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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894060101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. vol. xxi r. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Bobbllt at tho Mt Vernon Uourt. t (To ilic Editor I ulerlor Journal.) A girl at John Proctor's. May M. Circuit court Mt. Vkiinon, Your H. M. whs with us Monday nnd convened hero Monday, larjjo crowd in Tuesday. attendance. Tho judge' instruotioiiH to Tlio band given a strawberry supper tlio grand Jury nhlo nnd coiii)rulunmivo at church Friday night. nsuminl. Among other things ho told Republicans nnd potato bugs nro thu jury thnt there whh u great clamor in country nhout tho laws not holng en-- . about to tnko the county. tho Since Monday morning Dr. Hugh forced, that the jicoplo expected STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 1. 1894. williamsburcwhitley county. Tho schools aro out, court is over nnd our town will seem deserted for awhile. Rev. A. A Myers, of Cumberland Gap. wns hero attending tho commencement this week. Some of our people aro attempting to build a gymnasium, which would he n benerit to our young people, and wo hope they will succsed. Several of our citizens left Wednesday night for Frankfort to attend the meeting of tho Republican League, among thorn Col. Fred S. Hortoo, of the LANCASTER, CARRAHD COUNTY. NO. 27 II. Clay Hamilton has purchased en interest in Pascoo's confectioner-- . Joe Hnseldon has purchased of lino St. IWnnrd pups nnd them "Willio" nnd "Mndalino." CUMBERLAND : FALLS : HOTLL. n pair named v Miller has been called father. It's a the nth. gtrl. Prof. CrotiBe, tho new clarionet playOur esteemed friend, Oeorgu V. er, has arrived and played with tho boya ol Pine Hill, wis hero a fow dnjs yesterday. He is a first class barber and since and told of a man living near his hns opened n shop over Stornie' furniplace who hit! 130 grand and great grand ture store. Auy work given him by tiio nhlo Riid iinwt Ipitrnmi irwcrtor in t children. . In w, (ml I will lull you vlir citizens will he appreciated by tho band tint hliitnttj Mr. II. It. tihtef olerk nf mil Tim decoration day exercises wore boys. Ilea Tin not with the exmiiuiK curt, way mall wrvlrp, was hre this week held liKre Wednesday. The crowd flrnt We heard a pratty girl say that tlio wliu tt't'ner.ttlr nend the guilt) on (or fnr and arranged to have a mull opened hero nM4iubled at the steps, editor of tho Intkiuoii Joukn'ai, wag ther trial, 'tla not with the grand jnriiw, tiuutlav HftoriKMiiiH at 8 o'olouk. This In where Miss Lou Whitley deliverrd to --3ho saw at Lancaster who generally indict tlio guilty, hut 'tin on Wednes account of tho night mails having the G. A. R. Post a new flag bought by h- day. (Hie first young Iady,;twho;w ill Htihorningof wltnePHHa and jwrjury bttn discontinued when night oilicu was the W. C T. U , in a very neat little supply the words fore the trial jury, wltnemos heing run used wlioro the blank cloned here. speech, while Judge Morrow returned occurs and mail l.cr answer to us, will ofl, mid refusing to tell huforo the putitj John Mulhns, of Livingston, who the thanks of tiio Post to the ladies, afu copy of this paper one year jury the same atory thoy told hofore tho probably carries intiro lead in liis person ter which the crowd all marched to tho free. Eil.) grand fury, and it fulno and mistaken and has been carved up more thun any Woodland Cometory, whoro Col. Silas Miss Isabel Owsley is tho guest of sympathy Hint prevail in the hreaut nf iiiau in tho county, is in town for a Adams, Judge Morrow ami Charles Fin- - Mattio Wilds. Misses Fish and Saunthu petit jury thnt Ilnda no lodgment in IlHs.iys when a gun llres ley made speeches. Tin-rwas not ns ders, of Stanford, are visiting j.Miss Rella tho bosom of tho grnnd jury. within a mile of Livingston, his largo a crowd present as was'expected A cam) occurred not long plnco in the Arnold. Dr. Burdetto and wife, of Brod-hefather rushes him into a back room to on account of it looking so much liko UockcfHtlo circuit court in which tlio ex-- 1 have been visiting relatives here. prevent further accidents. rain. Miss Alice Fox Young lias returned from nmining court UiHctiargoiI tta duty, ino Circuit court is in hero with Sunday evening Rov. K.J. o Virginia where plio attended school. grand jury did likuuinu hut from n Juilgo Morrow presiding and Commonpreached tiio baccalaureate ser- Miss Lottie Brown, of Lexington, is visdischarge it of tho petit jury to wealth's Attorney 0. W. Lester in atduty hy punishing the criminal, tho de- tendance. Hut few visiting attorneys, mon for tho academy at iho Congrega iting relative hero. MissStraub, of Stan-fortional church. Tho house wasjerowded is visiting Miss Nellie fendant eecaped with impunity and the among them wo notice James Dillion. K.Cook, to ovoitl )wing ami an excellent sermon Tho following were here Wednesday to consequences of that acquittal were moat Somerset, W. 0. Urndley nnd tho "Cice- was preached. Monday evening jPresi attend the races: Mr. and Mrs. Charles direful. UnloHH our lawu are rigidly en ro of tho Mountains." Tho trial of MM dent Frost, of Berea, delivered an ad Sparks, Misses Davis and Funk, Messrs. forced, with the uplrit of anareliy com Now cum for tho murder of Mrs. Hurk is dress and Tuesday evening tho gradua Denman, Gordon, Crutcher, of Nicholas mission, and aocialiMii, with which our in progress to day, Thursday. ting class, which consisted of Miss Fan- ville; Mr. and Mra. Al llull'mnn, people nro becoming inoculated hy tho Misses Judge Morrow and Col. Bradley nie Hill and R. E. Vaughn, gave tho fin- Halo and Burnsitle, Messrs. Penny, t foreign element, tho time in not far went up to Williamsburg TusJay after- al closing exercises. Mr. Vaughn delivwhen wo can he no longer governed noon. Messrs. J. W. Adams and Char- ered an oration on the subject, "Our Dunn, Rout, McKinney, nnd Danks, of Stauford; Mr. Robert Hail, of Somerset; or ruled by law. ley Higgiux, of Garrard, are with ub. Tlie repuhlicitnn held n convention Mftaea I .in a and Clara Kennedy nro vis- Kentucky Horn " and Miss Hill read an Miss Allio Wallser, of Kirksville; Mr. t excellent ew" "Pluck, Luck." aud Mrs. Dolp Rice, of Marksbury. Miss to iting hero Monday to appoint delegate Hussellville. Mra. Said Ward, of i.s dismissed, the Carrio West was tlio guest of Miss Bessie their Congrenaiona! convention and Col, Liviugfton, is visiting this place. Mrs. After tho mi i.c . jnes t Alumni ga number of Marksbury. rail ley wan called upon for t H. Brooks is W. 0. here from Paris. Mim Lid a their fri i.i t'n- - r lOiu i t t, rear of Wednesday's attrnotions drew a very l speech and made an alile and moat Cook, of Livingston, is visiting friends the bn'i'.iiie large crowd to town. In fact it was the one. Ho showed how tho demo hero. hrgefct one that assembled in our little crntic Senate would not pans thu Wilnon Decoration day was observed here LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. city since John Rihinson's circus wns tariff bill, although tho party ftnupledg i in an appropriate manner. At 1 o'clock - Mrs. Fitch, of Aanland, is lire to hTH Imh Summer. Ewrvoue was on ed to tariir reform, and allowed iiow our the old soldiers, numbering about 100, h - g vior party waH betrayed hy it leadera hy frmcd n line near the Newcomb Hotel take charge of her brother's children and pleasaut character and nutt.in Iof anbicy-oII the bail for him. Win Stop, indict occurred. ,tt their treaHon nnd incompetency. A d ami marched to tho court house, followjcio r.t.. n in tlie f.ireiuon were very ex- for murder, is her brother woes and snowa of the aeaaon were Sunday-schoo- l ed bv the children carry'iii unity contested charged to tho democracy And as n' ing lligsund Lion Cornelius was fent up for one cnin Tiiu follow b.iunurs; Capt. A. H.Lvans further ovldenco of thu Almighty) dN-- J in command. Music by the,Mt. Vernon yearfcr hitting Bill Green in the head ing is a list of races, priz awarded and pleasure, ho had placed upontlie ll)wry brass baud. After orations, etc., at the with a rock with intent to kill. Ho was names of tho winner: First race, two miles, gold medal valbrow nf May, no nuimatod wreath nf the march was taken up to acquitted for shooting another man in ued at $'2o, won by Adams, of Somerset, face and kicking him senseless. nnow, and extended the withering front the cemetery, where the soldiers' graves tiio of Mexico. Tho colonel ' da brought a largo num- second prize, lantern, valued at 53, G. L. Decoration line to the Gulf wero appropriately decorated, Penny, of Stanford. did not aay thin in rhyme aa you aeu I went oil' in an orderly manner. ber of people here Wednesday, but as Second race, quartpr mile heats best no arrangements had been made for any have hut he aaid it in beautiful proe. There were probably 2,000 people in ceremonies it was at (hit thought that two iu three, (entries limited to Garrard Ho aaid when the republicans should the usual programme would not hs gone county) 1st priz? gold medal, value S2o, cotno Into power in liU7, tho Beasona hustonvilleT through. Prof. Cheis-uaand James won by Theo. Cnrrey. Lancaster, 2nd would roaumu their natural rotation and Harkleroads took charg of things about prize, lantern, value io, won by Fred Almighty would he pleased. I told God House cleaning is going on in Chris-tai- n Frisby. 1U o'clock and by 1 o'clock the courtDradley niterwarda that I wanted to adit College this week. Third race, ono mile; (limited to boys house was crowded, the Loudon Cornet yea, and the devil himaelf would ho deStrawberries aro being brought in , under 10 years of age), first prize, gold Band contributing lighted. Ilia speech was loudly applaud-edmusic. Suitable town and sold for 10 els. per gallon. medal, value $10, won by Sam Embry, and added another laurel to the tlow-crMiss Annie Johnston was visiting speeches wero made by several old solof Stanford, second prize, bicycle bell bin brow. wreath upon Miss Yowell tho first of tho week. diers among whom were: Col. A. II. Monday and Tuesday the gallant little Mecsrs. J. H. Cook and G. M. Givens Clark, J. F. Baugh, V. Boreing, Postmas- value $2, won by Ttieo. Currey. Fourth race, threo miles; first prize, ter J. I. Weaver, Col. It. L. Ewell, Capt. knight of tlio tripod, K C. Walton, wan were up SunJay. W. T. Bryant and others. Col. Ewoll'e gold medal, value 513, won by Frank here in tho intereat of tho beat county Tho young teacliors, who nro prepaper that ever gladdened tho homo of paring themselves for better teachers, are speech was one to be remembered. He Jones, of Stanford, second prize, bicve'e value n, won by Robt. Hiatt, Lan the countyman. looking forward to thu great times Fri- took for his text the lives o( Grant and cip atopplng at tho Newcomb Hotel day and Saturday, the examination dayp. Lee and eulogized both alike, and said caster. Im a Fifth race, half mile; (limited to Gar now kept hy Willis Adams and his amiaMisses Mauuio Botts nnd Hurdett, of among other things that ho believed ble wifo. Thny feed you liko a Nabob Texas, who wero visiting Mies Bettio when Grant died that Leu met him in rard county) first gold medal value $10, in India. I had been fasting and pray- Powell, relumed to Lexington Monday. the realms above, gave him tho hand of won by Theo. Currey, Lancaster, second ing and perhaps "cureing" cut worms Prof Sain Menofee, of Stnuford, iaamorg fellowship and welcomed him on tho prize, belt value $2, won by Raymond tiaseiuen, Lancaster. golden shore. with my tenants until I was very sharp-R- us quite often now. The sixth and last race was the five from my long rnmadan and had it not There will bo a "walk about" given Christian College Notes. milo handicap which was won bv Jim been for the elegant dinner I had just just after tho entertainment at 0. C. by Burton, of Stanford, tho prize being a adv. J eaten with my friend, of Gum Sulphur. the young ladies. There will lie written Mr. and Mrs. Thomson nnd their gout medal valued at SJ5, second prize, Gran. Roberta, I might linvotakeu n sur- invitations sent nut by tlio society feit at tlio Newcomb Hotel. There will also bo a supper given for tho little daughter, Catharine, made a visit lantern, valuo 2, won by Adams, of on Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Moore, Somerset. It will bo seen from the foreNo court National holiday, dec- benefit of tho college library going that Stanford boys carried oil" tho oration dny. 1 will conclude this rather The Morelund Debating Club will iu Garrard Co. ' closing exercises of Christian most of tho prizes. lengthy letter by giving Judge Morrow meet Friday night nt the Millidgeville At 2 i m. tho Knights of Pythias held College will take place in the (Christian peculiar iiihtruction to tho jury in a school house and debate on the subject' clinch on Tuesday evening, Juno 5th. their preliminary exercises in the courtcabo: atllrmed: "Thnt a Man's Sweetheart lias Gentlemou of the jury, if you bolievo more lutluuucu over him than bis Moth A supper for benefit of college library house, when Raw Campbell delivered a either thu nitneaa for tho Commonwealth er," nlso music and paper. They will bo will lie given at the college on tho same touching and eloquent address. These ceremonies over, the Knights, headed by or thu defendant you will find the de- assisted by tho well known debaters of evening of the entertainment of purchasing tho Lancaster band, marched to tho cem To avoid expense fendant guilty. Beech Grove Society. etery and decorated the graves of their FoNTAINK V0 llOUMTT. Meredith Prnitt is homo from Dan- books, teachers attending tho normal should bring such text books as they departed brethren. A largo number of ville on a visit. Mr. Pruitt finishes his Aa usual, Gov. McCrenry is to have n cdlegiale course there tins year. Misses have. All teachers expecting to attend Knights from Stanford, Nicholasville to Congress, Hattio Park, Lou Hooker nnd Kate should notify principal at once, go that and other adjoining cities wero present walk over for and he is thu only member of tho Ken- Mooro were in Danville Monday. Ran- in r.ido tho college hoarding department and took part in the pxercises. At 4 r. tucky delegation to bo thus favored this dolph Coffey went to Middleburg Mon- is filled, arrangements may bo perfected m. the game of base ball between Nicholasville and Lincaster was called and year. At thu beginning of his politlca day on buRins'H. Frank Hunn returned outside. was an interesting nnd exciting ono Mr. Meredith Pruitt, who is attendcareer ho laid down nn asphalt course for to Columbia the first of tho week. The Lancaster's won, but by the ing Centre College and who takes an A. his pneumatic B.tfety, and has had easy Tho debating society of L. L. A. met riding over since. Ah three times mem last Friday night and mndo things lively B. degree nt thnt institution this June, cloee score of 9 to 11. Tiio K. P's gave a ber of the legislature and twice its speak- for a while discussing bread and biscuits. called at C. 0. on Tuesday. Meridith is bauquet at the court house at night to er, governor of tho State, llvo consecu- Songs wero rendered by Misses Cook, a former pupil here aud was a close good the visiting brethren which wns greatly tive terms and n sixth assured in Con- Roid and Carpenter and Messrs. Dinwid- student, nnd a young man of excellent enjoyed. A hop nt the Mnson Houso Mongress, member of the dle and Williams. As always the case morals. Wo predict for him a success- closed the events of the day. About 20 couples were present antl had a nice etary Congress, nnd a seat in thu Senate the house was over crowded and many ful career. timo. if his life is prolonged to Scripcertain were compelled to remain on the outside A Kentucky judge saw fit the other span, James Blessed McCreary's and hear the "silver tongued" orators tural day to call down a Cincinnati drummer A Knoxville pension applicant had whole lifo is suilkient answer to those declaim. who wns making remarks defamatory of four porous plasters and two mustard who enviously rofer to lilin from the Kentuckiaus in general at a table d'hote plasters on himself when he went before To live in hearts we leave behind other side of Easy Btreet us "a commonin Harrodaburg. Hut it is our opinion the board ol examiners last week, and Is not to die. Campbell. place man." Louisville Times. that the game was not worth the candle. failed to pass. When a 'Tis not the whole of life to live; plasNor all of death to die. Montgom- What earthly use is there in calling ters fail to draw a pension it's high time II. A P. Literary Society nt Ghent, Tin down a druaimer? The drummer is irre- for.the G. A. R. to get up on Re hiud Miss Jennio Tandy, correapondinR secre- ery. pressible and bis loquacity and his lies legs and howl. Glasgow Times. How noiseless falls tho foot of time tary, will give its annual banquet toride upon the waves of contradiction like A Berlin dentist, in drawing a lady's That only treads on flowers Spencer. night at Masonic Temple with reception a cork upon the dancing waters of Bar- tooth, had his finger Will Oumback bitten by a convulTo weep is not always to suffer. Mme. from 7 to 8. ren Creek. Covington Commonwealth. sive closing of her mouth. He died will deliver an address and Hon. Evan do Genlis. in Joseph H. Outhwalte, of the 12th two days from blood poisoning. 8ettlo and other distinguished men will The only true language of love is a Ohio district, and Marshall Arnold, of . respond to toasts. kiss. A. tie Mnsset. "Sharp man, that." "How?" "Widthe 14th Missouri, are two democratic . ow sued and got judgment for 1100." A report cornea from Lexington that Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox exclaims, representatives in Congress who have paper, to be run in tho in- "Oh, the raptures of motherhood I Ah, been nominated without opposition. "Yes." "Married the widder, got a dian afternoon terest of Breckinridge, will be started the exquisite thrill oi baby's hands on Gov. McCreary is the next man to be vorce for $00 an' had $40 left out of the $100." Atlanta Constitution. the maternal bosom 1" similarly honored. soon. when h innn was Fn-gii- n, cvi-dunc- indicted that ronvlr-- , Hon oulit to follow lie wild one renoon why ho many ncquiltiiln, grand juries frcUeiit)y indicted upon iimtillicicnt 1 dialikt! with inr to (heat-nu- t ! tht grt Fifteon or twenty members of tho local lodge of K. of P's will attond the d"corntion ceremonies at Lexington on j Jen, Journal-Advocate- j court-hou- se i K-- few-days- . nny-whe- re e j nl n fail-ur- Bos-wor- th d, -- OFEKTS JUHTE ml - X 5, '94. $ X 0 A WEEK, ED. F. OWEN'S, Proprietor. ; dii-tnn- I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? Because my friends tr.tdc wtt'.i tr vhich I appreciate d n'c kou v bjtfcr u.iy to get your them vety much. mt-- . 