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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895041901 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 i'n tr Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxiii. MIDDLEBURG, CASEY GOUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1895. WILLIAMSBUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. OF A LOCAL NO. 15 NATURE. RtlCKCASTLE COUNTY. Jns. A. Hryatit i eick. Tim jo'kwntur ronil Ib operating n;Aiu and trHina nro rtiiinitij? day ntul nlht. Tho Imnd Buronnded TIipo returm-d Wi-slo- and bride, wlion they on tho to Uaptlst church Sunday, preach nt tho failed to come. widower o! 55 years, Milton Joni, married on aud Mis Hannah Vlvx the, l)th by Kov. J. II. Nuwtll. Mt. G. J. Speara, ol tho Indian Creek suction, u few mornliiKH ulnco Aunt Sally's thoroughbred brouze Koblor, in the wuUm plnylnji hades with his early vKetableH. Ho called "Dick'1 his favorite Shephord doc, and sent him after the turkey. About this time, Mr. 8. was called to breakfast, nnd ho thought no inoro of it until on going out ho found tho remains of tho nobler lying in tho ynrd. Tho dog was immediately annihilated, and Unclu Tom has made himself a little scarce about tho house over since. Not every ono who were so much Impressed by Hey. 0. 0. Oliuo on Citlfol-ideIh holding fast to tho faith so ably preached by that divine, but some of thetu like tho WillUmsburg people, think there wbh considerable politics mixed up with it along with a desire to replenish a depleted pocket book, and get fat living freo gratis. If liro. Clinu would have people beliovo In his sincerity, he ought to turn his battery occia ioually upon tho republican party aud not contiuo his abuse altogether to I'resi dent Cleveland aud tho democratic party. Uoth parties are equally guilty of throwing kisses Bt tho "Great Whore" hi ho terms tho Catholic church and wo poor democrat have enough to bear just now, without having to carry a burden, part of which sho'ild bo borne bv others. Some think Hoy. Olino Is a forerunner of while others claim that ho is employed in behalf of W. 0. Bradley. This may not be true, but it would probably have boon bettor, had bo left some things unsaid. 11 y, lOtli. Kev. Gridor, who wai pnfolWuul Kicked HlmTor Noihlng. To the Editor ol the Interior JourniiL I noticed a piece in your paper headed "A Had Case," which is false and I hope that you in justice to myself and little boy will correct It. I will give you a true statement of tho case. I had sent BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. On hU way my boy to tho post-otllcho came up to where Mr. Klislia home Mrs. J. Thomaa Cherry has been Pence was getting some conl out of an spending the week with her Bister, Mrs. ompty car. Thomas Laslay came up to the Hilton, at Upland. Bro Pike has recar. Mr. 1'enco asked him If it was auy cently been called ai pastor of Buckeye harm for him to get tho coal that had church, nine miles from Laneaf ter. Mr. been left in tho bottom of tho car. Mr. W. F. Baker and his pleasant vifo were Lasley answered I reckon not. Then it in town Wednesday. Mr. A. Penningwm that Lasley commenced cursing my ton, of Q tall, Is in our mldst'ngain. Miss boy, called hlni a little ragged 8 of a b Ida Baker returned homo Tuesday. Sho and caught him by tho back of tho neck is considerably improved in health. and k.'cked him. I wish to say that the Miss Berta Hilton, of Howland, man that made tho report to you that I came up with her grandmother, who had refer to in your Issue of the 9th, is a liar been visiting relatives there, Mrs.Suo and tho truth la not in him. As to Mr. and MIsa Klla Oollyer were here last Lasley taking refuge in a saloon, when week. Mrs. Mattio Carter, who is teachHobert Harnett was alter him, ho had ing at the Academy building, is having just como out of tho saloon, which ho a tine school. She is a deserving lady e. jumping -- Several of our citizens went to Louisville Monday night to attend a meeting of tho Htockholders of tho Proctor Coal Co., among them J. W. Silor, Chas. Finley and Dr. A. G.itliil. J L Manning went to Hnckwood last week for Wm. Hooker, who is indicted in this county for murder. B r is notnl as a mean negro and it is thought hois In a very close place. Tho court of appeal lina affirmed tho caso of tho Common wealth vs. John Matticoal for killing Abt Yount. Slier-if- f took him to Frankfort Wednesday night to begin his 12 year term. Nelson Bryant wbb brought out before Judge Hemphill Monday on tho cbargo of robbing a lady at Corbin last week. He waived nn examination Hnd was sent to j til, not being able to give the bail allowed him by tho court. Dr. V. K. of Huntaville, Teun , In hero visiting relatives. Miss Kissinger, who has been spending tho Winter with her Bister. Mrs. C II. Allen, ol Pleasant View, returned to her home in Pennsylvania Wednesday. Mm-- Annie Kinley very sick since last Friday. Mr. F. A. Coo-lewho has ht'en at Lexington at school is at hnmeaiMin. Messrs. J. W. Perkins, K. K. Nelson and K. W. Cain ppent Sunday and Monday in ICnnxville. Mr. anil Mrs. M. A Moore have returned to Williamsburg and will occupy a part of the Central Hotel property. Last Sunday evening the Christian Kuduavor Societies of this place held a union meeting in the Congregational church. Tho homo was crowded with young paonlo and a very able Bermon was delivered by Hev. J. L. McKee, of Richmond, on tho subject of "Personal Sir. McKoo preached at the Christian church Sunday morn- ititf to a large audience ok-eIk-meH-r- ry, i Tim Gatlilll.tn Literary Society will Raymond Flnig, Sr., an old citizen of glvo nn open session Friday evening in Danville, is dead. the Institute hall. -- Richard Tugle, an old citizen of Cpt S II. Stone, of Madison, who Barhourville, died Monday. wiuiIh the republican nomination for Miss Mattio Howies got a verdict for auditor, w.h-- j in lovn last riiursd.ty. JIOOagainHt l). F. Sharp at Richmond Mr J. .M. Sullivan and family If ft in a suit for $5,000 damagoi for defamaWednesday morning for Texas, whero tion of character. they expect to make their future horn George W. Tribble, Jr., a brother of -- George, tin. son of Mrs. Motile Fin- - Mies Matth mid F. K. Tribble, died at ley, fell and broke his left arm Tuesday HopkiiiBvillo of consumption, caused by while he with ttome other boys were grip, H,ed nliout 150. has-be- en y, In Anderson county 51 J voters asked the privilege of voting on freo turnpikes at tho next genernl election. The limit of tho tax now Is 10 cents on tho $100. A colored man was secretary of the Garrard county convention that instructed for Col. Bradley and tho list of contains tho names of many off color gentlemen. There Hill be 13 graduates from Centre College this session -- 30 from the college proper, 12 from tho law school, aud three from tho Seminary. Tho Senior class is tho largest in tho history of tho colloge. Advocate. Mrs. Thompson, wife of Capt. Phil B. Thompson, Sr., died at Harrodsburg, Monday, of heart disease. Sho had been a faithful wife for over 50 years and was the mother of Dr Davis M., John B. nnd Little Phil Thompson. John lUker, aged 20, who ought to bo hung or put in tvio feeble minded in stitute, snapped u pistol, which ho didn't know was loaded at tho daughter of George Caves, at Curdsville, Mercer county, and nearly blew tho top of her head oil'. Mrs. John Harris died this week after a lingering illness of liver trouble at her homo near Wayncsburg, aged G'-She was a strict member of tho Baptist church anil a good woman in every particular. Her remains were interred in tho burying grounds near Kubanks. In hit charge to tho Boyle county grand jury, the Advocate says that Judge Sauthy laid particular stress upon the pernicious habit of carrying concealed weupjns and paid but for a flagrant violation of tho law against it, such tragedies as tho Goebel Sandford, and Vanarsdull-IIarro- d casea, could not have occurred. "Carrying a pistol," Baid tho judge, "will make a coward out of any man. I know this for I speak from experience. Just after tho war I carried a pistol myself under what I then considered and still consider justifiable circumstances, and after I no longer had any use for it I was absolutely afraid to go out on the Btreeta after dark without the weapon, aud any man could have whipped me all over town with u )uggy whip. Since then I have traveled through some of tho most dangerous aectlnns of the Union unarmed and never needed a pistol." The judge maintained that officers of tho law, as a rulo, were too careless about this law, and said he would punish any sheriff or policeman who was found guilty of carrying a weapon in tho ordinary discharge ol bis duty. dole-gates two-year-o- ld Elder Oarmichal preached hero last Sunday. A ballast quarry has been opened We sell as low as the lowest these two superior will finishes. Call near Langford tunnel. Pure brown leghorn eggs for hatch- and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. ing 50 cuntfl per setting. Mrs. Hugh Mil4 ler. 2t. A survey for a ratlrcadla being made from Livingston down Rockcastle river. White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and The same engineers will also make a survey near this point and probably run Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of down Dry Fork of Skfiggs Creok. Tho Cooper boys of Lino Creek attended tho land salo here Wednesday. L. T. Hubble, of Lancaster, was here Wednesday. Wix Pillion was up from Livingston this week. C. O. Williams and Judge McOlure are attending Barhourville court. Mrs. D. C. Poynter is quite ill. Tho reception given by tho Ladies' Aid Society at tho residence of Mr. C. C. Williama wua a most pleasant and profitable affair. Games were Indulged in by All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing tho children, while their elders were by progressive spelling. The done in first class style. Ei9ter eggs of many colora were given away and proved a source of pleasure and amusment to all when Mr. Edgar Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Albright told their "fortunes" by giving Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. the moaning of tho various colors. tract of land belongThe H. KINLEY. 6XFERIEKCED FMKTER. ing to the heirs of Caldwell Campbell, Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. deed , of Madison, was Hold hero yesteri per acre. This land lies day, bringing f in the Southern portion of this county on Rockcastle river. The tract waa pur chased by Attorney Johnston, of Lancaster, supposedly for a land syndicate - ON of Wisconsin, who own some 10,030 acres in that locality. Wall Paper&Alabastine Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo MTOOBIlDMqC&o St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. 1,700-acr- o M. A M EASTER REDUCTION All Goods Except Glassware", LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Swope-Goodl- oe Born to tho wile of Chas. Baugh on tho 10th inst , n girl. Mr. aud Mra. II. O. Thompson entertained a select few of their friends on Monday evening in honor of their guest, Miss Jennie Phillips. A social waB given at tho residence of Mr. O. It. Brock on Wednesday Quito a crowd was present and all enjoyed themselves hugely. An English syndicate has bought a large tract of land known as tho Cooper land, near Rockcastle Springs, this county and will at once erect a large mill for the purpose of sawing the lumber. The lumber will all be Bhipped from London. The company expects quite an extensivo business to bo carried on this spring and summer, The Kentucky Medical Association was held in London last Friday. F. H. Riley, the moat popular hotel man in this section, was chosen by the home physicians to entertain all the visiting doctors and their families. On Friday evening Mr. Riley had a most 'excellent supper, auch ns can only be prepared by Mrs. Riley and daughter, Miss Sudle. There were about 150 guests present. eye-nln- In Our Store. which is already to Rock Bottom. DAIMKS, -- JEWELER. IN VIEW OF- 1S95, we offer .CHI.3SrGrE JULY I, AT COST FOR CASH Everything in our line, such as WAGONS.PLOWS, HARNESS j Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you a large stock to select from. FARRIS & HARDIN A man who has just died at Paris, aged 73, kept an accuraate account of all be bought and what ho paid for it from his 27th year. A few days before his FLOWS AND FLOW HARNESS. Have just received a full line of ODDS AND ENDS. visits very often. I think it has come to a nice pass that we cannot send our children after our mall without having them kicked by such scoundrels. V. C. Hahnktt. In these restless days tho farmer is tempted by tho assurance that though our currency may be bebased, redundant and uncertain, such a situation will improve tho price of his products. Lot us remind him that ho must buy as well as soil; that his dreams of plenty are shaded by the certainty that if the price of the things he has to soil is noiriinally enhanced, the cost of the things he must buy will not remain stationary; that tho better pricea which cheap money proclaims aro unsubstantial and elusive, and that oven if they were real and pal pable, ho must necessarily bo left far behind in tho race for their enjoyment. Grover Cleveland. . Buch a Tho Lexington Leader says it has contempt lor men who carry weapons and auch a horror of deadly homicide under any circumstances, that it la unwilling to give tho color of endorsement to an expression of sympathy for tho white slayer of tho negro Brown, and hopes that ho will bo prosecuted with as much vigor as if ho wore a negro who had killed a white man. Mies Carrio Iden, of Columbus, 0. attempted suicide by jumping into the Scioto river. After Btriklng tho chilly water she changed her mind and yelled lustily for help, which dually camu. To the Democrats of;Uncoln County. I am a candidate ttf represent Lincoln county in the next Legislature of Kentucky, .subject to the action or the Democratic party. I itan J squarely upon the National, Democratic platform. Endorse Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James 11. McCre-ar- y lor U. S. Senator and In lavor of Kree TurnRespectfully, pikes. M. F. North. The best salre in the woilJ for cuts, bru'iei, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, It positively curi's piles, or no pay reputred. It Is guaranteed to give pericct satisfaction or money refunded. Price accents per box. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. and Is doing all sho can to advance tho interests of education in this town. Mrs. John Riddle, of Walnut Grove, came to Brodhead this week and took her mother, Mrs. Wulden, home with her. Miss Pearl Nowland, who has been visiting her grandmother, near Odar Creok, has returned. Richard Ivder, son of Squire Klder, who lives in the Glades, la reported quite sick with pneumonia-feve- r. Mr. H. S. Martin, proprietor of tho Tobacco Co., went to Corbin Tuesday in tho interest of his business. Mr. Thonuc Johnoon, who lives on Ngro Creek, contemplates moving to d soon and will occupy tho houso that Mrs. Carter vacated. Miss Mollio Houk, of Maretsburg, will begiu a select school at that place next Monday. Miss Sallio Pursoll was in town this week. Wo can not understand how It is that sho has not married before now, unless she is an exception to her sex and absolutely will not marry, for sho la certainly a model young lady, Dr. I. S. Hurdett nnd wife, of Crab Orchard, spent a day or tvo visiting relatives nnd friends in this place. Mrs. Bakor, widow of Wm. Baker, is on tho sick list. Mr. Lee of Lily, came down to eeo his Intended last Saturday, Misses Grace and May Roberta went to visit Misa Susie 0vens Inst week. Hrod-hoad Hrod-heaMc-Harg- Versailles has a lady bicycle club of as pretty girls as over straddled a wheel. Tho new leasees of tho Cincinnati Southern pay f3,000 per milo for rental IK Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. A dispatch from Lexington says that the Masons tried Col. Breckinridge this week upon sevoral charges growing out of the great scandal which culminated at Washington. He was found guilty upon ono count only, that of adultery with Madallno Pollard, and reprimandHo ed, but not otherwise punished. was charged with betraying tho daughter of a Mason, but this and several other charges failed for lack of proof. A New York police justice has decided that a woman clad only in a coat of greaso and bronze powder is' less offensive to New York modesty than a woman in tights and dismissed tho people oxhibitions arrested for tho bronze-statuat a Now York theatre. The Hood in tho Connecticut valley is tho highest since 1SG2. Bridges have been washed away, railroad tracks covered and many mills compelled to shut down. Many other rivers and smaller Btreams in Now Englund are also out of their banks. 