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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895041201 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 1895 $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. W "" f . vttr Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. WILLlAMSBUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Is Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 12. 1895. KIDD'S STORE. MIbs V NO. 13 - r- - 1 ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Extend Ohauucov Depow tlioBVinpa- Great interest is ovinced in tho MacFranklin, I ml. thy of Ills many Frye'a Creek admirers cabeo lodge hero W. II. Thompson, of Ktat Bernstadt, in the Hnub his vanity got coutest. at Connelley KENTUCKY, Tho next subject to bo debated at of Bcarlel bought of K. It. Eoll tho property re- SprinuH, N. 0 . a few days ago. Chsun There are several cues is Grant vs. Lee. the Institute fever hI tho Proctor mines nml there cently vacated by John Pearl. Ho will cy can console himaolf that n string of You hear lees nbout bard times hero begin at onco improving tho property miipelu flhell pearls whs cast before an havo boon several deaths. than in any town in Kentucky, appreciative (") audience. bltcrilf Burnett took A. l Kowo to and will move to it in tho f.tll. -- Wantkd.-A brick molder. Ant.lv " It Is said that tho coal operator nnd ho penitentiary Sunday night. Howo The political bees aro buzzing bo at onco to Mt. Vernon Lime Co. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing minerH will have a meeting on tho Kith deafeningly about the bonnets of many yeura for bigamy. goes for seven Our now merchant says thie is tho done in first class style. Wu had a considerable ruin anil hall of this month to dec! lo about tliu prices pensioners nnd pitrints of this End that best market for eggs he has ever seen. atorm Sunday and tho wind blew a part ol mining for tho next year. It is hoped a season of free refreshments and open The mufiical club ia nn paring an en- ' that they will settle without a strike. toll gates is assured, tiniest an anodyne te rtninment to be of tho roof from tho dwelling " given at the courtMarried -- Apill Ith, at 0:150 o'clock is promptly administered to a few acores N J. Gross. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic house soon. (JhriHtlan Endeavor Societies at the residence of the bride's parents, of tho lam)4 that await tho slaughter. Tho Owing to the press of businees at tho Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work; will give a inlHalonary rally nt Congregn Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Smith, Mr. Fred 1'igg In a late issue you would lead us depot thia week, Mrs. Neabitt Bends reGXFERIERCED PEWTER. MR. II. HNLEY. tiounl church. Bev. J. L. McKeo, of to Miss Carrie Smith. They left on tho credulous to think five dollars await port instead of your regular reporter. 10 o'clock for Louisville, accom- tho correct gueaser of that young ladv Hichmond, will ho present. Give us a trial. The large attendance nt last mooting Has charge of our Painting Department. Miss Noll Froemau, who ha been panied by Mrs. W. A. Parsley, Bister of soon to be married, in Btnting that ho ia of the Aid Society waa moat encouraMr. tho groom. Hick forfiutno weoka, la improving entitled to that amount. How much ging. Tho next meeting will bo with Judge Vincont Boreing aud If. 0. hard work after guessing rightly will the Mra. H D. Hill, Judge II. K. Finloy and Dr. O.C. Williama. A. Gatlill were in Frankfort this week. Thompson returned from Knox county lucky one bo expected to do on tho rock The inspectors' trnln found Mr. JaB. Mibs Eva Edwards, of Jollico. spent Wednesday morning where they had pile or a fro turnpike? Maret, tho efficient agent of tho L. & N., Sunday with tho family of Mr. J. M. been to examine some coal property News of tho boom in cattle has fin- at hia post aa usual. Attending strictly to ON- to Mr. lioreing aud Mr. Ely. Mr. ally reached us and the Btir amongst Sullivan. Mr. Dudley Colo, of Virginia, the businees of tho company which he ia visiting Mr. II. 0. King. Mr. O. 0 Thompson reports tho coal four feet In buyers aud Boilers is like times of the represents. For IS years bo has occuMooro la building a now dwelling. Mr. thickness nnd of a very excellent qnal-It- y iujil generation. Dave Allen and Walk- pied this office, refusing promotion. for steam purposes. Samuel McKoen, of Indiana, president er Lyons got in last week with a nice Mrs. Georgo Werdeshold has been The republicans of Laurel held their mixed lot of Adair county Btock and very ill. of tho Kentucky Lumber Co , ia hero Mrs. Matt. Doborde is recovlooking after thd company's interests. convention at the court house Monday John Allen anil Clmrlio Bohon aro ex- ering from a serious illness. Miss Nancy Except Glassware, which is already to Rock IJottom. There Ia n no- railroad beiiJK talked to select delegates to the State conven- pected soon with enough to supply all Kennedy, accompanied by Master Cecil of now from Tort Uoyal, S. 0., to tho 0 tion which meets in Louisville in May. tho remaining greedy buyers. Williama, nro viaiting friends in Crnb 8. road somewhere in this county, Tho delegates wero instructed for Hon. Fishermen aro contributing prodi- Orchard. Misa Carrie Lair waa the guest and tho prospects aro that it will noon W. O Bradley for governor, Hon. W. It. gally to turnpike revenues, but deple- of Miss Mollie Baker this weok. Miss bo built, as everything floeim ripo for HnuiBey of this place, for Attorney Gention of Green ltiver is yet the bush- Kva Martin is attending school at the the work. It will pass through WU eral. Mr. IUmsey Is now Common-weath- 's whackers' work. Isn't It a pretty good Institute. Itnmsburg and give us a competing lino. Attorney for this district. jpko that two members of a grand jury -- Tho Biiburban home of Mr. M. P. IN VIEW OF Tho road will be 500 miles long, nuking joined a nocturnal seining puty during Newcomb is surrounded by everything NATURE? OF A LOCAL with tho Atlantic direct commotion their term of service ? But the jury Bye- - that makes life worth living. Ochards steamship lines, and making It one of the Tim county levy in Boylo waa lixed tefn is a "thini: of beauty," a joy forever of choicest fruit havo been carefully best roads in the South. at 11 cents for ordinary expenses and I! to the who knows how und olanted, grape arbora, strawberry beds, SB Prof. 0. 0. Olino completed hi for roads. Tho pill tux is f 1.50. has the bait to catch tho member of av- etc., all carefully tended, will yield a rich JULY i, 1895, we offer course of lectures on Iloniiniam hero Nine men and ono woman are to bo erage pliancy. return for the caro expended. The good night, l'rof. Cliuo purports to tried for their lives at tho present CirTuesday Mrs. Ben Dunn, who occupies an example could be profitably followed by bo trying to arouie the I'rotestant world cuit Court section at B.uhonrville. elevated rung of the colored 100'a social many of our people. to the dangers of Catholicism, but his Mis Nettie Smith, of Louisville, who ladder, entertained in her elegant stylo Editor Smith interviewed a numlectures are more of politics than roll is not only an expert stenographer and at a 'legible' recently. Nature's first law, Everything in our line, such as ber of our citizens on the graded school ignorant popu- typewriter, but it popular young lady an eye to the gion and we suppose tho prompted the question. Wo think the reply of i.Mr. lace who know no better will drink in aud a staunch democrat, haa been ap- spread, and after the feast the greater .las. I. White was 6no of the best answers what ho bavb and never make any invea pointed lo an oMoh by Collector It di, part of the night was spent in dancing. given. He said: "We need tho graded tiiMtion of thv facts. Tho tirade of nbusrt of the Eighth and will goto The social feature of tho race problem school in order to hnvo better men and bo is trying to heap on a peoplo many of Hichmond to till the position July was solved in a fraternal mingling of tho better women." Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, There is a whole whom aro aa holy a ho, can never in Abo and Tom Taylor, brothers of Japhetic and Come now and help yourself while have you Hametic descendants, conveyed in these words. Educa- Groceries of all kinds. er injure them. Win. Taylor, who was hanged at Itich- - which v. ou Id have been gratifying to the tion elevates the mind. By developing a large stock to ichct from. moud, Jan. 11 for tho murder of 'Squire father of navigation, Coincident with the higher faculties of the intellect the BRODHEAO, ROCKCASTLE COUNTYDoty, were sentenced to the penitentiatho festible, little George aud Crit Itille baser propensities aro kept in subjecMrs. W. II. Collyer has just pur- ry for breaking into Shelby Jett'a distil- discovered that some adventurous ex- tion. lery at Doyleaville. Abo was sentenced plorer became entangled in their buggy chased her Rprinu millinery goods. harness and unconsciously dragged both After the Pennsylvania Drummer With a little doll for three years apd Tom for ono year. Mr. A. E. Albright and his n Joseph A. Cohen, tho seta oil'. The solicitous will now underthis week. will ko to Sharp Stick. dealer in live Block, of Versailles, has stand why they were not in their accusTo the Editor of the Interior Journal. All the farmers of this neighborI notice an article Bigned "Drummer" hood aro nt work this week and nons Is announced his candidacy for tho Leuisla-tur- o tomed pews tho Sun Jay following 5 on a platform of free silver and free horses and vehicles plenty, but what on tho much talked ofturnpike question. ecarce. good without harness ? I was somewhat nmuBed nnd utterly dis Mr. David Harrison and Miss Salllo turnpikes and in favor of Senator Mr. Cohen used to The every yoar careleeanesa of na- gusted with the suggestions or arguOF SPRING CAPES. wore united In matrimony on Ballard last Thursday. Hsv. A. J. Pike oillcia. live in this county and ought to know tives in firing the knoba waa promptly ments (if such they can be called) in better than to try to Btand on such a celebrated iu destruction of fences, as favor of free turnpikes. In fact hiareas We certainly Have the finest collection ted. platform. usual, first good day of Spring. A breeze oning is conducive to my mind that tho Mr 8. F Jackson, of London, waa of Spring Capes ever offered in any inland of nbout tho speed of an express train of great bugbear of toll gates should be re in town last Monday. Ho was here "CHURCH AFFAIRS. town. For style, quality and make up, cars, when sun and winda have dried off tained to catch just such fellows as he. a horso that ho had fallen looking after we know of nothing superior. They range Bro. Tilford Messor will preach at all combustibles to tho condition of "dry He says ho has traveled from Maino to heir to. e Sunday afternoon as powder," is the signal for some asa to California and never saw a in price from Si to S12 and every Cape e until Mr. JameB HayB, of Crab Orchard, Cotroy'a touch off hia pilo of brush on plant bod be came down in poor old retrograded at the usual hour, catboughtsof John Brown, one yoke of good style and well made. You can not Elder George Darsio is coasting along nnd tho conflagration begins, possibly Kentucky. Doubtless in bia t tle, for which he paid 3 cents. Ha also afford to select your Spring Wraps withbought one jck of Albert Albright aud tho river Nile and writing interesting half a mile leeward. A smaller area has dreams, heiuiaginps a toll gato pole is be out examining ours. The prices, styles letters about It to tho Frankfort Capital. been plowed first of April, '05, than ia ing pulled down on him. It would be auotber of Tim Hamm. yoar tho Christian Endeavor on record iu the history of farming in exceedingly gracious in retrograded Ken List and make up will commend our Copes to Mrs. Martha Albright has gone to Within tho past two weeks tucky to make nice driving roads for tho Bee Lick to apend a week with relatives societies of tho Presbyterian church in Kentucky. the most fastidious. Don't forget while . and friends. Mr. 13 King, of Gum Sul- United States give to missions J31,;597.-70- the rush has been phenotninal and most Pennsylvania drummer to glide swift in our store to examine our Dress Goods, farmers are well up with their work. ly and pleaaautiy over, while introducphur, cimo up to hoo his girl on Sunday A dispatch Irom ilarrods'mrg, Bays Very few both in wash goods and wpolens, ranging aro puzzled to dispose of the ing his special line of tinware, crockery last. Mrs. Ellen Warren lias been m our that Itov. Charles Davis, colored, broke surplus provonderjthey find on hand af- or perhapa a much more useful and needin price from 5c to Si, and these are bettown for a fow days with Mrs. Wilinot nil baptizing records tho other day by ter one of the beat winters for feeding we ed article of bird seodl Aud maybe In Misi Minnie Watson, who lnia been immersing 70 converts in 20 minutes. ter goods than ever offered at the price. overbad. Jowl aud greens, onions nnd the near future retrograded Kentucky spending a fow weeks with relatives and Itov. A. V. Sizomoro is holding a V also have about 50 patterns of silk shirt waists, to which we aro measurably filling tho crit- will furnish a palace car and possibly a friends in Madison and Garrard counties, protracted meeting at Clinton, Tenn., asparag-ireturned homo last Saturday. Miss Lillio aud Itov. It- B. Mahony will fill his pul- - ical interval between tho exhaustion of buffeted sleeper for the indispensable invite speciai attention, ranging in price from 25c to Si. f garden truck loltnce, ?atittti nml omint m t...t ....! tr To the Gentlemen: We would especially address ourselves on the m; Pit t tho Biptist church Sunday morn stored and peas bin aud beets, eat. Wo commercial traveler from Pennsylvania, enough to Saturday with 7. radishes Mra. Inst Fridav and but if so diro a calamity should over subject of Clothing. Come and see our new Clothing room with all inc to bo befall retrograded Kentucky to bo aillict-etlo Adams. Mra. Mattio Carter and .Mas Tho success of the evangelist, tho who live to eat still have much in Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Shoes, Hats Dayid aud Jack went to visit Mr. Itov. B. Fny Mill, who ia now conduct- thankful for. with such a traveler, may the Lord our new things trs Newspaper fellows are usually David Lewis' family last Siturday. Thy ing meetings at Lexington intervene in some mysterious way to re- and Furnishing Goods. or more cUuiiistiJnnd generally having lieve her of bo onerous and so grievous a report Mrs. Lswia souio better In health. times each day, has boon phenomenal. tag, aro as generally a little burden and Bond him back to Pennsyl From 3,000 to 1.000 peoplo go to hear tho last WILLOW GROVE. if not dogmatic, but just in vania (or to God's country as he doubthim. we voters at confluence less believes it to be) and there let him Tho Mlhsea Wright, of Cusay, who Preparations have been made for n this connection visiting their aunt, Mra. Ann celebration of Holy Week by Catholics of Carpenter and Frye'a creeks would travel from the Alleghanies to the lone have boon like to know what's tho matter with tho slashes to his heart's content. Uastineau, returned homo t week. in tho City of Mexico, including tho old pioneer that Ion B. Nail geta all tho You will please pardon my second and Mrs. 1). 