1 . bji-c- 1 1 - m and thank beau-ttfu- .t trade than to get TZHZIE I i j BEST GOODS For ) ou to select fr jip. I ! n j re i , HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting. Come this week if you want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. court-hous- FLORENCE. ' BiC3roleS '" We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will y SAVE 1TOJJ G-OOI- D ZMIOILSriEir See our Stock. Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. W ,H WEAKEN & J. M. HUBBARD, A. 1 CO. et Stanford Female College. M., President. oc to-da- Spring Sessiitit Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. Full corps ol Conservatory an Norma! School teachers, sipcrior courses in Literature, Music Art. Kvcriirnt lioardlns department CaUiuues and circulars furnished ou application. MeRoberts' Dpiiff Store, -- FOR- JUL PAPE M Call and see. o New styles at lowest prices. in-de- Inter-Nation- The best inside wall finish; cold water process. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best drugs and chemicals. Give us a call. W. B. McRouerts. ALABASTIUB I WE ARE IN IT. Prices lower than any one. half-doze- n 1 Ex-Go- v. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. See our Spring Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. W. L. Withers, Salesman. S. K. WEABEH. jggggUWWBii 25HW a - K r m i r- 11 J. II. Biughman & Co., have bought W. P. Fife, tho "drummer evangeRkv. R. G. OaVk was orator of the day InteriorJouknal at the uuvailiiiK and dedication of tho list," happily styled "The Moody of the several crops of new wheat at 45c. At Grayesond in tho Fort Hamilton monument to the memory of tho private South," will begin a series of union meet Handicap, worth f 10,000 to tho winner soldiers nnd Bailor of the Confederacy at ings at the Opera House in Cynthlann, and a snug sum to second horse, John June 1. WM Richmond, Wednesday, nnd said some Sunday, Jnn 17th. Stanford, Kv A negro preacher who proposed to a Cooper, owned by 15. O. Headloy, of Lox. and things tlint will make tho editors I in the betting, won tun North howl In tho course number of negroes that they should seize ington, and nt 10 to Arc what the people arc seeking. W. P. WALTON. after n despernte battle in the stretch inof hiMoildrPHi hewud, "I am not one of several white women and carry them Henry of Navarre, 4 to 1, the propthose who. clinging to the old supersti- to the swamp near Palatka, Pin., was with erty of Mr. Byron McClelland, nlso of taken by a mob of whites and hung. tion that tho will of heaven is revealed Lexington. Govs. Pattison, of Pennsylvania, in the immediate results of 'trial by comHundreds of choice values this week in the leading lines of superior com'moWeTilTh'sTocket. bat,' fancy that right must always be on McKinluy, of Ohio, Mathews, of Indiinn, FREDA. V. staples and fancy Dress Goods. Quality and price as we combine the sid of might, nnd speak of Appo- and Jackson, of Iowa have expressed Day. t Monday, willingness to serve on a board of Wc arc not excelled in value make" every item in our stock a value. int! tnx a h judgment of God. Instead of their 1 Coni'lth Ky. vs W F. Clymor. DFMOCRVTIGNOVINEES. Hccepling til" defeat of the South as a di arbitration to settlo tho coal strike in given. Let every one come and sec our offer to value seekers this vs Robeit Whitley. same Pennsylvania. For County Judge. ...J S. WALKER GtVEsS vine verdict against her, I regard it ns week. vs Sam Dolllns. 3 Mine A deputy sheriff is under arrest nt ' Clerk It !l COopKU but another instunco of 'truth on the vs Harry McKinley, No 4 same ) It. I'AMON Attorney " " scafrnld and urone on the throne.' Cincinnati under the now law prohibi ' vs Same, No 2. ... T. D. XKWI.AN'D Sheriff fame Against the South wnq arrayed the po.v-n- r ting u married mau from making love to 5 E. I). KUNNED " " Anchor vs C. Mnrcum. snmu maiden ladies. It is tho first case of the 0 of the North, dominated by the spirit , ' G. W DKIIORH Jailer vs.Toliu 7 Mime kind and tho result is awaited with inall its of Puritanism, which, with vs .las. Vniihonk. S sumo hH ever ben characterized bv the terest by tho married mashers. Sc.VATon VooitiiKRf), hiving proved hw 9 vs John Baker, &c. s.iuio A. J. Alexander, J. L. Amsden, S. incompetence hb a leader on thn tntl pbarieaism that worships itself and is tin vs Andy Lee, Ac 10 Mime able to perceive any goodness npart from II. Shouee, Warren Viley, Lister Wither-spoobill, bns turned Ins utti'titioti to the port vs John Baker. Kline A. Davis and Dr. Hart, all 11 John sicn laws, which ho proposes t5 make itself; and from the time of Oliver Croms Sam Baker. 12 same Of Men's and Boys' Suits. Our trade on Clothing for the past few even moro liberal and oapihlu of hi'lfij: well to tho time of Abraham Lincoln has leading citizens of Woodford county and 11 vs Alonr.o Baker, No. 1. fclUUU n throughout the State, sign to trample upon the weeks has been very large, but the assortment is so vast, the stock of abused than the preen', which are as never hesitated v Same, No. 2. same n call for a to protest II liberal and as Krcttly hns-bi ewn the rights ol others in order torflect its own such magnitude that every line is still complete, so much so you vs Wm. Stampersame ngninst Breckinridge's return to Con- 15 cofTee cooler nnd bounty jumper could ends." This is pretty strong language 10 vs John Warren. could pick at randum and not go wrong and certainly not go amiss on same desire. With n deficiency staring He but the sentiment is endorsed by many gress. No. 2. vs same A train on tho Wisconsin Central 17 prices. government in tho face, this is certainly who sulF'TPtl by the lost cause. Among vs Ide Austin, &e, IS same no time to increase expenditures even of the old Confederate who took part iu was wrecked near Milwaukee, the cars 19 vs 15. M Cole. same the most urgent kind, nnd in proposing the exercise were Gphs. Wade Hamp- taking fire and resulting in a terri- 20 vs Thomas Frye, &c. Mime tho biil be doe?, the Indiana Senator ton, Filzhuuh Lee, Kosser and others, ble loss of life. Four persona nro dead 21 i, No. 1. vs Louib.i blllUO shows himself a demagogue of the worst and the ceremoniea were as impiessivo and four others are missing, supposed to o vs Same, No. 2 tame to death, and from 15 have been burned stripe, pandering ag he doe to a class ns tho parade was imposing. vs Same, No. 3. same to 25 persons ate injured, some of them 23 Valued at $14 aud S15, $16 and $iS will be sold for $9 to 11. In which have certainly been amply pro 21 vs Green Guest. same Thk ciiitoroi the Williamstown Cou- f.ttally. fact, we have anything in the way of Men's Clothing from 3 a suit viueu for. It tabes more than WJ per rier, Mr. J. II. Wobtover, maXes a touch .; vs Arthur McGinnis. snmu Judge Bradley has overruled Breck cent, now of all the revenues of tho up. Remember our line of vs Tinoley same ing appenl to liiH subscribers to settle up inridge's bill of exceptions on the ground 2(1 to pay the 960,012 pensioners vs James On slew so that ho can buy some clothes for the that the attorneys for tho plaintiff had 27 on the rolls, whoso number has trebled vs Odie Paul. twins, with which his wife presented not been given tho required throe days' 23 in ten years and which exceed tho tititn vs Jordan Perkins. sumo him this week. It is a mighty mean de- - notice. As the judgment has alread y 20 ber of active soldiers in lino at any time vs James Pluuuuer, Ac. same can withstand such an ap- - been entered, the only thing left now for 30 linquent who during the war. ino oiu soiuiers un- peal, vs Arch Stuart. same hut there are delinquents mean the Pollard attorneys is to collect the 31 . serve much of the country, but there . .i vs W. M. Tinslcy. 32 b.imo Is complete and wc can sell them to you cheaper than any House in etiongii to swinoio ineir motners-in-!r.v- . $15,000. are a few others to be considered, w ho ' vs Charles Wakefield. wtino Benjamin F. Williams cut his 3'J Prof. Stanford. have borne in silence the losd placed vs II. II. Wade, Nu- 1. 31 KlIllO upon them by men who thus hope ti The Knoxvilln Tribune has a lengthy throat with a penknife at his home iu 35 vs Same, No. 2. same keen thouifHvea solid on the Holdier editorial on the Ashland district, which Mnysvillu with suicidal intent, but was M vs Same, No 3. Mime vote, but there is n point beyond which concludes with tho hope, the time is past unsuccessful. He is about 50 years old, 37 v Wm Wudu and Alfonsntne they will not longer sufler it to go, and Alien a man who has lived in adultery, married and has a large family. He ia a so IMehnrds. when they arise in their might they will haunted brothels and tnrived on deceit deacon in the Christian church and for 3S vs James Banks, wunu 20 years has taught in tho city schools. When you make a purchase, for one of the handsome Pictures to be drive the miserable time servers from will he pinioned and retained in public 3'J vs Zed Bright, Mime life because he possesses a few showy Poor health, despondency and financial place nnd power. given away. 10 vs Joseph Coffey, snmu and popular gifts Ability does not con- worry are supposed to hnvo caused tho 41 ' vs J. II. Carter nme rash act. Hon. W. C. Owens is growing more done immorality. vs TIkh. D.illon, No. 1. Mime personal in his speeches. At Versailles The O. A O. has just completed ar- 12 vs Same, No. 2. same NEWSY NOTES. rangements for tho construction of lines 13 Col. Breckinridge as a he referred to vs A. O. Dunn, same in West Virginia that will open up the 41 dime museum freak w hose public appear Owens says Col. Breckinridge "has vs Curti Cover, same Piney creek and Guyandotte river val- 45 auces are attracting crowds of tho morno show and ill not carry a single coun- 4(3 vs 15. W. Graham, Mime leys, bringing to market n coal field bidly curious, the idle loafers and the vs P. W. Green, No. 1. 47 Mime which the State Geologist estimates to bread and butter brigade. "Your presAn addition to coat $32,528 ia being Vb Same, No. 2. same ent representative in Congress," said he, built to the Lunatic Asylum nt Hopkins- - contain two billion tons of coal, the ag- 48 A. URHANSKY & CO.,' 1'roprictot vs.Mrs.J. T. Helm, sntne gregate vein in some places being G8 feet 41) been at home recently and made "has ville. vs Geo. Pennington, 50 same 11 inches in thickness. BDeeches at Lexington, Paris and La Tne land above T. D. RANKW.Managcr. The Cincinnati Southern road laid vs Alfoiuo Richards. same grange, in eacn ot run utterances ne off the coal is covered with very fine hard- 51 50 men at Somerset on account of de wood timber. has made the statement that for the pet pressed Day. nd Tuesday, Junk business. 100 years this district has been represent-The body of a young girl was brought 1 Com'lth Ky. vs J. W. Jnmes, kc. The August meeting of the Pythinnu by men, but he might have added to the City Hospital, Louisville, by Dr. 2 vs J. W. James, No. 1. samo in Washington is expected to draw 20,000 only during the Aral DO of these bun Kniyhts G. W. Greaham, of New Albany, who 3 that vs Same, No. 2. !nino and visitors. dred was it represented by gentlemen; va Same, No. 3. Mime The 29th annual meeting of the State asked permission for a patient and then 4 that during the last 10 years the honor Medical Society will be held at Shelby-vill- e pretended to discover her death. A 5 v Same, No. 4. same poet mortem showed that the girl had tl o! hlB own country was by him led to vs Same, No. 5. bame W June 0, 7 and S. died from the effects of a criminal operathe greatest shame in the history of the vs Same, No. 0. 7 same The Hon. J. L. Crawford, of government." Where is Desha and Col. vs Same, No. 7. same will be the republican candidate tion, and tho doctor was arrested and S Stoll? how is the latter's chance to show jailed on tho charge of murder. The 9 vs L. A N. R. R. Co., 1. bame against Berry in the Sixth district. that he really means fight. His blufl at vs Same, No. 2. same George Vogel, a grocer, was killed girl proves to be Minnie McDonald, of 10 old man Wilson after the trial at Wash- by a brick wall falling on him while he Gibson county, Ind. 11 vs Jell Luttrell, Ac. samo SUMMERThe Chesapeake and Ohio steam- 12 ington has never been regarded except was tearing it down, vs Jas. McGill. batno at Henderson. ship Greenbrier left Newport News, Va., 13 as a vainglorious performance of a man vs Wm. Mulllns. same At Shelbyville, O , Joseph Corwein who knew that his adversary would take plead guilty to stealing 14 chickens. The the other day for London with the fo- 11 vs Mack & W. Moore, 1. same Twenty-fou- r llowing cargo: thousand 15 no notice of his attack. vs Same, No. 2. samo judge sentenced him to 14 months in eight hundred and eighty-thre- e sacks of 10 vs Mack Moore. No. 1. same ATThere is a possibility, we learn, that jail. 199 barrels glucose, 191 walnut logs, 17 vs Same, No. 2. samo Tariff leaders think the Senate will flour, Mr. R O. Ford, president of tho Bank of 8,00 pieces of lumber, 45 hogsheads of 18 vs Same, No. 3. same, Manchester, may become a candidate fcr finish with the tariff bill by June 15, tobacco, 22S bags of bones, 1,100 pails of 10 vs Same, No. 4. same State treasurer, in which event he will when the IIouo will ect promptly on lard, 100 boxes of hams, 170 hales of hay va Same, No 5. 20 Mime make it lively for those already in the the hill. 35 boxes of crackers' 21 vs Caleb Rout. same New York men of money will hold 135 tierces of lard, race, for he has an extended acquain875 bags peanuts, 274 bags of corn, 1,511 v Iaiii Shannon. same tance among thoso who know hiH worth a convention to protest against the pas sheep, and 455 beeves. The Gree n 23 vs Same, fcc. samu and qualifications for the office. Mr. biign of the income tax feature of the brier's cargo ia valued at $ 190,000. vs Same, &c. 21 same Ford began his business career as editor tariff bill. 25 vs Same, Ac. Miniu A bill has been prfsnted to the and proprietor of the Owen County DemFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. vs John Traylor. same 20 ocrat, which he ran successfully for two Home for an appropriation of $150,000 ys Stephen Vanderpool. 27 amo for n Government exhibit in Atlanta and Jobiah Bishop bought a lot of 125 years and then sold to Hen. E. Porti r vs Same. 28 bame for a building hogs at 4 to4c. Thompson. Since then as banker at i vs James Wickcreham. same 20 Mrs John Ellis, of Kenton, O., ut Alex Moberly sold to V. I. Herrin a Owenton, London and Manchester ho has vs Same. samu 30 . lis Receiving Hii develcped marked ability as a financier tempted suicide by jumping into a well. small lot of butcher stuff at 2Jc. 31 vs Winfield Ware, Ac. same The jump was not fatal and in a few sec W. J. Carson bought in Casey counand made much monev for himself nnd 3vs Welcy Martin. bame -' ty six cattle at $10 to $12 50. associates. His own strength and that onds she was yelling for help. The gold receipts at the Denver mint William Moreland bought of J. M of his wife's familv, the Garrard?, would A I'lillomphcr. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. a most formidable candidate in May amount to $500 923 In May, Brown his lambs for present delivery at make him CoL llahdupp What are you laugh1893, the receipts were 599,143, showing 4c. should he enter tho race ing ut, uncle? Ida Pickwick won the Decoration for the present month an increase of 411 Uncle Moso 1bo lafiln' flnlc I Some nincompoop at Corhin sends out per cent. handicap at Latonia over Laz.arone an hniu't got uo job, sah. CoL llahdupp I don't mmj tho point A cyclone said to be 200 feet wide a field of fine ones in 1:59! mile and the story that Col. W. O. Bradley will Uncle Moro Do p'lnt am jes heah, make the race for Congress in this dis passed just to the north of Wichita, ih. Ef I had n Job Td eedcr bo gittln' A yearling brother to the race horse trict against Gov. McUreary and the Lou- Kan., destroying a country church and fixed or expectin' t' be fired, o Domino brought $5,100 under the ham- gittln mah pay rejulccd, glttin' bo or Col. overturning the monuments in the isville Times gives space to it. 1 an' I'd Bradley's eagle eye, if fixed on anything mer in New York. A yearling by Him cemetery. inlsabuL Judge. except the almighty dollar, is centered ATDesha Breckinridge says: "Father yar brought $3,100. Not at All I'ollttc Josiah Bishop sold to J. H. Bright on the governorship, which he has an will not notice Owens' attacks and does PUle That young Dr. Sagely is a idea he can capture. He knows he has not think there will be any trouble. He bis old wheat al COc at his barn. He qnoer person. none to wrest Congressional honors from believes Owens to be a coward, and will also sold to different parties a lot of corn Squills How so? at $2.50 at the crib. Gov. McCreary, and he also knowa that not notice him." PUlo Mrs. Hyswello called him In J. II. Baughman bought at Lancaster to proscribe for ono of her indisposiThe railway telegraphers' election at defeat in such a race will not help him Brown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to suit the In the other struggle. We do not speak Denver resulted in defeat for Grand Monday the old wheat crops of A. C. tions and ho told her there was nothby the card, but wo can affirm that Col. Chief Telegrapher Ramsay, his successor Robinson, R. L. Hubble and others, over ing the matter with her and proved it. hard times, And yet ho wonders why ho doesn't Bradley will not run for Congress-Neithe- being Walker V. Towell, of Wichita, 1,000 bushels in all, at 51c delivered. t on better with his rich patients. Buchanan, a Kentucky Derby win- Chicago Record. will any other man of note in Kan., the vote being 59 to 50. . Dr. Godfrey Hunter, the republican ner, and one of the greatest sires in Kenthe district. If McCreary has opposilla Konw Her. tion, which we doubt, it will be by a who reaped tho benefits of democratic tucky, died at the Scoggan farm, after a Mrs. Fidgotr-vNoTommy, I want nonenity, seeking a little notoriety. factional fights in the 3d and went to sudden illuessof inflammation of the bow- yorx to bo a quiet aa a mouse! I'm Congress till Goodnight beat him, will els. busy The 30 thoroughbred stallions, brood Wei gave the esteemed editor of tho try his chances again this year, Tommy (noorrrfullyy Huh! If I was Judge Baker, of the Federal court at mares and colts, belonging to R. O. Pate, a mouse, you'd jump up on a chair and esteemed Times a chance to apologize for a tirado on Mr. Cleveland, but instead of Indianapolis, has enjoined the striking Bold at St. Louis for only $8,000. He yell! Truth. doing so ho maintains what be first de- Illinois miners from stopping or inter- lost $100,000 trying to introduce races in 114a Jteputatlon. clared that the horse is 17 feet high, and fering with tho coal traffic of the Chicago Moxico. Barry I'm going to have a great Fifty-tbre-o bead of thoroughbred jolce at old Skinflint's expense in a day adds that "since the tariff has been at and Eastern Illinois railroad. horses, all save one being yearlings, were or so. front the president has done nothing the Sutherland, Garry Yon'd better not. Ho won't lieutenant who came in and sur- sold at Latonia at an average of $814, in behalf ol its reform upon the straight Hnealajd down at Chicago, and has fig- rendered Monday, was Tuesday sentenc- The Sabine was Bold to pay it. Detroit Free Press. ured more conspicuously as a fisherman ed to two years and eight months in Sing John Morris, of Louisville, for $'2,500. I.lttle Thing TclL If rou would know for sure her age, A very Urge crowd attended the sale than as n tariff reformer." We do not Sing and to pay a fine of $500. Aali not herself or mother; Troubles never come singly. On the of Mr. W. M. Uiggins, deceased, yesterknow what Mr. Cleveland has done, but Just toako a quW pilgrimage Kvcryjthingjyou can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. - Call and Unto her little brother. bis public expressions, notably in a re- same day recently W. L, Shears, of Fay- day, which up to four o'clock had not -- N. Y. World examine and get prices. cent letter to u democratic club, have all ette, lost a flue colt, his littlo boy fell off been completed. Milkcowa brought $20 A. MUundentandlHif as to Time. been for tariff reform. It looks to us like tho porch and broke his arm, and a to $40; calves $5 to $7; hogs averaging a A Dcdheddo Will you lend mo five J it is the Senate and not the president, daughter, who had been sent to a neigh- 120 pounds brought 5c. Farming im & breaking faith in the promises of bor's for assistance, was tibly bitteuby, plements and household and kitchen dollars for a couple of days? tuM Wiseley No. I might need it, yon by a fetocious dog. theTdemocraUc party. furniture sold well. Stanford, Ky. know, next ve- - -- . Chicairo Record! 5emi-Weekly VALUES 6 OR 8 PAGES. SVBKY Ji'sk-Ith-I'ihs- 1 vir-tuc- e, E GREAT SALE n, woll-know- mass-meeti- ng - Win.-Alcor- n, Gih-oi- gov-ermne- iit Mor-ho- n. I ! i ... ... SHOES - i CALL FOR A TICKET : J I LOUISVILLE STORE, v STANFOBD, EST., 5th-Seco- e 1 TRUNKS, -- VALISES-STRA- New-por- t, HATS Neckwear & Underwear -- H. J. EYlcROBERTS. H.6.RUPLEY,-- '(s&slJ SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. I f six-tent- h. HE Ke-ch- BAKER -- WAGONS per-Ock- ly REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, r w, Ex-Justi- ce ex-Bo- ss Mc-Kan- e's four-year-o- ld GLASSWAEE QUEEN SWAEE, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. PARRIS & HARDIN. 5 3 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal BILLON June 1, 1804 TIL, jiVJEU. Stanford, Ky., SYE RIDES THROUGH THE I. T. AND SEES THE CHEROKEE STRIP. W. P. WALTON. Brown Eagle, Jr. llrown Eagle, Jr.. was ired by Brown Kagle, he l'm "j" by King (Uric, he by Black Eagle CpFetbotlom, and dam by iHambrino Chief, 3rd Jam by l.elii(luti. Itrown Eugle, Ir , It a handsome drk buy, isK handt high nd watfoaled In 1871 Ho will make lie preieutteaton at iny place near McKinncy at rticrc la Joke tn Thli Wlilrlt Will Appear Litter On- Hn Iliiysit Lot In Chicago ami Leant All About It Aftaruard The Popular Outlaw, av - Copyright, 1891. '"ll Will a'toitand at the tame lime Mule Jack at the im price and terms JAMES WALKER (11 YENS, McKinncy, Ky. 18 first-cla- $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. tho mercantile, emporiums. It is tho wretched old shell n and place a Tlio blnst without is itcreaming and Veiling, and th nir is filled with gntvel that cuts tho fnco keenly and destroys tho Hinooth Furfaco of tho glass fronts on r-- by IMgnr V. Nye. On tiik BoiinEit. PENCE, 18444 lltiCMic i:m, fifth heat H Will make the season of ilot at mllei touch of Manlord At $10 by the Season, or $tC to Insuro a Living Oolt. f a busted boom. Tho guy butterfly of fortuno 1ms Roared nwny, and hero lies tho rattling chrysalis a desolate, half built, needy, ilmbby tiling, overdone, yet only half baked, full of nietroj,olitnn imitations, concavo women in imitation sealskins and flashing rhinestoncs. Shoddy on mlletracl.) every hand! Gold rings ami soiled hands; my place, iX big diamonds in tobacco Himttered shirt fronts; dyed mustaches and white cam-- 1 brie evening ties on tho street; lacu skirts He hit proven hlmiclf a breeder ol fine ttyle and action, and can be mn to satisfy anyone int In 1891 fence started in 11 racet, and won right first montra and three tecondt. He it a game race horio. Ko further information call on 01 A M eENCK, Stanford, Ky , The all gait Saddle Stalliont, terested. ad-dr- rn I "WALLACE DENMARK 65, LEXEL 262. , I The above named atalllont w.ll male the season at my (arm j mllct west 01 llutlouvllie, Hear Carpenters Station, Wallace Donmurk 55, Goct all th training trott handt liy Sumptcr Denmark, he ho by the race 1 gaits to perfection arxl without any Killeeti and under 40 high Denmark. Jr; he by Geddard's by (Junta & Cr tin well's Drnmark, liorte Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge-tor- d. three-quarte- over red, rusty, trodden down congress shoos; red necked cowboys, with French heel, leather p.iuties and profanity, clay 316 tbo Intsuranco, bank hair, golden teeth, keen ehoulder 1)lades, rum, fieckles, soggy old jdaguo 262. high. Sltlrn htndt Wallace Ily Wallace(1lnn'ark jj ; infected cigars, whitoeyes, slab sided, Denmark n.iiirtro n( tho coyote, tho town cowboy index, re b by Viilrtle, by a am....MJ I lllood'a UUck HavA. he bv Old UUck not tho one who works, but tho dime novel Hawk. Vulettc'i itt iam by Whip, deadbeat, who ornaments tho tottering td dam (lallatiu. ll Ham Old Tiger H)rch of the Live and Let Live saloon. Yindea't lit dam b Marnbrino Chief Hi Today we came on the Santa To road 3d dam d dam by Old Hay by Cannon't Whip from Arkansas City to Wiufiold. There dam lulia Wal ate. by Sir Wal'a e, he by t Todhunter'a ir Wallace, hn br Sir was an Arkansas family consisting of a Alba.it. Iihureuptibrrd. mother and 11 children. They sat near bv Virgmiut. he by Maton't Whip, dam j mo and had the odor of n basket of pups. (Thoroughbred I forgot to say that tho father was with Uam. ,.. a Whip Marc them, but ho did not seem to cut any $10 tbo ltiHUrnnco figure aside from making tho 11 children Stock committed to my care and breeding will rvcelve my perianal attention. Grass furnlthtd at legitimate. There were two Indiaus on board who rcatonablc ratei 10 be paid before removal of ttiKk. No responsibility for accident! or escapes. Tart looked down on the&o jieoplo with silent log with tlock forfeitt insurance but merited contempt. They wero betJ. STICK M( CARPENTER, ter dresed, better mannered and better Huttor.ville, Ky filled with brains. Tho father held a child over 80 miles becau.se ho was too lary to put it down. Tho mother had Wen salivated and woro n pink sun bon: net. Nino of tho children had been weaned, and tho old man could also eat solid food, sit up and tako notice. I was somewlAt pained to recclvo a Winner ol the (90 Stake at Lexington. letter last week from my agentat Chiat Lcslrgion Winner of Sweepstake I'remium cago in reference to tho loss of somo Winner of Aged Premium and Sweepstakes at property in a suburb of Chicago. A year rarlt. ago I got n numlxT of lots there on the Money tn $joo !iaket at Versailles. Won Second representation of a man who seemed to WonThitd Monay In $oo Stakes at Nicholas-vlll- bo a lovely character. I met him in Cincinnati one night, where ho asked mo Won Fourth Money in $joo Staketlat Stanford. for complimentary tickets to our unriWon the $100 Consolation Purse at Dannlle. valed show. I asked him with charming Eagle Ilird it a beautiful brown with small ttar, naiveto how many lots ho would givo ' ilandt over 16 handt high, hai (lowing wane and mo for tho tickets, for ho had told mo of heavy tail. his Indiana addition to Chicago. Ho Esgle llltd wat slreJ by the great King Eagle, finally sold mo a block, taking tho net receipts for tho evening as payment. winner nf mtre than 40 Ulue Ties. Ono reason I bought was that tho First dam by Star Eagle, sou of Cabbell't t.ei he had made seemed to mo ' legion; and dam by Hamlet Denmark, 100 of worth tho price, for each block had new Wathlnglon Denmark, yA dam by Itartit' Den sidewalks, etc. Last week n letter in-- , mark, ton of Miller's Denmark formed mo that my tidewalks had been Eaglo llird will stand the teaton of SI( at my destroyed by a prairie lire. 1 wasdumfounded.for I had thought farm iwo mllta West of Stanford, on the Shelby tho lots to bo near tho Auditorium, In City pike, fact, the gentle being who them to At $20 to Insuro a Living Colt. mo said that they were within sight of that building. Money or cash note will be required when the fact Oh, how 1 hato to bo betrayed that it ascertained. way by r total htranger! I was intending to build there a modEagle Ilird It one ol the graudrtt show honei in Kentucky. Monte Crltto, hit uncle, It the only est little cot ami thus havo n quiet place I could livo when I visit Chicago home abown in the lllue Gran Circuit, that hn did whero Instead of paying Mr. Bemis 3 per day not defeat. He could be relied upon to make a for a suit of rooms at tho Kicheliuu, but gallant sno whenever called upon and alwayt I am told uurw that if I lived thoro my finished at game at a race horte, although tome nearest voting place would bo Valparaiso, of the "knowing onet'' pronounced him no good. Iud., so I havo given it up. good colored Oh, how bitterly I referred to that At a breeder of fine, WITH THE DErUTV. man when I begun toseo his truo uaturel colli, he it not surpassed byjany horte in I almost hated him. Of course I did not a worn nnd weary, pale nnd hungry party of men. Thoy said thoy had not eaten Marct from a distance will be furnished grata caro to buy farm property in Indiana. He knew that perfectly well, and bo now or slept for 43 hours, and thoy looked it j after May lit at $1.50 per month, and mutt be paid too. ho has lost my friendship. at the removal of marct. Care taken to prevent "Como in," said Mr. Anderson. Tho ground, too, is wet real wot. Anaccident! and etcapes, but not responsible thould "But thero is a price on every head other man told me so. Ho know it wag any occur. wet, too, but ho did not tell mo about it, here that would make you rich if you Parting with or removal of marct forfnltt the in. although I told him that I wanted to were to tell of our whereabouts." turaoce. "Never mind," said Anderson. "You Will alto Hand a fine mule Jack at $7 to imure a know all about it beforo I bought. living colt. Recently I learned that tho census was nro starving, aud I bhall not tako advan- ' K P. WOODS, taken thero during a rooster fight, when tage of your condition. Como in and eat Sianlord, Ky. 500 3 men caiAe out from Valparaiso to a bito and go to sleep. You will not be disturbed," evade tho authorities. They ate like wolves and then went to I would give tho man's name right hero in the paper wero it not for tho pain it bed in the barn. They slept SO hours, ato agaiu and slept 12 more hours, which , might givo his family. On tho map ho showed mo was a large showed that they were somewhat fatigued. TIipu they thanked Anderson, Will make the present season of 1894 at the farm factory in course of construction, a vinfrom Crab Oregar works employing 800 men, but when for they had no money, and went away. the lattL. D. Garner, 3 milet, chard, at Thrco years afterward Anderson camo . he had sold all tho lots ho took down the to to Inaure.a Oolt 4 Months old. vinegar works and removed them to an- home one evening hadfind that in his and $6 been entered, tho houso other suburb which ho is now engaged things wero scattered all over tho room. Brlgnola It a Red Bay Stallion. Saddle and in selling. Combined; 16 hands high: fine style and acIn the middle of tho floor stood a panSuch, things aro simply contemptiblo, tion and hat fine man an. tall. He wat tired by ful of wheat, which ho told tho boy to Abdallah Messenger, he by Messenger Chiel. and, in me he has lost u valuable and inFirst dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle fluential friend. I could havo aided him carry back to the grauary or give to the horse. and advanced his interests if ho had been hens. Ho poured out tho grain nnd at CZiZXTTOXr, true to me; but, no, ho preferred to cost the bottom of the pan found $1,000 in away my friendship and even sold five $20 goldpiecea, with tho compliments of This fine young Jack will lerve a limited number other blocks on tho ground that I was his old guest, oi mares at Eight Dollar. season money due it mare is traded or parted going to move into the neighborhood and Still I would not advi?o i man to move ' with. W.8. GAUNKR, to K.m.-a-n and take up it farm with the m&k.o times easy there. Crab Orchard, Ky. People say that no ono has over boeu idea of getting $1,000 p,'r year in this dam ..... Fannin Wallace No. , by Sir Wallace, ho by Tod hunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred I by Vtrgiulua (dam of Yltglnius br Tran. dam by, (thoroughbred) he by Mston's Whip, thoroughbred. dam.. .... a Whip Mare. tt TIIK TOWN COWIlOV. Ctf -- tZaZi " Lcxcl . J EAGLE BIRD. I e. , I thoro siuco tho survey except a man who way liecnuse somo years ho might be goes Hiero sometimes during tho winter disappointed. to steal the sidowalks. Curso him, I say, An odd thing about tho Indian Terri and curso tho disagreeable man who sold tory is innt tno unerokees owned negro ino tho projierty! Fy upon such low, slaves beforo tho war, and when theso reprehcnsiblo methodsl Wero emancipated they had Yesterday a man wanted to tako mo rights as tho Indians and could tho samo out in a buggy to look at somo lots in land and nlso rcceivo from tho take up governArkansas City, Kan. Tho wind was ment various allowances which have blowing wildly and shrieking through tho mado many of them rich. rigging of our hotel. Tho coarso sand and So it's n queer, queer complexion that gravel wero blown against tho window society Iihs here. I was introduced like a shower of buckshot. Our managir tall, good looking girl in whitu tho to a other stood looking out upon tho clouds of dust tlil fl crmlniif ntnl nit "" na. 1. !.. n,,.i r,ii...i ... .w a r,.- """ "":""". '""' "-to tho "Heavenly " ""- - " " " "" irom wult Wlntman .' "'", eyo could reach. Twins." yot sho was a descendant of an uuunm. juu imo iu touiu niuiiK, i old chief. said tho man, turning to tho manager, There nro few blanket Indians "and pick you out a nico lot for stiecu- - sight, nnd they show no desire to hero in plungo lation?" their hands into tho goro of the white ?!8-L-m "No,' said Raymond, with a dreamy man except when accused of being whito look in his dark eye. "It would bo a 6trippers from Arkansas. good titno now, I'll admit, to buy somo IQOO real estate hero as a flier, but I don't ' caro to drive out there. If I happen to ' seo a lot go by hero that I like, I'll buy j It, but I'd rather not drive out whero ' .W b..they como from." The i:ngnKel Girl. J "Wo will get a tough steak here," ho Do yon know nbout that girl? raid ono day last week as wo sat down in Yes, I do, but it isn't generally known a cheery dining room. FOR CLOTHES. "Why?" I inquired, with largo, soulful, yet. What isn't? THE PROCTER I, QAM OLE CO , CINTt. longing eyes. That sho is engaged, "Uecauso you notico how wabbly tho So? You surprise mo. Probably that is on its leg? Well, that's done by is her betrothed who.is with her now. trying to cut a woven wiro steak on it. Yes, but it is not. Hor betrothed haa Tables can't stand that sort of thing gone west in pursuit of certain opportumore than ono season." We nro now riding through tho Indian nities which he trusts will yield him Territory. It is a very rich country be- funds enough to get married on. And who is this young man then? tween Wiufiold, Kan., and Fort Smith. Oh, just a young man. A oung man I've also heard a good deal about tho Cherokee strip, but never saw one do so ad interim, you might call him. And does ho know that she is engaged? till tho past week. I told tho police Brona-ugh.