0. E. Dickerson, a prominent lumber merchant, of Orange county, Va., was found in the bushes near Profits male good all the advertising claimed for them, the fol- Station with his throat cut from ear to A Million Frlondd. wing four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Piscouery, for consump A friend In need is a friend indeed, and not less ear. Thero is a rumor that a woman is tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guarantred-Hlcctri- c than one million have found just such a friend in flitters, the groat remedy for Liver Stom Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, in some way mixed up in tho tragedy. . 'T ach and Kidneys. Uucklen's Arnica Salve, the Uougha anu ioius. u juu In the Cincinnati district income tax beat in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, irreat CoughMedidne. one trial will convince you which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are tnatithaa wonderful curative powers in all dis- - returns wore made by 4,402 individuals . v guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them riiritOline IIIIUI, Vltciiauu iyuax It is estimated and 911 corporations. and the dealer whose name is attached herewith tie IcutrantecJ to Uo all that la claimed or mon Trial Hiilllrft fret ftt A. R I be glad to tell you mora of them. Sold at A cvwill be reiunueu wi will amount to $400,000. that the tax K, 1'ennr's Drug Store. l'ennj 'sdiug store. Large bottles joe and $i. x e alone. Two lady bicyclists, wearing bloom-er- a, created more of a sensation in Paris than a circus band wagon. A police census makes tho population of Now York city 1,S38,7S0, a gain o'f S7,011 over tho State census of 1S92. Scales aro made now bo nicely adjusted that a pencil mark on a sheet of paper can bo weighed. The neodlo indipart of a cates even to tho pound. A man has been in jail at Bar lstuwn for three months for contempt of court in refusing to testify and says he wil remain there through all eternity beforo he will incriminate his friends. George G. Brown, of Louisville, read a paper before tho meetiug of tho National Wine and Spirit Association at St. Louis to show that whisky causod ouly eight par cent of tho murders In 1S94. A couplo of j swindlers are going through the sections scared over the small-poropteaouuugi that tho State law requires vaccination, ,ud that they are sent out by tho county. They vaccinate their victims, charge 50 cents and skip out. Tho vaccine virus quills left at Tho Kentucky silventes aro not na places have been examined and vociferous as they were only a short several the matter is uuthing more than worth time ago, aud it would surprise no ono if, they should como to their senses by less paste. June nnd vote for tho national silver After a widowhood of 51 years, Mra. plank as tho State silver plank. That la Marv Brown, of Knoxville, ono of the the safe way, and probably the only way nine women drawing pensions as widto victory. Louisville Times. fought in the RevoTho earthquakes in Italy killed 11 ows of soldiers who lutionary war, died .Tuesday. When ' persons. ahe married she was 20 years old and Four Biff Succgbhos. Mr. Brown waa SO. Having the needed merit to more than th death he made up his books to show just what eating, drinking and wearing clothes had cost him during his last 50 years. The totals show that in this period he wore out 85 pairs of trousers and 74 coats and vests, for which he paid He had bought 20S shirts and SS.OOO. 300 collars, valued at $ 300. His oinni bus faro was f 20S. In tho 27 yoars of his convivial life he consumed 2S.7SG glasses of beer. Ho gave up drinking in his 51th year, but he continued to Bmoke constantly even during his last sickness, raising tho number of his cigars to 02S, 713, or an average of 11,217 a year. Of the whole number somo 43,500 were given him; ho bought the rest for 112,500, or two cents eacti. Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing. W. E. FERKXNS, Crab Orchard. James Frye, HUSTONYIIXE, KY. I have an immense stock o goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth $3. Black cape Mcintosh $3.75 worth S5.50. Mens sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to SiS. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for S12.50 to S15. former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and oxiOTs:iisrc3-- 1 DBESS 0-003D-3 ! Iv know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have I have a line of in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these whTsurprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the'very latest shaye, forSi.15 rThe sequel Buy and sell for Cash.1 worth S3- I AMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. - -- . . - . & nowWt) jr "t ' v,?"ip, t ri,f - - n? t iSgmf fr-a'- I i t ,T I ft FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The State G. A. R. will meet next who E. T. Pence sold to Adam Carponter oemi-WeekInterior has been editing tho Norfolk, Va., Pilot, year in Mayavllle. A Kansas wind Btortn blew a man 17 calves at $17. has had to give up the job. Since hie locomotive, nntl he was run Fandango w'onfthe'lVnueeseo Derby connection with the paper, ho has caus- in front of a Bmnfohd.Kv., - Aran. 19, 1806 ed numerous and sundry aggrieved par- over and killed. at Memphis, J miles 1:50 Ti,n rnal nil flnro ia subsiding. Aftor for libel, ranging in Forty horses sold under tho hamties to bring suits barrel, it receded to mer at Tiffin, O., at an averago of $22. from $10,000 to $50,000 and tho going to $2 02 a amounts W. P. WALTON. 12.10. William Herrin bought of various owners thought that if ho coutinued $2 10 and closed at An injunction suit, brought by an parties a bunch of tbutcher cattlo at 2J to longer on the tripod they would soon bo checked tho free 3c. mid out lock, stock and barrel to satisfy owner of Btock, has Have you visited our store, all aglow movement in Maton county. Georgo Baker bought in Pulaski a judgments over accumulating. Small turnpiko goods? with bright and new and up cattlo at 3 The Advocatosaye that Kev. 11. A. lot of two and has tried his hand at nearly everything City ia meeting at Junction Common sense teaches that careful and from trying to drink up all tho whisky Fnulconer's H. L. Worloy sold to M. F. Elkin a anybody increasing in interest with 33 addi in creation to lecturing against judicious buying means money saved. bunch of butcher cattlo averaging S27 time appointed for noininsitinR else drinking, aud we suppoeo ho will tions bo far. As the There is not one cent's difference in the n Alex. Turk, aged 23 years, killed pounds at 3c. return to either of tho last two jobs or a democratic candidate to represent y iHtheart and then committed sui value of J. W. Palmer mid Miss Sarah Sow-dcounty in the next General Asaom-bl- both. They are not incompatible for liin at the bride's home in Istkhiou Jouh many a p'Ohibit.on lecturer is one only cide in Cleveland. Jealousy is supposed wero married draws on apace, the conto be the cause. the East End yesterday. in theory and not in practice. nal would urge upon the district At Kirbv. O.. a little girl tried to Beo Tho owners of Bermuda Girl 2:201 ventions, which nre to bo held Ht 3 r si., There was a man to Bwear that Bank- how long she could stay on the track in and Larabie, another crack Saturday, May 11, to Bend their best men staid just long have matched them for f 1,000 a side. And a dollar's worth of wearing apparel to the county convention to bo held hero er Sandford tired the first shot, so Sena- front of a train. She uninstructed tor Goebel wont acquit at tho examin- enough to get killed. of 50 hogs, 153 pounda average, Sales at the under value cut rate prices this at 1 r. si on the 13th, and Senator Gresham has been olhciaiiy at 3J and 1,000 pound cattlo at A aro reannounced or proeprc ing trial for his murder, though he profor any candidate Dunn, at Tokio, of ported by tho Winchester Democrat. tive. Let men with the true interests of voked the attack by a scurrilous article informed by Minister toThe Lincoln County Horso Co'a adin a newspaper. The judge ruled tho tho signing of peace negotiations be tho democratic party at heart come Japan. vertisement of the splendid Hackney gether here and after consulting and introduction of the article as incompe- tween China and do Castollane, who married Btallion, Connaught 2d, 3312, appears in a man who tent and would not permit testimony to Count reasoning together nominate uncigars mado in this iesue. Read it. Bleached cotton, yd wide, 5c. 9- -4 can win and who will represent the best be introduced to show the strained rela- Anna Gould, had 2,500 Tho cattle market in Cincinnati is county when he groi tions between the two men. Tho friends New York which cost $1.50 each. It unbleach0--4 sentiment of the bleached sheeting I24c. order. steady nt 5J for best ahirpora, hogs are to Frankfort. Elated by their victory in of the dead man took no part at tho ex- took two montha to fill tha bleached sheeting -4 ed sheeting 14c. 9Gen. Thomas Ewing, nn ex Con- slightly lower with best at 5 30, sheep November, the republicans are not only amination, but will get in their work be10-- 4 bleached sheeting 15c. White Ohio, has been appointed are strong at 4 , lambs, 5 13c. hopeful, but Banguine and aggressive, fore the grand jury. With such' testi- gressman from R. II. Logan sold to S J. Embry and only to nom- mony as adduced, Goebel will never be counsel to Superintendent of Building, Scrim, S. Sy and 10c. Lace Curtains, 3 and the democracy has not liis ton Joe, his farm of 103 acres on the acceptable man, bat convicted, but ho will go through life in New York cLy, at $5,000 a rear. inate a good and yards long,50C. Lace curtains, fine patThe Superior court of Cincinnati Rush Branch pike at $35. Mr. Logan pat on its fighting clothes in earnest, to with the consciousness of having com yds. lon, 75c per pair. tern, of premises for gives possession Sept. 1st. nravent a repetition of last fall's ignomin mitted a murder aa foul as many a man haB decided that a lease I will stand two jacks, fine breeders, Baloon purposes ia not a valid contract, ious Hunk. There is more than usual at has been hanged for. at my farm two miles from Stanford ft cannot bo recvoered. A U. and that rent stake in electing a representative. Rich- $4 and $3 to insure a colt. One is 14 and Magazine, nee FetThe The trial of James Roach and S. Senator is to be chosen, among other of Thom- the othe15 hands high. S. U.ShankH. Dimities, Lawns, Figured Sateens. A full Magaard Foreman for tho lynching important things, and wo muBt send a ters and afterwards tho Southern HenSheriff Jamee, of Mercer, sold to line of Spring Goods at the Lowest Prices. as Blair ia in progress at Mt. Sterling, man there to vote for a democrat for that zine, has a fine engraving of Hon. May number and a with slim chances for their conviction . Guthrie, of Shelby ville, 20 extra James A good ribbed Cotton Hose for children office. By uniting on a good candidate, ry Watterson in its great Georgo Cowan was struck on tho fine yearling mules, at 52 50. They avthe democracy can easily reclaim its own Bplendidly written articlo on the and misses at $c, worth 10c. Good heavy while playing in a eraged 11 hands and 18 of them wero and purify itself of tho Btencb. of repub- editor by Mr. Morton Cusseday, besides head with a huso ball cotton pants for men at 75c. Hoys' knee many articles of great literary merit. The gameatOberlin.O., and received inju- mares. Advocate. licanism. Let us Beo that we do it. pants 25c. Ladies' slippers, black and will stand Ht tho grace and per- ries from which he died in a few hours. George Dictator magazine is growing in Bjackuukn made a speech at fection and wo trust is destined to take tan 5co. Knee pants suit 75c, Si, Si. 50 ol $10 this year; I,e Grand, saddle for a rehearing 0! tho A petition Senator and up to $7. Hoys' Long Pants Suit ?2. cases was presented to the Su- stallion, nnd a No. 1 jnck at $S. Consid-erinNicbolaaville Monday, much of which rank with the greatest and most successtax Men's pants, S3. S5. $7 and UP- Scc our their breeding, these animals stand was devoted to the ahuBe of his betters, ful in the country. premo court, and an injuction was grantline of Carpets and Matting. Cheapest in that is to say newspapers which do not ed in Chicago to prevent tho collection mighty low. M. S. Baughman. In a race of 1,005 miles between the of the tax. R D.Bruce and W. L. Withers are town. fall down and worship the silver calf he Cravens, of Conway selling the beat binder and mower in tho Senator has made but Atlantic Ccast Line and the Florida Cenidolizes. As the Mrs. Mary E two speeches in the State bo far and they tral & Southern Railway, tho latter won county, Arkansas, is dead. It was in world. The binder is 300 pounda lighter have been delivered in Gov. McCrearv's bv four hours. Both trains left Jackson her house that Hon. John M. Clayton than any other and eaves 150 pounda of district, it Beemu that he fa determined ville at the eame minute and the raco to was assassinated, and sho never recover- - draft every time a bundle is tied. Cull York was most exciting to the pas a I Irnm ttlH nllDpW. and see. Of course it is tho New Cham, to carry the war into Africa, as it were. a GIp, however, and had sengers of each. The Utter roau was Headrick, in jail for horse- - pion. William He ib gnawing Farris & Whitley bought of Jim Aljust as well flee to tho mountains of beiten by au hour or two last year and Btealing at Middlesboro, is wanteu ior A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, the betting was largely in favor of the bigamy in Ohio, North Carolina, Tennes len, of Hustonville, 47 1,100 pound catHepsidam. In his long record of things of Atlantic Lino, which wasn't in it hardly see and Kentucky. Seven wives are tle at A. Thero are about 1,000 head of we an not recall many T. D. RANEY, Manager. unsold feeding cattle still held in Boyle moment that this great financier has this year. said to bo after him. Branch Stores. county by Farris k Whitley, Johnson A A Chicago man who has just returndone except to draw his salary with Thk election of Col. R. M. Kelly, edi- ed from Central America and Cuba, ex- Woodcock, George Dugan, OwBley regularity. He has been honored great Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Commercial, to be the Logans, the Lillards and G. Ceagain and again fully up to his deBorts. tor of tho Louisville presses belief that Cuban insurrection Ind. of tho Kentucky It is time for him to step down and out department commander Army of the Re- haa been Btirred up by Spanish officers cil, Farris A Whitley havo 4C0 and Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, A 200. as possible Veterans of the Grand JohnBon A Woodcock now in as graceful manner for their own glory. to a gallant stock man expects tho fat cattle for Joseph Thomas, colored, after servfor unless all Blgns fail ho will be retired public, is a deserved tribute gentleman. In for he r fall delivery to re worth from 5 to GJ volene, when the battle comes be- soldier and a pplendid terra nolens ing a honoring such" a man, tho organization tween him and Gov. McOreary. returned to Lexington, broke into a cents. Advocate. honors itself. Cincinnati Southern Railroad car, and Rev. A. M. Jessup. an aged Baptist Mb. Clkvkland's letter in advocacy of was given five years. NEWSY NOTES. Firman's Fund, unimpaired credit preacher at Sandy Ridge, Ala., fell from North British and Mercantile, sound money and the Rose Fatolle, a domestic in the house government is received with and firms pulpit whilo preaching and expired Manchester, his Mechanics and Traders, of tho In Louisville 1,300 men of Dr. Duestrow, of St. Louis, witnessed Ho carried lozenges praise by everybody but the silver luna- will pay income tax. National of Hartford, Fire, murder his wife. The sight in a few moments. the doctor The Pennsylvania The A. P. A. candidate for Mayor of bo preyed on her mind that sho haa be- in his pocket to clear his throat and tics, who would rule the temple or pull it Give me a call. English spar- Phcenix of Brooklynn. rest of Rockford, 111., was defeated after a r strychnine crumbs to kill down upon themselves and the come a raving maniac. got them mixed in taking flag shaken at a bull rows and ho contest. the country. A red The Standard Oil Company will reJohn II. Knowles, a Bailor who would not produce half the frenzy on the John Allen, of Brazil, Ind.. shot one sist tho collection of tho income tax on d made himself famous during tho naval as the letter has on Bland, off, because it was afllicted animal, of his toea the claim that oil ia a direct product of engagement in Mobile By by lashing and men of their stamp, hut higher with a corn. tho land anfl that it should be in tho Admiral Farragut to the rigging of the George Rooke, the lion tamer, died samo category with rents. praise could not be accorded than their party has at Laredo, Texas, from the bite of the Hartford, died at Annapolis, Md , Tuesopposition. The democratic Polly Price, who was arrested at for sound money, and it ia lion, Parnell. day. Ho had been iu the navy 15 years always stood Louisa, a few days ago, for running a Tho pension payments for April Gen. Fitzbugh Lee has been ap- - Bhanty-hoa- t to be hoped that Mr. Cleveland's timely joint, is Baid to be a Confedwarning and appeal will be considered nointed collector of internal revenue in erate veteran. Sho put on men's clothes thus far have been $0,757,000. and tho This is the right season to paint and piper your house, and if you before the members of that party commit a Virginia district. nearly tho whole disbursements on this account to tbo and served through very best materials, you can not afford to overlook our end of tho month will bring the total up want the The greatest increase made by the war. themselves irredeemably to the ruinous hoard of equalizition was in Pendleton policy of silver mononietalism. When Moleu Graves, section boss at to nearly $12,000,000. No womW thero stock. 