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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895050301 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. vol. xxi i r. r Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 3. 1895. CHURCHAFFAIRS. 11 a. m. Prof. L. 1) Noel, of Danville, will preacli at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning and niht. Kid. J. S. Sweeney's meeting at tho BrondwBy Christian church, Lexington, drew ;'.0 souls into the fold. Tho Christian Kndeavor Society will meet at the I'resbyterinn church next Sunday afternoon at 3.JM). A full attendance is desired. Uev. Charles I. Strong, an Episcopal minister of Savannah, Gh., challeng-e- s his Bishop to discipline him for repudiating the doctrine of tho physical resurrection of Christ. In proportion to their numbers the Cumberland Frtabyterinn church shows a greater gaiu of members last year than any. It is the smallest, however, of the leading denominations. Euier It. A. Broadhurst, who was principal of tho Orphan School at Midway some years ago, Is critically, ill at Louisville. Ho lived in Stanford at oue time and taught Bchool. Tho regular services of the Christian church, Sunday school included, will bo held at Walton's Opera House Sunday morning next, owing to the fact that the church is undergoing repairs, That was a great meeting at the Louisville Est Baptist Church. There were 72 additions to the church, mostly by baptism. Tho church is thoroughly alive, up with its nances, and Pastor Cl.ritian ia happy. Ky. Baptist. Eight young men were ttraduated from the LoulgvUlu Presbyterian Seminary Tuesday and had conferred upon them tho degree of Bachelor of Divinity, an neension which marked the close of the second term of tho 1 Theo-logicnl IL NO. 19 -- WILLIAMSBUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ft- - Several o( our citizunn nro Friending his wook down tlio river Ashing. The titnu for our boIiooIh to close will pooh bti hero. Ilotli of them close the last of this month, Our (nrmerfl nro getting about thro' planting corn. They have hail beautl fill weather for thu work. Circuit court begins the lath and it Is thought that tho criminal buainess will take up tho entire two weeka of tills term. Tho Uaptiflt church haa purchased tho vacant lot adjoining tho church ami expect to enlarge tho building ns soon us tlmv fool able to do ao. Tho plans are being drawn for tho addition. Mr. and Mra. G. A. Dunham spent Sunday with their son, Said, who is in Mr. and Mrs. J. Hchool at GetliBomano. T. Freeman and daughter, Misa Nellie, have gone to Martinsville, Ind., for Mita Nellie's health. Mr. J. 0. Mthanwill soon have his new homo completed. The coal miners and operators arc holding a meeting at Jellioo this week to to settle on prices and conditions of la bor for tho coining year. We hope they will be able to settle without a etnke this time, m a strike would be excetd-inglhard on tho laborers just at present, when times havo been so dull. Judgo II. 0. Harman, county attorney, was In Jellico last Wednesday. Mr. Henry Scalf, of Knox county, gave us n call Tuesday. Dr. 0. A. Cox and Mr. I'. A. Chilton, men ol tho grip, gave our merchants u call this week. Miss Hat tio Jones Hpent a fe daya in Louisville this week. Mr. A. J. l'arker, who has been attending the law school at Louisville, ik at homo with his Hheepskin. y at Goshen next Sunday at Mr. Joo Severance, Sr., will preach One Gallon of-- Many of our citizens aro beautifying their houses by giving them n fresh coat of paint. Elder George Gownu will fill his pulpit at thu Christian church on Sunday morning. Liconso was granted Tuesday to Enoch Wearen, of Kirksville, to marry MieH Nora McKinney, of this place. Tlie wedding wo prophesied took place, but not at tho place mentioned, much to the disappointment of some who expected to witness it. The Kpworth League was organized last Sunday afternoon with about 20 members. Since that time six or eight more havo been added to the list. Messrs. B. H. Hudson and T. B. Walker, of this placj, sold this week 400 acres of laud at f50 to Mr. David Thompson, of this county. Possession to be given Jan. lit, 181XJ. Garrard College Commencement will be held June 5th and on Juno 1th, there will be a contest of eight or nine contestants, representing tho echoola of the Central Kentucky towns. The Southern District Methodist Conference meets in this place, May H, 15 Bud 10. As many as 100 delegates aro expected. There will be preachers aud delegates from 20 pastoral charges. Friday, Mrs. Hobert L. n entertains the Young Married Literary Society at her home two from Lancaster on the Stanford pike. Au interesting program haa been rranged To-daEl-kiWo-men'jj for the occasion. White it Kreuger are rustling the work about tho rock quarry. The mountains are very lovely now. Tho weather seems to favor vegetation this Spring. Mies Hay Jones, a beautiful Middles-borbelle, is visiting tho family of Mr. J. J. Williams. The normal term has begun at the IuBtitulo. All tho teachers who desire to pass the examination should enter at once. J, W. Baker has bought a comer lot of White & Kruiier on Main street, near the railroad crossing, and has begun the erection of a brick business house. While railroad business eeems to be falling off generally elsewhere, it woe never better at this place. Four to five cars per day of lumber, staves, lime, posts, Ac, are shipped. A counterpane woven by tho writer's mother 40 years ago was among the effects of Mrs. Margaret Adams at her death a month since, and was bequeathed to your correspondent. It is an invaluable memento and is appreciated beyond expression. Elder Joe Ballou, assisted by Rev. J. Hardin, of Danville, conducted the funeral service over tho remains of Miss Nettie Cocks last Friday nt 10 A. M. The large congregation of mourning friends was deeply affected over the death of one Bojoung and lovely. The pall bearers consisted of 12 young men, schoolmates and frinnds. Beautiful fhwers decked o "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you ONLY: $1.40". PER: GALLON. .It is. Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. two-stor- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. . NEW NOVELTIES. Sterling Lock Bracelets, Shirt Waist Sets, Belt Buckles, Opera Guards. A Full Line of UP Tfli At Prices Beyond Competition BATE! 8 (Q)ID) DANKS, SHOES AND JEWELER. L MIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. There is a flue prospect for fruit in this vicinity. Row M. A. Middletou preached at Grove Sunday. Sunday school h ill be organized Ht Turkey Knob echooMiouse, Sunday at i! o'clock. J. 0. Coulter is working a largo force of men peeling tan bark on CheBtnut Level in this county. Tho baud went up and played for I'uclo Johnny Coulter Saturday night and got a good supper. Tho Liberty correspondent, says "If the State should unfortunately be lost to tho democrats, fee." Well it would bo an unfortunate affair sure enough. It would be n real calamity to eay the least of it. Ugh! wouldn't it be awful? The Casey republicans instructed for Bradley. Now ho ought to come down and explain why he ran off and refused to speak at the log cabin picnic at Liberty some years ago. Some s.iy he got mad because, such small fry as G. M. Davl sou, John Deldeu and others were put on the program before him, George Durham has announced him self a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the republican party. He is a common Bchool teacher not above the average, but will compare lav orably with our representative in the upper house of the General Assembly, both in ability and personal beauty. His chances for the nomination nro about oue in a thousand. At Brooklyn, N. Y., LJwnrd Mur ray, aged IS years, was scut to the Asylum, He was known as a "cigarette ilend." For n year he smoked 150 ciAt a day, sometimes "00. garettes Youngstown, Ohio, Thos, Kelly, aged 'Si died from cigaretto smoking. Dr. W. L. Bernard, of Columbus, u loading eye and throat specialist, was expelled from from the Georgia Medical Association, on tho ground that ho had cut himself off from the association with his profession by advertising in a newspaper. The city council of Bowling Green refused to reduce liquor license from 1300 and a number of snloonists swore they would go out of business beforo they would pay it. They didn't though and tho revenue for liceusea amounts to IU.075. institution, The Advocate says the debt on the new Methodist church of f 1,000 was subscribed on thu building association plan. The oillcers of the church subscribed for enough shares of stock to pav the debt at maturity, and the members will pay, according to their means, from one to 100 cents a week on the stock. He v. A. V. Siremore has returned from Clinton, Tenn,, where he assisted tho pastor, Itev. E B. Booth, in a protracted meeting. There were 50 conversions, '' of whom were added to the Baptist church at that place. Of tho number only two were under 20, while there were six over t0 years of age. Great good was accomplished in many ways. The Baptist church at Uarrodsburg has declared against its members dealing in spirituous liquors, and it was decided that full fellowship shou not bo granted to members engaged in the traffic. One year is allowed those members already engaged in the whisky business to llnd other means of making a living. The whisky truillc and chnrch membership do not conport, that's a fact. I LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Mary, tho little daughter of Jacob Bill, the Swiss butcher, died of convulsions, May 1st. Hev. Kendrick, Danville, is expected to bold a protracted meeting at the Christian Church, beginning May 0th. Kate, the bright little daughter of Dr. U recti, East Burnstadt, is visiting Beulah ami Bertie Thompson. Hev. W. B. Hagan is in town shaking hnnds with his friends. Present indications are that there will be the largest crop of apples ever known in this section of the country. Tho trees are fairly loaded with blooms. The peaches are all entirely killed. There will probably not bo a peach in the county. A largo number of our citizens went to Barbourville Tuesday, expectiug to hear Col. Breckinridge speak in the case, but thev rutiiriif.l sadly disappointed as the case had to be suspended a few day on account of one ol me jurymen oeingBick. Fields-Adkins Miss Lou Mckeo returned from It la estimated that tho government's revenue deilclt at the close of the tlscal year, Juno CO, will bo 40,000,000. The deficit at present is 117,211,511, but this will be somewhat reduced by in- .V . come tux collections. Joaquin Miller, the poet of the Sit (Igurea in an unsavory Bcandal just now. Tho story goes that ho took a young girl to the Hawaiian Islands, introduced her as hia daughter, and cruel- ly abandoned her. The grand jury which was called to investigate the mine explosion near Butte, Mont., Inst January, by which 53 men were killed, reports that the blame can not be attached to any individual, Corporal Henry, of tho Eighth infantry, stationed at Fort Kussell, Cheyenne, committed suicide with his rifle because his comrades likened him to A Household Troaauro. Ojcar Wilde. season baa haD. W. Fuller, of CnJoharie, N. Y., sy inthat In England the always keeys Dr. King's New Discorery the family would not be without it. If house and just closed. There were SO deaths and procuraoif,hU u. n. ujucmin Liruggist, s N. V,, sayi that Dr. Klng'i .New Ditcovery ii over 150 arms, legs and undoubtedly the belt Coufn remedy; that he "has besldea hundreds of minor broken, usod it in nia family lor eight yeajs. and It bat foot-ba- ll collar-bonea. The population of tho city of New York is shown to be 1,810,800. action of the Democratic party. I stand squarely upon the National Democrattc platform. Endorse Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James B. McCre-ar- y (or 17. S. Senator and in favor of Free TurnRespectfully, pikes. Electric Hitters cured him. M. F. North. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg. Illin . running sore on his leg of eint years' standBuoklln'a ArnlcaJSalve. ing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters boxes of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and hd The best aalve in the woiU for cuti, bru.'iei, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aorei. tetter, chap- - Ug is sound and well' John Speaker, CaUwbis and all skin eruptions, O., had five large fever sores on hit leg; doctor! hands, chilblains, corns neve, mien 10 ao 111 iiuu 11 claimed for it. why t positively cure piles, or no pay rtpuired. It ii said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric not try arn.edyo long tried and Iciied. Trial guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money ric Hitters and one box Ilucklen's Arnica Salve bottle tree at A. R. Penny's Drug Store, Regu-la- r refunded. tnc accents per box. For sale by cured him entirely. Sold by A R. Penny, druggist. A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. lite joc.and Ji.oo. Williamsburg last week, whore she had been for bohio timo. Beulah Thompson will entertain a number of her little supper this i ji., friends to an it being her 7th birthday. Mrs. H. M. Jackson entertained the Shakespeare Club last Monday evening. After the reudiug Mrs. Jackson iuvited the guests to wash their hands, after which they were taken to the dining room where all enjoyed themselves for a couple of hourd "pulling candy." It seems that Fate has spread its darkest wings over the Executive and the shadows full thick and fast. Only a few short months ago, the governor was bowed with grief caused by tho death of a lovely daughter whom ho idolized. On the 13th of April his son, Arch Brown, was divorced from his wife, and now this same son hus mot an awful and tragic death. The governor ia irreconcilable. His friends here sympathize with him in his bereavements and deep trouble. ice-crea- m Man-siou- ", Several of our citizens have had pavements of asphalt hud, and they are certainly nice and substantial, and if our Public Square should be covered with tho same, wo would have reason to be proud of it. MiBi Maud Miller, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mra. Tom .Miller, of this place, Buffered a painful accident Monday afternoon. In some manner she fell upon ii fence in the yard at her home with such forcd as to knock out one of her front teeth. Quite a number of our merry, brigl t faced lads are seen wending their way to tho ponds aud river banks with their fishing tackle in hand to angle for awhile with the llnuy tribe. For that matter many of older growtt enjoy and engage in the sport too. Tho holiness meetings are every Monday evening at tho Presbyterian church. The subject they discussed at the last meeting was temperance. The theme under consideration for the next time will bo tho "Love of Christ." The sanctified ones read an appropriate Scriptural verse at these meeting bearing upon the subject. Married on Tuesday, April 30th, at Waxahacha, Texas, Hen Thomas Busb, a former Lancaster boy, and the oldest son of Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Busb, of this place, to Miss Laura Wise. Tho marriage occurred at tho residence of tho bride's parents in Waxahacha. The happy couple left at once for Campbell, Texas, on a short bridal tour. "Tom Bush," aa ho is so familiarly known here at hia old home, has been in tho evangelistic field for some years and is untiring in his efforts and unremitting in his zeal toservo his Master. Heporta come to ustliat the bride in question is very handsome and of n most excellent family. ".May life be to them a gift of pure blessing, no shadows, their pathway oyer enhancing.' Mr. L. F. Hubble is in Hockcaatlo county on business. Prof, O. O. Poguo was in Richmond Monday. Misses Mary Gill and Lucille Weisiger were visiting friends in Danville this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Brown aro residing in our midst temporarily. Mies Florence Jenkins, of Danville, visited Lancaster friends the first of the week. Miss Alice HuJson has returned from a visit to her cousin, Miss Mary Beazley, at Stanford. Elder George Gowan returned yesterday from a visit to relatives at Fayetteville, Tenn. Mr. Davo Arnold, of Nicholasville, was visiting his son, W. A. Arnold, last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Prescott and niece, Misa Ring, of London, England, were the guests of Mre. Dr. W. S. O'Neal. Mrs. W. O. Bradley and daughter, Miss Christine, were visiting in Danville Wednesday. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, was called to Lancaster Monday to see his niece, Mrs. W. A. Arnold, who continues quito ill. Mrs. Oslo Huffman and Miss Honeywood, of Louisville, havo arrived in our midst and will again become residents. Granville Jarvis left last week to visit relatives at Wellington, O. Mr. John Dillehay, of Danville, was in our city recently. To the Democrats of Lincoln County. lam a candidate to repreient Lincoln county in the next Legislature of Kentucky, lubject to the the coffin. Mr. S. II. Hay, of Liverpool, was the guest of Mr. J. W. Nesbitt last week. Misa May Miller assisted in the entertainment at Livingston Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Tobo Ltir, accompanied by Master John, visited friends here recent- We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and laly. Mr W, A. Davis rejoices over the dies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and mearrival of another girl at his house and dium price ladies' Shoes our $1 50 and $2 goods are bargains.-29, Mr. Jonas McKenzie over a son. Mr. Jos. Thompson and sister, Misa Wade, ' We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi of Garrard, visited relatives hero this um price goods. Our men's 7. 50 and 10.00 suits are great bargains week. Mrs. Helen Brooks, of Paris, is visiting the homefolks. Miss Kate Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing 01 Spradlin, who has been attending the stock and it costs you nothing to look. Institute, has returned home. Miss Bessie McClure visited friends nt Pleasant Valley last week. Miss Florelle Brown has been very ill, but is recovering. Dr. W. A. Brown is in frost Parksville. Mr. J. R. Cass is working at Sinks while Maurice Brown is at home on account of sickness in tho family. HNS. 1 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Wall Paper&Alabastine We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call Peter Beard, a juror In tho and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. murder trial at Barbourville, is critically ill with heart disease, and this will result in a delay in concluding the argument. James H. Swango announces his White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and candidacy for representative from the Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of district composed of Wolfe and Morgan counties He will graduate from the law department of Centre College, at DanFieldB-Adki- OF A LOCAL NATURE. Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo M(9MBJB3BTgo -- ville, in a few days. Capt. J. H. Myere, who for a numIN VIEW OF- ber of years has been a conductor on the Maysville train, has given up his position, and will probably be made the local agent for tho road at Maysville. Paris Kentuckian. Capt. Myers had tho JULY 1, 1S95, we offer K. O. run for a long time. , Adam Price, charged with selling whisky illegally, escaped the sheriffs nt Needmore, Madison county, by the old Everything in our line, such as trick of changing his clothes in a room nlono. When tho eherifls discovered their loss they fired after tho fleeing prisoner, who escaped barefoot and in hia night clothes. Joo Lewis shot and killed his uncle, Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Tate Low Is, at Sloan'B Valley, Pulaski Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you county. Joe shot at his uncle's dog a large stock to select from. about a week ago, and on their first meeting the trouble was renewed, wben the old man whipped out a knife and began cutting. Joe responded with his revolver, the balls taking effect in the arms and breast. AT COST FOR CASH WAGONS, PLOWS, HARNESS, FARRIS & HARDIN JAMES FBTB HUSTON YIIXE, KY. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolu- - , very eensibly, said: "The governor of a State has nothing to do with tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imtho currency of the country or tho tariff possible to a great many people but I wilf pay any one's toll coming of the United States. Just at this time, to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these however, there is a crisis in the demo- goods will arrive in the next few days. cratic ranks in Kentuoky and it would bo but an injury to bring this question of currency in to cause further d'eaat's-factioBy such a discussion in this A good black slicker $ 1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3. campaign it is possible to lose 25,000 to Mens' sandals worth 75c to the democratic party and Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth $5.50. 