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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895042601 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. y Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxiii. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 26. 1895. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 47 ..... "iiij ii ii. i nnii ism Jnnfc worn twmicv It is said that Col. Bennett H. '''"'V'"1 h scrimmage near Younp, of Louisville, is to wed Mies i)Uj. lin m wsh n rln v..ai..r. ti. Sharp, of Bardstown, at an early day. R 7 -- T" IflrS Pr,JV0,,,,t,,, held n convention Tin r Tho wife of A. D. Brown, boh of row '9 U,U,U " county here Monday and nominated W. H. Whit-- , Gov. Brown, has Becured a divorce from Z Wc carry the Fonvood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and laM !' JI H co,""y conven-lake- r "," for tho Legislature, him on the ground of abandonment. lovers. dies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and meWM McCoy.our Three Jellico men have claimed Tho distillery in our vicinity leased oannnln." !7 dium price ladies Shoes our $i 29, $1 50 and $2 goods are bargains. now Lincoln county wives by Mr. John W. Miller to Cincinnati """" ,,,,,, lo BUen" i"er residences an appearance of Spring fresh- - our girls went thero and since a couple of . opened a milliWhen uuDiurns iiuiieri'. ine IoIIoaIiil- - were Co. is about Hearing completion. Wc carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in mediIlfHH. nery a year or two ago. finished it will bu a handsome brick appoint, d as delegates to that conven Klder Joseph BjIIou preached n serRev. II. O. Morrison, the evangelist um price goods. Our men's 7 50 and 10.00 suits arc great bargains; tion. W. B. Cochran, James Gibony, F. structure, with agroater capacity. mon on Sanctiflcatiou to n largo audi- has proved that he believes Kenthat it is P. Combeat, Frank Boll, alternate. Mr. Charles Alien Thouiau, of call and examine our stock wc take pleasure in showing our M. ence Sunday evening. Sunday morning "not good for man to live alone" by taka young man of or G. McLure; K S. Allen, ulternate. tucky ruiverBity and F. C he delivered an excellent discourse oil ing unto himself a wife at Sau Jose, Cal., stock and it costs you nothing to look. atorical fame, will till the pulpit of Klder Land, K. P. Mies, alternate. Dr. W. T. Conversion. a Miss Peddlar. Ilia fiist uif. vcaa a George Gownn at the Christian church Murphy, Jolin D Alston, attentat. H. The republican convention Mouday daughter of George W. Bain, the temper here, both Sunday morning and evening S Hector; T. J, Bull, alternate. X. F. was a lively affair. After vainly trying ance orator. Klder John KarieeoMAn, of Turkish Mills; Frank Lane, alternate. Win. to come to ord-- r in tho e Mrs. Marcissa Sims, who was yesterthey origin, who is a student of the Bible Pierce; Mitchell Taylor, alternate. W. Bdjourned to tho street, divided forces day married to LaFayette Leach, aged of Lexington, lectured to a crowded T. Garner; J. 0. Ijy, alternate. Col. Siand counted noses. 25, in the South Fork neighborhood, is liouso on last Sunday night, on the man las Adams were appointed delegatea-at-largTo Mrs. Hosalind Nesbitt, who has breaking the record in multiplying matnors and customs of bin people of ArAIho all other republicans present long been a temperance worker, was as rimonial alliances. But 20 summers have menia. at tho convention were appointed dele- signed me subject, 'The Voice of Sci shed their sunny rays on her golden hair The romaiua of Mm. II. T. Johnson, gates A motion was carried to instruct ence We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call Concerning Alcohol'," for a paper to and yet this is tho third time she has who was Miss Lucy Hjzley, of Lincoln, for Wm. O. Bradley for uovernnr. Th be read beforo the District W. 0. T. V. ttken upon herself the vows of a wife. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. was interred in our cemetery on Tues- rest of the ticket was left uninstructed convention, which met at Richmond We do not know what became of tho day. The deceased leaves a husband for. this weok. other two husbands, except that they an several children, besides other near Tlio writer has information that Misa Florelle Brown returned Mon- were likely legally disposed of. and dear relatives to mourn her iocs. Prof. H II. Carothers, of Louisville, has day from Indiana. Mrs. Durman and Mr. W. S. Garner, the clever horseA Christian Kndeavor Society has consented o let his name be put beforo sister, MisiSnllie Puraoll, of Brodhead, man, was married Wednesday to Misa White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and been orgnniz.nl by tho young people the publican State convention as n canvisited Mrs. Nannie Albright last week. Kincaid, a handsome lady of Maryville, Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of here and moota evuty Sunday afternoon. didate for superintendent of public in- Misses Susie Thompson, Clura Kennedy Tonn. Six weeks ngo Mr. Garner was The following are the olllcetn: Mitt.1) struction. If tho State should bo bo un. and Ida May Adams visited Miss Kva utterly ignorant of tho existence KHz i Lusk, president, of the MIki Florence fortunate amid tho great political land Martin at Maretsburg last week. lady who now bears such a closo relaHarris, treasurer, Miss Mamie Noel, sec- fllldea of the present duy to be lost to tlio Matt. Burk and Mrs. Hall were mar- tionship. About that time Bhe came retary". democratic party, no better man for tho ried at the jail here Wednesday. Burk with Miss Hattie Buchanan to visit at Wo are glad to report that norno of echool Interest could bo selected. Though is the man whon wife was killed by Mr. W. F. Abrahams'. Mr. Garner met the sick are improving. Misa Botfly My-e- honest in hia political convictions, his Bill N'ewcum, who is now in tlio peni- her thero. It was a case of love at first la better; Mrs. T. V. Olds ia improvlife has been free from party wrangles, tentiary for tho crime. Burk afterward sight with him and Cupid seems to have ing, MIbs Saliie Tillott, better; Mrs. V. but his life work has been devoted to the shot at N'owcum In the e dualso fired his dart into the heart of the A. Arnold is reported worse in the punt cause of education. Ho has broad views ring the trial. Burk gave bond, which object of his affections. She returned few days. Mrs. Capt. Dillion is improved oiiBiisuDjecti connected with popular uu . a . (aior uroiliMit ill home. He followed her shortly and yesgreatly, Mr. Nathan Thompson continues education, tur ! I....... I. I . i .iioMoimn Iueeu n i hihi BiirrenilMrxil. liv hia l....t terday she returned with him for good inite ill and Is liable to die at any time. practical teacher. For six or uluht veara ' tiilfil. r. . . . .. and all. May their union prove a g Minn Altio Markabury has returned lie uns been tlio editor and businessman All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing There is always something developof joy as long as they both shall from an extended visit to relatives in ger of one of the leading educational ing in the mountains, where the hills live. done in first class style. Tailahassie, Fla. Mies Kva C. Grtnt and journals in tho United States, ami for are stored with coal, iron, silver, etc. The marriage of Miss Lottie McL. brother of Dinville, were visiting Lan- many years ho has been secretary of the Since an English company purchased Givens, daughter of Mr. James Walker caster relativeu last week. V. I. Wil- State teachers' association. No man is such large tracts of land in this section, Givens, and Mr. J. H. Barker was duly liams is the guest of his parents, Mr. and better informed or has been more cloBely a Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic route for another railroad will bo sur- solemnized at Mrs. R. B. McKinuey's at Mrs. I) X. Williams, of dmpbellsvllle. associated with tne schools of the State veyed at once. It is thought that the 10:30 Wednesday, Rev. W. Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. W.Bruce Mr. F. I). Gaines ami wife, of Danville, than Prof. Carothers. most level and least expensive track can officiating. Misses Jennio McKinnoy were visiting Mrs. Gaines" pirenta, Mr. R. H. KIRLEY. KE 8XPERIERCED PMKTER. be laid by starting at Mt. Vernon. The and Nannie Kennedy were maids of HUSTONVILLE. and Mra. Theodore Curry, tho first of the right of way can be secured Bnd mpny honor. A nice lunch was Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. enjoyed im week. Mrs. J. W. How land, of Point -- Sim Lusk is convalescent and you along tho route promise large gratuitous mediately after the ceremony and the Burnside, is a visitor of her Hinit'n, Mrn. muy expect to see him dow n town noon. contributions of timber, land and rock. young couple with a number of their George Douny, Sr. W. S Ferguson has W. D. Weatherford sold a yearling Let us have the new road by all means. friends drove to Stanford and took the returned from a visit to hia mother at Shetland to a Somerset man for 50. She Three strangers caused a ripple of train for Jellico, where Mr. Barker Iies f Covington. Dr. Steele itailey and daugh is n.spotted mare and a little beauty. excitement on Skagg's Creek last week n paying grocery trade. He is spo ter, Mlsn Isabella, of Stanford, were Madam Humor has it that one of our by visiting very quietly the old oil wells ONken of as a fine business man and that gueataof Mr. D. M. Lackey and family best widowers is about to take unto him ttiat were bored years ajo by Mr. James he is a man of taste is shown in his seon Tuesday. 'Miss Alice Hudson has re- self a bride. Neither will his light bo Smith, of Ohio. Oil was found but not lection of a wife, for his bride is pretty, turned from a visit to friends and rela- under n bushel, but on a hill that every- in paying quantities then. Wo hope wlnBome and attractive, and gifted with tives in Richmond. Mrs. Allen Beazley, body may pee it. that capitalists will come bore aud spend a sweet and sunny disposition, which of Stanford, was the guest of Mrs. Mary Mrs. Dr. Lee Huffman and little, enough money ti give this matter a scatters sunshine all about her. That Elkin. Mra. Ji. L. Owsley has returned daughter, Annie Cook, are tho guests of thorough test. Natural gas has exuded they will be very happy, the Lntkrior from Richmond, where she has been fcr relative! hero. Mrs. Except Glassware, which is already to Rock Bottom. Jennie Carpenter is for years from a spring of water noar Journal hopes and believes", while exseveral weeks atteudiug the bedside cf in Danville on a visit. J. B. Cook was Brodhead. People called it the "Burn- tending its compliments and good wishher son, William. We are glad to report over from Lawrenceburg a few days. ing Well" long before they knew what es. he is improving. Fred Frisbio has reMoso Cook, who has been attending caused tho phenomenon. Mr. S. P. Gray, of Richland, Va., turned from a visit to hia cousin, Her- tho Vanderbilt University of Pharmacy On Thursday morning. April 23th aud Miss Maggie, the pretty daughter of bert Price, of Danville. Miss Gertrudo at Nashville, has accepted a position in Miss Nettie Mr. S. A. Middieton, were married at his Header, of Georgetown, is her n drug store, but will also continue hia The death of Cocks died of peritonitis. home Wednesday at 11 this beautiful young lady a. m. by Elder J. IN VIEW OF- inenu, Airs, raacoe, at tne liousr, B.luilea ami comni,M pmitBl, nurt has cast a gloom over the whole commu G. Livingston. The bride is spoken of year. He always liovora near tho 100 nity. For her gentleness and amiability as a very lovable young lady and good OF A LOCAL NATURE. mark in his monthly examinations she was belovod by nil who knew her. reports come from his State as to the A few of our "young" ladies and Only last Saturday II. G. Bonta, a citizen evening she filled standing of the groom. Their marriage of Mercer, is dead. gentlemen rigged up their fishing tackle, her place as organist during resulted in a rather romantic way. A year church JULY 1, 1895, we offer Pinovillo doctors deny that thero Is' grips and knapsacks, Saturday, and hied In tho Sunday-schooat school, or more ago, Mr. Gray wrote to Mrs W. a case of small-pothero. them away to the bonnie batiks of Green in society and in the broken home cir-c- 'o K. Buchanan, to send him the names of The Madison circuit court sent eight River to llsln") Those who wont were: she will be missed, but her last words some eligible unmarried ladies. She did men to the penitentiary from two to Mr. F. 11. Twidwell and .Miss Anna Reid, atlord sweet consolation to those who so and ho selected Miss Middieton to write eight years. Mr. W. S. Dryo and Miss Jessie Cook, mu iuii iu mourn, mr sue expressed a to. A correspondence began in that way Everything in our line, such as The Woodford county republicans Mr. J. W. Allun and Mian Jennio Reid perlect willingness to go and trust in and in due Urns Mr. Gray made a visit instructed lor Col. W. 0. Bradley and and Mr. L. M. Held and Miss Mary Lusk God's overshadowing love. to the young lady, who had charmed endorsed a single gold standard. Boat riding and the inevitable It is seldom that husbaud wife com- him by her letters. They were mutually W 11 KS) J.O.XXiVJ.1 About 10 Madison county corpora(so some sty) were a prominent fea plete their earthly labors ami respond to pleased with each other and their admirtions have been indicted for failure to ture of the affair, call of the relentless reaper, death, ation gradually developed into love. He Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, tho lite reports with the secretary of within tho samo week, as in tho case of proposed, she accepted nnd the rest is Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you Tlio negro children of Fred Douglass State. Mr. Willis Adams and his wife, Mra. told above. It is said that true mar- a large stock to select from. It looks very much like Adkins will by his llrst wife, a former slave, are su- Margaret Maret Adams, of Garrard coun riages are made in Heaven. May this he convicted at Barbourvillo of the as- ing in tho courts for the estate. Doug- ty. The latter passed quietly away on couple so romantically brought together sassination of Judge Combs. The lass married a second time, hia last wife Enster Sunday; three days later her hus- realize that a divinity haa shaped their trial Is attracting great crowds, many being a white woman from Boston, to band died of tho same disease, pneu- ends. by a desiro to pee whomheleltby will the bulk of hia monia. Mr. AJauis was persons Mr. J. W. Batighman, of this place, well known in property, amounting to near $200,000. Coi. Billy Breckinridge, wiio is defendthis section, being a member of au old aud Miss Lizzie Dunn, of Danville, were William Whitelauf was shot and ing him. and influential family. He leaves many married at tho bride's father's, Mr. David killed by his cousin, Jacob Brewer, G. M. Hauptman, a veteran oil man relatives hero to mourn his loss. His W. Du nn's, in that city, Tuesday mornfrom the North, who has been fn Wayne whilo seated at the hreaktast table nt excellent wifo was a daughter of Jack ing., Dr. Ledyard officiating. In a reKY. county with other foreign prospectors, Paducah. He claims that It was acci- Maret, of Garrard county. Out of ten in cent issue of this paper wo gave our says ho expects tho Wayne county fields dental, but be will bo tried for tho deed the Maret family, seven have died of readers intimation mat tins marriage I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluto soon become of national importance. all the pamo. pneuaionia in tho month of April. Mr. would occur in a very short time, but tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imTho grounds and equipments of tho A largo number of wells that had good James Maret and son, of this place, aro Mr. Baughman den'ed it so positively possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming Versailles Fair and Trotting Association How have been plugged up by lessees. the only male descendants of Jack Mar- we begin to tear that we were proma-tur- to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these The graud ury at Richmond indict- were sold publicly by order of the court et bearing his surname now living in It only took a little time, howey goods will arrive in the next few days. ed the L. & N. and the R. N. I. & B. to satisfy a debt of f 12,000. Isham er, to prove the fulfillment of our Kentucky. was tho purchaser at f 10,000. railroads for not providing separate acand now that Mr. Baughman has Bimetallista of tho Texas Legislature Lucky Baldwin, the rich horeoman, won his prize and is enjoying a delightcommodation for ladies at their depots A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3, there. This action is unprecedented in have adopted a resolution callitig upon demurs to a suit for betrayal and breach ful honeymoon, wo trust ho will forgive Ii,ack caPc Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. iMcns' . sandals worth 7SC is going n the people not to bo misguided by tho of promise against him by a youug us for giving away the secret. After the this part of the Stato and y . ! r f """"! Bt Sin Francisco, ou tho ground ceremony a delightful lunch was served, lor Ladies sandals worth 50c lor 35c. Uoy's knee pant suits for little further than any jury has over gone action of those democrats who lmvu dethat his reputation lis so well known and then the happy couple left for At- 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' before in tho effort to regulate railroads. clared for for free coinage. Thomas MoKeever, of Columbu,0., that no woman of experience would lanta to visit the groom'a relutivee. They and Youth s suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to Powell, tho eight months old son of stolo a pair of 50c socks and was given a trust him and that the fair plaintiff knew will return Saturday or Sunday and tako Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dalton, died Wednesyear in tlio pen. A few days after his he was not be trusted. rooms at the St. Asaph Hotel. The hrido made for Si 2. 