0. Walkei Iiob 10 thoroughpublic washing of beggars feet, a passion agriculast attempt to write on this subject. As breds in training at tho Fair Grounds piny aud ttie blowing up of Judas by boosting for commissioner of lture? Sam Boono is socially, morally it appears to mo every fair minded man ISUSTONYIIXE, nnd will campaign several good ones this gunpowder and llroworka. and intellectually right in tho van of tho can see tho folly of such a thing ns a free summer. Before tho Now York Eist ConferI have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluNews comes from Campbollsvillo ence Dr. Hunt reported tint 100,000 Bi- press gang, is a democrat since tho dayB turnpike. I sincerely trust that tho deThe prices mentioned below will seem imDavy Crock- mocracy of Lincoln county nt least, will tionize the retail trade. that Prof. L. 0. Boaloy waa thrown from bles had been distributed lc Chinn in of Ids grandfather Daniel, many people but I will pay any one's toll coming Andy Jackson; knows the diller-enc- o not bo far forget itself na to pledge its possible to a great hia wheel aud very painfully injured, the past four monthi. Wo fear ho ov- ett nnd between a stalk of corn and n pump- faith to n candidate for representative, to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these Ilia wounds kept him severaldays from er that tho pigtails hnvo been too busy goods will arrive in the next few days. kin vine; doesn't wait for the dark of who advocates such an idiotic idea. his school and bo ia still compelled to running from tho Japs to read them. to plant his potatoes; smokes the moon I am still laboring under tho dire newalk on crutches. n cob pipe, nnd I want you to spread cessity of paying more taxes consequent-aA circuit judge at Johnstown, Freo turnpikes nro very frequently 0 discuBsed by our farmers and if tho rest decided in a damage case brought by n over Kentucky to your hundred thousA good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. So worth $3. subscribers and renders that sinco from compulsion, a demo- Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. A Mens' sandals worth 75c of tho county is like thia neighborhood, negro Hgainet a saloon keeper for refus- and McDowoll haa declined to crat from choice. Boylo county will voto almost a9 a unit ing to sell him a drink of liquor on R- Hon. Nich. for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for precinct is solid for Fnm In favor of them. The Senatorial isuo ecount of his color, that a drink of whisky run, that this and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' J. T. Funk, of Louisville, was unan- 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 Boone, knowing that ho will honor tho baa been relegated to tho rear by tho all bought in a public place bb a boverage position and worth $$ to and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to i that tho laitlilul suoulu re of the absorbing issue of free turnpikes, altho' is not uecessHrily audi aa contemplated ceive their reward, especially when not imously chosen Grand Dictator Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor Kentucky Knights of Honor, nnd after n n majority of our peoplo seum to favor by tho law of equal rights, and there :s a utllicted with redundant financial caroa IS to 25 dollars. These goods spirited conteBt. Judge W. II. Yost, Judge made for S12.50 to S15, former price L. L. S Senator. McOreary for lino of distinction between tho rights of W. B. Flemine and W E. Bell were elec- are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. To the Dcnncrats of Lincoln County. white and colored men in saloons. ted supremo representatives. A monuwoman pleases tho eye 3 A beautiful I am a candidate to represent Lincoln county in ! Tho Fiscal court of Fayette appro- a eood woman pleases tho heart; ouo ia printed 110,000 to buy another turnpike the next Legislature of , Kentucky, subject to the ment to the memory of J. A. Demaree, I stand a jewel, the other a treasure. Napoleon and make it freo. It is tho Newtown, action of tho Democratic party.platform. squarely tho founder of the order,, was unveiled at Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know Endorse upon the National Democratic that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them I. eight miles in length and cost 17,000. Cleveland and Carlisle. Am (or James 1). McCre-ar- y Gave Hill with impressive ceremonies. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unCedar Itaplds, lower than the lowest. A district judge at TurnJohn Goat, of Wyoming. Minn., has Bonds aro to bo issued of 1 1,000 each, lor U. S. Senator and in (avorof Fr Itespectlutly, Ia.j bus decided that the Iowa law al- til you see lnw chenp I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have to namo ouo oigH to bo due in five years nnd tho re- pikes. tho unspeakable meannesa M. F. North. I hive a line of lowing women to vote iu echool elec- in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. of his kids Billy nnd another Nannie. maining eight in six years, all bearing 0 m tions nnd on tax levies is unconstitu- check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for aa Much for You It May Do percent interest. A Quartor Contury Tost. ol Irvine. 111. writes that he tional. Mr. half price Andrew Carter, an Indiana farmer, had a Fred Miller For a nuarler ol a century Ur. Kind's New DIs Severe Kidney trouble for many years, tested ami the million! who have covery Iim been back that his Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They day, aged 75, had with severe pains in hisHe triedand also so called DucUlln'a Arnica Salvo. who died tho other received benefit from Its me tcttily to ltt wondermany bladder was affected. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruliei, are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. ful curative powers in all dlseates of the 1 liroat, only ono claim to fame. Ifo was a o without any cood result. About KiJneX cures but has stood Cheit und Lungs. A remedy thatuniversal tho began use ol Llectrlo Hitters and sores, ulcers, salt rneum, lever sores, tetter, crap of Tenneeseo, and Andrew Johnson, a earuiro he once. Electric Hitters is especially ed hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. IS test so long and that has fclven so found relief at y Each bottle is potitlte-lpositively cures piles, or no pay reputred. It Is is no experiment. euro ol all Kidney and Liver troubles "The sequel Buy and sell for Cash." relief or the money will be then a tailor, but afterwards president adapted togites almost instant relief. One trial guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money worth S3. guaranteed totfivc It i admitted to be the most reliable of tho United States, made his wedding and olten our statement. Price only 50c, lor refunded. Price 5 cents per box, For tale by will prove JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. A. K. i'etiny, Stanford, Ky. for Cousbs aud Colds. Trial bottles free at A. II, suit. arge botilet AtA.lt Penny's Drug Store. Penny's drug store. Large size joe and $i. Mr. J. S. Steeloy whb In Lexington lant week attending tho Stnto oratorical Julia Boreing visiting in St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. i Morse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. BR EASTER REDUCTION All Goods In Our Store. - DANKS. A - JEWELER. -- law-break- er nTT A TVTrTP. FARRIS & HARDIN AT COST FOR CASH WAGONS.PLOWS, HARNESS, homo-larde- r, di-tri- ct, 1- aer-mo- n - house-keepin- well-know- g GREAT : SALE Black-bum- 's Bchool-hius- toll-gat- mid-nigh- .... - 5' d to won-doifiii- ly HUGHES & TATE. la-i- James Frye, KV. OLOTHZI2STC3S7-50- I tax-pay- er l I IDIRIESS G-003D- nu-tiv- aatu-lacti- ugvva.tA-.-fcjg- v ffiaaaaii n?2 -- . Jala4 fftj !' 4"tS-- i lyT i, kv- - P . F. IV w I DEATH'S DOINGS. MATRIM0mALMATTERS. Sknatoh BLACKnuns fired the opening gun of his campaign at Sholbyvilln MonMrs. John G. Fee, wife of tho founJohn Allen, of Washington C. H , day and rehashed his old free silver O., College, died this week at commllted sulcldo because his girl der of Gov. and ad an advanced Hge. She and her husband 8rANF0RD, Kv. April 12, 1895 views at length now hnvo naiwani. prom- refused to go to church with him. to fill his McCrearv will It is said that tho marriage of Lord recently celebrated their .golden wed ise to go for him. He sn)s "I am cocked William Ileresford to tho widowed ding. and primed to meet any mtm on that VV. P. WALTON. W. Jennings Demorest, publisher of Duchess of Marlborough, formerly Mre. question. I have made it n study for 10 Hammersloy, of Now York will tho Lidies' Magazine which bears his Louise years in Congress, was n member of tho name and a nintankerous prohibitionist, tako plare shortly. International Monetary Conference at Isaac Johnson, of Rockcastle, and has gono tho way of all hVsh. He died FORIiruseels, and I think I know what I am Miss Dolly Jano Sprinkles, a pretty mai- Tuesday. talking about." Now let our good Mac-du- ir Mr. Silas Green, a retired banker den of 10 summers, were married at the lay on and d n be he who first father's, Mr. J. W. Sprinkles, In and an old citizen of Richmond, Ivy,, brido's cries 'hold enough.' died Wednesday nt ttie age nl SI yo.WB. this county Wednesday. Akotukr unprovoked murder darkens He was an uncle of Editor F. M. Green, A St Louis woman is trying to tho black record ol Lexington this vt ek. Editoh Ivnott, of tho Louisville Post, on tho of tho Richmond Register. Mr. Green a divorce from her husband William Shipp, eon of the b.inker at is printing "A Currency Catechism" in was a bachelor and always lived alone. Midway, killed- - a negro named Sun his Louisville Post in answer to "Coin's ground that he is "addicted to tho If bIjo will bide a wee, Mies Ellen Douglas, daughtor of Mr. habit." Brown at Lexington this week in u row Financial School," which knocks the .IN OUR... perhaps ho will save her from going to Tolbert DouglflH. of tho May wood secover tho latter's wife. Shipp will be re- socks, so to speak, oil tho young pretention, tiled tho tlr.-i-t of the wetk after a court by killing himself sure enough. membered by those who read such der. It is hoped that the editor will Next year will be the last leap year lingering illness of that dread disease, things, as tho wild aud wayward youth print the catechism in pamphlet form, at occonsumption. She was an excellent who was converted about a year ap;o. a nominal price, bo aa to counteract tho of tho century, aud onother will uot 11MM. Tho year 11)00 will not young lady and her many friends will be The alleged conversion came on him in evil that Coin has done with unthinking cur until bo a leap year. The unusnat occurrence is pained to hear of her untimely death the night time and about midnight, he people. duo to tho fact that the addition of ono Her remains were interred in the family awakened his father and told him he NEWSY NOTES. day to each fourth year more than burying ground, a short distance from wanted to be baptized right away. Tho deficiency in .where she lived. Baid to ho making a still- - makes up tho presumed family got up, roused tho preacher and Berry is year. So young ladies you Mrs. Amanda 1. Crow, relict of Jan. the calendar the young man was doused amid great hunt for governor. will havo uo chance after next year for Crow, died at the home of her daughtor, rejoicing. His sins were scarlet, but In Cincinnati 8,500 coat makers eight long weary ones, to do unto men Mrs. W. M. McAfee, at McKlnney Tuesthey were not made white as snow, for have gone out on a strike. as you would havo them do unto you. day morning after a protracted spell ol he continued to drink at intervals and Cholera is reported to have broken Mr. Edgar M. Novlus, Becoud son of pnoumonla and other troubles, nged 7S make a nuisance of himself. He took out among tho Japanese troops at tho Mrs. Mattio Nevius. went to Lebanon Mrs. Crow was nn excellent Christian bis mother to the Mills meeting at Lex- Pescadore Islands. afternoon woman and had been a member of the ington this week and then went off on a Mrs. Engeuo Aldrich, of Waterloo, Wednesday and returned that with a bonute bride, who was Miss fcalllo Christian church for nearly 50 years, the estear, winding up with murder. He Ind., was frightened to death by her Sparrow. Tho ceremony waa performed most of which time her membership was caped arrest, but will of course be caught horse running away. Methodist church, held in McCormacks church. She was a and if justice can be kept blind folded to Twenty-on- e men were killed by an by Rev. Godbey, of the at onco for this p'ace, d&uuhter of Col R.ibert Lewis, of this the fact that his victim was a negro, ho explosion of gas in n coal mine near and tho couplo left and are now at Mrs. Nevius, though they county, and was first married to Mr. mBy yet have his worthless neck stretch New Whatcom, Wash soon in a pretty Georgo A. Alcorn, who died nearly 10 ed. Loch Payne killed his brother Wil- will go to cottage in tho Miller Addition. Mr. Ne- years ago. Only two children, Mr. C. L. As foretold the supreme court knock- liam, near Owensboro, in a quarrel over vius is a Baleamau at tho Louisville Store Crow and Mrs. W. M. McAfee, survive ed a big hole in the income tax law by the possession of a hen. won tho confidence of his em- her and in their sorrow they have the A compulsory vaccination order was and has ALL OPENED. deciding that the taxation of rents, State, ployers. His bride is petito and pretty sympathy of the entire community. The county and municipal bonds is n direct made by tho fiscal court of Bourbon, in aud said to bo a vory lovable young lady. remains were laid to rest in Buffalo Cemtax and unconstitutional. On the other view of the proximity to the disease. will nover have cause to etery Wednesday afternoon in tho presA boy and girl while searching for We hope they provisions of the law the court is equally regret tho step they took so early in life, ence of a large number of sorrowing iliridpil no tn ifn vnliilifv nnrl St. will . wild flowers in a Philadelphia park were ,..... .j .. ,w .. ...-- u ... friends. i t.!ii. I but live and love to a ripo old age. "" therefore remain in force. Chief Justice Bm,lK governor oi ArKannas, wno The Fuller and Justices Harlan and White Our prices arc always The Lowest. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NKW AUTP.UriSKMK.V-nof the Legvoted to sustain the law in its entirety. drow a pistol on the member face, was lined Good cattle aro scarce in this county Justice Jackson waB absent as usual. At- islature, who spat in his $50. at 4 to 4ic. torneys are already preparing to attack Railroad travel in Colorado wra Poland China boars for sale. M. S. those portions of the law sustained by a completely blockaded by Band drifts, re- Banghman, Stanford. tie vote and they feel assured that they The annual meeting ol tho iioekholileri of thj from the severe storm last FriOnly 27 stallions were showed at .V Carpenter's Motion turnpike will b can further render it nugatory. There sulting Saturday, at Lexington Monday agaiust 1O0 Borne held atfur ustonsilleon of electing aMay 1, 15,and a ETC., will be a big deficit in the treasury by day. president m., the purpow A grain elevator fire in St. Louis years ago. boa rd ol directors lor the ensuing tear reason of the decision, but President J. K. llAUOll.MAN, I'm 1. to $100,000. W. M. Lackey bought of J. C Hays, A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprictois, Cleveland says he will not call an extra caused a loss of from $75,000 to have per- of tho East End, a bunch of 1,0001b. session of Congress, for which assurance The watchman is supposed T: D. RANEY, Manager. ished . cattle at 3jc. let us give thanks. brick By the collapse of a W. 11. Traylor sold to Montie box, Hranch Stores: The annusl The Rev. Isiac J. Lansing, of Boston, is wall at Wheeling, W. Va , five people for Goldsmith, 01 export cattle for July dent and boardmeettns for the election ol a tire Lick ol director! lor the Knob another clerical cuss, who sought to gain were killed and two perhaps fatally in- delivery at 5c. Turnpike Co. will be held at the Writ National Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Hank in Stanford the tit Saturday in May, iSjj, defaming his betters jured. a little notoriety by Charlie Dawes sold to T. L. Lillurd, and stockholders arr hereby notified. Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. seized a of Boyle, a Bmall bunch of A Japanese CL.UTON KOWLEK. Trei ia HeBtated publicly that President Cleveland was so intoxicated at n New York British steamer loaded with cartridgPB cattle at lie. dinner that be made a fool of himself. It w'lich had been shipped as "bamboo S. M. Owena lost a valuable brood was a lie manufactured out of whole and steel." maro while foaling tho other day. Ho Two members of Peter Uuntz' fami- was fortunate enough to Bavo tho colt. , cloth and it coming to the ears of the The annual meeting of tho stockholders ol the Turnersvtlle. McKinney Coffey's Ml J Turnpike defamer dowu, ly at Virginia, 111., have died and thr e president, he called his At the public sale of Poland-ChinRoad Co. will bo held at McKinney the istSatur-daand as the Louisville Times says he came others are dangerously ill from eating di- awine hold at Lewis, la, a short time In May, igoj, at a p. m , for the purpoai of e'ectmga president and board of directors for the North British and Mercantile, Firman's Fund, down. Tho preacher didn't seem to have seased beef. ago by Scarf Bros., 31 head averaged eniuinjr year. II. I. GOODE, t'res. 11 Ninety per cent, of the Nebraska $25.C7. Manchester, profited by the Scriptural injunction to Mechanics and Traders, bridle his tongue, but the lesson he has towns havo voted for liquor. Last ye r, E. P. Woods Bhipped to Cincinnati The Pennsylvania Fire, National of Hartford, hogs been taught will impressthe precept very it will be remembered, was exceedingly yeBterday a car load of Phcrnix of Hrooklynn. Give me a call. "tia dry in Nebraska. lastingly upon his mind. bought of J.G. Lynn, S. T. Harris and The annual meeting of the stockholder of the Leavens-wortMrs. Mary L. cjrinscz, of others at 3 to 4c. Carpenter's Creek Turnpike Co. Huston We Col. Blanton Duncan, the Louisville the nt Kansas, haB sued W. J. Crnce for Capt. T. A. Elkin has placed his stal- will be held atata Ilutiooville on purpose Saturday in of electing May, 1895, p. m., for the blatherskite, who is at present sojourn- $5,000 damages on account of his drg lion, Directed, by Director, in the hands officers lor the ensuio year. Angeles killing Her pet cat. W D. WKATHEUFORD, I'res ing in California, sued the Los u of P. W. Riy, of Glasgow, who will Times for J23.000 for calling him an "er Railroad Bill, the Alabama desper- make tho Beason with him. ratio bloviator," but the e litor was able ado, fired into a posse that came upon M. S. Baughman will stand his to prove he had not misnamed him and him, killed instantly one of the men and stallion. Georgo Dictator, nt $10 won the suit. Then the editor let looaw niatlo his escape. of and his fine jack at $S this yar. Tht ir A A meeting of the Stockholders the the Stanforda Mldedgcviltn TurnplknCo lor election of and such another skinning mortal mm A young woman has confessed at pedigrees will appear in our next issue. president and board of directors lor the ensuing year will be held at Mctorroack's, Mar 4. i5. at now nothing Anderson, lml., tuat suo murdered a never got before. There is This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you Wo will stand our pplendid Ulydet-dal- o m. A.W. CAKl'KNTr.i:, I'M. left for old Want to do, but kill the etll man, for which crime another man is Jpfso D. Wearen, at our want the very best materials, you can not afford to overlook our ttallion, toror hi frinh in serving 13 years in tho penitentiary. place on the Uustonville pike, at $5 to stock. hopa ha will choose the latter horn Charles Brown was sontencea to 20 Insure a living colt. Persons desiring of the dilemma. years in the penitentiary at Lexington draft horses should breed to him. Beaz- The stock t. Iders of the Muitomllle ,t (Viffiiy's for a criminal assault on his S year old ley Bros. Co will meet at Dr. Urawn's Mill Tumpiko a hero in two The best is not too good. Gen Tiiomis A. Haiuiis, in lluitonvtilc tst Saturday in May, 1195. at Five of the jury were for man in tho moon oihcem.,to elect a president and board of directors What does the jp the ensuing year, ta O V L US, wars, thf Mexican and OivP, and a usehanging. l'r. know about potato planting anywaj? for ful man in peace, died Tuesday, aged 05. Tho president has again appointed The most important thing is to have the He served ti term in the Confederate F. W. Joplln to be postmaster at Eliza- - ground in good condition, then select Quality and price are right. Congress from Missouri and after tho war bothtown, vice Mrs. Emily Helm. The good seed, give them thorough cultivaedited the New Orleans Ituttonvllle Senate refused to confirm the nomina- tion and-tr- ust The stockholders ol the Stanlord to Providence eorgetown When Gov. Bunkner, who was a Turnpike Road Co. will hold their annual election tion before. Times. lor a president and board of directors at school, Bchoolmate of his at W)st Point, was inhouse at Turcersvl.le, at a p. rr., tliu 1st Saturday The Interstate Commerce CommisFaulconerA Rue think that their in .May, 189$ augurated covernor of Kentucky, he la J K. CASH, I'res. temporarily annulled the long combination eale at Danville, Thursday made Gn Harris his .miaUnt secretary sion has clnusa to allow the and Friday, April 25 and 20, will be tho and short-haof Statr, which ollice he filled very acSouthern Railway Company to fight the greatest in their history. They havo 125 ceptably. A wife and one son survives Seaboard Air Line. horses bookod and among them are some tho general; I.iek, Dealer In Ainectinjof the stockholders of James L. Kemper, of Vir- splendid roadsters, Nov York sad- McCormacks A Turnersville Turnpike Knob will be Co Things seem to be getting pretty unan. ginia, died at his home near Gordons-vill- dlers and teams. held at McCormacks, May n, 189;. at 1 p. m , lor electing ocer lor the ensuing the purpose imous for Col. Bradley, when John II. 11. F. POWELL Frts. aged 72 years. He was a brigade ia Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool. year. Wilson's county of Knox instructs for commander in the Confederate army Highest market prico guaranteed. Behim for governor and Laurel doea the during tho late war. fore you sell, seo my agents T. S. Elkin, Dycho, possibly same, though Editor The Rock Island tracks in Colorado Lancaster, J. S. Moberly, McKinney. would have had it otherwise, if he could. havo at last been cleared, and the Wm. Rout, HuBtonville, Wallace Steele, 1 he annual meeting of the stockholders of the Both counties instructed for J.G. Creech, lockaded passengers rescued. The Rolling Fork or myself at Stanford. Wil- .Stanford & Halls Uap Turnpike- Iload Co. for the election ol a president and board of directors for of Laurel, for commissioner of agriculstorm was the worst of recent years, and liam Moreland. the ensuing year, will be held at Vandeveer's store in btanford on the 1st Saturday in May, 'as. at a ture, while the latter instructed for Hon. the loss of live stock is heavy. Tho much talked of Sporting League p. tn. J. N. MKNEPKK, I'res. attorney general and Swein-furtW. L. WITHERS, Salesman. W. R. Ramsey for Tho Dutch humbug, Jacob was organized at Cleveland; with Maj. P. Sam Stone, of Madison, for auditor. the Rockford, Ills. "Messiah," is P. Johnson, of Lexington, at its head bb being sued by n husband for $50,000 for be called tho Amei-ica- n Thk Massachusetts Legislature eeea alienating tho affections of his wife, who presldont. It is to object is to protect Leaaue, and its The shareholders of the Hanging Fork Green them all on the Sunday laws and goes entered Swoinfurth'B "Heaven." River will meet the manly eporta and the business inter- store inTun pike RoadthCoand Saturdayat InWare's only does it proMcKinney on May, them one better. Not Jacob Schuette, a dairy man near with them. 805, at a p. m., for the purposo of electing e. pre, vide for punishing anyone who engages Pittsburg, Pa., shot himsolf to death be- ests connected ident and board ol directors for the ensuing year. Tho Intbhiok Jouhnal hasn't as la J. W.OIVKNS, I'res. in a Sunday performance, but those who cause he feared the little borough he livmany borso advertisements as it usually attend it must pay a fine on conviction. ed in would bo annexed to tbo city and has at this seaeon ol the year, but thoso That's getting at the root of the matter, he would have to give up his cows. horseB whoso pedigrees are found it its and ia the right way to proceed. If there The loss of live stock in Colorado columns aro mighty good ouea and breedThe stockholders of tho Rush Ilranch Turnpike Greatly improved for 1895 and were no people to attend Sunday shows owing to tho snowstorm is from $10,000 Bhould etudy them well before they Road Co. are notified tomeetat Hubble 1st Saturcourse there would be no exhibitions to 8O,CO0. Dead horses, cattle and ers of worthy of consideration. day in May, 1895, to elect a board ol directors for decide what they will breed to. the ensninir year. 11 on the Lord's day. sheep aro piled up against fences, aud in Now i ork Meat ia dearer Dkath has dono what tho democrats hundreds aro found on tho open prai- than it has been for 23 years. Three steak retailed at si - 10 weeks ago porter-hous- o VM W failed to do given Delowaro a democrat rie. The Baltimore Manufacturers' Rec- from 22 cents to 25 centa a pound, and Goy. Marvil, the republiic executive. 12 cotton-mill- s have sirloin at from 10 to 18 centa. Will miku the season at my place, i miles can elected last November, is dead and ord shows that haen established in the South during the consumer must pay for similar cuts East ol btanford, at Speaker of the Senato Wataon, who is a They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. 30 to 35 ceuts a pound democrat, succeeds to the office. It is al- the last throe months. The Eiatern of porter-hous- e manufacturers see tho hand writing on and for sirloin 22 to 21 conta a pound. $15 To Insuro A Living Colt. most aa rare for a republican to die in tho wall. This will bo good news to tho farmer, office as it is for him to resign one, but Tieasury officials estimate that re- who high tim6 had hla winninga. l'encc has proved himself to be a breeder of unexpected happens. Bometimes tho both style and speed. His colts havo sold from ceipts from tho income tax will he cut Call and sec. The Womeu'a Literary Club of Bal tho pasture, without any training lulls, at ?iJo to o Thk Southern Magazine will hereafter uown at jeasi ou per cent, in hard times. from tho National $950 a of tho ruling out of incomes timore haa withdrawn be known aa the Mares taken care ol at ? per mouth, but not change for the worst and not for the bet- from rents and from State, county and Federation of Womon, on account of tho responsible fjr accident. A M 1'KNCE, Stanford, Ky. 13 municipal bouds. adraisbion of club3 of colored womeu. ter. Extralntement - 6 OB, 8 PAGES. pio-cu- re Bul-ci- do This : Week, 41 -- Clothing And Shoe Department. houao-keepic- g NEW LINE OF mm : QOODS f "k"k :.."j COME IN TO SEE US LOUISVILLE . Turnpike election. 1 1 STORE, Mote-lan- STAITTORD. Turnpike Election. four-stor- y man-of-w- three-year-ol- d Turnpike Election. A-- a y FIRE INSURANCE. 175-pou- Turnpike Election. A-- h, KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. well-kno- Turnpike Election. ns-'lf- , ill lii-- i Km-tuck- y Turnpike Election. It-- id OILS. step-sist- nr. Turnpike Election. A-- VARNISHES. Times-Democr- at. -G- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ul Turnpike Election. 1 Bo Ko WEABEiEr, Ex-Go- v. e, 1 Turnpike Election. - snowdrift-b- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANFORD, EY. h, Turnpike Election. A-- I 1 Turnpike Election. Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. to-da- y pence" A- - WW To-d&- y Guarantee Satisfaction conse-duenc- the-s- e "Mid-Continent- HIGGINS & McKINNEY, ' -fc- ' j2"2227r?mj 4w .. mt 0EM1-WEEKL- Y iNTERIORjOUKHflL Consensu BREAKING COLTS. HEAVY CARRIAGE HORSES. avnd BrANFOUD, Ky., - April, 12 lo96 W. P. WALTON. nf Vnlunliln Opinion From V.t' prrli'liicil 1'ri From tliocorriMpoiKlmu'in f Tlio Hnral Now Yorker wo oxtrai't tlio following uotofl on tlio Irainiiij; of coIih: Ono brt'otlcr K;ty: Coltn linndlcd nro very likenmcli, nntl ospcclnlly jm Demand For Tliose, of Good Hlmpo IIIrIi Action. NA1OTM KDflDl. Standard Rulo 0. 3 Hrisnoli, out ol Parley, she by Caldwell's Parllilatm is a find mulejick, 4 years old and excellent breeder. He Is if hands, gray in color and Is strictly a good one. Will also stand In connection rot Is an Hv 1 Rocord 2:101. ArliclcH of Incorporation or ly to tluvoloj,) tlianuialilo (ricks. Tliey roHiu'tit irt l, OF DIADEM LODGKNO, 81, don't fear or niticli Tlio theory ntBH orjraiu ihirr. ourselves, our associates and successors body corporate, with power of perpetual succession, to me and be sued, pload and b Impleaded, contract and be contracted with, to hate a corporate seal, and make, alter or amend the nine at ilesirr The namsol this corporation shall be Diadem of Pythias of Kentucky, UlieNo. 8t, Knights ol business shall be htaii-lorand its principal place lt l.iiaines Lincoln county. Kentucky hall be theexerclseof uch rrlendship, IlMievo-lenca It provided for in the decand Charity laration of the principles of the Order of Knights It shall begin from thl a day and lhall continue it has sevm tnrtil vcars, or ai Jon twenty-fiv- e btrt in good standing in the Order ol Knights of Kentucky. Pythias ol Ha capital atock Is required to commence ita business aud Ita capital stock thcrealler ahatl be t accumulation of revenue! and any contilhii. tona which may be made to it and the accumulated profits of nam, and luch itocki or lundt ihall be invested from time lo lime at may be directed by retolution of the corporation, III office" ihall be the Chancellor Commander, Prelate aud .Matter at Armt, at th latt who ihall be elected tmvting In May aod NcTcmbcr, and the Keener of Records and Seals, Muter of Kluance and Mas-l- r of Exchequer, who shall ba elected annually by ballot In the last meeting in November, and such other officers a at provided for by the Constitution of Subordinate Lodges ol the Order of Knighta cf I'thUs ol Kentvcky. The debts ol the ccrporatlon shall never at any time exceed two thousand five hundred dollars, and the property of its indiutduat members shall not be liable lor Its corporate debts The acts of this corporation shall be valid only when In writing, signed by the Chancellor Commander and tht Keeper of Records and Seals, with Its corporate seal attached. Given under our hand this ;th day of March, M. IlKlfCK, tS3j. d, e y 1 n, We, I. M Ilrucn, A. U. Hutlman, W H Wear--W. F ShcnJn, Joe F Wateis.Jno, 8 Wells, ni othirs, do K. C Walton. J. . hereby associate an J Income Incorporate aud ere-at- o 0ley, Jr. Tim prnctico will not liear It out. I havo lind 8nd oxncrioucu in thli hua Ono very iutolliKent colt was bo lced ami iiottetl tlint flio uuciuno a iiinnol Sho would follow 1110 into tlio homo or tip htuirn. IJow niticli wouxpecttid of hcrl Showns ui-e- ptrlinin pw, thoir Hint-tern- . never "broke," but jutt l.itelittl up mid when the tiuio canio. No troublo for homo time. Then 0110 dny Rho (liHurtted with doing ni I liked instead of it liked. Sho kicked Iooku in fliort order, isho wns not excited or angry. I was. Sho remained tlio fcnmo rogtiimh, dotnuro creature, was good it4 jiio for homo dayc, then Hulked ngnlu, kicked n $.'!0 cart to piece nud went to eating grass by tlio roadside Wo conquered her habit, but it wai harder than to havo broken a wild colt, llo gentlo to your coltH by nil means. Unltor break when n few dayn old. 13 ut don't let tlio boyH fool with them and novor niako much of u pot of a colt it in broken. Another writes: When tho colt ia 2 or 3 mouths old, or perhaps younger, if nblo to travel without injuring itself, it nliould, when tho maro in ut work in tho fluid, bu hitched to tho liiiinc.s by a halter or bridle. Later ou, when it has learned tho meaning of "Got up!" and "Whoal" itnhould havo n fcinnll collar ami hamas or breast collar harm'fS, tho tugs of which may bo tied up out of tho way, or n very light A.G llUi'FMAN, weight attached. W. II WKARKN. W K SHKKItiAN, When I was n boy, I mado n harness JOE F. WATKKS, that answered my purpoM) very well by lNO S WELLS, C.C., K C. WALTON, rowing Homo old harness tugs together, S. OWSLl'.V, JR., making tho breast collar aud tugs all 1ESMC I). WKARI.N, K. R. A S. ... Slst of Kentucky, ono piece and thcu hewing tho back County of Lincoln, J" ty Cummins.Clcrk of the l.Jsi. Fcrrtily that the foregoingLincoln Cou In- strap to tho tugs at either hide. I broke aiticlei ol Couit, do tuy colt in this rudo harness, anil many corporation were, on the 15th day of March, S)J, a pleasant ridu did I take on my hand acknowWdged before me by I. M. Ilruce, A. l. Huffman, Joe I' Wairri, V II Weaien, K. C sled in winter drawn by my favorite Walton and John S. Wtlla to be the r act and In either of tho ways mentioned deed ard the same was again arknuwledted ou gray. great care hliould bo taken not to overthe itth day of March, iSjj, by W. F. Sheridan my to bt hia act and t'eed be ore J. II ll'irion deputy, as shown by his endorsement thrrron in tax tho strength of tho colt. In addition wit "March 16, figures and words as follows, to to tho above methods a bitting harness lijj, acknowledged before mo by W. I' bherldan bo used if duslred. If I wero breakto be his act and deed. Jai F Cummins, Clerk, may ing it colt especially for driving, I would by J. II, Rurton.D C" And th same as again this day acknowledged before me by I K. Owsley, break him with n bitting harness only. to be his act and deed, aud lodged for record Thus n third: I havo made a point of whereupon I have recorded tht same and this cer tlficate in my office f coding tho least amount of food to keep Wltneai tuy hand this itth day ol March. 