30,000 votes give to the republican control of the for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for State government." and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 When one goes to church and listens and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $5 to ti a most affecting and earnest appeal S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor for money to spread the Goapel through made for S12.50 to S15. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods the world, and then looking around sees are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. enough material in the ladies' sleeves in that one chnrch to keep a missionary in S I the field, he's apt to think of Hezekiah to woman that sewa pillow Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know 11:18, "Woe slips to her arm holes." that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them Specimen Oaeoa. lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unS. II. Clifford, New Casscl, Wis., was troubled Wash Fabricks I have with Neuralgia aud Rheumatism; his stomach til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. was disordered, his liver wasalfected to an alarm- in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of ing degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly over from last year for reduced in flesh aud strength. Three bottles 01 check, striped and figured white goods carried n. Hon. 0 M. Clay, in his apoech at Ow-ensbo- ro, OLOTJEIIITG- I DRBSS G-OOID- half price. . Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. IS "The sequel Buy and sell for Cash." worth $3. TAMES FRYE, Hustonvillc, Ky. .? k i 1 1 oemi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv., May 3, 1895 bt v r & IM fif sho did him. Invitations to tho marriage May 8th atSonora, of Mr. John Andrew McHoh-ert- s W. P. WALTON. to Miss Sophronia, daughter of Mr. Mrs. J. J. Rider, have been received and by friends here. A beautiful young lady of this placo iuformed an I. J. reporter tho other day It has been decided to have an that she would, ere many moons wax fair at Lexington this summer. and wane, becomo the wife of b travelThe most aenRationnl tragedy that has There will be no trotting jacea as for- ing man who frequently "makes" Stan merly. occurred in Kentucky for runny a day ford. was enacted at a colored assignation Senator Vorhees' free silver manifesTno widowed Duchess of Marlbo to is regarded as a hid for tho democrat roiiuli, formerly Mrs. Louis llammersly, house in Louisville Tuesday afternoon, ic or free silver nomination for the pres- of New York, was married W ortnesilay when Fulton Gordon shot to death Arch, idency. ibald D. Brown, pon of Gov. Brown, and in London, to Lord William Beresford. W. T. Lopor, night manager of tho The bride is a relative of Dr. A. S Price, his own wife whom he had shadowed 11 o United States Press in Now York city, of Stanford. and caught in flagrante delictu. committed suicide by inhaling gas iu a broke into the room and commenced to Tho woman who gets so old that sho Washington hotel. flhoot at Brown, who returned the fire as don't want to be courted by her husband James B. Gordon, an alleged news- is so old that it is time for her to go eoon as he could, but his wounds, four paper correspondent, was arrested at home to her final reward The man in number, soon weakened him and he Nashville on confessed charges of for- who gets so old and contrary that he fell dead at the feet of the wronged husgery, bigamy and libel. Here are facts, figures and untouched prices. Come and see the band. The false wife attempted to ilee, wont court his wife a little occasionally Tim r..rmntfl of the United States oiiL'ht to eo out nml hang himself. -- Ex. goods with your own eyes. but Gordon shot at her just as she reachEconomy the order of the day. It may Treasury during April show a deficit of ed the bottom ot the steps and she too Editor Harry M. MrCarty, of the take a few minutes longer to get to us but the saving will amply comEverything indicates that better $S,701,S54. This increases the deficit for Jessamiuo Journal, and Mias Mary fell dead. Gordon was immediately arrested and placed in jxil. Brown, who times are coming, if not already come. the" fiscal year to $45,274,090. Young, were married at her home pensate you. Our prices are economical and arc in touch with the Joe and Tommy Cole, aged 10 and in Fayette county Tuesday. Tho bride times. was his father's private secretary, has al- During April the wages of over S0.000 ways been more or less disputed, and workmen in iron mills, woolen and cot- 12 years, of Magoffin county, who were is said to be very beautiful and lovable since his marriage six years ago, he hao ton factories and other industries have bitten by a mad dog some time ago, have and we know that Hurry is all that any gone from bad to worst, till his wife had been increased and the prices of most of been attacked with hydrophobia. woman could wish. May they never to secure a divorce from him, the decree farm products have advanced. This is A 50 jir cent, assessment will be know a sorrow nor nover have a care. having been granted leas than two weeks against tho prophesies of McKinley and levied on tho stockholders of the failed At Springfield, O , Allen W. Har ago. Mrs. Gordon was highly connected, the other calamity howlers, who declare Commercial Bank of Cincinnati to make baugh and Miss Mary Ktz-were united being a of Chief Justice that tho country will go to the demni-tio- n good shortage of $170,000 shortage. in matrimony. After the ceremony the Wheat, and the daughter of Mrt. Bush, bowwows under the Wilson bill, Mrs.Seelie Vermleren, of Denver, preacher asked th groom for the license Iking fully apace with the times we recognize the fact that a dolwho was State librarian. She was an ex- but have patience and shuttle the cards. unable to free herself from a real or snp- - and lo and behold he had forgotten to ceedingly handsome woman, and to her We are fast emerging from the slough of posed hypnotic intluence exerted over secure any. After procuring tho neces- lar should purchase more goods now than heretofore, hence many beauty was indeed a fatal gift. She waB despond and tho democracy "will be her by a music teacher, commuted sin- - sary papers they were married again, surprises will greet you from day to day at our store, An exceptionfond of admiration and delighted in the happy yet, you bet." giving Mr. and Mrs. Uarbaugh the al sale of thus An old fued at Newherno, Tenn., society of fast men. Her elopement and of marrying twice in one day. battle, in which "distinction Thk Covington Commonwealth pub- was resumed in a street marriage to Gordon was a great surprise C. W. Huntley, pged SI, of Bristol, son Beauregard as ho was a poor hotel clerk. For awhile lishes a list of the counties in the State 15. W. Tovnsend. his O., who six weeks ngo married Mr. mileage of eacti, which and Abner and John Fulgham were they lived happily together, but it wasn't with the turnpike Peck, aged 42, iu Cleveland, after a short her nature to be true to one man and shows that the SO pauper counties, that is killed. Memnhis convention, which acquaintance, is again alone in the Ti many scandals were connected with her those which draw more from the State world. The woman was a wile lor rev. For this week at $., $5, $j, SS, $12. Sec our line of Shoes treasury for expenses than they pay in, mPPta nn the 27th of Mav to declare for name. They finally came to the oars of enue only and when she found out that sound money, will, it is said, be a nonline of Gordon and they separated, he going to have only 901 miles of pikes, while the his fabu- and Oxfords for Ladies and Misses from 50c to $3, A big partisan ailair. Secretary Carlisle will the old man had fibbed about Carpets and Mattings at The Chicago to clerk in the Palmer House. other 39, whoso revenuo largely exceeds lous wealth, she packed her trunk and deliver an address. About a year ago they were reconciled, their expenses and which goes to help examining triaf of Clarence left The and since then they have lived in the the pauper counties, have over 7,000 VftiiPhan for the killing of County At miles. Kyen such ronds as the pauper NEW ADYEBT1SKME.VW. pretty Louisville suburb, Kenwood. It torney Foster took place at Greensbnrkr wasn't long, however, before the woman counties have are reported bad, mt kept and resulted in the defendant being began her conquests again, but Gordon up and road law not enforced. Good held under a bond of $750. Notice Beemed ignorant of her doings until re- roads and solvency as well as c'vilizition At a caucus attended by 35 of the seem to go band in hand. cently, when his eyes wero opened and 5S democratic members of the Mieoouri the result of his investigations followed resolution was The momentous and all absorbing House, a in the horrible double tragedy. The gov- question has been settled an the country adopted by a vote of 22 to 9, four declinOn fATLKDAY JUN'E t, 1895, the Kard of A. URHANSKY & CO., 1'roprictois, ernor is said to be completely prostrated from Cape Cod to Kalamrzoodrawsa long ing to commit themselves. Directors of the Mcnticcllo K llurnsiitc lurupiKc r.n will oncn and ccnsldrrst-alebids ind award over the blow and much sympathy is breath of relief. Charley Broneton has, of Warren cunktucli lor tho conttiuctiua of Kour Miles of T. D. RANEY, Manager. G. E. Moore, felt for him. To bo consistent, however, after swearing he'd ne'er consent, conaccording to Road In four Woodford county farmer who Turnpike specification! insections, Terms, to per Eaves, the otlie. plant and he will have to pardon Gordon, if con- sented to become a candidate for State was found dead hanging to a tree near cent cath on monthly estimates and remainder Hranch Stores; victed, for he put himself on record as a Senator. Now let the newspaper report- Farmersburg, on completion of contract. Ind., believes tho old man Address, JOHN W Tl'TTLE. AKt . Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, believer in the unwritten law, in pardon- ers who have daily told of the gentleMontiCftllo, Ky jj.jt was murdered and robbed. ing Woods, who killed Mayor Higgins at man's doubts and fears cease from troub Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. patients at Fivo of the Binall-pDanville, for an attempted crime upon ling and let the weary take a rest. CONDITION OF LINCOLN CO, died. All other suspected Ashland have the former's sister. persons confined at the pest house have Hon C. H. Blakky, who died at AuThe W. C. T. U's got a severe snub at burn, was noted among other things for been released, and the two remaining paStatement of the fininclal The following it Savannah, Ga., where they held their being the author of the remark ''Don't tients have entirely recovered. of Lincoln polled the conditlocIndebtedness County for the year 1S04 The Turney men have State convention. They wanted to dis- bite off more than you can chaw," used 14,000. llonded The following allowance were made by Fiscal cuss female suffrage, but the minister of in discussion with a political opponent. Tennessoe Legislature and claim that the church in which the sessions were The Louisville Times, whose eJitor knew they will have at least G9 voters three Court and County Judge in 1894: .