county committee, as demanded $ 14,750, averaging $1,017. Twelve head ATted, and their effort to prevent its pqfs so greatly that its most intimate friends by Mr. Owens' friends, would not now, had sold from $1,000 to $1,000; six from on the eve of tho district committee $1,000 to $2,000. Spendthrift and Hanage will not be endorsed by the pub' o almost fail to recognizo it. meeting, bo proper. In these times especially such a law is a over colts brought best prices. They've been at it again up in Har- necessity and it ought to be adopted. M. S. Bnughman'a Ella B., in Al. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Surely no good reason can be urged hn. James Middleton, Sinclair Middle-to- n Hutchings' hands, is going nicely aud and It. Shackelford were shot and against it. Atchison, Kan., girls have formed a good work is expected of her later in tho killed in Harlan county Tuesday by Gil A quarter in 34 and the half in Sanoowe, the modern Samson, adver- Saylor, Uirt and Noble Hensley. The district assembly for tho purposo of as- reason. 1:13 is tho best time she has made so far. tised that he would wrestle with lion killing was caused by tbe wife of one of sisting one another to get married. Ev ery member is pledged to say nothing She is a game race mare and is backed and thus drew 3,000 yeople to see him at the men. but good of her fellow members. The by nil the breeding one can wish. Central Park, San Francisco, but as he I disagreeable (weather, with result is a marked decrease of girlish Chilly, bad been muzzled and fixed so his claws NEW ADVEBTI.HEMK.Vre. wouldn't hurt, the animal refused to occasional showers have prevailed for a loquacity. Mrs. Jacob G. Berdace, of New York, come to time, even after being swung week, making fires and heavy clothing a around by his antagonist, and the match necessity, and checking vegetation. wants a divorco from her husband I.. B.ADJI9IS, IB Receiving- Hii be wont talk to her. She claims was given to the man. It would have Yesterday's dispatch read, "Threatening It a candidate for Juttlc of the Peace in the llui. been the same any way. The sprinter and probable showers, followed by fair, that he has not spoken to her for 10 totnille precinct; subject to the action of the demyears. They have been married 40 ocratic party. in the circus always wins the contest for stationary temperature, Friday. years. fleotness over tho horse, by taking all Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Turnpike Election. Tub young men have decidod to have Mies Julia Marlowe the actress, with manner of inside tracks and short cuts. their hop on Wednesday evening, June the beautiful limbs, pictures of which The stockholders of the Stanford A' Ottenheim Turnpike are requeued H. Goodnight and Paynter will not 13th, instead of the 15th, aa heretofore have in many cities caused tht clergy to otrice in Stanford at a P. to meet at W. JuneMillvr'a Ellis, M. Saturday, a, W published, in order to prevent a conflict inveigh against such advertisements, ia for the purpose o( electing president and boaid be in tbe next Kentucky delegation to director! tur tbe ermiite year Congress, each having declined to run with the Linnietta Springs opening hop, to marry her former leading man, Robert W.T.TUCKKK, President. again. They are pretty fair sort of men which will occur on the 15th. Saxton'a Tabor, in a few daya. as Congressmen go, but none of them orchestra, of Lexington, will furnish the Mr. and Mrs. William H. Holt rehas distinguished himself and will not bo music and nothing will be left undone to quest the honour of your presence at missed. All the other members are can make the occasion a delightful and mem- the marriage of their daughter, Sarah ATdidates for and are likely to be orable one. Frances, to Mr. Anthony Joseph Carroll, A returned, except perhaps Caruth and Farmers differ aa to the extent of the Wednesday evening, June Gtb, 1804, 6:30, Breckinridge, against whom strenuous injury done to the wheat by being mash- First Presbyterian church, Frankfort. JOHN S HAYS' HKIRS, PWs, Notice Against ol . efforts are being made. ed down by tho snow of Sunday last, but Thus read invitations received yesterday, JOHN S. HAYS' HEIRS., Defti.J Sale. with a card, "Reception from 7 to 0." all agree that it is considerable; Mr. Pursuant to a judgment and order ol tale hereIn his lone and lorn condition in the in at the February term, 1394,0! this court, the Mr. W. C. McKinney and Miss Lillle undemgned John Bright says 30 per cent. The sun Brown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to Commissioner will, on Kentucky delegation, Congressman Adsuit the has not shone sufficiently since to make Taylor were married at McKinney, Wedams often has to whiatle to keep his it riso and at present it is in a very bad nesday, by Rev. A. V. Sizemore. Misses Monday, Nth, 1894, hard times. courage up. He is doing so now or was condition. The farmers have one con- Lillian Tanner and Miss Kate McKinney The first day ol the June term of the Lincoln when he told a Cincinnati Commercial the solation. The price of tho cereal ia so attended them and the ceremony was county Court, before the courthouse door In the town of bUnlord. Ky sell at public outcry to Gazette man that instead of one, Kenlow that they wont lose much in any quite impressive The couple left at onco highest and best bidJer tho fallowing deacribfd A valuabe Farm in Liucoln property, tucky would send four republicans to event. for Nelsoncounty, where they will visit county, containing by a recent surrey made un Congress next time. Not if she knowa dcr tne oider of thia court, friends. Mr. McKinney has been living it, oh, dear no. Col. Adams will continue NEWSY NOTES. at Williamsburg, but will in future make 254 Acres and 1 Rood of Land, in his lonesomenese. A thief at Dayton, O., stole 15 gold McKinney bia home. Lying about i miles from tho town rf Stanford, At Kokomo, Ind., Rev. and Mrs. Ky., 02 the Manfoid 3t Iluatonvllla turnpike road, The latest publication Is Kentucky watches at one honse. uu nuiui Senator Hill voted with the popu-list- a Hayden Rayburn celebrated their Cist rstus vuuaiivu W. W.buu w mi uj mc lapaa Ol for Hays ar J Allie G. Karris; Reld, Weather and Crops. It is edited by Mr. to put iron ore on the free list. wedding anniversary last week. Rev. Nuth and and East byby tf.e lands ol Wm Ileck Frank Burke, U. S. Forecast official at aud others the lands of Adam Pence Jos. P. Brown, Somerset, hBa been Rayburn is not only the oldest minister and Samuel Uaughmam but lor a mors particular Louisville and H. L. Ball, observer of the ana Bounds, ui itiu rain uj the recent Weather Bureau, and is aa its nnmo im granted a patent for an automatic brake. in point of service in Indiana, but has untiijiiiun survey, by which It meies conveyed to will be holding tbe Hoosier the purchaser, is referred to. Thia Farm Ilea well The State guard will be encamped at the distinction of plies devoted to news of tho crops 'as affor cultivation and ia well watered. Hat upon it a log bouse of 6 or 8 rooms, unfected by tbe weather. It has reports Paducah July 25 to Aug. 23. Not all championship in the number of marri- der which d there cellar all ages performed. He holds tho record at stock purposes ia a dryponds, at largetimes. comhowever at one time. good from all over the State and is well worth a to productive Farm and and For A severe frost prevailed throughout 1,202. Of the number only three coup-le- a modious barn. A pleasant the $1 a year charged for it. in all ol its neighborhood environments. England, doing serious damage to the The Farm will be sold ai whole for the pur. that he knows of have been dipose ol division of the proceeds ol sale amongst The nomination of Congressman Oatts fruit and potato crops. EvcryJthingTyou cm think of in the Fine Chinawarc vorced. the heiiaof John S. Hiys.decd line: Call and Terms of bale: Credit of 6 and u months, in for goyernor of Alabama is an Dr. J. W. Farrar, a wealthy citizen Eloven hundred persons in North equal installments. Ilond with approved peraonal examine and get prices. . The Kolbitea aay they Dakota have pledged themselves to pay of Albany, Ga., aged 74, eloped with security, bearing 6 percent interest from day ol the will make another fight, but tbe chances $5 each per annum, which insures a fund Mrs. W. D. Jackson.Ja widow of 19, but aale, having the force and affect ol a judgment and payable to Commissioner, and lor lurther seare that' they will 'get. worse snowed an- - of $5,500, to be expended in prosecuting his sons pursued them; secured the old curity, lien retained ou tf.e larm. K. C. WARREN, r than be.'ore. offenders of the prohibition law. man and for a considerable sura of money Matler Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. . ilrst-claes that to the victors belonit tho spoils, on gressinnal nomination. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. their old diet of husks and shucks. Ben. and Tom Butler beat Reuben Our stock notwithstanding the tremendous business we have done When the legislative and Judicial appro- Crow to death at Vincennes, O., because Monbars, 2:11J, has been put to pac- this season, is still in good shape. In fact, but slightly disfigured. priation bill was before the House Tues- ho had fooled their sister.. ing. day a motion was made to strike out the John Cook bought of Bird Matheny The assortment in all departments is still large and quite complete. Tho Georgetown Times said it snowThe prices however are badly disfigured. amendment making an appropriation for ed sufficiently in Scott county, May 21, a gelding for $110 We are offering anything the commission, which was seconded by 1SS;1. to cover the house-tops- . A race between Alir, 2:07 j, anil in our stock of DryJGoods and Notions at prices that stamp them as Mr. Cartilh, and passed by 109 to 75. If 2:001, is talked of. Bessemer, tbe inventor of tho steel not only cheap, but tremendously under value. We guarantee our tho Senate should do likewise, the old process which bearB his name, has made M. F. Elkin bought of W. P. Tato a Al-lert- 25 to 50 Per Cent. Less OJLOTMINGo Extraordinary Low. (or-ljc- ks three-year-ol- d FEEE TO "5TOTT.. car-loa- LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAFFORD, na 100-acr- TRUNKS, VALISES. STRAW HATS Neckwear & Underwear --- H. J. McROBERTS. -- H.G.RUPLEY,-- mfattttHi 2!&j$tfA - be-cau- so SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. THE STUDEEAKER -- Commissioner' Sals Valuable Farm. WAGONS f REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, June to-w- lu South-Wc- st GLASSWARE QUEEN SWARE, weather-boarde- CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. adminis-trationjvictor- PARRIS & HARDIN. , Stanford, Ky. ,, , m U1 t tiMI.rf-rrmTr- T " , " laZrl-frw- ,' .y.j&vg ,j.r., y. . yZajadiiBslWMHtfjSejOffSsBBjjpyBflSjBjattiiMwrMBjto t i-- .j. r .,,.. m . , ;. jK-- c maJ fVYtsl' ' " .' .',4, h -- nsL . "IWUWWFH 'gWsMWsMJMMeMflsjajaaMajiasjtjit ,. . AvXC?ff?fisSiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMLBSSSSSSSLBfl , 0' ii ? frj"( es iW.yiaHTitS.,irfil1iMw..wy. M yT-y- . Wr rrgr i f v. "'iif" 'A-- "5- : ? r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukml May 25, 18D .'V 8tanfoi), Kv church organization In Maine Intending- to plvo n performance of Rome X. S. If. u. oratorio woro a little alnrtnetl about Sired by Stonewall Jackion Jr , (Harrli'), by Standard Itule 6. tho cost of tho thtnp. AccordinRly tho Stonewall Jackion 7i, by Washington Dinmark CM Record 1. 19'(. Will remain in the itud till June lit, and then g. in A. L. Hutcblng'i handi for director of tho chorus suggested to tho Logic' tit dim by King Willlim 67, (l)lind leader of tho orchestra that had been Hill 1) by Waihington Denmark, by Illack Den-i- n training', engaged: "Wo'vo got to keep our exill, Blrodby WalBlntrbam 2100, Sue cf Latitude, iii9aud 7 orootluriin the list. tnd dim by Miller' Denmirk, by Denmark, t dam Tiniel ....bv Met.rnger Puroc 10$, ton of llambletonlan ind aire ol Etiine, 1:10, penses down and I thought wc might by Imp. Ileilgeford. the iUm ol Xntlaine, yearling record i:ji4. gct3"ou to leavo out tho trombones. jnl ilaui by Onstot' Telrgraph, by Telegraph, by Ilill'a Illack Hawk, by Sherman. 1 dim Iteti tjmler to lamct Howell, Jr., by llambletonlan to, tire of Dexter 1:17. You know they havo only four meas4th dam by 'Illler'i Dremon, by Ilrlnker't 3 dam eitieSayte..uf) by Harry Clay 43, tire of the ttamaofSL Julian, i:nM Oodine atto'j, ures In the entire oratorio, and If wo Drrnhoti, by Divy Crockett and 11 more that have produced ijo trotters; also lire of the dam ot leave them out wo can savo nt least dam by Oliver, thoroughbred, .cgic Ita vtry ubtatitil hone, beautiful red Klcctioneer, tire of in In the jo Int. twenty-fivdollars and no one would sorei witn line tnano and tail, winch he carrlei 4 lii by Liberty, ton of Lance, by American Fclipte. a Tine bo the wiser." ai near to perfection as a hone can. Hat Waltlngham 11C6, tire of Xaboth, it one of the youngett torn of George Wilket 319, rtcord a:, who dlipoiltlon; drtvei nirely. and for hit handling The leader of hen a fine actor, Hack, Trot, Walk, Canter and tired Harry Wilkct, i;tj. Guy Wilkci, a Mie Wilket, 1:134, Wilcox, i:t$, and 6l others in a tragic attitudethe orchestra assumed and answered: "That Slow Pace. litt; alio 41 ptoducing tout and i) pimlucing daughters. toucan tee from hit pedigree that hell a er 1.30 a. Xaboth a bay would be an insult to the composer." Not ii horte, 16 hindt high, foaled June a3, t8S3. Hii peligree contain! the blood high bred raddle hone, and one that will lire Thereupon the chorus director obfinry high tailed taddlert. Logic wilt make the of George Wilkci, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr , and Harry Clay. my farm, tour tuilei Irom Danville, on teaton at served: "O, never mind him; he's the Dauvillv and Stanford turnpike at dead." Washington Star. At $25 to Insuro a Living Colt. d lOO-I- 917, NSBOTH 10016. ITe Could Stand It. DtaHLsBSBtaw A flasaiafe 3 !