50 to Si 5. former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods day of brouchitis. lie had been sick for confinement he became insane aud is In declining to bo interviewed Gen. is a lovely young lady, accomplished and are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. several days, but was not considered sernow a raving maniac. Harrison says that when he has any- very popular, and will prove a joy forev-o- r iously ill. Mrs. Dalton got up to cook S Brig. Gen. Wcslov Morritt haa been thing to say on the silver question or ! to him to whom she has linked her folbreakfast and as usual left the little appointed Major General to succeed any other public issue he will make life. Mr. Baughman is tlio junior mem. hIio was goods in great variety of style and quality and I know Woolen dress low asleep. When she returned Gen. McCook. Col. Znus Q. Bliss and known lus views in a speech and not her of the livery firm of M. S. & J. V. horrified to find that its little life had Col. John that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them J. Coppinger become Briga- through the press. He doea'nt like tho Baughman nnd is a splondid young man. lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unlied. . dier Generals. press anyway. His name is aynonymn with Bticcesa and til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have James M. Bryant, of Bracken coun- The Russian government has sent a few uieu are his peer morally, Starting The Queen & Crescent Route will con. , fcllu . uuvuiuw, uuui m aLvit ciiiu luiui, j. nave a nut; ui duct a low rate excarsion to Cincinnati ty.tapped a sugar tree on his farm which note to japan lutimaiing tuai inero are out in pro,n check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for and return from all stations, Danyillo to ran 30 gallons of sugar water in 21 hours. various provisions in the treaty of peace ttous lrcuuistances we predict Ii ir The Fiah Commissioner is prepar- between China and Japan which Rus- and Mrs. Baughman a pleasant and sucCrittenden, under the auspices of tho Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They Ladles' Endeavor Society, May Oth. ing to send out 700,000,000 to bo put in sia can uot allow to bo put into execu- cessful journey and join their many are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. the various waters of the country. tion. friends iu hoping that their tailing will Tickets good going, and returning only Miss Roberta Coleman of Harroda-bur- g A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, forSi.15 Morris Hopkins, negro, was hanged always be over seas where tempests are on day named. Ask your agent for parand Dr. Browning, of Chicago, were at Richmond, Vs., for the murder of a unknown and where breakers never ap- worth S3. "The sequel Buy and sell for Cash. P. A., Cin ticulars. Ohau.W. Zell.D. married Wednesday. white man. pear. I AMES FRYE, Ilustonville, Ky. cinnati, uuiu. for ii-- 1. Prof. J. M. Hubbard, ol Centre College, liaq accepted u call to th Presbyterian church of this place. Tim entertainment of "Louva, tho I'aupor" presented by the Stanford Opera Company waB enjoyed by our amusement We have had beautiful weather Ul MATRIMONIAL 4 MATTERS. f"'ner9 aro kncked down during ' "PlHn. w.i... SHOES W CLOTHING ,, ?"' M I wide-awa- ke 11 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Col-lo- e court-hous- e. Wall Paper&Alabastine 1 Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo mlBJB2B&TSo Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, - rs St. court-hous- "-"- I MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. well-sprin- Horse Shoeing and Biacksmithing of all Kinds. ER. EASTER REDUCTION -- All Goods In Our Store. DANKS, - JEWELER. J-J- Ai 11 vli-itin- .,, -- well-know- n ser-vice- s. l, x AT COST FOR CASH WAr,nN.mnws.HARNF.rc O-VJ love-makin- g FARRIS & HARDIN being-draw- James Frye, IIUSTONYIIXE, If. I m i.'l e. Rai-le- y pro-dictio- GLOTHIIIfcTG. & I wo-ma- n I 45, .- D.RESS O-OOID- ...... I t- -t I t, ft nv-- , - 3. !t'r ?.jryt2 ,- - f-- . -- 4 ti '',' " itA,- - (m v- ii'.-ft- -- :...mi,m' j,, , i.totv "rrsf Interior Journal 3tanford. Kv., - ArmL 2G, '7Kj'i V ' i .1) 1895 W. P. WALTON. OR 8 PAGES, Gov. McCkkary hns responded to Senator Blackburn's challenge to state his views on the silver question and in Courier-Journexpresses him self fullv, forcibly and at great length. A bimetalist and a friend of silver always, he faTors the largest possible use of the white metal, but believes that without international agreement the unlimited free coinage of silver would result in gold monometallism. lie, however, favors a plan for the limited coinage of silver, say from two to four millions a month, of the bullion now in the treasury. The governor says no country has ever been able, alone, to maintain the free and unlimited coinage of Bilver, experience showing that when it was persisted in silver monometallism was the result and the "United States alone can not by legislative act jump to the of silver and the re establishment of the parity of gold and silver. The governor is fully imbupd with the correctness of the faith within him and is ready to stand or fall by it, but he deplores the forcing of an issue in the State contest, which has no rightful place in it. The unequivocal statement of his views is bound to make friends for the govern or all over the State, among men who are not lost to reason and are not blind followers of the blind free eilverites. yes-terdaal Lexington Leader, is a sanguine soul or is imitating tho example- of the boy, who whistles as ho goes through a graveyard at night to keep up hia courage. He tlgures that tho next Kentucky Legislature will be six republican on joiut ballot and that Blackburn, McCreary and others are tearing their shirts for nothing. A republi can will be elected U. S. Senator, that party will have all tho Stato oflices and everything else worth getting and tho year of Jubilee will cornel Of course these claims are made on the supposition tnit the "fool democrats" will continue to be fools, but he is reckoning without his hosts. There are signs all aloug the line that the democratic sheep that went astray are returning to the fold, and that they will be inline against the common enemy this fall. Meantime, Bro. Roberts, it is a bad plan to enumerate the chickens before they are incubated. Editor Roiiert, - of tho ft H Go has only been a few years since he start- though tho gathering clouds towards we quote you a few prices to let you know night betokened tho fulfillment of the And save jj percent of your meney Jul back ed a little thumb paper at the little town from tho city with a late line of Clothing. hoes. signal service's forecast of showers. how they run through our entire stock. of New Haven, which he has already Dry Goods Notion. Ac , at much lower prices than ever before Remember jou can get 11 lbs Children's and Misses Ribbed Hose 5c, increased in Blze and worth till it would Juihik Ward Moorb, police judge of of (iranulated for Si; good Green Collee o cent lb ; Arbuckl aa'jc; Ittnanat iccdoico. be a credit to any town. Legworth ioc. Extra heavy cotton sox 5 c. Crab Orchard, is announced for the subject to the acislature in this issue, heavy unbleached Dress Gingham I will tale all the hide I can get NEWSY NOTES. U tor cam or m uaue lor leather on tion of the democratic convention. Judge cotton 3 4 c. Good bleached cotton, yard couit dais at Slanlnrd or at my home In Ollen- So far this year 111 persons have Moore is a clever gentleman and a good helm. Chai. Lnnslin wide 5c, 94 unbleached sheeting I2j,c; committed suicide in Chicago. democrat, and many friends would re10-unbleached sheeting 14c; 94 bleachprofits on joice to see his ambition to represent Lin It is said that Standard's coal oil squeeze were fifty mil- coin county gratified. the late ed sheeting 13c; 104 bleached sheeting Let your Tainting, Papering and Ca'cimimng un . . lions of dollars. til you ee Helden llrothert. Wo furnish Lace Curtains 3 yards, fancy, 50c a 15c. At the trial before Judge Carson Wed- material and guarantee first clam work, or no railA train on tho Pennsylvania tnocey. Address, S'anford, Ky 101 Baughmau, the pair; lace curtains 3 J4 yds, 75c. Ladies road broke the record Monday by run- nesday morning, Charlie boy who was shot by Fields Salter, also shirt waistes 50c, worth 75c. Hoys knee ning S3 miles an hour. will ac- colored, swore that he believed the shootSpain has Indicated that she pants 25c; Jeans pants lor men 7$c; mens' ing was accidental aud Salter was discede to the demands of the United States Courier-Journand boys' sweaters 25c; children's slippers calls attention to The charged. When Baughman had the writ OK A VALUABLE AND affair. the law passed by the last Legislature in the Allianica sworn out he claimed that Salter shot 25c, children's shoes 25c; ladies Oxfords, There are eight men in the Ohio giving the county judge the right to call him on purpose, but unlike fools, he black and tan, 50c. awaiting execution. an election, when petitioned by 25 per penitentiary annex changed his mind Ona is booked for this morning. cent, of the voters, to be held at the The decision of the court of appeals in Cashier J. Mollaud, of the MerLINCOLN CIKCl IT COURT. next general State election, on the quesNational Bank of the Rowland license case scema to be $100 for chants and Farmera' tion of voting 10 cents on the I'lalntlttn, against one that does not decide. It leaves the J. W. Ilaughmanand Other,Others, Delta. Harry Uaughman and the purchase of turnpikes and making Charlotte, N. O , is abort $75,000. Notice of Sale. The ppointment by the Mayor of officers in a quandary and in the meanthem free. We have referred to this of the Lincoln Circuit Pursuant to a time one bar room is running full blast. Court, tendered ludgment Chicago of a woman to be garbage at Its February term, i&jS. 'n ln law before to show that it would take a proceeding, the undersigned The council of Rowland met the other too styledilf, on is rather an odoriferous ono. decade or two to get free turnpikes in arrange a night and granted a renewal of license to Lexington is trying to A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, this county. At 10 cents on the $100 Judge T. L. Shelton, but County Clerk TUESDAY, atAY;21st, 1895, would not exceed $5,000 a joint debate between Senator Blackburn the revenue T; D. RANEY, Manager. F. Cummins .refused to honor their Ilctween it A M and j P. M., at thn residence of year, and that would not buy more than and Secretary Carlise on the currency J. the late Henry Hujhmn, sell at public outcry to order, and mandamus proceedings are the highest and lest bldcer tr.e Farm of Branch Stores: five miles of pike. Some of the advo- question. An injunction has been gotten out talked of. cates of free turnpikes, however, say this 31G Acre3, One Rood, Four Poles, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, of Fayette, reCynthiana, Mons Claims. The fiscal court seems is all they want, but a majority of them against the fiscal court straining it from purchasing any more determined to burst us up. They meet Of Land, situated In Lincoln county, Ky , on the Virsailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. taking them all in at one mouth are for bta ford A Malls Gap Turnpike Koad, ,' of a and allow claims ad libitum. In the list mile from the city of Stanford and juit outside of full and squeezing the people to death turnpikes. Race war is imminent at Foray the, allowed this week are IS paupers, who the limits of said city. Said farm Is in a hljh with taxation to pay for them. state of cultivation aod improvement. It has upGa., over the killing of a negro man by a will draw from $2 to It) a month from the on it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 rooms, with large, roomy balls and porches. Ihe Mb. Wattkbson emphatically denies bailiff and three deputies, who are un- county treasury, while merchants for outbuildings In excellence of character are in keeping with the dwelling house, including onn ol arrest. the report that he will edit the new der their benefit and others were allowed the very best barns in the county The tencitig The town of Burlington, N. J., is $1,930. An order was mado to pay the outside and in is good. The farm Is well watered daily. He will not relinquish Chicago rare op by ponds, pools and but such a dull and sleepy looking place Kingsville and Pleasant Point Turnpike portunlty is atforued running streams. A the most North British and Mercantile, his interest in the Courier-Journato purcha-- onool Firman's Fund, ine expects to live and die by it. There on that a burglar fell asleep while robbing Go. $2,750, balanco in full of the county's valuable and uesiraoicnointa inlull county. of The purchaser ill be given potteation Mechanics and Traders, Manchester, certainly nothing be gained by the great a residence. subscription. Dr. W. J. Edmiston was said farm on the isl day of June, 1S4S. at Said boundi das National of I lartford, supreme court will pass upon allowed $10 and Dr. O. Price $3 for hold- a point farm is centre ol the follows, lleglnnlng Gap The Pennsylvania Eire, Tho editor going elsewhere. He has all the Stanford A Mails in the S. fy to reputation he could obtain anywhere in the petition for a rehearing in the in ing post mortem examination on Leonz turnpike, corner to aNewland, thence aame, thence Phtunix of Brooklynn. usi Uivc me a call. stone, corner to 55 poles ii links life and makes money enough come tax cases May G, when a full bench Abt and Squire A. G. Faulkner JO for S. 70 H W. 73 poles iJ links to a pott corner to journalistic Newland. thcuce 5. 18 K. ijo poles o links to a is expected. to throw to the birds. Coroners inquest, bquire J OtinlidmiBton, tone, corner to Newland, tnence S 704 W. 108 The grand total of the appropriations was also allowed 50 for holding an in- - oles to a stake in Newland line and corner A jury at Lexington fined made during the last session of the quest'and G. B. Cooper f 105.53 OI1 Old links to slake In line of Frederick, thence !. ... , . Si'. K. 80 poles to post at comer of garden, thence Davideon $50 and gave him a jail sen- 53d Congress reached the imposing Bum . . claim, cor county treasurer. v.L. uaw- - s. y K. iajpoi joimkitoa stake m centre r of 10 days for carrying a pistol con of $497,008,520. tence Mason road, opposite Kricht ami oijimo ,Untln K UpWest side ot road a small wack winui son nnminalml v. o:, .thence with centie cealed and which ho drew on Kditor Sylvester Pontius was placed In jail John Edmiston, A. A. McKinney. I'ar-t- y of road N. V K. 6s iniles 13 links to a stake in ceu treftfthe road and corner to Alex Martin, thence Charley Moore in a street encounter. He at Upper Sandusky, O , on information lines were drawn taut and there boinj; N. tv.i, V ra poles n linksto a stake, corner to wont go to jail, however, but he ought that he criminally assaulted each of his a poles to a stake in line of same, the lo N ia K. tie, the republican judge voted for Dudderar tract and corner to same, thence N. to. Gov. Brown will remit that porticn nine daughters. and he was declared elected. He deg 55 mm 10 poles to a take, coiner 10 M. s This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you llaughmau N. Jr't W. an polca, containof the sentence. Negroes and poor white ' The Tennessee House has passed the then qualified with J. 15. Paxton as sure- ing in the ntrci;ate jio Acres Kood and Pules want the very best materials, you cannot alTord to overlook our folks onlv o to jsil for such offenses, the Seuate resolution, by a vote of 43 to 30, ty. lind. An order was made n quiring all of The nurnnie nTihls sale It for a on ol the moro's tht pity. declaring for the free coinage of silver at claims to be filed 10 days before the court proceeds amongst the plamtltf and divii defeudaats ac- stock. corum 10 rigi". a ratio of 1G to 1. upon which they aro to be acted and TURMS ineir respective Credit HumtAii for Judge Durham! A dis11 OK SALK attd 34 Mrs. William Taylor, known as tho the body adjourned. months in jqual payments, Ihe purchaser giving patch from Lexington eays that he inThe best is not too good. bond wnh approved personal security, payable to Virginia fat midget, died at Peru, Ind. ihe Commissioner and bearing interest from day vaded the free silver meeting at LexingweighCHURCH AFFAIRS. of sale Lien retained on the land as a further She was lebs than IU feet tall and ton and routed the silventes horse and K. C. tt'ARRh.N, curity. ed over 400 pounds. M C. L. C C. Mill ; Mcitoberti, Attys dragoon. He carried the audience by Since the Mills meeting at Lexin woman carrying her A Quality and price arc right. ton, 300 people have united with the storm and made tho enemy take water child in her arms deliberALSO EXECUTORS' SALE etronghold.. Judge Durin their own various churches. ately walked into the lake at Chicago. ham is with Mr. Cleveland for sound Ttio E'lst Kentucky Holiness OK A Both were drowned. money and maintaining the public credit will meet at Bethel, Bath county E. H. Jones, of Clermont county, FARM HANGING unimpaired. April 29, and continue till May 5. O , who has been sentenced four times OK TIIK The Presbyterian church of Chicaoo will not be without a demo- for the murder of his son, has been ! has called the Hev. Joseph K. ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, cratic daily much longer than it takeo to granted still another trial. Smith, of Georgia, to its pastorate. After 43 years of continuous service, Household and Kitchen Kuiniturr, tell about it. A company with a million Judge Barr decides that Mercer dollar capital will begin the publication Gen. Alexander McDowell McCook, the county must pay tho 1125,000 of bonds Live Stock and Farming ImpleLadies' and Children's Light Colored and Black Slippers in eldest of the fighting McCook brothers, of The Enquirer at once. subscribed to the Louisville Southern. ments. has been placed on the retired Hat. Hopkins and Frank Wenter, who was T?o Banana ari.t flaortnr liul.l i As executors of Henry Uaughman, dee'd, we will Bill Cook, who goes up for 45 yeara beat for mayor recently by 80,000 majorimeeting at Harrodshur, Which resulted at the same time and place tell at public outcry to is among the convicts now journeying a ty, are among the incorporators. in 16 additions to the Methodist church. thehiche t bidder from the Indian Territory to the governThe democratic committee in Marlon Farm About Acres A TArnR suggests this motto for in- ment penitentiary at Albany, N. Y., Charles Spalding as the Of Land en Hanging Fork, In Lincoln county, nominated scription on the democratic banners: William McClurg haa been indicted Ky.,and adj)inlne tne lands ol 1. McKittrick, "United we Btand, divided we break our for the murder of Lum Iglebart in Da- democratic candidate for the lower house Peter Carter, W. II. Murphy, Ed I'eyton, Sam Assembly. of the next General Helm, Columbus Bishop and Adam Carpenter and With Heel or Spring Heel. fool necks." It is not a very elegant but viess county, and farm. J his farm is commonly known the widow of the man Itev. lienry Faulconer's meeting at about s miles fromas the Lylleon the Stanford it Stanford, an exceedingly truthful suggestion, and killed bas sued him for $15,000 damaMcCormack's Milledceille and the Junction City closed with 10 professions Church & Turnersville Knob Lick, rouds, and his we hope that the democrats who are dis- ges. turnpike and u general revival of religious inter- upon it a frame dwelling house, barns, posed to wander off after strange gods Mrs. Frank Schwartz, daughter of est in the congregation. He has gone to &c, and Is well watered It is fine Hargine Kfrk now about a in grata and 'A in cultiwill ponder over it. Nathan Black, the rich distiller of Louis- Manchester. Clay county, to hold anoth land and is vation. The iarm will be offcrr-- for sale in two narcels Thk effort of tho disappointed oflice ville, committed suicide by taking mor- er meeting. Advocate. and as a whole and the highest bid or bids accrpt- phine. She was in a sanitarium at LexA sanctiGcation meeting is in pro- tu. seekers in Madison to get out a candillrick on the Also the side cf Main street in Stanlcrd, Ky., t gress at Preachersville and wo are told date antagonistic to Gov. McCreary'a am- ington. now occupied by A L'rbansky & Co , and known The aupreme court of Wisconein up that when the elect get on the fervor as the Louisville Store bition to be U. S. Senator dieda'borning. the St. Also Interest shows hia good Bense by holds the validity of the law which scenes are enacted that baflle discrip-tio- Asaph an undivided in Stanford, Ky inwhich in Mr. Langford , Hotel property that life imprisonment works abso two declining to run for tho Legislature, afand lay in the shade those witness- eludes the hotel proper andand large stable. Thm Hotel thereunder, outhouses, lot lute divorce without further legal pro- ed during the Carridine meeting here. ter he had partially agreed to do so. in 1895 and ceedings established. order, and has a large and increasing custom, and Greatly improved for The Christian church at Uorse Cave is now being conducted by Karris .V Hardin, the is at last Jamestown, Russell county, Leather has advanced 15 per cent, which Eld. J. W. Harding has been serv- owners of the other worthy of consideration. interest. Also and to have a paper, The Tribune, The nameB in the past week on account of tho ad ing as pastor, has been engaged in build wagon, the Household Tho Kitchen Kurnitu'e, one one phaeton. Furniture includes an of those who will undertake the vance in tho price in cattle, and man- ing a handsome new house of worship Organ and new I'lsno. now on Also all the Live Iarm, are not stated, but they are ufacturers say that leather goods will during the past year. It is now about sisting of 90 head otStocksheep and thelambs, aconold 80 lot ot Jack Stock, lot of Horses ami llrocxl Mares in evidently of that variety of the human advance proportionately. aF w completed and will be occupied for the foal, about 35 head, lot of Mules, Hogs, Cattle and race, who are said to ruah in where anMilk Cows. Sensation hunteraare trying to find first time May 6th. cash The real properly will be sold for gels fear to tread. in the president's disclaimer of responsi and the balance in in equal payments in one and of Breckinridge two ears, bearing interest from day of salo and Madeline Pollard, bility for Secretary Morton's frank utterThey are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. by lien retained. The republican committee bas changed ances on the currency question, a rebuke fame, has beon engaged by a wealthy securedpersonal property, except sums under $10, The which will be sold lor cosh, will be sold rn a cred-odate of the State convention to Juno for tho Secretary of Agriculture. the and charitable lady of New York to act three months and the purchaser will be re5th. They say it is bad luck to change a note as her companion in a four years' trip quired to esecute day olwith good security, Judge Bullock holds that Fayette talo. luck will doubtinterest from wedding day. The Baine around tho world. ol real property will be given on Possession less apply to this change, about which county, including Lexington, has less Hazelrigg Nickells was killed in January 1, 1846. and of peisoD.il property when Call and see. there laa been bo much kicking and cubs than 40,000 population. If this decision paid for or notes executed. county whilo trying to rob his The sale will begin at g a m. Any person g lug. Is sustained the new circuit court will Breathitt z anv other information concerning the above grandmother of hor pension money. Stanford, Ky. or Wayne county republicans instruct- end and thero will be a return to the Another crandson did the ehootinir. and property can write to11. resee us atIIAUUIKIAIH. j. rv. old order of things. only for Bradley. was himBelf fatally wounded by Nickells.. T. n. English, Auctioneer. executors. ed rehab-itation WARD MOOUE, paper, The weather has been redolent of OI Crab Orchard, is a candidal for Reprten'a filled vith interesting reading, with cuts Spring time for a week and blooming tue in the net Legislature, subject lo the net on of prominent men and places, and niceol the Democratic Convention to be htU at on Monday, May tjth. ly printed on book paper. Editor John tlowers and singing birds delight the eye away back. It and ear. Yesterday was simply delicioii", J. Barry is a hustler from as a 10-pa- Thk New Haven Echo appeared five column -- yeB-terd- ay has disappeared. He druw what money he had in bank before departing. Aa a result of tho GfebelSaudford tragedy tho Covingtou Daily Ledger has been forced to suspend publication. It is a pity it hadn't dono bo before the pub lication of that scurrilous article that caused tho tragedy. a It has just been discovered that Thk gentlemen who went to Frankare being smuggled into the Unit-efort to protest Hgalust tho raise of tho StHtea from Canada In coffins. They assessment in thta county succeeded in are placed in rude pine coffins with consecuring a reduction on town lots to 2 cealed air holes. A forged death certifi per cent, but oi lands it remains the cate assists them over the line in a hursame, 10 per cent increase. ry. Tiik Mt. Vernon Eigle, of NEW ADYEKTISKMIvVIS. received sayB that John Proctor hit Bob Whitley, well known here, with a pair of steel knucks and came near Pure 15 dress, bredC. White Cochin Kegs for Si. 11. IIKKKY, Dauvllie, Ky killing him. Ho was witness against Proctor in a whisky case. m Ohl-nainu- u cheapest. Ask thos9 who woar them If this is not true. They are to bo found at Shanks.' . A Stanford man, who gvo $5,000 for property hero, listed it with tho assessor for 33,000. Tills Information was before tho board of equalization at Frankfort and helped caused tho raise In our assessment by that body. M. F. Elkin bought of John Cash, a bunch ot fat hogs at 4c. and of B. D. Zeiolkii shoes are ttio most comforta-bl- o, Holtzclaw some butcher stuff at 3c. most stylish, most durable and tho Warren Eaves, a prominent farmer ADDITIONAL LOCAL of Woodford county, Louis vil I e Store ! MSN WANTS Man wants but little here below but wants that little long. Especially his shirts and its Retting so that they all seem too long for long cut coats, etc. We are prepared to fit you out in any style suit or shirt you waiit ar a price that suits the purse of the poorest. d 1 Q to-da- y, Ad-4- t BUT LITTLE Trouble to show our goods and fit you up for less money than any house in Stanford Man-for- d To C. D. Powell's HERE BELOW .c, J rPP iiiu --"-'. DON'T S firr-cU- n Commissioner's Sale Higly Improved Farm. al LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, !K"S. FIRE INSURANCE. l, e . KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. ex-Mn- . .. Mc-Kiun- tnt-nc- e 1 - -- OILS. se- VARNISHES. well-dresse- d four-yea'-o- ld Asac-ciati- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. FORK Kich-mon- d ONK-HAL- Store-Hous- e, SLIPPERS Ex-May- or ,",.,. ' of 480 Needle, Opera, Common SenseToes, H. J. McROBERTS. two-stor- y 118! two-ttor- v Store-Hou- North-ess- pro-vid- ea one-ha- lf Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. n tore-Roo- T J flrst-cla- is one-ha- ll peril-ouBventu- re L,, ffi one-thir- d f bear-lu- g Guarantee Satisfaction desir-'n- -. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, ",' 'TWtvc A - "af, . ,; .J . f ' f 1 r' i- - " v..-- , v A-- im: Semi-Week- ly IhteriorJoukkal Might Offense.. Stanford, Kir., . Ami. 26, 1896 tourist arrived In an Irish (own, tvheru n innn wns about to bo hnnfrcil for shooting his landlord. Igno-rnnt An English t Undoubtedly. W. P. WALTON. of tho causo of tho pnthcrliif,', ho qui'Btloncd 0110 of tho peasant. EnglishmanWhat is going on today, my man? l'cawmt Thoy're going t'hang a man, Bor. DE. Ii. B. COOK, Stanford, Office Up Stairs; Englishman What is ho to bo hanged for? Peasant Just for a bit nv a johe, sor. s' Ky. Katt of Mellob-ert- Drug Store. Klnt Door 3'"n Hi Englishman Hang a man for a Joke? Absurd! What did ho do? Peasant Ho Just mado frame uv his landlord, sor. Life. An SPRING AND SUMMER. Every mother can And something . n- - n.r good to say of her own son, but somen..i. .ft l ra1iwll'a Par Standard Rulo 0. Record 2:10. rot Bilaam is a find mule jack, 4 years old ana times she Is hard put to it Tho Boston Will make the season ol 1803. is an excellent breeder. He Is i( hands, gray in Transcript chronicles a sad instance. color and Is strictly a good one. Will also siand SIRED BY WALSINQUAM 2100, sire of Latitude J. jo and 7 or 8 others in the Hat. Homo-spuIn connection "Yes, I know," said old Mrs. dam Tinsel ....by Messenger Duroc io, son of Ilambletonlan and sire ol Elaine r.to "John Is sort o' lazy about soma the dam ol Norlame, yearling record a iVi. A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, things. So aro wo all for that matter. adamResa ..Ulster to Jamea Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian 10, sire of Dexter a 17 by Harry Clay 43, aire of the dama cl St. Julian a tij,. Bodlne a 19K. Blood bay, iS hands high and a splendid Individ, But ho ain't downrightly lazy. IIoll 3 dam Jesile Sayre and la more that have produced a 30 irottcrs; also sire of the dam of ual. They will each stand at $7 to Insuro. work hard enough when ho gets tho Electioneer sire of 130 In the a 30 list. S. M. OWENS, work that suits him." by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. 4 oam McKlnney, Ky. 9 Is clover of you to say so," said "It Walaingham 1166, aire of Naboth, is one of the youngest aons of George Wilkes 310, record a it, who Undo Gcorgo; "but what kind of work sited Harry Wilkes a 13H, Guy Wilkes 1 Mike Wilkes a Wilcox 1 16, and 6a others In a 30 list; alio 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters, docs suit him?" NoTt. Naboth Is a "Well," answered Mrs. Homespun, blood ol Hambletonian, bay hcrsc, 16 hands high, foaled June a8, 1B88. His pedigree contains the George Wilkta, Mambrino Chief, Pilot. Jr , and Harry Clay. "there's there's well, John Is awfully Will make the pretent season at the farm of T, A. smoking, for example" Coulter, known as the Squire Murphy place, 3i Industrious at At $15 A. NABOTIK 10(0)1(13. IB-A-Tii-- 11 j 1 ij, is, Henry Watterson to Insure a Living Colt. My fine Saddle Stallion, Professor I that the color of living creatures is usually a close imitation of their surroundings. Dslly rpenlnwg. New Halt, flowers and Ueci We rive tho assurance to the trade thai they will Now will some one glvo us an example escluslvcness Mud In our establishment the same la style of patterns, haU and bonnet and alt the of this? leading novelties in Millinery for which w aic Stutlent Chinamen are the color of knuwu throughout lh country. tho Yellow sua, and American Indians trimmer for theses-ioa SI hat secured you tor pait favors, wc respect-full- are tlio color of tho Missouri river. Thanking solicit your patronage heretofore 10 literally Good News. M. D. UUDOLRAR' firit-clsss n. y Something to Boautify tho Ladies. Illustration. have rdiown you miles fiom Stanford on the Hustonvllle pike, talswod. KATh DUDDERAR, Manager. Tim Worat or It. "Matrimony Is a gamu of cards with tho chances all one way," she observed, after deep thought. "Yes?" "Yes. A woman has a heart and a man talccs it with diamond, and after that her hand Is his, and besides lie can beat her with a olub." Detroit Tribune. 