$3,040 o Merchantt'Claimt held emphatically protested and the sub- him, says that he was one of nature's no more than the majority of all the mem Fee Hillt -- . ... . W ! o ject wasn't broached. The women of blemen and a 24 carat diamond in the bersin favor of seating Turney. 3. Claries At Bowling Green, H. O. Bromley, Insurance - 36 M the city completely ignored the conven- rough. jo fa an L. & N. car inspector, while inspect- Pauper Cofliai AND WE ARE PREPARED tion, not over three attending at any 719 jo The disgraceful death of his first born ing a train, fell beneath two moving cars Pauper Medical Practice..... time. This was regarded as a silent pro6j; 10 Poor Houm Hill With all tht: choice thin fabrics to keep you cool. Come and sec our test against female suffrage, and it was and other family bereavements will like- and had both legs cnt off above the an- Election Officers t$ jo ly cause Gov. Brown to drop out of the kles. He is not expected to live. Supt'e Office. beautiful Organdies, Lawns, Dimities, French Ginghams, Sattccns, 75 declared that the union in Georgia would Rent for . 47 J The coronet's jury pronounced the Printing never incorporate that feature in its Senatorial race. "Archie," as he called Jaconet Duchcsse, Japancttes, fancy colored gwisscs, Jaconctte Plis-s. 351 Road Claimt work. Southern women do not desire him, was his favorite child, but he has killing of A. D. Brown aud Mrs. Gordon Mitccllaneout Claims a;e to White Goods in every weave out and a splcndsd collection of Emto usurp the masculine prerogative and brought his gray hairs in sorrow, if not by Fulton Gordon at Louisville, "justi- Paid on order ot Co. Judge 34J $6 broideries and Laces. Those who Thero will bo no Appropriation to Kingtville fiable homicide." are content with their condition, that of to the grave', tho next thing to it. Pleasant Point Turnpike. J.7JO 0 proseution of the murderer by Brown'g presiding over homes and commanding The New York bald heads will contini,4e eo Interest on Hoods and receiving the homage of the lords of ue to enjoy the Hpectacle of pretty wo- friends. to tragedy occurred atThreoSprings, Water Phus A creation. It is only those women who men in tights. The bill to prevent act00 Claimt Warren county. Columbus Phelps, an Jailer's paid Juttlcet are dissatisfied because they wero not resses and others appearing in them Amount i6 09 half brother, heriff for Collecting Co. Levy M3 83 In the next 10 days will reap a rich harvest. Old and young ladies created men, who are trying to do all in failed in the Legislature, though 55 old old man, shot aud killed his $0,910 76 Henry Phelps, as tho latter lay in bed their power to show the Creator that he fogies cast their votes for it. should sec our Perfection Oxfords, and the old and young men can rebecause he wouldn't agrco to swear to a The fallowing were the made a mistake. ceipts fiom allsiurcta: not afford to pass by our Cardovan and Vice Kid Shoes and ours is 2,79 Cj Net Ad Valorem Tax Gov. McCheaky has returned from lie for him. The State board of equalization did its admitted by all who have examined it to be the best fitting, the best John Parke, of Peru, Ind., mistook Net Poll Tax .... . jo Washington, whero he went i.i the inbest to help Gov. Brown out of the hole, 1,700 i quinine for morphine and sought to end Railroad Tax material and the best made Clothing ever offered in this city. Come of bis constituents. He had an 938 50 by increasing the assessment wherever terest his life with it. Instead of it having tho Hank Tax president, who reand sec us. We will buy your Eggs, your Feathers, your Uacon and J4 97 possible. The governor said there was interview with tho benefited a cold ho was Waterworks Tax 40 00 gards him as his representative in the desired effect it Delinquent Lilt your wool and pay the very highest market price, and if you want no necessity of increasing the tax rate, suffering with and now Mr. Parks is tho Turnpike Dividend! 1,135 tt Senatorial race. Ji5i47 5 money for your wool you can have it at as good if not a better price even after Auditor Normau had made happiest man in his town. his estimates to show that there would At Flemingsbivg. Kitty Smith, a NEWSY NOTES. I5.4J9 4 than you can get. Deficit, be a deficit unless the rate was increasdomestic 20 years of age, attempted suiTo meet the above deficit and $8jo on talarietof Georgia has good credit. A special ed. It is just like the auditor said it cide by hanging herself on a grape ar- County Judge and County huperintendent to July expenses catimated at Jjco, would be and to help the governor out issue of her 3 bonds sold at a premium bor. She was cut down and resuscita- lit, 1895, and currentIlondt of the denomination of 10 Lincoln County to a Columbus bank. as much as possible, his henchmen of the ted. She declares that her lover betray $300 were sold April S, 195, for $5,187 15. A sixth negro was lynched in Bur-le- y ed her and life is not worth living any equalization board have increased the J. K LTMMIN county, Ala., Sunday, for the mur- longer. J. IJ. PAXTON, assessment of the entire property of Committee. Price McGuire, the only witness to the State $14,305,175, above the valua- der of young Watts Murphy. forger secured 10,000 from a bank tho lynching of Edward Traughber tt A tion placed upon it by the assessors. In WARD MOORE, many cases, in the case of Lincoln coun at Butte, Mont., a week ago, was caught Adairville, Ky., for which five men now in Chicago. Ho had $4,000 with him. one trial by jury Of Crab Orchard, 11 a candidate for Represent ty for instance, the board seemed to have stand indicted, after the next Legislature, tubject Bardstown people voted almost which failed to agree, died of consump- tive in Democratic Convention to be to theat act ond held transcended its functions which simply ol the in erecting tion Tuesday in the jail at Bowling on Monday, May 13th. provide for the equalization of assess unanimously to spend $7,500 menta and went in solely to increase the an electric plant, which will he built at Green, where he was being held as a once. WANTED ALLTHE WOOL revenue, authority to do which is only Hon. W. N. Sweeney, of Owensboro, witness. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing did more for At- In Lincoln county. Money and tacki readv I'ric U. I. Kimball, who vested in the Legislature. left no will. His fortune of $250,000 it. You will any other citizen, died Sun- no object AIM ask is a chance at me or one of done in first class style. lanta than Should free and unlimited coinage of will be divided among his four children day at his old home in Boston. He built lose money it youontell belore teeing Turnertville; K. O Singleton, myageuti. Call according to law. King & ailyer prevail, there is a big chance for manufactories, John Kiln, Hustonville; hit homo; Piuitt, McKln-neestablished railroads, Wn. Josiah Unhop at In the Tennessee Assembly a resoluthe making of millions. Ten thousand and was alSalem; J. M. I'urham, Middlcburg, or Alt. splendid buildings, tion to permit attorneys to appear in tho erected myself at McKInney Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic ounces of silver can be bought now for p M. WAUK. every public enterprise controversy was adopted ways foreraoBt in 10,700 and it would coin 512,925, leaving a gubernatorial Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. looking to the development of his adopt veager. GEO. II COOPEU. neat profit of $0,225. The speculator and by a vote of CO to 03. ed State, which ho camo to love as dearly James h. A thrifty Washington physician has H. KINLEY. 6XFERIERCED POINTER. the mine owners will have a bonanza his native New England. tanned tho cuticle of a murderer, and as he did under free coinage laws and the desiro Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. pockot-bookholdMATRIMONIAlMATTERS. for profit originated the wild schemp, has had it made into Proprietors of.. ...... which has taken so rapidly with un- ing them at fancy prices. Nino divorces wero granted at ono Tho monthly treasury statement -thinking people. of $.9,109,857 in the Bitting of a court in Louisville this week. shows an increase STANKOKD, KV. James Youn shot his wife to death Italian immigration has fallen off public debt during April, and a decrease because she refused to Having bought of V. W. Green hit Llverv bus10,825 in the last ten months, compared of $7,099,315 in cash balance in the treas- at Brazil, Ind., go homo with iness and added r,ew buggies and horses, we are prepared to furnish with last year. This is good news. Da- ury. The Court of Appeals, in reversing leavo her mother and him. .. . gos, as a general thing, are a very undeFIRST-CLAS- S Iiugh J. Grant, twice mayor of rsew two cases from Taylor county, holds tho TURNOUTS sirable addition to our population, in L. & N. railroad has as much right to York, and Misa Julia M. Murphy, On The travelog public will find short notice. fact but little better than the Heathen operate trains on Sunday as upon any daughter of Senator Murphy, were mar- ut always ready and willing to lurnish DrumIs Receiving His mers' WnKons, cither single or double, or CarriOhinee. ages of ail kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The ried in Washington. other day. find around town will Gov. Brown will open his campaign Mies Kobo Nelson, daughter of Prof. boys in and with. Stop with also when us the peo : : EscnscnOLTziA is the name of the in towuat us pie to deal : for Senator in a speech cu Russellvillo James Poyntz Nelson, was married at couits and entertainments and your horse and vc selected in Califcrnia. It Stato flower Monday. He will make five or hide will be well cared for. next to James YKAGER & COOPKR would smell a great deal sweeter, if call- six other speeches between May 0 and Lexington Tuesday noon, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S7 Mason, of Virginia. Murray June 25. ed by a less unpronounceable name. STANFORD, 6 OB 8 PAGES. EVBBY FRIDAY. to moralize ovor the Louisville tragedy. It is such an nwful exemplification of the way of transgressors that ono is appalled in cotntemplation of it. Pity 'tis that tho whole