-: Vfr 'ItMKtgtBaal'gtgtgtgtgtgtL. gtgtHlHPlVihglHeBK fc2!w!iJgsgsgsgsgsEHgT ... ;X- The e Eelrgantly bred Trotting StallioD, -:- Onward - Messenger. is-i- , Hamblt-totiian- , W. P. WALTON. $10 TO INSURE A COLT 4 WEEKS OLD, My two fine Saddle Stallion, morgan DenmarK. Morgan Tenmirk li a bay tuition, ij?J handi high. II Isiplendidlrbicd M a glance at hit pedigree will thjw. (e will make lh teaton of 1894 at my dibit on (he Danville A Lancaster pike. iK mile North or Hubble, A lien retained on colli until payment of tervlce. lie n Handing to tult the hard time. See him Will alio make the present teaton of before you breed. Pasture at !i per tuouth. (Jrain led at rcmonable ratet, which mutt be paid before elegantly bred and tutc loal gettcrx. mareiaic taken away. STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM; L. 1834 at I will the low price ol alio aland CIO n Insure a Living Colt. TJoth are A. E HUNDLEY, Danville. Ky. Two Flue Jacks at $8 to Insure. T2Z Stable two mllei South ot Hutunville on Moreland & Carptnter't Station pike. Wolchmont 6367. Son or William Welch, ion of Rytdyk'i n to, out of Pauline by Almout Korrett, he br Old Almoot, he by Alexander'! Abdilttb, he by J. K. BAUGHMAN, Huitonvllle, Ky At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt Care laktn to prevent accident but not lesponti" Kytd)k't lliuibletonlau lo, all ttibdaid and registered with ail the troltert you want on both bl thould any occur. Morgan Dcumark wai foiled In 1880. licit by tides, with ncordt ai low at :oj. V.'tlchmont imnarti trotting ictlon to hii colt On Time, ton of Stonewall Jackion, itt dam, Lady Morgin, br Stonewall Jackion, snl dam by all over. taveral have thown a a it, gait. He It lull 16 handi high, black at a crow; imYlrglnlui, jid dam by Matchlrin, 4th dam by part high knee action. Hit coltt make fine New Traaiby, York taddlert. He It a fine Individual and iimHi Morgan Denmark U one ol the beat bred aadd.e (talliooat In Kentucky, Hat good mtno and tail at Huitonvllle at my liable at and good, long, rangy neck. Don't lail to ice him. ti. UUN'llAK, Hubble Ky . George Dictator STANDAHD. ; 386-2- . lllick Stallion ; Foaled in l$3 1 13K Handi High. Sirod by the Croat Dictator 13. by Almont , record 1:39!. .by Norman 15. Young Twyman mare. J dam to Iniure a Living Colt or George Dictator will make the teason ot i3;i at I data Alice dam 1 $10 to Insure a Living Oolt, or $5 the Season, 310 5 the Seiton. The all-ga- Saddle Stalliom, "WALLACE DENMAEK 65, t Lower than any ether horte in Kentucky bred l' him. D. S. CARI'EXTKK, Huitonvllle, Ky. Kay italllon, nearly 16 handi high; foatcd i!85; bred by George F. Keene, Shelbyville, Ky. Sirod by Mambrino Lo Grand, Son of Washington Den a 16)4, Merit a 37, by Gentle Breere 3455, sire An old negro being on trial, his lawPearJ,a yer challenged a number of tho jury of3rd dam 30. Ac.Kiver. dam of Ilertte Girl, 3 37, Kitty who, his client said, had a prejudlco by Abdallah m, sire of Almont, Ileimont &c. 4t dim by Red Jacket, tire nf the dam of against him. Wilkes s nYy Madltou Wilkes a iB4 and "Aro there any more jurymen who Krandam of lied Wilkes, bo bo, a 1714, Lizzie . &c havo a prejudlco against you?" in- Wllke, Hay hone, heavy mane and tail, with quired tho lawyer. "Xo, bah, do jury and finish, and representing tome of the tire, ttyle belt trotam all right, "but I want to challenge ting families In the whole country. Should make n great hock none, win mane a snort teason ai de judgo." Tho Green Bag. ouritable 3 miles wett of Stanfort, at Somewhat Kxiigeerated. Rev. John Smith You werd at $10 To Insure A Mare In Foal. church last Sunday, Mr. Amsterdam. J. A. & S.T. HARRIS. Stanford, Ky. l'eto Amsterdam Yes, and I was carried away complete!' by your sermon. I never beard anything more eloquent in my life. I havo been saying to all my friends that there is only one John Smith in tho world. Texas The following excellently bred Jacki will make the sptson of 1894 at my place on the Stanford & Slftings. Lancaster pike: Kay to Do. 8ho I shall never forget tho night you proposed to me. You seemed The noted Jack that wai bought at Levi scared to death, and when I said "Yes" tale fur Ji,S6o; by 3rd Prince, he by ad and kissed you, I really think I I'rince. ne by Imp. Prince, tit dam Daily by Dixie, ne by Irvine' Dixieby Klckapoo; id dam touched your heart. Wellington; by lie Very likely. I know my heart Nellie Urav by Lordjennctt at $15 3d dam and Jim Porter. Will serve for jack Sao was In my mouth at tho timo. N. Y. tor jennet celts and will also serve a Ken-luck- y Where I'rrJitfllce Lay. Standard. Ured by Charlet Dunn. SIRED DY OXWARD CHIEK 4193. Ily Onward 1411, record 1 tsj, lire of 49 In the a'30 Hit, alto 17 producing tons aud 16 producing daughter. 1st dim Lady Metienger, by Hutch nsnn'iCbief 13410. and dam F.llia Jane, the dam of Meud Meiten-ge- r. ' i 1 Jacks For Service, JOB BZ.ACZBT7.Rir, Hub-bl- i e'i LEXEL 26a. T1 abexe asned ttilllont will iniVe the season al my firm lV, milet writ ol lluttonvlbe, near Carpcntei'i Slat Ion. English mark. 1 "World. A Mean Man. :. Hunter. dam Illack dam S Ik j dam ....by Yellow Jacket, a great uddle horte. -- by Drennon. by Highlander. Limited Number of Mares at $10. .Will also stand.. Mrs. Newwife What did you think of mother's threat to leavo tho houso Wallace Donmark 55, Ooct all the galtt to perfection and without any training iron under t 40 Filircti and three quatierthindt high. II y Stimpler Denmark, Jr ; It by Goddird'i Denenark, he by Game & Crtmwell'i Demnttk, he by the race hone Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge-sor- d. 1 Combined, Hay Stallion, 16 handi high Ilr Abdallah Mrnengcr. tint dam the V'm. i.utk tiddle mire, the by Divy CrocWtt.ton of Dtnny'i Drennon. br Imp. Dicnnon. Abdillah Messenger, tire of Hngtith Hunter, it be Meitengcr Chief, tire ofMaudMct-cngr- r i i6Jt" I will Hand English Hunter the ot 1S04 at my liable j milet from Shelby City, on the Knob Lick aud Tuincrtville pike, ii TlRMt atn at above. Will alio ttand onegol JACK at J3 to Iniure a Living Call. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky dam No. i4.hr Sir Wallace, he by Tudnuater't Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred Tran-bUm. .by Vlrgiulut (dam of Vlrginiui by Whip, (thoroughbred be by Miwm'i (thoroughbivd.) data..... a Whip Marc. ...Fannie Wallace At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money doe when colt It foaled or mire pitted with I will alto Hand the excellent young Jack, y, 315 tho Insurance. 1 Governor St. Joh.n At I got scared. nlmure all colts till four months old. Lien reMrs. NewA'ife Really? tained till season money ii paid. Wnen mares or Mr. Ncwwife Yes, scared at the jenneti are traded or removed before the fact is ascertained at to belrg foal, insurance is forthought that she didn't mean it. feited and makes seatcn money due. Care taken to prevent accident! or escapes, but Hallo. not responsible should any occur. Thanking our customer! lor their past favors we That Settle III Fate. solicit a continuance of tame. "Young Mr. Spudkins is desperately R L. HUBBLE, in love with Miss Relleileld, but ho is 6 Lancaster, Ky. as poor as a church mouse," said Mr. Snaggs to his wife. "Then slio won't have him," replied Mrs. Snaggs, decidedly. "She's afraid of mice." Pittsburgh Chronicle. Brown Eagle, Jr., was ured by Brown Fagle, he Mr. Xewwlfe 1 Post-offic- e, instantly? 2 Other Good Dollars, Jacks Mule Eight Brown Eagle, Jr. 1 t dim. j dam Lim 35; Ilr Wallace Denn-itlet pedigree ol Walliee Denmirl jj index, he by dira...Msg 17, by Vldetle, by Blood. Illack Hi. I, fie by Old Black Htwk. Vidctte'i lit iim by Whip, i sim Uli user d dim uillitm, Vindei'i lit dim by Mambrino Chief it; d dam by Old Kay McMcnf.tr, )d dam by Cannon't Whip. Slitcen haudi high. will Slock rtccivc my pcraonil attention, fiimi furniihcd at paid btfort removal of nock. reaionable ralut to be No reipoaslbillty for accident! or cicipci. Tart log with nock forfeit! Iniurancc. $10 tho Inauranco. committed to my cue and breeding Kour yrata old, 16 htndt 3 inchet high, black with white pnmtt, hear bone, good ttyle and extra length Sited by lior Keene Gov, Si. John' itt dam Tolly Woodt, by Tulley'a Watrior! her dam an Ira , lennet. The aliove finely bred young lack, whose blood line iracet twice to the great Warner 'ainily and 10 the noted Illack Hawk, the gre itftt ot the Warrior family with an infutlon tf fresh imported blood clotc up, hai proved a great, breeder, both to mart! and 10 jenncu, will Hind Julia Wai ace. by Sir Wallace, he by Todhuntcr' Sir Wallace, h br Sir to Living Oolt, Albeit, (ihoroughbrcd.) by Vtrgisiui, ht by Miton't Whip, To approved mam, and J15 foi Jennctt, without (Thoroughbred. a Whip Mile. distinction at to sex of progeny II. F. I'OW ELL. JLcxcl 26a. Fred' Kuipnattlon. Fred Mamma, doesn't that colored boy mako awful faces playing on tho hannonieon? Mamma lie docs indeed, Fred. $8.00 To Insure A Living Oolt. Fred Mamma, Is that what Is called expression in playing? Harper's Young Will also itand at the same time and place a Mule Jack at the tame price and terms People. flnt-cla- by King Eagle, he by Illack Eagle. First dam by Ccpperbottom,and dam by utambrino Chief, 3rd. dam by Lexington. Brown Eagle, I r., Is a handsome dirk bay, S)i bands high ..nd wasfoaled In 1891. He will make the present season at my place near McKiuney at ss At $8 Insure a Quito tho Oppotlte. 1 3 JAMES WALKER GIVEXS. Mc Kinney, Ky. Taglcigh A uniform always gives a man an air of authority. Wagleigh There's one uniform that doesn't. Tagleigh What's that? Wagleigh Stripes. N. Y. World. SATISFACTOUILY EXI'T.AIXCD. DIRECTED 13945 Houth of Lancaster, Will 11 ake the'teasoi of at 1S94 af'Maplei," 1 miles Dillard ; Denmark. of 104 at $IO TO INSURE. Lien retained on coltt for service fees. Directed 13945 was sired by Director 1980, record 3:17; tit d.tm Fanny Wilkes, by George Wilke 319, record a at: and dtm Fan- - dam of Kate Sprague. :i8, Lll Sprague, 3:17, etc. by Lance, ion ol Flying Morgan; 3rd iUm Queen, by General Gifford; 4th dam Fanjy, by Chancellor; 5th dam bv American Eclipse. T. A. KL'KIN, n Lancaster, Ky. J. STEELE CARI'F.XTER, Huttor.ville, Ky ora Thii finely bred itallion will make the tenon Cook'tSpilogt, 4H milri Haitvf Stan- - EIELE At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. : BIRD. Dillard Denmark wai iire-- hv Double DenWlnherol the 500 Stake it Leaington, mirk, he by Monlrott 106, the Krcateit lite ot high data taddle hone living. Montroie de Winner of Svieeptuke Prrmium at Lexington, tcendtntt won over mott everything lit! teaiou Winner of Aged Premium and Sweepttakei at Dillard wat thown at Danv lie when a ntu -- uu wua mvnii muuey. tie nat Deen riili. very little but will Won Second Money lit Ijoo .Slake al Verialllet. thou tenon and thuwn. be put in training after a Kirtt dam by Waihiogton Denmark; In $oo Stake at Nicholai-vlllWen Third Money Second dam by John Dillard ; Thlrit it.m liv far.M facia iliMm.il.k..J Won Fourth Money in SpoSUkeilat Stanford. Double Denipatk by Waihington Denmark; ad dam by Shrnpihite't Tom Hal Won the JiooCouiolitloD Puric it Danville. Dillard Dcnmatk it a beautitut datk torrel, 16 Eagle Kird it a beautiful brown itb tmall tUr, handi high. He hat proven hlmiell a breeder ot large, handiome rooreri. Thit it a fine hone ttandi over tfihanJt high, tin flowing mane and If he had 00 pedigne; but we do not hnitatc 10 tay tint he it one ol if not the bet bred heavy tail. taddle hunt 1 in the rnuiitry. by the great King Kagle, Etyte Kird rai tired Saddle and combined lionet handled at reasonable ratci. J.V.COOK, winner nf mtre than 40 Illue Tin. Rowland, Ky f Cabbell' First dam If SUr Eai:'e. " ind dim by Hamlet Denmark, oa of Waihington Denmaikj 3rd dam by Harrit' Den mark, ion of Milter' Denmark. : Eaglo Uird will ttand the teitan of Sj, at my nan-diee. cur Monty dot when cell it foaled, mar parted with or bred 10 another horte. Lien retained on all colli until traion li paid Gratt furniihcd mate at J1.50 ptr month. Will not be ritpontlblc for accidenta, thould any oc- -- This space belongs .x.a.:m::es -- Owner f. 8- -8 to- - of-:- ctmdtv, CHIEF, Bffio HUB. Suburban Fntient I hadn't expected that you would call again before tomorrow, doctor. Doctor Well, you see, I had to visit another patient in tho neighborhood, and I thought I might as well "kill two birds with one stone." Brooklyn Life. PENCE, 18444 tRace rtc. 1:14, fifth heat 1S94 mile track.) Will make the season of miles south of Stanford at my p'ace, 1 d BELMONT 8689, SUMAC .... 0 -: At $10 by the Season, or $ Insure a Living Colt. 5 to He hn proven himself a breeder of fine stjle and action, and can be atcnto satisfy anyone in- And others, dress terested. In 1891 Pence started in 11 racet, and won eight firtt moneys and three secendt. He ii a game race hone. For further information call on or adA. M. HENCE, Stanford, Ky. 3VTKiarisr:)Ky ; ; KY. SILVER TIP 169. 'Denmark Cheif. at W W. s.Hajt' ill mike the . season of ., r.- - 1 -- .flu., e.-- r 11;.. c ton illo pike, at the race track, at Chancey Denmark. 205. This fine taddle stallion, Chancy Denmark a6c, will make the teaton of 1S54 ' the ttable of Cok Underwood, Jf of a mile trora Hubble, Ky., on the Ruth Branch Pike and, Cannaiuht 3512. 