1(45 my horso in good working condition. JAS r.Cl'MMINS, Clerk, llyj 11 Button, DC My common feed has been corn two parts, oats two parts and ono part of ryo or wheat, nil ground together, and 0110 part of this witli one or two parts of bran. I am very partial to clovor hay Only Diiccl Lite Between when well cured, feeding as small an amount as will keep them in good condition with tho work thoy aro doanJ quickest between Shortest horses Frankfort, Oeonrotown nud Parle, ing. I tielievo inturn my earning tothoir pasliving. I nover horses Oariialo, Maysvillo, Oynthlnna, ture, ns they get soft, and it takes a Falmouth and Covlnffton. long time to got back to working conAsk for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard 'I Ime. dition. In lieu of pasturo I rely on carTimeTabU Dec. 30, 1(94. rots, feeding thorn very sparingly No. 1. No j. No. j No. 7. TUAINS EAST. 1st a. m. p, ta. a. m. p m through tho winter, but about tho s jo Frank tort A (30 Is 413 of March I feod about nil thoy will oat 700 " Klkkorn 835 7 1,0 440 until May or us long as tho carrots will Stamping Oround 7 il 3 co 313 930 " Georgetown..!!... 7 47 313 loco 543 keep woll. I havo rt span of colts 18 and 10 03 .... 753 5 30 Arr. C S. Depot 3 31 SO months ohi. Doth wcro broken to 1'aus.., 0 30 4 jo Wei .... tho halter bo foro they wero a week old and havo been handled uver sinco until TRAINS WEST. No. a. No, 4. No. 9 No p in. a. in. p m. a. m at present they drivo nicely. Wo hau Lva Psria ...,C 9 45 die them only ci'ough to koeptheiu 11 jo S. Depot........! o 37 C. 641 Neither has boon out to pasturo, " Georgetown II 10 40 6 4S S43 J I cS " Stsmp'g Ground 10 30 6 17 7 03 but both havo boon fed ou tho abova 16 so I 40 " Elkhorn 7 645 ..11 a 00 plan. Thoy wolgh respectively 7U0 aud 7 13 7 33 Arr l"iankMt.A......n 30 050 pounds. They havo a yard run. bo-catu her-Rc- lf bo-for- o I Ky. Midland R'y, Ciiiclimntl and Frankfort 1 1 -- way-wls- o. Leave Frankfort 8.30 a.m. ; arrive at Lexington 10:43 a m. Leave Frankfort 7 a m, arrive Cincinnati at 10 jo a in. Leave Frankfort 1 30 p. m. ; arilve Cincinnati Bsi p. m. I.lvo Stack rotate. SUNDAVTRAINS. The Kentucky Midland tions lorm the shortest and cheapest route to all pointa tfouth, Uatt, North and West. For further information appit (o their agents. C. D. IIEKCAW. (en Pass. Agent. GEO. II. 1IAKPKU, llec'r& Gen Supt Frankfort, Ky. 6:13 p. m Leave Cincinnati 11 30 a. m. VtT Leave Georgetown io:j7 A. M.; arrive at Franklort 30 A. M. East Leave Franklort a. 3) P. M ; arrive at Georgetown I. M. Leave Franklort a 30 p. m; arrive Cincinnati 11 7 30 a m , rtivt Frankfort Ralwayand connec- .IF VOU AKK GOING.. If ORTH or WEST, ......THK ssVIVsMMslasaHHsMsWasaMMilllllMMMMM ( ' Louiaviiir 4 Naanvuic R. R. la the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make connections at close LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CIIECKKD THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky THE WEEKLY G0UR.ER-J0URNA- L la a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. It contains tho beat of everything going, lifciN-R.- Y WATTE RSON Is the editor. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIEU JOURNAL makes very liberal terms to agents, and gives Iree premiums for clubs. Sample copies 01 the paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Write to ThoCOURIER-JOURNAL CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, And The Weekly Courier-Journ- al Will be sent one year to any address for 3:2 7C. W. P. WALTON, Addresa sheep wero slaughtered and sold during 1804. This was 50,000 mora than wero consumed in 1803. Normally tho number would not havo been larger than during thu World's fair year. Tho incrcT-shows that many farmers. aro going out of tho sheep business because of f reo wool. British cavalry regulat ions rorjuirotha saddlo to bo placed in the middle of tho back, "about tho breadth of tho hand behind tho play of tho shouldor." Tho record breaking year for tho Chicago pork market was 1891, when 8,000,805 wero hold there. Tho poorest of recent years was 1S93. For 189 tho rocord rose again, nntl tho number was about 7,600,000. But tho prico was lower, being $1.55 a hundred loss than in 1893. Tho nverago prlco for grown hogs in 189 i was $5.05 per hundred. It is a mistako to quit raising sheep because tho tarilT has been taken ofT wool. Mutton shcop wero nover in so good demand nil thoy aro now, and tho tasto for a good nrticlo is growing. With tender, mild flavored mutton ns tho first object, and with steadily working up to that object by improving tho moat in all ways, breeders can still mako tho shoop business pay well. Wool will bo merely an incidental for tho present. Prices of both muttou sheep and spring lambs wero considerably lower in 1894 than in 1893. A horso trainor's repi'ation is hia wealth, aud it will increase moat rapidly whon ho is perfectly honost and sqnaro. Tho point is not how many horses ho can train, but how many of hia training can win. T"-- "" c!ci!i rsi"T ht."i tb"t ba feeds sorghnm fodder heavily to jui'r liorsos and cattlo. For his milk cows ho cuts it up. Ho nlso grinds corn on tho cob for theso cows nud f.Vr th:r.j beets, turnips nnd carrots. Thus ho socures variety. A few nores of tlm root crops answer tho purpoM). Llohiis that on this diet his dairy cows do just ns woll as thoy did whon ho fed them bran and cottonseed 1uu.11, uiutuiuat twico as much. Atarecont salo of high class earriago horses in Chicago a pair of bay geldings 10 hands high, 5 yoairi old, biought Thoy weighed together 2,300 pounds. This shows it htill pays w breed fancy carriage horses. 1 i?l,-700. At tho Chicago stockyards 3,000,-00- 0 Tho heavy harness horso should fit tho SIRED BY WALSINOI1AM 2100, sire of Latitude t 'tgX and 7 or 8othealn the list. hoavy vohiclo just as tho light harness by Messenger Duroc 10O, son of Hamblctonlan and sire ol EUino dam Time! A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, the dam of Noilame, yearling record a 31$. horso fits tho light wheeled road wagon Mister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian 10, aire or Dexter 2 W nlimlkta or piano box buggy. Tno tendency of j dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 43, " of the dams cl St Julian a tij". Hedlne a toU. Rloid bay, 16 hands high and a splendid Individ, and la more that have produced a 30 trotters; also ire of the dam of ual. They will each stand at $7 to iTJBUro. American carriago building lias boon Electioneer sire ol 130 in the a 30 Int. S. M. OWENS, to lightness of construction. This is seen 4 dam by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Ucllpse. 9 McKlnney, Ky. in the piano box Hide bar, tho phaeton, Walsingham 66, sire of Naboth, Is one of the youngest sons of George Wilkes 319, record a , who Wilkea 3 ijj;, Wilcox a 16, and 6j others In 1 30 tho surrey and ninny other vehicles of si led Harry Wilkea a 13H, Guy Wilkes a ijH, M sons and producing daughters. light weight. Such a vohiclo demands n list; also 41 producing bay horse,1916 hands lilsh, loaled June a8, 1888. His pedigree contains the Note. Naboth Is a horto to suit it a light framed, rangy blood ot Hambletonian, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, 1'ilot. Jr , and Harry CUy. Wi'l make the present seaon at the farm of T. A. stylish lior.se, nimblo nnd even swift of Coulter, known as the Squlrr Murphy place, 3V4 miles f om Stanford 01 the Huslonville pike, $15 foot, with (lowing niano nud tail. English wagon makers run to tho opposito My fine Saddle Sfalllon, At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. extreme. They put tho "stuil" in their Henrv Watterson Is a blood bay, 15VJ hands vehicles. Tlio high nnd heavy two wheel high, foaled Ma; 70, 1891 carts aro popular, tho mail phaeton and Hired by Lebanon 5601, Will also make the preient season of iSj at thn low price of EIGHT DOLLARS to insure a living oneot the greatest living he by Red Wilkese 174, sires; has mi almost unnumbered variety of traps colt. He Is elegant); bred and a sure loal getter. I will also stand a 30 performers to hia credit, aS in tfyi, such as of eomowhat similar design nro much Prince Wilkes a M &c Henry Waltersou's istdam by flunco No. 17867, driven, while tho tendoncy towartl tho record a 17; sired Ilunco, Jr., pacer, public record heavy cquipago finds this climax in tho s l. On the am lo 1896 dethe refusal of at your price niailcoach designed for four horses. ducting followirg terms: I amount have leaion money, the coltthe price is not on Septemberto 1,me, I will Henry Watterson is perfectly sound and has a of the satisfactory fur but il a smooth, frictionleis irottiig gait, which carries Obviously tho horso that is suitod to tho lake of the amount asked for tbecolt to pay for the Reason. He is a grand indihim over the ground rapidly Note Owing to the hard times and the low price of horse atock, I have greatly reduced season fee vidual. I will also stand my fine black jack, Bkelotouliko American road rig is not of my horses and Jacks, and considering their Individuality and bredlng, tney stand lower thin any ndaptod to tho heavy wheeled traps of in the State. English pattern. Uenco wo may logicalStable two miles South of Hustonvillc, on Moreland A Carpenter's Station pike. ly divide harness horsos into two typos J. K. BATJGHMAN, Hustonvillo, Ky. tho light and tho hoavy, each with Full 15 hands high, 4 years old and has proved a sure foal getter. He was sited by W. L. Caldis distinctive place. well's Grant, out of a good dam. He will also Tho henvy traps nro largoly used for stand city and park driving, but in tho cast make fine young At $7 for Mares and $10 for Jenwhore hard roads lead from cities to This the old Levijack will faim. athe present for N S. H. R. place noted Hubble at suburbs no littlo amount of road riding years as the home ot fine jacka. He is 4 years old nets to Insure a Live Colt. Sired by Stonewall well built and by in dogcart, break or coach is done. For low price of fine bone. 1 will stand htm at tha Stonewall Jackson 7a, Jackson, Jr , Harris', 61 by Washington Denmark T. A. COULTER. Logic's 1st dam by King William tho most part tho men who breed tho Hiby Washington Denmark by Illack hnruoss horses tho farmors of tho a Colt 4 Months Old lly,Second dam by Miller's Denmalk, by Denmark $5 to Insure Denmark, west aro not familiar with tho sort by Imp. Hedgeford, Mares kept at reasonable rates, Third dam br Onstot's Telegraph, by Telfgrjph. of vohiclo which must bo horsed for tho -: by Hill's Illack Hawk, by Sherman. JOSIAH 1USHOP, city, nud henco nro nt toa as to tho typo to Shelby City Ky. Fourth dam by Teller's Drennon, by Drinker's Drennon, by Davy Crockett. of horse to brood. Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; both hind Fifth dsm by Oliver, thoroughbred. ankles white Trotting sires havo boon largoly paLogic is a very substantial hurse. beautiful red sorrelwith fine mane and tall, which he carries as tronized, with tho result that light and BY ABDAL.LAH MESSENGER near to perfection as a horse can Hns a fine disrangy horses, with low notion, lacking i d.m the William Lusk, saddle mare, by Davy position-; drives nicely and for his handling he is a fine actor. Rack, Trot, Walk, Ca ter and Slow Crocket, sou of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drensize and substanco nud in many cases ad dam by Highlander. non of hia colts have come this Spring and Registered; Pace wanting beauty of conformation, havo Standardyears old and weighs it1', bands high; lix and all A few been found going the gaits with high Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is have 1,150 pounds. by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud been put on tho markot. Most of theso Emperor 37 will make the present season of ifjs at head and tail and of extra fine site. 1st You can ace from his pedigree that he is a very 2 i6,l, Jake a 13 and 7 others better than a 30 Von hon-omy tarm near Snelby City at nt n good pace, can t,tcp along of highl) bred saddle horse, and one that will sire dam susie by Sentinel 1 29', in 1871, sire 30, and than a indulgo in road ridfancy, saddlers. Lrgic will make the Amin a 19)4 ami 7 others aLetter Kitty Rivers, g. but oven dam full to Volunteer rny ing are coming to demand sliapclinesi? $5 for Marcs and $10 for Jennets seaion at and farm, 4 miles Irom Danville, on the d. olbrother Messenger a t6V, by Alexander's AbMaud Danville Stanford turnpike, dallah, sire ot Goldsmith Maid a 14, and the mes I 8 TKVIS ns well ns speed in their horses. Tho Kysuyk s namoieionian Shelby CityKj AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. prepotentbyson of Jacket, sire of tre dam of Ken' breeding districts of tho west havo horo Red idam Wilkes a si, aud ot the g d. of Red Wilkes been scoured to find horses of suitable A lien retained en colts until payment of ser- tucky Hr f'nmet. a sen of Sherman Morgan, sire of Ver go into size, substanco nnd uction to vice. of the Morgan Logic is standing to suit the hard times. See mont's Black Hawk, founder of readste'g in the family, the greatest family high priced leather on city streets with him before you bleed Pasiureat a per month. world. broughams, landaus, carts, breaks and Grain led at reasonable rates, which must be paid I will stand English Hunter the season of ifoj betoie mares are taken away, coaches behind thorn. It is J cod less to at my stable 3 mt'os from Shelby City, on the A. E. HUNDLEY, Kuob Lick aad Turnersville p.ke at 2:6 lo insuro This spltndid combined stallion will make tfe say that comparatively fow of them nro Danville, Ky. a living colt Mjuey due when colt is foaled or r tcicnl seaion of iPos at the farm of the late L. I). found which nro up to thu standard. mro parted with. Garner, 3 miles from Crab Orchard, at I Mill also stand the excellent young jack, It Is this demand for n heavier horso, shapelier horso aud a horse of higher $5 to Insure a Colt 4 months old GOVERNOR ST. action than wo havo been producing Ilrignolia is a red bay stallion, saddle and harness Five years old, 16 hands high, with white points REGISTERED. from our trotters that loads to tho im- combined; 16 hands high: fine style and actien heavy bone good style and extra length. Sired and tail He was sired portation of tho continental breeds of and has fine n ane he by Mesienger Chief. by by the champion lack, Tom Keen?, by Rube IJn BY SECOND JEWEL 48. Mesiencer, lmgton, lie by Clark's Mammoth, ho b Wight's coacliers nnd tho Cleveland bay and tho Ilrlgnolia's first dam by old Lexington, the fine Mammoth, and he by Maringo Mammoth Tom Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. hackney. Heavy carriages demand heavy saddle horse. 