affair can not be cast into oblivion, but since that is impossible, we commend these fitting words from tho Louisville Times: The hnplees woman in the case already sleeps beneath tho silent sod in Cavo Hill; tomorrow ono of the hapless men will be consigned to the sheltering arms of his mother earth. To the most wretched survivor of this most wretched tragedy in the drama of life in a Common wealth where every prospect pleases and only some men and women are vile, let there be given, without further rack of nerves or torture of an existence infinitely worse than annihilation or oblivion, the boon of a physical liberty not worth tho taking. And iuto the wounds of those to whom the dead wero and ever shall be not lees dear in death than they were in life, let the heart of every Kentuckian at least pour its oil of human sympathy, and every pen and tongue throw over both the dead and the quick tho pall of silent charitv. It is useless Seven postotll 'oi havo so far been named Trilby aud tho rage continues. During tho nino months ending March 31, 140,950 immigrants arrived in tho United States. Tho Utah constitutional convention by n vote of 72 to 10 adopted an amend ment to prevent polygamy. A tornado in Harvey county, Kan., killed six pernons, injured many more and wrecked 20 residences aud a school-house. Alex WinHtou, a farmer living near Mary ville, O , was granted a divorco from hia wlfo becauso she admitted that she loved a pet snake sho owned hotter than The Mors we Sell the Cheaper we e The Cheaper we Sell the More we Sell. And we do Sell More than ever, Because we sell Cheaper than ever. Al-lee- r grand-daught- er Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Furnishings. - I Mens' & Boys' Fine Suits $0, to LOUISVILLE : STORE, Turnpike Contractors. free-coina- STAXTTORD, KIT., 1 son-in-la- oi fflUttl Sammer is Gome c, 1 A-- I,l Examine Our Job Counter -- j HUCHES & TATE. St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD. KENTUCKY, Man-for- MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. More-lan- d, y, Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. s, M. Yeager & Cooper, dS Livery and Peed Stable, H.G.RUPLEY,- cHHi SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 1 ' MinM Srtrcr ' o Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknul A The) $12,600 DOG. Iee-aci- SILVER IN THE WEST. Ahsorhcd by the (jiieatlon That Even Corpaea Tnlk of It. Yon may get 1111 idea of tho thoroughness with which tho minds of tho pcoplo IVoplo Ro Stanford, Ki, - . May 3, 1895 W. P. WALTON. Wass Sir the Hlglict l'rlceil Dog; In the World. Sir IK'tlivcro, whoo death was recently reported, was undoubtedly tho finest specimen of tho rotiKli coated St, Bernard over sent into show riiii;. Ho wns 7 yearn old mid measured !I!J inched at tho shoulder, whllo ho weighed about, t 11 Kviitly NABOTIBC Standard Rulo SIRED DY 1 0. Rooord Will make the season of 195. WAL8INOHAM 2100, sire of Latitude a 19K and 3l(DlB. 2:19. 7 BLXjAssA. J2 eighry-thre- W T $&iaz$mz .&&jr?Ki, y ''ZAY 215 jiounds. In 1801, when 3 years old, ho was sold to li 11. Sears of Melrose, Muss. , for $12,500, which is about tho highest prico ever paid for a dog. Mr. Sears bold him to V. C. Keick of Now York in ou, west aro nbsorbed by tho silver question from a story that Colonel Watterson is telling concerning tho funeral of a distinguished advooato of tho whito metal that camo off recently nt Cripplo Creek. dam Tinsel ly Messenger a dam !! 3 dam JeIeSa)re 4 oam in connection Duroc 106, son of Hambletonlan and sire ol Elaine a: 30 the dam oi Noilame, yearling record a 31. A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, Mister to Jamee Howell, Jr.. by Hambletonlan 10. aire of Dexter a 17K by Harry Clay 45, sire of tho dams cl St. Julian a titf, Bodlne a 19H, Blood bay, 16 hands high and a splendid Individ. and la more that have produced a 30 trotters; also sire of the dam of ual. They will each stand at $7 to Insure. niecuoncer aire 01 130 in trie a 30 list. S. M. OWENS, by Liberty, son o( Lance, by American Bclipse. McKinney, Ky. 9 ) or 8 others in the list. By Brignoli.outol Parley, she by Cale well's Parrot Bilaam is a find mule Jack, 4 years old aod is an excellent breeder. He Is 1; hands, gray ia color and Is strictly a good one. Will also stand I Fort Thomas March for the piano or organ, by F:u:i. A. Fillmore. One of the mod popular marchc ever published On the piano or organ ha n real bras band effect. It shouhl be In every home where there Is an organ or piano. Grade 3. Price 85 cent. SIR HKD1VEI1K. Order jour music of all kind and at all 1801. In 1803, when Mr. Ileick disiofie4l timet of of his keunol, Sir Bedivero was sold to FILUIORU BROS., O. A. Pratt of Littlo Rock, U10 owner of Mi'MC PunusiltM. Ill W. Cth St., Cincinnati, O. tho Artfylo keuuols. Sir lledivero's career on tho bench, with MnUly 0110 or two exemptions, SPRING AND SUMMER. was an ctidleM round of triumphs. Something to Beautify the Ladies. While it has frequently been stated that Sir Iledivcro was never beaten in Dally npenlning, New Halt, flower and lacei tho show rinjc, this is an error, as ou liis We cive the assurance to the trade thai they will find In our establishment the same eicluilvcness very first apjienrunco in tho ring, when In style of ptitcrat, hU tod bonnets and all the ho was cntcrod in tho novico pujipy chuw leallng novelties in Millinery for which ve aie at Warwick, England, Prince Regent, known throughout the country. trimmer for lhcsa-lowho wan afterward imported to this XI httdiKurM Thanking you tor put fa ton, wc respect-fullioliclt your patronage heretofore so tilcrally country and died hero, defeated him. lmd.JNpM I) DUPDERAR- - Manager. Afterward when Mr. Iteick owned him, K.TL DUDDKRAK. his kennel companion, Princess Florence, was placed over him in a special class for tho le.t rough coated dog in tho Homo Sockoro' Excursions show. This decision, however, was not TO POINTS IN MICHIGAN indoied by jootl judges, who considered Sir Hedivoro tho lest dog of his breotl MAY 7TM. 1896, ever shown. flm-clais n, Walsingham ai6, is of of the youngrxt sons of record a Tho wholo town turned out to pay its sited Harry Wilkes sire Nabolh, one 11, Mike Wilkes a 13K,George Wilkes 3 '0,6a othersA, who 1 13H, Guy WIILes a in a Wi.cox a t6, and to tho memory of tho deceased, list; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters. resjuvts Notb. whoso demise was sincerely mourned. blood ot Naboth is a bay borse, id hands high, foaled June a8, 18S8. His pedigree contains the llambletonian, George Wilkta, Mambrino Chief, Pilot. Jr , and Harry Clay. The good preacher felt it devolved on Will make the prosent season at the iarm of T. A. Coulter, known as the Squire Murphy place, 3 him tomako n long nnd imprcssivo serv$15 miles fiom Stanford on the Hustonville pike, ice. Ho talked for an even hour and n My fine Saddle Stallion, half before tho final ameiu At $7 to Insuro a Living Colt. Just ns this word left his mouth tho Henry Watterson is a blood bay, i$A hands corpo rose out of tho coflln, pulled high, foaled May ao, 1891. at his hair nnd said, "All that Will also make the preient scaton of 1895 at tho low price of EIGHT DOLLAUS to insure a living tired by Lebanon joa, he by Red Wilkes 1749, e one ot the greatest llv,ng sires; has colt. He Is elegantly bred and a sure loal getter. I will also stand talk and not one word about silver. " 330 performers to his credit, aS in 1891, such.as Boston Herald rrince wuicena n;, rcc. by Bunco No. 17867. Wattersou's Henry Watterson At to Insure a Living Colt. sav-ngol- y TRILBY ON THE STAGE. Whist the Dramatized Version of tho mous Novel Will Ho Worth. Fa- Tho financial aspect of tho Trilby drumntizatiou is 0110 thnt will interest a great many iKXjplo. It is understood thnt tho manager of tho play pays 10 iwr cent of tho gross receipts in royal-tic0 It should play to moro than a week for many weeks to come, which would mean $800 n week in royalties. Of this it is said that 30 per cent, or 8 per cent of tho gross receipts, goes to Mr. Potter, 20 icr cent to Harper & Bros, and 60 per rent to Mr. Dn Manner, tho author of tho book. Thoro will soon bo four companies on tho road, each ono paying similar royalties, aud a conservative cstimato of Mr. Potter's earnings from this play ulono will tw between $1 ,100 and $1,200 a week. Now York Sun. s. $8,-00- On the following terms: I am to have the refusal ef the colt at your price on September 1, 1896 de- 2 it. Henrv Watterson Is nerfectlr sound and has a ducting one fitth of the amount for seaton money, but li the price la not satisfactory to me, I will a smooth, frictionlers trottiog gait, which carries of the amount atked for the colt to pay for toe season. take htm over the ground rapidly, lie is a grand Indi Notk Owing to the hard times and tbe low price of horse stock, 1 have greatly reduced season fee of my horses and Jacks, and considering their Individuality and breeding, they stand lower than any vidual. 1 win also stand my nno discs: jacic, in tho State. Stable two miles South of Huitonville, on Mortland & Carpenter's Station pike one-fift- h SIS! OB 7 QOOID JACKS, Henrv 1st dam record a ay; sired Ilunco, Jr., pacer, public record J. K. BATJGHMAN, Huatonvillo, Ky. Logan, iTUIMIBQ. This fine young jack will make the present season at theold Levi Hubble farm, a place noted for years aa the home ol fiue jacka. He ia 4 years old well built and fine bone. I will stand him at tha low price of LOGIC 917. N. S. H. R. Full 15 hands high, 4 years old and has proved a sure foal getter, lie was aired by W. L. Caldwell's Giant, out of a good dam. He will also stand Two Headed Calf. Colonol Nat Smith of Portsmouth, O., recently had 0110 of tho most marvelous animal freaks this country has ever produced It is a two headed calf, iwrfectly formed. Asido from tho txculiarity of a donblo heud, thu singular feature is that FAMOUS DERELICT. while ono of the bends is tho regulation l calf head tho other one bears a most On TueiiWy, May yth, the Itlg Four Koute ell Excursion Tukels to points In Michigan, at Tim Luiulirr loiilnii WooUton at Lisat Given striking resemblance to the human face very low raltof For lsnt. thi l'l and head, it being entirely devoid of The hydrographio ofllco has One Fare For Tho Round Trip given up tho Wcolston for lost. Onat last hair and having all tho features of an Sept. Tho freak was lorn dead, and Tickets rood returning so dayi from date of ile 25, 1S01. sho sailetl from tho Satilla infant The Hit Four Itoute have unexcelled lacllllle river, Georgia, lumber laden, for llatlu Mr. Smith took it to T. B. Bioko, tho for reaching polntt In Michigan, taxidermist, in order to havo it preserved Sho lHcamo waterloggisl and was abanTor lull particulars addrent any agent. if possible Cincinnati Enquirer. off tho Virginia coast Tlien sho doned I) II. MARTIN, E. O McCORMIcTi Pass. Traffic Manager. CeVI I'm ft Ticket Agt l)egan to drift on tho high sens a fonr-fSome New 1'oems. Sho went to to navigation. inr.ua Kichnrd Watsou Gilder's now volumo tho center of tho Atlantic and back, was of poems, "I'ivo Books of Song," has seen 4(1 time by parsing vessels, wan been highly praised in England. Tho boarded threo timos, set on flro witli tar London News says, "It is a scholarly nnd iuiitllno in vnin, nutl after coverOaly Dnect Lit e Between muse, yet withal a muse of firo and ening S.055 miles, counting by straight ergy and passion." lines, was twit last in October six montlis ago almost to a day. Sho was All Agreed. Shorten and quUVrit between then scooting oft toward Nova Scotia. Thero may bo much jingo talk by Frankfort, Goorffotown and Paris, No derelict over drifted so long before. Americans, but the manufacture of first Oarliulo, Muyavlllo, Oyntblana, Three montlis is thoir averago life, Tho rate fighting bhips will go steadily on. Falmouth and Covington. 