10 2nd. tea-to- , Denmark Chief v. ill farm two milet Wett of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, $10 to Insure a Live Colt. $5 n Insure a Livln- - Colt trnkt the present leason at At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. 1 Money or cath note will be required when the fict atcortalned. Eagle Ilird it one ol the grand? it thow horiei in Kentucky. Monte Cilito, Mi uncle, It the only horte ihown in the Ulue Craaa Circuit, that l.n did not defeat. He could be relied upon to make a gallant mow whenever called upon and ntwayt race bono, although tome finiihed niRAme "knowing onet'' pronounced him no good. of tho good colored Ai a brw'der of fine, colli, he it not mrpatted byjauy horte in Kenhigh-ityle- of 1894 at my farm on tho Crab Orchard pike, ihreo unlet Irot.t Stanford, kuown at the John M. Thit tine Hackney Stallion will make the ve marei Hail fartu, and wilt At $15 to Insuro a Liviug Oolt. Money due when the fact ii aicertalned or uiaro pnrtul with. ConnauKlit id Jin la a fino individual and the fineit action of any horte in the country. The Hackney it notttl the country over for itylo, action and endurance. They hio bevn bred lor those itualitiei for over too yean. 1 wa Conuaught bred by Jamet C.ker, of Iteetley Hall. Kail Dereham, Norfolk. Wis tired by Victor of Jleetley 1837; dam Ilonnie 1915 by Highflyer 1006. He was imported by A H rhomp-ton.Crawfordsvllle, Indiana, Junt 3, 1891 Testimonial. We think the Hackney croitcd with Kxntucky nines will make good telltn and good horiei lor the Eattern market. Lit Thomas, Lexington; K. D Peniilkton, Xorlolk, Va. Call and icethn excellent atallion. LINCOLX COUXTY HORSE CO , By A. F. MonnHLv, Stanford, Ky. pot-ten- et of tucky. Marei (torn ndutance will bo furnithed gran alter May nt at Jt.jo per month, and mutt be paid at the removal of marei. Care taken to prevent accldentt and eicapet, but nut ri'ipontlble tbould any occur. Parting with or removal ol marei forfoiti the in- luraace. to Iniure a Will alio stand a fine living cult. K P. WOODS, Slamcrd, Ky S Description and Pedigree SiUet Tip it a beiu-tiire J bay with hind ankle! white, fine mine and tail, tO, hand! high, foaled May cth, 1888, At a brmfer he u not tutpatted in the State. We told a )earlin colt of hit grt to A. Mays, of Caicy, for $130 and we haseneter hid a man to tay he was not pleated with hit colt A a aho- horie hn it at good at thete la In the State. He wat thown in the$jrieepitake King at Danville with iS conteitantt, which wat pronounced to be the best ever thown in Ky , and he wore the third lie, Silver Tip was tired by Silver King, he by On Time he by Stonewall Jackson. Fint dam by Skedaddle, by Oliver, ton ot Wagner. Se:ond dam by Ited Lion. Silver King'i dam wai Mot-HMounce, sited by Cabbell't Lexington, ion oi lllood't Illack Hawk Second dam by Young America, ton of Taylor't Metienger. Skedildle's firtt dam by Medoc, and dam by Trumpeter, 3rd dam by A rat us. Marei bred to thit hone will be kept at teason-abl- e ratra. Care taken to prevent accidenta and eicapet but not re sponsible should any occur. Money due when celt it toiled or marc parled HEAZLEY I1ROS & HAYS. with. Stanford, Ky j ii.ju 1 e He it n nice bay, 15 handi 3l3 inchet high, five old. He saddles well, but ha not been trained. He it bv Hut hinson Chiet. Xo. tasra. by Messenger Chiet. Hutchinton Chief hrt dam by Sentinel; ad dam by Alrxander't Abdallah; jJ dam by Red Jacket; Metsnger Chief by Abdallah I'lloi; 1st dim hy Mambrino Me'imKr, aa u.iin uy Ainmuriuo cnii't, 3a aim uy imp. na poleon. Denmatk Chiefs lit dam wat ured bv Sumnter Denmark, he by Goddrd't Denmark, he by (lainri & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race hofc Denmark, he by the Imp. Hedgcford. Hit rd dam watby On Tin e, 3d dam by Ked Lion. Marcs paned with forfeits the Insurance ' Will make the vason three milet from Crab Orchard, on the Lrab Orchard and Stanford pike. SAMUEL COCHRAN, Crab Orchard, Ky jrart llrokrn rromliea. Mother You havo broken your prom-is- o Glares to obey your papa, and I shrill havo to whip you! Chancy Denrrark 365 it a bay hone, full 16 fouled 1S37, tired Little Son Didn't you promise to handi high, by Old Stonewall by Hubble'i On Time, dam Jackson. His colts obey papa when you were married? are fine and of good size and will compare with Will Serve at $io "Y-e-s- ." "Did your mamma whip you when you broke it?" Good News. Visitor customer. Could lltirilly llu Called 11 Mlital.r. Yes, lie's a tough-lookin- g anybody's saddle stallion. Will also stand two royally bred jacks at the tame place. TOM CURTIS. Jact, white points, is'2 hands high, heavy oody and good bone. He is by old Bourbon (liiel. the noted jennet lack of Madison that told for $,ooo. Bourbon Chief was tired by Hercules, he by Imp Hercules, and his dam by Imp Etparlrro. Bourbon Chiefs dam by Col Lear's Imp. Napoleon 3rd, and dam wat by Huena Vista, 3rd dam by Imp. Castillan. Bue-n- a Vista was sired by the great Compromise, he by Tippecanoe, he by In p. Warrior, which waa acknowledged the best jennet jack ever in Kentucky Bourbon Chief is 164 hands high without shoes. He it a coal black with realy note and for form, weight, ttyle, action and appearance he hat nn equal Tom Curtis' tit dam svas by Joe Phelpi big jack and her dam by Sam Phelps' jack, and dam by Black Samscn. Tcm Curtis will ferve Is a coal black Red-mno- His mug would hang him without anv further evidence. Hut what's he doing behind that desk? Chicago Rounder Tho prisoner's over there in the corner. You're look-int tho police magistrate Chicago n' Tribune. Tito Idler In (irronwooil. "Why, this monument over young Grigsby has been injured." "Oh, no; thut was tho sculptor's idea a broken shaft, you know." "All, now I remember. Got his spinal column broken by a flying wedge, didn't he?" Judge. Iloilthy. "Darlinjr. ' whispered tho South Sea ho l nt low before his lady Islander, love, "1 w. tiis hand of thine." ltiimed, with nn amused "My!" si smile, "wh.u. si appetite you hpve." 11 GILT EDGE 261. REOISTERED. ' ' .... t. K. UUS CENTRAL PARK, DANVILLE- W. t. RVK. BY SECOND I JEWEL 48. BMGHQLE Will mako the present teiisn of 1894 at the firm the lite L,, D. Garner, j miles from Crab Or- ciiaru, av THE WORLD'3 CHAMPIOX, I I Gambonito-1:301111, : 8419, and 41 I Dam by old Stoncall Jackitn. This fancy taddle stallion will make the tcaion of i$94 at our ttable '4 mile from .MIlledBcv.lle, Lincoln county, Ky. on the Stanford and pike. Owing to the scarcity of money, we will ttaud him Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 for Jennets Colts; Mares $8. DBoiarboiLi. : IS Oliief. i - iSj3fc?)i -.- Vt.M 5 ... Chief, alts, of Ila:il 1 dam Maud, by Garrard Duke i.i8,'i, anu Lady Yeiser, dam of 5 in the Ilrlgnola Is a Red Day Stallion, Saddle and Ilar-ne- ti 1:30 Hit. Combined; 16 hands high; fine ttyle and ac a dam Nellie, by ton oi Hilly Uoice 1:14, by tion ana nat nne mane and tall. He was sited by Abdallah Metsenger, he by Metienger Chiel. thoroughbred. by , j dammakeHelm't Yorkshire, at Central Park at F irst dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle Will the teaton oi 1894 move. bono. the low price of He was tired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning-him- 'i by old Oolt. Hit Jewel, he Minnie Waihington Denmark. A 25 To by McDonald' Halcorn. nrtt dam Secoud t'am by Weill Crusader, bit 1st dam by Thii fine young Jack will serve a limited number NOTE. -- If mares bred and in foal should Stonewall Jackson he by Washington Denmark, ot maret at Light Dollit. change hands, money due at that time. Marei he bv lllick Denmark, hit tit dam bv Crusader Soaton money due if mare I traded or parted kept at reaionable ratei, but not responsible lor he by Old Whip, id dam a Rocky Mountain mate accidents should any occur " W.S. GAUXKR, MADISON, SANDIDGE & SON, SOX. WM. M. RUE Crab Orchard, Ky. Milledgerille, Ky. Daivillc, Ky. n Cor-bea- $6 to Insuro a Oolt 4 Months Race record 1:14, winner of the sweepstake premium for itisdard-bre- d troltert at the Woild'i Fair 1S93. Siredby Gambetta Wilkea 1:19, ttreot At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the colt coses or mare parted with. Mares grated or f d at reasonable prtcct. Xot responsible lor reel Jems thould any occur Gilt Kdge it a beautiful red torrel, flaxy mane and tail, is hinds 3 inchet high ; wat foaled Sept. 6, 18&6110J it a perfect taddle horte. (jilt Edge was showed as a and took the awecpitake premium at Ktrktvllle and DanHirrodtburg. Those ville and in hi own ring at who want to breed to a coo a saddle stallion are coidially invited to look at our horte and see him in Truth. In My wife is giving our servant cooking lessons. Muggins How is she getting on? WIggerly I don't know". I take my meals out. N. Y. World. Wlpgerly She Kiss me again. He My dear, I've just kissed you seventeen times in seventeen seconds. you Sho (reproachfully) Harold, lovo Tito Wan I lie of Loin. llllriil iRtioninro. hands high; sired by old Bourbon Chie whose pedigree Is given above. His dam wa Black Jennet, she by a Jack by Jason Walker' Castilltan and out ofa full sister to Buena Vttta who was out ot a jennet by Illack Samson. He will stand at SO. The service lee will be due in all cases where mares are parted with or leave the country when such fact it ascertained by us. A lien retained on all colli till teaicn fee Is paid.. Both Jacki have proven thetnselvct breeders. All colts intured till four months old. Care taken to prevent accident! but not retpon-,ibl- e thould any occur. first-cla- UXDERWOOD BROTHERS, Hubble, Ky CLINTON, JR. Insure Living another. Truth. -- jisVTr7iir5iir"-- i i ,t VtemmlkMa i. r '" ' V 1 j' "J J iJV . something spicy and realistic enough to (suit even yoc!" Z taw a field of rich, Broun clover grow "I told you that If you wrote any for the bec; Its blossoms thing lit to set up typo for, it would bo And turntng to the owner who stood by, I asked what timo the hart eating would bo. judged impartially and paid for at tho I regular rates." "Twill not bo pathorod la." "How then cried, "It isn't the pay 6o much," George ' Havo you no rccomponso for oil your tollr" Stanton replied, contemptuously. Tho farmer smllodj ho was mora wlso than It "Want to sco yourself in print, I sup- " I plow it under to enrich tho soiL" pose, well, lets seo wnatyou'vo pro And nil nt onoo I seemed to sec moro clear duced." Ho took up tho sheets beforo Somo things that I hud tried to comprehend: and began to read them. When ho Bos not the hoart, llko that broad Held, 1U him had finished ho turned to his ncphow growths PLOWED UNDER. boncy-latlc- EARLY SHEARING. i "erf t1 Itemnne Wliy It la to Ho Recom r I ' That never seem to reach their destined end? Its early dreams that perish unfulfilled? Its youthful, hopes, that vanish era their ' prlmo? Its fond affections and Its tender love, Oornu down beforo their perfect blossom tlmo? on these, and as I turned my feet Hack to tho city with Its swift turmolL I smiled and s.tld In tranquil, sweet content: God plows them under to cmtch the solL" Kate T. Goode, In N. Y Observer. I mused A REPORTER'S "STORY." ject" in surprise. His cyo beamed with tho delight begotten of "scoops," "Well, my boy. that's n corker!" ho said, heartily. "Where did you get it?" "Listened and heard some old gossips tell It as you told mo to da All I know is, that it's tho cscapado of n woman high in 'local social circles,' just as I'vo said." "Escapade, well I should think so, and sho saves her reputation by having a midnight supper charged to Mrs. 11 , who Is not In a position to ob"Of course I had to cxaggcrato it a trifle touch up tho high lights, you How Goorffo Stanton Mndo a Discovery in Nowspapor Work. "Write for tho Times! Do yon you went to college for that? You can't write." "Have you over given me the chance?" "No. Hut I know j'ou couldn't I daresay you'vo been counting on doing this, eh?" Tho younger man bowed. "And havo been laying in a stock of theflowing rhetoric and ories," tho older continued. "Humphl Tho Times wouldn't pay in a month's timo if wo fed tho public on stuff of that sort. What it wants is food of another kind." "What's to prevent my providing it as well as the otucr writers on tho fine-spu- n imag-in-o i 1 r j -- i across tho top. "What does that mean?" Goorgo Stanton inquired. "Those letters stand for 'must go.' " "Then whatever boars them goes?" His uncle surveyed him with a grim smile lighting his fuec. "It's apt to," he said, dryly. "Then anything might write would bo printed, regardless of its merit, if you so marked it?" "Certainly. Uut you must remember that an uncle indulgent to faults, and tho proprietor of this paper a successful business enterprise aro two distinct personalities " "Which you bear, I understand. Hut suroly literary merit cuts somo figure?" "Utn if tho namo of tho writer who possesses it is well known, it docs." "Not otherwise?" Tho elder man shook his head emphatically. "I'vo no use for 'em." "Why, that makes out tho newspaper machine of a of tho lowest order," George Stanton exclaimed, indignantly. "The brains of tho concern arc subservient to the 1 to-da- drawback to me? If it Tho sentence was left unfinished, and the elder man silently returned to his work of glancing over somo copy spread out on the desk beforo him. When ho had finished tho last page, ho turned to tho first and wrote "ta g." staff? Is my college education to bo n is" y money-makin- g "business office." "Exactly." There was a pause, during which tho younger man tipped back hi3 chair against tho wall and gazed abstractedly at the celling. At length ho brought tho legs of tho chair to tho floor with emphasis. P H whol.j of Shaltpspeare." "Then you giro me the chance?" Fre'le-le- k Stanton hesitated. "It's open to yon tho same as it is to all," ho replied, uidiffarontly; "you would c be paid for at our regular rates, providing we accepted it Mind you, I iluu't sayjfjll take what you spaco-wori- "I still maintain that it isn't fair that I shouldn't bo given a trial," he remarked. "I suppose you'vo got a batch of manuscripts all ready to fire at me." The nephew's face flushed. "I thought I don't want 'em. so. Now see here, what this paper wants isn't rhctori . it isn't eloquence, it isn't it isn't literary merit, as you call it it's just life plain, everyday lifvj. 