- , Ho has not the slightest suspicion of it. about it, and ho resumed his clothes ouco But sho will toll him, will sho not? more. Ilrecder and thlipcrof It looks as though eho might find it Thoothernlghtl rodotill most morning necessary. beside a United States deputy marshal Thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey And would that pleaso her? and with a Winchester rifle on my lap. Hogs. Alas, it would bo a great surpriso and Ho chatted pleasantly about tho outlaws shock to her, but 6ho would bear it as I'igs from registered ttock for tale, from the best hero and how they had to bo hunted. in Every year on an average 18 deputy well as she could and try to keep him to herd or Ohio and Illinois. Call and examino my herd adlrt K. II Ilronaugh, Crab Orchard. marshals die at tho hands of theso out- bear it also. And when sho had got him so that he laws of tho Dalton stn'iw. My friend said that though few of the bears it pretty well, what then? Alas, it is only too likely that by then deputies lived to grow up they aro very nnother young man will havo como along, poorly paid, and though they afford poN. S. H. 11. lice protection to tho railroad and ex- and sho will bo in tho way of getting just tiled by Stonewall Jackton Jr , Harrit'), by press companies I noticed that ho had to such another dreadful shock. oncwail Jackson "i, by Washington D.mnark Don't yon think sho ought to be 6hut 61.1 pay his fare. Logic's ist dam by King William 67. (Mind somowhere? "What!" I exclnhned. "You don't have upOn somo accounts, Hill) ) Washington Denmark, by Hlack Denbut then think what mark. by to pay fare hen w.ien you nro trying to and dam by Miller's Denmark, by Denn ark, protect tin om p.. ny's property and the an instructive experience sho is to these by Imp. Hedgeford. young men! 311I dam by Onstot's Telegraph, by Telegraph, lives of pas :i ,'er:" At least her engagement ought to be by Hill's Iliac k Hawk, by Sherman. "0"i, yes," ho said, looking down tho 4th dam by Tiller's Dremon, by Brlnker's Drenuon, by Davy Crockett barrel of his gun. "Every outlaw knows announced. Sho couldn't afford that. She can't tell Sth dam by Ohter, thoroughbred, mo and is at liberty to shoot me down in I.0K1C Is a very substantial horte, beautiful red yet whether or not tho favored aspirant cold blood, yet I get barely enough to live to'rvl with line mane and tall, which he carries will make a financial striko conclusive as near to perfection as a horse can Hat a tine i,n from it, and though tho railroad comdisposition, iInici nicely, and tor his handling pany somotimes passes us to tho bceno of enough to provo he is the real man. he is fine actor, Rack, Trot, Walk, Canter and Meanwhile sho is taking good goods Slow Pace. an express robbery, after wo havo scoured You can ee from hit pedigree that he is a very tho country and slept out of doors a week from this young in an on false pretenses. high bred raddle horse, and one that will sire Do you think" it respectable that girls fanf y high tailed saddlers. Logic will make th in pursuit of tho robbers, when wo season at my (arm, lour miles Irom Dantllle, on return wo pay 5 cents per milo to get should plcdgo their affections and give the Danville aud Stanford turnpike at no visible sign? homo if alive and about tho same rate if Would you slit their ears? dead. , Not quito that, but at least I should $10 TO INSURE A COLT 4 WEEKS OLD, Tho Indian Territory nt present is filled require that thoso who did not wear rings with dcsiwradoes from all over the world, on their fingers should wear bells on their A lien retained on colts until payment of and Cas county, Mo., too, for that mattoes. I would see to it that these artless service. standing totuit the hard time. See him lie it ter. before )ou breed. Pasture at Jj per month Grain Tho wheat eroti Is verv fine, mnnhic young men had somo warning. Life. ltd at reasonable rates, which must be paid before on an average 80 bushels of fino wheat mates aie taken away, IUU It IIU Way. A. E. HUNDLBT, per aero. Theso lands aro rented to Danville, Ky. "I see you have had a visit from George givo about J5 per white settlers, who Francis Train," said a grizzled old newstho yield for ncro in crops or the use of tho land, but these peoplo paper man this morning. "I never hear havo, I am sorry to say, a dime novel his name that I don't think of an inci: idea of tho brave outlaws and will not dent in his remarkablo career many years only shelter them without cost, but keep ago, when ho was in his primo and ena guard over them whilo thoy eleep un- joying almost unlimited power. When the Union Pacific road was being built 3512. der their roof. This makes it almost impossible for and had nearly reached completion, Thit fine Hackney Stallion will make the tea farm on 1S94 tho government to overtake these men, Train took a large excursion party of ton ol miles at my Stanford, the CrabatOrchard pike, kuown the John M. Irom three unless, as at Coffeyville, the robbers are eastern peoplo out west to examine the Hail farm, and will serve marct shot down beforo thoy can get across the enterprise. At Omaha, which was then the most primitive kind of a town, Train line. gavo tho party a dinner in the only hotel At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. A man named Anderson, who lived on the frontier many years, said that one in the place. When the guests were Money due night there caiue to his cabin at 1 o'clock seated, the erratic host discovered that parted wen. when the fact it ascertained or mare one of tho panes In the window behind Connaughtad 351a is a fine individual and his chuir was broken out, and he ordered the finest action of any horse in the couna waiter to stand in front of it and keep try. Trie Hackney it noted the country over for the draft from him. The servant re- style, actiou and endurance. tooThey have been bred vears. nr three niiatitira for over fused, whereupon Train called tho head Conoaugbt ad was bred by James Cker, of as Heetley Hall, East lierenam. rnorioiK. waiter, who also declined to bo used as bv Victor of tteetley 1857; dam llonnlev 1915 sireu by a pneumonin screen. The philosopher H'ghfiver 1006. Ho waa imported by A H i homp-o- n of Crawfordtvllle. Indiana, June 3, 1893. grew angry nnd sent for tho proprietor. the Hackney crot,et! Testimonial. We " 'What wiU you tako for this infernal with Kentucky marct thiukmale ool selltrsand wilt old rookery?' he demanded. The boni-fac- e .ood horses icr th Kasteru market. LeeTiioma, Lexington; named $10,000. Train scratched off K. D I'ENiiLEToN, Norfolk, Va. a check for tho amouut, threw it to tho Call and ec this excellent stallion. LINCOLN COL'NTV HORSE CO , nstonished proprietor, secured a receipt By A. F. Moderly, Stanford, Ky. and then culled tip the head waiter. " 'Stand in front of that hole in that window or got out of my service, ho directed. Tlio head waiter took up his place as a breezo buffer without any fur265 ther objections." Washington Star. Chancy Denmark $5, fine taddle ! The IVORY IVORY Eelegantly bred Trotting Stallion, -:- Onward SIRBD - Messenger. , I ,i i. .!,' 4 -' J-- I I m 'cNeS OOAP j -- Standard. Fired by Charles Dunn, BV ONWARD CHIEF 4495. By OnwarJ 1411, record 1 isHi sire of 49 In the list, also ij producing sons and 16 produc tng daughters. istdam Lady Messenger, by Hutch nson's Cbief 7'i and dam Ellia Jane, the dam of Meud Messenger, 1 t6'i, Merit 1 37, by Gentle Breeie 3456, tire of Pearl, a 30, Ac 3rd dam Kitty Rivers, dam of Dertie Girl, 1 37, by Abdallah it, sire of Almont, IMmont Kc. y 4t dam by Red Jacket, tire ot the dam of Wilkes a at?. Madison Wilket a a8W and erandam of Hed Wilkes, So io, 2 17H, Lime Wllkes.a aaJ4, &c. Bay horse, bcavy mane and tail, with sue, style and hnish, and representing some of the best trotting families In the whole country. Should make a g eat stock horse. Will make a hort season at our stable a miles wctt of Stan for I, at Ken-luck- 134 JO. ' Ujl'j Fa 9S $10 To Iusure A Mare In Foal. J a. & S.T. HARRIS. Stanford, Ky. ism Q hrl 4 1-- , blo P O Hi "2 , r ,: H. H. 'Q! M 3j 31 'I LOG-I- O 917, W JL J SILVER TIP 169. iti Will make the eason of 1894 at W. W. miles Weil of Stanford 011 the Sianfoid at tho race track, at A' Hayt' $10 to Insure n Live Colt ul hji ono-thir- d ConnaojM 2nd. Description and Pedigret--. Silver Tip is a beau-lilred bay with hinu ankles white, fine mane and tail, 15 hands high, ioaled May 5th, 1888. As a breeder he is not tui patted in the State. We told a yearling cull of his get to i. Mayt, of Casey, for $130 and we hae never had a man to say he u at not pleased w Ith his colt As a show horse he is as good as there Is in the Stale. He was shown in the $3 Sweepstake Ring at Danville with 18 contestants, wnich was pronounced to be the best ever shown in Ky , and he wore the third tie. 'iilver Tip wat tired by Silver King, he by On Time he by Stonewall lackson. First dam by Skedaddle, by Oliver, ton ot Wagner. Se:ond dam by Red Lion. Silver King's dam wat Motile Mounce, tireu by Cabbell't Lexington, ton ol Blood't Ulack Hawk Second dam bv Young Amend, tonof Taylor't Messenger. Skedaddle't first dam by Medoc, and dam by Trumpeter, 3rd dam by Aratus Maret bred to thit horte will be kept at reasonable rates. Care taken to prevent accidents and escspet but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt it Ioaled or mare parted with BEAZLEYBROS. & HAYS. Stanford, Ky. 11 Ju 1 Denmark Oheif. Denmark Chief will make the present season at $5 to Iusure a Living Colt He is a nice bay, 15 hands 3 inches high, five years old. He laddies well, but has not been trained. 118 it by Hutchinson Chiel. No. iiim, by Messenger Chief. Hutchinson Chiefs first dam by Sentinel; ad dam by Alexander's Abdallah; 3d dam by Red Jacket; Messenger Chief by Abdallah Pilot; tst dam by Mambrlno Metsenger, ad dam by Mambnuo Chiel, 3d dam by Imp, Napoleon. Denmark Chiefs ist dam was sired by Sumpter Denmark, he by (Joddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by tho race hore Denmark, he by the Imp. Hedgclord. His cd dam was by On Tin , 3d dam by Red Lion. Mares parted w ith forfeits the Inturance Will make the K'ason three miles from Crab Orchard, on the Crab Orchard and Stanlord pike. SAMUEL COCHRAN, Crab Orchard, Ky pot-efs- es sip Appreciation In tlu West. high-style- Ken-luck- y. night," remarked a visitor to the dra$10. matic editor. "Ah, what's now out there?" "Our friend Cutlet had his now play produced thero tho night beforo I left." "Big success, I hope. Did it havo an enthusiastic reception?" "It was vociferous. I never heard anything like it." "Good. Did they call for tho author?" It a coal blackjack, white points, 15' J bandt high, "Call for him? Well, I should say bo, heavy body and good bone He is by old Uour-bof and they wore eo anxious to seohim that told Chiel, the noted jennet jack was Madison that tired by for $i,ixo. Bourbon Chief thoy swarmed right up over tho footHercules, he by Imp, Hercules, and his by Imp Espartero. Ilourbon Chief's lights with clubs and umbrellas aud any- dam by Col Lear's Imp. Napoleon jrl. and dam dam was a thing they could get their hands on." rtuena Vista, 3rd dam by Imp Castillan. by Vita was sired by the great Compromise, he Detroit Free Press. by Tippecanoe, he by Irap. Warrior, which was "I just got back from Kansas City last Son of William Welch, son of Rysdyk's 10, out of Pauline by Almont Forrest, he This ttallion. by Old Almont, he by Alexander's Abaallab, he by will make the season ol 1&44 at the tinble of Col. Kysilyk s tlaiubletonlau to, all standaid and reg- Underwood, i ol a milo troin Hubble, Ky., oa Ittereu wun an ne trotters you want on uotn the Ruth llrnnch i'ikc and, sides, with rt cords as low as 3:05 Welchmont imparts trotting action to hit colt all over. Njveral have shown a a.ae gait. He it lull 16 hands hih, black at a crow; imChancy Denmark 165 it a bay hone, full 16 parts high knee action. Hit colts make rin New hands high, fouled 1SS7. sired by Hubble's On York tadJIert. He it a fino individual and stands Time, dam b Old stonewall Jackson Hn colts at HustonUtle at my stablest aro fine and of good size and will compare with anybody's saddle ttallion a Living Colt, to Will alto tund two royally bred jacks at the Season, $5 tame place. n Chancey Denmark Wolchmont 6367. Will Serve Marcs at ,i $10 Insure the or TOM CURTIS. Lower than any ether horse in Kentucky bred D. S. CARl'KN TER, like him. Hustonville, Ky. on Red-mno- Dillard : Denmark. ol 1894 at Cook's Spilngs, Hue-n- ! MGOOLK An Infantile Mistake. Dorothy (who had just been punished) Ma, did that new baby of oflrs have his eyes open when ho came? Mamma No, Dorothy, ho did not. Dorothy Well, I thought he didn't. If ho had, ho would never have come to this houso in tho world. Somerville acknowledged the best jennet jack ever in Kentucky Ilourbon Chief is 16? J hands high without thoet. Heit a coal bbek wlih r ealy note and for form, weight, style, action and appearance he hat no equal Tom Curtlt itt dam wat by Joe Phelps" bigjtck and her dam bv Sam Phelps' jack, and dam by tlack Samson. Tom Curtis will serve This finely bred ttallion will make the teaton mllrt Kastof Stan4 ford At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when celt it foaled, mare parted with or bred to another horse. Lien retained oa all colta uulil aeston la paid Gratt furnished mares at Ji.jo per month. Will not be responsible for accident!, thould any oc- Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 for Jennets Oolts; Mares $8. Journal. One or the Other, Mrs, W.inks I notice Mr. Winks rarely ever seiids uu evening away from home. Don't you call that devotion? Mr. Winkfc A M, it is either that, or his wife has bought him a lot of new ties. Chicugo Inter Oceun, IIU Juilguieut. ab-b?"- co ISpviSboira : OlaJLef". ChJe tsj-- i hands high; sired by old Ilourbon whose pedigree Is given above. Hit dam wa Black Jennet, she bv a jack by Jaton Walker' Cattllhan nnd out oT a lull slsior to Il.iena Vista who was out ot njtnnrt by Black Sainton. He will stand at XO. The service fee will be due in all cases where mares are parted with or leave the country lien rewhen such fact is ascertained by ui. tained on, all colts till tease n fee It paid.. s Both Jacks have proven themselves breeders. All colts insured till four months old. Cart taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. first-clas- Ilar-ne- ta JR. I Father (to dramatic manager) You have heard the voice of my son. What role do you thin); ho ought to study? Manager Auctioneer, sir. Ulk. UNDERWOOD BROTHERS, Hubble, Ky Dillard Denmark wat sired bv Double he by Montrose 106, the greatest aire ot high class saddle horses living, Montrose descendants won over most everything last season. Dillard wat shown at Danv lie when a and won second money. He has been handled very little but will be put in training after a short season and shown. r'ir.tdam by Waihingfn Denmark: Second dam by John Dillard ; Third dam by dray Eagle, thoroughbred. Double Denmark by Washington Denmark: sd dam by Shropshire's Tom HaU Dillard Denmark is a beautiful dark sorrel, 16 hands high. He has proven him sell a breeder ol large, handsome movers. This is a fine horse if he had 00 prdigrte; but we do not hesitate to say that he Is one ol if not the bU bred saddle horsct in the rnuntry. Saddle and combined bortes handled at reasonaDeo-mrk, -- cur ble ratet. J.K.COOK, Rowland, Ky. 'gaSfeta i. Tiioss Who akk Posted. Will toll teaching. each plait is a gather, and a few other you that tho finest and healthiest TO DATE WOMAN. inates hisIbsen's dramntio instinct domTtali nttlca forewarn humeri, fithermen nd A GARDEN didactic purpose, But tho gathers ad jiM tho whole to tho dainty summer rtports In th northwest nre Othtri not totreipait on our UnJt. without per mluion, ii all ui.h will he proieenied to the.tul feminino followers of theso masters figure of the wearer. Thero is a whito located alonif the Wisconsin Central (II Signed JllRS. FRANK LESLIE ON THE CAGE OF what n sinister spcctaclol Thoir literary GOWNS WHICH THE FAIR SEX WILL VIIM, Fox elrnt ot the lw. M. LACKOWirZ. chip sailor hr.t, with a rather high Lines, nmo!)it which nru l.hke, Anliceh, Hurliimton, Mukwnnsgo, nrt is uncertain, they aro away off their HER VERSUS HIM. T 1). NKWI.AND. crown, and on this is set a lot of ribbon WnuktsliH, NcpiirIi, Wimimen, Filleld. RAVE OVER. G. C LYON. nativo ground of tenderness and sentibows, two of I'lem high and stiff and AhIiIhmI nuil Ditluih KREDIIAUMANN. Tourists and ment, their logic is unstable, nnd they Requirement)! R. L. WHITE. carrying tho refad.i colors. Thcro 1h itU'DPim seekers figuring on their next g Fair Feminine I.Itrrnry Aunrrlilst of l)rfos nn Outdoor I L. 11KCK. nro swayel by every partiality nnd prejwhit j m...Ii with full stimuli r's ncHtiou hIioiiuI r this in T. C. IIALI. Ncw.Ynroiliito of Do- udice. 1kc1 Tool Festltnl Color utid .Material Tlmt Ap- al.o a of It is quito bloodcurdling to fco I'KTKK IIAI.MKR. whito eliiitoii iinhroidired on mind and hefore pelrclinc h route drop a mfl'.cs do Tho Revolted Dnughtcr of Society. tho insouciant way in which thoy jug-glproximate Perfection mill 1111 I'lt-r- I'o. thoiV,-- , w.i!i IS HIII.UI'S. r.:rlti gntn and pink. line to Jus U I'onil, (.ti'iiersl l'rtFsener J. K. IIHL'CK An Opinion of tin- - Decollete )(ittori. slblo lW'ulrement Piiney Costume. tho awful mysteries of lifo and Wisconsin Central Lines, There r.:v a .Ui and ruf--o of tho muho AkuiiI of tl ieatlu Copyright, 1S0I, by American Pit's AssociaCopyright, ISM. by American Tress Assooln- - set on tlu top of tho pAinsnl in form of nt MilwAiikn', Wis, nnd ho will send Tho above disqualification", however, tion.'! tlon.1 a star, wi. ui iiini:o it a soft and deli- j on mnpa, liint tnhlt'H and cuide hooks MYERS HOL'Si: of tho self torturing feminino sophist f Ixtiutv. This enntuiito wiw cont.iii'iiiL' vrtliinhh inforinntlnii, which cate mil sT- iilfS an nniili d fr c upon npplirntion. nro iiiMgnificant in comparison with her not k ; (1 and completed without ., nerves. Your real literary shrew is almuch t....i.!.t ;ul visiting of tho ilif- - ijho Big Four Route to Chicngo nnd St p. W. CREEN, Prop. ways a preposterously nervous creature; j feivntstoui, iKiuro and pwhaps Louis. henco tho forbidding classification of her a tear or a;..ia oouploof luiiduches. Thit stable, which It run n connection with tht Il.e llir, VOL R route has tliobet termlnll y j 'Stit.lJ j product a tho " neurotic school. ' Fall- l rr .