18 a deficiency. 22 per cent. county Lebanon, refused to givo Ed Kdolin, a The overtures of the Hon. Tomtit Pet Thomas McCane died at Huntington, negro hand, his discharge papers, tho neThe best is not too good. tit for a fuiion of the populists with tho W. Va., aged 10S. Ho entered the war gro deliberately shot him, tho ball fetriSc Homo Scokora' Excursions republicans in the coming election was of 1S12 when ho was 23. TO 1'OINTS !. MICHIGAN ins a rib Bnd glancing without fatal nrespectfully declined. Tommy wanted Three murderers, two of whom are 8 liltsMAY 7TH, 1895, too much. Uu was willing to lot the re- Indians, will hang upon the samo scafQuality and price are right. "Railroad Bill," a notorious negro publicans have most of the State offices, fold at Fort Smith, Ark., June 23. who has been murderer and desperado, but the Legislature was to be populist The indemnity to be paid Japan by terrorizing train crews in Alabama for On TucnUy. May 'th, the llig Four Kojie wi'l and he was to bo elected U S. Senator, China wil probably be in silver, and mouths, waa surrounded by a posse and ll Excursion Tultrti to points In Mulligan, at besides' tho platform wag to contain an will equal in value $150,000,000 in gold killed. There waa a reward for him tti: tery low rate of out and out free silver coinago plank. Miss Estella Whiteley, of Winches''dead or alive." One Fare For Tho Round Trip. When it comes to calling for the earth ter, O , was thrown from hor bicycle and ! Jacob Lydick, aged 90, whilo visitol sale. the Diyios county miJitot ris"S to the sustained injuries from which she died. ing at Georgetown, arose in hia Bleep, Tickets Rood returning ao days from date acilllica The lllc Four Koute have unexcelled f proportions of a giant. Michigan. Lee Harris and Abe Mitchell, rob- unscrewed tho burner off of tho lamp in (or reaching point in address any agent. For lull particular murderers, pleaded guilty at his room, lit a match and threw it in tho A Georgia ahoemaker, forgetting that bers and mautin, d. e.o. Mccormick Ladies' and Children's Light Colored and Black Slippers in trade to stick to tho last, Birmingham and were sentenced to bo oil. He waa seriously injured in tho ex- lasi. Traffic Manager. Gcn'l Pass. & Ticket Agt. it is beat for his plosion that followed. has announced his candidacy for the Willie Hoops, of Henderssn, was n Tho stockholders of tho bursted First on a silver and laboring men's presidency D. S. oinW ahnrtlv after eating some Eas unite the National Bank at Sedalia, Mo., not only plaiform, his deeiro being to to put up ter eggs and in a few houra waa dead. Hustonvillo, Ky., West and South. A tailor, a rail splittor lose their $230,000, but had nice It ia thought that the coloring matter Hai more More Furniture than was tvcr in and driver have each held $1S7,500 more. and a canal boat pretty lluggtel, Surres Charles II. Mansur, Assistant Con- with which tho eggs wero dyed waa poi- I'haetoni. Moio good Cultivators. Wagons, Plows of tho United States and the presidency formerly a sonous and caused his death. and more nice Harness, Jlridlcs, Whips and moro With 1 1 eel or Spring Heel. we suppose the Georgia shoemaker troller of tho Treasury, and Hinder 'I winothsn was ever teen here. He inn Nicaragua Iibb acceded to tho de- vites the public to call and e his stock and get Missouri Congressman, died thinks that his timo will come along with 8am Logan, Hepalrer and lluilder of harmands of Great Britain, and thero will prices.is in my house and would be glad to have his ness, the butcher and the baker and the can- in Washington. of friends call on him when wanting work done. Albert Long committed suicide at bo no war there, and the Government dlestick maker. PhiladelDhia and left a note stating that tho United StateB will bo relieved of the from Middleaboro says that ho could not get work and preferred delicate necessity of enforcing the MonA Georgo II. Daina has bought tho death to idleness. Editor roe doctrine for tho present. News plant from Congressman I). G. ia said the Monarch Distilling Tho county levy in Clark has been CORDIALLY : It He has also bought the Herald Company, of Chicago and Owensboro, is fixed at 33 cents and in Mason 57J. An which plant from ltoeiver M. H. Rhorer, and to erect a plant at L03 Angeles, Cal., injunction lifts been gotten out in tho To call and examine my Spring Millinery, Is well pride myself that it I am opening up. and that It is bound to pleaie. will consolidate them and continuo to coating $1,000,000. latter county na tho levy exceeds the selected lor cash and being determined to Haying tell for constitution, except boughtI can sell nt the lowest possible prices. An publish the News Bro. DaIiir must have A washout caused the wreck of an liimit allowed by the cash. of tho will convince you. examination great confidence iu the future Atlantic Coast passenger train in South to linnidato old indebtedness. MKS A. A. McKINNbV. 6 city to.go iso heavily. Wo hope Carolina. Two Pullmans wero burned Greatly improved for 1S95 and An need Alabama Baptist preacher, mleplacod aud that wo may yet hut no one was killed. bread crumba 1 it is not worthy of consideration. who carried strychnine on sell him lots there at a profit. A dispatch from Covington saya that iu hia pocket to poison English sparrows, Call My Millinery Stock is full and complete Senator CJoobel had on a shirt of mail, and sugnr with which to clear his throat, Tnit war is all over between China acd when he killed Saudford, which ho ha made a mistake and died while in tiie nn.i Knitiinr mid vnn will i sure to buy a new congre- Spring Hat. n Japan and peace once more spreads her bitually wore of late. pulpit with hia MISSLICCIE HEAZI.F.Y, Stanford, Ky gentle wings. It was a costly experiFire destroyed two business hlockB gation about him. ment with China, as she lost thousands auu the of the Richmond ChapThe banquet with all the records, SPRING AND SUMMER. of men and munitions of war, besides at Plattsburg, Mo., entailing a loss of ter of tho Alumni of tho University of They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. an indomnity of $100,000.-00- 0 having to pay Virginia at the Commonwealth Club at Something to Beautify the Ladies. $300,000, half insured. and give up much of her territory. An earthquake shock was felt at which Postmaster General Wilson was .,.... V..u lft Anw.n atiil Inrpft Japs get Formosa and all tho places Moodus, ;Conn. It caused tho moun- a guest, waa tho most brilliant enterTho Wc give tho assurance to the trade that they will secure the eyor yet given by find in our establishment the same excluiiveness captured by their armieB and tain thero to rock as it has douo half a tainment of the kind in style of patterns, hats anil bonnvU .Snd all the concession of the independence of Oorea dozen times in the last century. Call and scc. . that organizition. Toasts wero respond- leaning novoiiiesin muuucry iui " elao they claimod. and everything by Gov. O'Ferrall and Mr Wilson, known throughout the country. OiCAr Ham fell from a loaded wagon ed to . trimmer for hatesecureda Thanking you lor past favors, we respect spoke on "The Scholar in Politics" so literally was CO years ago Monday that Pres- at Lebanon, Ind., on an iron fence. One who fully solicit your patronage heretofore It M. D. HUDDKRARof the rods penetrated his sido seven and "Thoso who govern a nation must at Lcsuwed. ident Lincoln died from the assassin's KATfc UUDDkRAK, Manager. the governed." the samo time enlighten inches and ho died in a few hours. lv Journal Sam Small, &c 1 Money Found! to-dat- OB. 8 PAGES. Lin-coi- e three-year-o- ld er 'i A Gold Dollar, A "FEW PRICES: lY Novelty Dress Goods. Mid-Contin- 1 low-pric- e in-co- g - LOUISVILLE : STORE, :?., N-j- STAFFORD. office-holdin- g E-a- well-poste- d two-yea- g, FIRE INSURANCE. bit-te- KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. Alt-gel- s &A.nsr-BrOILS. - VARNISHES. BIG TOTTH jaOTTTE, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. SLIPPERS IinriL-fti- l. ta-tn- CARPENTER, Hui-tonvll- le. Needle, Opera, Common SenseToes, H. J. McROBERTS. well-know- Disi-ATC- THK LADIES 1 Col-8o- n. INVITED H.SS Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. ic TO THE LADIES I horror-stricke- court-hous- e r-- it. .. Guarantee Satisfaction 1 first-cla- thesea-son- - HIGGINS & McKINNEY, bullet. j&.tt .'Ctitrf"ftiit ,M; , km--- r Semi-Week- ly II accumulation of revenue! and any contrllm-tonwhich may be made to It anil the accumulated profit of tame, and tuch stocks or funds shall be Invested from time to time, at may be directed by resolution of the corporation. lit officers (hall be the Chancellor Commander, i'relate and Mailer at Armt, at th Uil who iball be elected May and November, and the Keeper In of Kecorda and Seali, Maaterof Finance and Matter of Exchequer, who thall be elected annually by ballot In the lait meeting In November, and tuch other officer! at are provided for by the of Subordinate Lodget ol the Order of Knlfhttcf I'jthlai ol Kentvcky. The debtt ol the ctrporitlon thall never at any time exceed two thoutand five hundred dollars, and the pruperty of in indiuidual members thall not be liabln lor lit corporate debit The acta ol Ihlt corporation thall be valid only when In writing, signea ny me unanceuor commander and the Keeper ol Kecordt and Seali, with lit corporate teal attached, Given under our hand tblt 7th day of March, I M. IIRUCK. 1SS1. A.O HUKKMAN, W II WKAKKN. e y mw-tln- I'ythlatot No capital stock It required to Commence III business and Ita capital stock therjalter ahall be the Standards of FJncceti lie Itrncheit m lllgli I'lnce. Clmrlu.s Frederick Worth, tho famous BrANFOitD.Ky., - Ai'iUL 19, 189& nmn uiilllner nnil tlrefismaltcr, Ih (lend, lmviuji pitasod on to that far country whero his services will not bo In request, u victim of tho dread Inilucnzn W. P. WALTON. now raging ho virulently In foreign capitals. Uy his death the gay city of Purls, whore ho has reigned without a rival hlnce Eugenie's time, will lose one 81, Or DIADEM LODGE NO. of its most prominent fascinntions for fetnalo touri.sts. Scarcely any woman or of niHiAs of wealth or fashion has deemed her tour in foreign parts a complete success Wr. I. M IWuck, A. O. Huffman, W. II U eatunless she brought back with her Wells, en, W. K Sheridan, Joe K Waleit, Jno. 8 K.C.Walton J. H. Owtley, Jr.. an.l other;, do gowns, hut, or other articles of costume designed and executed In his hereby attooste and Income Incorporate and create ourselves, our aasoclatet and tuccettort a body studio. In homo respects ho resembled perpetual succession, to corporate, with power of tho late Ward McAllister, lie was an ue and bt tued, plead and be Impleaded, contract an.l be contracted with, to hare a corporate ral, arbiter tltgantutrum. As an artist, howtarn, at pleasure. and make, alter or amend the The name olthlt corporation ihall be Diadem ever, he was clcurty superior to McALodge No. 81, Knights of Pvihiat of Kentucky, llister. The latter knew, none better, and ita principal place ol Dntinets snail oc aian. what men and women should wear, Kentucky Ita business ford, Lincoln county, wliut designs were graceful and what hall be thceterciseof uch friendship, decslid Charity aa Is provided for In the Ills wcro perfect. Worth knew nil this, laration of the priociplci of the Order of Knights and not only knew It, but ho could cou- tl shall begin from thll day and iball continue twentyfi yeart, or aa Ion at It hat aeven mem bin In good standing in the Order ol Knights of Kentucky. Measured I17 Interior Journal THE LATE MR. WORTH. Articles of Incorporation mm, Standard Rulo 0. Rocord 2:191. !!. BVnoll, out ot Parley, the by Calc well's Parfound his wife in despair, shedding bitrot Hilaim uafind mulejack, 4 yeart old and Will make the tcaton of 1895. " and ter tears, etc. cllent breider. Melt if hands, gray in colo, SIRED BY WALSINQHAM 2100, lire of Latitude 2 totf and yor 8 others la the Hit. It ttnctly a good one. Will alto stand "What's tho matter? Any mUfor-tun-o In connection dam Tintel by Meiienger Duroc 106, ton of Hamblelonlan and tire oi Elalno 2:10 occurred?" the dam ol Norlaine, yearling record 1 31 A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, "Just think of It, our Ous, tho prido a dim Bess Hitter to James Howell, Jr., by Hamblelonlan to, aire of Dexter a 17 , . . 11. . .. ... . .4..- - S...I- - aayie . t P 01 our me, lias gone ana" narry i.uy 45, aire 01 ineuama CI. St. Julian 1 lift, noaine a 19;), Illood bay, ,r, handt high and a .plenrtM Individ, 117 j u.mjdiic and la more that have produced a 30 Ircttcrt; alao tire of tho dam of ual. They iu each ttand at "And what? Speak? Dont keep mo $7 to Insure. Electioneer aire of 130 in the a 30 Int. in suspense?" S.M. OWKNS, 4 dm by Libtrty, ton of Lance, by American Kcllpte. 9 McKlnney, Ky. "IIo hasgonoand engaged himself' Waltingham 1166, lire of who Naboth, It one of the youngest aont of Geortto Wllkei 319, record a to a sewing girl." alied Harry Wilkes a 13H. Ouy Wllkei a a 3 Mike Wilkes a ijX, Wilcox a i5, and 6a others In ' "You don't sny so. Why this is some- Mil; alto 41 producing tona and 19 producing daughters. Notb. Naboth U a bay bcrse, 16 hands liih, loalcd lun e a8. 1888. lilt pedigree contains tne thing appalling." blood ot Hamblelonlan, George Wilkea, Mambrino Chief, l'i lot. Jr . and Harry Clay. "And they say sho is respectable." Will make the pre.ent teaton at the farm of T. A. "Uespcctable? Worso and worse! Ha Coulter, known at the SqulrpMufphv place. iM $15 miles fombtanford on the Huttonville pike may bring disgraco on us by nctually My fine Saddle Stallion, marrying her." Texas Sif tings. At $7 to Insure a 1 ft Society Note. Old man Snobcrly of Fifth avenuo enmo homo one day last week and NABOTH f 1(D) KB. - BALA A Ivdl 3 ij, t, Henry Watterson At to Insure a Living Colt. "I sec," said one policeman to another, "that every trado in tho world but ours has had a great and famous man in It." "So has ours," Bald They Are In Linn Alao. Ilentvo-lene- e tho other pollco-mn- n. "Joshua." "Joshua a policeman?" "Surely, didn't he arrest tho sun?" I'carson's Weekly. A "Ami who was that?" Henrv Watterion It a blood tlJTi S4 handt high, foaled Mar ao. 1801. Will alto make the preient seaon of 1895 at the low price of E1GII T DOLLARS to inture a living Mred by Lebanon 560a, he by Red Wilket 1743, colt. lie it elegant!) bred and a sure loal getter. I will alto stand oneol the greatest living sires; hat eighry-thre- e a j5 periormers to nts cretin, as in isot, such at Prince Wilkes a itji, &c KJ.. a9a Henry Wattersou't l i4ejm lltT fllll-lfrecord a tj; tired Kuncp, Jr , pacer, public record On the followirg terrnt: I am lo have the refutel or the colt at your price on September 1, 189 de- a ii h ducting of the amount for teaton money, but II the price Is not satisfactory to me, I will Henry Wattersnn it perfectly sound and has a a smooth, frictionlen trottltg gait, which carries of the amount atked lor the colt lo pay for tbe season take Notk Owing to the hard time and tbe low price of horae stock, I have greatly reduced season fee him over the ground rapidly. He it a grand indiof my horses and Jacii, and contldering their Individuality and breeding, they Hand lower than any vidual. I will alto Hand my fine black jack, In the State. Stable two rnilei South of Huitonvlllc ou Moreland & Carpenter's Station pike. "VT-XXjUiXJls- Xj., Living Colt. SIX! OR 7 GOOD JACKS, one-litt- one-fil- I'roper Sequence. J. K. BATJGHMAN, Hustonvillo, Ky. Logan, Jay (of lloomvillc) I tell you, sir, our town is a great place. We aro making innovations right along. A year ago wo built a town hall, then wo This fine young Jack will make the present n at the old Levi Hubble farm, a place noted for put in a trolley line, and now wo aro aa He ol fine 4 yeart old erecting a hospital. Wo go right ahead yeartbuiltthe home bdne. Jacka. standIthim at th well I will and fine loir prlco of from 0110 thing to another. Mr. Citlraan From tho trolley lino to tho hospital, I suppose. Harper's $5 to Insure a Colt 4 Months Old Mr. iTTTIMIBO. LOGIC 917. N. S. H. R. ttand Full i$ hands high, 4 years old and has proved a sure foal getter He was sited by V. L. Caldwell's GUnt, out of a good dam. He will alto set-to- Ilazar. A Compliment. 