1 wouldn't publish the most beautiful ilight of fancy that was over written I've no uso for that sort Hut life thinja near, local, personal give me thoM!. If you Keep your eyes and ears open, you'll find more tragedy in one block of San Franoisco than in the c, philo-HViiT- . aI ft tj M j particular?" "Neither. It is to let you know tht I havo boon further enlightened ataee wo last diaotmaad this subject I now understand what exists as n mighty factor in the management of a newspaper, and I want you to put it on Una top of that" lib tassotl wmo aheots of closely wrltton paper .oil tho dgak in front of tho other. "v( "Humph!" " 'If I listen I may gather tho vary mntcrial ho wants,' I said. I HstencL Eureka! I flatter myself that I'vo cot In "I'o followed your ndvice, Undo Fro J. and taken life for my subject" Ho threw himself Into a chair ami gavo a twist to Ids head in tho direction of the Inner door. It was sllghtty ajar, and lit rose and shut it before ho "You see, what you said about the tragedies of life and, of course, 1 inferred that you meant tho comedies an well-be- ing right undor our noeos, us it were, set rao to thinking. Moan-timI havo found out tho truo meaning of your myslio letters. Whatever bears thorn mutt go In tho columns of tho noxt Issue, tegardloss of time, space or other consideration. They are so potent as to require no explanation, no suggestions from tho moldem of public opinion who prosido in the ml iU) rial den. Whatever an oditor may reoeire irom a proprietor initialed m. g.' will bo print!, oven If It ba tho of thu entire staff." "Is this a lecture ou tho depravity of tho prew in general, or my own (taper e. office. "Hut if it Mills, you'll 'in. g.' It?" "If It suits." the other repeat ml, a ltytle sarcastically, with a movement which olo-ethe interview. A week later the young man again presented himself Ir. hit- uucle's private - writm" r wnrai, so that a man can enter it without being chilled througlu Tho question is frequently a pcrtinont ono its to whethor it is not better to shear early and not wash than to wait until Into enough to wie-- tho theep in warm water that is sure to como in lato spring. On tho other hand, if wool dealers could lw induced to pay for unwashed wool just what it i.s nctunlly worth per pound, it would bo a moro profitablo practico to tho f armors not to wash their wool As it is now, it defers tho clipping seasou until qnito lato and not only injures tho physical condition of tho sheep, but injures tho owner's chances of great profit But washing tho sheep too early in tho season is just as productivo of injury. Many n sheep the sheet has caught a heavy cold thnt resulted "1 never knew Hacon to do such a fatally by Iv'tig plunged in tho icy wathing before in all tho sevei.teen years ter early in tho season, and many more he's been on tho paper." havo had their systems temporarily "Where Is he?" from tho same cause. It is "Home, I suppose; 1 haven't seen quoston of tvro ovils nt present, and the King up tho porter and find Uockmastir has littlo choice. Considerhtm. out" ing every t' ing, ono appears as good n The man reported that Mr. Hacon practico as tho other. E. P. Smith in had leen in his ofllec all nigh, "walk-iAmerican Cultivator. I up and down, sor, strange-like- . nxed him wor anyone after him, but Amateur nnd Drlivr. ho said 'No.' kinder If n gentleman of leisure starts out and wlnt on walkin' up and to campaign n stablo of trotters for his down." Frederick Stanton dismissed the man. health or pleasure, competing with proIlls words had deepened tho mystery. fessional.", ho ceases to be an nmatour in "I can't understand this at nlL tho strict soneo of tho word, becatiso he Come, George, wo" will find out what It is doing exactly as tho professionals do, with tho exception that ho js not bffim; means." At tho door of tho editorial office, a paid for his timo und trouble, though he haggard faco confronted thorn. Mr. is saving tho expense of it trainer, and Hacon silently ushered in his visitors therefore virtually imying himsolf. Such ndiiver has no plnoo in tho amateur nnd closed the door. "I sent you somo stuff last night, ranks, but tho man who lean his bind-noperiodically evury dny or evry Hacon," said Vrodoriclc Stanton, "nnd I've come to hear your explanation if week for it spin down tho avenue and you can give ono as to why you kept oocnaiounliy gets up loiiind his own or hie friend's trotter and drives him in a it bade." The man addressed began to pace the race cortainly is an amateur irrespecroom nervously. tive of whethor ho wins or loses. The "It wa3 about a woman," he said, fact that a woahhy man campaigning finally. his horses himself through tho big cir"Well, what of it?" demanded his su- cuits is not thereby gaining a livelihood perior. "Her namo wan't mentioned, should not entitle him ton place among though it ought to havo been, and If It amateurs, notwithstanding tho actunl had been, is that any reason why you words teem to fit his case. Horseshould scruple to publish what I send man. In? You'vo never hesitated beforo over I.U i) .Stork rotut. such a triile as a woman's reputation." It is practicable if the thing is rightly There was an ominous pause. "Wo may as well understand one an- managed to spray oven largo flocks of other first as last," the speaker contin- sheep with thokeioseno emulsion, which ued. "It will never do for an editor to is donth to all forms of insect life. This doubt tho policy of un owner. You spraying with tho emulsion is much less would bo asking my reasons next. If disagreeable nnd laborious than tho old you aro to presumo to dictate to me, wo way of dipping tho sheep. may as well sever our connections at A writer nays that tho Pacific coast once." is far ahead of tho east in tho matter of Tho man addressed staggered slight- knowing how to load a wagon. Thero ly. Ilis faco paled and a huntod look is science in tho adjusting of n load en mo Into his eyes. so that a team can pull it easily, a "It was only a woman's reputation scienco that tho ordinary ignorant drivthat was at stako," he said, quietly, er knows nothing at all about. Tho "but the woman was my wife!" John mentioned claims that it is fully Howe Hargatc, In San Francisco Argo- writer understood in Son Fnuicisco. h "And darken the shadows. Well, wo want, nnd you'vo hit it tho first time. Only If we could give tho name of tho woman who did It, or those of her relatives, it would bo stronger. Don't know It, eh?" "No." "Well, tho namo of tho woman sho personated Is enough ioroue scoop, and wo'vo got that Perhaps others may know it, nnd it'll set 'em to talking." Ho took up his blue pencil and wrote "in. g." at the top of the page. "Perhaps you'll tnako a newspaper man after all, in splto of your college education who knows?" George Stanton seized tho manuscript and hurried off with it to tho editorial den, whero ho deposited It gleefully upou the top of a pile of papers on tho editor's desk. After that dinner, tho theater, supper, followed In succession, and at midnight ho tried to possess himself with patience to nwnlt the ar rival of the paper which would contain his maiden effort in journalism. disappointment An overwhelming awaited him. For, when ho unfolded the sheets not a lino of his production could ho find. After searching several tlmos through the sixteen pages of tho paper, tho conviction was forced upon him It had been omitted. He hastened to hi unclo's office, for, although it was Sunday morning, he knew he should find him there. "My article has been omitted," ho announced. Hi: undo surveyed the countenance before him. I haven't had tlmo to "Omitted? glance, ut the paper yet there's so much of it but it can't bo possible." "It is, thouglk Here's the paper; look for yourself." The proprietor glanced hastily over know." that's what I Tho postponement of tho shearing of hatchet did ho tell his papa sheep until Into in tho spring, is pretty he"And It withre'ly little hatchet?" that his done sho euro to causo sad results that may lead asked. to n amount of loss. As n rule, this , "Yes." "Hoys Is Just llko sho said with "."""" before, in fact, any hot spoil M possible a wlso shako of her head. ' comes. If not, tho animals, weighted This was a bit too deep for tho down hy their thick wool, nro euro to tencher. suffer from tho first warm weather.and if "What do you tnenn by that?" sho this is continued for any length of time inquired. their systems will become debilitated, The child seemed surprised nt tho and diseaso may set in. Itisqnitoewen- - teacher's Ignorance. tial that tho Hocks should begin their "W'y," sho replied, "always trying summer season hi good cqndition, nnd to blame It on somebody else. Tho litby shearing them early thoy aro suro to tle hatchet couldn't help Itself." Denvoid nny danger from diMie, They troit Free Press. also cscnpo troublcsomo nunoyanco from .Suro Slrrn. ticks, which nro suro to lodgo in their Wntts Tobson must bo aw fully wool in hot weather nnd causo considafraid oj his wife, lie Is always tellerable harm. ing us how Early shearing also nffects tho lambs, don't hurry sho will givo hint fits If ho home. for if tho mothers nro weakened by Potts That's the best sign In tho wearing heavy wools they nro protry world that ho Is not afraid of her at all. npt to givo poor health to their Tho man who is bossed by his wife To havo perfect lambs it is never says a word about It Indianapthen qnito essential that tho mothers olis Journnl. should bo sheared very early in tho ppring. Thcro is a final consideration to tiii: di;atii. that is important By early shearing wo are apt to get moro for tho wool than if kept until later, when tho wholo season's clip begins to como in. Thero aro many seasons when tho wool market is jjfl.K scarce, of supplies toward spring, nnd : n mbbkLi i rv in iiuini TT?Wpn n tho first new wool that comes in is l 11 llsFvJsv ' pretty suro to command a premium. jk a&VCAd3rsliX F Tho valuo of wool nlso depends largely upon tho condition which it is iu when sheared. Wool that is loug, silky and strong of fiber i.s suro to sell well and at a good profit Good washed wool will generally bring from 20 to !50 per cent moro than unwashed. It iwys a sheepmaster to wash his own wool fo ? long as such big deductions aro inatU Vfor tho unwashed. Tho amount of weight Patsy lost in washing does not legiu to corre- ongnge Casey You endeavored ter do 'feet Ions uv do 'ilanced wife spond to tho deduction usually mndo in uvnio frlnd Mister Janisey Corregan, tho price. But washing sheep delays the so he requlsUyou w ill accept dls dial-lingshearing timo until quite Into iu tho nn' name yer frind. Judge. I What Sho Thought Tho teacher had told tho small girl with the old woman's ways, tho story of Georgo Washington ami his littlo ;"" . v.v "i"' m," TnosK Wno abb PosTKn. Will loll ynu that tho finest and healthirBt This natlco and fortwarnt summer resorts in tho northwest are otheri not totretpati on httntert, fithermec per our landi without along thu Wisconsin Central minion, at all auwh will be eioiccuted to thektul located Siirned! Lines, ninonti which nro lakn Villn, Fox eit otcntof the law, M.r.ACKOWIT2. Lnke, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwonso, T. I). NKWLAND. O. C LYON. Waukfslin, Neriiah, Wnupncs, Fifleld, KRKDKAUMANM, ArIiIhikI nnd Uiiluth, Tourists and R, L. WHITE. pleasure seeker flguririfr on their next I.L.1IKCK. fiiimmer'H vacation should benr this iu T C II ALL I'KTF.R iia'lmku. mind nnd before selecting n routo d'on a IS PI I.I.I l'S. Pitssptigcr lino to Jus. C. Pond, J. K. IlltUCE, AKent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, at Milwaukee, Wis, and he will (mud MYERS HOUSE jou mnpH, time tables and iiido bonks contnii ing valuahln infnrmntlnn, which nre mailed fn i upon Hpplicntion. 1 1 POSTED. l I.IirERX STJL BX.1: ". W. GREEN, Prop. New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, WagonB, -- g. rm h- .. m v ii m Hf? . - CincmuMi anil St. l.oul, with 1'alacc vlcrpitic Can between St Louis and Wa hlnttoo, l C.vUthelllG FUL'H Route. The eWant arrrice Hired by the HIO KOt'R between Cincinnati nd M Loula It excttled by ro other line. Nlirht traim are comnoard ot new cara throuchout, ccacheaof the latest Improved pattern and Wagner Sleepinf Car in fervlce for the flrit time llay tralnthave I'arlor and l'raw. mC Room Cara and eiuiilte I'inlns Cart and through l'alace llulfot MrenlPK Cart between M In-- d l.ouiaand Woihirton I) ( , via anrpolit and Chctapeake ' Ohio Rv , in conThe Ihnlnc nection with the lanv ut "K K V Cr Service ettenda through from .M I.oult In shinKton ror lull Inloiiuation ttRanllpg ratet etc , npplr to nearot tlcktt rpebt, nr addrrtt li li Maiitn, lien i rait an.l iivket jKtor t. O .MtCcrmlck l'a Trafflr Manager " N Tho Gig Four Routo to Chicago nnd St. Louis. The 11IO TOUR route ha the belt terminal la. cililict nt Chicco. A'l cnlrr Chicago on the lllinoln Central traclct along nx mUciofthe Lake Kiont. ihrciuh tlie mrt pictiirctiiue tor I ion ol the city, ami UnJ pvMiicr In the inai;nili-- J rent New Cetitial Station on Tw.ifth Sttctl aixn I.akelrcrt I hit nation it convenient lo the Auditorium, Klchehcu, Victotla ami I. eland Hoh tel. ami within two Hlo. ttof the State and Strert Cable L,mt and the South Side Railway Comtnutit itopaare alio made at lljrilo Park, Ihirt) ninth Strict and Twenty recond htieel .Sinliom. Marnllicent Vctiibulrd Tralm, Tarter Can tilt, Private Cntnpatimi-n- t lluf-lhlcfpit.g Cnr and Sup. tb limine Cart, No trati'ler aetata Cincinnati to make tonnrctiont. Your ticket ihoulJ read v.a the 1IIG FOUR Kontu to elijiy tbcie nnvlUiret. Solid tralnalie-tn-n tr-lWa-laiKtt-rainl -- Thii Mable, which It run n connection with th Mycrt Hume, hatjbeea tupplied with well-kiiu- A nil., ruuimer't Suppl es mid la better than i wupply tho public with prepain FIU3T-CL.AS- 3 UIOB OK ALU KINDS. Pertonal and pioraptaltintlon given to Wedding l'artiti and llurlalt, P. ORKKN, AL11URNS, Matiajfr Proprietor NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: 3rX2s9S?Ln' - chant of the town eave her aliAillAfif Chamber. Jaln'a Colic, Chivltra and Ilarrtra Uenioly lie . in 4 mi.i'ii. nut, ,jkiik tiif .i- b.iti hm firl drte Kur aale by I)r S ( llocler, Hiuj ...