1 his fancy saddle stallion will make the season Keene's dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom'a Montgomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black mite from Mil!edgvile, horfes. It needs but abight of a modern of 1895 at our stable Sampson. Tom Keene's ad dam by Mogul, bj Lincoln county, Ky.,on the Stanford it Milledge-villrubber tired brougham to show tho pike. Owing to the scarcity ol money we Compromise, by Tippecanoe, by Black Hawk, b fine young Jek will serve a limited num- will stand him Imp. Warrior. Gov. tit. John's dam Dolly Woods, horso brooder that the horso which ia This by Tullv's Warrior, herdsman imported jennet. l Dollars. woll adapted to tho phaeton or ovon ber of mares at Six if mar Is traded or parted b'o Season money due The above finely bred young jack, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. lines trace twice to the great Warriorwhuse and family W. S. GARNER, tho surrey will not do iu tho Bhafts or with. Crab Orchard, Ky. to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the War13 at tho polo of a vohiclo of such weight Money due when the colt comes or the maro is rior family, with an iufusion ol fresh importe parted with Marea graied or fed at reasonable bloou cloo up. has proved a great breedtr. Will There must bo 111 oro bono, a larger prices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any stand at JO to insure a living colt lo approved framo, n heavier body, but oil without occur. mares and SIO for jenniti, without distinction as Gilt Edge la a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane to sex ol progeny. I will also stand coarseness. Aud then tho flying, oxtend-oand tail, 15 hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. trot of tho light road horso must bo Bar stallion, 16 hands high: foaled In 1890; goes 6, 1886, and is a perfect saddle horse. SAM SMAIJL, perfectly. Full and took replaced either with tho statoly, dwell- all the gaits great show mare brother to bilver Gilt Edge was showed as a 3 rear-olsiuic km. Kirksvllle and Danpremium ing atrido of tho coach horso or tbo King and the Time. First dam Mollis Mounlz the sweepstake own ring ut Harridsburg Those At J4 to insare a living co't Sam Is said to be the lie is by ua at ville and la his quick, high action of tho hackney. An by Cabbera Lexington. who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are best cotton mule jack in the country. cordially invited to look at our horse and see him B. P. PO WELL. understanding of what tho market move. will holp to put tho breeder on He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning- nam's lewel, ne oy cm wasnington ummaric tho ritdit track aud will show tho trot THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Brown stallion, lj hands high; foaled Id 189a. Ills first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. advocate, if ho bo amonnblo Sired by Woods' Kagle Bird. Vint dam Mollie ting horso Second dam by Wells' Crustder, his first dam by you Stonewall a Mounlz. as by Washington to roasou, that ho cuuuot All tho bill will find in above. This is as fine all horse asgaits ho by IllackJackson, he his first dam by Denmark, saddle Kentucky aad goes Crusader, Denmark, hor&o which has bo loug boon good. with tho he by Old Whip, second dam a Kocky Mountain mare. popular with tho American public in Rata Record 1:1a;. Sire of Gilbert 3 aSW. and sweepstake prcn- MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Winner of the breast strap haraoss to light vohioles. lliuit tut laiiUMiu'uivu imni MUledgeville, Ky. Broodor a Gazette. World'a Fair, 1S93. Dark brown atatlion, isjf hands high sired by Chester Dare. First dam Daisy, by Wallace DenSired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19T Making Pic Fat. mark, and dam by Dick Elmore. Daisy has been Sire of 4a in a 30 list. a blue tie I fattened two pigs that woro bought old form. winner In many rings in her 3 anl 4 year 1st dan. Maud, by Garrard Chief, sireofBasi agea thcu woro Nov. 0, 1893. Thoir The above stallions will make tbe season of 1895 Duke a i3 and Lady Vciser, dam of five in 2 31 THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, Thoy wero fed at my stable mile from Stanford on the list, ad dam Nellie, by son of Billr Boyce a 14, b 2 and 3 months. at 3d dam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorWinner of 8500 stake at Lexington, won second tlio hoads of clovor hay that broko off money in $500 stake at Versailles, winner of aged oughbred oambonlto 8(19 will make the season of 1895 at ns it foil from tho mow mixod with No, premium and sweepstake at Pans, also winner of other premiums In 1S93 since which time he has Central Park, at tbe low price of 1 chop feed 2 quarts clovor hoads and been in tbe stud. 1 quarts of chop feed. Tho clover was MaresColta stand good for season $ money. month, EAGI E HIRDisa besutllul brown, with small $25 to Insure a Living Colt per from a distance kept at boiling water nnd then tho but not responsible for accidents. soaked in star, standa over 16 hands, has a flowing mane preand a heavy tail. the handsome black son o Gambonita a 19 chop feed added. This was fed twico n Stallions in charge of Hoy S. Ueasley. Am Eagle Bird was sired by King Eagle, winner of that great young sire, Gambetta Wilkes a igi , has pared to handle hurc at reasonable prices rt very littlo skimmilk, for n day, with more than 40 blue tics. been declared by the highest authority, ana alter RRIS 1st dam by Star Eagle, oest son ol Cabbell's Lexgoing through the most trying tests, the fini month. Then I added ono quart of bran ington. and most perfect specimen ot standard bred tin and n littlo ear corn for another mouth, M. S. riAUCIIMl.V. dam by that J. W. RaUGIIMAN ad Denmark.Hamlet Denmark, son cf Wa.hingtou ting stallionbeing lives. Gambumto wears tho o Ifi the handsomest trotting staliiu.. cial seal aa whon I added about ton oars of corn jd dam by Harris' Denmark, son oi Miller's Den- iu the world, and all who have seen the kingl., daily for six woeks. From this tinio mark. frm and lordly bearing of this proud monarch o' uis staEagU Hird will make the season ol 185 tho equine world know how justly the mantlet. thoy wero fod tho clover and chop feed ble two miles west ol Stanford, on the ahelby long and so worthily worn by Mambrino King b In the morning and then filled on oar PROrRIETOHS- City pike, at the extremely low price of lougs to this grand production of Kentucky GauibJiuto is a jet black stallion, j nt corn nud a littlo skimmilk nnd water; 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, and as an in & SALE $15 to Insure a Living Colt. at noou oar corn aud wntcr. This woa JLIVERY, dividual worthily weara ihe title, "the finest bi d stallion in tho world," as awarded him fed until thoy woro killod March 23, Money or cash ncte will be required when a trotting the World's Fair committee. He was awarded the 1891. Thoy dressed 183 pounds each. living colt Is obtained. grand p.ize ottered tor standard bred stallions fiv - - Kentucky. Kagle Hird is one of the greatest show horses In years old and over and also first pnie for troitin j Pigs never grow fastor than did those.- Kentucky, as his record in iSj3 will attest. As a of auy again harness. Thus he was v. J. H. Sullwood in ltural Now Yorker. breeder of fine, good colored, high styled celts ne stallions two most important prizes offered at l e ner of the you need livery give us a call. Nothing but is not surpassed. II Columbian Exposition. Mares Irom a distance will be lurnUhed graa World's turnouts will leave our stable. See us at 3 years old, nn XJtd Stock I'olnts. His first colt, Gilbert a after May 1st at Si.jo per month and must be paid four out of five races in 1893 as for rates. In our In , at the removal cf the mares, do with idlohorsca in winter What to breeds speed and Individuality. It you want Care will be taken to prevent accidents and HARNESS SHOP Is the one kind to sell, Gambonito Is n hard problem. A good plnn in disbut will net be rpunible shoulu any oc- raise the colls; they will apt k see of Harness, tricts whero tho ground is not frozon You will find a good assortment repairing done Bri- cur Parting with or removal of mares forfeits the breed to. Call and his for themselves. by insurance. dles, Saddles, Ac Haveour Eolid to tho depth of several feet is to our man he understands his business. We have a E. P. WOODS. uso them to do tho hauling whilo you mechanic in our STAR. dig a poud for irrigation purposes in BLACKSMITH SHOP. Saddle Horse Register. 1034 summer. Many farma havo brook or Mahogony bay, 15JJ bands, sound in every par work and satisfactory Will spring or springy soil in a placo high prices.guarantee horse shoer. Foaled May, 1891. icular. Try our Sired by RED PRINCE 34, by Second Jewel 4 enough to nHord considerable fall. At 55. Goes all the gaits to perfection and without any by jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmu n convenient placo dig n good sized 64, by Gaines' Dinoiark 61, by Denmark K. S., o, GEO. II. COOI'EU. training trots under a 40. Kllteen and II YEAGER. Imported Hfdgeford. pond. Covor tho bottom nnd sidos with JAMES bauds high. 1st dam Dhmond M(. a brown mnre, 16 bamU Hv Sumpter Denmark, Jr, he by Godda'd's clay, water cement, or wall it, ns you Cromwell's Denmark, by Nobby 36, sire of Nobby, Jr., ais, by Garrj.., Denmark, he by Gaines Hedge-forChief, siro of Basil Duke 3 aS$, by Mnmbitn liko best. It will 1111 full uutl fctny full. he by the ra e horso Denmark, he by Imp Chief, and the dams of iSarnbonilo a igxi, wot. Id tho hot dry weather of summer you Veiscr, J' I'annle Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, he champion, and Lady Ulamond dam of 3 iu a K Proprietors of. I dam 513, by Len can connect it by hoso plpo with your by Todhuuter's Sir Wallace, to by ir Al- better, ad dam Old b ers. 3d dam by Gaston's Laf.iyetto. thorougl.brcd. bert, farm garden or borry patches nnd raiso a dam...by V'lrglmus, dam of Vlreiulus by Tran-bifHt Is the kind to breed to. Vou fi Thornton bouutooua crops in sp.ito of drought thoroughbred; he by Mason's on his sire's sido he runs back to Imp. Hedge)' STANFORD, KY. fJ Thus your horses will moro than pay On is dani'a side ho has tho liott.iig by, by Mambrino Chief 11, aud is the sire of 3 dam ..a Whip mare way iu winter. LIervbur-inetsau- a thoir Havi"g bought of P W Green his 3:30 trotters; btt.dua itubby is aire ut a great u.. . $10 tbe Insurance. added low of our best saddle horses, and is a registered Tho kind of stock that you can't keep prepared to furnish buggies and horse, we aie die stallion and also trotting stud. becanso it ia m good that buyers snap it Diamond, the dam ol Thornton Star, Is 16 Lai and Is ono ot the finest mares in Kentucky lot FIRST-CLAS- S up nt onco is tho kind that you want to TURNOUTS She is a noted shoo mare with reat style and v3 raiso oYcry time. 16 hands and as fine On short notice The traveling public will find WiMflr., n,nm.rf ... tion. His and dam was Qivt.Mii Imn.lc litul. It anybody's. Thornton Star was exhibited lasn i to lurmth and Breed for sizo and speed in tho Amer- us always ready cuher willing 01 double, or Drum- See DpJierit: oi Wallace Denmark .. Carri single mers' Wagons, ican road ltorco. rinero is uo better iu ages of a, I kinds at ery LOW PRICtS. The dam Mag 37, by Vidctte, by Vindex, by Blood s fairs and only met defeat once or twice, alv. i Videtie's being a contending hoie iu tue sauuie Black hawk he by Old Illack Hawk boys in and around town will also find u the peo liio vtuiid. first dam by Whip, ad dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old will, I think, this coming season be ine boss am pie to dial with. Stop with ns when iu town at ve1st dam by M mbrino Chief sadale stallions, and the horso that beats him Tiger. Vindex'a Shropshire:) niid Oxford Down shoep couits and entertainments and your horse and it, ad dam by Old Bay Messenger, 3d dam by make Lis owner proud of the job. He i -lim. havo wool growing woll down on tho hicle will be weil cared for every parlli ular , gia all the gu iiu Cannon's Whip. ykagkr & coornr Ky ery thing right to a letter, as it ahouM be y Myers House Stable, Stanford, legs, whilo tho Southdowua havo S; a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he by serve a fin Itcd uuraber of uiatcaAt $15 TO Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thorsmooth, hairy legs. service. oughbred Note If mares bred and in loal should cl.- n Tlicro ia many a tirjo good work for Whip, thor- hands money due at that time. Mares kei ..1 3 dam by Virglnlus, he by Mason's D. S. oughbred. farm horses iu winter, if thoir ownora reasonable rates, but not responsible for accicu 1. 9 should any occur 4 dam a Whip man, just iitutlo around nud find it, will Hustonvillo, Ky., WM. (VI. RUE. Daiivuiu. cither ut home or in neighboring towns. $10 tho Insurance. Good White Seed Oals for tale. Tonuesseo is rapidly rising into fame Stock committed to my care and breeding wiP ay ns n live stock state, especially in tho Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies &c. receive my personal toaltcuthn. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, be p Id before removal of production of mules nnd trotting horses. stock. No responsibility lor accidents or esc ipes. Furniture and Stoves. jsmssssis Pa'ting with stock fuifeits insuiance. Sows bred at 12 mouths old will In and vigorous litters. It docs uot pay Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows. Step I'uiu:t-i- see a Red Pigs for sale. bring Ucu libt ul uxckl.g .h. lis ud J. STEELE CARPENTER, j to breed them till thoy aro at least 8 Stoves cheaper tbau ever bciore. Hustonville, Ky. Livery Stable and Ulacksmlth Shop for rent. old. rrisafarairTs MtmiTv months 1 Will make the seaion ol 1895. Henry Watterson At to Insure a Living Colt. E W-ILLI.A.:iV- Xj., eighry-thrc- SIX! OR 7 GOOD JACKS, one-flit- h one-fift- h Logan, JUIjVCIBQ. LOGIC 917. lind ae-s- cou-tr- al English :- Hunter. Emperor 27. s tho.-ewl-io high-taile- d Tost-Offi- BRIGNOLIA. lam-H- y 1 11 GILT EDGE 261. JOHN, CLINTON, JR. e d ROYAL KING. d is Eaglet. Gaml.onito 8419. Chester Denmark. 1 EAGLE BIRD! Huston-villepl- le $10 to Insure a live Colt. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, .11 horne-transhi- FEED STABLE. Stanford, first-cla- ss l -- aS'-f- THORNTON 11 first-clas- s Wallace Denmark, three-quarte- rs Yeager & Cooper, A-- d. Livery aiiclcFced Stable, y, I c. 1 -- ILEXllillL 8;o 1 nu s - OAKPMTER, r?ss1srasHssssHsssr'Jr' mm e. sssW aV Y Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 12, 19fr5 Stanford, Kt., - April E. C. Walton, Business Manager Ivory 6oap) hr probnbly, "the best ono In tho shop," as ho had suggested, bcniuso Julio didn't enre for thnt. It was known by tho vestry that thero would bo n minister In tho nature of a temporary "supply" for tho old rector, who was growing feeble. It had been tho request of Ilcv. Joseph Thompson thnt his nnme should uot bo announced until after tho morning services. The vestry appreciated his wishes. This was his native town. To Julio thero was no need that tho name should bo given,, even though tho tninlst'.r's hair was ns white as his surplice, and twenty-ilv- o years had passed since sho had seen thnt face. Sho knew that her big brother John would never again rally her about her long-losweetheart. Ho had arisen. st means so much more than you imagine serious and j fatal diseases result Irom trifling ailments neglected. Don't play widi Nature's r greatest gift health. In Poor Health nnit MmMl Rmwrfc Jf II F Pi If youatefeellnp; out of sorts, weak crnrrallv ML htusteil, ncnous, J Floats SZS & iron niTTaOrc BEST FOR SHIRTS. THE PROCTER QAMDLE CO. CINTU HAWpJ ROSE, k t)M r (Cs-fe-a- n A v rrt t C '- - ml wi-'O- Jr ..f For a J stood with his back to tho flrcplaco jsSMkIMm llrst In tho living-rooon ono toot then on tho other, toasting tho soles of his heavy boots. Ho had just cotno in from his work of repairing tho broken places in tho worm fences on tho little blue grass farm which ho had inherited, and on which stood tho log houso in which ho had made his first years beappearanco on earth fifty-od. OIIN MICOU d Jkwl V i? r B Near by, that is to say, within a mllo or 60 from Chinquapin hill, sjtood tho A stylish Hair TrimlorlClcan Shave, go la ancient village of Perley, whoso spires Oook & Farmer's Barber Shop. and other highest objects could bo seen, in almost any kind of weather, from tho altitude of tho farmhouse. Jacques and Louiso Micou, tho founders of tho American Micou family, had long ago gone to tho last rest and their children wero out in tho world, prosperous people, heads of families who still spoke of Chinquapin hill as "home," and who with their children frequently CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a came to tho old placo for summerlngs, answer and Hn honest opinion, write to CO.. ILNNit In tho who hare had nearly flf tv ye An' a few at a time, or many of them, as patent business. Communica experience circumstances were, and It was always tion atrlctlr conQdentlal. A Ilnndbook of In formation concerning l'ntenta and bow to oba haven when a haven was needed. tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of median. leal and scientific books sent free. Of tho sons and daughters of Jacques Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive pedal notice In the Scientific Arnrrlcnn, and and Louiso thcro wero two, however, tuna are brought widely before tho public with-owho had never left Chinquapin hill excoat to the inventor. This splendid paper, leaned weekly, elegant ly lllnstrated, has by far the cept on social or business visits. They largest circulation of any scientific work In tho wero John and Julie. John you havo world. 