'Jlevoluud Plain Dealer. Atk lor tlckeu via Kentucky Midland. Tralna Woobttou is known to havo fought tho run by Central Standard Time. alone for tliroo years. boas Time Table Dec. 30, il;i. True Sympathy. Sho wiw fiuuoufl wherever ships go, and No. i No j No. s Ni. y. now that tho sea in rid of her sailors "Poor LI Husk Changl" she gently sighed. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p, m. a. m. p. in "Ills lot wa hard, they nay. sleep better than thoy did before. A y oo Lvs Kranklort A Do had to purchase puaoe and could " Rlkborn ........ 711 SjJ V 40 book is to bo written on her "lonely Not wait for bargain day." " Stamping Uround y jI JOO Washington Star. ' Georgetown I) y 4; 10 ai It) IO05 5 41 Journeys up and down tho seas. " ChiArr. U. a. Depot. ..... ; 5s i jo cago Hi BIG TOUR B.OUTX, $5 for Mares and $10 for Jennets Post-Offi- Sired br Stonewall Jackson, Jr., Harris', by Stonewall Jackson 73, by Washington Denmark t Logic's istdaui by King William 67 -- Blind fttl. ly, by Washington Denmark by Dlack Denmark. Second dam by Miller's Dcnmsik, by Denmark, Colt 4 Months Old by Imp. Hedgeford. $5 to Tblrd dam by Onstrt's Telegraph, by Telegraph, Mares kept at reasonaule rates. by Hill's Black Hawk, by Slierinao. Fourth dam by Teller'a Drennon, by Drinker's 10 JOSIAH BIS HOP, Drennon, by Davy Crockett. Shelby City, Ky. Fifth dam by Oliver, thormighbrod. Logic Is a very substantial horse, beautiful red sorrel with fine mane and tall, which he carries as near to perfection as a horse can. Has a fine disposition; drives nicely and for hii handling he is a tine actor. Rack, Trot, Walk, Canter and Slow Pace A few of his colts have come this Spring and all have been found going the gaits with high Standard and Registered: lO t hands high; six head and tail and of extra fine sire. You can see from his pedigree that he is a very yesrs old and weighs t, i$o pounds. one that will horse, Emperor 17 will make the present sesaon of iSj at highlbrcd d saddle saddlers.andLceic will make sire fancy, the my larm near Shelby City at season at my farm, 4 miles Irom Danville, on the Danville and Stanford turnpike, At $7 for Mares and $10 for Jen nets to Insure a Live Colt. T. A. COULTER. Insure a English :- -: Hunter. Emperor 27. I. S. TEVIS. Shelby City, Ky 1 Will make East ol tre season at my place, Stanford, at 1 miles Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; both hind ankles wlfite. BY ABDALLAH MESSENGER i dtm the William Lusk saddle mare, by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drennon ad dam by Highlander. Abdallah Messenger, s.re of English Hunter, is by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger 3 i6l, Jake a 33 and 7 others better than a 30. 1st dam ausic by Sentinel a 39K in 187J, aire of Von Aram a island 7 otners belter than a 30, and full brother to Volunteer, a dam Kitty Rivers, g. d. ot Maud Messenger a i6i; by Alexander's Abdallah, sire ol Goldsmith Maid a 14, and the mes AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. prepotent son of Rysdyk's Hambletonlan, 3 dam by Red Jacket, sire of tne dam of KenA lien retained en colts until payment of ser- tucky Wilkes a ai, and ot the g d. ol Red Wilkes. By 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 roadstets in the him before you bleed Pasture at a per month. Grain led at reasonable rates, which must be paid world. I will stand English Hunter the season of itaj betoie mares are taken away. at my stable 3 mi'es from Shelby City, on the HUNDLEY, A. E. Knob Lick and Turnersville p. We at $6 to Insure DanUlle, Ky. a living colt. Money due when colt u foalei or mare parted wth. I will also stand the excellent young jack, high-taile- nl $15 To Insuro A Living Colt. GILT EDGE 261. REGISTERED. GOVERNOR ST. JOHN, Five years old, 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bone, good style and extra length. Sired by the champion lack, Tom Kcene, by Rube he by Clark'a Mammoth, he by Wight's Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth Tom Keene's dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Mont gomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black Sampson. Tom Keene's ad dam by Mogul, by tJompromise, oy nppecanoc, Dy uiacic mswk, oy Imp. Warrior. Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, by Tully's Warrior, herdsman imported jennet. The above finely bred young jack, whose b!o:d lines trace twice to the great M amor family and to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the Warrior family, with an infusion ol fresh imported blood close up, has proved a great breedir. Will stand at JO to insure a living colt to approved msresand JIO for jennets, without distinction as to sex ol progeny. I will also stand Ky. Midland R'y, Clncluuatl and Frankfort Pence has proved himself to be a breeder of BY SECOND JEWEL 48. both style and sped, Ills colts have sold from the pasture, without any training bills, at 15,0 to Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. 1 his fancy saddle stallion will irake the season 130 these hard times. from Milledgevitle, Mares taken care ol at $J per mouth, but not cf 1895 at our stable on mile Stanford A Mllledge-wll- e the Lincoln county, Ky., responsible for accidents. pike. Owing to the scarcity of money we will stand him A. M. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. 13 ' ii At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. succeh-sfnil- Pain.. I 30 r TimoH-noraJ- TRAINS WEST. No. t. a. m. Lve Parla ....C........ 0 45 No.. 3JO 4 p tu. 6 4S J 01 No. 9 No. 8 a. m p m. J FROM SALOON TO SALON. A Uuffalo Liquor House t Joint Stock Teuiperavnre AAslr. Tlio Gold Dollar saloon, U10 finest in 6 4$ " 7 40 BuiTnlo and one of tho handsomest in 7 ij ICO Arr 7 IS tho Unitcl Statw, will bo converted into n temperauco salon and owned by a Leave Frankfort 8.30 a.m. ; arrive at Lenogton joint Btock company composed of clergya m. Leave Frinklort 7 a. m.; arrive Cincinnati at men, and prominent businosn men of o : ro a m. Leave Frankfort iljop m.; arrive Cincinnati Buffalo. Tho proprietor cf tho Gold Dollar sa8 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. loon will bo secured to tako charge of Wist Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrive tho temperauco salon. Ho is tirod of at Frankfort 11:30 A. St. P. M.; arrive at soiling liquor, has had a genuino chimgo Exit Leave Franklort P. M. Georgetown of heart and sees in this a good opportua 30 p a ; arrive Cincinnati Leave Frankfort nity for getting away from present asso6 15 p. m. Leave Cincinnati 7 30 a. in.; arrive Frankfort ciations. Tho salon floor is laid with $20 ro. it mo aKentucky goldpieco. tho bar is studded with $50 Midland Railway and connecThe tion! form the shortest and cheapest rout to all goldpieces, tho walls ore hung with flno points South, Uait, North and West. pictures, and 1,200 incandescent lights For further information apply to their agents, C. I). HEHCAW, Gen. Pats. Agent. furnish many lonntifnl kaleidoscopic GEO. II. HARPER, Hec'r& Gen.Supt effect. Philadolpliia Iress. Frankfort, Ky. " " " Stamp'g Uround C. S. Depot. Georgetown -- 10 37 II 10 40 10 30 Elkhorn ...... ....-- ! 1 16 Frankft.rt...A......ii 33 67 J4i3 5 it 30 to Be Tnnied Into ..$ Money due when tbe colt comes or the mare is parted with Mares grated or fed at reasonable pries. Not responsible lor accidents, should any occur. flaxy red Gilt Edge Is a This splendid combined stallion will make the and tail, 15 hands beautiful high;sorrel, fooled mane was Sept. 3 inches r resent season of if 93 at the farm of the late L. D. 6, i8S6, and is a perlect saddle horse. Garner, 3 miles from Crab Orchard, at and took was showed as a 3 year-ol- d Gilt Edge Kirksvllle add Danpremium Sam Is living Colt 4 months old the sweepstake own ring at Harndsburg Those At $4 to insure a jack incolt country. said to be the at ville and la his the best cotton mule a good saddle stallion are who want to breed to B. P. POWELsIj. Brignolla is a red bay stallion, saddle and harness cordially Invited to look at our hone and aee him combined; 16 bands high: fine style and actian move. AbHe was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning and has fine nane and tail He was sired by ham'a lewel, he by eld Washington Denmark THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, dallah Messenger, he by Messenger Chiel. Brlgnoha's first dam by old Lexington, the fine His first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. Second dam by Wells' Grander, his first dam by saddle horse. Stonewall Jackaon, he by Washington Denmark, he by Black Denmark, his first data by Crusader, he by Old Whip, second dam a Rocky Mountain Race Record 3:19. Sire of Gilbert a a8j. mare. hsnds This fine young Jack will serve a limited numMorgan Denmark li a bay stalllcn. is sweepstake MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Winner of the standard-bre- d andtrottera at the premhigh. He Is spleadldly bred as a glance at his ber of mares at Six Dollars. iums for Season money due if mare is traded or parted pedigree will show. He will msec the season oi Milledgeville, Ky. World's Fair, 1S03. W. S. GAIINER, 1S45 at my stable on Danville & Lancasttr pike iS with. Crab Orchard, Ky. miles north ot Hubble, at i) BRIGNOLIA. SAM SMALL, $5 to Insure a Morgan Denmark. $7 to CLINTON. JR. Gambonito 8419. 10-4- J Insure a Living Colt Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19. 