-1- tadr at Teolera, I.a., wat very lick with bib loin celte when M. C Tuter a prominent mcr A EiU. Stanluni. o WET? SXTFFEB from that oW complaint w'-ecm hr ntntly cnied by an y-- OHIO, IN DIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, HE B RASK, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, - TEXAS, prma MunnKt-- s It &oiuclior. No more doe h th stage otsouro With Iht too lofty hut; Slio ucnrs a comb ami hUfo coiffure. Ami Mints It off wltb that. -.- ICuwas Oity Journal. Eleetropoise O'ruie havaliecn ii.r-- rinsT class, second class AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE why no you NORTH AND EAST. 'UUMAH VCST1BUIE0 COACHES, SLEEP1N0 AND DINING CARS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Ill IVctlnc llinl crest-falle- n duel. Second Guntlemnn (sternly) I did, sir. First Gentleman And I told you that I had just boon married nnd f'dld not care to risk my life at any hazard. Second Gentleman (haughtily) I remember, sir. First Gentleman (bitterly) Well, my feelings havo changed; any tlmo you wnnt to fight let mo know. Alex Sweet, in Texas Slftlngs. Your TriM First Gentleman (entering tho npart-meof second gentleman) About a year ago you challenged me to light a nt Chancl. Disease Cured Without Medicino Not an e eitnc belt r battrrr. hut a ttmple home i riiwi'M which tju.tt the tutire bJy of tnc pant hi lab id MRFOLKigWESTERN RAILROAI CHC1PCST. BCST ND OXYGEN. Atk your rpghHor ahout It; If he can not till ou, write to ut for one ot our boaki tent lice. NethlnR ha rv- - r reieivid o many tcMimeblah from tiuitwonr pertona, many of hem a.e krwwnto ut. Western Rreerc'cr, Louiiville. the KlectrspoMe It a inyaterytQ me; aliuott a miracle KIdtr John I. Kixlgcrt. Inrne night tho Klectropolan tclicvr.l tnc of onacettlon in the brain nnd vertigo, Rev. Gc II Meant, CcvlnKten, Ky. A Iri nil l mine w a eailrelr curel of the epi-Pev. W. W, llrucn, habit with Kletrepite IIhiovI1I, Ky I he Ulectri xne u a waleifl JMtrumcat and It It nirc wotMteirfHl at to haw it deet In work, et it m it T. I.. C Ilrialey, (Plawt) vllle. Ky. Adalreaa I)ullt fc Webb, toy Koarth lU, Louiiville, Kv. m QUICKEST LIMC. W Writi fif Rti". Mti. 'rime TaWca. Dcicrlflh nmphleta, to any htatioti AKnt. or to m r. anaao, w. aiLCN huil, ncviiu, I - iuiiMiar.il ff ll. I'l mux hi no. fMttiff lit. Trull notiiiki.it. l". I Sau Francisco Portland, A World '8 Fair Record. CHICAGO IA I.nzarus Goldstein I love your daughter, and would like to marry her. Mr. Mr. Isidore Goldfogle Oljrrt Thn .Monry. . .nflw-.T-'- r 4.AV n' her, myipoy. Mlt Rebecca, who is 18 years old, I give $r,000; mlt Sarah, who Is 04, S10.0CO; mlt I.oweaa, who Is SO, Vioh ono do you vantV Goldstein Haven't you vim nbout $10,000? Alex Sweet, in Texas Slftlngs. $25,000. You may havo dtt 'aK'si Uh5k;',iS,lW?iSt rts..Ts;; rSJ,-UA.- i i- lftK1 iVTrwstt3e :sk?.-i- t i k ' rw', a, Wf rrofi-tslniui-l absont-mlnded-lik- e, Ky. Midland E'y, Shortest an.) quicken between PTJLLMA2TSA1TD PAELOB OAHS. ONLY I IXH KR(M I.OL'ISVII LK She waa n ery sertotts aiatd, Of JoUes sbo to b afraid. A lunny man had coertrd bur. Tm.t be bad bot4tt of ptttttb Hat lnfvronix nrt no good, Mfc Couldn't Take l.tco, n .!. Ciiiclimntl and FrauUfort Only Direct Line betaeen RUNNING DINING - CARS. WKllK TO from iriiupsryoti uUf hi fcur. lnfr Urtid liiiu Into hoU.ikIa in deep dcspouitfrnt turns be spefce: " Mm must iboucat I wse a Joke." hc Free lrea. s I'mpor Timo for !!trytlilri;. "If yoa wish to retain your situation, Mr. Pip-rit will be necessary to pay more attention to your personal appenrHiico. You look a though you had not shaved for h week." "I In 1 am raUing a lieurd, hir." '"I'luith no excuse, sir. You must do thnt tort of thing outside of bustuohs hours." Life. A , 1 Atk lor tick tta va Kentucky Mm Und. run be Central Staaflard rime. Tn.e Tbl. Aprl i, ' N No. i. TRAINS KAST. j n nt. am. Leave I'rankt'irt A 4 700 4 eo Summit too KUoorn ti i4 it " Swiiaar ii "- SUmrliiE wrcmiwt-- 7 4 3' Dreall .711 Frnnkfort, Georgetown nntl Purls, Carlisle Mnysvilio, Oynthinnn, Fulmonth nntl Oovlnffton. Traiita Ne y p m. 1 It It BACON, D P A. Lwuitvil'e, K y. rj. RKKD.O PA Ckteuct , 111, fit. Paul. ilj. Denver. THE WBSJCI.Y SOURIER-JOURNA- - nt 1 1 CeuifevHr... fil.ankrtb Arrive i,an.........C....... TRAINS WIliT. Arr KHitkoih Arr Cenlrevlilc .. Lvc Parli ... C " ' -- 7 Jamaa.. (eril8WH.ll - 4 C S. J)Mt.... - 7 81 Newton- .le ..... ..1 ill 5 J $ u ill sju ft a ten iwe eiht nlumn Umrttie It coo'alna it... - i II HY WATTEU30N ctrr, 'Sine coins. I. the i "" - " 110 3 10 L r IIEN i (J $5 j ? rjl Tlliut to CmmhIiIit. "Will you bo my wife?" "I eaunot answer such a question ns that t Ithout taking tlmo to consider." "Pardon my Impotuokity. How long must I wnit?" "I think there will bo time for you to closo tho doors nnd turn down the light a little." Puck. All lllKtlilll-- . NV 1. N0.4. p hi. a hi. 9 an Ne. I a. m, TheWF.I KLY COL'KIF.It- - JOURNAL maVet very liberal trrma t agent , tree irc Riv fir lulm Satnine fnpi't the paper ami (aHr pa(e I'remluitt iot freu to any No, la aiUlroat. Write to J II PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. ei im ad 11 1 p. m. 4 ! 4 ij 3 ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L AirNtwtown AirC. S. I)ifKt ( is 19 IS $ J CO. KY. Mr. Seddlt Mr. Seddit (firmly) Miss Pu.ssu (sluiporing) They soj these photographs don't do me justice, Arr Elkhcrn Arr Summit Arr Frankfirt ArrSwtier Arr OeoiKCtown 11 47 Arr Jolinwn ,. Arr Duvall it t AtrStimi'g Ground 1100 ...94a II 10 37 n 9 art 6; io : 6 17 641 $! 747 800 810 8 & J" Ji LUOIhVII.I i:, The Serai - Weokly Interior Journal, Anil The Courier-Journal 10 .1117 11 .A Jj 713 7 a 7 t6 7 jo jo i) i 905 9 'S Weekly A connectawith L. A N. A C. and L. S. It col ncctt with C connect with K. C. .1131 js (. Will te tent one year to any ailitrctt far OS TS. AdJreat, W. I' WALTON, btinfor.1, liy ' No, they do not But, then, justice, you know, should alwajs be tempered with mercy. Chicago Ilccoitl. MaiIii HIiii IV. I Hi naut Too Sjlmrt Notloe. Old Mr. Johnson, familiarly known as "Uncle Zeke," wao so fond of hit death-warra- nt coppers as to havo uequired tho reputation of being a "lectio nigh," but ho was alao fond of creature comforts. Sometimes It taxed his ingenuity to reconcile thse conflicting tastos. The citizens of Milltoun were noted for getting up entertainments of a social und edible nature, called "subscription parties, " and Uncle Zke was almoat invariably uno of the participants. He 6a t Nihil hi desire for economy, however, by fasting for a certain length of time beforehand. On one occasion a party waa hastily arranged In ltonor'of some transient guest of tho town, und Uncle Zeke was informed of the affair on the forenoon of the wry day on t was to be uhich tbo If you h " . in .ha" tret's for yoar given. "No, no," tuiil the old man, poultry, i ' .iir huiifl'in or iwfor emphatically "I should have ben ' f r Muulu tiht'ii t' j happy to ro if .ouil gin me miu fH ' 'I t III .! .' i notice YouKin'r. 'ly ihaige about i .t ihtwhat u' i ii, in bit ;t 1 'I'.. .. haven crutuev to it ic.Miy, I cm ,.. hfll '. ', il'.l lis th' ri f tl about half my money's wuvJil As it if, tl l,i' l iraraeg in I can't go this time. U'd too slort no Ani rtf.i. .0 f . r ri. tiny porCo:!. Uce." Youth's Companion. f Bided, preyed ensilage has not proved sucrose!. It decays. Breed for full pigs in .Time. When a horso breathes hard and blooJy matter runs from his iKstnls,it is protty evident he has glanders. Commit a and find out for oertain, and if it is a clear case kill tho horse atonre and ciemate his body without skinning. A man died in Brooklyn a year ago frrun handling the hidea-r.glandered horsy. Cows may bo dishorned at any tiuw and under all conditions if it ia carefully doa. Pat a bandage of tarred wosliii over the wound after the bom has been removed. Dip 'V s;ruy yimr sheep Jest after tli x'n ' Abor.i to days alter shearing i i nd time to spray or l. a Trnmplelsrh Why, Cholly, my boy, you look as spick and hpan as a new button, after last night's FrLsldlo tltr. Cholly Chumplelgh home und changed me eauu. Yn-a- racket SUNDAY TRAINS. : Leave Franktort 9 00 a. m ; (Jorctown 10 o a. m. Lie Gtori;eiown 10 j;; nrrivn rrauLUit 11 ft p. in. AT The Krtitucky Mtdlind Ralwayand ennnec cheaputt tin form the thottt amiami Weal. route to all ltBinninc on tlic lBt Monday Ncnli pnintt South, in Mnrcta, Ker further mfurmstvon apply U tholr taenia. tlo. and on e.ith nrt ,loi..i.iy thticatter, a Itr'RCAW. fien I'll AtHt Mariet will he hclil at Ottenheitn fnr thoMoik CD. HARPKH, tale On. Supl tiEO. It. al llorret. Cattle, Shr-eaal llogt reiiont to tell or tbo e withlng to buy aro inwt-to attentl. ll-irwill le no to STOCK MABKET 0TTENHEIM. Kt, WM euie CANiiCraPK ant-boI- y. a. Wont Hallo. Wuntnl Ulllle'it Father Bobby, I thought I told you to divide that apple with your little . blstur. Bobby Well, I wasn't going to have Willie Bryan think we had only one npplo in the house. Judge. , i:iiit. . V&SfvfflMvSi i?lJWMA Wtlf 1 -- si&miffifM& ' sm2&?Lcsx?&m .li&SSALfkZEitettm usxii&ei& r45ii 2V-- Ct'tnhciui, Ky my ! .jrf-w- fj mammB w3S8lBfai &rJJYiX--- r?-. "- IJmlttttliHM N- or llypHottMi. p- - Now Boarder What's the row, Lt H I 1 St. H. L- ' livniwitltni. trvlner In iliLhlm Landlady It's, that profossar of wttt'i ur- mission to go out thU erenlng. N. Y. Wookly. Hub '0"r - l ntin " s Thoroughbred Duroc Bod hint I f nrona'ali, Hrcicr hlintrof -!. v - S anil Tiira (rem RofrealOnftIUil No 1'h uiee. A StH Hot or Gold, e J or IB u hia'iii. t . ir.'i t r. ,t .i.u-- r. .n.' Oh'.J .ilid lll.r.ni. fMrf.. R. fl. Jirmuofh, Crab Urchara. BOgl. Jersy .,.. f. -;- -, entert-dnmen- 1 1 . I llgtcl Proprietor Wo tlon't !low Oook any 'anaoa or chatui here. Otimljler Tliis If n't u janio of I clmuoe. My frUetrl hcru has no rli.tmo. Ilfooklyn Ujlbh Ralr Trim cr C'ak Sh;, (o m 3hcr. ls Farmer's Brbr J'TuIt At' 11 Tree; For Sale I 1. 1 -- foil-time- s I LU. v-- :mav, 1 - i.i-r:- An Itmitll'illp , (it-lMii- . f. 1 p I it-cur- "What was thnt suvtul rio. i in iuur houBo lust nitrhf?" nsUcil whoro "Ohl My wito incn-lI'd been."IlaUo. and Xuraorte one uiln Wtt t f J nt In ntv. We hnva aa flna n I t 1 .Lit k irl i ,my bhii Avar aanilll, rr.dv r ir oteh d am! xariltn 'i" f If - 1 11 JT It. and Pcorttre will r tj to rrsatfio pur humlreil. 1 avjht, Keb i. "ir Ta m r wt h ir i n 1 v i Every- tiea ibu CawtcDU, a attructive ami tha viillth.rl.ij 'Cilr'tar ci Igmitv nariiea nail lo thu trat win cjiliureu nap) convicticn m ua found Iwre ibu atrixt Porcirculaia A ii.fliaiu.iuo. uuureat pavfioo, j. a. .l! KliK ft CO., v hubble, Ky 1 K tuft ville, Ky $3.00 ad TJSrW'D 1 Fruit 1 IV-- X rj .T 1 j ht. lf -i.- '-JU ". mmrwwmm ..--4 t r ? - T . . '. i . iZ.. i- -t U. ..&.!. '.'. -- mmstm "JAlUs&&Vm AF- rias ZT.5 m H'l'iyy W.iuwJ,.nn lfcuWftt ni-M- MiyiNMtAM i iwiiWinnfTT- - MM " - SL (gg$b& Danville, . ; oemi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Prop. U. will occur F. Johnson's commencement Juno 8th. 1 STANFORD, Wasted a No. May 25, 1894 Jones & Son. Jersey cow. B. F. YOU E. C. Walton, Business Manager you. Danke, tho jeweler. We have some fine opal rings to show MEANS BUSINESS. Kentucky. Buy your school books nnd school supplies ol nil kinds at A. K. Penny's. Watches, clocks nnd jewelry ropnired nnd warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. The InrgeHt stork ol Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Taints and Wall Paper nt A. H. Penny.'s. Pescriptiona a specialty. PERSONAL POINTS. Wanted, good farm ham with family. J. F. Gover, Stanford. ... Buy goods of us as cheap as same goods are sold anywhere in Kentucky. No better stook of Wash Goods to be found. Our prices Bi'Y something substantial for a commencement present. We can surely range from 5c up. All of otir choice Woolen Dress Goods arc now please you. DnnkB, tho jeweler- to be closed out before July 1st. At that time wo must begin to buy for the fall trade and these must go. Our Black Dress Goods are alBkmemiikk that six per cent, will bo added to your taxes after June 1st. I ways up to a high standard in will be glad to receipt you for your taxes Bninll : Any One Can, CAN either in full or in part before that date. O. J. Newton d. Style, Quality and Price. Cas-simcrc OUR Extraordinary I Mr. Ikciii Sbaiioknt went to Lexing ton Wednesday. Mns. Jknnik OAi:rKNTKii and W. II. King went to London Wednesday. Mil. B. II. Danks went to Louisville yesterday morning to lay in more good?. Mns. U. B. Cooi'Eit lm be?n con lined to her bed for Severn! days with neuralgia. Mns. Dit. McKeb, of Danville, who line been visiting Mrs. It. C. Warren, returned las proved very successful. just as advertised and vc had Wc never had such a rush of customers before, except during the Christmas trade. The sale is still going on and you would do well not to delay your shopping. We mention a few items of importance and leave unmentioned hundreds of articles that we have cut prices on but many of them are in too small lots to advertise. We call your attention to special drives in Dress Goods, viz: At J? I per yard wc offer you choice of our finest imported novelty Dress Goods that have been $1.50 to $2. 