11 Kind Gcntlemun That boy just hit you, did lie? Small Hoy Yes, ho did. Kind Gentleman Well, now, why don't you heap coals of lire on his head, llko a good boy? Small Hoy Do good boys do that? Kind Gentleman Yes, indeed, all good boys. Small Hoy Well, I guess I must bo wicked then, 'causo I don't want to burn the chump to death, I just want to punch his head. Life. Tragedy In High Life. foreign young noble of high degree Camo hunting a wife aeroaa the sea In ntylo ai boflt-- i tho peerage; Hut he could not And an American girl Who cared to purchase a duke or an carl. And he went bock home In the steerage. Chloago Tribune. A He Didn't Want Ilia Life. At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. Henrv Watterson Is a blood bay, ij'-- i hands high, foaled May o, 1891. Sired by Lebanon j6o, he by Red Wilkes 1749, Will also make the preicnt season of 1S9S at the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS to insure a living one ol the greatest living aires; has eighry-thre- e coll. lie Is elegantlj bred and a sure loal getter. I will also stand a 30 perlormers to his credit, as in 1091, auca Prince Wilkes a 141 Ac. C3-003- D Hpnrv Viii-m-iiut dam br Itunco No. 17807, record 1 17; sired Bunco, Jr., pacer, public record On the followlrg terms: I am to have the refuarl of the colt at your price on September 1, 1E96 deHenrv Waiipmnn la rjerfectlr sound and has a h ducting of the amount for season money, but 11 the price la not satisfactory to me, I will a smooth, friclionlers trotting gait, which carries of the amount asked lor the colt to pay for trie acason take Nom Owing to the hard times and tbe low price oi horse stock, I have ureatly reduced season fee mm over the ground rspidiy. tie is a granu iuuiof my horses and jacks, and considering their Individuality and breeulng, they stand lower than any vtdual. I will also stand my hoe uiacic jaca, la the State. Stable two miles South of Huttonvllle, on Moreland & Carpenter's Station pike. six: or 7 one-rut- cta.ck:s, .' one-fift- h J. K. BAUOHMAN, Huatonvillo, Ky. Logan, Inhrany'a Ambition. Llttlo Johnny I'm goin'to be a good boy, so I'll be real religious when I grow up. Pond Mother Mamma's own treasure! Would you lllto to bo a in In L.Tor a. TUKI.AWNKY AND IIIH TANDEM. This fine young Jack will make the present season at the old Levi Hubble farm, a place voted for years as the home of fine jacks. H is 4 years old well built and fine bone. I will stand him at thi low price of JTJMBO. LOGIC 917. N. S. H. R. 67-B- lind Full M lunrft hidi. . vears old and has Droved A sure foal getter. He was sired by W. L. Caldwell's Giant, out of a good dam. Me will also stand 1 iter? Refreshing Bath. Hot or Gold, A stylish Hair Tilrajor Claan Shave, go to Llttlo Johnny No'in; I want to plaj the big drum in tho Salvation Army. Good News. Canvasser Let me write your application for one of our jhjI-Ivie- Oook; Ss Farmor'a Barbor Shop Ailr.llerttim. s. Homo Scokors' Excursions TO POINTS IN MICHIGAN MAY 7TH, 1895, BIG TOXTB. ROUTE, What is it? Canvasser A policy wo issue insuring millionaires against the payment of income tax. We tahc all the risk and do all tho concealment. N. Y. World. Mr. Stoxanbons A Strong .Man. llacon That man Illnclc who plays tho heavy villain iu the new drama must have a wonderful constitution. Pgbort Why? llacon Ho smokes an entire Ikix of cigarettes In the llrst act and doesn't die until the last act. Yonkers Statesman. Sired by Stonewall Jackson, Jr, Harris', by Stonewall Jackson 7a, by Washington Denmark 6i Logic's 1st dam by King William Hilly, by Washington Denmark by Black Denmark. Second dam by Miller's Denmalk, by Denmark, Oolt 4 Months Old by Imp. Hedceford. $5 to Third dam br Onset's Telegraph, by Telegraph, Mares kept at reason ole rates. by Hill's Black Hawk, by Sherman. Fourth dam by Teller's Drennon, by Drinker's BISHOP, 10 JOSIAH Drennon, by Davy Crockett. Shelby City, Ky. Fifth dam hy Oliver, thoroughbred. Logic Is a very substantial horse, beautiful red sorrel with fine mane and tall, which he carries as near to perlectioo as a horse can. Has a fine disposition ; drives nicely and for his handling he is a fine actor. Rack, Trot, Walk, Caiter and Slow Pace. A few of hia colts have come this Spring and all have been found going the gaits with high Standard and Registered: i6' j hands high; six head and tail and of extra fine sire. You can see from his pedigree that he Is a very years old and weighs 1,130 pounds. highlybred saddle horse, and ono that will sire Emreror ij will make the present searon of 1S93 .it fancy, d saddlers. Logic will make the my tarm near Shelby City at season at my farm, 4 miles irom Dam Me, on the Danville and Stanford turnpike, At $7 for Mares and $10 for Jen nets to Insure a Live Oolt. T. A. COULTER. Insure a English. Combined bay stallion, i :- -: 16 Hunter. wane. hands high; both hind anicies Emperor 27. $5 for Mares and $10 for Jennets Post-Offic- e I. 8. TKVIS, Shelby City, Ky. May 7th, the Big Four Route will ell Ktcuision luktts to po'mu la Mi hlgan. at very low ratcof (hi OtiTucidiy, One Faro For The Round Trip Tickets good returning 10 days from date of aale The We Four Route have uneaccllcd ladlltie tor reachlog points in Michigan For lull particular, address any agent. D II MARTIN, K.O McCORMlClTi Pata, Traffic Maaagrr. Gca'l Pats & Ticket Act Will make the season East ol Stanford, at it my place, i4 miles Crocket, aou of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drennon ad dam by Highlander. Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, la by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger 1st 2 i6'4, Jake 2 13 and 7 others better than a 30. dam Susie by Semlnul 2 39K in 187a, sire of Von Amiu Jigj-janr- t better than 3 30, and 7 others full brother to Volunteer. 2 dam Kitty Rivers, g. d. ol Maud Messenger 2 16)4; by Alexander'a Abdallah, sire ol Goldsmith Maid 2 14, and the mes AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. prepcteut son of Kysdyic's Hambletonian. 3 dam by Red Jacket, sire of tee dam of KenA lien retained en colts until payment of ser- tucky Wilkes a 21, and ot the g d. of Red Wilkes. Uy Comet, a sen of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vervice. Logic is standing to suit the hard times. See mont's Black Hawk, founder of the Morgan family family, the greatest family of roadsteia in the per month. him before you breed Pasture at Grain led at reasonable rates, which must be paid world. I will stand English Hunter the season ol ifoS beloio mares arc taken away. at my stable 3 mies from Shelby City, on the A. E. HUNDLEY, Knon Lick and Turnersvilie pike at 36 to insure Danville, Ky. a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted wth. I ill also stand the excellent young Jack, high-taile- BY ABDALLAH MESSENGER dim the William Lusk saddle mare, by Davy $15 To Insuro A Living Colt. GILT EDGE 261. GOVERNOR ST. JOHN, Five years old, 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bone, good style and extra lengta. Sired by the champion lack, Tom Keene, by Kube he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight's Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth Tom Keene's dam bv Col. Eosom. he br Ensom's Mont gomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black bampson. Tom Keeno's 2d dam by Mogul, by Compromise, by tippecanoe, oy uiacic ttswk, oy Imp. Warrior. Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, by Tully's Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. The above finely bred young jack, whose bio d lines trace twice to the ereat Warrior farailv and to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of thewsr- rtor Unuiy, with an lnlunon ol fresh Imported blood close up, has proved a great brecdir. Wilt stand at $0 10 iraure a living colt to approved mares and 910 for jennets, without distinction as to sex ol progeny. I will also stand Ky. Midland R'y, Only Direct LIlc Ret ween Cincinnati and Frankfort Frankfort, Goonrotown and Paris, Oarllalo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Shorten and quicken between Falmouth and Oovin&rton. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Tralaa run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabu Dec. 30, 1894. No. 1. No j. No. s No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a, ra. p. q. a. m. p, m a jo 130 Lvs Kranklort A 415 700 Klkborn 7 it 85 140 440 aS " Stamping Uround 7 9 30 315 300 ' G.orgftownII 7 47 3 f) tool J 43 10 oj ? js j so Arr. G. S. Depot. 33 " Parii ..C.... I 30 4 jo .... TRAINS WEST. No. I.vc Paris Heredity. too lllnks Speaking of heredity, do you remember ForrcsUsr, who bought some Leave Frankfort I. joa.ru. ; arrive at Leaington wild land and turned It Into a farm? a m. 10:43 Leave Frankfort 7 a. ra j arrive Cincinnati at Winks Yes; he woji tho Inventor of 10:20 a m. arrive Ctncinnttl a very effective stump puller. Leave Frankfort :30p. in.; Iliuks Just so. Well, hla son Is a lit p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. very successful dentist. N. Y. Weekly. Georgetown 710 73s 140 Georgetown j;aj P. M. Leave Frankfort a 30 p. m ; arrive Cincinnati fJ.'Jl p. m. a. m.; arrive Frankfort Leave Cincinnati a. m. 11 Kentucky Midland Railway and connecThe tion! form the shortest and cheapen route to all pointa Siuth, Katt, North and Weal. For further information apply to their agenta. C. I). IIEKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. II HARPER, Itec'r&Gen.Supt Frankfort, Ky Denot 1017 Georgetown 11 10 40 " Stamp'g rirAtinri 10 39 " Klkhern .......... ..II ii Arr Frsokfut.-A- .. ..1130 " CS. ...,C.... a. m. 04$ a. N0.4. No. 9 No t r. m. a. m p m 64a 643 7 5 3 i 03 343 617 64$ 713 1131 1 30 05 as much as a bachelor. family responsible for accidents. SIngcrly Yon ought not to kick. forte. A M. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. ij Truth. You are not married. Strawber (bitterly) No. Hut I am Their Fatal Mlatakn. engaged. N. Y. World. Returned Traveler What has become of Catchom & Choatcm, tho rich A Dangrroua Tiling. Lawyer What's that lxk you aro lawyers? Retired, I presume? Resident Yes, retired. They aro rending? This splendid combined stallion will make the Law Student Oh, it's a work on both In tho poorhousc. rresent season of 195 at the farm of the late L. I). Garner, 3 ollea from Crab Orchard, at "Phowl What happened?" common sense. "They had a quarrel and sued each Lawyer Yes, Bir; and one day with $5 to Insure a Oolt 4 months old such a book as that would ruin your other." N. V. Weekly. Brtgnolia is a red bay stallion, saddle and harness mind for legal work forever. Judge. A Differ enc. combined; 16 hands high: fine style and actien Mr. Uptowno Your flat Is hcatod by and has fine raane and tail He was sired by Ab-- d A Melaneholy Air. all ah Messenger, be by Messenger Chiel. steam, I believe? Ml Plngerllio (at tho pin 10) Why nrtgnolia's first dam by old Lexington, the fine saddle horse. Mr. Fourthflohr No, sir; It's not. did you look so gloomy whllo I waa Mr. Uptowno Why, you told mo it playing that selection? It's real lively, Mr. Hlltnpursc That's tho tune tho waa! Mr. Fourthflohr Ko; what I said This fine young Jack will serve a limited numorchestra was playing In tho parlor Dollars. when I settled up my hotel bill at tho was that we had steam radiators In ber of mares at Six If mare Is traded or parted Season money due every room. Puck. W. S. GARNER, seaside last summer. N. Y. Weekly. with. Strawber I don't think tho incomo tax is fair. It makes a man with a Ooarl ti It. Jv Trelawney Fltznoodle waa once a poor clerk REGISTERED. Pence has proved himself to l0 a breeder ol A ribbon department wus whore he did work; BY SECOND JEWEL 48. Hut fortune at length took a kindlier turn; both style and apeed. Ills colts have sold from Ills rich uncle died leaving money to burn. the pasture, without any training bills, at 150 to Dam by old Stonewall Jackion. A tandem he soon learned to drlro like a $150 these hard times. 1 his fancy saddle stallion will make the season sport. of 189s at our stable J, mile from Milledgeville, Mares taken care ol at a per month, but not For handling the ribbons had long beea his Lincoln county, Ky., on the Stanford A Milledge- ville pike. Owing to the scarcity oi money we will stand him BRIGNOLIA. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the colt comes or the mare Is parted with, Mares grated or fed at reasonable prices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any occur. Gilt Edge Is a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane and tall, 15 hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. 6, 18S6, and is a perfect saddle horse. and took Gilt Edge was showed a,s a v year-ol- d the sweepstake premium ut Klrksvllle arl Danto insure a livinar co't. Sam Is said to be the At ville and la his own ring at Ham dsburg Those best14 cotton mule jack In the country. who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are B. P. POWELL. cordially invited to look at our horse and see him SAM SMALL, move. -- CLINTON. JR. He waa sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning ham's lewel, he by eld Washington Denmark His first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. Seccnd dam by Wells' Crasader, his first dam by Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, he by Black Denmark, his first dam by Crusader, he by Old Whip, second dam a Kocky Mountain mare. THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Gamtonito 8419. Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19. MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, WtiT Leave at Frankfort 11:30 A. M. East LeaveTranklorl 10:37 A. M.J arrive of Divorcee. Mabel Do you believe that May marriages are less happy than those of any other month? Mrs. Lakeshorc No; I wasn't any happier than when I was married in October, January, April, August, February or Juno. Chicago Into? Ocean. In thai City S3 Crab Orchard, Ky. Race Record 2:19. Sire of Gilbert a aStf . and sweepstake premWinner of the iums for standard-bre- d trotters at the Milledgeville, Ky. World'a Kair, 1S93. ROYAL KING. by Cabbtl's Lexington. Bay stallion, 16 hands high: foaled in 1890; goes Full brother to Silver all the gaits perfectly. King and the great show mare. Allie G. He Is by On Time. First dam Mollie Mounts a 39 P. il.J arrlvo at Ilrlght Knnajrk. Thin old world's bright enough for all Through all tho daya unit nljjhti: For when the sun goes down the west, Shtoo the electric lights. Vfhaa They jo women, I Tho New say, aro placed upon a perfect equality with men, there will bo no more female Wr Woman When Them. Eaglet. Brown stallion, 15 hands high; foaled In 18 3 J. Sired by Woods' Kaxle Bird. First dam Mollie Mountz, aa above. This is as fine a horse as you will find in Kentucky and goes all saddle gaits gcod. Atlanta Conatltutlon. TflDr. UXl'KltlKNCr- - That's true. Thoy Tho Old Man will all have visiblo means of support. Brooklyn Life. "Grace aud Mlnnio have quarreled and both aro miserable." "No; thoy have mado friends, and aro perfectly happy again." The Way of Somi Women. vagrants. Chester Denmark. old form. .IK YOU ARK GOING....... NORTH WEST, ....THK LOUItVILK 4 NaSHVlUC R. R. Ii the line for you, ai ita Double Dally Trains connectiona at Make.cloie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointa. THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any Information enquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky THE WEEKLY 60URIER-J0URNA- L la a ton pag, eight column democratic newspaper. It contains thobest of everything going. HENRY WATTE RSON the editor. 1 An Indication. "Have you had much oxporienco as "BllTson must have won a good deal coik?" gf money recontly." This fine imported Hackney stallion will make "Oihev, ma'am. 01 had seventeen the aeason of 1895 at ray furm on the Crab Orchard "IIow do you know?" places lasht year, ma'am." Harper's miles Ircun Stanford, known 0 "Ills wifo told mine that sho thought y ohn threeHail tarm, and will serve mares as the M. llazar. not bo so very might Living Oolt. wrong." Washington Star. At $10 tolnsure Tho Flnnl Order. Mr. "Pock (tho grocer) Is there nothascertained or mare Money due when tbe fact is Not Very Anrlent. ing else you need, Mrs. Mcllrlde? "Is Miss Primrose a daughter of the parted with. 3S is a fine and pos Connaughtad mo sco. I think Mrs. Mcllrldo Let finest action ol any horse in the coun baby Is old enough to drink cambric revolution?" no, sho wasn't born until sesses Ithe ttacKney is noieu ic unn j w.w. .w. ne try. "Mercyl style, action and endurance They have been bred tea. You may send up half a pound. after the war of 1813." Atlanta Consti- lor inesc quaimc. iui um ,wj-.- Judge. Connaught ad was bred by James Cokcr or tution. Bcctlcy Hall, Kasi Dereham. Norfolk Was suid IV horao-raclug ttt In the Flat. Mr. Newcomer Ilavo tho U'ltliertiiR. A Hail Marhauian. . l. Mkm Dark brown stallion, 15?. hands high, sired by Chester Dare. First dam Daisy, by Wallace Denmark, and dam by Dick Elmore, Daisy has been a blue tie winner in many rings in her 3 and 4 year The above stallions will make the season of 189s at my atable 1 mile from Stanfoid on tho Huston-vlll- e pike at Titbits. "How do you know?" "I saw thorn both crying together." $10 to Insure n Live Colt. Colta stand good for season monev. Mares from a distance kept at $1 per monthi but not reiponsible for accidents. Stallions in charge of Koy S. lleailey. Am prepared to handle horses at reasonable prices. Jealousy In Gowanua. Mrs. Mulgrcw I seo Mrs. O'Flannl-ga- n has a new hood. Mrs. O'Dooloy Yls; tho poor thing needed somethin' o' tho kind to cover up tho bald spots on her head. Brooklyn Eagle. Sire of 42 in a 30 list. lat dam Maud, by Gairard Chief, sire of Bssil Duke a a8 and Lady Vciscr, dam of five in 2 30 THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, list, ad darn Nellie, by son of Billy Boyce a 14, by Coibeau. 