'iff.'V.Jlt vf.av riA-X vt'j h'&M W?a msr V r m -- K 2C vrr mnex-- Ill WATKRS, NO S WKLI.S. C C, - C. WALTON, I S. OWSLKV, JR.. 1KSMC D. WKAKKN, K. R. A S. Slate of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, a"' I, Jaa. K. Cuiumlns.CUik of the Lincoln CouMy Court, do certlly I hit the foregoing aitlclra ot Incorporation were, on the i$th day of March, iSaj, acknowUdgcd before me by I. Si. Ilruce, A. l lluirman, Joe K Waters, W II Wearen, E. C Walton and John S. Wellt to be the r act and deed and the tame wat again cVnoledred on the i(th day of March, 1895, br W '. Sheridan lo be hit act and t'eed before J. II Hurt on my deputy, at ihown by hit endorsement thereon in figurei and words at followi, "March 16, so 5, acknowledged before me by W. V, Sheridan to be hi! act and deed. Jai K Cummins, Clerk, by J. 11. Ilurtou, II C" And the tame at again tblt day acknowlcigcd before me by I. H. Owsley, to be hit act and deed, aud lodged for record wheriupon I have recorded the tame and ihlt cer tificate in my otnee Wllnest uiy hand thlt 18th day ol Mcrch 1S95, IAS. I.I,U1MI.X LlClk, IlyJ II Huron, DC K. 1 W K SHERIDAN, CIIAHLK8 FltKDUHICK WIIIITII. ttv I Ky. Midland R'y, Only Duect LIlc Iktwcen Cincinnati and Frankfort Kentucky Midland, Tralm run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Dec. 30, 1894. No. 1. No No. 3 TKAINS EAST. 1.. 7. a. m. p. to. a. m, p. ra 8 10 Lv Kranklort A jo 7 00 4 "J a 40 . 7 Klkborn SJJ 4 4 " Stamping Uround 7 it jco o jo 3 "3 I Frankfort, Georgetown and Pnrln, Carlislo, Mayavlllo, Oynthlnnn, Falmouth and Covington. Atk for ticket! via Shorten and quicken between " Georgetown.ll.., Arr. C S. Depot. .... " Pani......C... i jo 7 7 47 55 3 J3 10 00 1005 S4S 3 i TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. 9 No 8 p m. a. m. p m. a. m Lve Paris ,...C j 30 9 45 " C. S. Depot 10 17 04a 1130 " Georgetown II 10 40 643 3 43 113a " Slamp'g Oround 1050 ft 17 703 105 " Klkhoro .1116 14a 70 64s Arr 'rankfwri.A....ii 30 too 73 713 10:43 a ra. Leave Frankfort 8:30 a.m arrive at Lexington 6.j 11 Leave Frankfort arrive Cincinnati at m. Leave Frankfort t.jop m.; arrive Cincinnati sat p. in. SUNDAY TRAINS. Wist Leave Georgetown 10.37 A. M.; arrive at Franklort it 30 A. M. Last Leave Frankloit a :j9 P. .M.J arrive at oeorgetown 3'ij r. i Leave Frankfort s 30 p, m ; arrive Cincinnati io:toa 7am; tiont form the ihortett and cheapest route toall pointt Nmlh, natt, North and west. For further information apply to their agents. .tgent. (. 11. ne.lll.AW, i.tn j'att. Gon Supt GKO. II. HAKI'EIt, Kec'rft Frankfort, IK VOU AKK GOINO The Kentucky p, m Leave Cincinnati 30 a m. 7 30 a m ; trrivc Frankfort - Midland Kailway and connec- Ky. If OHTH ok WEST, THE Louisville 4 Nadhvilic M. H. Is th line for you, at its Double Daily Trains Make close conuectiona at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. AGOAOri CHKCKKD THROUOH For any information e.'quire of JOKS. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky THE WEEKLY 60URIER-J0URNA- L Is a leu page eight column democntic newspaper. 01 cveryming guinc II coninini ine ttiSN BY WATTERSON It the editor. I PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. ThoWKEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes very liberal terms to ageut , and gives Iree premium fur clubs Sample copies of the paper aud four page Premium Supplement tent frco 10 any addrcat Write to Tho COURIER-JOURNASemi L CO. KY. LOUISVILLE, The Weekly Interior Journal, And The Weekly Address Courier-Journ- al , I Willie tent one year to any addrets lor 2 7C. W.P.WALTON, ' Tho sleeves of ladles' dresses'growlng constautly Inrger has Inspired Prof, Materials for Cushions. Suitable materials for tho covers of tmedison to invent pneumatic sleeves pillows aro legion. Pieces of last sum- which can bo filled with air evory tlmo This fine imported Hackney st.ll on will make Crab mer's thin silk can bo used, aud for a tho dress Is worn. Fliegende Ulaetter. the season of 1893 at my farm on th known Orchard as the pikethree miles Irom stanf ru hearth cushion there is nothing better M. Hail larm, and will ictvh mares Over the Samovar. John than the front of one of those Old Friend Did you bring over any Living- Colt. patterns which wero used a few years oxtra luggage with yon this- time from At $10 tolnsure ngo, and which wcro embroidered in Paris? Money due when the fact atcertalned or mare Persian designs and colorings. At any parted with. Countess St. Gcrmaino (neo do fine individual ana put Connaught ad 351a Japanese store can be found a variety Oh, no; nothing except the count. sesies the finest actionis of any hone in the of printed cotton crepes of odd silks, or The llckuey is uoied the country over for N. Y. World. style, sction and endurauce. They have been bred of elaborately embroidered oriental for these qualitiet for over 100 jeart. Surfeited. scarfs, ranging from 25 cents a 3'ard to Connauhl id was bred by James Coker ot Site I havo been listening to an aw- licetlvy Hall. East Dereham, N'oifoik Was ti, J any amount you may be willing to pay. by Victorof iteetley 1857 Hani llonnie 1923, by fully clever man for tho past hour. A new material Is chlu'on, a ridged cotHighflyer 1006. lie wat import) d by A H. Ho Then you may And mo dull. ton goods, woven of threads of differol Crawfordville, Indium, June 3 1893 She Not at all. Ono can't stand too Testimonial We think the rlcknn urotted ent shades of tho same color. It Is .10 with Kentucky mares will uitke gojd sellers and inches wide, and but 75 cents a yard, much of that sort of thing, you know. good horses for the market. I Kit Thomas, LextUicton Life. H yards making tho cover and millo Norfolk, V'a E. D for a largo pillow. At several shops Call and see thlt excellent ttallion Where She lau't. LINCOLN COUNTY HOKSE CO.. they aro already made up in greens, Mrs. Oldstylo Is Mrs. Newago at UyA. F. Mohkrlv, Stinf"rd, Ky. dull pinks and blues or yellows. home? Servant Mrs. Newago Is an emanciWaterproof Walking KklrU It i.s advisable that one hhould havo pated woman, ma'am. She is never ut w, a. josks. J. T J KM, MCK. ono petticoat to bo used exclusively for home N. Y. Weekly. walking, and this may bo faced for Subjective. some distance from the bottom with a "You let your charity encroach upon waterproof cloth. There will then bo truthfulness. Do you really think Jones almost perfect protection for tho feet Interesting?" and ankles in wet weather. It is tho ny. "Yes as a typo of dullness." Judge. Kwibhlug of damp clothing about tho Sole pnprictors Deau't Illack Diannmt K10 feet that constitutes most of the disDnUn'i Diet. Paint Estimates furnitned for painMng Aocd, Uuarantt-rdMenl and lion Kixift. "01 hovn't enten nnythln' comfort of a rainy day expedition, and reIllack Diamond All root painted with Dean' the waterproof lining docs awuy with marked Mr. Dolan, "but a glass av milk Paint guaranteed for years Dealers iu bet citan' 01 drank thot," Washington Star. ; tern Pumps and Galvaniied Iron rilttrs. tea-gow- the designs and then execute them. To this extent he was an artist, and he was supreme in his realm. The woman who thought she knew what sho wanted better than he did not have ber goMi made by him. There are other men dressmaker, but they have not reached his helghUw It was only necessary to have the Mump of Worth upon one's gown in order to secure universal respect and envy, l'robably In his long career he turned out many dresses that were no better than those designed and created by others, but this made no dilTcreuee so long as it was known they were produced by Worth. It was as much heresy to doubt the jierfeetion of a drew made by Worth as it would bo to belittle a score ly Ileethoven or a picture by Raphael. Tho signature at once lifted it above criticism. In his time, says tho Chicago Tribune, Worth hud a long and brilliant career. Women of wealth and fashion, brides aud widows, countesses and duchesses, queens and princesses, actresses and prime donne havo thronged his studio and been arrayed In a glory which might be unlike that of the lilies of the field, and yot was both fascinating and powerful in its influences, for how many actresses and singers hare relied upon Worth's ravishing stago costumes for tholr success, and how many more who never saw Worth liare clandestinely usee! his name to draw troops to tho matinees and make a popular success! No man living, poet, prose writer, artist, singer or actor, has ever had such an influenco upon tho world of high society as this dead gown maker. lie ban been the adoration of those who could afford to patronize him, while those who could not havo lived upon hope that soma day their ships would como in whereupon they would sail away to Pari and vlsi that atelier whence issued Worth's such ravishing costume. calling wns not a Tcry exalted ono, for a man, but measured by the standards of bucccss ho reached a high place. Ho was easily at tho top of his profession, and, as tho practice of hla profession did call for some artlstia knowledge and some sense of tho beautiful, his rise and hL. pinnacle where ho Nit lonely are not to be lightly regarded, or to bo deprecated. While It Ls somewhat of a calamity to lose a man like, Worth, who had done no small work In helping to beautify women, still thero is no question his plneo will be filled, as among his lieutenants there aro those who by long experience are fitted to All It. It la ouo of tho compensations of nature that no man Ls Indispensable. Other geniuses will appear In tho world of fashion, and some ono of them ore long will dominate It as supremely as did Worth. Meanwhile It will bo, in one sense ut least, a relief that stao performers of tho female sex can no longer assert their artistic excellence because their gowns wero made by Worth. ceivo "That boy of yours, madam," remarked tho conductor, as ho punched tho half-farticket, "looks remarkably well developed font child under twelve." "Thank you," replied tho lady, very calmly. "It's so gratifying for mo to have anyone notice Tommy's remarkable precocity." Chicago ICecord. o Tussled. Miss 1'assee-- I told Mr. -- , rode tho bicycle for the good of my com plcxion, and ho said it would be 1m possible to improve my looks. Miss Terry Well? Hiss Pavsce I'm trying to think if he meant to insult or to compliment mcl Puck. No Senas of Humor. Fuljamcs I $5 for Mares and $10 for Jennets I. Poil-0(Bc- Sired by Stonewall lack ton, Jr, Harm, by Stonewall Jackton ji, by Wathington Denmark dt. Logic's lit dam by King William 67 -- Hlind Hilly. ly W'athlngton Penmark by Black Denmark Second dam by Miller's Denmstk, by Denmark, by imp. Hedgeford. Third dam by Ontt-it'Telegraph, by Telegrsnh. Mares kept at rcatonanle rates. by Hill's Black Hawk, by Sherman. Fourth dam by Teller's Drennon, by Brinker't 10 BISHOP, JOSIAH Drennon. by Davy Crockett. Shelby City, Ky. Fifth dam by Oliver, thcroughbred. Logic It a very substantial hurse. beautiful red lorrelwith fine mane and tall, which he carries at near to perfection at a hone can. Hat a fine disposition ; drives nicely and for his handling- he is a hne actor. Rack, Trot, Walk, Ca ter and Slow Pace A few of his colli have come this Spring and all have been found going the gaits with high Standard and Regittered! i6'i hands high; iU new nu tan inn 01 extra nne size. You can see from his pedigree that ho ls a very years oia ana weignt i.ijo pounat. Emperor 7j will make the prctent tearon of l!js r" highlyhred saddle horse, and one that will tire fancy, highU!!ed saddlers. Leeic will make the luy larm nctr Shelby City at season at my farm, 4 milet Irom Danville, on the Danville and Stanford turnpike, s At $7 for Mares and $10 for Jennets to Insure a Live Oolt. T. A. COULTER. English 1 :- -: Hunter. Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; both hind ankles white. Emperor 27. - e Shelby City, Ky. S TKVIS, AT $10 vice. Losic is standing to suit the hard times. See him before you bleed Pattureat $a per month. Grain fed at reasonable Mies, which must be paid bcloie mares are taken away. Will make the season A lien INSURE A LIVING COLT. retained en coltt unt'l payment of ter- - TO Little Johnny That young man who comes to see you must be pretty poor company. Hu hasn't any sense of humor. Sister Why do you think so? Little Johnny I told him all about the funny way you rush around and bang doors, when you get mad, and ho didn't laugh a bit. Good News. On Eaitol Stanford, at it my place, ii A. E. HUNDLEY, milei Danville, Ky. Crocket, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp, Drennon su dam by Highlander. Abdallah Messenger, s re of English Hunter, Is by Messenger Chief, tire of Maud Meneenger 2 i61, Jake a 13 and 7 others better than a 30 nt dam riuile by Sentinel 3 39) in 1871, sire of Von Amin a 13 and 7 others better than a 30, and full brother to Volunteer, a dam Kitty Rivers, g. d. ot Maud Messenger a 16!;; by Alexander's Abdallah, tire ot Goldsmith Maid a 14, and the mes prepotent son of Kytdylc's Hambletonlan 3dam by Red Jacket, sire of me dam of Kentucky Wilkes a at, and ot the g d. oi Red Wilkes, lly Comet, a ton of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's Hlack Hawk, founder of the Morgan family famil), the greatest family of roadtteis in the world. I will stand English Hunter the season of i?gj at my stable 3 nines Irom Shelby City, on the Kuob Lick and Turnertville p,kc at 3:5 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or maro parted wth. I will also stand the excellent young jack, BY ABDAL.LAH MESSENGER dim the William Lutk raddle mare, by Davy $15 To Insuro A Living Colt. the Sea ocean? was Traveler Wero you troubled with mal do mer while you were crossing tho Old Lady think about anything Free Press. Really, I dont know. I that dreadful seasick I couldn't else. Detroit A Blight Dletlnctloa. opoly wa killed? Lobbyist Xot exactly; he said he wouldn't yield until tho monopoly Mgaro up." Puck. Literally Trot. IIow could you conscientiously tell Miss Elder that she Is tho only woman yon ever loved?" "It Is a fact Compared to her the others were more girls." Boston Iludget. Tkfy tract at Xatnrat Leak. First Now Yorker Were there many Nw Yorkers In Chicago? Second Now Yorker (Just from Chicago) I Imagine so. 80 many of the people I passed In the street had such a disgusted look. Life, HaaalbU Man. Ky sweetheart has given me the mitten. But I will not dcpair: I'll make love to her lister. And then I'll hare a pair. DosUu Oonrler. Senator Sldera What made Senator Wayback withdraw his bill? Didn't ho $5 to Insure a say he would never give up until mon- Five years old, 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bone, good style and extra length. Sired by the champion jack, Tom Keene, by Kube by Clark's Mammoth, he b Wight's Tom Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth Keene's dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Monby Cole's Montgomery, by Old Illack tgomery, Sampson. Tom Keene's 3d dam by Mogul, by Compromise, by Tippecanoe, by lilack Hawk, by Imp. Warrior. Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, by Tultv's Warrior, her dam an imported lennet. The above finely bred young jack, whose b'oM Colt. linet trace twice to the great Warrior family and to the noted Illack Hawk, the greatett of the War Money due when the colt comes or the mare It nor family, with an infusion ol freth imported parted with Mares grated or fed at reasonable bloou clom up. hat proved a great breedrr. Will prict s. Not retpontible lor accidents, should any stand at $6 to Insure a living- colt to approved mares Hnd 710 for jennets, without distinction as occur. will alio stand Ullt Edge Is a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane to sex ot progeny. This splendid combined stslllon will make the of tie late L. D. and tail, 15 hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. rreient teaton of ifjs at the farm 6, 18S6, and is a perfect saddle horte. Garner, 3 miles from Crab Orchard, at Gilt Edge was showed at a 3 year-ol- d and took Klrksvllle abd Danpremium Oolt 4 old the tweepttake own ring at Harndtburg Thote At $4 to insure a living co't Sam Is aatd to be the ville and In his at good breed stallion are belt cotton mule jack in the country. Urignoliaisared bay ttallion, saddle and harness who wantlnto lied to to a at our ssddle and see him cordially look hone B. P. POWELL. 16 hands high: fine style and action combined; moe. and hat fin Kane and tail He was tired by He was tired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning Messenger, he by Meuengrr Chiel. ham's lewd, ht b tld Washington Denmark THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Brlgrjoha's nrtldam by old Lexington, the fie His first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. saddle horse. Second dam hy Wells' Crustder, his firtt dam by Stonewall Jackton, he by Washington Denmark, he by Black Denmark, hit first dam by Crusader, he by Old Whip, second dam a Kocky Mountain Race Record a:io. Sire or Gilbert a aS. This fine young Jack will serve a limited num- mare ber of mere i at Six Dollars. MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Winner of the wear-ol- d d and tweepttake premSeason money due if mare it traded or nirted iums for standard-bretrotters at the Milledgeville, Ky. W. S. GARNI R with. World's Pair, 1S93. Crab Orchard, Ky. ij Pence has proved hlmieli to be a breeder of BY SECOND JEWEL 48. both style and speed. Ills colts have told from the pailure, without any training bills, at 5 150 to Dam by old Stonewall Jackton. $150 thete hard times. Ihla fancy saddle stallion will make the saason mile from Milledgeville, Mares taken care ol at a per month, but not of 1895 at our stable Lincoln county, Ky., ou tho Stanford .Milledgeretpontible firaccldentt. ville pike. Owing to the scarcity ot mouey we A. M. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. will ttand him 13 GILT EDGE 261. REGISTERED. GOVERNOR ST. JOHN, i BRIGNOLIA. At $10 to Insure a Living - X SAM SftlAaLX, months Ab-dall- CLINTON, JR. Gambonito 8419. To-nig- ht rRACTIOAl. INTKNTIOX. old form. Chester Dare. First Wallace mark, Jnd dam by Dick Elmore. Daisy hat been a blue tie winoer In many rlngi in her 3 and 4 year and a heavy tad Gambonita 2 19 the handsome black son of wat sued y King Eagle, winner of that great young tire, Gambetta Wilkes a has nmre man 40 niue ties handt high; foiled lu 1897 itt dam by Star Eagle, cttt ton ol Cabbell't Lex- - been declared by tho highest authonty, ana after Brown ttallion, going through the most trying tettt, the finest Sired by Woods' Kagle Uird. Kirtt dam Mollie Mountz, as above. Thlt It at fine a horse as you id ngttn. Hamlet Denmark, son cf Washington and most perfect specimen ol standard bred trotdam by ting stallion that Uses. Uambonlto wears theolH-cia- l will find in Kentucky and goes all saddle irtltt Denmark seal as being the handsomest trotting stallion gcod. 311 dam by Harris' Denmark, son ot Miller's Den- lathe world, and all who have seen the kingly mirk form and lordly bearing of this proud monarch of Eagle Uird will mske the teaton ol &)$ at his sta tho equine world know how justly the mantle so bid two milet wett ol Stanford, on the bhelby long and so worthily worn by Mambrino King beCity 1 i e at the extremely low price of longs to thit grand production of Kentucky horte-iranth- lp Dark brown stallion, i3? hands high timl by Gambjoito Is a jet black stallion, jutt Dendam Daisy, hy THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, Corbeau. Wlnrcr I 500 tinke at Lixington, won tecond oughbred 3d dam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorliar ttallion. 16 handt high: foaled In 1P90; goet money In $5 0 stake at Vtrwlllcs, winner of aget all the gaits perfectly. Full biother to ailvir premium and eep'take at Paris, alto winner of oambonlto S4 19 will make the season of 1893 at King and the great shew mare, Atlie G omer premium tin 1S93 unce wnich time he bat Ctntral Park, at the low price of He It br On Time. First dam Mollle Mountz been in the stud by Cabbcrs Lexington. EAOl E III K I) is a beutllul brown, with sma 1 $25 to Insure a Living Oolt. ttar, fatijfc cvci 16 has a flowing; mane ROYAL KING. Eaglet. tsf EAGLE BIRD! Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19. Sire of 4a in 30 list. 1st dam Maud, by Garrard Chief, aire of Basil Duke s a8 and Lady Vtiter, dam of five in a 30 list, ad dam Nellie, by son of Hilly Iloyce a 14, by tagellird i), Chester Denmark. $15 t Insure a Living Colt. The above stallions will make theteasou of 1895 at my stable i mile from Stanford on the Huttonville pike at $10 to Insure a Live Colt. V -- Colts stand good for season mone. Mares from a distance kept at t per mouth but not retpontible lor accideuts Stallions in charge of Hoy Y Uoatloy. Am to handle horses at reasonable prices KVKR'S JtiK Mouty or caah ncte will be requited when a bvinx cilt It obtained. haxle Uird it one of tbe greatett thow hortet In Kentucky, at hit record in iS3 will attest. As a breeder of fine, good colored, high styled celts ne it not urpatc Mates Irom a distance will be lurnished gran efter May itt at $1 50 per month and must be paid l the removal cl the marts. Care will he takeu to preert accidents and es capes, but will net be retpontible shoul 1 any occur. Parting with or removal cf uures foifeits the In urancr, 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, and at an Individual worthily weara the title, "the finest bred trotting; stallion In the world," as awarded him by the World's Fair committee. He was awarded the grand poze offered tor standard bred staillont five years old and over and also first time for trotting staillont of auy age iu harLcsi. Thus he was winner of the two most important prizes offered at the World's Columbian Exposition. His firtt colt, Gilbert a aS at 3 years old, won four out of fivo races in 1893 as He If you want to breeds speed and Individuality, raise the kind to tell, Gambonito is the one to breed to. Call and tee his colts; they will speak for themselves, B. P. WOODS. THORNTON STAR. 10J4 Saddle Horse Register. Mahogony bay, 15)4 hands, soundin every par licular. Foaled slay, 1891. hired by RED PRINCE 31, by Second Jewel 48, by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64, by Gaiuet' Denmark At, by Denmark F. S., by Imported Hedgetord. ut dam Diamond 514. a brown mare, 16 bands, by Nobby 36, sire of Nobby, Jr., aij, by Garrard Chiel, sire of llasll Duke a aS, by Mambrino Chief, aad the damt of Sambomto a lyjf, world champion, and Lady Veiter, dam of 30 or better, ad dam Old diamond $13, by Len Rogers td dam by Gatton's Lafayette. Thornton Star Is the kind to breed to. You find on hit tire't side he runs back to Imp. Hedgeford. On is dam's side he has the trotting crott of Nobby, by Mambrino Chief 11, and is the sire of two 1:30 trotters ; besides Nobby It tire of a great many of our bett saddle hones, and is a registered saddle stallion and also trolling stud. Diamond, tbe dam ot Thornton Star, is 16 hands and It onoot ihe finest marrs in Kentucky Sheila noted show mare with great style and action. His and dam wat 16 hands aud at fine as anybody's, Thornton Star was exhibited last year old at quite a number of Kentucky asa3-ea- r fairs and only met dulcat once or twice always being a contending horte in tbe saddle staket. He will. I think, this coming season be me botaamong-saddlstallions, and the horso that beats him will make nit owner proud ol ihe job. He it fine in every particular , goes all the gaits and can do every thing right to a lettei, at it should be. Will serve a hu lied number of mares At $15 To or $10 cash time of service. Note If mares bred and in loal should change handt, money due at that time. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not rejoutille for accidents should any occur. g Connaught 2d 3S12 Wallace Denmark, Gors all the gaits to perfection und without any training trots under 2 40. Kiltecn and three- quarters hauds hUh Hv Sumpier Denmark, jr, he by Godda'd's De mark lis by Games & Cromwell s Denmark, he by the r horte Denmark, hu by Imp,Hcdge- - 55. n - foru. 1 - d" 11 11111-Ion- s) bert, thorougtbred. a dam., by Vlrlniua, dam of Virginlus by 3 unie Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, he iy ledhunter's Sir Wullace, I e hy fcir AlTran-- b jiui 11 cuuti-tr- t. th roughbrcd; ho by Mason's Whip- thomtienured. dam . a Whip mare $10 too Insurance. I homp-to- n, )LrXM)L Suti-- S6S. y. JOCTES BE03., ii nati.lt Inch. II r Wallace Denmark 55, Wallace Denmark 35. c'am M.-- 37 by Vdette, by Vindex, by Dlood't he by Old Illack Hawk. Videtic's Illack Whip, td dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old lir I'am Vindex's tst dam by Mambrino Chief I'lirrr. n, .uildci, v tlld Hay Mottenger. 3d dam by Cannuu'a W h p. jdam Julia Wa'ace, bySir Wallnce, lie by Mr Wullace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred Whip, thor3 dam by Viiglnlut, he by Mason's oughbred 4 dam a Whip mari. 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'ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPIKC AND DINING SEt; THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE CARS YORFOLKWESTERN RAILROA! CHEAPCST. BE8T AND QUICKEST LINE. s, Pcscrlptiv Write for Kates, Maps, 'ainphlcts, to uny Statiou Agent, or to Time-Table- WII'M'frist. KOi.MJWE.VA. W. B. DCVILL, Uli. I'uwustr AlttN HULL, Ai. tOLHItlNO. Tr.iellac Vnm. i KUOUKt. TA. M. T, BNACC, ns you do." "Oh, Ki I beg your pardon, Miss Miltby," I apologized, "I hope you will forget that I spoke so rudely. Indeed, I did not mean it," "I don't seo what reason you havo for objecting to Mr. Kilmer paying mo One irirl in tho wlmln tvr.rlil Mint, mailn any attention ho sees fit to pay," she it any kind of a world for me, and wo told mo for an answer. "I have known hadjind a slight misunderstanding. It him for a long time and he Is held in wasn't tho head that gavo me the the highest esteem by everyone except heart aehe; it was the heart that gavo you." mo the headache. 1 believe I said that "But I have known you quite as long 1 took eight nours' sleep soven nights as ho has," I contended. in the week. At this point I wish to "Which is hardly a reason for acting modify that statement. In tho weak as you are now acting," sho said. past, I hnd done so only six nighLs, for "Does he love you?" I nsked, nnd I the night before tho day on which I could feel a thousand throbs in my was on my way to see Kitty wo had head at once. disagreed with each other. I don't "I presume not," she replied, smiling. tli ink I slept at all. "If ho does ho has been too modest to I was going now to seo tho young say six" woman and settlo tho matter finally, "Do you love him?" and though I was a promising young "That is my own affair," she anlawyer ready to mako a case for any- swered, freczinglj. " body else, I had no papers in this I threw my hand quickly to my side, ease, and was going I for, as I live, I thought that instant didn't even have so much as my brief that my heart would certainly break loose and drop down. I think if 1 with me. At tho door Mrs. Miltby Mre. Milt-b- y could havo stepped on a scale that mois Kitty's mother, and a most exment with It in my bosom, I would emplary and motherly soul met mo have weighed a ton. and on the instant started back in "It is not altogether 'yours," I said, amazement. with a gasp. "Ko?" and the Interrogation point "Why, John" she always called mo John, for she had known me since 1 ran up into her eyebrows and arched was a mere baby "why John," she them sharply like a spear point, it exclaimed, "whatever is tho matter seemed to me. "No, and I want you to so underwith you? You look like you were going to have a bad spell." stand it." I was growing desperate. "Oh. tiiat will be all right in a day "I have some rights which I propose to or so," 1 replied, evasively. "I havo a see are respected, and I shall not stand severe headache. Is your daughter at liko a post and be dumb as one." home?" "And what rights havo you, pray, "You mean Kitty?" she asked in sur- that I should respect them?" she usked, prise. so sarcastically that I felt as if I had "Of course," said I. "You haven't stepped across the path of a cutting any other daughter, have you?" and I hailstorm. made believe to smile. "Tho right of having my claim heard "Oh, I didn't know," she stammered. before it is disallowed and thrown out It was cruel to tease hor, and with a of court," I responded, dropping into supreme effort I talked rationally to shop talk without knowing it. her for a fow minutes they seemed "Havo you ever presented your like hours to me and then sho said claim?" sho Inquired with judicial digsho would go and tell Kitty. nity. As for myself, I wont Into the little Had I? That was the question. Had parlor and waited. How sweet and I? For years I had known Kitty Miltpretty it looked, and how like a sand- by. Wo had grown up from childhood stone on a gold sotting I felt. Everything was as I had seen it so often, the o picture of her grandpa over tho DTfifi piano; the frame in which my picture hnd been for so many months, but empty now, on tho corner of the mantel; tho large photograph of Saint Cecilia looking heavenward, as wo had so often told cacli other we always felt when we were together; tho two big friendly chairs inviting each other to come nearer, which we always sat in when I lirst came in tho evening, and tho snug little sofa in the corner that was always my point of departure when I told her good night, and went my way back to my own cheerless apartments in a homeless boarding-housI looked nt them all, and as the drowning man sees all his sins before him, so did I seo all these things twico over, and multiplied bj the thouHOLDING OUT THE EillTV FltAMX. sand as tho greatest blessings of my life. Then I shut my eyes. I couldn't together. Wo had gone to school tohelp it. My head felt as if n dozen gether. For months I had lovod her. nets of lungs had got into it and were Hy day she was ever in my thoughts, doing expansion turns for a prize. and by night her bpirlt filled my 1 opened my eyes suddenly at tho dreams with music. I had given her my heart without the nuking, but I had sound of a voice. "Mother told mo you wished to see never asked for hers. It didn't Beam I thought of course she me," it said, as chilly ns if it had been necessary. left out over night in the frost. knew I wanted it. Now, I was brought "Oh, Ki " I began, as I stood up be- face to foco with the facts. Had I ever fore her. "I beg your pardon," I con- presented ray claim? Well, I had noL tinued; "your mother was quite right. At least, not with the formality which I did wisn to see you." my training na a lawyer demandod "I can scarcely understand why," that I should. sho went on, "after what occurred last "Oh, Kitty, Kitty," and I almost night. Still, you may lxs able to cried from tho reaction. "I lore you and I am willing to listen, at more than all the world, and I wmnt least for a few minutes. I have an you as much as I want all tho world; engagement," sho added, with tho for you are the world to in. Now. not fain tost kind of a smile. will you say that my claim It was such a miserably mean littlo been presented?" smilo, I thought, that it was ashamed It doesn't make any difference what to show itself openly. sho said, or how she said it, or wheth"Oh, don't let mo detain you," I tried er my arms were on tno mantelpiece, or to snj with biting sarcasm, but I only whero they were, and it's nobody's bit my tongue in saying it. business how much that man Kilmer "I shall not," site replied. "When I hud to do with bringing me to a reaam ready to go I will let you know. lising sense of my situation, or why ho Irny be seated," and she waved mo to and Kitty smiled when I told him it my chair again, taking one of our was all right- I think Kilmer is the best fellow in "our," think of thatbig chairs and nestling down In it so cozily that I tlio world, and so does Kitty, with one exception. wanted to throw a book at her. When I left tho Ijouse Mrs. Miltby met "I presume," I said, "your engagement Is with that Mr. Kilmer ami my me in tho hull. presence hsro is an Intrusion." "Here's a sovereign remedy for the "Oh, no," sho said, "no intrusion at headache, John," sho said, handing mo nil. At least, not yet. No was hero a bag of herbs, "I've used it for forty this morning nud told mo ho would years, and it never fails." not bo around again until fouro'clook." "Oh, that's all right, moth Mrs. She looked up at the pretty brass Miltby," said I; "I guess I'm cufrcd of clock I had given her. Doth its tiny that kind of headache forever," and if hands were clasping tho figure three. she hadn't stood in the door us I went s of uii hour, and a whole down the walk, I'm sure I should havo lifetime thereafter! jumped clean over tho gate, and acted "Isn't It enough that you should have in a mnuuer utterly unworthy of my killed me," I faaid, "without being so dignity ns a rising young lawyer. eager to cut me up?" It was f.ix p. in., nud Kitty had not "I was merely defending a fricna," missed her engagement at four, besho retorted. cause by that time it was permanentl "And you claim Kilmer ns a friend?" settled. Detroit Freo Press empty-handed. pand there about four diameters, at Intervals of a minute. I belicvo they call them nervous headaches, but 1 fancy they wouldn't be nny moro agrecnble by nny other name. Thon my heart was as heavy as lead, and onco or twico as I walked along I really feared it was going to pull looso from its fastenings and drop down upon my duodenum, or whatever it is that the doctors tell us Is concealed in our persons in that neighborhood. Possibly It was the heavy heart that gave mo tho headache. But no. I recall now that I was going to see Kitty, tho why a young1 man of good moral character nud temperate habits, who takes eight hours' sleep seven night in the week, should havo a headache, hut I did. It was one of those popping kinds of headaches that make one feel as if his lungs had gone to his head and thej were trying to ex- reason "I certainly do. Isn't he a friend of yours?" "Xot nt nil. If ho were, he would not have Interfered with my happiness as ho lias done." "I beg your pardon," 6ho said. "I didn't know ho hnd." "Didn't I tell you last night he was n scoundrel, intent only upon separating us?" I nsked, hotly. "And didn't I tell you that I would permit no friend of mino to be called n scoundrel by anyone without resenting it to the utmost?" she replied. "IJut I did call him that," I insisted. "Yes, and what good did It do you?" sho said, stepping to tho mantel nnd holding out the empty frame in which my picture had formerly been the attraction. "Ills will take place of tho former occupant?" I said, scornfully. "Ills or another's," b1o respondcd.nnd nctunlly giggled. "Great Scott!" I exclaimed, staggering d to my feet, "am I then a dupe? Are tho returns nil in? Have the back counties been heard from, Miss Miltby?" nnd I burled my face in hands. "Mr. Kilmer is, at least, enough of a gentleman, scoundrel though you say he is," she said, "not to talk to a lady two-fol- mssLW WORYllpOApJ DRESSED BEEF SIDES KtiRlnricVn Orrn'rit Mnrkrt For ItiitchrrV .Meat or All lllmU. Tho lnrgefc Imtcliera' mont mnrt in tho world is tho faiuotis.Smithfluld ninr-koFrom tho days when L:tiinor nud Ridley worn martyrod thoro in tlio time of Quoon Mary, Smithilrhl has boon noted for its killings. Tho fat stock show annually hold tlioru is known over t. D Sniltlinol.l, TFLQAT6 FORTY MILLION QAKE5 YEARLY. tm pnocrtn qamihc co- - cin-- r j the: Queen &Crescent ROUTE T ?IP nitKssKD ' rv' rou rmithfield. reaches the principal cities of the South with n service of superbly appointed" through trains. Day Coaches nnd Sleeping Cars through to Hnrrittian, Chattanooga, Attalla, Ilirminghnm, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot bprings nnd Ashevillc; and .,.from Chattanoogo , to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe . . . ... . t 1.... nnu tjiircvepon..' tnrougn lounsi aicejiers w ws .uikch: mm Jfcl $3) San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico nnd California, via New Orleans or vin Shrcvcport. Short Line from the Illuc Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Pnrlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cnrs between Cincinnati, Lexington nud Chattanooga. ' W. O. Illnosrson, ChM.W.Zoll, 0. 