25 per yard. At 69c per yard. Choice of any novelty Dress Goods that sold at Si per yard. At 39c ppr yd. .jo inch silk and wool novelty dress goods that were cheap at 50c. Mack Goods. At prices low enough for you to buy for future needs. Staple Goods, such as Serges, Henriettas, Bccgcs, Bcngalines, Mixtures, &c, &c, at greatly reduced prices. home Wednesday. Mit. J. II. Baioiiman is making his periodical tour of the mountains in the interest of his mill. Miss Tii.uk Oi.nclk, of Lexington, who has been visiting Mrs. Julius Nero, returned home yesterday. Mhb. Fhank 0. Skvkhkxce, of WashThe reductions advertised were all made ington, has joined her daughter, Miss a big stock of new goods to select from. Bessie nt Mrs. Jou Coifcy'a. Mil. Nearly nil the old inhabitants agree Don't buy until you examine our stock. Our Summer Weight that Mr. Reuben Williams is right nnd Clothing is now to be sold; we will not carry them over. Our Mr. John W. Bout wrong in his date of customers we know will buy when they have the prices. You can the snow storm of 1851, though Mr. Bout can whip the man that dares tell him bo. buy a Clay Worsted Suit, Shirt, Shoed, Hat, Tie. Socks, Suspenders The Post. Mr. David B. G. Hose, and Drawers from us for Si 2. 50. Come and sec for yourself. A laagent for ttie Louisville Post, was here dy can buy a Spring Jacket or Wrap for one-haits value. A good Wednesday and established an agency pair of Kid Gloves lor 50c, in large sizes. All our Gloves, Hosiery, for tho sale of his paper. George Corsets, Laces, Trimmings, Parasolls, Umbrellas, &c, are down to Barnes Wearen is agent and the first sell. If you buy from us Sio's worth of goods for cash you get one morning seemed 42 subscribers to the of the finest crayon pictures of yourself ever made. Come and exexcellent daily. amine the work. Don't delay but come now. Fiuknds of Gov. McCleary should rnnke it n point to attend the county convention hero next Saturday nt 2 r. i. lf am Mns. J. B. FosrKit, Mrs He has no opposition but n faithful servant loves to have his masters say, "Well done," to him, and Gov. McCreary eminently deserves such expressions from us. Mit. R. HUGHES & TATE. COMMENCEMENT Is near at hand. Give something pretty, substantial and up to date for a present and For-estU- B A ABOUT DRESS TRIMMINGS. Wc have an elegant line of heavy yellow "Point De Venice" laces in edges and inscrtings. The very latest. Also a fine line of Jet Trimmings, Colored and Pearl Trimmings for Party Dresses. Black laces and insertions. All these now are reduced just ONE-FOURT- EVENING DRESS GOODS. Plain white Organdie, 2 yards wide at 50c and 65c per yd. Solid colored Organdies at 29c. Plain China Silks, 32 inched wide, at 50c. Real Japanese Silks, a full yard wide, at 75c. Pure silk Crepe Stanley at 39c; has been 75c. Silk Crcpons at 33 Jc; were 50c. White and to 75c per yd. Satin Stripe Taffetas light colored wool goods and Moires were Si. 25 per yd., are now S9C All these arc desirable goods for commencement and party dresses and are much below the 37c usual prices. IN'id and Mrs. Mary W. Bowman went to Louisville Tuesday. Mit. and Mns. John Kihiiy, of Lancaster, vm ro over yesterday to see her parent, .Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Vandeveer. Ma. Wm. II. Weaken went to Lexing ton vteilncguay to attend the marriage ol his uncle, Mr. James Denton, to Mies Grimes, of Athens. Mns. J. W. Haydkn nnd Mrs. Mary Craig went up to lliiHtonville yesterday to hid Dr. H.I'.Hrown farewell prior to his trip to California. Ai'teii spreading sunshine all around her and gladdening tho hearts of her friends, Mips Evelyn Buchanan returned to Crab Orchard from n short stay with Mies Esio Burch. A cocplk of tho I. J.'s typos acknowledge receipt of invitation to the commencement of Lynnland Female College at Glendale, Juno C, sent by Misses Edna Courts and Lucile Menefee. Juixix Sauii.ky will deliver an address to the young ladies of Greenville Institute who graduate in June. The judge is an eloquent speaker and will doubt- less bo greeted with a largo audience. llarrodsburg Sayings. 'SijrniE L. B. Adams and family p bps od through Tuesday to liustonville from a week's visit to relatives in the Hubble section. The 'squiro is a candidate for juptico of the peace in his district. but it must notjbo supposed that he was down in that neck of the wood looking for votes. Mk. John C. IIkhndon, of Louisville, candidate for State treasurer, was here thisweek combining electioneering with drumming for his printing house. Mr. Herudon is n well qualified man for the position he seeks, hut he is not likely to become very popular with the rural newspapers, whose living ho knocks into. CITY AND VICINITY. Williams says that the cold spell and snow Mr. J. W. Rout spoke of in our last was on tho lGth of April, 1S51, instead of Mny 17th of that year, as Mr. : : Rout thinks. He remembers well to havo gone to Liberty on that day and From our complete stock of seasonable goods. Wc mention a few tho records in n case he had in that court below but you can find in our stock anything pertaining to the jewelprove ito him conclusively that ho is ry trade: Birthstone Rings, Neckchains, Watch Chains, Dress Pins right about tho dato. and Buttons, Hair Pins, Hair Pins, Stick Pins, Scabbard Select Your Present The Breast Pins, Pins, Gold Watches, Gold Pens, Glove Buttoners, Belt Buckles, Killed near Lily. Mrs. Laura J. Faulkner sends nsthe following: "John Book Marks, Paper Cutters, Stamp Cases, Umbrella Straps, Coat Collins from Bird Eye mines, was shot Marks, etc., etc., etc. through tho head and instantly killed 1 milep South of this place about G o'cock i. m. Mondny, by William Stott. An held last evening. No arrest was made. Stott has disappeared." The murderer accused Collins of stealing his wife. A from DANKS', : : Jeweler. it There were no church services anywhere in the city Sunday, and the public and private schools will be closed. The physicians issued a bulletin requesting that no public services bo held anywhere in town for some time. Knoxville physi cians have been summoned to consult with local physicians. dispatch Bnrbourville says You are cutting your own home comforts short if you fail to buy that diphtheria has developed there and from the tho physicians havo declared epidemic. Mind What You Do! New : one-fourt- Furniture : House. h The Fair is now a certainty. Eighty shares of stock have been taken and a meeting of the stockholders will be held at tho at 2 r. m. Saturday, June 2, to elect officers, arrange the list of premiums and transact other business. There is already jusurance of a tine lot of stock from a distance nnd with the full quota iu this and adjoining counties, wo see no reason why the fair will not be a success. court-house You can buy more goods, because I sell strictly for cash. Competitors will never know where to begin to meet my prices. Ev ery branch is novel, new and complete. Why should you buy on time or pay cost elsewhere, while you can borrow money at 6, 7, 8, 10, 15, 20 or 25 per cent, and furnish your house for less than what has been considered the price of manufacture ? Get on the train and come to Stanford and you will readily see that my prices pay freight to any point in Kentucky. I want your patronage. I am in business to sell goods and never hesitate to price them and shall never allow Respectfully, competition prices to be quoted to me. W. W. WITHERS. CURTAINS. Lace Curtains from 50c per pair up. Muslin Ruffled Curtains Si. 75 and up. Madras Curtains Si per pair and up. SUK uurtams J5 per pair and up. Each and all at much less than regular prices. House cleaning time is here. See if you need curtains and take advantage of our low prices. Entertainment. Mies Georgia Lewis will close her fourth term as teacher of the Mt. Xenia school next Tuesday, at 8 r. m. with a musical and literary enter- OPEN YOUR EYES WASH GOODS. 3c. . Of every kind and at very low prices. Best shirting calicos at 3c. Best 16 inch Penangs at 10c. Printed Duck Scotch Lawns for ioc, 20c. Scrgettc cloth now 12 c. New line of a fine Lawn that 35c Galatea cloth now never sold under I2c, that we offer at 7c. 25c. SHOES, HOSE AND GLOVES. Wc can save you money on ladies' and children's shoes, and always show the prettiest styles. High shoes and Oxfords at all prices from Si to $5. White kid slippers Si. 50. White and colored satin slippers at S2.50. We handle exclusively "Peerless" Fast Black Hose None for men, women and children. Take nothing but "Peerless". so good. We have sold 3,000 pairs. Not one faded or rubbed off. Kid Gloves for street and evening wear fitted on. Prices Si to S3. Silk Mitts and Gloves 25c to 75c. Gfg - Danville, Kentucky. tainment by the school, assisted by formRead the following prices and profit thereby, Prices are what peo- er pupils nnd others. Tho Cook boys, of Danville, also former pupils of the ac pie want and not Smoke Dix cigars. W. B. McBob- - complished young lady, will be on hand erts. v. itli their orchestra to furnish the music. A. R. Penny's is tho place to buy jew- The small admission feo of 15 cents for adults and 10c for children will be chargelry. liThe new turquois rings only 50 cts. at ed, the proceeds to go to the Bchool Bring your cash with you, as these prices are for cash only. All brary. A nice entertainment is assured " Danks, the jeweler. and the capacity of the house will be competitors will say we are foolish for selling new and seasonable s hair cut, shave fully tested. Ik you want n goods at such prices, but we want the goods to move and know .. or shampoo nnd hair singe, go to Cook Thk illustrated lecture by Mr. Isaac & Farmer. M. Yonau, tho young Persian, who is Refrigerators, ice boxes and the best trying to raiso money to complete his ed Mc- ice cream freozors on tho market. ucation so aa to return to his country Zephyr Gingham Ginghams ioc 7 "4c Kinney it Hock or. nnd preach the gospel of the living Sav- ioc 18c 25c Zephyr Ginghams ior to his benighted brethren, filled the 20c Zephyr Ginghams 15c R. ZiMMKii, tho enterprising baker, is Presbyterian church to overflowing Wedpainting, papering and otherwise beausold evAll wool Serge and Henrietta, black and colors, at nesday night and all were interested and tifying his storo room. instructed. The lecturer speaks English erywhere at 50c. All wool Novelty Goods at 374c, usual price 50c. . Southern is Belling remarkably well for his opportunities, Worst Challies, dark grounds, 19c. All Novelty Dress Patterns less The Cincinnati round-tritickets to Cincinnati during and his peculiar accents and pronuncia- than cost to import. the La ton la races at 15 from Junction tions makes his talks the more attractive. If you need a Black Dress you should see our stock and prices. We City. He speaks 11 languages with more or less inacfluency. Persia is one of the most other houees At Cost. To close out the stock of cessible countries in the world. It is 11, want you to compare these prices with those made by Groceries, Glass, Tin and Queensware 030 miles from the United States and to and judge for yourself. of A. A. Wnrren the same will be sold at reach the Capital of tho country requires This sale will commence Monday, May 2S, and close Saturday, cost. Bargains for you. J. B. Paxton 11 days. There are no railroads or other June 2d. Come next week and get a dress at about y$ less than you assignee. public conveyances, tho only means of pay elsewhere. W. D. BekhYj physical director, asks travel there being upon tho backs of donus to announce that Centre College keys, that go only about 15 miles a day. Field Day will bo held at the Danville In speaking of Cyrus, ono of the Bhah's fair grounds, Wednesday, tho 30th, at of Persia, Mr. Yonnn said ho was the 3 r. m. belt and greatest king that ever lived, except Washington: which remark was s Attend the salo of tho farm, stock, applauded as much as it could bo in household goods, &c, of W. M. Higgins, church. His reference tothe shah's havdeceased, next Thursday, 31et. Sale will ing 400 wives nnd numerous other points Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. commence at 1:30 o'clock. J: P. Chan- in his descriptions of the country and My stock is sure to please you in dler, auctioneer. his own experience provoked much Oratory and music will reign trium- laughter. He had a great number of pic25th. The tures nnd as the room was warm he bad phant at Lancaster Concert Band of that place has engaged to "lioosel," sb he said to get through in the Centre College orators, Martin D. deceut time. He is a man of tine intelli. A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, VarHardin and Casey M. Owsloy, to deliver genco and Christian people should lend nishes, &c. their prize speeches "What NoxtV" nnd him a helping hand in his effort to pre"What is your Life?" and will add to pare himBelf for work among the heathen. the enjoyment of the occasion by giving Our people do not seom very anxious to help, however, as tho receipts by hat conBefore Spring Cleaning. numerous musical selections. A large crowd ought to go from tributions, wero only $17.50, less than 5 cents a person. here. Watches at Danks, the jeweler. CHIN : MUSIC. I2c 37c, tlrst-clas- ThesePrieesWillDoIt. p m 1 m m SEVERANCE & SON. WALL PAPER DESIGN, QUALITY. AND PRICE. HA1TX YOUR REPAIRING DONI Admis-sion.25- c. io Semi-Week- ly Interior Joornh AT Published Every Tuosday and Friday 2 XJ2R YJCAIt (EarWhen not K. no iy ADVAyCM 7:00 a. m., pud S2.60 will be charged."1 C LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Itowiand at night. ThurHtlny, May times to ba tho iiuail and pheasant, 1894, Ladles Lincoln County Tho prohibitionists of this county ....... t j 3; pm which so numerously abound in that Cail tr'tu coin; Netth..., The t'arn of Are cordully invited to call at the M Asaph aro making efforts to have Geo. W. Rain, . " South. 