3d dam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorWinner nl J500 stake at Lixington. won second oughbred monev In Ssco stake at Versailles. winner ol seed oambonlto 84 19 will make the season of 1893 at premium and sweepstsl'p at Pans, also winner of otner premiums in 1S93 since wmen time ne nas Central Park, at the low price of oeen in ine aiua, to Oolt EAG1E BIRD is a beutlltil brown, with small star, stands over t6 hands, has a flowing mane and a heavr tail Gambonita a tgi, the handsome black son of Eagle Bird waa sued by King Eagle, winner of that great young sire, Gambetta Wilkes a 19&. has more than 40 blue ties. been declared by tho highest authority, and alter lit dam by Star Eagle, test son of Cabbell's Lex- going through the most trying tests, the finest ington. and most perfect specimen ol standard bred Hotad dam by Hamlet Denmark, son cf Washington ting stallion that lives. Gambonlto wears tbe offiDenmaik. cial seal as being the handsou.et trotting stallion 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son ol Miller's Den- In the world, and a'.l who have seen the kingly mark. furm and lordly bearing of this proud monarch of Eagle Bird will make the season ol 1893 at his sta- the equine world know now justly the mantle so ble two mites west of Stanford, the Shelby long and so worthily worn by Mambrino King beCity pise, at the extremely low price of longs to this grand production of Kentucky Gambonito is a jet black stallion, just 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, and as an inColt. $15 tt dividual worthily wears the title, "the finest bred Money or cash ncte will be required when a trotting stallion In the world," as awarded him by the World's Fair committee. He was awarded the living colt is obtained. KaKle Bird is one of tho greatest show horses In grand p. lie offered tor standard bred stallions five Kentucky, as his record in 1S43 will attest. As a years old and ever and also first prue for trotting breeder of fine, good colored, high styled celts ne stallions ol any age in harness. Thus he was winner of the two must important prizes offered at the is not surpassed. Marea Irom a distance will bo tarnished gra's World's Columbian Exposition. His first colt. Gilbert 2 2x3 at 3 years old, won after May 1st at $1 50 per month and must be paid He four out of fire races iu 1893 as at the removal ol tbe mares. II ycu want to prevert accidents and es breeds speed and Individuality, Care will be taken to the capes, but will net be responsible shoubt any oc- raise the kind to sell, Gambonito Is will one to speak breed to. Call and see his colts; they cur. Parting with or removal of marea forfeits the for themselves, EAGLE BIRD! $25 Insure a Living horse-transhi- p. Insure a Living JOE E. FARRIS lmurancr. E. P. WOODS. THORNTON STAR. 1024 Saddle Horse Register. Mahogony bay, 15 bands, sound in every par icular. Foaled May, 1891. Sired by RED PRINCE 31. by Second Jewel 48, by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64, by Gaines' Dtnmark 61, by Denmark F. S., by Imported Hrdgeiord. ist dam Diamond 514. a brown mare, 16 bands, by Nobby 36, sire of Nobby, Jr., 313, by Garrard Chlel, sire of Basil Duke a 28H, by Mambrino Chief, and the dams of Gambonito a 19JJ, world champion, and Lady Yciser, dam of j'm 2 30 or better, ad dam Old diamond 513, by Len Rogers. 3d dam by Gaston'a Lafayette. Thornton Star Is the kind to breed to. You find on his sire's side he runs back to Imp. Ucdgeford. On I is dam's side he has the trotting cross of Nobby, by Mambrino Chief 11, and is the sire of two 1:30 trotters; besides Nobby Is sire of a great mauy of our best saddle horses, and is a registered saddle stallion and also trotting stud. Diamond, the dam ol 1 hornton Star, is 16 hands and Isonool the finest mares in KcntucV.; She is a noted show mare with great style aud action. His and dam was 16 hands and as fine as anybody's. Thornton Star was exhibited lsst year as a 3- - ear old at quite a number of Kentucky fairs aud only met deieat once or twice, always being a contending horse In tbe saddle slakes. lie will. I think, this coming season be trie boss among saddle staltious, and the hoi so that beats him will make tis owner proud ol the job. He is fine in every particular , goes all the gaita and can do every thing right to a leltei, as it should be. Will serve a lm lied number of mares At $15 To Insure, or $10 cash time of service. Note if mares bred snd iu loal should change hands money due at that time. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not resfonsille for accidents should any occur. 9 Connaugshst 2d 3512 Wallace Denmark, Goes all the gaits to perfection and without any training trots under a 40. fifteen and hands high iiv Sumpter Dxnmark, Jr, he by Godda'd's Denmark, he by Gaines A-- Cromwell s Denmark, norso Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge-forhe by tbe tt three-quarters 55. d. 1 darr .... a dam. .by Vlrginiua, dam of Virginlus by thoroughbred; he by Mason's dam...a Whip mare. bert, thoroughbred, oy Todhuntcr'a annie Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, he Sir Wallace, be by Sir AlTran-by. 3 $10 the Insurance. Sixteen hands high, Br Wallace Denmark 35, See pedigree ol Wallace Denmark 55. 1 dam Mag 37, by Vidette, by Vindex, by Blood's Black Hawk he by Old lllack Hawk. Vtdetie's first d.m bv Whin, ad dam Gallatin, id dam Old dam by Mambrino Chief Tiger. Vindex's 11, aoilani dv uiii uay messenger, 3a aim uy uannou s w nip. j darn Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod' hunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. Whip, thor 3 dam by Virglnlus, he by Mason's oughbred 4 dam a Whip mart. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL maker, very liberal terma to agent , and gives Iree premium! for cluba, Sample copies of the paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to auy addreas. Write to ThoCOUMER-JOURNAL tho called upon you yet? had a spill from their jaunting Mrs. Newcomer I should say thoy had. They've called upon mo for al- car yesterday? Bob I'm not surprised, no calls it most everything in tho house. N. Y. Truth. his "turn-out.- " "World. Jack Rough on the Old Man. neighbors Thoae 1'uralKU Names. Did you hear that hs Dam Bonnie 1913, by 1837. Highflyer 1006, Me was imported by A 11 1 nomp-sool Crawfordsvllle, Indiana, June 3. 1893 Testimonial; Wc think the Hackney crossed with Kentucky mares will make good sellers and good horsca for the Eastern market, I.kk Thomas, Lexington; E. D. PKNULkToN, Norfolk, Va. Call and aee this excellent stallion LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE CO.. By A F. Moiuckly, Stanford, Ky. byVictorof Ileetley n, Ii: it LOUISVILLE, KY. The Sho Tho brido nearly fainted during "What did you givo at tho pound tho ceremony and it was all her father party?" sho asked. "Oh, I gave myself avt ay as usual," could do to support her. IIo And yet I bcllevo ho has manreplied Wllllo Washington. CO. "Dear mowdid they let you pass for aged to support both of them since the ceremony. Brooklyn Life. sixteen ounces?" Washington Star. No Chance to Lie. Mrs. Brown IIow can you say there Is more excuso for an Irishman to W. B J0NKS. J, T J Nk-S- , MCR. Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, And Tho JOXTSS BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. $10 the Iusurancc. WM. M. HUE. Danvlllo. Weekly Courier-Journ- al Will bo sent out year to any addresa for W. P. WALTON, Addreas Jessica I saw Will kissing you In tho hall, last night; didu't he have a cheek? Geraldino Yes, that's all ho did have; I dodged him so well that he 3)2 7C. couldn't kiss my lips at all. Brooklyn Eaglo. drink In this country than In Ireland? Brown Because, my dear, over thero ho can never say ho has taken tho whisky for a snake bite. Judge. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reaaonable rates, to be p. Id before removal of stock, No responsibility lor accidents or etc pea Sole proprietors Dean's Black Diaoond Rco 1 wiin siock Paint Bstlmatea furnisned for painting Wood, a'lingI'Us for sale.lurieus insurance. Red Metal aud lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All rools painted with Dean's Black Diamondn J. STEELE CARPENTER, Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers in best Hustonvllle, Ky. Pumps and Galvanised Iron rilters. els-er67-1- ..((V-- r T ' . ?t-- -. t.i Tsi.i .,n.yjt.iayqiMBja "j?'."!11'''- asf MK&. i4CTj3y.. T ii Semi-Weekly "Hi InteriorJourml Ky TREE MEMORIES. Tho woodland stretched Its nrms to me. Ami Into Its heart I went. While by my side Invisibly ftill lending tho dogs, now furiously was soon lost in the brush. I followed, CARE OF THE PIANO. Stanford. - A pail 2( 1985 E. C. Walton, Business Manager T riOH1! JjvytjJL! c AHHedgeM'le and Stanford pike a pocket book containing val uable note and receipt. PI ase return to Interior Journal oflice or to K W Lawless, Teatcrs-ville- , It; Garrard county, Ky I I Walked muslng-ryc- d content. The woodland spako no word to mo. But, oh I It thoughts woro sweet; Against my spirit ilka a sea 1 fo'.t tho thought-wavo- s beat. noforo my virion starved anil dull Tho wood shapes dropped their gold; The young child trees were beautiful Mora beautiful tho old. -- under tho bear's feet, and, quieting the dogs in order to cutcli his course, heard a human voice, tho shrill, treble 1 I could hear tho crackling of dry twigs voice of a woman. barking nnd madly trying to get loose. The Hetter the Instrument More Mdodtoti ayi y ftsj fryssjiSygiWsjeaa. In Poor means so much more than fyou imagine serious and i fatal diseases result froirn trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's "greatest gut health. Within their halls of memory What heavenly s.cenos are drawn Tho stream, the wild btrdi company) The sky's cool face at dawn; The golden lances of tho sun; Thorala that feels Its way; The twlllght-stop- i that one by ono Lead to tho moon's white ray; The multitude of bright leaf forms Engraved on earth and air; The black and gold of midnight storms; Tho blue that Wolets wear. Theso throng tho greenwood memories; Upon this perfumed track, Tho thoughts of all the silent trees Go wandering back and back. This is the charm that cotneth last, Of all their sweets tho sum Tho feeling of green summers pnst. And fair green springs to come. Ethclwyn Wothornld. in Harper's Weekly. stories of brnrs and wolves I had ever heard or read came back to me, nnd I wns beginning to distrust the reliability of my senses, when the cry came again, n good deal nearer and louder: "Dio! Dlo! Ho, "llo, Dio! I)io! Dlo-ol- " It enmc. Onco more I wnsdnzed. All the fnlry Health -- ; Browns It you are recline out of sorts, weak and generally ex-- " 1 f ft Iron i umers . m. .. af A a (, nvn't itain tour Uttk, and It's pleasant to take. UlU Brown's Iron Bit- - " ters. A few bottles cure benefit comes from the ery first dose it .I1..I.. hausted, nervous. J and can't work, begin at once taking the most reliable strengthening .. X. if M IS Vy3 mm 3 li 1 " it Cures Dyspepsia, Kidney and Neuralgia, ' 1 nwR MONO years have fasttramped the mountains, Davo the ilarinp hunters who for Liver nesses of the Cascade and Kocky Solberp is acicuowlcdftcd chief. He is of modest demeanor and no boaster, and yet ho lias killed, in his solitary wanderings, more cougars, California lions, wolves and grizzly bears than would sufllco to stock nil tho menapcrics in tho United States. Unlike his fellows, he is a college-bre- d man, is n versatile talker and tells u good story. During tho past five years Solberg's range has been through northern California, eastern Oregon, Washington and Idaho. His present hunting grounds comprise a wide expanse of rough country on the western slope of the Rockies, near the headwaters of Salmon river. Wonderful and thrilling as have been his past exploits, his last "big find," as he calls it, beats them all. To a correspondent who recently met Solberg in Spokane Falls the hunter told the following queer story: It was early in September last that I started out to fill a Chicago order for a lot of cougar, black lynx and cinnamon bear skins. Having heard from remote settlers that game of all kinds had been driven down from the mountains by tho severity of the past winter and sweeping forest fires, I directed my course toward the upper Salmon river, my objective point being two hundred miles southeast of Pierce City. llcsides lien, a stout Lapwai my faithful hired man of all work, caterer, etc., niy outfit consisted of two Indian ponies for packing service, three old hounds, camp fixtures, two Winchester ritles, a shotgun, revolvers, and plenty of canned provisions and nmmunitiou. lion carried his own shotgun and belt knives. Hen bomctimes accompanied .me on short excursions, but on such occasions we left a couple of dogs at camp to give tho alarm in case of mischief, and we never went beyond hearing dis tance of their ba3ing, if they should bo half-breed, tent-keepe- ' Constipation, Bad Blood Troubles, Malaria, i 1 Nervous ailments Women's complaints. " Get only tie genuine it ha crossed red lines on the wrapper. All others are sub- stitutes. On receint of two zc. stamns we ' will send set of Ten Beautiful World's Fair Views and book free. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. 1 BALTIMORE, MD. ywwyK'y1 HAVE IT GOOD. 'Bread is the Staff of Life" THEREFORE Baiiard's OBELISK Flour & KKffi. wgBUgjjj $ZiAlways Make Reliable. d cabin contained three airy and rooms, a studio or parlor, bed The annual meeting of the stockholders ol the Turnertville, McKmncv Coffey's ML! Turnpike room nnd kitchen. Koad Co will b held at McKinncr the ut SaturRetiring to her lnsdroom a few minday in My, iSaj, at s p. m , for the purpose of electing a prctldent and board oldireclon lor the utes the lady reappeared attired in her eniuing year. u II F. GOODE. I'res "reception suit," as she laughingly Th Dirtctory of this llsnk is composed Ot called it. While we Rat nt luncheon Forcstus Iteid, Lincoln county; she told me her history, nnd I nssuro Election. S T Harris, Lincoln; you It was only tho old story, with NEAT LAUNDRY BAG. J II. Colliei, Lincoln; Illusvariations nnd practical How to Mnk a I'rrtty Krcrptarlo for Th. annual meeting of the stockholders of the J. W. Haydtn, Stanford; trations. The gist of the wholo matter Huitonvilte A Csrpcntet's Creek Turnpike Co. Stilled I.lricn. S II llaughman J Lincoln; on the itt was a love sorrow caused by tho interFor persons who do not cart! to giro will be held atat1 lluitonville purpose Saturday in J S. Ilocktr, Stanford; of electing May, 1895, p. n , for the ference of unwise parents and result- up space to a large basket for holding omcers lor tne ensutn year W. A.Tilbblt.Slaaloid; ing in the abandonment of u comfort- soiled linen a laundry bng Is W. D WKATIIEHFORD, I'res. a M D Elmore, Staofoid; the only able home for the precarious life of a resort This may bo made of plain T P Hill. Stanford; recluse. Only two or three trusted K. L. Tanncr,;McKinner; Election. friends know the secret of her whereM.J. Miller, Mt. V.rr.on.Ky J. ti. ilocktr, Pictident; abouts and modo of living. A meeting nf the Stockholders of the Stanford J no I McRobcrts, Cashier; Backwoodsmen built her the cabin A Ml.lrdgevillo Turnplk Co. lor the election ol a A. A. McKlnney, Asit. Cathier, five years ago, and about that time she president and turd of directois lor the ensuing year will be held at Mc( orrnaek's. Mar 4, ivj, at bought a pair of grizzly cubs from the A. W. CARi'ENThlLl'rts. ipm. Indians and reared them on condensed Bank&Trnst Co milk. To this simple diet and the kindElection. est treatment tho philosophical lady well-lighte- coat. "Now, sir," said the woman, "will you walk home with mo and seo where I live with Dio and his family?" n A twenty minutes' walk on n trail brought us to a limestone cliff a few rods from the stream. This cliff was nearly perpendicular, forty or fifty feet high and in its face, on n level with tho bank of the creek, there was a broad opening or cave perhaps ten feet high aud thirty or forty feet deep. Just within was a snugly-buil- t log cabin, its front gablo end extending outside far enough to catch tho sunlight and permit the escape of tho smoko from a chimney. This retreat was the homo of the woman, while a family of bears occupied their own quarters In tho further end of tho cave. Upon our arrival Mrs. Grizzly llruln and two cubs made their appearance, all exhibiting the same docile characteristics which so distinguished the great Dio. A big Newfoundland dog also bounded forth to greet us. Tho well-beatestick-and-clny Chaining the hounds to a sapling, I plunged forward. I soon overtook the bear, which paid no attention to me whutevcr, but lazily walked along, as if his business was ins own, nntl body's else; halting, nnd then, to munch a few berries from tho bushes. As brain and I emerged from the thicket into n parunuy open space what wns my amazement to suddenly meet face to face a woman a real, live woman! The apparition was clad In buckskin frock and leggings, with high brogans buckled over her feet, nnd her head covered with a brown slouch hat, from beneath which streamed her long hair. She wns a blonde of the most perfect type. She snapped her thumb and finger and tho bear walked to her side, reared up on his hind feet nnd licked her check, while Bho stroked his shnggy uo-no- w half-grow- n la Trcntod the It 1. A musical instrument may bo regarded in tho light of an exotic, costly nnd requiring constant nnd careful attention. It is also like n tho better its treatment the more it rcsttond.s to the hand, and even in the eveninir of itsoldngols a thing of beauty with a past record of grent things accomplished. Frequently, though, a costly nnd beautiful piano grows worthless nnd tuneless bciJttiRO it has been neglected. Like a also, It needs to be kept covered nfter use. In frosty weather, especially, always close it when not in use, nnd, If throw n cover over it. Keep in a moderately warm room, not too near tho souroe of heat, and let the temperature, bo even. Not cold 'one day nnd hot the next, but wiirni all tho time say CO or 70 degrees the year round. Always place tho piano ngntnst nn inside wnll, nntl n little out from It. Shun tho Itinerant tuner who comes unrecotnniended, and of whom you have no previous knowledge. As soon Intrust your own ills to n quack as your delicate, Instrument to an ignoramus who had much better be shoeing horses or sawing wood thnn meddling with pianos. Do not allow children to drum on Prof, llanghard may expend a like amount of strength upon his keyboard 1 doubt if it thoroughly enjoys either treatment, llttt if tho right keys nre struck It will not affect it nor you fo seriously ns where children amuse themselves nnd wreck the Christian tempers of all listeners, but those of their fond mammas, by their sounds. Resolutely avoid Uttering the tops for it unquestionably with affects the tone. A maker recommends frequent wiping off of tho case with chamois skin wrung out of tepid water, nnd where the case is very highly iol- Ished nnd dark, this is not only necessary but productive of good results und little else will answer to remove the dust that settles resolutely in tho rightly named fret work. Rut if you nre afraid to try this and you want to remove finger marks nntl blue mold, take salad oil and vinegar, and rub on a very littlo of this mixture with a soft rag and with vast perseverance, mighty muscle and a soft woolen rag rub until your arm threatens to drop from the socket; then survey your work with a critic's eye, and you will doubtless pronounce tho result good. L. E. Chittenden, in Chicago Record. rncc-horse; ft a o VORY poll OOAR vi " t - IT FLOAT6 THE PttOCTCII fc 2 art FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY. OAMDLC CO. CtNTl. rnee-hors- e, THE jos-sibl- e, Queen SiCrescent ROUTE of superbly nppointctl renches the principal cities of the South with a sen-teDay Coaches and Sleeping Cnrs through to Hnrrimau, Chattathrough trains. nooga, Attnlla, Hirmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, nnd Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to knoxvillc, Hot bpruigs nnd Ashcvillc; nnd from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vickshurg, Monroe Through Tourist blecjcrs to Los Angeles anil nnd Shrcveport. Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico nntl California, San vtn New Orleans or via Shrcveport. 1 n T ciinrt linn frnnt tin- - liliu Hrnsi Oil ips to Cincinnati iH. .. frl. i rrce nirior with every accommodation to ,.patrons. WTi(lE1l ....1 uuscrva- jc"hn lovinirtnii to iMiirmtinit. in c. 1'atior aim rl gggaf rT"ggKrv tion Cnrs between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. C. Itlnoarson, Chas.W.Hell, (I. J'. A., Cincinnati, 0. Viv. rass'r Atf., ClnctnnaM. 0. c high-strun- g ... ... ...... tm A! -- -- Jivl - r.-u- I . A 1 zfy&j g Turnpike Election. The annus! tattling o( the stoclheliltis of th Morrland A Carpenter's station ttimplk will be held at HuttbUnllt oailird.iy, May 4, 1893, at p. ., for the rnrTW of eltrting a ptrtldtnt sb board of director lot the mtulng J K IIAl'UIIMA.V, Pre. u M-a-r FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK brie-a-bra- c, STANFORD. KY. well-know- n Capital Stock Surplus that this J 8200,000 21,300 Turnpike Election. The anntiil meeting for the election ol a 'ml-deand board ol directors lor the Kn4 tick urnpile Co will be held at the Writ Nations Hank in Swnlord the ut Saturdty in May, r d t Ckholoersac notified CMFTOX FOWLER, Pus iS-ynt hthv Turnpike Election. A-- Attention of the public is invited to the fat t Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th tfatioaal Hank Ac- depositors art secuied not only by the capital I Slock, but bv the stockhAltUit1 liability Inr amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ol I this Institution ait secured by a fund M $4w,ocw. Five sworn statements of thacoodtlion of the bsak art mads each yearto the United Suits govern. mtnt and Its assets art taamiaed at stated time I by government ageata, thus securing addititoaa ana perfect ssfcty tn depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1I3I, then I tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1M5 and as the Kirn National Hank ol I again , Slantord in ibli, has had practically an unlcter-rupte- d eaistenceof i years, It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ' ly and liberally than ever before in its long and nonoraoit career Accounts 01 corporations, nrms and Individuals respectfully solic-ltouts-ciand. Turnpike Turnpike the LIGHTEST BREAD, r, ejn ri. ntrz Turnpike fanners r, ct k vvx ijiii , I ii WHITEST BISCUITS. For Sato by SWEETEST CAKES, : !!ifi. ' i J. : C. FLORENCE, - - Dealer in General Merchandise, i 4lll?il fir .. The stock iilders'of the HuttonOlle A CoftVy' Mill Turnpike Hcsd Co will meet at Dr. Ilrowti' office in Ilustonvllle 1st Saturday in Mav, 1893, a a'p m., to elect a president and bo.vd 01 dliector O C LYON', I'mi. 11 or the ensuing year. OF STANFORD, KY lsnowlully.'orr,snueil and ready lor business will Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 21 000. Turnpike Flection. The stockholders Turnpike Road Co of SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same Stanford, Kentucky. ?Z$1 P-ufi- w KOTattRM ft.Hs'fn Tn F rr sBWsi disturbed. Monday, September 21, will always be a memorable day in my experience, COPYRIGHTS. heaving Hen and ono dog in camp, I For a CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? started early in the morning for an y answer and an honest opinion, write to 1 UNN iV CO.. who havu had nearly fifty years' trip, directing my steps toward the experience In the patent business. Conirounlra-tton- s strictly confidential. A Handbook of Inheadwaters of a little stream near formation concerning I'ntrntH and bow to obwhich we were camped. We had gone tain them tent free. Also n catalogue of mechanical and BdentlHo books rent free. about two miles from camp when Tigo Patents taken through Slunn A Co. rccelvo and Fan struck a scent and bounded rpoclal notice In t ho Scientific Atnrrlrnn. and tbns are brought widely beforolhe public withI out cost to the Inventor, This splendid paper. off through tho dense thicket. Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, baa by fart ho quickened my pace in the direction the largest circulation of any scientific work In tho ;j a year, dogs had taken and soon came upon copies sent Irco. world. llnl fltnz Kd mon. .monthly, tin a year. Hinglo the tracks of what I knew must be copies, J. cents. Krery nutnner contains beautiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new those of a large grizzly bear. Presbouses, with plans, enabling builders to show tho secure contracts. Address ently, as I anticipated, tho hounds latest designs andnew jjunn & Co- vouk, am BliOAUWAT. brought the bear to bay it few hundred yards ahead. This was clearly evident from tho altered tone of their cries. When I came up with the dogs, there, sure enough, was a big grizzly, bitting AND on his haunches and complacently taking in the situation. I poised my riile and was about to fire, when, to my utter stirpri.se, I saw a stout leather strap about the bear's chubby neck, while from the brass ring under his throat dangled a rosette and tassel made of red, white and blue ribSOLD TO ALL POINTS: bons. IScfiidcs, the animal's coat was ns sleek und clean as if ho had just OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, come from a tub of soap and water. So long ns I allowed the dogs to bark WISCONSIN, at a bufo distance he sat bolt upright, perfectly still, neither finlfllng nor MISSOURI, KANSAS, growling, and with an air of stolid NEBRASKA, COLORADO, indifference. Was the brute nn escape from some ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, menagerie? Wns he a household pet, TEXAS, or was l ureaming isonc oi inesc, Wo were in tho surely. heart S0OTB-WEmoro of a mountain wilderness, SE WESTf than thirty miles from the nearFIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS est border settlement, and two AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. hundred miles from tho nearest town ever visited by circus or menagerie. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE Uesides, family pets are not made of grizzly bears weighing half a ton. Moreover, I was wide awake, and I had U1LLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, OININO CRt not tasted iny brandy since leaving SLEEPING AND camp. THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE SEE I called off the dorrs nnd put them in Strangely enough, the WRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI leashes. plunged instanter into huge tho beast CHEAPEST. BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. thicket, and shambled off up tho creek, Dctcrlptls whilo I followed as fast as I could lead Write for Kates. Mai, ampblets, to any Station Agent, or to tho hounds. At a point about half a M. f. NAOO, AlLtCN HULL, W. B. BCVIIL, mllo further up, the bear forded tho er ill. Traicllaf Tim. Ag Dl. rwi stream, scaled the opposite bauk and KOA.NOM, TA. COlllllS,U. aWM)IK,YA. all-da- NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN TICKETS HORTB-WES- T, S1 NORTH AND EAST. Time-Table- s. t. in a cross by bands of colored crocheted Insertion. The bottom of the bng is finished with eiin sxArPKD unit rixoi:it and tiik beau a crochoU-'- edge to mntoh. The emWALKED TO HEK HIDE. broidered sides are divided by straight attributes the wonderful docility of plain pieces to make tho bag capaher grizzly pets. Frontiersmen hired cious, nnd tho whole thing is lined. for the purpose made monthly visits to Tho top of each side has small brass the cabin, bringing upon pack animals rings attached at intervals, through every needed comfort and many luxur- which nre run brass rods which hold tho ies. bag in shape. Cheerful Moments. Tito hermltcss maintains that mercy Ctnuiclng One's Stjlc of llrriw, between man and man and kindness to The woman with a talent for dress the lower animals must constitute the great panacea which Is to redeem ani- says: "A great numler of women ruin mated nature, bring back the golden their appearance bj' not changing their nge and hasten the millenium. Grow- style of drets when nature changes ing enthusiastic she cited many inter- their style of looks. A woman does not esting facts in her own experience. It keep one style (ill her life; she starts was a common tiling every summer for out blonde und thin; within ten years humming birds to come through the she becomes much darker In effeet and open windows, build their nests and iKicomes brooder and stouter; button to rear their young In the evergreen ono she clings passionately to tho foliage that decorated her little parlor. colon) and general character of gowns The parent birds would come at her and bonnets that were always becall and cat honey from the palm of coming to her. Slo Is a lost womher hand. Large birds built their an. Sho Is bure to look passe. It nests under the eaves of her humble is n great tiling not to fall into a rut in cabin, while grouse ncstod In tho clothes; look with a single mind at the neighboring trees 'iind brought their present effect of tho things you try on." chicks to pick up the crumbs that she A Tnrrlblo Jlutnor from Pari. threw to them from her kitchen winA rumor 'comes from Paris that partdow. A couplo of well-bretabby cats share the house with their mis- ed hair is not to lo the fashion much tress and keep tho storeroom free from longer; that, even moro trying ntill, mice. Volumes might be written upon tho pompadonr roll surrounding tho what she hus already done with the facets to bo the thing. If this lc ho, lurger animals. Whilo bhe does not then for a return of tho rats. Thoso believe in a charmed life, she declares curious abominations of our mothers' that there is not a creature in tho time over which tho hair Is bniHhed mountain forests round about that will onco more be used. With tho hair San Frunclseo brushed back in this fashion it Is to bo would harm her. nrrnnged In the shape of n figure eight, Chronicle. quite high ut the back of tho head, o Dono With. Artlstr-- "I sold a and the Psyche knot, which has been yesterday." Friend "Ah? What with us long enough to bocorao modi-fle- d arc you going to do with tho money?" Into quite u graceful arrangement, Artist "It's already dono with. My will have to go. landlady bought it for half tho board Wax Carullos Are Fashionable. bill I owe her." Detroit Free Press. After all tho "advance" in tho probTwo Opinions. Mr. Morally Goodo lem of illumination, muny of the most "My dear sir, there's no earthly ufo luxurious functions now depend for of my joining tho church." Pastor light on wax candles. They are more "But there's a heavenly use, my dear used at present than before for a generfrlond." Detroit Free Press. ation. ticking or may be elevated to the rank of n decorative object, and It Is a laundry bag of tho latter description that Is illustrated. It Is made of strips of heavy canvas embroidered stitch tapestry design sopurafed asstts and uadsi the tame management, lly provisions of its chatter, depositors sre ss tor a ptcsuient ana board 01 directors at school-hous- e fully protected aa aie depositors in National at Turnersvl Ir, at a p. it., the 1st Saturday Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually In May, 1895 u llaolc to the eatcnt ol the amount of their stock J I. CASH, l'res thtrvin at the par value thcreol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as tsecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buitincts to ut while mnaging tht Lincoln National Hank ol A meeting of the stet I holders of Knob Lick Slantord, wc we here tendcrour many thanks and McCormarks A Turncrsvlle Turnpike Co will be trust they will continue to their business held at McCoiinacks, May 11, 189C. at s p m , for with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt atlas-tio- n the purpose il electing ofticrrs tor the ensuing to same, our twenty years' eapcrionee ia 11. K. POWELL I'tei. year. 11 banking and as liberal accommodations at are with sound banking. thnStanlord A' H niton vlllc will hold their annual election Turnpike Election. cot-inte- nt Turnpike Election. The annual meeting ol the stockholders of the Msnlord fi Halls Cap Turnpike Koad Co for the election of a pieaidrnt and board of directors for the ensuing year, will be held at Vandcvrrr's store in Stanford on the ut Saturday in May, '95 at a p. 01. J. N ME.VLFEE, Fres. DinacTout: J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Turnpike Election, The shareholders of the Hanging Fork A Orcco R'ver Turrpike Road Co. will meet at Ware's store in McKinney on thu and Saturday In May, i8c3, at a p. rn.. for the purpose, of electing a president and board ol dlrecurs for the ensuing year. la J. W.CIVENS, Pits. . H. ShsnVs, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Euibry, Stanford; J. II Owsley, Stanlord; J. F. Cath, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevillt, W. 11. Cuminini, Preachers i Ut 2. 11. Stankt, President. Dr. J.'H. OwtJey, Cashier, W. M.Uright.Telci HARPER'S PERIODICALS. One Year 44 00 4 Turnpike Election. Harper's Magijln', Harper's Weekly, Harper's Ilaiar, Harper's Young People " ' ' ... 4 4 The stockholders of the Hush llranch Turnpike Postage lre to all tubtcribcrs in the United Road Co. are notified to meet at Hubble 1st Saturday in May, 1893, to elect a board ot directors ler States, Canada and Mexico. the ensuing1 year Address is HAHPKlt ft UROI IIKRS. P. O. Hoi 950, N. Y. City. GEO. I! COOPEH. JAMKS II. YEAGER. 00 co Yeager 8s Cooper, KY. Portland. To the San Francisco. . Proprietors of Eivery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, Having bought of P. W. Creen his Liverv business and added new buggies and burses, we are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S NMOTMWEfcT ..Via The NQHJBBtglssMsfeTA? d Il n.'iy.SSMa aiauiLriv9isi 9 :r 9 .n.ryrr" -- TURNOUTS '"QLigUI SVIllt. NJtBMTJCjlCAwrftTT5 plo-tur- ages of ail kinds at very LOW PRICES. The boys in and around town will also rind us the peo pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. YKAGER & COOPER Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; will find us always ready and willing to furnish Drummers' Wagons, cither single or double, or Carri- On short notice. The traveling; public Only Dining Car Route From X.OTJZSVXX.X.S TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern, For maps or any information, addren , WANTED ALLTHE WOOL In Lincoln county. Money and sacks ready. Price no object. All I ask is a chanco at it. You will lose money li you sell belore seeing me or one of my agents. Call on E. O. Singleton, Turnersville; lohn Ellis, Hustonville; King & Prultt, More-lan- d, losiah Iiiahop at his home; Wm. McKin-LeMt. Salem; J. M, Durham, Middleburg, or myself at McKlnney, F. M. WAKE. y, FRANK G. P. Agent, j.REI D, I Chicago. ) He or f ( E. II. BACO.V, D. P. Louisville. : 1 Denver I i I "MONON" Route. to can for SURE j : : st Pnui n - ri.