( Vl irnlns enter Chicago on iWl ; UUttllh.k-III lW.iU, H gown tltnt. tills tc lltlem Chic-s.Mjcrt Hume, iiat;teen tupplled wiin ne iiiinnn t ciitt nl tincl xloiik,' m inllooftlie ing to comprehend why jwrsonally sho every ki. iM mimr-mofor tho most t ke Ktont. through the moil picluteioue loitlon of Horses, Carriages, frigtcns or repels rather than wins, as CMU'titnr :.:. !eu prty, raid n gown that oi the city, unit lalitti pi m ii(pr In the magnifi. ANow Lot Cent ml Siii'mn Buggies, Wagons, nori.ial womon do, sho straightway sets Ui a iwrc'ul ui.l prettv ono for rent New nt 1bnMlion on 1 wrfili Strettutnl will also i lake lie ft ' convenient to the ,i . up n n fommo incompriso and vilifies tho ninny (mother oocnsinti. Un't it worth Auditorium, Richelieu, VictoiU and 1. eland Wa-- ntu. --TUuiniiVi Supplies and Is better than etei and within two 1iIch.Ii of he State and brutil tex, who liavo long siuco repealed upply the public with y prepaid tho trouhh? i -- u Pfj C and tho Siutr. Slilo in blreit l"l e Z' tho law meting out condign punishmont YiA Railway Concnirnt For a yt ung mirricd lady of my top are alio ina.le 111QS OP.ALL. KINDS. 3 sTT? ilnr ltli(il wlin to common scohK Of courso sho ovordoos AUK fP Street and Twenty, I'arl.'l ii another drew designed f r at ll)i!eSticet .Sialiun. icond fe&QL I'trtonal and piomptatttnlien civento Weddinji .Vwns in tho full tho thing so excessively that wo end by i tho same list'. In its own way this is as Miwnihcenl Veiill.ulril Tralm, I'arlor Cat M' 1'artiei and Ilurlals. "V If . Sleeping at I'ruMe Compartment J!x. swing of her many taking sides with tho malo wretch who I'. V. OR KEN. npprc.pri.it as t!.e other, nnd it was deHEN" tho month 3lepti.( Car and hup- rb Dmluc Can. No ALHURNS, Manager 1'roprietor kfeneroFsnig n oecnpa- - is being mauled nnd battered out of nil signed with thought and care. Tho ma- irauolcr acion Cincinnati to make (uniiKiioni. . . 1. r1 St,,.,., f UltUUllli scmblnuco of a man. n of Juno approachVour ticket 1 rt i llUi!" HIO tttr serge of Routf to utij.iy ihould read a the Solid KOl'R terial h of fino . twilled lhee pnllece. es then tho mind train!!. This has been aptly illustrated of Into I. null. &rsr&!- ?97?j XwrUtnir nrtioloa forJit iiitl of tho girl who is n delicate tan color that shows up well ivien tincitli tetwiin StSt Lot it and t nh I'alace ntfntwl. in that much discussed piny, "Margaret l,..i.a.nu.u tkiiuuuton, IV H niMtfVi.-'against green, or tho bark of trees, or a sleeping Can PIC. H C , vUtl.e up with tho times lit Ko.tr M '1 ing socialistic meet- Fleming," a play unquestionably inbed of flower, and yet it is not gaudy Ihe elreant irrtice (lend by the 1110 FC I'll begins to work ou ings and taking part in political discus- spired, if not mainly written, by tho Cincinnati nd M Loiii It cxctIM by nor showy The skirt is laid in kilted lietorin linr o ether sions sho was essentially a modem gifted woman who performs tho titlo tho subject of gardon party dresses, and plaits from top to Itottom, with n box cart throughout,Nlht tramt nte compoxd ot tiew ieachctor tie latttt Impi ed AND product, this Bernardino ono day sho role, notwithstanding tho fact that her somo of them, theso wiso virgins, tako plait in front. All nround tho bottom is patlrtn and U ai!Pcr ne ( ai In irrvlce fur timo by tho forelock a'nd study out their the tint tune May tialm hare I'arlor and 'raw. foil ill." husband's popular namo is put forth as a flat band of black insertion. There is Room Cart and x.iiifiir I lnlr n (art and This, among other tilings is told na author. Tho story is simply that of an array even in tho la.it of April. But a shawl siuped ovcrskirt, also liordered irp tl ruugh l'a'acr lliilTVt hueplrg Cit between s they do not generally get their garden I nut and Watliirut n Creiniiati, of tho hcroino of ono of tho most sym- erring husband, from whom tho wife, with the insertion. Tho corsago is a ,V and pathetic of tho interesting group of cur- when confronted with his guilt and paity outfits until tho last moment for pretty French gathered waist of brown nectinn with theClciapeakr K Ohio Rt , menu V '' Thr liiilnB faincu"K rent feminiuo novels. In reading it tho penitence, exacts pledges of reparation fear that there will bo something newer and gold taffeta, with dots of different Cat Sertlce eatriiiit through trom St I. Milt to Wethinyton lor thought suggests itself: "Was it theso and futuro gool behavior nnd then than their own idea. Still that dream shades, and a metallic bronze effect over etc apply tn msiri lull ieid muiir n recarillrg ratot it ticket rtcnt, ir ai'dren of beauty hovers over them by night nnd I' Maitln, (fen'l l't and Ticket Ait,.r F O occupations that brought on tho illness, tranquilly informs him that all Envo a SOLD TO it all. Tho collar, cans to tho sleeves M(.CrmKk I'att Traffic Manager or was not rather tho revcrso tho case? mero phantom of platonic friendship is by day, presents itself iu utmost tangible and the cuffs and liolt all havo bauds of ALL POINTS: form with every new fancy in dress May not Bernardino have been ill in tho over between them forever. Tho wifo tho black lace, which gien n rich and OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, first place, suffering from somo kind throughout tho affair, up to this heart- material they seo displayed, until tho d tossy effect to tho whole, and yet a of mornl curvaturo or nervous derango-nicn- less denouement, is an angel of light, timo comes When tho fair seeker after quiet refinement that renders it olegant WISCONSIN, and her newspaper, socialistic whilo tho husband, a mero frail man, tho beautiful and tho strong comes npou With this gown thero is a golden color- Fr m that oM c r f'airt ' you can te perma ncnl.v n d by an MISSOURI, KANSAS, compact of commonest clay, so plainly just what sho wants. and political agitations tho symptoms How can sho know sho has found it? ed chip hat turned up in front and faced perhaps tho solace of tho malady which has "no gho-- t of a show" besido tho with mordure velvet nnd having n large NEBRASKA, COLORADO, wo aro supposed to infer they brought paragon of womanhood whom ho has Why, just as sho knows whon sho tins niordoro bow vt nlxve thefneo. On the married that tho sympathy of tho audi- found tho man of all other men who back thero is a bunch of shaded yellow on?" ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, But if this kind of modernity in wom- ence is with him from tho start. What is to bo all in all to her. Sho sets! hun- and brown primro-UTho parasol is of Others hare hern urnl why no jou ' h, an bo n malady then it is epidemic. It a caricature of verity I And how delight- dreds of mon. They pass in roview with an amber ring her eyes and aro silrtly, almost tan colored is in tho air. Wo encounter it in novels fully feminino this treatment of tho nnd brown silk bow. S0UTH-WEDisease Cured Without Medicine NVEST, ono as not unconsciously, rejected ono in newspapers, in essays in plays, on "problem I" There nro plans nl ready on foot for reaching lur standard weighed in her In tho lively novel cntitlod "Dodo" tho lectnro platform everywhere, I was two garden urties in fancy dress cosFIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS Not an ee tru Seller battery, hut a tlmple about to say, except in our individual wo havo tho "wild woman" of modern mental balauco and found wanting. tumes, and those will bo picturesque h me t eatint lit which cautea ih ci.liro body id AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. walks of real life. In actual, everyday society portrayed by a man, nnd portray- Then Johnny or Chnrley or Georgo and doubtless pretty. Tho characters in the p titnt toatorb dawns upon her horizon, nnd all tho THE BEST ROUTE TO THE life, it must bo admitted, tho woman ed to tho life, as everybody acquainted rest aro instantly bunched in her mind history and in Walter Scott's and Dickemancipator and tho emancipated wom- with tho original of this character in ens' novels will all Ikj portrayed, and an aro still not so numerous but that London is bound to admit. Hero is a as men, ami her choice is tho man. bo know ono young lady who is spondii.g COACHES, it is witli tho material of which her Atk otir ee gtibor about It, if he cau not tell 'ULIMAN VESTIBUtED their appearance attracts decided atten- characteristic anecdote of her which garden nl life SLEEPING AND DINIHQ CAR! party drecs is made. Sho finds half a fort nuu in horso enrs going from ou, write to ut (or one ol our bookt tion, nnd tho race, as a whole, goes on as does not appear in Mr. Bcufoh's book: ono library to another to study upon old Nothing hat eer received in many SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS RCAO OVER THE if nothing special had happened. But Ono fino morning this young person was it, and it forthwith becomes a part of costumes. Sho is a little bit of an artist (rum truttwortr pcrtoM, many of tottmoniaht whim a and sho has it made. to Western then it is as good as an axiom that tho disporting herself on tho box scat with ucolf, a very little bit and somo of her known Ele uitropone a Recorder, l.ouiivillc Now, thero aro several requirements The It nijttrryto me; altuott a YORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI "types" who entertain us in fiction n very swagger coaching party and a remarkablo nature, and n iracle ldtr John I Rudgen. a dress of this peculiar kind. It studies nro CHEAPEST, BEST ND QUICKEST LINE. would bo in reality very uncomfortable woro a particularly smart and glovo g ior I think tho wholo outcomo will bo a In one night tho F.lectropolf relieved mrof must bo strong to withstand accidents in persons to livo with. toicoat. Tho weather being warm, sort of composite costume, but you may concettlon ot the brain and vertigo. Rev tieo lKKtl4ii Wrlto for "Intra, Mat- -. 'ntnphlt'la, to nliy ftatlull .iKi'lil, or to Elappily tho most startling of theso her companions asked her why bho kept tho way of thorny hedges or sharp sliv- bo sure that her gowu will bo a pretty Ii Mcam, Covington, Ky. Iricndol mine w i eatlrr-l- cured of the opi- - w m r. ao, so tightly wrapped. rviit, ailtN MUll, Dodo's patienco ers in garden Feats. It must bo of a ono nnd Incoming. rovoltees appear in novels with a Kev. W V. llrucr, m habit with hlcc tropoiie Wl ftMf re 1,1. IHt. rM..fr tfl. f rIUf I'tM. Irf or message. Theso novels may bo Boon gavo way at their rallying, and color that will harmouizo with tho surHutonle. Ky. IlKNUinTTK ROUSSKAU. mil in.". KlllMlkl, I I. Kuitosr.il. The Klectrcpmie it a wonderful initrument and regarded as tho modern substitute for sho suddenly Hung tho coat wido open, roundings and not put tho peonies and It Ii mote womierful at to how It dr Its work, poppies to blush It must bo of a tint et It does it T K C llilliley, jl'lowt, fairy tales, and tho fair feminino liter- disclosing tho fact that well, sho exTHE JUNE WEDDING. Ky. San Francisco. Portland. ary nnarchists who write them furnish claimed: "That's why, if yon must that will not show every speck of dust Address Dult.li & Webb, uy, Fourth it.. Lou With ITrM in their own personalities behind tho know. I've- been getting fat, and my or tho stain of crushed grass or moss, How tn Dfcornlo utille, Kv. pages of their books somo of tho most coat wouldn't button over a corsage, bo and it must fit well and easily and bo A becoming. It must havo something so For years Juno has been tho month interesting "human documents" in tho I had to leavo off ono or tho other. I kept on tho coat, that's all. " Dodo may individual about it that oven if another for weddings, just as it is tho month for oelcbrntod caso of Her versus Him. girl chnnco First caino tho intense nuthor of "Tho not bo an altogether prepossessing croa-tur- samoshould this ono to havo ono of tho roes. VIA stuff would still stand out Shottctt and ,ulckeit between But now tho lloral decorations havo - ' but nt least tho author has taken Story of an African Farm, " whoso genalouo and to itself. Besides all theso lecn given to daisies, real livo field ins represented for us woman choosing her as sho is and not distorted her for qualifications it must bo of a becoming daisies that cost nothing nnd can bo C between lifo's gifts lovo and freedom. a purpose. C n'y Pirect Line between ' color and must look well against any gathered by armfuls, leaving tho cultiTho woman hesitates loug and finally riow as to tho real and general movo Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, "fWarasrYK:.ilisLV.."- - f s 'V W toward a broader liberty and high background likely to bo presented at a vated ones far iu tho shade. cnooses ireeuom, wnereupon Jjiio says, nient Carlisle Mnyavillo, Oynthinnn, "UUISVIIU MIW.41IIHT Cm.CACO Rt To decorate a drawing room for an Thou hast well chosen." and promises ' r status for womankind, which in Eng- - garden party, and theso Iwckgrounds Falmouth nnd Covington, to como back to hor anon with both ln'l l'ls hcen rather formidably desig- - aro liable to differ materially. In somo afternoon weeding given at homo tho Alk lor ticket via Kentucky Midland Trains PULLMANSAND run by Central Standard lime. gifts in ono hand. Alas, tho allegory anted as "tho revolt of tho daughters." it is all trees and green grass; in others first stej) is to decide ntwhat end of tho Tin.e Tab! Apr. i, 19 J. 'hero aro great masses of flowers, or apartment tho ceremony should tako ' This is a genuino movement, arising ends at tho promiso! PAXILOE CARS. No 1. ,No No 7 TRAINS EAST Then Monn Caird in propoundinpr her naturally out of tho present period of tents of nil tho worst possible colors, to place. p iu. p m a. m. I INE FROM I 01 ISVII LE up n really pretty gown. Theso ONLY 00 7 00 For a liower a pier glass, if yon havo Leave Kranklart A famous query, "Is Marriago a Failure?" preparation for an ideal "woman's ago" show t 10 4 ae 7 oft that is to say, n timo whon woman, wretched but useful tents aro of yel- one, forms an excellent background for "' Summit together with somo very bold specula$ RUNNINC 7 it Kllnmn DININC - CARS. 3' " hwitier 7 iS tions on tho subject, broko tho ground graduated from tho restrictions of a low and black stripes or scarlet and your decorations. Thin wires can 1m io a 00 WRI1K TO- Stamting vj round 78 for tlioso really extraordinary books, purely domestic lifo, shall mako her white. Now, what chanco has a girl to fastened in regular rows over tho glass, a 10 Duvall. 7 3 4 J' tLonght and sentiment, her whole dis- show off n gown snitablo for a fete cliam- - so as to form a steadiness for its ornaa ao K. II. IIACON. II P A . K . ... -- 7 40 RKFD.G. PA "Ideala," "Tho Heavenly Twins" and Johnun S04 Lojwvtlle, Ky. Chicane, III. ? " (cor; clown. .11 7 46 3J "Our Manifold Nature." in which tinctive feminino 'nature, a direct and petro npiint a mass of glaring stripes? mentation. V. S Depot ) 3 jo 7S5 goS Sarali Grand strikes for what is called important inilnenco in shaping into or- - Still tho girl somehow manages to do it. Cover the wholo frnmo of tho glass Newtcn 3 1 St. Paul. Denver. Well, ono girl of my acquaintance with long sprays of smilnx, concealing .8 16 renttfville.... J3v iV an equal standard of morality for both der tho vast complex world of society. . o 3 4J S4J has just had her garden party gown An-- I as far as posiblo every inch of gilt Arr' Kluabeth C. pcxes on grounds far moro advanced Tho demands of tho daughters do not 3 5S5 400 Pn than Georgo Sand or Georgo Elio't ever ' appear to bo excessively radical in tlicm-- I ished. Sho will grnvitato this summer With this delicate green, wood ferns between Lenox, Newport and Saratoga. can bo intermingled and form nn No It selves, however much they may shock TRAINS WEbl. No. 1. No. 4. No. dreamed of occupying theoretically. p tn. a. m. a P scheme. Tho sanio noto is taken up in "A Su- tho conservative British mntrou. Ac- Sho will havo threo opiortunitiet to At intervals group Lvc Paris C 19 60UR1ER-J0URNA603 90s and I really do not think bunches of daisies, which can bo artistic Arr L 15 SJ perfluous Woman, " tho author of which cording to Miss Alys Pearsall Smith, sliow her 6i? e 19 Ccntrevtilc. - 9" 500 finds tho social whirl simply "a circloof who has spoken very scnsihly and cloar-- I imy ono could design a prettier dress. ally treated. Let tho glass itself bo cov- Arr Newtown 5 31 Arr 617 - 9S la a ten pagveiKht column democratic newipaper 641 tho damned. " So far as sho can observe, ly for her sisters in this category, tho Tho skirt is mado of Japaneso crcpon, ered, but not too thickly, in rows of AirC. i Depot - 0 40 5S half silk and half cotton, of n whito maidenhair fern, placing them agaiust Air (.eoiL'Clown II 10.17 (in 7 47 It conta.ns the lent f everything come IJEN-Unot ono, even oi tno young gins, ' 'car girls want, in caso they nro ambitious S"oo (1 6 .1147 ",0 f(n.inte-?- t WATTER8PN is the e.litcr 'Piclon of grmi tho glass concealing tho already fasten- Arr Johnson for a college career, tho samo eucour- 810 rics her features unconsciously." 1: M Arr Duvall 617 Tho ' r" 30 iron has entered into their souls. Of ogement from tho family that their in it Tho skirt is mado quito plain, ed wires. Then with very lino wire, tho Airbtamig Ground. 11 oo 713 8 30 PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. to ArrSwtuer. though very full in tho back, whero it kind courso our strenuous author has her ex- brothers get under similar circumfor bouquets, adjust your ArrElkhcin .1117 905 730 The. WEEKLY makes ceptions to allow, and, equally of courso, stances. Arid sinco in tho matter of llangs in thick round folds, and, I may daisy chain, which, if rightly done, will Arr Franklin A 11 13 736 0)15 very liberal termi to agent , and eivrs tree pre9 JJ 1130 1b held out all 733 miums for clubs Sample cnpiei olthe paH'r and be a poem in its way. theso exceptions nro in favor of tho raro mnrriago they havo an acknowledged as well state it hero, A connects with L V N. lour page Premium Supplement tent frco to any It connects with Q .V C and L. S. emancipated. "I havo nothing to say, right to arrnngo their own lives, why around by pinked out flounces of resada At tho foot of tho pier glass stand addresi Write to Bot u(ler tho Thero aro 10 6omo good sized potted plants, which Cconnecti with K. C. for instance, of tho emancipated woman not let them likewiFO arrango their lives ' SUNDAY TRAINS. of tho well to do iniddlo class beyond when they do not marry? Self sacrifico, "l H,u rui"Vb upmo ns,(,0l I,,B uafK should Ixi banked up thick ami close toTho COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. Leave Franklort 900 a, m; (leorvetown 1000 a a friendly grip of tho hands, such as one Miss Smith declares, may bo carried to breadth All around tho bottom of the gether, forming quito a body of green m. I.vt titoruciown ic 37, nmvn Frankloit 11 30 LOU&VILLF, KY. p. in bestows on an oquaL Neither havo I to tho point of perversion in encouraging skirt, beginning ono nidi from tho lower verdure. Ihe Tho Kentucky Midlind Ralwayand connec selfishness in others. Blessed aro thoy odge, aro set rows of velvet ribbon. Whero tho happy couplo stand hang tiom form Ihe ihorteit and cheapeit route to all Semi- - Weekly Interior do just now with tho multitudoof womJournal, a bell mado of daisies. Thero aro wrro foinuNnuh, Katt, North and Vet. an toilers of tho masses. I am occupied that ask little, for thoy shall get nothFor further information apply to their agents. And Ihe ing, wheroas "tho girls who insist affairs which como for tho purposo and simply with tho unemancipatod daughC. D. HfcRCAW. Gen Pass Ajfetit GEO. II HARPER, Gen Supl can bo easily covereel by this dclicato ter of tho aristocracy. ' Whon tho actual upon an opportunity for self developCourier-Journ- al blossoms. A hook fastened in tho ceiling nncmancipated daughter of tho aristoc- ment nnd training at perhaps tho cost to Will be sent cne year to any address for 33 C 7C. parents of somo passing pleasure racy speaks for herself, as wo shall seo their will bo nil that is necessary to mako W P WALTON. Address, orpresently, her demands aro far moro will in tho end bring far moro interest it steady. 