1 j$ Hlffnatllns; sit Sraw .IK VOU ARE GOING., XTORTH ...h.TIIBm.... west, LOUISVIllC 4 NASHVIUC R. It. It the line for yon, ai Ita Tho rejwrted invention of on olectrical device whereby tho opproach of vossoLs at sea will bo signaled to them when thoy aro as much as six miles apart is important if true, and tliero is 110 reason to tloubt that such an invention may havo been miulo, us inductivo effects tako placo over very long distances. Such a device, if sncccs&ful, would not only prevent collisions at soa, but would protect war vessels from snrpriso and givo notice of tho opproach of submerged torpedoes. Philadelphia Ledger. For IlerUn'a Exposition. For tho Berlin exposition in 1800 a monster tolehcopo is now being wrought Tho four lenses mcasuro each 110 centimeters (ulxmt 45 inches) in diameter, but tho length of tho instrument will bo but C meters. Tho lenses, therefore, will bo larger, but tho toloscopo shorter, than tho Yerkos telescope. lirltaln'a Chanee. Nicaragua suggests arbitration with all tho facile promptness of on old hand at diplomacy. It should not bo forgotten, howover, that it is in arbitration that England gets in its finest work. Washington Star. Their Firat SklnuUh. patiently waiting for tho new woman to taeklo tho old servant girl question. Washington Pont Wo aro Tho Swrettnt Thought of All. 'Twna sweet to s u her utmulliitf thero Hoforo that iiiuilly clain'rous throng Ami know tbu diirllni; of my heart Wna crowmil tho queen of Bong. 'Twm mvrct to lii'iir tho wild applaavi Ami M'o the llowvn nround her fall, And uneu nguln, with modest urncti Sho bowttl to 0110 und nil. , Jut sweuti r far than nil tho There riiiuo to 1110 tho thought divine rii.it, thouuh tho world hor pathway strewed. Tho flowers that ahu hi Id woru inlnol Wnllaco Dunbar Vincent in Truth. Care taken to prevent accidents but responsible THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, 'should any occur Lien retained on colts f 01 sea son money. Mares traded before fact is ascertained Winner of S300 stsLe at Lexington, won second Bay stallion. 16 hands hieh: foaled in 1800 I eoes makes sason money due. monev in Jsoo stake at Versailles, winner ol ace4 full brother to Silver Morjran Denmark was foaled In 1SS9. He is by all the gaits perfectly, premium and sweepstake at Pans, also winner of dam Lady Kin? and the irrcat show mare. Allie G On Time. son ol Monewall Jackson, ut oilier premiums in IS93 since wnicn time ne nas Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson, and dsm by by Ou. Time. 'First dam Mollis Mcuntz Heli ocen in mc siuu, by Cabbera Lexington. jrJdimby Matchless, 4th by Tranaby. EAGIE HIRDisa beautiful brown, with small Morgan Denmark la oncol the best bred saddle star, stands over 16 hands, has a flowing mane stallion in Kentucky. Has good mane and tall and a heavy tail. and Kod, long, rangy neck. Don't fall to see him. Eag e Bird was sired hy King Eagle, wiener of more than 40 blue tics S. DUNBAn, Hubble, Ky iy dam by Star Eagle, cest son ol Cabbell's LexBrown stallion, 13)4 bands high; fosled In iSjj. Sired by Woods' Kagle Bird. First dam Mollie ington. Mountz.aa above. This is as fine a horae as you ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, son cf Washington Denmark. will find in Kentucky and goes all saddle gaits good. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son oi Miller's Den mark. 3718. Eagle Bird will make the season ot 1893 at his stable two miles west ot Stanford, the Shelby and grandilre of 17 in the list Geneva S. Sire City pike, at the extremely low price of a lteitie Jones 3 19H. Mattle li. a siiT, Soto Dark brown stallion, 15?! hands high, sired by t necicr DenLiving Colt. $15 to F. 1 18, J y. o.: Telephone a 15, Reward J a lotf , Chester Dare. First dam Daisy, by Wallace mark, and dam by Dick Elmore. Daisy hss been Sigma Nu s 17)4, Klklna a blue tie winner In many rings in her 3 and 4 year Money or cash ncte will be required when a old form. Is BYALMONT33. of 1895 living colt obtained. tbe greatest show horses in The above atallions will make tbe seasonHuston-vlllepiEagle Bird is one of t dam Lyd, dam of Lady Majolica a at. at my atable 1 mile from Stanford on the Kentucky, as his record in 1S13 will attest. Asa a dam Finny, dam of Dolly, dam of Cianna at breeder ul fine, good colored, high styled celts ne a ai, Director 1 ty, sire ot 13 in a 30, Onward a j is not surpassed. sire of 4; 10 s 30, Thorndale a aii,lre ol y In a 30, Marea Irom a distance will be lurnlshed grata John F Payne, sire of 3 in a 30 after May 1st at Si. 50 per month and must be paid His colts are one, large and stylish. Their way at the removal of the mares, of KOing never fails to win admiration and their Colu stand good for season money. Care will be takeu to present accidents and es Mares from a distance kept at $1 per monthi cspes, but will not be responsible shouhl any ocgameneia is remarkable, with wonderful natural but not responsible for accidents. speed and they improve ery rapidly. Stallioasin charge of Hoy S. Heailoy. Am pre- cur. Parting with or removal of mares forfeits the insurancr. pared to handle horaes at reasonable prices. ROYAL KING. EAGLE BIRD! will make the season of 1893 at uambonlto Central Pare, at tbe low price of 34-- 9 oughbred. Sire of 43 in a 30 list. tat dam Maud, by Garrard Chief, alreof Basil Duke a aS and Lady Vciscr, dam of five in a 30 list, ad dam Nellie, by son of Billy Boyce a 14, by Corbeau. 3d dam by Helm's Yorkshire, thor- T.M Ml i m $25 to Insure a Living Colt going through the most trying tests, the fineit and most perfect specimen ot standard bred trotting stallion that lives. Gambonito wears tbeorjl-cta- l seal aa being the handsomest trotting stallion In the world, and all who have seen the kingly ft.rm and lordly bearing of this proud monarch of thoequlnu world know how justly the mantle so long and so worthily worn by Mambrlno King belongs to this grand production of Kentucky Gambonito Is ajet black stallion, just 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, and as an individual worthily wears the title, "tbe finest bred trotting stallion In the world," as awarded him by the World's Fair committee. He was awarded the grand piize offered tor standard bred stallions five years old and over and also first prize for trotting stallions of any age tu harness. Thus he was winner of the two most important prizes offered at the World's Columbian Exposition. His first colt, Gilbert a aS$ at 3 years old, won four out of five races in 1893 as He breeds speed and Individuality. If you want to raise the kind to sell, Gambonito Is the one to breed to. Call acd see his colts; they will speak for themselves. borse-inauthi- p. Eaglet. it io, that great young sire, Gambetta Wilkes a 19&, has been declared by the highest authority, and after Garnbonita a the handsome black son ot ABDALLAH MAMBRIN0, io, Chester Denmark. si', Insurea $10 to Insure a Live Colt m WASHINGTON 54. foal. JOEE.FARRIS. B. P. WOODS. THORNTON STAR. 1024 Saddle Horse Register. Mabogony bay, 15 hands, sound in every par ticblar. Foaled May, 1891. Sired by RED PRINCE 34, by Second Jewel 48, by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64, Ly Gaines' Denmark 61, by Denmark F. S., by Imported Iledgeiord, 1st dam Diamond 514. a brown mare, 16 hands, by Nobby 36, sire of Nobby, Jr., 31, by Garrard Chief, sire of Basil Duke 3 8J4, by Mambrlno Chief, and the dams of Gambonito a 19 world champion, and Lady Yeiser, dam of 5 in a to or better, ad dam Old Diamond 13, by Lcn Rogers. 3d dam by Gaston's Lafayette. Thornton Star is the kind to breed to. You find on his sire's side he runs back to Imp. Hedgeford. On I is dam's side ho has tho trotting cross of Nobby, by Mambrino Chief 11, and is the sire of two 1:30 irotters ; besides Nobby Is sire of a great many of our best saddle horses, and is a registered saddle stallion and also trotting stud. Dumond, the dam ol Thornton Star, ia 16 hands aud is one ot the finest marea in Kentucky She is a noted show mare with great style and action. His and dam was 16 hands and as fine as anybody's. Thornton Star was exhibited last ytar aa a old at quite a number of Kentucky faira and only met defeat once or twice, always being a contending horse In tbe saddle stakes. He will, I think, tnlscomlng season be tne boss among saddle stallions, and the horse that beata him will make bis owner proud of the job. He is fine ia every particular, goes all the gaits and can do every thing right to a letter, as It should be. Will serve a limited number of mares At $15 To Insure, or $10 cash time of service. Note It marcs breu ana in iosi snouia cnange hands, money due at that time. Mates kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents 9 should any occur to-d- Double Dally Trains connections at Mk clou LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKKD THROUOH For any information enquire of JOES. RICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L I a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. It contains ho lot of everything going. HENRY WATTERSON li the edttor. 1 PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAmakes very liberal terms to agont., and gives free premiums for clubs. Sample copies ofthe paper aud four page Premium Supplement sent free to any Writs to COUrtlEK-JOURNA- L Will serve mares at $15 to Insure a mare with Washington is black, l$?J hands finely formed, has a fine mane and tail, and is a perfect as well at a natural saddle borse. Sired by Cromwell by Washington Denmark. Cromwell a dam by Old John Diltard. WashingThis fine imported Hackney stallion will make ton's dayn by Halcom, sd dam by Cruiader, 3d the season of i8o at mv farm on the Crab Orchard dam byCockipur. 