83 a year, copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly, tiM a year. Hlngto already met. Ho was tho youngest son Krery number contains beaucopies, Uli cents. tiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new of tho family and tho master of Chinhouses, with plans, enabling builders to Dhow the quapin hill, and ho had a glorious famlatest design and secure contracts. Address MUNN & CO NEW VOUK. 3 01 fiBOAUWAY. ily of boys and girls, about a dozen In all, and Mrs. John was yet ahandsomc, quiet and happy matron Refreshing Bath. Hot or Cold, fore. at white-haire- d, of fifty. IDA Julio was tho "old maid" of tho family. She was trim and neat, demure and forty-odd, sweet-face- d VnfflBuwg Superb Vestibuled Trains MeJack-aoavll- le. tu, To Lexington, Chattanooga, Birmingham, ridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and FROM CINCINNATI Through Sleeping Cars to Birmingham, Albany, Knox vllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vlckaburg and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles and San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest vis New or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA Seed (or Literature ni Time Tables. CHAS.W. ZELL.D. P. A., Cor. 4th and Race sts , beloved by the entiro tribo and tho especial lovo and butt of her almost brawny yet tender brother John. Ho rallied her about her old maid ways, but frequently hugged her like a bear, when she camo in his way, and always released her with a gentle kiss. Late in tho afternoon of a soft day soft as to the condition of the soil early in tho year of grace, 1S93, whilo John Micou was toasting the soles of his boots before tho fire, as he stood first on ono foot and then on tho other, ho was joking Julio as usual, and upon his favorite theme. "Joe Thompson will be in at Easter, won't he, Julie? Joo's hair must be a sight by this timo if ho hasn't had it cut any more than he did in those days. That would be a Maybo he's bald. and swect-jnan-nere- d, as Cincinnati' NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO too." Julie gave a sly little glance at her big old brother and something in her eyes that had tho hint of a hunted John, seeing favru pawned over them TEXAS, in his arms, held her up it, caught her S0UTB-WEas if sho wero a child and kissed her, SS WEST, NOETB-WSSthen sat down with her on his lap and said: FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. "I think I would go and hunt him up and slap him over if ho wero worth tho THE BEST ROUTE TO THE trouble. But ho isn't, and never was, and I wish you would quit thinking about him, honey, for I know you alyLLMAM VESTIBULED COACHES, e field of ways are. I'm worth a ' SLEEPING AND DINING CAR? such as hlra and you've got me." For answer to this Julio turned her SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE face to her big brother's shoulder and iORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI he said nothing more till bho lifted her d CHEAPEST, BEST N0 QUICKEST LINE. cheeks and looked away, trying to hide tho weakness. Dcscripti Write for Rate, Slaps, "Never mind, honey," John conamplilcu, to any (Station Agent, or to M. f. BRAQO. tinued, "I'tij, going to give you carto ALLIN HULL, WB.ar.VILL, At. Trswllaf 11m. A( 1I. tr m-- l...jrr AU HOAMIKg. TA. T, S1 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN,) MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, JOHN RALLIED JULIE. natural judgment ngalust him. You must havo hit him pretty hard to mako him stay away so long, and him so do-vote-d, NORTH AND EAST. ten-acr- tear-tinte- Time-Table- s, great manufacturing establishment. A contingency had arisen in tho establishment that made it necessary for him to start oq tho Monday morning, succeeding Easter Sunday, in obedienco to a sudden message. On his way, in tho early morning, to tho villago where he was to take passage, Joo called at Chinquapin Hill to say "good-by,- " and nlso, let us hopo, to apologize to Julio for his almost brutal words of tho Saturday before. Julio was ill and not knowing that ho was going oo far away so suddenly did not seo him. Lovo is exceedingly sensitive and is eminently powerful in constructing mountains from molo hills. Joseph Thompson, as ho pursued his way, ruminating upon tho Bubject, concluded, of course, that Julio was angry with him, when, indeed, she had never bee.o.jjngEEJn blaiiclfo to fleeonrto tTio church for Easter, and how's your bonnet? Well, you shall have the best ono in tho shop and tho prettiest. Now run away, I know you want to." Sho arose and giving John tho tiniest kiss on tho ear or somewhere in that neighborhood vanished in her gentle way. "I wish that milksop had been born in lleloochistan and never left home," John Micou remarked to himself, ns ho contemplated the bald head of one of tho brass andirons. Tho Micous had descended from Huguenot stock that had originally settled in North Carolina, and had been their inherited religion. Julio's religion was second nature to her. Indeed it was almost if I may bo allowed tho term. Joseph Thompson and Julio Micou had been sweethearts from their childhood and this association of the two had grown to be a settled and accepted fact In tho two families who were as close as adjoining farms and two generations of intimacy could make them, and yet tho Thompsons were Methodists. There camo an Easter season Just about tho timo when Joo and Julio wero at tho portals of manhood and womanhood in which Julie, with other maidens of the church, for two or three days before Easter Sunday, was busily and devoutly dressing, adorning and decorating tho walls, chancel and pulpit of tho old chapel in tho villago for the approaching festival. There were some young men 'in the llttlo church with the girls helping them nbout tho heavier part of their pleasant and congenial tasks, and in tho chatter among tho young folks banterthere arose some ing concerning denominational faiths. Ono of tho other girls remarked that thero was really only ono Christian church, "tho Holy Catholic," meaning, of course, its Protestant side, and that such denominations as Methodists, Baptists and the like wero only "societies." Tho "insane impulse" is something to which nearly all intelligent persons arc moro or leas exposed, at soino timo in some way. Tho inclination to .spring from a high placo to the depths below; to throw one's belf under a rapidly passing railway train; to say a harsh thing at tho wrong time, nre, perhaps, soma of tho moro violent phases of this "impulse," and it was that kind of an insane impulse that led Joe Thompson on that Saturday afternoon to say: "More religion and less ceremony is good to havo in a chnVch. But that can't bo expected in the Episcopal church, of which the best thing ever said 13 that it doesn't bother with religion or politics." Young Mr. Thompson may havo been urged to this under the delusion that ho was saying something very humorthough ho knew it to ous, second-hanbe. Ho had barely uttered the words when ke caught a look from Julie that made him feel just as If ho had struck her a violent blow in tho faco with his clenched fist. It was tho same look of tho hunted fawn that has been mentioned before in this true tale. Ho was heartily ashamed of it, but did not go to Julio with humble apologies and contritely beg her pardon as ho should have done. When tho work In tho church was completed Julio accompanied a school-tim- e friend and chum to her homo in the village and remained until time for services tho following day, Easter Sunday. Then bho went homo with the others, in tho family carriage, to Chinquapin Hill. Sometimes when things start the wrong way it seems that tho track Is lubricated to facilitate swiftness. It had been arranged that Joo Thompson was to go to a distant city, in duo time, to take a placo in business with a maternal undo who was tho head of a Episco-palianlsm "first-nature,- " good-nature- d d I I'a-- her life. tluniffJu KUAMISi. YA. tUUIH8,U. something that might or might not be. They wero men who lived, suffered, died and disappeared without a trace, as countless millions of other mortals havo done. Tho Nnzarcuc so lived, so suffered and so died. Divinity stumped His words and His works, but humanity wns in His agony and bloody swent, anil in His giving up of tho ghost. As a man that had been, His body was laid away in tho tomb and His disciples mourned as for a man thnt was not. The announcement: "He is not here; Ho is risen," was tho Dlvlno thrill thnt was destined to quicken nil tho dead into life and put n new song into tho mouth of humanity. Bless llod for tho glad tidings, tho confirmation of Christ's words to Mnrtha: "I am tho resurrection and tho life. Whosoever livcth and believeth In Mo shall never die." Light comes out of the shadows of death, and the face that Is wet with gravo may look tears nt a upward to the Christ-sta- r of promise and say with Paul: "0 grave, where is thy victory?" O, springtime of resurrection of nature, when tho trees put on energy nnd tho ground is instinct with new life; when (lowers spring up as by magic and send fragrance out everywhere, how filling that Easter flay, day, should bo comUK.V1H.NO JOK'S LETTER memorated in the midst of vernal beauty. How meet that the bells shall look in her eyes became moro and moro ring glad notes and that the service of frequent, nuil bho grew to bo the littlo tho churches shall partake of the uniold maid that she was, ishvuys expect- versal gladness of nature. Christ is ing that Joe would come some day, and risen from the dend and become the then dear, old, big brother John would first fruits of them that sleep. I lull, quit joking her about tho lost sweet- Easter day! harbinger of mini's final heart of "way back yonder." triumph over death, when they that Strangely things sometimes happen sleep in Him shall bo raised and join to change tho whole course of a life. their deathless Lord. For instauce: A plain, common, everyTim Soiir cif Kaater. day printer, who had just returned to Tho song of jubilee has gone forth his side of tho country after tho great war of seeking employment in and the old men are saying: "The Lord tho "black art" that ho had abandoned is risen from tho dead." The young four years before, to become a soldier, men and maidens catch tho glowing was in a steamboat explosion and camo theme, and tho littlo children, scarcely down on his head from his blowing up, comprehending tho source of their joy, striking in buch a way that his bumps with glad hearts rejoice because Jesus of humor and pathos, that He so closo is risen from tho dead. All over tho together, were so developed when ho earth tidings have gone forth, and ns picked himself out of a swath of dead tho valleys and the plains have been people lying on tho river bank, thnt ho ringing out their praises on this bright got ten thousand dollars' damages, be- Sabbath morning, how many hearts came a newspaper proprietor and grew havo been singing: "Our Jesus. Is gone rich nnd famous from his writings and up on high." it all. i:asti:k-ku(- i iiuntj.no in afuica. Joseph Thompson was one day borne from the scene of a western saloon brawl, wounded and unconscious, to a hospital. It happened to be an Episcopal institution to which ho was carried, and it was more liko a home than a hospital. Ho had a long and hard tussle and wrestle for life, but ho came out of it at last, subdued, refined ns by fire, changed altogether for tho better. His native intelligence assumed a stronger swn' than it had ever gained beforo and his heart turned to better things; to home, and Julie, and religion. During his long convalescence ho had tho almost continual companionship of tho Judge. young rector who had charge of tho Tho .Joy of tli Morning. hospital chapeL Joe fitted himself, Let us rejoice nt this season, with easily, for confirmation in tho church. Ho had learned its catechism, creed, joy unspeakable, that Jesus, tho risen litany and general services when a boy Saviour, continues to bo Lord over for Julie's sake; ho studied for orders, denth and the gravo. May every boul was ordained ns a minister nnd was that is Hearing tho bound of life; every soul that is troubled nnd distressed begiven charge of a western parish. Tho timo came when ho longed to cause of bereavements; every doubting preach In tho chapel at Perley, and it heart, every weary pilgrim, longing for was on tho Easter Sunday morning of tho rest nnd peace of tho Father's house, bo filled with tho joy of Easter. 1893 that ho did so. Ho arrived unannounced at Perley tho evening before. Weeping tuny enduro for n night, but John Micou had kept his promise joy cometh in tho morning. with Julie, as ho always did with all Why Ha Fusted. persons. Sho had carefully used his Smith Have you been fasting durcarto blancho to prepare for tho Easter servico tho chapel that had grown to ing Lent? Fly boy Don't see how I can help it, bo a church, and sho wore to church boy; holds truuk that morning tho pretty and modest old board my landlady to stick my her. and I've got by his heart for bonnet that John had bet upon her having, though it was uot Texas Slftlngs. new-mnd- o Christ-resurrectio- from tho blow ho had given. Ho made Borne poor excuses for himself to but the foundation that upheld him in it all was that ho would smooth matters over, If necessary, In his letters, and ho would seo her in the bummer. Besides, Mr. Joseph Thompson felt very much elated, bomewhat conas ceited and altogether rural young men nearly always do under anything like similar circumstances. He felt proud, indeed, to think that the cit3' could not, very well, get along without him. It transpired that tho inexperienced Joseph fitted tho city too well, but his uncle's business not closely enough. Tho story is so old that to repeat It would seem to bo a waste of time, not to speak of Its conunonplaceness. Joe's letters were just liko nil such letters for a time, and then they fell oil just as letters do when young men from tho country start in tho city on tho pace that kills. Joe's dismissal from Ids uncle's servico brought him n consciousness of disgrace. Ho went elsewhere indeed far off into tho west to accept a situation obtained under tho inlluenco of a loon companion. Ugly habits brought moro bad results and thus tho years went on. Home and Julie had become a befogged memory. But Julie herself kept on in her devotion to tho littlo chapel, and with Joe beside it In her heart, whilo tho hunted him-bel- f, self-sattsfle- trulli lo lell," sTib was" stllVsulTerlhg Tho light of tho world comes from a tomb. It is not Golgotha thnt inspires er Iff tho Christian, for tens of thousands f havo died upon a cross; but it is the sepulcher of tho Arimathean about which center tho fnith and tho hopo of all believers. The ages had groped in Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver darkness until the coming of tho Christ. Neuralgia, Troubles, True, Job had declared with sublime Const livit Inn. R.11I ninvt posltiveness: "lltnow thnt my RedeemMalaria, Ncrvoua ailments llvoth," yet ho also put forth tho er , Women's complaints. anguished inquiry: "If a man die shall Hrt nnlv It e rrtiulne It hntrrfMieil ml ho live again?" Thero is nothing in nil lines on the wrapper. All others are sub- - S tho Hebrew theology that gives assurdilutes, On receipt of two ac sumps we will send set of Ten lleautlful WollJ's ance of a future life. Hero there is a l book free. hint nnd there a faint suggestion in ' I'alr Views BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. tho Old Testament, but there is uot ono absolute promise In all Its pifges. Tho Sadducees of Christ's day wero philoso PCmODICALS. pliers and scholars, yet they utterly de Harper'i Macaiin", One Year ...... ..$4 o nied the doctrine of resurrection. Men Harper', Weekly, ' " ...... 4 ej found the terror of death a burden Harpor't llaiar, " .. " ... 4 00 they could not cast off. Christ came and Haiper'i Young I'ccplt . " 00 In His death nnd resurrection from tho tree to all ubtcrlbcrs in the United Pot dead brought life and immortality to Stairs, act Canada and Meitco. light. The Chinese hnve a Confucius, Addreit UAKI'KH & HKOIIIFKS. the Hindoos u Buddha and tho MohamI. O Ho w, N. Y Citr. medans a prophet, each of them n great teacher and a good man; but NATIONAL BANK they left the dogma of immortality where they found it a gloomy, uncerOr STANFORD, KY. 1 11 and can't work, t'CRln nt onccian- iiik trie most lili. irruiTltirllltll- - a " .".""...-- . mriiicinc.wiiii.ii i J mount iron lwl. A lew tics cute-benrnmri itiitti inc? M "- -. 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It is better supplied now with lacllitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever bsforsia its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-isnt fidu-ciand. Atltntiun of Iht public u invited lo Ihf fa. t Ihaithisit the only National Hank Id Stanford The Directory of thli llank 11 composed ol Forcstni Ileid, Lincoln county; S T Harris, Lincoln; J H Collier, Lincoln; J W Hayden, Stanford; S It Haughman.i Lincoln; J S. Mocker, Stanford; W. A. Trllll., Slajford; M D Kltaore, Stanferd; T I Hill, Stanford; Tauntr,;McKinner , J MKIer.ilt. Vernon Ky J s. Heeler, I'resldent; L. M K. Jno I McKoberts, Cashier; A A. McKinney, Asit Cashier. n Fanners Ranlc&Trnst Co OT STANFORD, KY , lanowfullj'organltcd and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. 