-rrw- t ?r- - -- s o nf' w. sV 1 A ly Interior Journal 2d, 198.") Zkiolkk shoes nt Shanks' Thy Danks, tho optician's New wash goods. New fancy shirts. $1 apeca. & Son. & Son. Staniokd, Ky., - April E. C. Severance Severance imfiIF Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Silvkr lock bracelets at Dauks, tho jeweler's. Shkkp dip and sheep shears, & McKinney. Hig- - Ready, Ho.v H. 0. Waiuikn went to Somerset gina 1st. Danville, Ky. Special Sale OF k K M lew S a it a it Cuiitis, o( Huatonvillo, Is Gauoht. Watchman W. T. Saunders keeping house for Col. and Mrs. W. 0. caught Jim Hughes, a white man, helpWelch. ing himself to coal at Kowland WednesMiss Giiancelloh, of Stanford, day morning at an early hour and is visiting Mrs. M. E. Farley and family. marched him to Marshal Martin, who Advocate. put him under arrest. Yesterday Mr. Mil. F. J. Campiieli., proprietor of Hock Hughes was tried and found guilty of Castle Springs, passed through to Louis trespass and fined $30. ville this week. IlHMEMintn we have the leading cook Miih U G.Hail and eon Wearen, of The values, the fit and style of our Clothing is simply unsurpassed We have selected from our extensive line about 50 pieces to make Sonu t, are visiting her pnrents, Mr. stoves, besides tho best steel ranges. Wo have n fine line of cast cooks that we and this is why we are selling more clothing than any house in Stana special offering of next week. Our object is to attract as many peo- and Mrs. George D. Wearen. Manlky W. Tyhee left yesterday guarantee to give entire satisfaction or no ford. You only have to notice the beautiful styles an the streets ple from a distance as possible and we could think of no line of goods moriiiiig for Clinton, Tenn., where he sale, nnd with a fire back we guarantee worn by young and old to sec what we arc doing. We turn them that ladies would be more generally interested in just now thank Silks will open n photograph gallery. for five yenrs for coal and 15 years for out every day both in ready-mad- e and made to order goods. If you for waists and dresses. Prices will be, extremely low and assortment Mus. A lick Newla.ni and Mrs. Lnurn wood. Wo mean what we say. would be well dressed come to us, and if you want McKinney. Moore, of Crab Orchard, were down large. 090 Wednesday buying Spring goods. Mil. J. 0. Florence now believes that MiisG. C. Givenb has returned from the firo nt his house waa n deliberate-- atParis, where she went to attend tho bed- tempt to burn his store nnd rob it. When side of her sick mother. Shu left her he came down in answer to the dog's Now is the time to buy. Printed China Silks in navy and black grounds. Kaiki wash Silks somewhat improved. Eastern markets are advancing rapidly and continued barking, he saw two men in checks and stripes, all worth 35c to .joe per yard. Mirh May Adams, of Grays, whs on unless you supply yourself very soon you must pay more money. LaBtanding auspiciously near, for that time Wednesday's train en route to Louisville of night, :i a. m. In view of this a good dies should act promptly in buying their to visit her sister, Mrs. T. 1). Lincoln, many people believe we ought to have a looking more beautiful than ever. night policeman here an I are thinking of Tiikiie are only two lndy bicyclers in petitioning the council to put one on. Several patterns of China Silks that have been $1 a yard. Quite a town, Mrs. 15. X. Holler nnd Miss Minnie 090 The judge atXebanon refused to give And Spring Wardrobes. All who arc interested in wraps should line of designs that arc entirely new this season will go at same price. Straub, both very graceful. Tho bloomer the L. &. N. a change of venuo on the not invest their money without seeing our stock. Remember our real Japanese printed Silks that we costumo has not been introduced yet. Also 300 yards fine quality M11. F. 1). Hiley, tho genial mine host indictments charging it with discriminabeautiful dotted Swisses in colored grounds, Dimities in white and arc now selling at 65c. of the Hiley House, London, and the beat tion in coal freights and set the cases for democrat in the mountains, and his trial, May 8th, we learn from Judge Al- tinted grounds, French Ginghams that originally sold for 25 and 35c daughter. Mian Susie Hiley, are guests of corn. The commercial club nt Lebanon now 10 and 15c. Every thing is looking up rapidly and you must pay Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dnlton. asks that the matter bo compromised, more for goods very soon, so now is your time to buy. Ik the handaomo mention of Madamo but a compromise ia out of the question, All silk black Grenadines, were St and J? 1.25. New line of China Cecilia Kppinghouscn Bailey's song re- unless the road is in condition to lower cital at Masonic Temple, the Louisville ratea all along tho line. Silks in beautiful designs and colors, now selling at 75c. papera pay Miss Dollie Williams, the piApologetic. We regret to learn that ano accompanist, deservedly high comthe Stanford Opera Company failed to pliments. Miss Alice Kuhankp, of Lincoln, who maintain at Lancaster the good Impresor Many styles of handsome silks suitable for waists and dresses that has been sick at Mr. 0. 0. Sink's for sev sion it created here. Without stage ac scenery to bo used to advantage, the eral months, hns returned home. Her arc now selling at Si to St. 75 yard, folks are very grateful to Danville people tors were badly handicapped and recog who were very attentive during her ill nize themselves that they failed to give satisfaction. The Lancaster people were ness. Advocate. Miss Lauiia McAnally, the pretty inuuigent, However, lor winch the comniece of Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, Mt Wed- pany is thankful, and showed no signB of Not mentioned. Some with enough for one waist, or for a skirt, or nesday to complete the courso at the disappointment, no matter how much may be one dress. There will be a big counter full and you should Grand Cense! vatory of Music, Now they felt. After its success hero the York. Her numerous fiiends here will company thought of going on the road, not fail to come, as but it hns enough now and is willing to inifrH her sadly. Mil. and Mits. G. L. Phkecott, of Lon- retire from tho scone. don, England, and Miss Blanche King, A dozen or more members of the their pretty niece, who have been at the Knights of Pythias lodge of this place Myers House for a nionth.loft Wednesday went to Danville Tuesday night nnd as-- i Hecausc the piece you select would almost surely be sold and only for Hock Castle Springs. They are very sisted Utopia Lodge in conferring the ilellghtlul people ami maue many warm rank of knight on two candid cause disappointment. ites friends here, while tho young lady cap Messrs. John Nichols and Charles Dougtti red a score or more of hearts, which las. After the lodge closed our boya will mourn over her departure. were given a bainniet nt Hackney's restaurant, nt which everything that tho CITY AND VICINITY. heart could wish or tho most fastidious New wraps. Soveranco it Son. could desire was served. There were 73 covers laid and just that number enjoyNew silk umbrellas. Severance & Son. Any Wrap we have we will offer at less than actual wholesale cost. ed the delightful repast. Oratory flowed Fou men's shoes nud hats go to freely and the toasts and responses were numerous and entertaining. Shauks'. Ll-cil- b SILKS! April 29th to May 4th. Wednesday. The Misses Owsley were in Danville Tuesday whopping. Mb. W. A. Tmiiiilk was in Mt. Vernon tliis week on legal business. Jilts Montib UAMtiB left yesterday to visit relatives nt Middiesboro. I.. M. WKflTKiiwKM) haa beon alck for several days but 1h improving. Miss Alice Hudson', of Lancaster, it the guest of Miss Mary Beazloy. Mil Walteii Saunikks, of Livingston, is spending the week with friends here. Miie. W P GitiMKH and Will Jr., are visiting Mrs. Sowell Givena and family. J. 1). Hauoiiman, Eq., attended the miller's convention at Lexington, Tuesday. Mimes Sallie and Lena Rkntlky have returned from an extended visit to Louie ville. Six per cent added to city taxes May Settle at once. S. W. Menefeo. Willing and Waiting. To show you our Spring and Summer goods. Wc are showing a magnificent line of black and blue Serges for skirts and silks for waists. Don't fail to sue tho grand display of Spring and Summer hats nnd bonnets at Mrs. Knto Dudderar's today and Dn. Steele Bailey. Mr. II. S. With- ers, E. C. Walton, J. B. Paxton and others Bro mnking their residences look like Spring time. H. Zimmkii left his books in my hands and those owing him will please call and Bettle with me Charles Henner, at E. J. Foley's. Our wash goods are the talk of the town. Have you seen the new zephyr Plisse, Dimities, Organdies, Piques? New wash silks 25c a yard. New shirt waists and wraps. Come and look at our goods. SEVERANCE & SON. Wallace's three ring circus will exhibit nt Danville, May Mth, and blazing bills announcing the fact are being posted far nnd near. THE PRICES WE OFFER ! r- -. Hig-gin- ait At 25c Yard At 39c Yard. 27-inc- h SRRING WRAPS ! At 50c Yard. HUGHES & TATE. At 69c and 89c. STRICTLY ONE PRICE AND MANY MORE We Can Not Send Samples I SPRING WRAPS CHEAP. II I SEPARATE SKIRTS. SHIRT WAISTS. BLACK DRESS GOODS 3S-inc- Lawn mowers, floral sets, Ac. gins A McKinney. Uh- - Encyclopedias. The free lecture vertised for Wednesday night was adde- Moke clothing nt Shanks' nnd etraw Handsome Storm Serge Skirts, stylish shapes and lined and inter- hats in great variety. lined throughout, at $6. Mohair skirts SS. Mohair Crcpon skirts Bkkoiik purchasing dress goods of any Sio. Urocadcd silk skirts $7. 50. kind call in nt Shanks'. See Withers & Hooker for wall paper. Now styles and new patterns just received. imitajowel-e- r. Hundreds of laundered waists in newest shapes and prettiest colors Only a few choice pieces in our at 50c, 75c, 85c, Si, Si. 25, Si. 50 and Si. 75. Handsome silk waists tion cut glass are left. Dinks, tho at S3. 50 to S6.75, beautiful shape, fit and materials. ley. Fon Kent. Two rooms over my store; one a delightful front room. E. J. Fo- For a hot or cold bath, a clean, easy clared oil because of a change of program, but Mr. J. H. Landis, field manager of the Encyclopedia Britanica department arrived on time of the Courier-Journa- l, and has put a corps of aeents to work selling the great work. There are 25 volumes bound in silk cloth and they are sold at S1.9S each, or subscribers can pay from $3 to 15 a month and get them at once, besides getting membership in the Home University League and a magazine, "South Culture," free. It is a rare chance for everybody to get at a nominal price an almost indispensable work, asood as if they paid from 5 to $7 a volume for tho set. CLOTHING HOUSE MOTHERS OF BOYS -- ! WILL- Please : Take .THAT WE. : Notice j Now greatly in demand. Wc have an immense assortment. Crepons shave or n stylish hair cut, go to Wilkin- all wool up to bou's. in 18 styles 75c to S2.50. Serges from 29c for n taxes are not Property on which Ssc. Fancy weaves and figured goods from 40c to S1I65 More than paid will bo advertised city 15th. S. W. May 50 varieties of black dress goods, and all good values. Menefee, collector. h ing, fishing or otherwiso trespassing on my farm. Peter Haase, Ottenneira. 0 9 0 All persons HI aro warned againBt bunt I will sue on the few unpaid accounts of T. 0. Yoager, If not paid before next Monday, 29th inst. Call at ray ofllce on Lancaster street and settle. W. S. Burch. 00 The Lincoln county Confederate veterans are requested to meet at Stanford at 2 r. m. on the coming county court Danville, Ky. JjWi. --0, day In the upstairs room of court-houfor the purpose of arranging the organization of a Confederate veteran's camp. se Discharged. Tho examining trial of George Petrey and Joe Durham, charged with the murder of Leonz Abt after dragging its weary length along for nearly three days, ended in the discharge of the prisoners. Petrey 's manner on the stand and the prolusoneas of his perapiration while undergoing examination were rather againat his protestations of innocence, but if ho committed tho foul deed he covered up his tracks so well that ho left no sign by which to convict him. In his cross examination of Jasper Abt, a aon of the murdered man, Attorney forced an admission from him that he had said the old man ought to be killed and rathor left tho impression that he had either done the deed or connived at it. Afterwards Abt went to the judge and asked to be tried for the murder, but his wish was not gratified. Mc-Robe- HAVE JUST RECEIVED All of the Latest Novelties in BOYS' : CLOTHING! OF THE Mrs. Hopkins' Star Make. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. J.L.FROHMAN&CO., Danville, Ky. , "U-- .- L Semi-Week- ly I ' 'if ii M r i Mr. J. Douglas Henry is in Illinois W. G. Monnctt is visiting in Ohio. frl. P. V. Renru ia still detained at the. bed- visiting his former home. Published Evory Tuoadny and Friday side of.his father at Ada, 0. Mrs. Dodson, of Lexington, is visitWill setsn mares at Si to insure a marn with AT findy foal. Washington is black, 15', hands A grade sheep weighing 219 pounds ing Mrs. J. N. Prestridge. 853 PffiR YKiVHIX ADVANCE formed, has a tine mane and tail, nnd Is a perfect n as well a a natural saddle horse Sherill Bennett placed Joshua a stock buyer in Cawbh weighed up to Sired bv Cromwell by Washington Denmark. rVhf n not 10 paid Sa.BO will be chirRed. in jail Sunday, charged with breaksey last week. Who has beuten it this Cromwell's dam by Old Jobu Dillard Washingunice on Main street, Opposite the ton's dum by Ualcom, ad dam by Criifudrr, id ing into tho house of Win. Taylor and season ? K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. dam bv I'ocksnur consider th.s one of ihe fin his family on both -t horses In Kentucky and If the mercury doesn't rush into the stealing a pnir of pants. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a m., returning at sides has product! the best saddle horres in the MAPLE SYRUP. "fts Our Bick people have all about re00s soon, the nvfuage tomperaturo of State. He has uriiven himself as eootl a tirodtlC- - to 1,. 1.. carter, ueugcsille, Ky pio p. m. Morgan Denmark is a bHv su lion, f. hands er as any of his family. He and his colls, con- April promises to be as phenomenal ns covered under the skillful treatment of .nig" Me it splendidly bred a glanco 11 his I'lering age, line taken more premiums than nny L.&N. LOCAL Tl WE CARD. our doctors, assisted by tho beautiful pedigree will ow He will mjVe the season of norso in tlie Mito. It is not at all improbable, was the precnpltation of February. iSoj at my stable on D.invilleJv. Lancaster pike i if not alrcadv true, that in a ftw more years the ... ta 37 p m N0.. Triln going North The Marshal Field and John Wana-uink- weather wo have been having for the ..no uurin m iiuiioie, at ..... 3; p m monetary aluo ot his colts will be gieatir than No. aSi, .. .11 51 p ra that of any other stallion South .'.""..'..'. No. s, of this city has had a spring past week. .Dealers n. ...... 3 3 a m No. a, Hon. K. D. Perkins, of this place, S7 . opening such as would make Joe Sever1QUIQUE 1900-2QUEEN & CRESCENT. Cari but responsible ance nud V ill Shanks green. Drop over nnd Miss Sadie Wortham were married should taken topreent accidents t n colta lai sea01 any occur I retained on of Clay 4779, son ot Electioneer, siro of 144 Tram past Junction City at follows: when you would put in a delightful day ut tho bride's homo in Jellico Thursday. son money Mares tmdeu before fa t is asiertaiucd in the s 30 list. due No a North No. 1 South t After tho ceremony they made n short mikrs sasnn money was foaled Kv. shopping. warn nine ny AiHiaiian .tiamunno, sue 01 t.ark Morgan Dttimark " in iSy. He is by " 3 ...1.30 p ra la 15 a m " On Time, son ol None all Jackt..u mc nrn nnu niny nurc inai nas nve loan in 1110 istdam ' 5 Should conditions, remain favorable bridal tour to Louisville, returning Sun- Morgan, by Monettall Jsrkson, and.lam by Lady a so list, 3opm "' 6 ' ...315 a m produced Reward I aio.Tele Va'' ..6 oo a ra 10 " g " 843pm phone a ij, N(ma Nu a 17,, Miss Rachel a to, ginitis, jtd dim by Matchlew, 4th by I" rolls by an immense acreago of com will be day evening. f (Do not Stop Mergan Denmark is oaeol the best bred saddle Wawona a ia', WlUiemonl a tt, Annie Carey This is boautitul weather and evory stallions in Kentucky- Has good iimnc and tail J36 Aserageof flvea Kr'4 planted this week. Plowing has Oeen a body is busy doing something, the farm- and good, lung, rangy neck Don't fail to see him I'.W. GREEN, Proprietor. joy to farmers this Spring, who were not s Dl'NBAK, Hubble Ky. too previous and started teams when too ers farming, tho town people putting in i? : : : Kentucky. e wet. The judicious husbandman nover their gardens, building now houses, Shetland Pony, Inches high had a better seed bed and n propitious painting and doing their general Spring ABDALLAH MAMBRINO, am still running this Hotel and 3716. season will be followed by rich harvests. cleaning. Thoso who have nothing else Sire and grandtlteof will continue to give my guests ihe points! alien- Maplo Park Kindergarten. i? in the list Gecera S. at well as the best the market affords. to do, or those wiio have some leisure ia' .. llettle Jones a loH Mattlc II 1 nti. vim Apple, pear and plum trees aro in luxuaao1 an, Wawona a 10S, e mile covered riant bloom, on occasional strawberry time, are fishing or playing croquet, K a iS,CharlestonTelephone a 13, Reward JWheeler jy o aioif. Uixc boxntalls Thret. Annual track Stnty-fiv-sales. Special Attention to tho TravelCombination bed has burst, but little of last year's which Beerua to be a favorite game with Ngina Nu a 171,. Klkin t aj, Kive minutes walk from the depot ing Public. Horses hsndlcd fo, speed, broken to saddle and growth of black and raspberry canes sur- our people. So you need not expect I1Y ALMONT 31 harness, prepared for sale and sold on commit dam Lyd, dim of Lady Majolica a at. sion. vive to bear fruit the approaching sum- much news or many startling things to dam of Dolly, dam of Ciarina Jersey Cattle, Shetland Ponies happen in our quiet little city on tho a si.dam