1'.. I., Cincinnati, 0. JWr. Pait'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0. M 1 'ssillsSHW gg&7aZZS cot-tag- mMlt e. tho civilized world. Wherever in Great Britain veal, lambs, beoves or swino nro roared with especial enro nnd expectaNATIONAL BANK tion of commanding tho highest price, OF STANFORD. KY. Tli annual ractting olthe itocltholdtrt of h thoy nro sent to Hiuithilold market. Its Morrlsuil Carpenter's Msiioo turnpike will ) bntchers nro tho most export jndges of hcM St llutlonv.ile i in Saturday, May a, 15. at a Capital Stock-Surpl- us the purpoM moat in tho United Kingdom. Many n Em,, for dlrtctori loi of electing a piraldent and ol the cniulDc trar farmer and butcher have m ado n J K HA rUH.MAN, Prea. well off for lifo roaring nud Attention of the public ia invited 10 the fsi t slaughtering meat for tho Smithiluld that this is the only National Hank in Stanford market. Under the provision! of th. National Hank are secured not only by tha capital At Smithficld is fonnd tho best nud stock, but bv the stockholder! liability lor neatest stylo of dressing carcases nnd 1 he annual meeting for the cIkiiod ot a presi- amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ass ol nt Cireclora too, dent and boardwjllbeheld at tor the Knob l.ick this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. preparing thom for innrkot. Here, urnpiVeCo the Hrt Nation Five sworn statements of lhaconditicn of th bash nro paid perhnps tho highest priced real- llaoV in Sunlord the lit Saturday in May, are made each yesrto the United Stalls govsra-ca.- nl nd tlockholctrsar hereby notified ized for meat in tlio world. and its assets art esamlned at statad time CLIKTON FOWLER, l're n by government agents, thus ancunng addilitoaa In long rows nt StnithUeld hang hunand perfect safely 10 depositora. dreds of btwf carcasses dressed in tho Thn imtitulioo. originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1I5I, then Etylo shown in tho illustration. 01 Manlora in ua aa me nationalasnaak First National imj ana Hank ol aniird again the In iSSi, hit hid piactically an uninterThe annual meeting of the ilockholderi ol the Sunlord rrlzo lings In South Carolina. Turnertlle, McKinney Coffey'a MI.ITurep.le rupted eintcnceof ti yean. It It better supplied Tho Now8 nnd Courier will pay $100 Road Co will t held at McKlnner the nt Satur- now with IscUitlet for transacting business prompt a p. m,, an the purpone in gold to tho two fnruiorsor other per- day m May, 1805, at and board for director? lor of ly and liberally than evsr befoi'ln its long fiduelecting a pretldeot of tht honorable csreer. Accounts of corporation!, two heaviest enauingyear. sons who shall rnlso tho u H. F. OOOUK, I'rea. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully 1 olio-lihegs in South Carolina during tho year Th Director; ei this Hank is compoatd ot 180S. This amount will bo divided into Foreitut Rend, Lincoln county; two prizes. Tho prizo for tho biggest S. T Harris, Lincoln; hog will bo f80 iu gold nnd for tho secJ II. Colliei, Lincoln; ond biggest hog f 20 in gold. A third The annual meeting of the atockholderi of the J W Hayden, Stanford; Iluitonvllle A' Carpenter's Creek lurnplkc Co. prizo for tlio hog showing tho largest will S. II llaughman J Lincoln; In on the lit Saturday beheld at gain at tho lowest cost will bo a J S. Uocksr, Stanford; May, 1805, at a p, m,, for the purpose of electing W. A.TrlbbU, Slaufoid; sot of tlio Americanized Encyclo- officers lor the enaulnir year W. D WKAT11KUFORD, Fret. la M, D. Elmore, Stanford; paedia Dritanuica, bonnd in morocco and T. P. Hill, (Stanford; consisting of ten volumes. K. L. Tanncr.'.McKinncy; Tho only condition of tho contest is M.J. Miller, Mt. Vetcon.Ky that overy contestant ninst bo n subJ. U. Hocker, Pieildent; scriber to Tho Weekly Newa nnd CouA meeting of the Stockholder! of the Stanford Jsc J. McRobetts, Cishler; Turnpike Co. lor rier. Tho contest will closo on Deo. 25, A Ml.ledgcvllleUurd ol dirrctota the election ol a A A, McKinney, Asst. Cashier. (or the and 1895, and the prizes will bo awarded as president be held at Mc ormacV'i, May 4, entuiDif will i$)j, at A. W. CARi'ENTt.n.Frrs. soon thereafter as it is possiblo to com- Jp m. Co pare tho returns nnd ascertain who havo raised tho winning hogs. Contestants Or STANFORD, KY., will be required to sond to Tho Newfl nnd Courier not lator than Jan. 1, Isnowfully'orjsnuci and ready for business svilk A CotTey' Thettock uldcri'of the lluitonllle 1800, n certificate signed by throo wit- Mill Tutnpike Hoad Co will meet at Dr. llrown' nesses nnd sworu to beforo tho nearest otticc in lluttonirlllc tat Saturday in May, 193, a Paid up Capital of $200,000. m., to elect a president trial justice, giving tho ngc, grofs ap the cnauing year. 11 and Loa'dol dure tor Surplus, . C LYON, I'rrs. or 20000. (. weight nnd net weight of their hogs SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL. n possiblo thn nud stating as nearly HANK OK STANFORD, methods employed iu rnising and fattlio hogd, tho cost of raising tening Now closing up) with the ssmi aiicti and uadaj them nnd tho brood of each. Thvatockholdcraoi theStanlord A lluttonvllle ih tame management. Co will Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as bo open to overy Turnpike Road and boardhold their annual election Tho contest will tor a picmlrnt of dirtclors at fully protected as aie depositors in National man, woman nud child iu tho stntowho at Turuersvl le, at a p m., the lit Saturday Hanks, iu shareholders being held Individual 11 J r.CASH. I'rea lisolc to the catcnl ol the amount of thctr stock is n subscriber to Tho Weekly News nnd In May, 1895 therein at the par value therrol, in addition to tba Courier, and who can own and oultlvato amount invested in such shares. It mar acta eatcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a n pig. Tho purposo of Tho News nud an individual. Courier in offering tho prizes is to To those who entrusted their bulaincss to na while ronaglng the Lincoln National Hank a tho peoplo of tlio stato to ralno A mectins ef the stcclholderi of Knob Lick, Stanlord, we wc here tendcrour many thanks anal thoir own meat nud to show that South McCorroacka A Turncriville Turnpike Co will ' trust they will continue to tranaact their businass p m, for at McOoimack, n Carolina lends iu tho production of hog heldpurpoac electiagMay 11, 1F9C,. at the ensuing with us, olloring as a guarantct for prompt tho otttcera lor to tamp, our twenty yean' eapcuence la and hominy, ns it leads in tho manu- year. II F. 1'OWELL Free. banking and as liberal accommodations as are conla facture of cotton goods. Somo days ngo sistent with sound banking. wo received n letter from a Hnrnwell DIKICTOKt: county farmer suggesting that Tho J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Xows nnd Conrior offer premiums for . H. Shanks, Stanford; tbo biggest hogs, nnd wo havo ndoptud The annual meeting nl thn ilockholderi of the J. S. Owsley, Sunlord; Stan lord & Haiti Gap Turnpike lload Co for the tho suggestion. Charleston Nows ami election ol a ptraidrnl and board of director! for S J. Etnbry, Sunlord; Courier. the mining year, will be hold at Vaidevrvr'i atore J. H Owsley, Stanford; in Stanford on the lit Saturday in May, '05 at a J. F. Cash, Stanford; m Turnpike Election. FIRST .$200,000 them-solv- es 2I.30O Turnpike Election. iS-j- j, Turnpike Election. g Turnpike Election. Huit-nvil- le com-plot- o Turnpike Election. Turnpike Election. Farmers Bank&Trnst -- Turnpike Flection. tchool-hou- e Turnpike Election. 1 1 1 attsa-tlo- Turnpike Election. ex-pla- in bs Three-quarter- Gooch, Stanlord; Ton years ago I was running n dairy A, W. Carpenter, MHledKevilla, farm (soiling croam to n bnttor fnctory) W. 11. Cummins, Preachers lie of 38 cows. In tho fall I lost four of my S. H. Shanks, President Dr. J. a, Owsley, Cashier, best calves. I went to nn old Irish The lhareholden of the Hanging Fork A Green W. M. Bright, Tel ci butohor to soil my calves, not caring to River Tuirpike Road Co will meet at Waie'a in McKtuneyon loso more of them, and ho told mo to atore at 7 p. id , for theths and Saturday Ina May, 18c j, of electing purpoM and board ol dirrcUrs for theensuinir year. tako soma garlic, ont it flno nnd mix with HARPER'S PERIODICALS. 1 J W.G1VKNS, Trea. n buttor so as to mako a ball the size of Harper's Magaiin?, One Year 44 co hulled walnut and givo it to tho next , Harper's Weekly, " 4 ono thnt took sick, and if it failod to ' Harper's lUiar, 4 oc. euro ho wonid pay for tlio calf. , Harper's Young Ir,.lf " 4 I went to souio German gardoners, Tht stockholders of tho Kuih llranch Tumplko Postage tree procured bo mo garlic, and whon mynoxt Road Co. are notified to meet at Hubble ut Satur- States, Canada to all subscribers in the Unite! and Mealco. in May, 1895, calf took sick I gavo it ngarlio ball, nud day emning year. to diet a board ot directori ftr Address 11 the 1IAKPKK & RROIHERS, tho calf got well. So mnch for n euro. !'. O. Hoa 959, N. Y. City. to slico JAMES II. YEAOKR. As n prevoutivo his romody was GEO. 11. COOPEK. somo garlio fhio and mix witli salt nnd Portland. lot it stand overnight and salt cattle San Francisco. Tothj and sheep and horses nnd hogs once or twico n weok. Proprietors of......... I havo not had a caso of blackleg sinco I commenced to uso tho garlio ,.Via The.. remedy. I havo often used onions inSTANFORD, KY. stead of garlio in salt, which will anHaving bought of P W Green his Livery busswer, bnt it takos moro of thom, n? added new thoy nro not so strong. I raiso my own men and to furnish buggies and horsci, we arc prepared garlic, so ns to havo somo on hand fresh (D) lounyiiicsiiyAUAifrt chicaco RuST FIRST-CLAS- S nnd ready for uso in caso I should want TURNOUTS C. N. Butt in Breeder's Ga- On short notice. The travrliri; public will find somo. ua always ready and willing to turnish DrumOnly Dining Car Route From zette. mer' wsgons, ilther single or double, or all kinds nt cry LOW PRICES. The A long lawsuit has lately boon con- boyt in snd around town will also rind ui the pco cluded, having for its main point tho pie to dcsl with. Stop with us when in townat and liability of n city for damages whon a courtiwin oeentertainments and your horse and vewen careu lor. nicie YKAGER & COOPKR horso bocamo frightened ntnstoamroad Elegant Pu''r-- j Vestibuled S7 Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. roller. Tho party suing won tlio caso. A Sleepers of Modern Pstlcrn, horso that has beou properly educated For rasps or any information, addrtss will not bo frightened nt any form of WANTED, ALLTHE WOOL FRANK J. REID.i f K. H. .I1ACOV, steam cngiuo. Pains should bo takoii beu. f. Agent, 0r T Agent, ) Chicago. fore- n horso is Bold forsnddlo or driving In Lincoln county. Money and sacks rradv. Pric I Louisville. no object. All I ask is a chance, at it. You will to mako him porfoctly familiar with lose money ii you sell belore seeing me or one of P.. cttu I T hissing nnd escaping steam nud moving my agents. Call on E. O, Singleton, Turnfrsvillc: to can for Denver. St. Paul onu cms, llustoaville; King Piuitt, More- "MONON" : railway trains. Put him in n phico Ian ft Inti.i linahrtri .. M hnmai ll.n ftf ! Route. j nt thom ney, Mt, Salem; J, M. lurham, 'MiilUltburg, or whero ho must stay nnd look and acquaint himsolf with thom. Blucklrjc In Citlrra. p. J. N MENIFKK, Frei. William Turnpike Election. I prc-id'- nt Turnpike Election. Yeager & Cooper, Uvery and Feed Stable, NQBTffllWlEOT Carri-Kes- X.OTJISVXX.X.X - TO CHICAGO. 2 5 fie Vt ( 1 F, M. WAKE. . . rVg " WW Jwnf yi '- 5'f';. "w nt Shanks'. Jfr" 1fr''"""'V!"'V "pT " ' e9rvr- - Twenty Bain pies of new Spring wraps MATRIMONIALJATTERS. mostly black at less than cost to manuSilver lock bracelets at Dnnka, tlio facture Miss Dollie, daughter of Col. John Come mid huo them. Severjoweler'a. W. Whlpp, of Liberty, will marry Wilance A Son. Staktoki), Ky., - Aphil 10, 198r son Coots, of Daviess county, on the Nkw (nncy shirts iiml nocktloB nt SoV' Mh. and Mrs. It. Zimmkk gave a little 23th. oranco A Son's. suppor to a fow of their friends WednesJ. T. Oaks, aged 23, and Miss Cordie E. C. Walton, business Manager Moiib clothing at Shanks' nnd etrnw day night, which was 'nicely gotton up Reynolds just sweet 10, drove to Eld. J. nnd greatly enjoyed. hats in grunt variety. G. Livingston's yesterday and were marPERSONAL POINTS. . Goon second-han- d Tub U.iughman Bale advertised in this ried by that gentlemnn. phnuton for sale, Mil. II. 0. Waiihkn went to Kiclimoncl News comes from Corbin that Mr. J. ipsue will bo one of tho largest that has cheap. Mrs. Annio James. Tuemlny. A. Mcltoberts, formerly nf tills place, taken place in this section for a long Mkh. Jamks Leu in vlaltin rolatives nt Tiik L. A N. is preparing to build nf5, time. Besides 800 acres of fine land, win inKO unto himself a wife about May COO depot nt Lebanon Milnn, Tetin. Junction. much valuable stock and other property 1st. His intended formerly lived nt CorMn. J. II, Hauuiiman went to bin, but now resides in Nelson county. will bo sold. Fon Salk. A good second-hnnbicyyuetunlny. Another Jellico man has captured Miis. Sai.uk VanAiudalb lins been cle AddreFs lock box 102, Stanford. Tiik coquettish month of April has tho heart of a Lincoln county beauty and vory 111 but ia improving. you secured your reserved scat bo far been giving us anything but will claim her hand on tho 2Jth. Mits Miis. J. S. Ovyhlkv, Jh , lias been quite foriiak Ixmva, tho Pauper? Wnlton's Opera Spring weather. Tho entire week, un- Lottie Giveiis, daughter of J. Walker til yesterday, hna been cloudy, damp nnd Givens, nnd Mr. sick, but is tnucli improved. Joseph Barker will wed iiouso, Friday, April 10th. Mhm, IImuy Nbviuh him returned from disagreeable, with the mercury fooling on thnt day. To Henry Brown, colored, pleaao send down about tho freezing point. The sun a visit to her daughter nt Lancaster. Tho Henry county Local has a noin your full nddrces to: E. Knegi, Esq., came out yestorday, but his eflbrt to tice Miih. J a mm Dunn, of Danville, is visitthat a meeting of the old maids of ing her father, Mr. John M. Mclloberta. 