88 Stinford, Ky Decorate your mantelshelves with reasonablo and modest than thoso of her and satisfaction into their lives than the Mill theso simplo wild flowers, and if yon literary advocates, and thero is no traoo ono who has wasted her days of develAS ASSIGNEE OF havo a scarf sew them on plentifully, of hysteria in her well bred, gently mod- opment in sacrificing all her highest And 73 Acres of Land. powers to tho petty occupations and so as to form n drapery. ulated voice Jugs should bo filled with them on Mrs. Humphry Ward's new heroine, amiabilities demanded from her, often LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. tables, piano, every placo whero they Farmers Hank and Truit Company of Stanford, Marcclln, is not a bit behind tho times, en nnf IiitiViiictIv In- - flin liimA ttvstln I clftr for tale privately his M DIff .ajainil w .... tl.!itrr lam.. ... In short, the grownup girl of tho period Tout being young nnd pretty as well as can bo ndded to tho adornment Let no MUUV.n.. j ... Kt , I III and Ann Dudderar, Delta. Dudderar wants to bo treated as a responsible huother liower in, as it would spoil tho ef clover her revolt takes a generous altru-istiWHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, Notice ol Sale. form. Sho goes in for sooinlism man adult who has outgrown chaperfect Ily virtueof a judKinent and order ol lalo herein &c on rraionable has nnd is nobly impartial in her ardor for ons, and who is capablo of being trusted For tho collation tnblo a border of at ihf October term. 1801. of tnis court. Ihe unde'' been cleared of all time and termi. The stock Bstt damaged goodi, ilzned 'with liberty nnd a latchkey and an opemancipation and amelioration, daisies on tho whito clcth is capital. door in Commit sloner will belrio the n of Stanford, on the tow of sex. Sooner or later, of portunity i life. Is in First Class Condition These, with somo tender green vines runis in nch tono that tho rovoltcd It 1894, and located in one of Ihe moit desirable itandi In course, her fad must cross tho pathway ning from tho center and trained in zig1'he agency ot tho daily papers will be the city of her lovo, and when it docs thero Is daughters of women speak for themzag courses irrespective of tho setting, County court day lor Lincoln ccun tr, it'll at tiatufcrred to purchaieir of itock ami sa source troublo in fact, n portentous row. selves, and, it must bo admitted, with form a good device. Thu dishes should outcry to tho hitltlt and lest (udder, the of mn.iderable revenue. J. II. PAXTON A property, 11 Love, howover, triumphs in tho end, for, much better chanco of being listened to bo of cream white, avoiding all color followloK described county, on the waters of tract Aisignee. Du ol Land in Lincoln than tho Cassandras who must locturo after all, Marcolla is "but yet a womaAHDEJ TARTY DRESSES. decoration. Whito and gold aid much River, containing 73 Acres and bounded ai foSouth North by iho lands of John and "discuss" or die. an, " impulsive, unemancipatod and Thcro nro flvo rows half an inch wide in this plan, and if strictly followed llows.East bv the lan's of Henry Travlor and Weil and Their "discussion" of theso matters and four rows a quarter of an inch. Tho will bo an artistic success. happy. by the lands of t" M. Spoonamorp. but for a more : the lai da by metes Who placed these tcrriblo edged tools is liko that of tho decollete question. wido ones nro of resada velvet, and tho All rooms should lo ornamented by particular dttcriplion ot sale herein Is referred and to. ol thejudzment in tho gentlo hut bungling hands of Tho average normal woman, not to speak narrow ones a soft russet pink like that theso blossoms, particularly tho main bounds,tract of land includea the aluablo Mill AT OTTENHEIM. Ibis ai Dudderar's woman? Who taught her to make tho of tho one who is fortunate enough to bo of tho mignonette. hull, which tells tho wholo story on en- Property known improvements. Mill, the dwelling, The other three houie and other ReginninR on hereditary transmission of disenso, for exceptionally gifted in tho matter of Tho waist is a very dainty ono and is tering. tracts mentioned in the judgment ami dincted to i8i;4, and nn eachthe lBt Mondiiy In Marcb, first a be sold will not be sold, lor the reason that they Market will be held at Monday thereafter,the Stoclc instances as in Sarah G rand's caso a material charms, simply dresses low a combination of yoke waist, norfolk For tho brido's bouquet lilies of tho sale have heretofore been diipmcd of and plaintiff hai ol Horses, Cattle, Sheep Ottenheiut for s necked on tho proper prescribed aail Hogs. Peiaons havbiotivo of Action and to fill in with jacket and Russian blouse. Tho yoko is valley and daisies aro an excellent com- received the benefit thereof. ing stock to tell or thote wtihlng to buy aro invit-I'ol as a right and privilege ono quito much The frank discussion of certain details of to attend. There will te no charge to anycovered with lines of tho velvet bination. Tho whito ribbon which forms the wholn.orso will bera will bo ticeciiary, Ihe sold as will satisfy Tract WM. LANDGRAKI", modern social adjustment which, al- might almost say a duty. Tho only per- ribbon set ou in tho samo original mantho bow and streamers at ends and iu debt of plaintiff lor $S 3)9 ot, with 6 per cent, in- body. Oltenheim, Ky untl paid, and the lurther though possibly matters of common talk sons who feel called upon to criticiso ner as that upon tho skirt, only this is ar- tho middle should have small bunches terest 1iom July 3, cent, intsrest from Ju. with 6 per or dispute tho matter aro thoso in whom ranged to outlino a graceful point. Tho nt scparato distances. By florists these sum of I1.071.74, paid, and costs herein expendill club cafes mid smoking rooms, nro its ly 8, 189, until certainly by common consent tabooed in tho propriety of wearing dresses closed collar has tho ribbon set on iu a point aro termed tho "shower bouquet" ed, subject to a credit ol S4.4j3.31, paid January I nu lum iu 1B04, proceeiis 01 iiuiiciaw. 3 to tho throat is but too obvious. drawing rooms nnd tho homo circle? All tho bridesmaids can wear tho be raised to cover plaintiff's debt and all coils to up and down, and tho stiffened belt has Who? Why, Tolstoi, of courso, in "Anna leghorn hats, which can be trim- day ofsalc,$6.ioi.aS. it 60wed on in tho samo way, and so havo broad Terras of Sale: A crodlt of alx tnonthi. Uond Karcnina" and tho"Krcntzer Sonata," My store was bnrned I'riday night, Feb. 23, 'o4r tho cuffs. Tho sleoves aro largo, looso med for tho occasion by bunches of theso wi th approved personal lecunty with six per cent, flowers and cream moiro ribbon in tercsl from day ol tale, having the force and cf. and I think robbed ol part of its contenti, and lo. and Ibsen, especially Ibsen. Iiut nt bishop shape, and mado of surah, natural a judgmentand paablo tothe Com'r. Lion the arroit and conviction of guilty parties I will worst thoso mon aro masters of their par 1 100. but tho plaited portion of tho basquo or and will hist well m.til tho afteiuoou is le ct of J. A. HAMMONDS, R. C. eVAURKN, Hubble, Ky as well as deadly earnest in their over. Mrs. Oliver Bell Ounce. art Muter Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. blouso is of tho crcpon. In tho center of t 1 I UP POSTED. FOE PARTY linn-tilin- lir bt-n- o - mm .. ' .0&& x.xir:Exrsr -- :. i uj stable r well-know- n nt rj 'P Ho-l- ei rf bi lile-vat- ed FIIIST-CLAS- ,fJ ' mmszg , I sm3r $ rss hlitv-inni- li aj-r- lluf-1- 1 - . -I- i i w l Va-hln- f 11 c NORFOLK RAILROAD. bl-c- i, I 1 C ,i WESTERN TICKETS , 1 r, WHY SUFFER Electropoise OXYGEN. 1 K bo-for- o su-.t- KOP.TH-WES- T, 51 1 NORTH AND EAST. J fit-iu- Tlll'.P-Tablr- l, A pur-pos- o Louis-tille- , Tri-ttll- I)rl-al- e. o, Ky. Midland R'y, iiicliinnti mid Frankfort World's Fair Record. CHICAGO i j L- . I I I 3- - 4 1 -- 4 4 1 I I , i" THE WEEKLY 111 I ta'-tc- , 4 Kli-.bet- h i I I Y I !hn.--hl- " 11 u-e- d Arr.'-uniir- it COL'RIER-JOURNA- L t"-Tft- o I Weekly Comiulssioiicr's Snlc -- Valuable Property, A A. A. WARREN o court-hou- ic irro-bpectiv- o -- Monday, June nth, itl ub-l- ic 'I STOCK MARKET occa-lion- d (d. 189- -, iiuii-n- . 1 $100 XtEWsAlD 1 -- 11 l,v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Junk 1, 189-1 Sbk Danks1 now cut kIh. Watch DankB' window this week. Wantkd to exctinnco beof for country Bhoulilore. M. F. FJkin. low- BortN to the wives of William Holly and William Ham, of Rowland, a boy each. CHURCH AFFAIRS. -- I Stanford, Ky., Catholics. Oon now goods havo arrived. Come The Hopkin8vilIe New Krn printed lift k board and skiduton wagon for and seo them, even if you don't want to its Christian Kndeavor edition in purple MEANS BUSINESS. buy. Danks, the Jeweler. sale. John It. Dunnnli, Stanford. and gave several pages to a notice of the Ik'Y your acliool books nnil hcIiooI bup r c invention just held there. TiiKengino of thoiiouthhouud paesen-geplies ol nil kimlii tit A. H. I'unny's. Tvi'K wtUTRii for bale; good as new; Dr. J. V. Louan, of Richmond, will broke down at Hoatou yesterday nnd Watciikb, clockH ami jewelry repaired Iteniington patent. W. P. Walton. ami warranted. Kngruvlni: a rpuoialty, I i m. when tho train arrived preacli tho commencement sermon of it was We want you to call and see these goods. The prices we know at A. It. IVnny'B. Stanford Female Colleiro at tho Presb'- Tun lumber firm of Sinu & Menefeo here. of Dma. MndlelneH, TiiKlareitBtoek morning. will please you. terinn church Sunday Perlumery, I'uluUi ami Wall Taper at will, by mutual consent, dissolve July 1. A i.ioiit frost was observed by the earItov. W. E. Ellie, pastor of tho Stan IVncrlpUon- - a upt'dnl- - Heu notice in another column. A. It. IVnny'B. ly risers Tuesday morning, but it did no ford Christian church, will preach to the Tiik Stanford walloped tho Lnncnsters nppnrunt ilirnngw. If begins to look like congregation of the Christian church n PERSONAL P01UTS. here next Sunday. Glasgow Timer. 17 to li here tho other day In a bndly wo are to have another year without .S nnmer. 1. The committer) appointed to inves played game cf base 1ml la quite, nick. Mies Kit Haumhman tigate, the origin of tho firo that deptrov-e- d Hon. J. N. Saunheuu attended circuit SrocKiioMiKiiH in the fair company will Tiik Inthiuoii Joi'h.vai. will engage to the Brooklyn Tnbernaclo report that at Mt. Vernon Ihia week. remember the meeting called for o'clock do typo writing for all who desiru but it was caused by tho carelefsnegs on tho Miih. Kva Ki.moiik ia very ill nt her Saturday afternoon, and innku it a point one copy of matter to bo written. pm of experts who were examining tl o fltherV., Mr. J.T. O'Hair. to attend and start tho enterprise oil with orgAii. .S. with Tiik spring lias gone and summertime Hying colore. Vki.i.h is down Mil. John Tho Baptist church hi Crittenden has come nud still tho north winds blow. mumpn and a alight attack of fever. Tub prohibitioniita will hold n conven- county has just experienced a sensation Mia. Job F. Watkuh and little John The weather continues most unseasonation at Harrodsburg, June 2.1 nnd I'll, to Rev. Jackson Milhcan, ono of tho leadble. M. Hail have been vinitlnv in llojle. nominnU) a candidate for Congreps, a call ing preachers of that denomination liav Ih Mil. Hinki.k, of Nicholas county, Oin boys got nearly everything they to that effect having been Nailed by ing been tried and convicted on the of us as cheap as same goods are sold anywhere in Kenvlaitinc hi8nphew, Itv. W. A. Arnold. went after at Lancaster, nnd while they chnrgo of heresy. He believed and was Buy goods Chairman J.T. NevinB. Mu. K. f DunuKHAii, of Louisville, is tucky. No better stook of Wash Goods to be found. Our prices nro no hoes, they think, as so do many teaching sanctificntion. on a vleit to the hnmefolks at itowland. No Auction NtcKssAiiY. J. B. Pax-toothers, that they would havo got more Tho Northern Assembly of tho PreB range from 5c up. All of our choice Woolen Dress Goods are now Itsv, It. 11. MAiioNV.of Caithane.Tenn., assignee of A. A. Warren, says that byterian church will meet had justice been blindfolded. next year at before July 1st. At that time we must begin to buy , has Joined his wife at Mr. A. It. Penny's. tho latter is closing out his stock so rap Pittsburgh, tho Southern Assembly nt to be closed out Mrs Mk and Mm. J. S. It'ti li F8 and for the fall trade and these must go. Our Black Dress Goods are alChick kn thieves got their work in on idly at cost that there will bo no neces- Dallas, Texas. Before adjourning the Mnrphy have j:oiio to 'Joclt Castle Mr. John Knglemnn Friday night, secur sity for an auction. Lota of bargains Northern adopted the report of the ways up to a high standard in Spring. ing 15 nlco ones. A few nights before yet. committee on temperance, declaring Mh. J. H f'AHTKii. one of the I. J'b. Mrs. Kugeno Kelley was relieved of n Tiik communication between Ijincaa that un party which maintains or favors best Garrard county friends, was in town number of her fine Plymouth ltocks. tor and Stanford Wednesday was nearly tho license syBtem, or which does not yesterday. Ijmcaster from entirely 'iy word of month. Postmaster place specified disapproval of the enloou Tiiosnwho went to Mil ami Mim. Wii.i. Scvkuanck are t jh tliu noon mail pouch from upon its platform ought not to receive Don't buy until you examine our stock. Our Summer Weight Col. Pickett at here, nnd their nnm' is legion, ppiakiu Itout viBitlnK the family of Clothing is now to be sold"; we will not carry them over. Our the highest terms of their treatment by there uy contained ono postal card nnd t le votes of Christian men. Finrhvllle. Tho World's Woman's Christian customers we know will buy when they have the prices. You can the uood neon!' of our hospitable neigh that f tho smallest size made. Mis Lauua Skvkhanck, of Lebanon, bor, Temperance Union ia preparing a grand and say they never spent a moie UvlmtiiiKat her uncle's, Mr. Joseph delightful day. It is hardly necessary to call tho atten- crusado which wiU take in tho whole buy a Clay Worsted Suit, Shirt, Shoe, Hat, Tie. Socks, Suspenders Severance. tion of our readers to tho advertisement world. One hundred prominent mem- anl Drawers from us for $12.50. Come and see for yourself. A la(Jkoikii: L. Penny has moved IiIh famTiik miners Bt Miildlenboro Bnd Nor- of Cumberland Fnllu. They are bound bers of tho order will bo the force its value. A good dy can buy a Spring Jacket or Wrap for one-hal- f ily into IiIh pretty now cottage on Dan- ton are making full time and the L A N. to see it and all who havo been there under tho command of Mips pair of Kid Gloves lor 50c, in large sizes. All our Gloves, Hosiery, ville ntret'1. is shipping 50 car loads of coal from there will bo forced to ackuowledgo that it is Francis K. Willard and Lady Henry Corsets, Laces, Trimmings, Parasolls, Umbrellas, &c, are down to I.uirr. Lvcikn Youso delivered the dally to Chicago. The L. & N. is nleo one of the most charming of places to Somerset, and the object of the crusade decoration day address at the Fredericks shipping to that city largely from its spend the heated term. sell. If you buy from us Sio's worth of goods for cash you get one is to present to the rulers of all nations a b'ir battle-llelstock in IoniHville. Come and exLewis tells monster petition with 3,000,000 signa- of the finest crayon pictures of yourself ever made. Mr. Will C. Tnt'K Bluks Cakhom. Shanks has Kone on the road ' I would like to know the us thnt he and three other old men met tures, against tho liquor traflic, the opi-amine the work. Don't delay but come now. "Ciiaiu.ky, for a Philadelphia house Hnd Is now n n traflic nnd the social evil. secret why you can get such an enpy at Hustonville at tho recent primary bold drummer boy. shave and etyllah hair cut nt Wilkerson's election and on comparing notes it was Miw. Pattie Dkyk, MIfsch Sallio and A statue of Horace Greeley erectt d He found that each had always been a dem Kate Cook and Mabel Hrye, of Huston-vdl- barber shop?" "I qui tell von. by tho printi ra at New York was unveilbecomare vialtlnK Mrs. O. U. Cooper and ourvuil his apprenticeship 17 years ngo, ocrat, had voted every time since ed Wednesday. a ticket' ing of age and had never scratched nnd practice makes perfect." Mrs. K. 0. Walton. n They wero Isaac Gibson, aged S'J, who Miks Saihia Hay came over from N'KW ADVERTISEMENTS. Another man lias dropped in to tell us cast bis first vote for Andrew Jackson; to attend tho marriaRo of her that Mr. John W. Itout is mistaken. Mr. James Walker, 87, who also voted first friend, Mlnfl Lizzie Withers. My S3. 