113pm Held and examine the machine, as well at mm ...... 11 51 pm section of our State; at other times to of Lexington, lecture here in the near tZxprsts train " South... pies of us werk McMUKKAV. IIRDS . Acros Land, m seek the society of loved ones, many of " " North..., " htatitord, Ky 3J 'J" future. Coeil Freight Nurth..., 936 an About 75 Acies in cultivation now . the remainder ray with ne, as ,.3 07P m whom are now growing bouts.. pupils of the school hero have in grass, situated 4 mil ts from Crab Orchard, H The The latter trains alto carry passengers. Soo tho World's Fulr for 16 ConU tulles from Stanlonl and I mile from Cedar Creek well as toil. Hut tho climax of those YOU ARE.... C pn receipt of your nddicss and 15 cents In tatlu, on the L. & N railroad. Two story frame Thi above ii calculated on standard time. Solar anuual visits was reached last Friday, all departed for their homes and Lum you our vmvenir house, four noms, also dining room and kitchen, ae it about so minutes filter. Allen, who had become hopelessly Binit-te- n nostaee stamps we will lean lNirtfoho ol the W'otld's Columbian KMMition porches, Ac, good cittern, amnke house, all Ice when by previous arrangements a small with n curtain young lady, refuses to The regular price is joe, but as we want)outo House, ilouMt cbln In yard, large lrn, two com ROUTE. QUEEN & CRESCENT have on we make tho price rmm,innl You will cribs, two bucgy himses and a llUcksmith Shop, army of kindred and friends met for tho be comforted. mlut bukfrom the cities with a large nnd fird it a work of Art aud a thing to Ke prised. It Tool, Ac. 'Iiie farm will be ottered in two tracts well tile, td stock if Ml LI IS'EKV, whi h will Going North tram pass Junction City a fol- p irpoeu of funning with tho finny tribe. morning was far contain full page views ol thu Ktest buildings, mid as a whcle. Land nates will bear Interest sen cheaper than ever .tins Laura Jad. e, a suThe snow Sunday lowsVestibule starts 6 a. m. wltti descripticns of same and leMvutt. In the irnm Jan. 1, 1845, six percent. In 6 perior trimmer trnm Cincinnati. haaextfiKed with Langford's Mill on Kound Stone was more sad than beautiful. Vegetation highest Local 1:10 p.m. Florida Limited i p. m third its it In me and I mn guarrntrc satisfaction in eery parstl ot art. If lwt satlWIed with it alter months; one Good school nxHitsis and Limited 3:13. a. m sump and let u I months. ticular, tall aad see my jfoods in the place ol rendezvous. If there has was morn or less injured by it, though sou get It wc will refund the V.. mite of house. .Sauth N O. Veitibule 11 tS p. m. Florida HucMeri .V Co , keep the book. Address 11. a Ardemer cows with eatsr. '.MISS LICC1E IIEAI.rv ever been a time since our unholy war wheat seems to have snliered mort. Mr. Chicago, Iii Limited ta:i;a m Loc.il 11 55 p. tu. a cows and calves. Stanford, Kr. Vestibule arrives S 40 p. m. i cows without inlsct that our cup of happiness was full to Cy. Rupsell, who was at Mt. Olive at the WW AU Froo I steer. happy overllotviuj;, it was on that i male cow Thoe who have used Dr. King's New Ditcov time, tells us that the storm was much cry J those who tiaetot at S:30 we arrived at tho "his- more severe there than here. A frost nwiv know its alne and try it free Call on thehac j calvesand plg;s. sows adthe opportunity to I j shoats. toric mill" aud found tho placid stream or freeze was feared all day Sunday, tho' vertised druggot and get a tiinl tittle lre. Send t male hog. your to II F. Ituck'en literally swarming on either eido with fortunately it remained cloudy aud no Eft a namebottle of Dr. Kins' Co , Chicajpi, ami a work horses. good bugj- warotlut nlady can New Utc Pills as trial r ull stock of Fruit aud Ornamental Tries. Orape well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household drive. ines, Asparsgus, Small Fruits, Shrub., andestr-- . friendsand kindred McOlarys and i young mare In feal by Hackly's saddle horse. additional damage was done. Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do thing ""tally found i a nursery sullishment 16 head of sheep Hiatts'and McClarys, Smiths and you good and cost jou nothing at A. K Penny's e sell direct In the planter and base no ageuts. S iambs. Georgetown, Monday, drug store. and Smiths, Moores, Fishes, Fishes Household and kitchen furniture, firming im- CatalrKaei on application In his speech at H F. HILI.KNMKVKK, plements, such as shovel ami turning plows, i hay Buccitn'aArnlcn Snlvo. JJranamans, Lears, Adams, Colleys and Mr. Owens did not call Col. Hreckin 3 Lexingtua, Ky. rake. I mowing machine, i wairon, t The best salve In the world tor cuts, btuisess rockaway, i spring wagon, i corn shelltr, ten-perhaps representatives of other families ridge's name, but ho poured hot shot her, t wheat tan, i straw cutter, plow roar, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chaptru. were there to tho number of 40 or 50. into him in thiswise: "My candidacy in ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin cruji etc. Also a lot ol bacon, lurd, slnegar, coru. hay, tions It positively cures piles, or no pay requir! Our first count was nearly 40 horses volves no sensational features. It is not ed. It is Kuatanteed to i;tve perfect satisfaction straw, etc track of knob land el jo acres, well timAIo a .Men with necessary in order for my election that or money refunded. per bsi bered, on Ottcnheim pise near Cox's Cap, sold Price 5 cents ssW hitched in ono maple Lrove. eparaic. Kor sale br A. R. Penny, Stanlnrd. Ky. wo tloors above Always on hand their wives and children were there. you break down tho respect which our All sums under Jio cash. AU overdue Janu rffcofafely ary I, :, with interest from day of sale and Uvaux and belles were there also, each people have always had for the courts of The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? secured by personal security. W il HIOGINS.Es one being fully supplied with hook, line, the country, and persuade them that Can bo had in the market Prices lower thsn the lewest Mourning guids A cream of tarter baking pow- pole, minnows and angle worms. After those tribunals, organized for the pro- When Rby tms lek, we specialty. Call and her Cnaorl. examine before buying der. Highest of all in leavening my surprise and general handshaking tection of our citiz9n, have been con- When rw . a C'Mkl. !u cried for Castorli, SJAKV DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Mrs. Kate Dudderar,.Manager Stanlord, Ky Latest United States were over, wo scattered both up and verted into into instruments of injustice; When mil strength. 31iv sh clun to Castorii. COMMKkCIAL ULOCK down the stream tor two miles or more, neither is it necessary to believe that Government Food Report. When she had Children, ahe gpe them Ovtorla. with the understanding that we meet at everv newspaper man in the countrv is 310 YAL BAKING POWDER CO., 11:30 a.m. at a large spring on the hill- an unmitigated liar. To elect me it is AS ASSICNEE OF side above the mill to satisfy the iuner not necessary to charge that more than 106 Wall Street, New York. man with the morning's catch of tisb f of our democratic friends and and frogs. good women of our district have become CRAB ORGHARD slfer for tale privatclr his T m.. a rtn At the appointed time all were there, slanderous; to elect me it in not necessa- DKALl'.R IN B. BILEY.lProprletor, P. and such busy hands I have never seen ry to tear tho sacred vestments from the WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, TT Kentucky. before as were displayed on that occa- altar and proclaim that tho ministers of (London, - &c ,on reasunaMc litre and trims. The stock his 75 flue the holy religion havo abandoned their : clcated of all damaged goals, I have moved to ray new Hotel iand am better sion; Borne cleaning lish (about "Tcrrm rrrmtTvr than ever ta accommodate the public, ones having been caught up to that high calling and entered into a league prepared wood Livery attached and every convenience Is In First-Clas- s Condition time) some dressing frogs, (about three with the devil to destroy the Lord's Give me it call. and looted la oac of the mot deurable stands in FRANK RILEY. 77 dozen of them) Borne makiug cotlee, anointed. Remember, as you write the city Iheageoryol the sally papers will be tiansfeired to purchatesr of stotk ami a suune (about four gallons of that) some frying your verdict at the polls that 60.000.003 ef considerable mtfliic J f PAXTON v,v Om.i urclnM lish as fast as others prepared, others of people await Kentucky's answer to " Assignee SURGEON DENTIST. broiling Old 2fed (bacon) on sticks.whilo the impudent and defiant challenge of To the Public -- .ne Its discovery by Daniel Office over McRobsrts Drug Store la the m Itoone more ago the locality yet others were busy spreading table avowed crime ami brazen infamy. In ot Crabnearly a century orhas been the Mecca of Owsley Building Orchard springs clothe on a long ledge of rocks near by. tho name of insulted manhood aud wo- health and pleasure seekers. With Itl healing Stanford. surwattrs, osonlc atmosphere and Finally dinner was announced; then it manhood I appeal to you " jfSBBBSBBBs roundings, it at once arTunls to the e. cnated aud JOHNSON'S dot ili'ated a Hope and a Mnitarium. P. W GKEE.V. Proprietor. Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. MAGNETIC OILI was that vre gave our silent "praise the The slclmtyabouuda with scenes to charm the Instant Klllerol Pain. Lord" and a sigh for Annie and the baPainter and inspire trie Pect, ylvan vlks for the G. D. SMILEY : : : Kontucky. Internal and External. .ever, eobowered UriM-- Ur mc weary liowjip, Oirc RHEUMATISM, NEURAL bies. Corn r read and biscuit by the Hitllardand Dancing Halls for the light hearted, Headquarters lor almost anything QIA, Dime Buck, sprain, HrniK Is a candidate for Justice ol the Peace In the Hunting lor the sportsmen. Kspecial attenprecinct, subject to the action ol the and is Risen to the cuisine SwtlUlurs Still Joints, COLIC .i.. bushel; cookies by the dozen; pies and tion lamsti.l running this HoH and Cholera Mnr. cakes, pickles, onions, radishes, mid democratic party. WvirtAJira lU'iiimit continue Terms moderate From SI toiij per week For give 'iiJfc polltist Mius.Crouj ,1 tit 'heiria. Sore Throat. you want. When you want aTirst-clas- s will as well astethe beltmy geits theaffords, alien tion further Information, apply to the market HEADAClH, as if liy marie. dling, ham, lish and frogs, world without ' lil". IIUr.M.i:.N, rrcr Ky. W. HORSE BRAND, Crab Orchard, eod, with cotlee all along the line. We pecial Attention to tho Traveltho rao t Powerful and PenotrntlnirI lalrucnt f or Mat. meal for 25c, call on him. ur Beast la existence. Large $1 Mzi 75c., ing Public. elze lUc. (being company) were given a place at Ladies, Your Attention, Please. ' ln. ........ a skillet of Dealers one end of the spread, near JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. When you want a turnout come to ray Medicated and Tjllot. The Great Skin and faoa Beautlfle.. Lndlns will find it Cureran.. fish and frogs, where no one dared "moe 3allcato and highly perfumed Toilet Soap on V STAHXE. My Stock Millinery tho market. It la absolutely pure. Slakes the lest or make us afraid." Oh, well, you and velvety and retnrm the lot com- - may guess the result. Sulllce to say Prices tjsull the hsrd times Caller leave o.dir Isbeiig rapidlv opened and it embraces esery 1' a luxury for the Bath for filexlonj itching, cleanses the scalp and Infants, have engaged Miss tning pretty and stylish. at the Mjrers liuute Ort.cc Stanford, Ky. Kv. prosiuCea that "Daniel Tucker" aftersupper wasn't is a Julia btltt, of Cincinnati, to trim fur mc the growth, of hair. PrlcoSSc. Tor sale by lady of much experience and taste and ts sure to a circumstance. gise satisfaction. An etamiuatioQ of goods is inA. R.PENNY, MRS POKIK T COVRTn. 