2,017 Lytel street, between 20 and 21, Bhino was frequently eclipsed by tho tho county will bo held next Saturday Mil. Bryant V. OvvsLKV, of ChicnRO, Louisville, for important matters. clouds,which hurried and scurried across nt Now Castle for tho purpose of dovis t lias been visiting relative in this counhis face. ing ways and means for raising funds Tick L A N, In anticipation of a strike ty. Wouldn't Ridk in tub Jim Crow. A for which to purchase an old maid's Mr. Ed Price, of of tho miners, is Betting in a lnrge supply Mkh. N. Ii. TniCB nnd Ciarrnrd, spent Wcdnesdny with Dr. A. of coal. Thorouro no.irly 100 car loads couple of colored women boar Jed Capt. homo. It is thought that n resolution at Itowland now and almost every freight Ben McGraw'a train at Loxington Wed- will bo adopted asking tho Legislature S. Price. nesday night and going into the ladies' to assess a tax of S50 each on all the Hon. and Miis. G. A. Lackky wont to lenvea n number of cars. car took seats. Tho captain did not see bachelors in tho State to build nnd mainQnrtard yesterday to visit his sister, Mrr. Wk want 100,000 Hu of wool for which them at tho time, but when ho went tain the home. A. It. Denny. wh guarantee the highest market price. around nfter tickets ho espied was in Cincinnati and them. In Will Skvbkanck 10,000 My. feathers, 100,000 dozen eggs, his NKW ADYEBTWEMENTS. usual gentlemanly manner ho asked Louisville this week buying more goods 10,000 lla. hums and sides, nil Ht the them to go into tho car for colored peofor Severance A Son. highest uinrket price. Hughes A Tnte. ple, but they refused point binnk to C Pure bred White Cochin Ecl'j (or St. Messrs. G. L. Piiuecorr nnd 0. K. Tato .. m " dreti, II. C ilERKY, Dantille, Ky. 4t wont up to Hockcastlo Wednesday to TiiKcnseaof George Petrey and Joe move. After much porsuaslon ho suc ceeded in getting one of thorn to go, but funny with the finny tribe. Durham for tho murder of Leonz Aht tho other was obdurate. Finally patience for wore called Tuesday, but on Miih. It. C, Uiiadlkv left account of Iiustouvillu nnd will return with Master tho absence of witnesses, tho examina- censing to bo a viituo Capt. McGraw I am now readr to deliver Ice trom the summoned his porter nnd brakoman and Harry, who has been visiting his grand tion was postponed till Saturday Water, Light and Ico Company's Factory at 10 witli tlinir aid carried her bodily into tho father, Mr. John F. Dryo, Ilnrrodsbuig o clock. Hill A Mcltoberts will repre- car she Oulouued. Tho womn liv in At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Sayings. sent the accused. . Danvnio and aro high up in colored cir- And over and 4'c a pound for 10 pounds and up Miis. J. K. Kaiihis was called to Washto ioo. Wiiiijc driving along tho Danville pike cles, i'hoy say they will ington City by a telegram announcing buo tho comK. HREMER. Stanford nbout 10 o'clock tho other night, Mr. F. pany for the insult(?) the llluoss of her daughter, Mrs. G. 0. Keller, Jr. Hereon, Morris, accompa- K. Trlbble'a mnro broke a part of her Tiik Central Kentucky Medical Assohnrueoa nnd ran oil", throwing Mr. Trih nied her. bio out of tho buck hoard aud scaring ciation met in Walton's Opera House Mkh. It. XiM.MKit, Charley and Hlsieleft OF A VAJAWHLF. AND yesterday nt 10:30 a. m., with Dr. J. M. for Cincinnati yesterday, where they will him up considerably. Tho animal ran Dalton, president, of Harrodsburg, in the make their home. Mr. limner will go flimlly into a barbed wire fence and was chair. Tho following members answered as soon an he can wind up Ida business badly injured. - - to tho roll call: II. Brown and Edward Everybody is sorry to have tliem leave A orrat ninny of our subscribers are Alcorn. Hufltonvllle; A. D. Price and II. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. here. They have made good citizens and in arrenra and of them wo make tho spePlummer, Harrodsburg; T.' L. Meredith, conducted business in a most satisfactory cial request to examine tho dato with Burgin; J. V. Ilauchman and Other, I'lilnttll, agalnit W. S. O'Neal and J. B. narry iiaugnman nnu utneri, uelts, manner. their name on tho label and send us rioticeofSale. Lancaster; J. M. Meyer, If. I. Puriiunt to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit what is duo. Tho amount each owes is Ourran, CITY AND VIRINITY. Danville; G. A. Traylor, Hub-hie- ; Court, rendered at Its February term, 1895, in the small, but tho aggregate is several thousJ. T. nnd leainh Wesley, Middle-bur- aboyo itjrled proceeding, the undersigned Commissioner will, on Louva, the Pauper, April 10th. ands of dollars and wo need it now. We Steele nnd Davis, Salvisa; Steele .. will make honorable mention of those Bailey, J. G. Carpenter, L. B. Cook, G. TUESDAY, MAY:21st, 1895, specs. Tuv Dauks, the optician's who respond to this call. W. Bronaugh, J. F. Peyton, Hugh lteid. Iletween n A. M and 3 I. M., at the residence of 1ok men's shoes uud hats go to the lato Henry Uaughraan, sell at public outcry to Wk desire to sincerely thank tho peo- Stanford; J. P. Lapsley, McAfee. The the highest and best bidder tno Farm of Shanks'. ple of Stanford and vicinity for their gen- visiting brethren were: Prof. J. M. Bohn, to the wife Mr. J. II. Hilton, of erous patronage and kindly treatment Black, Knoxville; Drs. Cooper, Brown 316 Acres, One Rood, Four Poles, Rowland, n boy. during tho seven years wo havo lived in aud Lovell, Mt. Vernon; W. B. O'Ban-no- Of Land, situated in Lincoln county, Ky , on the Stat ford A Malls Gap Turnpike '"ad, )j of a W. D.Tardiir, Stanford; W. J. mile from the city of Stanlord an just outside of Bkpohk purchasing dress goods of any Stanlord. It is with decided reluctance Crab Orchard; It. T. Ramsey. the limits ef said city Said farm Is in a high wu leave so good a people. Wo nlso destate ol cultivation end improvement. It has up kind call lu at Shanks'. sire to commend our successor, Mr. E. J. London; S. O. Borkins, Beo Lick. Tho on it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 roomy halls rooms, with Poultry netting ud screen wire nt Foley, to our frienda and former patrons opening paper was read by Dr. H. outbuildings large,excellence ol and porches.areThe In in character Brown, a masterly production ou Ob- - keeping with the dwelling house, including one ol Higgins A McKiuney. and ask for him that liberal patroiiBge the very best barns in the county. The fencing good. 1 he farm is watered and kind treatment accorded us. Mr. stetrics, highly commended by tho asso outside and in isand running streams, well rare opby ponds, pools A Doiim.R shovels, garden plows, Ac, at ciation, nnd by special request tho so- portunity is atforded to purchase and Mrs. It. Zimmer. oncol the most Higgins A McKinney. ciety asked that it bo submitted for valuable and desirable homes in tho county. no purcnaser win oe run possession 01 Tub Post. Little Wearen Hughes, son publication. An essay was read by said larm on the 111 day given 01 June, 1895. Handsomk lino of dinner sets just re- of Mrs. Said bounded as at Julin Hughes, is now agent for Dr. George E. Davip, of Salvisa, on a point farm is centre ol the follows; lie ginningGap Stanford .V Halls in the ceived at Fnrris A Hardin's. tho Louisville PoU nnd promisee to do thelmmunity and euro of Infectious di- turnpike, corner to Newland. thence S. 6qI4 W 65 poles u links to a stone, corner to same, thence Skk Withers A Hockur for wall paper. some lively hustling for that excellent seases. Tho doctors were much disap- S 70 i W. 7j poles 18 links to a post, corner to Newland, thence S. 18 E. 156 poles 6 links to a . daily. Traveling Agent Itose was .Now styles nnd new patterns just rtceiv-edhero pointed that Dra. Price and Fox, of V. :oS stone, corner to N'ewlsnd, thence S. 70' tliia week anil made the change. There to a stake in Newland line and corner to failed to come, ns they had sevrcderick, thence S 3 deg. 7 mln W 47 poles 16 In line links to a Only a few choice pieces in our imita- are now three newsboys in town, tho eral patients to operate upon. They 8.', K. So slake to post atof Frederick, thence S. corner of carden. thence other two being Barnes Wearen, who wore, however, expected last night. Tho S.oyK. 183 poles poles 20 links to a stake In centre of tion cut glass are left. Dauks, tho jeweldelivers the Courier-Journand tho nwiocintion will meet next time at the M.ion a iap road, oppontc a small black walnut er. stanuirs Cincinnati papers, and Earnest Warren homo of Dr. J. L. Lapsley, near Harrodt-bur- of road S.op',west6 side ot road, thence with incentre K. cenpoles 11 links toaatako Buy Landruth'H gardeu seed; now bulk tho Louisville Times. 3d Thursday in July. Tho paper tre of ' thnVroad and corner to Alex Martin, thence N. is poles 19 links to a stake, corner to cheaper than papers. W. B. Mcltob- for discussion will bo read by Dr. Kd Al- same, thesce N 19 E. sS poles to a stake in line of Dismissed. At this examining trial of Dudderar tract and corner to same, thence N. 79 crtH. corn, HiiHtonville, and tho report on tho deg. jj min. 10 poles to a stake, comer to M. i. ii . . Hayden Uaughraan thence ,1,W w poles, containFor a hot or wId bath, a oleii'i, easy Robert .Shanks, Reuben Delauey and Section, Progress in Practical Medicine, ing in the aggregate N.316 Acres rxiod ind 4 Poles Harnett, charged with banding by Dr. of land. shnve or a stylish hair cut, go to WilkinSteele Bailey, Stanford. and confederating together to commit h The purpose of this sale l for a divU on of the son's. proceeds amongst the plaintiff and defendants at felony, Judgo Davison held that ns they cording to their respective rights. CHURCHAFFAIRS. Do you ride a wheel? Buy n pair of had not Intimidated TKR.MS OF bALE. -- Credits ft, is and 14 Thomas or atmonths in bicyolo shoes and n sweater from Sever- tempted to do so, they were guiltless Tho Easter offerings nt tho George-tjw- n bond with equal payments, the purchaser giving of approved pcrsonil security, payable to ance A Son. Christian church amounted to $750. the Commixinner and interest from .lay the charge, but that he would hold them of sile Lieu retained ou the land as a further to trial for a breach of the peace. Coun W. E. Arnold will preach at curity. Rev. K. C. WARRKN. Tiik ndvnnco in coal oil has caused our .M C I.. C C Hill & MrHoberts, Attys r McKendreo nt 7:30 Saturday night, as merchanUi to ruue the price live cents ty Attorney J. B. Paxton objected to proceedings nnd tho grand jury will well ns in the morning. on tho gallon. ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE investigate the charge of Eld. C. C. Clino refused to debate on Tub Odd Fellows are preparing to OF A- Tiik trial of Ike and Georgo Shelby for Catholicism with Lawyer Crawford nt mnko decided improvements in tho inWilliamsburg, becauso ho did not think maliciously shooting and wounding J. F. FARM terior of their linll. Mooro at Junction City, nbout a year ho know enough to dignify him by such ON'lMIALK OK THE a secured 33 ago. occupied tho Boyle court fromTues-da- action. s Mh. G.ti. Wink luis Tho sanctitication hubbub at Itich ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, and a Maccabeo Tent will bo organtill noon yesterday. Col. W. G. ized at Corbin Monday night. Welch nnd Capt. Tom Boll defended and mond, conducted by Rev. Pickett, Los Houiehold and Kitchen Furniture, Hon. W. II. Miller and Judgo It. J. subsided and Editor Woods still lives. Don't miss it, 10 persona nro roporled to havo Live Stock and Farming ImpleBreckinridgo assisted tho Common About Louva, the Pauper, been converted and sanctified. ments. wealth in tho prosecution. Tho arguWalton's Opera House, April 10. Rev. Lemuel Penrod, who ahot a As executors of Henry Ilaughmao, dee'd, we will ment was concluded nt noon yesterday. at the same limn and place sell at public outcry to JtK&BRVKD seats for Louva, the Pauper, nnd tho case given to tho jury, which parishioner because he disagreed with the higheit bidder a ure on salu at Mcltoberts' drug store. hadn't reported when we went to preep. him on n theological question, has juBt About Acros boen captured nnd locked up at Vance-bur- g Farm Tho ndvnnco Bale eliows signs of n big Mr. It. O. Ford, of Clay, candidate for nfter hiding out for several months. Of Land en Hanging Fork, in Lincoln county, house. Ky , and adjoining tno lands of I). McKittrick, State treasuror, was hero yesterday, prosII. Murphy, Ed Tho Millfl meetings nt Lexington Peter Carter, W. Bishop and Adam Peyton, Sam XKini.F.K shoes aro the most comfortaHelm, Columbus Carpenter and ecuting bin canvaBS nnd mot with much closed Wednesday with 3,500 commonly known as tho Lytlo farm, t'his farm Is peoplo ble, most stylish, moat durablo and tho encouragement. Ho ia mnking n general present. Tho capitnl of tho of tho blue- - about s miles from Stanford, on the Stanlord and the Knob Lick, McCormack's cheapest. Ask those who wear them if tour of tho Stnto nnd seems to bosntistled graas nas ueen stirred up religiously i a Church - Turucrsville turnpike roads, and has framo dwelling house, barns. upon it a this is not truo. They nro to be found that ho has got such a start that no canaio nevor waa before. Over GOO convei-aion- kc aim i wen waicruu u is nne Hanging rcrk at Shanks. now about didate nor combination of candidates can in grass aud 4 in cultiland and is aro reported. vation. bend him oil. Tho mountnins will bo I w ill be in Stanford only a day or so In noting tho departure of Rov. W. The larm will be offered for sale in two parcels longer and insist that thodo who own mo solid for him, ho is dead suro of the 7th J. Holtzclnw, who wrb forced from tho and asa whole and the highest bid or bids accepted. Ilrick on the settle at once. I shall bo compelled to nnd most of tho tith districts, while ho pnstornto of a Baptist church there, tho ANethe de cf M.iin street in Stanlord, Ky. place my unpaid accounts in tho hands has u good following all over tho Stnto Owensboro Messeugor says: Now that now occupied by A Urbausky ii Co., and known the IxjuHville Store. of nil ollicer when I leave. It. Zimmer.' Ho is well equipped for tho olllco nnd we tho Holtzclnwfl havo left, a source of as Also nn undivided Interest in the St. hoponnd believe his nmbition will bo much entertainment to Owensboro wiil Asaph Hotel property in Stanford, Ky , which includes the hotel proper and two largo o of Stanford Femnlo Tiik trustees gratified. bo gone. Nothing quite equnl in sublim- thereunder, outhoues, lot and stable. This Hotel . met yesterday afternoon nnd fixed isn two story brlik building and is Tiik conl operators nnd miners in Lau- ity to tho gall of lIolfV.c)nw was ever Been oruer, nnu nas a arg; anu increasing in custom, and upon n dato to settle who will ho given .V Hardin, the rel county held n meeting nnd protosted here. Bulletins of his departuro for and owners being conducted liy Farrls of the other interest. chnrgo of tho institution noxt year, Prof. MiO the Household and Kitchen Furniiu'p, one tour through Europe will bo awaited against wagon, one phaeton. The Furniture includes an J. M. Hubbard, hnving declined to re- county tho indictmonts found in .Marion with great interest. against tho Louisville A Nash-villOrgan and new Piano. ure soven or eight new his lease. There Alto nil the Live Stock now ou the larm, for granting n chonnor rato on At n Methodist prayer meoting down of oo head ot old sheep and 80 lamhs, a lot applicants. Horses steam coal to Louisvillo than on domes- in Georgia tho other night n good broth ol Jack Sjock, lot of lot of and H100.I .Mares in . foal, about s head, Mules, Hogs, Cattl aud The Lebanon Kutorpriuo is rolinbly in- tic coal to Lebanon. They nlso nsk for er approached tho throne of ginco in H1K LOWS. sold for The formed that tho train dispatcher's olliro a conference with tho railroad commis- pleading supplication as follows: "Oh, and thereal propertytn will be payments in one cash balance in eual and to Lebanon, but sioners, to enable them to bIiow that tho Lord, Thou knowest that we aro thank- two years, bearing interest from day of sale ami will bo moved from hero secured by lion retained our information la that Mr. W. F. Sheri- sustaining of tho indictments would bo ful to Theo thnt our souls nro snfu from The personal property, except sums under $10 wiil bo be sold lor creddan nnd his clover corps of assistants a public enhunity. Thero nro 2,r),000 peo- tho fire that quoncheth not. If n man which will months and cash,purchasersold en abe re- ol three the will will remain with us. It ia to bo hoped ple actually dependent upon tho opera loso liis homo Thou knowest ho can buy quired to execute note with good security, interest from day ol aU. eo tiny way. An effort iB being mndo to tion of Kentucky coal mines for sup- another; if ho loso his housoThou knowPossession ol real property will be given on January 1, 1896, move tho otlico up town and it ought to port, and if Louiovillo is abut out by tho est thnt he can build auothor; if ho loses paid for or notes and of personal property whsit executed. succeed. Tho present nrrnngoinent is abort sighted policy as n mnrkot for their his wife Thou knowest that ho can get The sale will begin at 9 a m Any person dasir. fng any other information ceniermng the above very inconvenient for tho gentlemen, nil output, tho mines will havo to bo prac- another, but if ho Iobo hia soul good-b- y property can write tn or s us at Stanfard. Ky. o. it. re j. rv iiauuii;h.n, tically closed. of whom livo in town, John." 1. I). English, InteriorJournal ZiMoiiBR ehocfl (Qome to see us when in town. Jjet us show you that Qjur goods are the best and at ! -- 1 - d Jhe lowest prices, HlM P MrTf aving the best fit m Jn every way. JN jj o deviation in prices, as we are T (giving you the lowest figures gfTave you seen the for ,1 A Ad-1- 0 for workmanship and texture. to-d- ay ICE I latest Jlt the very lowest prices ? Commissioner's Sale Higly Improved Farm. Kin-nair- d, hen come and see ours before you buy, and ee our Hats ! g; 1 u, & hould you want a nice one Jtjow easy it is for you to get mp-- n, 1 