50, $4, S4.50, S5, S5.50, S6 and $9 Leather Bottom, Rocker W. 0. Lewis eayH he was married tho for Jackson; W. 0. Lewip, 74, whose F. Owkns went to Mb. ami Mita. Ki. Leather cover spring edge coucher, Parlor Suits. last time in ISO! and he knows as well as first vote for president wbh for Polk nnd Cincinnati yesterday to lay In supplies ho knows anything that tho big snow of 70, first voted forPierro. Samuel Duncan, f jr their Cumberland F1Ih Hotel. that yeRr fell April 21. The preponderTiiomabC. Hall, tho Itowland mer- ance of evidence is against Mr. Itout very The combined ages of this big nnd worthy four are :V.'0 years. May they live to chant, has been ill for h week or po with decidedly. make it 100 and continue in tho faith. neuralgia o' the optic rheumatlum and I have the most complete line of Suites ever handled in Tiik decoration exorcises nt Danvile nerve. Solid oak suites from S15 to $60. Walnut and natural Stanford. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. (1a it. W. H. Kihiiy Ih laying off on Wednesday were largely attended and cherry, book cases, hall trees, center tables, combination desks, sideaccount of nickiicra and Conductor Nick iiulto Impressive. Flowers were strewn Col. Robert G. Ingerfloll saya in an Notice of Dissolution of Copartnership. boards, dining chairs, window shades, curtain poles, mattresses and lUgland is runnloK tho "Jerk Water" in great abundance where lie interview that a woman should have a springs, pictures. I am headquarters. The bottom has raveled out Under the sod and dew, on the K. C. divorce for the asking. Waiting the judgment day, By mutual consent the partner- of prices. Picture frames made to order On Wardrobes you can Mil. AM) Mna. G. It. Cooibk celebrated Mr. F. K. Tribble has received an Under the ono the Blue, count 25 or 35 per cent off of past prices. Large French Plate Mirthe Pith annlveraary of their marriage And under the other the Gray. invitation to the marriage of Miss Kate ship heretofore existing between rors so cheap that I will only sell one to a customer. My prices are yesterday by an elegant dinner nt which Hon. W. H. Miller delivered n beauti- Baker, formerly of Boyle, but now of A. C. Sine and J. N. Menefee will no secret but they pay the freight. were a number of their relatives. ful nnd touching oration in behalf of the Abilene, Texas, to Mr. H. J. Donnell, be dissolved on the first day of JuMipskh Amanda and Victoiiia IIisiiop Confederates, while Capt. Win. Herndon also of Abilene, Jnuo 7th. Miss Baker havo returned from Christian Collego, told in feeling terms of the valor and is an old Bweetheart of Mr. Tribble and ly, 1S94. by MieM patriotism of the Federals. Tho ming the nowB was very painful to him. Huston vllle, accompanied Accounts due the firm and notes Allro Surber, who will be their guest. J. I. Bfiggs, of tho State of WashS that are past due and not paid by ling together in brotherly love of the old Mm T. F. Clahiiy, of Hopkinsville, soldiers of both hides of the civil strife ington, was married Sunday to Mita spent several days here, drawn thither shows that with lhoo who fought the Colin Keys in Calloway county, Ky. that time will be placed in the by a pair of brown eyes, which seemed Initios tho war is over even if the bloody They had never met till last Saturday, hands of an attorney for collection. to look love to even which spako again. their courtship having been by letters. In order to dispose of our stock shirt Haunters insist that it is not. ami little Miis. Tiiomah H.Fai-ndkiiThe bride is n daughter of tho populist on hand we will make special low il dauuhter, of IMiisville, joined her candidate for Congress in tho First DisWiu.iam VnAN, tin prices during the month of June. hero yesterday. They will go to tramp, who is making his way to Mon- trict. Iioubo vacated by G, We desire to thank the public housekeeping in the Mr. Daugherty Whito Mahnn, oldRead the following prices and profit thereby. Prices arc what peoterey, Mexico, from London, Kugland, L. Penny. here Tues- est boh of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I). Mahan, for their very liberal patronage ple want and not without scrip or purse, whs Mips Anns Siiankb left yesterday day and secured evidence from tho cir- and Miss Lula I). Slaughter, daughter of during the time we have been in morning for a short vUlt to Mrs. T. A. cuit and county clerks that ho had been Mr. Bnd Mrs. James A. Slaughter, were business. Respectfully, Itico In Louisville and to Mr. and Mrs. here. He Ih a hnndsome nud intelligent married at tho baptist church Inst night o W. K. Kills, who aru nt their former SINK & fellow and if lie makes his jaunt in n at I) o'clock, in tho presence of an home nt Glasgow. that tilled tho building to overflow-inspecified time will bo J10 000 the better Miih. M. A. Si.noi.kton, of Crnb Orchard, and extended to the outer edge of Ho worked his way across tho olL Bring your cash with you, as these prices are for cash only. All ! and Mrs. laureganl Stuart Alexander, ocean as n stoker and since reaching this tho broad sidewalk. Advocate. competitors will say we are foolish for selling new and seasonable of Now Liberty, wore in to seo us Tues Twenty yenrs ago in Western Keni.n.t li.. l.iu vt.1il.iti Clidtilr'a rnnri) At our Fruit Farms and Nureties one mile Weit day. Mrs. Alexander took U.e train o n tucky a young man named Ferrell fell in of KmKville, Lincoln county. We have at fino a goods at such prices, but we want the goods to move and know d any roan over ,,,. , viBit friends in Danville. girl, and nock 01 Fruit Tree as ntu orchard and handled, d nmvj,ini7 , love with a pretty garden Icr .... cars, lie was they engaged to marry. The day was readyFall. tramplanting Apples and Peaches will of OiiAiu.iK Holmkb was ns fortunate nti "... this Orchard must not ride on he. at $10 per hundred. be asiorted to suit Danville on decoration day as some of thuV.'.ntro of n curious crowd while here. set, but when it arrived the pretty girl, The trees nte nice, customers the belt. Everythe varieties Lancasthing needed to inalo home attractive and tne tho other Stanford boys wero at The St. Asaph entertained him at din- without notice, jilted her afliancod Bnd children happy will bo found here. For circulars ter. Ho won tho prir.o for running jump ner and he left nfterwarda by pike for married n man named Lockhart. The address J. A. McKKE & CO., Ky. ioc ioc Ginghams 24c Zephyr Gingham Kincsville, 64 and tho potato race. tho 30 yard race 18c He bujs ho is rarely refused latter died a year ago, and Ferrell who Zephyr Ginghams 20c Zephyr Ginghams 15c Somerset. 25c Misses Ktiia VanAupdkll, Amandn food and shelter. hnd never inarried, after waiting tho conAll wool Serge and Henrietta, black and colors, at Z7liC, sold evBiahon and Helen Taylor, of Huston- ventional time, renewed bis protestaTiik musical and literary entertain- tions of affection, and the day for the vllle, were hero Wednesday having inerywhere at 50c. All wool Novelty Goods at 37 y$c, usual price 50c. vitations printed for a reception to bo ment given by Miss Georgia Lewis' marriage was boI Bgain. Tho bride preWorst Challies, dark grounds, 19c. All Novelty Dress Patterns less close of her pared for it, but tho day came and no A Riven by tho junior class of Christian school nt Mt. Xenia at tho than cost to import fourth term was a highly cteditableone, Rroom with it. Whether or not it was Collego on the evening of Juno Gth. Notice HAYS HEJ.HH, PlHs. from the Wichita, Kansas, and was enjoyed by a house full of peo his intention, it ia even Stephen now and JOHNS Against ol Judoinci If you need a Black Dress you should see our stock and prices. We S.,Defts..t Sale. Mirror, Mrs. Julia F.Dunn is kept ex- ple many of them from Stanford and the widow all forlorn is waiting for an- IOIIN S. 1IAVS other houces Pursuant to a judgment and order ol sale here- want you to compare these prices with those made by ceedingly busy. Sho has n class of music Danville. The Lucien M. Lewis acquit- other man. February term, 1804,0! this court, the bIio Ib to rIvo n pub-H- e ted himself handsomely in the opening and judge for yourself. resi- in at the of nearlr 50 pupils, At 12:30 Wednesday, at the underlined Commissioner will, on recital on tho Gth and on the 12th will nddreea in which ho referred to tho ma- dence of her brother Mr. O. O. Withers, This sale will commence Monday, May 2S, and close Saturday, Nth, 1894, Monday. with n number of her pupils givo a re- ny distinguished men of all professions whbro an elegant lunch was served, Miss day ot the June terra of the Lincoln June 2d. Come next week and get a dress at about $ less than you cital for tho benefit of tho 18th Street who got the first rudiments of knowl- Lizzie Withers nnd Mr. G. M. bmith, of The firstCourt, before the door in the County edge in tho historic old school house. Corbin, wero joined in wedlock's holy town of Stanlord, Ky.. sell at public outcry to the pay elsewhere. Presbyterian church. bidder the. lollowing described The recitations, dialogues and tableaux bonds by ltov. John Bell Gibron in his highest and best A aluab'e Farm in Lincoln property, uncontaining Cin AND VICINITY. w'ere exceedingly well given, the little most impreEsivo manner. Mies budie county, outer of thisby a recent survey mada court, der tne W. B. McRob- - ones showing how carefully and pntlent-ly'-he- y Smith iind Lognn Hughes, MIbs Jennie Smoke Dix cigars. had been drilled. Several little Withers and Crit Eubanks were tho at 254 Acres and 1 Rood of Land, orts. RirAi aro worthy of especial mention and tendants nnd they accompanied the A. R. Pknnv'b Is tho placo to buy jow i miles Hustonvllle turnpike road, much praise but we were unable to get couplo to Four Seasons Hotel, HarrogntOf Lying about Stanford & from the town of Stanford, Ky .oe the . elry. names at tho time. The tableau Tenn., where they spent a few days. ana bounded North and West by the land of their lUjsanJ Allie G. Far,!,; slightly warmer by Friday of the Court of Civilization presented a Tho brido iB n handsome blonde of win- Siouth Reld, W. W. by the lands ol Wm Beck "Faib, and Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. the number of handsome young ladies, whoso ning manners and is a very excellent and others and East by but lands of Adam Pence night. lor a mors particular My stock is sure and Ssmuel lUughman, to please you in benuty was enhanced by the red lights. young lauy, while the groom is said to description ot saiu Farm by metes and bounds, the recent survey, by which It will be conveyed to Sub the now jewelry and watches at The little comedy of the Lost Child was be n gentleman of good business qualifi the purchaser, is referred to. 1 hi ana lies well well watered. Penny's. He can't bo undersold. quite amusing, Miss Pearl White, who cation nnd industry. They will liyo nt for cultivation and islog house of 6 or Has upon it 3 rooms, una a took the leading character doing espec- Corbin, where. Mr. Smith will open a der which there is a dry cellar at all times. For hair cut.shavo Ik you wautn stock purposes to good ponds, a larjre and go to Cook ially well and proving herself a fine lit- drug Btnre. Tho union will doubtless barn. A productive I arm and pleasant or shampoo and hair aingo, environments. tle actress. Tho Cook brothers, of Dan- prove a happy one and that it may we in all ol its neighborhood as a whole for tho pur A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Var& Farmer. The Farm will bo sold ville, furnished tho music and took join many frlendB in wlstung. pose ol division of the proceeds ot sale amongst nishes, &c. the hens of John S. Hays, deed. Elkoant imported after dinner cofleo part in several acts and added much to Terras of Sale: Credit of 6 and li months, in beDOJNTX The largest pearl fishery in tho world euual installments. Itond with approved personal cups in the newest dealgnB are now the performance. Miss Lewis deserves oi year diverB security, bearing 6 per cent interest from dayand ing shown by Danks, the Jeweler. hearty congratulations on the complete tain Pnllfornla Bar. Last sale, having the force and effect ol a judgment Before Spring Cleaning. Bhells, and one payable to the Commissioner, and for further and succeps of tho entertainment as well as found nearly 500 tons of lien retained on OuRRrent ealo of Bample shoes waa found weighing 10 carata VARnES) Ono more lot for her marfced ability in teaching the blue pearl Blippors is still going on. Mister Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. and sold for $ 10,000. to shoot. & young idea how uat received. B. F. Jones Son. E. C. Walton, business Mahagcr You will ilnd the best etock and est prices nt A. It. IVnny'B. Itev. W. M. Hrooks. of Lexington will preRch at Mt. Xenia Saturday night Tiik Stanford ball club will piny the There nro about 1,700,000 Christians Lancaster team on the hitter's grounds in India, out of a population of L'uO.OOO,-00- 0. Momlnv nftornoon. Tho Christians are nio&tiv Roman CUT After Din . GLASS I Cups and Saucers, Water Mottles, Olive Dishes, Salad 13ovls, etc., in new and elegant designs. We have also a fine selection of imported w : - BANKS', The : Jeweler YOU : Any One Can, CAN m n, 1 Style, Quality and Price. Cas-sime- re m d, d. u e, HUGHES & TATE. lx-liiKto- Don't Fail to See Bed-room Baby Carriages, $5 to $20, W. W. WITHERS. h Iiub-liin- OPEN YIM EYES inter-Nation- audi-enc- MENEFEE. g CHIN : MUSIC. Fruit Trees For Sale ..,...' ... ..,. blue-ove- These Priees Will Do It. j4c Commissioner's Sal Valuable Farm. June court-hous- e to-w-lt: SEVERANCE & SON. : For-tu- WALL PAPER South-We- st iii weather-board- ed tlrat-claB- DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. KA1TS YOUR REPAIRING coma-odi- ous A. H. PINNY, Druggist. v ) (o Semi-Weekly Interior Jourp AT Publtshod Every Tuesday and Friday iV2 K-Wh- Pinit YKAR not so paid IN- ..VJO will he charged.- - - 32. 60 K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. Vriia na-p- s ilowund at 7:00 a. ra., returning "l.'&n. local time card. IXail train going Notch (Express train 5cal " " " South South ,!37pm ..t Jj pta it 51 pin ..3 Freight North .9360 . jo;i ra ' South. The latter train also carry passengers Ths above it calculated on standard time Soltr ime it about 10 minutet faster. QUEEN & CRESCEHT ROUTE. Gotnr North trains Junction City as follows: Hlue-GrVestibule starts 6 a m. Vesm, Florida tibule Limited-- .p. m Local Clouted 3:13. t in junih-- N O. Vestibule d iS p. m. Florida ss nam ps t.ip Claitedia.ua m Vestibule arrives Local S 40 p m. 1153 p. ra. Uhte-Gra- ss I, Pompey shook his bend, overpowered either by the question or tho remarkablo language in which it was eonched. "Sho. now, chile, am it iiossiblo vo don t pr.ju-atdat simple notion?" o.- claimed the wio one, liftiug bis hands in apparent amazement. "W'v. it's jess like dis. A 'gifted boss is ono dat's got Sassxi tie agts 'rower?, powera ob I'arin, powers ob kick- was troubled with an attack Hi OV ARl. ritetimatistti. I used ChattibvrUlsi'i I'jla Halm in, jHiwers ob conductin hisse'f gen'lly. ami was completely cured. I kv stac advised . Still limit. An don'yo' see. chile, dat when folksstops raaay of my itiends and customers to try the remNervous Wife I hoar a burglar. edy ami all sptaV highly of It. Simoa (toldbaum, Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. up to dat kind ob a boss an makes as if Sn l.ais Key, Ckl. For eale by Dr. S. O. HackNervous Husband Woo! I'll crawl er, Diisgctst. Stanlsrd. am just hsrk Irom the ities with a large and dey iorsumpted to look in hit) mouf w'y, ffisolofely veil selected slk of Ml LI ISKHV. - h. h w.lt tiat noss no jess naclielly excises ob his under tho bed and see if ho is there. sell cheaper than ever Uiss Headquarters lor almost anything perior tiimmer Irons Cincinnati,Laura Jsti.y, a powers, an ltnnfsafe obcourso itainV' N. Y. Weekly. hsseajaed with me and I can (usrrntec satisfaction in every . "Yo' sutt'nly is a mons'ous easy exAl.ltKAIiV llllMIKi:-Call aad see my trends. A cream of tarter baking pow- pounder." said PomiHy, with gratifying you want. When you wantja MLSSLICCIE IIEAZI.KV, WTsets Baby w ck, w jftv iter OaMort. der. Highest of all in leavening astonishment freely displayed in hiiobo- I Stsaferd, Ky 3 When h!i ClitM. V erted far OMtortt, h strength. United States ny countenance. meal for 25c, call on him. "Oh, jess middlin," said Undo Eli, When mt lieentrw H1. rim etarn; w CnaMHv Government Food Report. waving off further commendation with When ah Itnd Ck4Mrii, ehe ge v thR CnstsKU. SOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., his right hand, in which ho hud grasped the saw preparatory to beginning work 106 Wall Street, New York. again, "jess middlm easy, dat's all. Any 3 Z simple ques'ion like dat ob course I can Buciln'uArnlca Salvo. t l Stanford, Ky. 11 declnrify right off, but dey Is qncs'ions 1 he best salve In the workl tor cuts, btuisesi HOUSE sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chipdat would take mo a conserblo timo to F. B. RIJjEY.'iProprletor, ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupabjndicatecomplete." Youth's Compantion It positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to rise perfect sitnlacti' a London, - - - Kentucky. ion. or money retundej I'mo ic cents per btx, .1 hive moved to my new Hotel and am better Kersale br A. R. I'ennv, SUnlord. Kv. A 1'ut Up Job. prepired than erer to accommodate the public BTTGCTSr "Girls," ho said dejectedly as ho sat Good Livery attached and every convenience kSSSs- Give me a call. with his head resting on his hand, "girls Ladies, Your Attention, Please. All kinds nf Carrlase and llusey Tops, Dashes FRANK RILKY. 77 make mo weary." Lady of the House I am a poor, and renuers My Stock "What's tho matter now?" inquired his lone widow, sir; and Millinery A. S. IJttMasr for a. ...... flagged Haggard I'd like to accom- It bei t rapidlv opened and it embraces rsery REPAIRED AND RECOVERED mother. SURGEON DENTIST have engaged Miss "Well," ho went on spasmodically, "I modate you, ma'am; but I am ulready thing pretty an stylish, s stjle and at Satisfactory Prices Refreshing Bath. Hot or Cold, Julia Mitt, of Cincinnati, to trim for me S te is a In went to seo that Linwood girl last night; betrothed. l'nck. GtScnover McRobsrts Drug Store in the i lady of much experience and taste and Is sure to DeNARDI, JOHN Csrstey Kuilding. she's been holding mo off for a month; itjli h Hair Turn or Cls.u Rue satisfaction. An examination of coxta is Canute i'aiutc r and 1 nr mer. go to Stanford. I (.Ol RTs. MRS l'OKIK to StaU J Ky wanted me to pop, I'm suro; kept hintfc Fiirmor'B Bnrbor Shop. Cook ing every night I went there that I was VITAL TO MANHOOD. staying too late, but I never took tho hint; girls have a wny of shying at a EllAIM . Ymt& &&? chap in that style; they read about it in the papers; last uiaht I mado nn I am now read to dellsei tranufactuied lie I W. GREEN. Proprietor Factory Irtm iny mind to nail her to tho mast; everytheStanfor at the rate locustcners rcctilarlv momlnj: ef FIFTY CKMS : : : Kentucky. Da. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BIUIN TREAT talked right alone for I don't know PER HUNDKKD POUND l.OKSand over.and 75c W two ?,r threo at 10 In smaller lot". E. UHEMHH, Stafford. Drug-StorThe Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your yarned I an still running never let Up; finallv I got jUerjhoI or tobneep. Wakefulness, Mental Depression! times, this llnirl and will continue tr yive ray gois the SSKS'nli't'SS' lilst Kt w the place to xnako S Where l tun as well as the best the msrkct afturds. alien ??3e,I5r1"ler',c'x'I'?po,,!ncr.Le'D"!anndai the break, and was jnst on tho point of asking her when the clock began to pecial Attention to tho Travel biriKe5 couaieu up io rj and natl no At the well. known old stand ol J. II. Greeu, in A"' ""J " 6fc7rM.bVmaii. vm, ing Public. tJvlUaend written euaranteo to refund Knnt'mirsrt idea it Was SO late: clock kent on strilc- - - Kentucky. School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, r n.n you vrsat Hustonvillo, ti rShl'.'Ay. WEST'S LIVER PILLS W nn.1 I anA UA turnout come to any of Liquors for Medical Purposes. ;CurosHick IIeaIche, Ulllousne, Liver Hat just receistd a beautiful line of stop for it; it didn't stop, thongh; girl QUAlIASTa'iSod V STA1ILE. began to snigger; clock kept right on; SBr.ggies.I&c. Prices to suit the hard times. Call or leave o.der then I began to get warm; when tho old Surreys, Phaetons, A. R.PENNY, Ky. clock had struck G7, at the Myers House Office it laid down and Call and see his stock and cet his prices which Call and see us. are lower than anybodys. 11 you want a nice set quit; then beforo I had a chance to get of harness, a whip or a duster .IK VOU ARE GOING., my second wind the old man sung out NATIONAL BANK 3DR--. G. from the head of the stairs, 'Say, Lizzie, JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. or OF STANFORD. KY. if that fellow is gointr to remain much ..THE., longer after the clock has struck 07 he : GO TO Capital Stock won't get homo till some time next week, Surplus will he?' and I got up and left. Now, 2 feed stash, what do you think of that, mother?" and Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford the mother got the camphor bottle and Special Hates to Commercial Men. Under the provisions of the National Hank Act gavo it to her boy. Detroit Free Press. depositors are secured not only by Ihs capital STANFORD, For Your itock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an Loukvillc Nashvilii R. R. amount equal to the stock, .a th.i ..,...,.. . Kxppnsr. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but this Institution sr secured by a fund of JWooo. turnout will leave our stable. See us His hair rippled away from his brow, live iworn statements of thecondllion the bank In our are made each yearto the Uulted States' governJs the line for you, as its and the true poetic firo shone in his eyes, lor rates. ment and itaasacts are ...mined at stated times HARNESS SHOP although he was as yet head salesman in by government agents, thus secunug addititoaa snd perfect ssfety in depositors. a shoo store. You will find a ood assortment of Harness, Make close connections at This originally established repairing done Saddles, Ac. Have "Sir," he exclaimed dramatically, our mau he understands sour business. We haveby Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Deposit institution, Stanford In itsl, then as Ihs Hank of a his LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI "dear as your daughter is to mo now, I mechanic in our tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iMs and (ain Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. For all points. First National Hank feel that she will be yet dearer." btanlord in iSej, has had practically an uninter-ol BLACKSMITH SHOP. THVOUGH TICKETS SOLD. rupted existence of si years It is better supplied The old man gazed upon his UAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH now with facilities f.r transacting business prompt Will cuiraMcctmt. class work and satisfactory in pity. For any information ejquire of ly and liberally than ever before in its long and iv our nurse snoer prices "My boy," he rejoined, "I should hashonorable career A counts of corporations fiduJOES. RICE. Agent, Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft Or Stanford, Ky ciaries. Grins and Individuals respectfully solic ten to cackle. You just wait till hor machine on earth. W. A. McQUOW.V, Trav. Pass. Agent, t-.. txiw trousseau is worn out. Dear? Well, The Directoty ol this Hank is composed C Junction C ty, Ky rtforrin tor Easily I)lioeiI Of. Undo EH Johnson, who was tho oldest colored resident, of a Now England town, possessed what ho himself called "powers ob expoundin." Tlieso powers were exercised on nil occasions and in many different ways and had broucht their owner no small degreo of local celebrity. "Wat does folks mean when dey speaks ob 'lookin n gif boss in do niouf,' Uncle Eli?"' asked Pompey Leono ono day as ho stopped at tho old man's woodshed for a little chat. "Wat does dey mean?" queried Undo Eli, who usually "toinporized" u littlo before making his wise replies. "Yns'-'h,returned Tompey. "I often hoard folks say as if it wa'n'tsnfotolook a gif boss in de mouf." "Well, ob course it ain', chile; ob course it nin" said Undo EH. whoso mind was in a condition to work rapidly after the short respite afforded by 's reiteration. "Yo' see, Pomp, dnt 'gif is jesa a condection, so to speak, ob 'giftfd,' an when folks speaks ob n 'gifted' Ikks w'at does yo' intorlocate doy's " j J HUBBLE. Two Lives Savod. Mr Phorbe Thomas, of Tunclion City, 111., wat told br hrr doctors she ha consumption and tha then was no hope for liel.tnu two bottles of Ir Kins s New Discovery completely cured her and sho s.i) ltsaed her life Mr 1 hos. Kgpcrs, tv) Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dread fill cold, appnuchinc consumption, tried ithotit result everything eltu then bought one bottle ol Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured, lie Is naturally thanklul. It is suci re nulls, of which there are samples, tint piovo the wonderful cTicacy of this medicine In coughs and rolds Free trial bottles nt A U l'enny's Drng store Kegular sue joe and $1 Weara authoritsd to announce Pom-poy- ijrmi Bafci17g9 L'-at- o I Our town has a luuv stock of goods AS. H. McCREAKY opened up in it again. Always on hand Two doors stove A candidate for Representative In Conerets. suh. joet to the action ol tho Democratic party of the A Sunday-schoo- l has been orcanized Kighth Congressional District ol Kentucky, Tho Nohic3t and Nicest Goods? Ht Hright'fl school house, with Grit Can be had In the market superintendent, to be held tach Prices lower than the G. . SMILEY lowest Mot.tnlne Roods a si 'laity. Call and Sunday afternoon. esitmine befi"e biiylne Is a candidate lor Juilicn ol the I'eace in the MAHY DAVIS DUDDKRAK. J. A. Hammonds wishes to exprrs's nrcclnct. subicit to the srii.m thn Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Duddtiar, Manager. democritic Hirly. his thankH to those who hauled his newCOMMKkClAI. 1ILOCK stock of goods out free of charge and alEUctrlo Ulttors. so many others who ollered their teams I.. R. ADAMS, This remedy is becoming so well known Mot's Vertical Fed S.rvinj and hands if needed. tn need no special mention. All who la a candidate for Justice of the Peace In the popular its have used hlectric Hitters sing the same sour of precinct; subject to the action of the demJ. J. Widker sold a line, fat cow to praise A purer mc'lt-ln- r l s nnt rsitt aad It is ocratic party. Are lh h.1 htcauH! 'hey run lighter an I on do Russell, of D.tnville, at 3c and some guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Kleclrlc a greater .jriety sf work than auy other sewiliK ilitiers ill cure all diseases of the l.lverand Kidmachine. The bunba weighing nbout "0 pounds nt Jr. neys, will remote IMmples, Moils, Salt Ithcum and nrTvctrans caiied by impure blood; W. D. Snow sold him some butcher stun" other malaria from the system and ptutrnt will drive as Lincoln County Ladles to go in about a month Ht 3c. A num- well a cure all malarial fevers I'orcHrool Head Are cof ' ally mvltml tu call at the M Asaph ache, Constipation and tndieslien, tiy Klecirk ber of farmers have been arranging to IIHteis. Kntire satialac lion (iiarauteeil or money Hotel an esamlne the machine, as wall as sun pies of it. oik. McMUKRAV IIRDn, l'rlie soc ship their lambe thetiistlvbH, as tlicy are rcluaded. drug siiho. and 5i pr battle at A .R Stsntord, Ky l'enny's expected to be dull auln. It is to b I have little grand htldien who are teethto hoped that our friend, 1). X. Prcwitt, ing tbik hot autrnnir weather and ate troubled complaint. I aive with W. B. will have a chime to get some money Colic,bowel lera Jint Uiaerhnea thesa Chambeilala's Ch Reasedr and it act out of them thia swsw and will ship all lite a charm I ear. wily ecosasneDsl It fut chilbowel trouhlts. I was mvself taaesi dren in this eoiiiiiiiinitv. The hay company with a ith nesete a tack of bloody flus with eraasfs IN- Off 5uthSiU Main St., In office recently and pains in my sl mach cae third of a Inttle ' f here lifts sold to J. A tt .1. It. Robiutoii, this r med cured sue Wlihm vacs' J by Dr. I.ee F. HtiHisiaa, Slaulnril, Ky it hours I was out Middit'fetHiro, R lot Ht 50c ptr liuudrwi it bed an t uoiug my house work. Mrs. W. L. of Itimtjii : on carat Lancaster. John Twmy, the sale by Dr.lion Oaqia, litctnssa Co. I'enn. l'"or Hocker, lruKarast, ?. iKrd. mule man, bought soino nmlts here last "M.mv 01 ine ol falnstllle, week at SoO to $. for medium mart' never without a ctilitra o4 Cftamberiajn's lad, are Dialers 'n bottle Conga llesaesly la the haute," says lacob wvwra, the colls, to bo deliverad Otitobcr 1st O. 1". leadi k merchant of the place. 1 his Iteracsly ha llright has Ins lambH sold nt l per head. proven of much l lor enlda, cronp and wlioopinc cough in childresi, that few moth t is wko Mis. Jolin Lewis Yakey has u turkiy knao its woitn are W'lllor to b without it Pot sale b) Dr.S. ('.. Ilucker, llrxgft.t, Sunrott. hen that has hud oS egus this SfMoou. Kv. I'ost-Olllc- e. Ku-baule Hon. J ( - Mm 1 of '. R. Zimmep, DH-M-C- 1 1R. PENNY 1 1 Fancy ;-- Groceries, Higgins & Watts, Foreign and Do- All of Coal, ls i 1 ) mestic Fruits, Stanford, . Hospootfally Invitod. I I tt-llcul- Pure cst J .Wirv. first-clas- s t R ZIMMER. TOPS. Hi . 1 b THE RILEY WS&ifiX'M -J 1 .A- V..V se PRICE, of 1 1 First-clas- h., ICE, ICE. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. e The Myers House, i'&ssHsss'SS!t o'SASta?? Ccn-plaUit Stanford, TvflTl ffiXtg2fi. tfiSitt Ml-l- D. S. CAHFENTEH,, Drugs, School Supplies, S. nvl nnt-cla- Stanford, The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOCEER, The Druggist. LIVERY NORTH WEST. FIRST YEAGER & YEAGER, vmi first-clas- m nmm t--Y. W. H. HIGGINS, S200.000 ,300 1 s "Double Dally Trains Uri-dle- s, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cotton Hose, Rubber Hose, son-in-ln- w 1 rather." John H. Castleman. A. G. Lanbatn ROYAL nsurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. B ARBEE & CASTLEM AiN MANAGERS, Tho youth stood transfixed in a nosis of horror. Detroit Tribune. hyp- Ilntlier Iiulsoral. Gus de Smith was quite lato in arriving nt a soireo given recently by a prominent Harlem lady. "When he arrived, ho immediately sought her presence, and having found her said: "I beg a thousand pardons for coming so rrr m3v&ttmnEtei rr-7'F'- CRAB ORCHARD r ajrr..Vi-- c$, SwoV m je& V -.- w.-.1: 5 swusaoaal r VIYJIF' UL.UJJJlfIIJULl-G.- l w aWTI yjr rrrz H aaaB rMaaaiaaw W. H. HIGGINS. Z NS2FJ.JI h i i" elt" LllMLVlytlL'r What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of SI SE&SOKr'oF 189 Crob : Commerce Building, Louisville A(ott throughout the South. To tho Public Since its discovery by Daniel "My dear sir," replied the lady, "you liooue nearly a century nr more ago the locslity can never come too laro." ot Crab Orchard springs has Uen thn Mecca of Gus thinks this is n hint to stay away health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing surwaters, oronlc atmosphere and altogether. Texas Siftings. roundings, it at once affords to the enervated and home-lik- o late." Orcl.it-d.- , I,y. McKinney & Hoeker, Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too Korestus Resd, Lincoln county; K. T. Harris. L.nroln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. HaydM, Stanford; S.H. Ilaughmaa, Lincoln,-JS. Mocker. Stanford; W. A. Trllrisfe, Stsnfurdi il. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Ilill.Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Mi. Vernon J.s Docker, President; John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; A A McKinney. Assistant Cashier. .' . W, A. TSIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. Sssssssss S S Swift's Specific blank virr-o.tion is given to the cuisine. Terms moderate. "I spoke of it as 'blank verso, sir," re- further information, From $8 toi5 per week, lor apply to plied the editor, handing tho manuscript UUs llUrMAi, I'ror. '9 Crab Orchard, Ky. back, "to save your feelings. It wasn't the word I really had in my mind." Chicago Tribuue. llnrtl. Professor Stone To the geologist a thousand years or so are not counted aa any time at all. Man In tho Audience Great Scott I And to think I made a temporary loan of $10 to a man who holds such views! Indianapolis Journal. Anfel. Bilson Jimson seema to be devoted to his wife. Timson No wonder. She is the most angelic creature I over saw. Why, I believe sho could even keep a girl. New York Weekly. Too Hweut, A Winkles The vicinity abound with scenes to charm the At Liberty to Fill tliu lllarik. Painter and inspire tne Poet, Sylvan walks for tho "But this is rhyme, sir," said the long t.ovcr, embowered Drtes for the weary. Howling, haired caller in astonishment, "and not Milliard and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, and Hunting for the sportsmen. Kspccial atten- dol ilitated a Hope and a Sanitarium. CALL OIsT For almost any thing you may want. TIKIEJIiVL" Goods Cheaper than Ever. farmers Rank&Trnsl ok'staniord,:ky Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co McKINNEY & HOOKER. 17 Is now fully orgauiied and ready lor business with - - $200,000. 20000. Linnietta Park Springs Junction City Post-Offic- e, I? 109 between . f s SA O t Blood and Skin BOYLE COUNTY, KY. Diseasis SA O SEelnc reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poiaon, Inherited Scro- fula and Skin Cancer. A" tonic for delicate Women and Children it baa no equal. purely vegetable, U harm- in it affects. treatise on Blood and. Skin Dla- mailed rnn on application. s O a jf G ft O W OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894 The Linnietta Spring Co. take pleasure In announcing to Its patrons and the public generally tbet thy - I'.ied this popular resort and hae placed the management iu charge of Capt. Thomas Hichards, whose proverbial politeness and attention insmss pleasure and comfort to Its guests. The culinary department will be under the spe cial charge of Mrs. Sallle Richards, whose qualifications are too well known in that capacity to need comment in this notice. WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN? It n.sns that th.Qu.tn nj Crs.rat Rent. I, It mll.i short. CiKlnr-nt- i and LciUiuu; tjmil.j stiorist Clnclnustl t .Omilr. .'.ii.rteit ( laclnnltl Orltuis; IMlullvti liurt.it Cincinnati to Chttttaaoc., AtUau, r JaeksonrUli, 1'Iorl la. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now dosing upl with the samt asstl and undai tne same management, ' By provisions of its chatter, depositors are a fully protected a am depositors in National Hanks, it shareholders beinr held n.liw,.l...llu ..lianleto the extent of the amount of their stock lht.pV, value h'80'. in dduion to th smount In such shares. Ii m. .. !Ut!0r dra'nif0'. trustee, Ac, as fully as To those who entrusted their buUlness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol .Ld " her? ""derour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt it t,wtny eaperience la and a accommodations as are with sound banking. " .n !'' att.a-hfntr.- coa-sitte- nt SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS t.twetn sll of the aW. polnU. Thron.h Car. t VlcksVnr. sn-- t Shrsr.-jr- t. Oalv Has ninnlne ibron.li cars Cinrunatl tv Knoi.ill. snt Aili.Tlll., .V ('. Irirrrt lln. t T.i.s ni Sltiko sis New tlrl.sn. nr sVout tours U C.UfjrnU. Kmm I.ouI.tiIU. vis Shrti. port. Ask Sh.ltijvlll. an I Laartne. liars, dlrl .onn.cU'a Is maJs at Lcsia.Wa with TsiUbulca Uilns u all pvlata SvuUi. W.O. RIHBAKSO.V, Oso'l Tus'r Aicat, CiacUutl, 0. J.J. anu S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owaley, Stanford; S CToas: Williams, Mt. Vernon; JtrvyoUts Bell It. Orawtr MUSIC. A good Band has been employed lor the season. special There will be dancing every evening and opening hop every Friday evening. The grand ball rrldsy evening, June 15. LINNIETTA SPRINGS CO., Props., Thomas RiChadi, Manager. as-- J. Embry, Stanford; J. U. Owsley, Stanford; J. V.; Cash, Stanford; Issssssss; swift srtum; uu., AtlMta, fla. ' Mamma Did you have a pleasant time over at Lottie's? June Yea, just lovely. She waa away from home. Chicago Inter Ocean. lJj QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. v William Gooch, Stanford; A. W.;Carpenler,MtlledgevilU, Ky W. H. Cummins, Prtachersvills S, H.:Shsnls, President, Dr.:j.B. Owsley,CashIr, W.M. Ililght.Tellir. Ui m 'i .aU i.S, m .."". - - t. V . il ,""L I "V " ,(iw..J ITTT! jjAas