10 Ky. The feast over and the 12 baskets full vited. NATIONAL BANK of fragments gathered up, all bands went OF STANFORD. KV. THOMAS YEAGKR. merrily to the stream Bgain, where until AH kinds of Carriage and lluggy Tops, Dashes JAMES. YEAGER. VOU ARE GOING., .IF --LC'-ojj 4:30 p. m. the tinny tribe were heavily and Fenders Capital Stock drawn upon, as also were the REPAIRED AND RECOVERED) THE Of course all who have and lesthetical ily to deliver manufactuted Ice Surplus s style and at Satisfactory Prices. In "iIrom the Stanford Factory to customers regularlr frog hams are some of taste know that every mornlni- - at the rate ef FIFTY CENTS Attention of the public is invited to the fac JOHN B. DeNARDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, PER HL'NllKEIt POUND LOifi and over, and lhat this is the only National Itaak in Stanford the delicacies of the season. Special Rates to Commercial Men. Stafford. Ky. Under the provisions of the National Hank Act at 75c in smaller luls. Finally the parting hour came and F. 1IUEMEU, Stanford depositors ar. secured not only by tbt capital to STANFORD, KY. stock, but by the stockholders lisbilily lor ao s were said, many of us feeling amount equal to the stock, so lhat depositors ol If you ned livery give us a call. Nothing but this institution are secured by a fund of J.oo.ooc that perhaps never again would wo be turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us Five sworn statements of thecnndilion of the bank lor rates. In our Louisville Nashvillc R. R. permitted to meet on a similar occasion. are tuad. each yesrto the United Stales governPost-Officment and Its assets are csamlned at Junction City Just here let me remark for the beneHARNESS SHOP old stand ol J. II, Green, in by government agents, thus securingstated limes At the addililooa It the line for you, as its snd perfect ssfety to depositors. fit of some of our Stanford beaux and KV. nOYLECOUNTV, You will find a good assortment of Harness, Ilri This originally established Kontucky. Deposit inilitution.Siautord ia 1858, then ai the addles,Av., Have rour repairing done by Hustonvillo, dies, belles, that if you want to catch fish, you Hank of Has just received a beautiful line of is cd as the National Hank of Sunford in 1S63 and 1ST, 1894. our man he understands his business. We hive a mechanic in our must fish for fish, unless perchance it be Make close connections at again le organised as the First National Hank ol in Mr, au uninter.Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Stanlordesistcnceofhas had practicallybetter supplied BLACKSMITH SHOP. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI that some are like one young lady in the rupted 11 years t is Springs Co. takes pleasure in ansay in an uncrowd, who was heard to The Linnietta For all points. guarantee first class work and satl.factory l Call and see h.s stock and pel hit nvlr. which now with laciliiles for transacting business prempt Its patrons and the public generally Will ' are lower than anbodys If you want a nice set Iy and liberally than ever before In its long and THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. dertone just loud enough to be heard nouncing to leased this popular resort and hae prices 1 ts our horse sheer that they have honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduAgents lor Dccnug Machines, the lightest draft j,f narueas, a whip or a duster BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH management in charge of Capt. Thomciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- above the overpour at the mill dam, "I placed the whewj proverbial politeness and at- machine on earth. For any information e.trjulre of as Iticharos, JOE S.RICE. Agent, believe I had rather angle my cash (Cash) tention insuies pleasure and comfort to its guests. Ths Directory ol this Hank is ccmpoieo ol Stanford, Ky The culinary department will be uDder the spe Kr ForcslMs Reid, Lincoln county; than all the fish in Round Stone." W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Ajjent, cial charge of Mrs Sallle Richards, whose are too S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Junction City, Ky Capt. Jim Moore was the crack riilo beed comment inwell known in ihat capacity to this notice. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; shot of the frog brigade, while Col. AlJ. W. llayden, Stanford ; A. G. Lanham Joaa U. Castleman. MUSIC. len Iliatt was commander of the fishing S.H. llaughman, Lincoln; A Kood Hand has been employed lor the seajon. Mc. department. J. S. Hoeker Stanford; T here will be dancing very evening and special W. A. 1 rlbbre, Stanford; Friday eening. The grand opening hons ecry A gooil story, which is ol course un- ball Friday evening, June 15 M. L. Kituaro, Stanford; What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One T. P. Hill, Stanford. true, is told on Judge Durham. The inLINNIKTTA SPRINGS CO., Prop., Horse Store of K. L. Tanner, McKinney; 34 4t cident is said to have happened while ho Thomas Rkiiahds, Manager. M. J. Miller. Mt. Vernon was controller of tho currency. One SunS. Houker, President; J. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; day, so the story goes, the judge, who is A A McKmner, Assistant Cashier. a devout man, went to church in WashOF ington. The audience was an inspiring Who try to sell Staple and rancy Groceries and other goods too. Mill and the sermon good one. BARBEE&OASTLEMAH one, minister had quitaspeaking, he When And 73 Acres of Land. said: the 0 Co MANAGERS, "Now let us return thanks to tho Great For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. Oommerce Building, Louisville Controller of the Universe." No eooner LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. of;stanford,:ky had the words been uttered than the Farmers Hank and Trust Company of Stanford, Ageats throughout the South. Is now fully organised and ready for business with Ky., Plff.. against W. M. Hudderar James A. judge, who is a gentleman of the old Dudderar aud Ann Dudderar, Defts. Notice of Sale. Paid up Capital of - - $200.Q00. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ajrcnt. Ry virtue of a judgment and ordtr ot sale herein . Surplus, . at the October term, 1893, of this court, the under2C000. STANFORD, KY. signed Commissioner will belore the (hid paid him.- - Lexington Press. town of Stanford, on ,ml!&n. local time card. returning Sometimes it has beon to chase tho gray fox from his accustomed haunts; some- MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. Fishing In (be Mountains. To the Editor of The Interior Journal.) Janio Wash Instituto closes at noon Once 11 ynr, at least, it hna been our Friday. custom to no back to tho scones of early Bicycles aro as numerous as shepboyhood among the pines anil poplars of herd docs a few years ago. old Rockcastle, to which we bade adieu A boy arrived at W. T. Miller's in tho Fall of 18lV5, and livo over nptin a Sunday, day or two Uiopo days fraught with eo Rev. II. M. ShotiBe, pastor of the niauy pleasant and haPowed memories. Bnptiflt church here, will preach at the school-hous- e We are authotiied to announce Dr. S. F. Scott, of Ulue Ridge. Harrison county Mo., says: "For whooping cough, Chamberlain , Irccly Cough Remedy is excellent." liy using it the disease is deprived cf all dangerous conse- ouencrs. There is no danger in giving the Reme A candidate for Representative In Congress, sub. dy to babies, as it contains nothing Injurious. jc Office South Sid. Main St., In oflice recently to the action ol the Democratic party of the and 50 cent bottles lor sale by Dr. S. U. llockcr, vacated Ky Dr. Lee F, Huffman, Stanford, Ky. tishth Congressional lustrictof Kentucky. Druggist, Stanfo-d- . Hon. jas. b. Mccreary .SALE OF. DR. W. B. PENNY" Dentist. just above town Saturday -- wilt l'.MAm whil irmnjlhii. tilth th flllll.-terejoice with D. E Carr, of ujs Harrison street, rvansas Liiy ne n nn uiu pmicin num niniim-matuRheumatism, but has not boretofore been troubled in this climate. Last winter he went up into Wisconsin and in consequence has had another attack. "It en e upon mc again very Acute ml and severe." he said, ".My joints swelled became inflamed sore to touch ant almost to look at t'poii the urfent reiuet of mv mithet-in-la1 tried I'ain lUIni to reduce Chamberlain' ellini! and eaic the pain, and to my sgreea-bl- u the surprise It did bolh I luve used thtee sc bottles and beliete It to be th linm thln for iheumitism, pains and swellings extant " lor snle by Dr S. G. Hooker, Druguist, Manlord. d ry 111 I Land, Stock. Crop, &c. ell at public auction on tho premises on Mavis Vertical hi Sowing Machines As Executor of W. M, Illgglns, deed . I Are th best because 'hey run lighter and esn do will a greater variety ef work thin any other lewitiir machine. The i, of 234 of . Hospootfully Invitod. I I Kluc-Gra- Vcs-nibul- p One-thi-rd 1,5 one-thi- rd V Illue-Gra- ss W w year-ol- d occa-sion)tvh- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. A-- I - Hi-att- s, m mm two-bur- s IfsAsfn 3dHXJXJI3STEIS"S" 1 Pott-Offic- e. pure R. Zimmer, Groceries, and Do one-hal- THE' RILEY HOUSE A. A. WARREN 1 Fancy ' a. s. price:, SEASOaToF 1894: home-lik- e Foreie-- n J l mestic Fruits, Tho. Myers House, n -- s Stanford, IIus-tonvll- le sWjsbKbbbbs St&XXZr a, Higgins & Watts, Stanford, first-cla- ss All Hinds of Coal, of 1 R. ZIMMER OVER e Stanford, BUGGY TOPS. HTORTH WEST, bull-frog- s. YEAGER & YEAGER, First-clas- ! vmi fsi m mmi mu first-cla- jcj jj FIRST 8200,000 X - 2,'300 lo-o- good-bye- Linnietta Park Springs, e, D. S. CAHPB1TT3B,, well-know- Double Dally Trains OPEN JUNE 1 iuaii-ficatto- ROYAL tlVERPOOX.. 1 IIW LOST CALL OUST cs, W4 Insurance Company Commissioner's Sale McKinney & Hoeker, TIHiKiIM: Valuable Property, Farmers fiank&Trnst V. St'Sll.tl:!:: McKINNEY & HObKER. court-hou- se door in the 2ruey all Testify the To Efficacy of th Swlffs jrj T 11 LjLjklWsHr 1 B I 1 JUl Spicific. e slmrjle The remedy from theQeorgla iwarupa aud DelJs has I gone forth to (he antipodes. lllBBir1 'astonishing the skeptical aad I confoundlnf the theories of 4HsbbbV 'thoaowho depend aolely on the phyilclan'iakllL There ts no blood ' taint which Udoetnot Irumedlatclr eradicate. Fotaoni ontwardly absorbed or the result of vile dUeaaes from within all yield to thli potent but simple remedy. It Is an unequaled tonic, builds up tho old and feeble, cores all diaeares artatng from Impure blood or weakened vitality. fissdroraLrMUM. Examm Use proof. I sT WJ The cocoa palm is the most useful 1894, tree on earth. The nuts furnish water, County court day for Lincoln ccun ty, sell at food, milk and wine, and the buds a good outcry to the hignest and test b dder, the A property, pubstitute for cabbage; the shells, uten- following described county, on the waters oftract Dix ol Land in Lincoln sils, and the fiber clothing and textile River, containing 73 Acres and bounded as folby the lands of John Ttaylor. South North ftbrics, its juices ink, and its leaves pens lows:East bv the lands of Henry Travlor and West and by the lands of C M. Spoonamore. but for a more and paper. particular description of the lands by metes and One thousand and sixty persons bounds, the judgment of sale herein Is referred to. were killed in coal mines in Greut Brit Property known as Dudderar's Mill, the dwelling and other iin during last year and G5 persona in house mentioned improvements, The other three in the judgment and directed to tracts metalliferous mine", both numbers being be sold will not be sold, for the reason that they been disposed of and plaintiff has have heretofore above the yearly average. the benefit thereof. Monday, June iztli, n! F 17 m ub-l- ic 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? e received Three letters! but ono syllable! Still less, a single motion of the head and all ia done! one is married forever I do not know any breakneck comparable to It A. Ricard. . The more mysterious love is, the more strength it has; the more it ia secret, the more it increases; the more hidden the plainer shown. Mme. de Sartory. liooka on Blood ad Ekla DUeaaes M maUad fresv JhruggUts JWI7T IPICIPI0 00.. Drawer 3. Atlanta, Oa. 8ll It. The whole, or so much as will be necessary, of Tract will be sold as will satisfy the the debt of plaintiff lor $333901, with 6 per cent, liom July 3, 1891, untl paid, and the further sum of lr.071.74, with 6 per cent. Intsresl from Ju. Iy 8, 1891, until paid, and its costs herein expended, subject to a credit ol S4.4s8.51, paid January 13 1804, proceeus of Holtclsw's notes. The sum to be raised to cover plaintiff's debt and all costs to dayofsale,$4.ioi.s3. Terms of Sale: A credit of six months. Dond with approved personal security with six per cent, interest from day oi sals, having the force and effect of a j udgment and payable to the Com'r. Lien R- - C. eVAIlRKN, retained: . 1 Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. It msans that ths Quern anl Creleent Routs la IT mil., irtnrt,t tetwc.i I'iaslanatl anl Lciln.to.t tliullsi shirt. it Clnelnostl I, lllr. 11 91 nllti shortest nnclusatl t New Orleans; 1ns rull.i shurtut liaciuaai tl to Cbaitauooia, Atlanta, r JacksoasUls, i loriJs. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK. OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. Ijy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National Uanki, its shareholders wsiajr held IndividuaU lisole to the extent of ths amount of their slock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths smount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sn individual. To those who entrusted their bultiness to while mnaglnr the Lincoln National Hank nt ol Stanford, we we here lenderour many thanks aad trust they will continue to transact heir business with us, offering as a guarantee for prou.pt attea-tio- n to same, oar twenty years' experience is oanicins andas llberalaetninfnn.ttAn. am - mm. sistent with sound banking. DIMCTORi: Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Stsaforot J. D. Owsley, Stanford; J. F.Cash, Stanford; William Cooch, Stanford; A. W.;Carpenter, Mllledffevill, Ky W. Hi Cummins, Preachersv ills SOLID VESTI1ULED TRAINS Istwe.a all of the abnse points. Thmnsh Cars to TlcksWr sn.l Sbrsvs port, (loir line runnlnf thronph cart ClneiassU la KimstIIIs sui Ashssillo. N. C. DirtMl Has tn Mciieo via New Orl.an, or via itlmreport. Ask aseatt about tours to California. From LoultsilU. ftbilbrTfll. and Lawretietbari;. ilntl wuhUkb is ma.is st Leslnawa with vs.UVuleJ trains to all pgUU South. W. C. RI.VEARSO.V. Oen'1 1'asj'r Ajeat. ClackmaU. 0. J. J. TM'l k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. J S. l!Srun, Preildeot, Drif.B. Ows'eMCa'ihlsr, W.M. Bright, Tillw. Ki',iaMm "riljl ..- -v Sj5H?w ,!Jl """""" 1J. .Jt g' 4. MssiaiiiSMaewsiWBlwinriiTasgaBsjswsjBasjqwaq, l -- '' - gg??evsssssaswawasMLlrjiwiBsisa ssjiswgii t.isT .