Fhil-ndelphl- n, al pattern. Jt eally you can't miss such a chance jP'han to come in to ee our shirts. Xt at a low figure and beautiful $" g, 1 ?tjst--- La-de- ovelties of every description JbJk .ndless variety Ii ry se- an be se n. nocks competition sky high. 1 fur-the- g. -- Jo 71 IIANGING FORK e, nppli-cmt- y m fill -j Store-Hous- show what they are wearihg in w U very city in the Union, you of 480 m m m A- two-stor- y B see our Jrousing line of tecks and De Jourvill ties at 4-in-hand Jlnd feel satisfied when two-stor- y Store-Hou- se Noith-ess- t one-ha- lf THE : GLOBE Strictly One-Pri- ce Col-leg- More-Roo- first-cla- n one-ha- ll o con-sitti- m m one-thir- d CLOTHING HOUSE, J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. . bear-Id- i; Danville, - - - Kentucky. Auctioneer. Kxecutor. IMSfrU jVSHa W ssV.iW iLft rfiriiiMa Utrnkfa .i if4rWTWlMrttnsta iWrfltf ! fl' i.mi,&btfik,- - sYi w v? s""!S t- - - .y-- j ".' fvw v" r rn f' ft ""J.rW- - -- 'Tte Jf. -- ' Semi-Week- ly u E century's European experience when I "Did you over try listening to a play say that tho happiest people, tho fond- with your eyes shut? You've no idea est of their occupation, tho most thank- how queer it seems." ful for their lives, are in my opinion A middloaged man with a red face sat thoso engaged in bick nursing." Surely is no small privilege where work is so just in front. IIo twisted himself about it well suited to n woman's capacity and in his seat, and glared at tho young man. "Young man," paid he, "did you over ono that is free from close competition. It is a mistnko to think that it Is a ' try listening to a play with your mouth waste of time and money to obtain an buI?'' education before entering upon hospital And tho Bilonco was almost painful. work. Tho cultivation of tho mind Is J&solirtely Washington Post. of no less value to n trained nurso than to women engaged In other pursuits, The Queen & Orescent Kouto announand a oven d : ces reduced rates to the following A cream of tarter baking pow-uewoman, can do more, and gain Highest of all in leavening nioro in consequence, Nursing pays Latest United States better than almost any other work In Tho Southern Baptist Convention to strength. which women nro at tho present tlmo bo held at Washington. D. 0., May Oth Government Food Report. engaged; but letnoyoung woman tako to lUtb. Ono fare for the round trip, L3YAL BAKING POWDER.GO., It up solely on this account. It must selling May 7th and Sth, good 15 days for In itself possess an attraction. Tho 100 Wall Street, Now York. successful nurso must first love tho la- return. General Assembly Cumberland Presbor. It is not eas-- , but very hnrd at byterian Church at Meridian, Miss., May first, when ono is mastering the principles which lie nt the basis of all good lGth to 28th. One faro for tho round nursing. There ought to bo a natural trip, Belling May 13th to loth, good to reAttorney at Law, for nursing and a strong inclina- turn until Juno 3rd. - - Kentucky. ability help K'ftnford, tion to the sick combined at tho General Assembly Presbyterian start, but after that earnest, steady Church Dallas, Tex., May 17th to 20th. OV on Lancaster Street, oppo.ite the Court work will count for more thnn any Hjjic. Collections receive especial attention 8S genius. Tho nurse whoso heart One fare for tho round trip, sidling tickis not In her work will pass many a ets May 13th and loth, good to return weary dny from which n little fore- untilJune 3rd. A. S. PRICE, thought would have saved her. But If The Spring Running llices, Lexinga girl thinks that she has a liking and ton, Ky., April 26th to May 4th. Surgeon taste for the work, then by all means one third for the round trip, Dentist, let her go in and use every opportunity from Cincinnati and from all stations in to fit herself for it. Gtauford, Ky, Twenty-on- o years ago it was said Kentucky, April 20th to May 4th. Good Ci-:over McRoberta' Drugstore in the Owsley that no refined, educated woman could till May 6th to return. Building. go through tho training required to D. See or address Chas. W. Zall, make her a trained nurse, whUe y P. A., Cincinnati, O. W. A. Beckler, B. not one of our hospitals of any im- - X. P. A., Ill Adams St. Chicago, 111, Many of Them i:arn from Twrnty-On- o Dollar n WVfflc Upward. nicely in this community. Stock hogf Nursliifj ns a profession is not n new aro changing hands at 4c hero now. Dr Published Evory Tuosdar and Friday AT field for women, yet on Inquiry it litis Kinuaird Jnmes Groon with a 83 1J3C11 YKAUIK jVDVANCOT been found tlint the demand for'traiucd lino boy a presented ago. Kubnuks Ilros. few days nurses far exceeds tho supply. This yWhen not aopaid 32.60 will be charged.fact ought to bo of Interest to thoso sold ono pair mules to Monto Fox for who arc asking: "What can a woman $300. Corn ia in good demand at $2 2o. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. do to earn her own living?" Many of J. V. Bright ia selling twine for the com Train leaes Rowland at 7:00 a m.( returning at tho professions have become so over ing harvest t 7c or as low as anyone j"0 r. m. crowded that the chances of obtaining Bro. Arnold will till his regular appointn position nro very small unless tho L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. here, Sunday. young woman has influcnco to work in ment nt McKendreo church 11. ........ ....... 37 P m It. Gentry Wo aro glad to nolo that K ,4, Train going her behalf. A good trained nur&c is al" South No' V. " " ST" most certain to be engaged nil tho was nblo to go to his work at Lawrence-bur- g, Uo.J, " " . ; Monday. time, and tho possession of n diploma irom any tirst-tius- s QUEEN &CRESCENT. training school is n It was at tho theatre, and tho young guarantee that the graduate can earn n Train pass Junction City as follows: livelihood and In most cases n very man had eeon the play before. Ho let N aNo'th I So bouth f " everybody for four seats around know ...1.30 pm handsome one. 1 12.15 am " 4 ...j .j - . This is a profession to which many of that, and ho kept tolling just what was " " JUPra "10u " A .sum n o ...6' 00 a m thcnoblestnudmost intellectual women I 1D0 not Slop of the past century have given their lives. coming and just how funny it would bo Who has not heard of Florence Night- when it did come. Ho had a pretty girl ingale? Uero is her recommendation with him, and ho wan trying to amuse of nursing: "I give of nj her. At length ho enid: Interior Journji PROFESSIONAL NURSES. HUBBLE. .THE Business of all kind is picking up Dentist, DB, W. B. FEXTlTJr, Stanford, Old Fashion (flay ""n.nainaeei, to C. K. Oppo.itc the Post-OM- ,... 33" Is to sell goods at the very lowest possible prices And this is why our store is crowded every day and our trade lias increased so rapidly. We sell the best made, the best fitting, the best grade MAPLF SYRNP I.. Laricr, lledctrille, Ky, An.lSt.?ar. tour order or wrilo 0 J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealers n. All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Kv. A oue-quart- er Pure feS m Ever ofTcrcd in this city for the money. We sell the most stylish Capes, the newest things in Dress Goods and Trimmings. The pret1. W. GltKKN. Proprietor. tiest and best Shoes in ladies' and gents' black and tan, both in high and low cut, in Krippcndorf, Dittman & Co.'s best Perfection goods. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. The J. B. and Corset, the celebrated Peerless Hosiery, the largest I am still running Hotel and stock of Embroideries and Laces in Oriental Torchon and Silks ever will continue to utye this juiiu the polllfst alien. my "as well as tho best the market affords. offered. You must not do yourself the injustice not to examine our Special Attention to tho Travelstock. ing Public. $5TVc will trade for your wool, your Bacon, your Entrs, your Corn, your wheat, your Feathers or anything you have to sell; vc are here for business and as it is looking up all over the country, we THE RILEY HOUSE know it will come to us. P. U. RILEY, Proprietor, London. - - - Kontuoky. The Myers House, n well-cducntc- d, 11 oollego-educate- r. meet-inge- HUGHES & TATE. ,hl TtlLt0. rs'f'iI.ivery attached ? I have raortd ta mv n... lim-- irad. n Give me a call. Momrnodale the n bile and every cocTenlenc. dt-- i ...1 - better FRANK RIL.KY, Carriag; Faintor. .... tour am lepainiw tlicoulr "'"' lu which fine wrklocatedhe Indone and shon In town can will nret-clas- r.n mui .i . j w-.. cauiiuo nr I work bclore havmc W. S. BUHCU, .,. txlieie permanently. 1 lolicll a patronage which I will endeavor to ihur ky s merit wmkmjnship and fair treatment of all. Shn in .Mcrshou R Greer's shoii on Somcitct street A II. Kf.NLEV, Stsnfcrd.Ky. 'im W. S. Ally at Law llurih. M Newltn.1, Deputy Sheriff. so-call- Tick-otsonoa- S2x This space belongs to SEVERANCE SON. They are busy opening New Silks, New Dress Goods, New Wraps, New Dimities, New Lawns, New Piques. In fact new goods of all kinds. & Buroht 3t ITowland. Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, We offer our ierlcis to the public to do a wal CoIlcclii.K limine- -. Accounts, notes, en. tic. collected in all parU ol ihe county. 11 6in c J. : T. : SUTTOIT-. UNDERTAKER, v S?7allao9 Attorney at Law, iniilord, - - Kentucky. and Assignof Varnon, to-da- ee V.V a:i ai Kxecutor.lAdmlni.trator hpoC'ul attontlon IglvenJ to O. A. Baird, T. P. A., Detroit. W. W. Dunnavant, T. P. A., Cleveland. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o ihe neopla ol West Lin-- '' Casey Counties. Jul! slock of Coflns anil Caskets always oa hand. I) S. Carpenter, Manager. qj Ul; li r I as Attorney and bale and Division of ' nts' Lands. Cilice- on Lancaster St. overSupt.JW. F. McCla-ry'ioillce. Settlements s, I 9 jcn B. Castletaan. A. G. Lanhso 1 ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. B A.RBEE &0ASTLEM Afl MANAGERS, Dinah (scrubbing tho floor) You rnus gib me a present missus. It's my birthday. Mlstross And so jour birthday comes on taster this year, Dinah. Dinah Yeslm, I lias a birthday cbcry Easter. Life. Unless the governor cornea to their rescue, seven murderers will feel the baiter drawn in Missouri today. Ocular as Clockwork. Daliora "7our Cattl. tod, r 1 Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. go to any place where there are six or rooiBCaliJc to dehorn, I do the work with the Ujhtnlrc Dthoruer Can dehorn any cow In three seconds The knife makes a clean, smooth cut. doss not crush nor break the horn, ai dos. It Is the only humane way horn Dooi not punish the animal like I ha saw, and the wound sets well aa quick again as that made by the saw. For further IcfUrmallon, call ? A;.PKV lOS Stanford, Ky. Sec Ihe Llghm'pg l'ruoiDg Htok. 101. I will M S. llAlCIIUS.M J, W. lUUGMMAK 1- -4 VAV t'oramerce Building, Louisville Agists throughout the South. rtSJis&iJJxsiT-r- m A llOSl'JTAL NUUhK. We Beat In Low Priees LIVERY, FEES & SALE raoraitroivs M.S.&J.W.Baughman, And must sell the goods. Give us a call. WITHERS & HOOKER. S 3 STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. s si W. A. TBXBBLE, Looal Affcat, STANFORD, KY. portance is without its training school. Few people realize the value of skillful nursing. It is essential to the success of every hospital, and there is no phydesire to call your atteution to the fact that I sician who would not be glad to have am ready to seive yon In Drss Maying in any such care for all his patients. A hospitall stolen. I take the best fashion Journals al-trained nurse is a luxury beyond Weed posted on what ladles lhould wear, and l'rice reasonable, Come in help. give me a trial. tho majority of people, and she earns Z rrn'oy none but first class anywhere from 521 a week upward; 'At present I can bo found at Miss Carrie 1'or- - this outside her board, lodging and te s residence on Lancaster Strret. SMITH, MISS MARY D. Respectfully, washing, of course. Stanford, Ky. 77.6m Tho height of good nursing consists in what Is done for the patient's comfort outside of tho doctor's orders; the ready tact, patience, that peculiar powCalciminmg unt.et your Painting, Papering and furnish er of soothing pain and suffering, tho til yoj see Belden llrothers. We first class work, or no r frrial and guarantee knowing just what to do nt just tho JOi. uoaey. Address, Stanford, Ky. right time. Tho nurso mubt have good, sound health; bo truthful, honest, X--. trained in habits of neatness and punctuality, and refined. Ky. American Agriculturist. TO THE LADIES. 1 L N SO CY) g I ft- - e3 & tT1 READ THIS & SAYE MONEY. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. The New Home, style five, $28. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc offered: If you neod livery give-ua call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. Se ua lor rates. In our prit-cla- HARNESS SHOP of Harness, Have your repairing dona by our man he understands his buimni. We have a mechanic in our ou will find a good assortment ,J I 8o?HJJ p g q CO BLACKSMITH SHOP. s Will guarantoa work and satisfactory prices Try our horse shw" first-clas- FT"! cd DON'T 91" CD W 3' W TO THE CZTZZS.2TS Of Lincoln County. The rw , first-cla- ss -- to fro W SB. B. COOS. g& rrn 1 dickering, Hazelton, Bush & Gerts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, Summer, Kimball, Hinzc, Prince & Son. Address, FXA1TOS. ORCAXTS: I Mason & Hamlin, j I Chicago Cottage, Kimball, And Others. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Stanford, kind-hearte- d cm' Drugstore. Office Up Stairs; First Door East of Sold on Easy Payments, Special Attention to Mall Orders Ftanos and Organs Tuned and Kepalrd by ono of the most competent workman I ev. er knew, who served n any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted. McUob-3-- 1 m Clirc rmfillnf;. P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. THE DL.UE-GIIVSS Is no? n full oneration. and Invli.. ih ol the buildors of Lincoln county to its material, superior workmanship and low prices Note .,.. OTTXTG dies Exchange EVERYTHING Mix a pint of fine bread crumbs with a small cupful of grated cheese and add a tablespoonful of butter and salt and cayenne to taste. Pour over them from two to four eggs mixed with a large cupful of milk; beat briskly together, turn into a buttered dish and bake in n hot oven about forty minutes, or until tho pudding Is set and tho surface brown and crackling. This Is an excellent supper dish, or supplementary dinner dish when you have a light meat course. Country Gentleman. well-beate- n HERD OK SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at Sipei hundred. As low aa Ji jo per hundred. o.i nor jciiunr popiai wnamer boardiug at Jr So per hundred. A low as Ji 30 per hundred. All patterns and thicknesses of Ceiling in yellow pine, poplar, chestnut acd ash, as low as ft $ per hundred IiouMe dressed per hnn,li.il ll.inof .,.,1 ll lumberj as low as. Jj ber. ,iiuo quartir oa k,iVc. hate money bynnisning us yiou giving orilcrs T E LANCASTKk I'LA.NINO MILL, 73 6,r Lancaster Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh,'.Pror, - CrablOrchard, r? Kentucky. t t$ Kg w ir Stock-- , Tigs for sale from tho best types of Kegisterd llieedcn secured .'rotn trip beat herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited ''' "' -- oodtoEat. Candy, Pop-Cor- St'iilInMul ToniHtovn. Cakes, Balls, Beaten Biscuit, SalEgg-Kiss-c- s, I- - ads, ect., etc. .OPEN Take ono quart can of tomatoes and season with ono tensroonful of salt, half a teaspoon ful of pepper, a each of sugar and onion juice, ono heaping tnblespoonful of minced parsley and n tablespoonful of butter. Hotter a deep dish and sprinkle with flno crumbs. Pour in tho tomatoes, cover tho top with lino bread crumbs and bits of butter. Hake in u moderate oven an hourund a half to two hours. r tea-spoon- NewProcess VaporStoves A. C. Sine, Succcsaor to a. W 4. We are 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, akc it to your house and show you its simplicity. g a. Boston Budget. B W " rKfJj - XA025 rial and by selling I will carry a general stock of Iiuildlog Matt- - Svery : Saturday, In Mr. R. Williams store-rooOpposite the St. Asaph Hotel. ""Orders gladly received and omptly filled. Eggs u ritullrnnc. Boil six eggs twenty minutes. Remove tho Hhells and cut in dice. Melt one tablespoonful of butter in n saucepan, add us much flour as It will absorb, and thin with boiling milk, stirring ency of thick cream. Add a handful of parsley, chopped, ilt and pepper and tlie eggs. Boil up once and servo. Farm and Fireside. f isMssstm. MM ma&smuMi mzsssm & 8 constantly until it is about the consist- I d o J. W. Perrin, William Rice, J. C McClary, John Newland, E. G. Waller, B. K. Wearen, J. W. Wal-acJ. W. Ramsey, A. J. Earp, W. F. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. Sr"See the best Stove on earth before buying. References. e, FOR CASH OMXT, Mcei :,r """ ""' iwouiu" pii ha. L"h!'ni,fLeJ1.,.0u,n-lke.Low- iVnti " than at- - WIRE and SLAT FENCE IRON AND STEEL R00FINQ Mill work p- - W. H, Wearen '& Co. at City Prices, itJzi3tKi-- t .' - a T".i'.' .Hitv- -- faiTi'i'isW, Bps)rVTt -- wt ;?Hi.ijB,lf7t. rWfinnmsin iL.