20 000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. 11ANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undir the same management. Uy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aio depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individual! liaole to the ttnt of the amoun. of their slock thereto at the par value thsreol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares, It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsineis to ut while mnaginK Ihe Lincoln National llank al Slanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their business with us, olfrring as a guarantee for prompt attention lo same, our twenty years' eipcrience ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking, DiniCTous: IS01-C- J J. Williams, ML Vernon; . II. Shanks, btanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kuibry, Stanford; J. H. Owsley, Stanford; J r Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgetille, W. II, Ctimnini, S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J. ILOwsJey, Cashier, W. M.Unght, j'riiclxri ilia felcr Portland. To the San Francisco. NOET1WEST Via 1 he -") CI lOUItVUUNlWAtBAITf CHICA.6 ftf5 Only Dining Car Route From Lomsirxxxs TO CHICAGO. Elegant I'ullmin Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any Information, address FHANK J. REID, f E. II. I1ACO.V, or i D. P. Agent, li. I'. Agent, ) Chicag (, Louisville. I Denver. I 'MONOV Koute. lie SURE to can for j St. Paul. iB'lsssMss ( .'Mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Dan km' glassware is Belling liku hot cakeB. is Skk our Cable Temp'o gold npecH. Thoy aro beauties. Dunks, the optician. m Stantohd, Ky., - iiuii. To Momtow 12, 1085 tonville. at Shanks.' horse show day at . t Una- - Tub latest styles in straw hats at tho lowest prices nro to be found nt .Shanks,' E. C. Walton, Uusiness Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Mu. and Mim. 11. S. WiTiir.HB wont to Miia. U. S. Lytlb hii.1 Robbie runny wont to Louiflvillf, Wednesday. Mibs Km ma Owslky Is upending tbo week witli her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Lackey. Mn. and Mrs. L. 0. Alcorn, ofGroona burg, passud tbrougb to Lancaster Tue'fl-dn- Louisville yesterday. y. M it. T. M.Scott, of Somerset, waa up to ace bis brother, Kthelburt 1). b'cott, Kerj. Miifl.TiioMi'd. 1). KANKVftiid daughter aro visiting MrB. Max Salinger in Louia- Villi". Mna. M. J. WiTHKits went up to Flat Lick Tuesday to visit her sistur, Mrs. G M. Smith. Mns. Mahv Dickinson nnd Mm. V. L. Porter, of Glasgow, aro guests of MrB. W. K. Kllla. Klduk G. V. Gowa.v, thu brilliant young preacher at Jancaater, is the guest Somu miscreant let down two of tho of Elder V. E. Kills. , arc lights tho other night when they Mkb. LizziuYKAOiiiinnd pretty daugh-torwern't burning and tied tho ropes across of Boyle, visited MIbs Katie Le tho pavement to trip people up, but it friends hero thin week. was discovered in timo to prevent accMibo Sai.i.ik Kay, of Garrard, plater of idents or scaru horses, Store, is Mr. John Kay, of the TiiKiir. aro liars and liars, but tho great Montlo lliirris. veiling Mia Mk. C. J. Okaio and family have inov-e- d est of nil is Harry Giovannoli, of tho in to thu hoiiao on Danville street ad- Danville Advocate. Ho has tbo gall to print that Dr. Orear caught in Green vertised by Mr. A. 1). Uoot. Mim. Ckciua Kitimihoubkn Bailey Hiver 1,7.11 Iiass weighing from threo to live pounds and hung n big one that will eing In Louisville next week to MIkh Dollio VVilliauif got away. Mu. S. V. Moohk, operator at Lebanon is a good deal of matter in this Junction, spent a week hero with his TtiriiK issue uppropriato to Kaster, which you brother, Train Dispatcher 0. A. Mooro. can spend this Good Friday in reading. Mksiiamks Fohuti'b Hkid and W. II. Wo suspect, however, tho average female Miller and Mian Mary Kolil vontto Danrender would rather purchase an Easter ville yesterday to visit Mrs. Mary How hat than read all tho Ktister literature in tin. ever printed. MadiDk. I. H. Oldham and wife, of . m son, are down to see, thu iatter'a mother, Stii'MK Mnii'iiY says that tho pros-peMrs. A. O. Nowland, who is threatened for fruits of nil kinds at present is with pneumonia. above tho average. Tho peach crop, hu el Why not be in the stylo when you can get a Btrnw hat, tio and a suit of Kkiiuced prices on all goods for Kister clothes at any price you want nt Shanks'. . at Dnnkp, tho jeweler. Xukilkii shoes in groat variety Ht Koit Salb. A good second-hanbicyShnnks.' They nra thu moat stylish, cle. Address lock box 10!!, Stanford. most durable, most comfortable and tho cheapest. Ik yon want cakes, biscuita Juikjk Saoklby held n special term of nnd llghtbread get Obelisk Flour from tho circuit court Wednesday for the trial J. 0. Florence. of somo equity cases. Judge K. J. BreckIk you want good, strong, inridge, H. P. Jacobs and Robert Hardharness, tho place to go is M. S. & J. W. ing, Keqs , were in attendance. Baughman'u. They will sell you tho best at the lowest prices. Tun Young Ladies' Aid Society will Wk want 100,000 lts. of wool for which servo refreshments at tlio exchange towo guarantee thu highest market price. morrow afternoon nt a nominal price. 10,000 V3. feathers, 100.000 dozen rgee, Call and onjoy thorn. Thocut flowers will 10,000 II. j. hams and sides, all at tho also he on hand for delivery to those who ordered them. highest market price. Hughes A Tate. Jailku J. T. Bbown and brother, Clay U.vaiilk to fumigate tho Academy Brown, of Casoy, delivered to Jailer building from thu polecat stench, which yesterday, Zke JCads, for safe(ills it since the eaciipado of thu boys, keeping until tho next term of court. Prof. Dully lias had to go to tho public Ends is charged with malicious shooting school building for a season with his Jamea Wesley, several weeks ago. classes. m d Xsw line of dress goods just received t t w-JL Li llrst-clas- B STRICTLY ONE PRIG home-mad- u Do-Bo- rd PHHHBHH iHMKHSH KHIffftTW. R flkHTVJ&ti KJJrafcMH HWSH - Two little fellows, Tom Cain ami Bob Geary, of Junction City, after rending a dinm novo!, took it into their heads to striko out for themselves and win fame and fortune. Thoy hid in a box car on the (J. A C. nnd had gotten far South, when Marshal Frank Ellis overtook and brought them back to bo switched by their papas. . j Tut )Oung ladies and gentlemen are l who present "Louva tho Pauper" at WhIiouV Opera House, Friday, April 10, are getting their parts down fine aud a creditable performance is assured. During tho play Mrs. A. G. Huffman will sing a solo to a piano accompaniment by Miss Xora Moroland and a violin obligate by J. L. Deckolman. Tho prico of admission will be 3o and 50 cents. d Sheritr T. D. received information this weok that tho men, Georgo Petrey nnd Joo Durham, accused of tho murder of old mau Apt bad been arrestod nt Vincennes, Ind., on a description Bnt and ho left Tuesday via Frankfort to proctiro a requisition beforo trying to bring them back. Ho got tho papers nil right, but not knowing ono of tho inon, ho could not identify him nnd consequently wns delayed iu his return. Ho is expected here with his prisoners New-lauto-da- y. m CLOTHING HOUSE (Successors to Henry & Sam Lyons) U.vdkii Akhuit. Mis Ulanciik Kino, who has made says, in some localities la badly damaged many friends during her stay here, while in others, not far distant, it is hurt spent n couple of days very pleasantly scarcely at all. There will bo a good with Mlsa Ethyl lUazley. many pears. Miss C A i.i.i k IIohton will remain in Islington whore bIio graduated at tbt LASTlTuesday was tho 00th anniverBusiness College She procured a po- sary of the surrender of Gen. Leo at Ap. sition at onco in the city to do steno- potnattox. A new generation Lbs como 011 the scene since then and but fow regraphy and typewriting. Mns. M. C. Ulminbidb ami Mrs. A. G. called tho event, which wsh bo recently Ilullman went to Iancaater yesterday to and so eloquently told of by Gen. Gordon in his lecture here. y boo Mrs. HurnslJe'fl great aunt. Mrs. Is very ill. Mrs. Myers Myers, who Ouk ollico is frequently honored with is I'd years old and it is thought she canvisits from birds, but yesterday whs tho not recover. first time a rabbit over took n notion to Mns. Jons A. IIaldkmah and children, visit us. Ono was run down tho street who have been visiting at Mr. John by dogs and seeing a safe retreat in our Buchanan's, Crab Orchard, returned to steps ho bolted up and Bought an asylum Louisville this week. Her husband will iu "our midst" and was easily caught. sail for Europe in a fow daya to be gone Wo suppose hu was attracted to town by threo montliB. tho excessively dull and painfully quiet time we aro experiencing. But it is rathCITr AND ViniNITY. er u joko on Stanford to receive audi visits. April 10th. Louva, tho Pan per, Bet-B- SATURDAY. APRIL 13TH J With a Magnificent Stock of Thomas McKoberts, of Danville, then sheriff of Lincoln county, qualified as administrator of the estate of Joseph Stuart. His property consisted, among other things, of a largo body of land in Pendleton county, which Mr. McKoberts Bold and paid over what mon'oy waa not lost by defaulting attorneys and plena of limitation. Tho heirs of Mr. Stuart, about CO in number, are nowauing Mr. McKoberts for $10,000 and over and tho caso ia being beard by Judge Saufiey, with Judge Breckinridge and Cul. Welch for tho plaintiff and Col. Jacobs and Hill A Alcorn for the m Ik 1S12, Mr. High Art Clothing, Imported Clay Worsteds and Finest Grade Cassimeres. Fort violating thu local option law, New fancy phtrts and neckties at Sov' Charles Armstrong, of color, waa fined pranco A Son's. 1100 each in two cases, Tuesday. AnllASDsoMBllnoof dinner seta just re- other negro sworo that Charley had sold ceived at Farris A Hardin's. him a stick of candy at ono time for 'JO eta. and throw in a drink of whisky and at A jolly good play is Iouva, tho House, April 19 another had chnrged him 'JO cents for a nt Wnlton's Opera ginger cuke nnd givu him n swill at his Buy Ijmdreth'fl gardeu seed; now bulk liquor bottle. The walking blind tiger cheaper than papers. W. B. McKob-ert- didn't havu ?200 about hia clothes, so ho went to jail to ponder over thu vauities r for sale, and vexations of a cruel world. second-ban- d cook slovo Good cheap. J. H. Kirby, tho insurance A hatiilh salacious case was tried here man. Tuesday. Miss Ollio Mack Young, who Foil n hot or cold bath, n clean, easy by tho way waa named for Dr. 0. II. and who is a daughter of Mr. shave or a Btyllsh hulr cut, go to WilkinAndrew Young, chnrged James Cash, son's. postmaster at Highland and a married Sekd Irish potatoes $1 per bushel; corn W. II. Wear-o- nun, with catching hold of her hand and tomatoes 5c per can at against her will and making demonstraA Co. tions sho did not liko. Mr. Cash said he Do you rido n wheol ? Buy a pair of only caught hold of her umbrella saying bicycle shoes and a awontor from Sever- "vou don't need this," but tho jury ance A Son. tho young lady's story and fined him 100, from which ho took an appeal. Marshal 0. J.Nkwland is rejoicing Ho says thoro is nothing in tho case and over tho arrival of a now town marshal will bent it next timo, but you can't alat his houso. ways toll. Four of tho laac jury wero Bbautikul lino of straw matting anil for adding 50 days in jail to the fine and lateBt patterns in wall papers nt Withers tho noxt may see tho case in tho eamo " light. It is an assault in tbo oyea of tho A Hockor'a. law to lay hands on a woman, even in Lauoh nnd grow Int. Admission 35ct tho slightest way without her consent. Keeervcd Beats 50c. Louva, tho Pauper, Walton's Opera Houso, April 19th. Worthy ok Emulation. Two neigh' bors of tho McCormackB church section Jon KicHAitnsoN, colomd, waa lined sat a good oxauiplo tho other day for $25 nnd given 10 dnya in jail by Judge their frionda to emulate. Dogs got into Davison, Tuesday, for carrying conceal- Air. Adam W. Carpenter's sheep fold and ed weapons. killed threo 0 wea nnd 23 lambs. Suspicion $'J,000'b worth of goods consisting of pointed to thu hounds of Capt. B. F. Bhoea, clothing, dry goods, notions, Ac, Powell nnd that gentleman hoing satisto cloao at coat. Como nnd buy them fied that thoy woro guilty, ho immediatewbilo thoy are cheap nt 0. D. Powell's. L't. ly put thorn to doatb, notwithstanding he is n fox hunter nnd thought n groat deal Tub woatherhaa boon especially fine of thorn. Then ho wont to Mr. Carpenfor several dayB and tbo buds and grasa ter and told him what ho had done and have como out wonderfully: "Increas- naked him to inako out bis bill for the ing cloudiness, warmer" read yestorday'a sheep and ho would pay it. "You hnvo prediction. dono all an honorable man need do" was reporter sends tho fol- tho responso, "and you do not owe mo a Our LiiiEHTY. lowing: Circuit court closed Tuesday cent." This evidence of magnanimity ovoning after n busy session. Tho jury wna appreciated by the captain nnd tho two becamo warmer friends than ovor. for tbo in the casu of William Alien, being held over It waa much butter than raiaing sand, of Bon Barlow, after m., Monday bringing law suits and making lasting from Saturday, nbout 11 a. of each other and is another proof n verdict of acquittal. Thocaao Uevera for tho killing of Purdoin, of how good nnd bow ploasant it ia for of Phil court. brotbren to dwell together in unity. Waa continued until next Pau-po- r, r n sawed-of- f, whito scamp, who put up at tho colored hotel kept by tho Phillip Bros., worked a numbor of darkies hero this week to tho tuno of f 15 to $20. Ho had n coutrivanco that looked liko n camera and exhibited somo finely mado photographs, cabinet sizo. Ho only charged 35 cents for a half dozen and required thoao who bit to pay 15 centa down as a guarantee that they would pay the rest on tho delivery of tho pictures. Ho caught over 100 suckers and skipped with their 15 cents each, failing to turn up when tho day of delivery came. In receipting for tho 15c tho fellow eigned Kogora & Blair. Wo learn that hu also worked tho Danville coons extensively. Cask. Tueeday laBt Depot Agent Thomas Laaley caught Darst Barnett and Tip Crutchfiold iu tho yards at Rowland taking coal. Ho tried to drivo thorn off and finally kicked tbo Barnott boy before bo would go. When Bob Barnett learned of such indignity to his brother, ho laid for Mr. Lnsley, who hit him with a rock in tho temple, when bo attacked him for it. Then Barnett went for bis pistol and Laaley being unarmed sought shelter in a convenient bar room. Barnett followed him and waa disarmed after sorao effort. That night, il ia alleged that Hayden Shanks, Koubon Delaney, Kabert Barnett, Walter O'Denr nnd Crnig Camden, armed themaolyea for tho purpose of annihilating Mr. Las ley, and started for bis homo in Stan ford. On tho way thoy Btopped several parties nnd mado them dnnco jigs nt the points of their pistols, but for some cnuso thoy did not como to Stanford. Hearing that they wero coming Marshal Nowland wont to Mr. Laslny's nnd the threo lnid on thoir arms for somo timo expecting nn attack. Tho noxt day Mr. Laaloy sworo out a warrant against tbo five men charging them with banding nnd confederating together to commit a crime, which ia a penitentiary offenao, and Constable Benedict arreated Barnett, Shanks and Delaney, O'Doar and Camden having flown. Barnett waa too badly hurt to appear, but tho other two woro brought boforo tho county judgo yaater-dn- y and their trials aet for Saturday morning, their bail in tho meantime being lixed at $100. A Bad Workbd the Coonb. A bench-legge- d, Very '. Latest ; Novelties -- In BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S jr. ' M jpm CLOTHING -:-- :- Our -:-- :- hi w " 3" Grents7 Furnishing Goods Line consists of the an T w, IHT asj m .T1OT u T. kill-in- g And most Stylish Novelties. HATS of the very latest block. A Cordial Invitation is extended to all. Our Motto: Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. A souvenir given to each lady and gentleman on this day. en-orni- -- ..,i.l J. VL, L. FROHEV1AN 8s, CO., Danville. .,...r.'" n."...A - h mm Semi-Weekly Interior Journii -- AT Knox Circuit Court, Crime nnJ Politics. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Pabltuliod Every Tuoaday and Friday sa pick, YMAit rWhen not so paid 32.00 ty advanok will be chirged.-- W K. C.LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at pao p. in. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. No. i, Train going North " " No.3, " " South No. J, " " " No. to, " - - - is it a3pm 31 p m 37 pm 3 aj a m QUEEN & CRESCENT." Ho. Train pass Junction City asfo'.iowr. .. N North 1 South f " " 3 ...1.39 pm 1715 am " 4 " ' pm " C " 3 ...vis am 1130 ...600 am 843pm ' 10 " 9 t .Do not Stop km l. Bakincr v o Jlbsolixfely -- Jrowder Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. KOYAL BAKING POWDERCO., 100 Wall Street, New York. W. S. BTTUCH, Attorney at Law,! 7 bxnnford, - - Kentucky. r Street, opposite the Court C nc e on Home. Collections receive especial attention. ES A. S. PRICE, V- k- i Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky, CS:t over McRoberts' Drugstore in the Owsley Building. "WAllaoa E. Varnon, Attorney at Law, (Stanford, - - Kentucky. , Will a:: as Executor,Admlnistrator and Assign IB SDseiil attontlon Izlven1. to Settlements of Fs Sale and Division or "iifante' Lands. ttA.t on Lancaster St overSupt. W. F. McCla sY office. 90 .Met, as Attorney and Je-- n u. CasUeman. A. O. Lanhans ROYAL France It Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAU MANAGERS, Ocmiaerco Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South W. A. TBIBBLE, Looal Agent, STANFORD, KY. TO THE LADIES. mj ready toseive desire to call your attention to the fact that I you In Drnss Making in any aud al' styles. I take the best fashion Journals m. I kecd posted on what ladles should wear. Fncs reasonable. Come in and give me a trial. . rrij.'oy none but first class help. Atp etent I can be found at Miss Carrie on Lancaster Street. . :spectf ully, MISS MARY D.SMITH, Stanford, Ky. 6m J 1 Por-lei- Bariiouiivii.uc, April 10. Court convened yesterday, Hon. A. H. Clarke presiding. There were about 12,500 people present. J mlo Clarke's instructions to the grand jury were bo full, bo complete, so elaborate. Ho showed up the coward ORice en Main Street, Opposite the ty murderer in nil his naked deformity. Ho ehowed htw the people were responkk- r!l L tl rpjtwf O sible for the excrescence of crime upon - VUL VLT --- Sa society. He sid when a man murdered Highest prices paid. Send fur pilce cuirent yi The A. K. lluikhnrdl Co., KxpMer and Manu. an inolleniive citizen, then a crowd of (ncturpM, Cincinnati, Ohio. rind caught leerine, grinning idiots, (he could call " 'Mon? orango i. thosunbot We arc informed by those who know that they them nothing else) followed him around 7PPC 'or IIAICIIINO. Kirgs from the bloom nt ploy. LUUO cteat wihlcr laying S. K. Brown Leg-- , And far o'or mountains boro thorn patting him on the back telling him what horns, Ji far 15 Kggs. .XddrvM S. U llrooVs, To where the snowdrifts lay. Crab Orchard, Ky. a brave man be was. Brave man indeed! In solt, warm arms It boro them To far off Northern land A coward, a murderer, an assassin ! He Whoro brooks were bound In fettura VS5 MA PLE SYRU P. also said that the j til was tho place for Wrought by the Ice king's hand, to C, I.. Carur, ItedgevilU, Ky 94 Till by an nnolent maplo criminals, and if the grand jury knew of Tho south wind set them frco a man walking around on tho streets, And the sunbeams smiled Whero the snow was piled who belonged in jail, to indict the jailer. And danced In tho leafless tree. Iu the evening tho largestcrowd I over .Dealers n. Of prices. The reason they give for this conduct is that they sell for Tho snowdrift moved and molted. e assembled. They Baw in a Tho brook its shackles cast. CASH and arc willing to instructed unanimously for Col. W. 0. And through the undent maplo The sap ran frco and f ast; Bradley, and much onthusiaBin prevailTho cold earth stirred and murmured, ed. They also nominated a candidate for A vlolot bravo looked up. Kv. And the sunbeams camo from tho branches tho Legislature. W. It. Black was the -And hid In its purplo cup. man. He received 1,000 votes, his opTho church bells ranz themessago ponent 20. A majority of 0S0. Kvery Their customers save money by dividing the profits. This is a uni That cheered tho hearts of men available foot of floor was occupied in IV. W. Olt KEN. Propnetoi. When llrst the gravo was conquered versal cut, each department suffers. Come and see our carpets, dry And Jesus lived again; tho court houBe, nobody pretended to Tho nlr was rich with odors : : : Kontucky. goods and shoes. Ret down, speeches were made by Hons. Of lily and of rose, Aud organs inado sweet thunder W. R. Ramsey, Dr. Blair, Col. S. M. Whllo men forgave their fooa. I am still running this wtO. known Hotel aad Cash and others. They actually Beera to will continue to give my guests the ll!ist alien-- " as well as the best the uaiket allurds. Ilut no heart san? so truly to be think that tbey have some showing Tho Joyous Has tor sons. successful November, in tho State elecAs one who. cjulto deserted. Special Attention to tho TravelSlow strolled tho wood along, tion. ing Public. To have las darkened llfeway, Tho Perry county murder case is set lly overy care beset. All suddenly Illumined for Thursday. "We expect 200 witnesses Lly that lono violet. Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Sotuo and friends from Perry ClIAULtS ECCE.NE 1UNK3. widow Little, daughare here now. The V. U. RILEY, Proprietor, A Slyntory Kxpliilnrd. ter of Judge Combs, his son and some Although her Kaster bonnet cost others, but all will be in A fortune In Its way, London. - - - Kentucky. Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. There are many lawyers on both sides Her husband seemed not to bo crossed. I have mortd to my new Hotel and am bettsi Nor had a word to say. some of more, others of lees ability. I know you'll think this Is a He, Sicparsd than ever to accommodate the public. of money on both There is a good deal atttchrd and every convenience It's hard to ourcomo, Give mt a call. Until you know tho reason why; sides. Judge Combs was quite a promi7T TRANK KII.KV. Her husband ho was d umb. nent and wealthy man. I knew him -- N. Y. World. And must sell the goods. Give us a call. well and all his family. AVe never can have peace and good order in the mountains till the court of appeals ceases to Call and eiamloo iny work btlnrc having sour turn out tho bloody men we send to the All persons having claims against the estate ot carriage lepalntiui I am located in the only shop In Iu tvhuli fia work can be dne and will penitentiary. I am well acquainted with Margaret K. Itllib. deed , will present them to mc line prrmancntly I solicit a share ul your properly proven before April 15, tSoC. pationae wluth w.u endiavor to in.m bv hi.i. the desperate Tom Smith that is to be WAI.LACK E. VARNON, cla.i wctkinanship and fair irfutmentol all, btiup Aum r with Will Annexed. 9 hung in Jackson, 3tst of Mav, for murin Mtrihou (iim'i shop on Someiscl street A II. KIKI.M. Sln(crd,Ky. dering Dr. Bader. He's one of the court of for life appeals pets, who had been sent I will furnish anv of the following machines at nrices named below W . )OHK. ) T JUNKS, and they granted him a new trial. There and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Crab Orchard, Ky. are 10 murder case." on docket, nine men Trains aud one woman, who killed her husband. Meet allany part night and day.of Patrons taken to The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. Charge. of town Free Tin Now Hnmiv stvli fivr. S2R. & There are about 40 felony cases on dockGood Livery Attached. Fare of Hotel $.oo per All made by the New Home Sewinc Machine Co. are warranted et. Kentucky is indeed the "dark and day. A. II. I1ASTIN, Prop. Ky. for five years. 1 have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will bloody ground." c MUletleevl'le and Stanford T nOinl pUea pocketbook containing val- sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are Sole proprietors Dean's Illack DUnood Roo This is a beautiful city and grand XjWOJL. Paint K.limaics furnisned for Juinllng Wood, uable notes auil return to InteMetal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction (Juirsnlrrd. place. I was loaded with bouquets before rior Journal officereceipt. PlaseLawless, Teatcrs-vill- ottered: or to K. W. All roots fslniisl with Dran'i lll.rV tli.m,.n,l Garrard county, Ky. Taint guaranteed for years. Dealers in best cisIgototT the train and my room now is tern Pumps and Galvanised lion Kilters. Bweetcr than the incense of Persia, yea dickering, Hazelton, Hush & Mason & Hamlin, I will taVe all the I can HiTiCQ lorcatnorm traaehides leather get W. S. Uurch. R .M .NewUnd. on (or more delicious than the odors wafted by Chicago Cottage, Atty at I aw Deputy Sheriff days at Stanlord or at my home In Otteu- - Gcrts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, gales from the Gelds of Ara- court cjhas. h.nnslin. accidental lelm. Kimball, Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince ITo-wlanbian epices. I wear a bunch of flowers & Son. And Others. upon the lappel of my coat that a 15 WANTED, ALL THE WOOL Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders. Conoral beauty pinned on there with year-olPianos and Organs Tuned aad Kepalrd by one of the most competent workman I In Lincoln county. Money and sacks ready, Pric knew, who served n.any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, her dainty fingers as white as snow. no object All I ask is a chance at it. Vou will aewmg aiacmncs rcpaircu aau wxniiiicu, money sell This term of court will continue four lose agents. li youon E. belore sefcing me or one of P. II. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Address, Wc offer our scnlcis to the public to do a gen, my O Singleton. Turoersville; Call era I Collecting Ilusinru. Accounts, notes, etc weeks what an expense to the John Ellis, Iluttoaville; King & Prultt, collected in all parts ot the cuunty. 11 6iu losiah Uuhop t his home; Wm. McKin-neTHE HLUE.GKASS HKKD OK of Eastern Ken are the Mt Salem. J. M. Hurhas, Middleburg, or mysell at McKlnney. tucky ! 8otne of the trials cost $10,000. F. M.WAUE. a s when they kill, 'tis : In the : STTTTOXT, generally open, bold and brave, but half It. H. Bronaugh,!Pror, the murders in the mountains are from ambush. Nature has erected the fortifiCrabOrchard, - - Kentucky. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. cations and when a man gets behind one CORDIALLY : HMVWttttbtMeVtVrHhHE9Ql Offers his services o people ol they seem to be seized with an irresisti To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which .Wh. Pigs for sale from the beat types of Krgiitcrd coln aud Casey Counties,the lull slock West Linof Co U! on hand, that man that I am opening up, Iispride myselfplease. it is well Stock. Breeders secured from tn beet herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited and Caskets always Manager. ble desire to shoot the first D. 8. Carpenter, Having selected and that It bound to 95 passes against whom they have any mal- bought tor cash and be'ng determined to sell for cash, I can sell at the lowest possible prices. An ice. I hope the olive brancti of peace examination will convince you. 6 MHS A. A. McKlNXEY. will Boon wave over the beautiful mountains of Kentucky. ma will irri tn anv nlife kKr 1 M .t n Fontaine Fox Bonnnr. I i!o tho work with rnoro cattle to ihorn. the J ilE MM A COURT DAY TRAGEDY ! DB, W. B. PEN1TV, Dentist, ENg RJ Stanford, 1 T-Ji- 4 Severance & Son Ky. I'jst-Ulfic- e Ape the Accused, RAW FURS. ,K . J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, court-hous- EZL. JZj Jj Xr All Kinds of Coal, The Myers House, Stanford, SEVERANCE & SON. Furniture, Undertaking, D cn'tFailto See Our Window Shades. THE RILEY HOUSE We Beat In Low Prices WITHERS & HOOKER. ds-tu-d. notice. Carriagro Fainter. 1 tu a THE BASflN HOUSE, READ THIS k SAVE MONEY. Ac U-- JOITES BROS., Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, n-6- m I I e, FJA1TOS: OHGAITS: 67-i- m illluu, Buroh. di d, d er Collectors, tax-paye- More-lan- d; y, law-breake- blue-gras- Duroc Jersey Red Swine THE LADIES J. T. UNDERTAKER, INVITED srxaKKmuLb Hi TO THE LADIES New Process Vapor Stoves Deh.orn 1 Your Cattle. 'd DON'T L't your Painting, Tapering and Ca'.cimining until vuu see Heldun llrothers. We furnish work, or no 1.1 iter' al and guarantee first class 101. inor. Address, Stanford, Ky. first-class SB. L. B. COOK, Stairs; 0c Up Store. Drug Fifty citizens of Edmonson county, among them a Baptist preacher, were arrested for tearing down a house occupied by depraved women. The Commonwealth failed to make out a case against the citizens, although they acknowledged what they had done. Gov. Brown has pBrdoned Grant Caruett, who was convicted in Letcher county and sent to the penitentiary for three years for bigamy. Caruett was not guilty of the crime, the Governor having ascertained beyond doubt that he was divorced from his first wife before marrying the second. My Millinery Stock is full and complete. Call and examine and you will b sure to buy a new Spring Hat. MISS LICCIE HEAZLEV, Stanford, Ky SPRING AND SUMMER. We arc now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experience it has not had a single explosion. We guarantee every stove we put out, ake it to your house and show you its simplicity. Cm ilehoru nor cow Id The knife make. clean, imooth nm litaiL 111 lmn sk tlia rrlK clipper does. It Is the only humane ... war to de- . 1. 1 I l Stn.n llu.. .u... .'uv. uu, H..nl.k i.c witiui.i iikc .L saw, me iui.ii the wound gets well as quick again as that and made by the saw For further icLriu. Hon. call on O. A. I'KV I U.S. htanforo. Kv. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Huolt 101 three CUt- - I)horuer MKOU'li ll( L li it ... Something to Beautify the Ladies. We give theasstiranco to the trado that they will find in our establishment the same exdusiveness In style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the Daily opemmng New Hats, flowers and Uses leading novelties in Millinery for which we ate known throughout the country. 1 hae secured a lirst-cltrimmer Tor the season. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally M. D. DUDDERAR- KATE DUDDhRAR, Manager. best-we- Stanford, Rkfkukncks. J. W. Perrin, William Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. G. Waller, H. K. Wcaren, J. W. Wal-ace- , J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Earp, W. F. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. 5TSee the best Stove on earth be fore buying. TO THE CITIZEN'S Of Lincoln County. The New Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., superioi workmanship Mill, Ky. Mcltob-crts' First Door East or 3'im Wall Paper&Alabastine We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Call "W. H. Wearen & Co. ! Is now In full operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, and low prices. Note SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at Iipei hundred. As low aa Ji jo per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at li 5 per hundred. As low as r 30 per huudrcd Allpatterns and thlcLnrsis ol Ceiling In yellow rim, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low ns Ji 35 per hundred. Double dressed lumber as low us ( per hundred. Ileautilul Yellow pine finishing lumber .Vc. Mr Exchange Mixed Paints & Varnishes, EVERYTHING White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of SLIPPERS With Heel or Spring Heel. Ladies' and Children's Light Colored and Plack Slippers in quarter oak, orders. 73 Save money by giving us you, Good to Eat. r-ir'l- Wo Bo MBIUMTOo Needle, Opera, A. C. Sine, Common Sense Toes, Successor to 6,r T E LANCASTIiK l'LANINO MILL, Lancaster Pop Corn Halls, Cakes, Beaten Biscuit, cs, ads, ect.. etc. Egg-Kis- s PLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. Sal- H. J. McROBERTS. I HsgrTlCrotrH willcnnya general stock of lluilding and by selling Mate-rial .OPEN Have just received a full line of very : Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Saturday, Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows Is Receiving His FOB, CASH OITIY", fL Will le enabled to ever been offered tention to cake te. I would ca I special Lower Prices than has ,, at- And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. In Mr. R. Williams' store-rooFarmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine Opposite the St. Asaph Hotel. our gqods before purchasing. aSTQrders gladly received and 1 WIRE and SLAT FENCE : jinplly filled... W. E. PERKINS, Orals Orchard. SPRING :.AND SUMMER : GOODS' call. Made of Oak Pickets, the cheapest and best fence in tho market. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Mill work at City Prices. -- . Jj.teVT 1; .tHJJJt-iw.'- j. " ; t - . if y'J' -