Hapnsa 17. mer. ot ij In a jo, Onward a jj Director imp regiilcred llcrkshlre Hogs, .""hropihlre sire slro of 47 10 a 30, Thorndalc a ai.slrc ol 7 In to, Mecr. Cumberland. m MessrB. J. P. Riffe and Emmett F Payne, sire in a 30 Correspondence solicited. F. B. niLKY, Proprlotor, There was a mass meating of the John colls are tine. of Ills larcc and utrll.h JlbsolaieJy are hustling together everyK V KAl'LCONKK, consid- ol going neef tails to win admiration and their Dansillo, lloyle County, Ky, thing marketable in the way of cattle, people last Saturday to hear and London. - - - Kontuoky. sheep and hogs; Georgo Woodson is gar- er tho proposition of the promoters of I have moved to mv new Hotsl and am b.tttr A cream of tarter baking pow- nering every chicken fat enough for the new railroad that is now being talkthl,n fi'ISf'tLivery '". accommodate lh public. ed of, from a point on tho C. S to Port der. Highest of all in leavening shipment and a meat famine is immi attached and .very convenience Give mt a call. 71 strength. Latest United States nent, save with the favored few who Royal, S. C. If this road can bo built it. FRANK RtLKV. of territory have a Bmall reserve of bacon. Obsti- will develop a great amount 'Government Food Report. nately as Winter laps over the middlo of and one of much value. The promoters SOYAL BAKING POWDER: CO., April, grass is so assertive as to have as- want this county to give 115,000 and the bo ea108 Wall Street, New York. sumed a greenish Into, and animated right of way. We think this can Call and (aarclee . ... having your t I ritriipr Irmlnt- -I mi work belore .. unre- sily done, provided the people can pee skeletons aro browsing with an - .V ii in which fine worki.icu iu mconiysnon taw cam be done and will money Is Receiving His be here permanently mitting faithfulness, in contrast with how the road is to bo built The I solicit a oj , ,,, rnu.avor 10 share by vftur merit first an editor or an ant is a aluegard. will be raked by private pubscription. It which -"'''"nshipand fair triwtineiuof all. Shon fi'U ia to be a double track road nnd it is es : Law, Attorney : : in .iteration & Career's shop on Somnstt street Wheat, with rarely an exception of even A J'n will cost i20.000,000. KINU.1 Stanfird, Ky. - spots in fields, is of excellent promise, timated that it Goods Warranted and a I'crtect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. W S Unr.h, though this ia the moonologist and cycle M N'ewland, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Atty at Law Deputy Sheriff. off year. A better O lice on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court observing alarmists' B. D. Hollzclaw sold to William An"House. Collection receive etpeclal attention 8S stand of oats was never seen. Garden c Wow-land- , ing is extremely backward and many derson a yoke of oxen at 3c. Wyntt Hughes sold last week 50 barwill expect a duplicate of last May's Conoral Collectors, A. S. rels of corn at f 2 40 at the crib. Adyo blizzird about the first of June. Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky, Surgeon-Dentiscate. Ed Powell, a prince of his class W. I. Herrln, of tho East Knd, sold In- Dealer a chef v,c,,lan Public to do gen, young bachelor CtlcctinK Uu.meu Accounts, notes, etc to Dunn, of Madison, a bunch of moun collected in all parta ot ihe county Delmonico will be instituting of whom n 6m' tain cattle at UJc. investigations when he hears of him Dan W. Scott weighed up this week OEce over McRoberts' Drug Store In the Owsley through the Intkuioh. That such a to Simon Wiehl 50 building. cittle, weight 1,513 : : banquet could be prepared under mas- lbs., at 5 cents. Winchester Democrat. supervision as 1 culine manipulation and Army worms aro getting close to us. was served to a number of Ed's friends They have invaded Marion county aud HUSTONVIILI.E, KENTUCKY. Uy Millinery Stock is full and complete. Call last Saturday was almost incredible to are playing havoc with the growing xd examine and you will be sure to buy a new the lady experts present. Substantial crops. wuersnis servicer o ibe peopled West Lin. Spring Hat. Coin and laicy Counties Full slock of XolOns were eminently "recherche" and pro and Casli eti always on band. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEV, F. P. Bishop sold IS yearling lambs H S Carpenter, Manager. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Ky Stanford, fuse; but memory of those salads, ices, to Johnson, of Boylo, at 2Jc. Mr. Bish OS cakes, kieaes. fruits and crushed ice and op finished planting a field of 60 acres of cut glass trimmings will ever provoke a corn Tuesday. salivary flood so long as the favored of I will go to any place whtrt The Democrat says there were dy th.re are six or more cattle lo ehorn. that episode revert pleasurablF to the do the work 700 and S00 cattle on the WinWater, Light and Ice Company's Factory l.igntnltg Drhoruer Can dehorn anywlih the money and coo In delicacies enjojed without mostly three arconds Ihe knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dc snot crush nor break the horn, as the At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds without price. That such domestic and chester market Monday, feeders of poor brought quality. Good 1,000 lb. clipper docs. It It the only humane way to d. horn Does not punish ihe animal like the saw. And over and lie a pound for 10 pounds and up culinary excellence are possible without 4 ceutt, 700 to S00 3, lighter ones 3 Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. to 100. and.,h' wwinu gets well as quick aain as that presence of wife is not in evidence that cents. Good fat butcher stutT brought 1 -- . -nills due istof each month. j the .wO. ror iiinn.r Informstloa. cal marriage is a failure, but it does Beem a cents. Fatiieifers 750 to 1,000 lbs., 4 to K. I1REMER, Stanford A,. Stanford, ICy. See the l.ijhlnTjj Pruning Hook. rot. shame that man so blessed should find it 4. A car load of hogs sold at 4 nnd a M. S. your correspondgood to be alone. If ohmsn. j. w. UnjllMAN lot of Southdown ewes, lambs thrown in, Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. ent wero not mortgaged, she'd certainly at 3 30 per head. set her cap for Mr. P. ODDS AND ENDS. : We Caseyitea must represent the raoraiBTOHs examine"my Spring Millinery, which highest type of philanthropists in the To call and The city of Richmond is about to am opening up. I pride myself that it is well army of fruit erect a monument to Lieut.-Genworld, if judged by the & J, E. B. (elected aud that it is bound to please. Having And must sell the goods. Give us a call. bought tor cash and being determined to sell for agents who are alwavu with us exhibitStnart, the cavalry commander of the cash, I can sell at the lowest possible prices. An ing specimens of rare fruits, of which examination will convince you. Army of Northern Virginia, who was - - Kentucky. MRS. A. A. McKINNEY. 6 some distant nursery is propagating killed in battle at Yellow Tavern in 1SG4. Btock they'll furnish us at five and ten IIlyounedlu,ry give us a call. Nothing It is a good thing for the traveling turnouts will leave our stable, ice but times the cost of something standard public to know that on trains where us lor rates. In our home- - We do love to Pullman cars are run the condnctor is and attainable at Attorney at Law, HARNESS SHOP be humbugged and encourage these itin- obliged to furnish seats therein free of ),'!tU!nndl.Kuo,!.,,Q',l,,mof erant mendicants to work the novelty charge when the ordinary cars are "ine.s, Have, our repairing don. br I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below e racket just as the seed catalogue Will act as Executor.JAdministrator and Assigncrowded and the others are not. This ee work us with their vegetable nov- is provided for in tho contract between and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Specnl attention Jglven to Settle nents of and bale and Division of elties, which are nearly always inferior the companies, BLACKSMITH SHOP. as Attorney but it is not generally The New Home, style two, 523. The New Home, style three, $25. infants' lands. Will guarantee to what we have in stock or can beg of a understood. Ex. ork and satisfactory The New Home, style five, $28. 'a St. overSupt. W. F. Office ou Lancaster price Ti our horse shoer. provident neighbor. Let us all appoint 9 office. All made by the New Home Scwine Machine Co. are warranted During tho past 10 years the failed r for a date, meet and beg the I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will States have imported nearly 30,000,000 for five years. A. G. Lanhair Join 3 Castleman. an extension of lease, on a solemn pledge bushels of potatoes. The greatest po- sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are to never spend another dime .with any tato crop ever grown in this country offered: fruit stock peddler wo do not know, and was that of 1SSS, aud it amounted to Of Lincoln County. to petition Congress to raise postage on 20.1000,000 bushels. There is money in I The New a'l garden seeds to a rate which will be potatoes and Kentucky ought to grow Chickcring, Hazelton, IJush & Mason & Hamlin, Gcrts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, prohibitory to the millionaires even. more of them. Louisville Times. Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince Mill, Kimball, It is refreshing to all lovers of good A New Jersey dairyman was before I hopefully infer from the re- the court the other day. It was & Son. And Others. morals to Lancaster, Ky., Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders. sult of the Mills meolings at tho modern shown that he had 30 cows, but he sold Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of tho most competent workman ev. and Invites the CASTLEMAN Sodom, Lexington, that if a latter day 1,300 quarts of milk a day. Then the er knew, who seived many years In factory learning hut trade. All work warranted. ol the builders r"ftion. county to its attention Sewing Machines repaired and warrantid. superlo. workmanship aud low prueimaterial Lot ombark there on an inquisitorial ex- court took pencil in hand and figured Note MANAGERS, Address, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. pedition he has promise of finding the out how many pumps tho enterprisSOME OF OUR CJomnierco Building, Louisvillo number requisite to aversion of the ing dairyman had and assessed the Cue THE 1IKRD OK threatened incandescent shower. We accordingly. Ky. Post. Perlectly clear tvjplaror yellnw pine flooring at Agents throughout the South. Japei Hundred. low aa are puzzled to determine just where hundred 'erfectly clear yelluw nonlar w.ihi, iTi..... .: To the Democrats of Lincoln County. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, the g'eat reformatory organ of tho Hairy A. 01 celling ' ". I am a candidate to represent Lincoln county in Heathen stands in this revulsion. Mr. Pino, poplar chc.tuut and ash, as low m In yellow STANFORD, KY. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, huu .ouble dressed lumher as low u?' p" Mills obviously attained his ends thro' the next Legislature of Kentucky, subject to the hundred, lleautilul vello.v pino stand squarely party. of lumber means radically variant from Mahomists, actionthe the Democratic CrabOrchard, - - Kentucky. quar er oak, A.. Save money by.inlshlug u. you. giving National Democratic platform. Endorse upon and it does seem that the "Blade" should Clc eland and Carlisle. Am for James II. McCre-arT E LANCASTER PLANING MILL. 71 'ir Pigs for sale from tho best types of Registerd lor U. S. fcenator and in (aorof Free Turnd he taken to a grindstone. Lancaster Kespectlully, Stock llreeders secured from tne beM herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited I dosire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I Apropos of meetings, Rev. J. L. Stamper pikes. M. F. Nor in amretdy to serve you in Drss Making in any closed . a series at Roberta and all stales I take the best fishlon Journals posted on what ladies should wear. Chapel, Stringtown, last Friday night nnd keed Bucklln'a Aralca'Salvo. Prices reasonable. Come in and give me a trial. the world for cuts, bru tea, The best salve TE7 Z employ none but first class help with moat gratifyiug results to the con- sires, ulcers, salt in rheum, fter sores, tetter, chapcan b found at Miss Carrie Por v .Atnrecent successor to ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, gregation aud with profit to that eleter's residence on Lancaster StrictD hMlTll, no pay repuircd. It Is it positively cures piles, or satisfaction or money MISS MARY Kespectlully, ment of the neighborhood still classified guaranteed to gne perfect Stauford, K.y. 77 om per box. For sale by with the goats. Thoie so fortunate as to refunded. 1'nce as centsKy A. R. i'enny. Stanford, attend the meetings are extravngant in Guaranteed praise of tho young man and discover in We authorize cur advertised Cure. tosellyou-Dr- . druggist King's New Discoyery for Consumption, him a superiority in homiletics, coupled Ky. f3 Coughs and Colds, upon tins condition If you Crab Orchard, with a magnetiem which promises more are aillicted with a cougn, com or any L.ung and day Patrons aken to remedy Throat, or Chest trouble and will Meet all Trains night than ordinary excellence in the spiritu- - according to directions, giving it ause thistrial and any pait of town Free of Charge. tair al vineyard. experience no benefit, you may return the bottle ,,ock of ,iuiu,Ds Fare of Hotel $ oo per Interior Journa KIDD'S STORE. WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. gameness is remarkable, with wonderful natural speed aud they improve very rapidly. WASHINGTON Dentist, DR. W. 3. FE1T1T-ST- , Dot-so- i zS& Morgan Denmark. Stanford, Ky. nafwHf Poat-Oift- 1 n- ?& SM . 1 er J. B. HIGGINS. Stanford, to Insure a Living Colt n All Kinds Coal, 4 Tho Myers House, 1 - TURNER. forty-on- Stanford, 1 One-eigh- th 1 1 v mwiMtw THE RILEY HOUSE Pure Ti.lr. ds-r-d. Carriage Fainter. . W. S. BTJBCH, at Stanford, Kentucky SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ., H- - . PRICE, t, ilJo (Co WE)ABffi3KT, Buroh houBe-keep8rs,h- as Stanford, Ky. TO THE LADIES Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STAlTrOUD, K?. J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, ICE I Donorn "Zour Cattle. 1 bo-twe- en Furniture, Undertaking, THE LADIES Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. n. CORDIALLY INVITED . We Beat In Low Prices LIVERY, FED WITHERS & HOOKER. first-cla- ss M.S.&J.W.Baughman, STABLE, Stanford, SALE WaUaoa E. Varnon, Slumlord, . . Kentucky. READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. awin-dler- s, McCla-sry- first-cla- fool-kille- ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. TO THE CITIZE1TS PIANOS: ORGA1TS: Insurance Company I Lancaster Planing BARBEE& 1 llLUK-GltAS- PRICES: S Duroc Jersey Red Swine 1 W '" 'innm TO THE LADIES. -'- BBsVsSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBSSBSBBBBS'F'V y coarse-graine- two-week- s' 1 lYDir llJJAJJ trir JL XJMLiudNcya a. J ypnr A. C. Sine, THE BASTIN HOUSE, MCCTCILK 'wC41X ,, Cood Livery Attached. Jay. n-6- m Early to bed and early to rise, mind New Discovery could belied upon. It never disTrial bottles tree at A. R. Penny's your business and tell no lies; don't get appoints. ' drugstore. Largo sue joe and Ji. D.-S- . n. . . -i drunk and deceive your wives; pay your TVrwrJ 'rj.t.A twjfW lw.T.Tf Curo for Uoadacbo. Hustonvillo, Ky., debts and advertise; buy from men with As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric to be the sery best. It effects Hundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty-Five- ; S$ dollar wheels at 6$ dolHas marc nice Furniture than was ever in and enterprise, is the best advice under the aHitters has proved and the most dreaded habitual permanent cure More pretty Uuggles, Surreys Second-hansick headache yields to its influence. We urge lars; 65 dollar wheels at 50 dollars. wheels very cheap dultlvaiori. Wagons. Plows akies. Montgomery County Timea. good Phaetons. MoioHarness, Ilridles, Whips and all who are allllcud to procure a bottle and give and more nice than was ever seen here. Hemore remedy a fair triaL In cases ol habitual con Picycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds done. this Binder Twine The assessment has been raised by stipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the get his the public to call and see an d s ock and harneeded tone to the bowels and few cases long reIiuilder of Repairer Board of Equalization in 59 sist &ra Logan, the State theuse ol this mediclm. Try It or.ee. Large ness, is In my bouse and would be glad to have his bottles only v cents at A. R. Penny s Drug Storo. counties. call on him when wanting work done. tfnends A. il. 1IASTIN, Prop. and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer if we did not know that Dr. Kings tiiSdivimifr"1 luu CARPENTER, FOR CASH Will be enabled to make Lower ! wcuIJ teeVne'iobuee,r'fm,:h"C- ONXTSr, Prcct "T Hus-tonvll- le. d WIRE and SLAT FENCE IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Mill work '?. than lis M. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. at City Prlcti. V -- i r" V"-- ., iit Jk-f-. j- - -