1 consider thisoneof the finhis family on, both like three miles Irom Stanford known as the est horses In Kentucky and sides has produced the best aaddle horses in the J ohn M. Hail farm, and will sere mares Slate. He has proven himself as good a producer at any of his family. He and his colls, a Living Colt. $10 to age, have taken more premiums than any horse in the State. It is not at all improbable, Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare if not alreadv true, that in a few more yeara the parted with. monetary value ot bis colta will be greater than Connaught ad 351a is a fine individual and pos that of any other stallion. sesses the finest action ol any horse in the country. The Hackney la noted the country over far style, action and endurance. They have been bred for these qualities for over too yeara. Connaught ad waa bred by James Coker of Son of Clay 4779, son ol Electioneer, sire of 149 Beeiley Hall. East Dereham, Norfolk. Wassuid in the a 30 list. by Victor of lleetley 1857. Dam Bonnie 1913, by Dam KtOe, by Abdallah Mambrlno, sire of Lark Highflyer 1006. He was imported by A.H.I homp mmt .,( nnl mar., fhll hit SvA f Amll Itl thfl k Indiana, Tele, son. of Crawfordsville,think the June 3, 1893. a jo list, laik produced Reward J. 1 Hackney crossed Teatimonialf We a 15, Sigma Nu a 17K, Mita Rachel phone with Kentucky maras will make good sellers and Wawona 1 19V,, winciemoni a ta, Annie i.arey good horses for the Eastern market. a 36. Average of flvo a Krii. Iik Thomas, Lexington; K. D- - Pnoltom. Norfolk, Va. Call and aee this excellent stallion , LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE CO . By A. F. Moiikklv, Stanford, Ky. inches high. Shetland Pony, forty-on- e Denmark, Connaught 2d 3512 Wallace 55. training trots under hands high. Goes all the gaits to perfection and without any a 40. Fifteen and three-quarte- rs By Sumpler Dunmark, Jr., he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines A Cromwell s Denmark, horse Denmark, be by Imp. Hedge-forhe by the xt i dan- - d. At Insure s dam ...by 3 bert, thoroughbred, vlrglnius, dam of Virainlus by thoroughbred; he by Mason's annle Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, he oy Todhunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir AlTran-by, IQUIQUE 19002. dam ..a Whip mare, $10 the Insurance. 1LEXIK1L $M2 io, no, TURNER. address. Maple Park Kindergarten. mile covered track. Seventy-fiv- e large box stalls. Three Annual Combination Sales. Five minutes walk from the depot. Horses handled fo. speed, broken to saddle and harness, prepared for sale and sold on com mis. n. Jersey Cattle, Shettand Ponies. Imp. registered Berkshire Hogs, Shropshire Sheep. Correspondence solicited. K. P. FAULCONER, Danville," Hoy le County, Ky. One-eigh- th w. D. JONXS. J. T J NKS, MGR. Tho Semi CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Weekly Interior Journal, And The rtt JOOTCS BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. 67-1- Sixteen hands high. By Wallace Denmark 33, See pedigree ol Wallace Denmark 33, by Vindex, by Blood a 1 dam Mag 37, by Vidette, Blaekr Hawk, he by Old Black Hawk. Videtie's firtt dam bv Whin, id dam Gallatin, id dam Old Tiger. Vindex's 1st dam by Msmbrlno Chief 11, ad dam bv Old Bay Messenger, 3d dam by Cannon's wnip. a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod hunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. 3 dam by Virglnlus, he by Mason's Whip, thoroughbred. 4 dam a Whip mar). $10 the Insurance. WM. M. RUE. Danville. Weekly Courier-Journ- al Will be tent one year to any address for 332 7B. W. P. WALTON, ddress Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be p;ld before removal of Sole proprietors Dean's Blsck Diamond Roo stock. No responsibility for accidents or escjpes Paint. 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Every number contains beautiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new bouses, wltb plans, enabling builders to show the Address latest designs and secure contracts. ttUUADWAT. MUNN A CO New Yohk, 301 COPYRIGHTS. FI OnTAIN PATENT? Tho world protty woll knows that n singlo fcntnro found amid surroundings of wenlth nnd trtsto will ro fnrthor to ward proclaiming a woman a boauty than would a dozen traits of lovolinos in a modest environment. To bo born with tho silver spoon in ono's mouth goos a long way toward idealizing tho most mediooro physical qualities nnd tho possession of n fow pnssablo attractions tricked out in finery and Hanked by tho luxuries of woalth will constantly convert an ordinarily uico looking woman into "n boauty." Still in tho upper circlos of New York society thoro nro certainly somo women who, oven if shorn of all their lllusivo trappings, would yet romain distinctly hnndsomo women. Not only aro thoso womon endowed with nativo boauty and grace, but a good many of thorn havo n stock of brains or good hoartedness as well. Tho handsomest woman in Now York today, distinction of boariug, superior iiitolligonco and boauty of foaturo and coloring all considered, is Mrs. Burko Rocho. Sho is a tall, slight, still young woman and carries hersolf like a duchess to tho mauuor born. Her features nro purely regular, short noso, straight and fmo, largo bluo eyes, a mouth with a proud, dolicato arch, a low, straight brow and abundant brown hair, with n touch of red in it, drawn softly awny. Tho complexion is dolicatoly clear and fair, but has tho tiiigo of health as much ns hor movements havo tho elasticity and vitality of n woman in normal condition. Ilor Hfo tends to this. Sho livos a groat doal in tho open nir, most of her timo oither driving her pair of browns uudor hor phaoton or in thosaddlo taking a canter in tho park. Sho is a capital whip, and whon out of doors it is usually safo to calculate thnt her oxorciso will havo onq thing ornuother to do with a horso. Ilor high brod air, though it might, to tho common observor, convoy a impression, is a distinct cbarm.becauso with hor it is nativo. Hor features aro cast in aristocratic mold, so is her tall, slight figuro, nnd tho poiso of hor head has a thoroughbred distinction. Ilor mnnnor at first corresponds to her bearing, but sho can un bond nnd boconio gonial and kindly if there bo any reason for so doing. Sho is a woman of good litorary tastes and well road, is uovor soon in ballrooms, though sho will not miss tho theator or opera, and sho plans to retiro overy night boforo midnight. Sho is certainly of a delicato, quoonly typo, and this forsaking of ballrooms, whoro sho could easily tako early precedence, is a trifle remarkable To two haudsomo littlo sons and a Gmall daughter she is seriously dovotod. It will bo remomborod that Mrs. Rocho is tho daughter of tho millionaire, Mr. Frank Work, and croated a sensation in London by hor boauty during her rosidenco thpro with hor haudsomo husband. It is woll known that Mrs. Rocho was very much in lovo with hor husband, who, liko many another improvident individual, had abundant fascination. This may oxplaiu hor rotiromont from society oxcopt in as far ns effects hor health nnd oulightcnmont, Sho is the sort of woman tho why nnd wheroforc of whoso notions will not roadily bo communicated to tho public. Apropos of tho "nativo" high bred air, it has boon specified in distinction to tho cultivated "air" which is tho common acquisition of Now York women who boliovo that to impress tho world with thoir distinction thoy must not condescend to look it in tho faco. To look it in tho faco is vulgar. Thoy must look over its head. Whatover about recognizing promptly tho millionairesses who givo tho best balls and dinners, tho duly cultivated "air" forbids ono noticing tho approach of average peoplo unless buttonholed to do so. Tho society woman who can't escape tho stigma of parvenu dovolops this "air" rapidly, moaning that it shall simulato tho lofty yet simple dignity of high race. Her nostril finds pooplo of ordinary stat- - nnd shouldors, n small, piquant bond nnd dolicatoly tinted faco, which, is nothing wonderful in tho matter of features. Sho jnight bo r by hor typo, difforiug from Mrs. Burko Koclio, who looks from head to too n high brod English woman. A groat boauty with Mrs. Astor, aftor hor figure, is her hair, which is a dusky, crinkly black, raro in tho absenco of gloss nnd always drawn straight back from her forehead in a way which n loss youthful fairly tinted faco could not staud. Mrs. Astor not only looks, sho is woll brod. Sho is nlwnys courto-on- s nnd considcrnto oven to strangers who havo no claim upon her, and sho is Tho ontiroly freo from ntfoctntion. world has had plenty of timo to spoil hor, but her innato good tasto is hor safeguard, aud her simplo manners aro likely to romain unchangod. Sho is not a brilliant "'omau, but sho is credited with excellent social tact. Sho is n charming spocimou of homegrown boauty nud grnco. Tliou the-- o is Mrs. Reginald do Koven, n brunetto of positivo typo, sooinl-lclover, musical, litorary nud with a how-ovo- r, y yoiith, with hor sweet, well bred manners, sho is oxtreniely charming nnd rank among tho beauties ns given her. Her sister, Mrs. Richard Hunt, Jr., who lives nt Tuxedo, is prettier than Mrs. Harriman as it fact, for sho has a softer and more Insting contour, but shu is not so constantly soon in Now York circles, so is less talked nbouL Mrs. Cooper Howitt, tho sister of Mrs. Burko Roche, is of tho beauty order which tho French call "joumaliero." Ono day sho looks pretty, another almost plain, but sho is always chio, drees well and hnsn untively "smart" air indeed, as far ns this smart look Is coucorned, sho goes beyond Mrs. Roche. Mrs. Howitt has a delightful intelli-gencand tho unaffected dignity of the best breeding. Hers, too, is n sinilo to win. Apropos of smiles tho fascinating smilo of Mrs. Henry Clows has helped her to recognition among tho beauties of Now York. Sho is an exceptionally tall woman nnd slender, has pretty chestnut brown hair, hazol eyes, a very fair skin, with plenty of fresh color, aud ordinarily a rathor repellent expression, but when sho smiles tho effect by contrast is magnotio, and her evory foaturo lights up into boauty. Thon Mrs. Clews is n clovor woman, aud in animated conversation looks and o n v L (J YORY Cpt U' Poll OOAPi u U It IMC PROCTtn It QAM0LC CO, ClfTTI. FLOATS FORTY niLLION CAKES YEARLY. THE Queen &Crescent of superbly nppointcd reaches the principnl cities of the South with a sen-icnnd Sleeping Cars through to Hnrritnnn, Chatta-nothrough trains. Day Conches Attnlln. Hiniiinuliaiii. Tuscaloosa. Meridian, New Orlenns, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, not springs nnd Ashevillc; nnd from Chattnnoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe w Through Tourist biccpers to Los Atigcics ntm nnd Shreveport. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico nnd California, Jjffim, San Francisco. e lisi -- ROUTE o. i NORFOLK AND frv 5 ' WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO JS TICKETS ALL POINTS: ' I; OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, IBP Utf mm nllHIH-IM- I MMJLWMT S0TITB-WES1 II Mia. IlUItKE ROCHE. bo-yo- kj. i is. i tire malodorous and tilts an inch them, whilo hor vision is gluod to tho antipodes of tho soil which sho now BEST ROUTE TO THE THE feols too muddy nnd disagrooablo for her chastoly aristocratic foot, A groat many so called "beauties" havo this VE3TIBULE0 COACHES, UlttMAH ' "air" to perfection. Thoy havo novor SLEEPING AND DIKING CARS tsoen thoroughbred ladios to nssociato SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE with thorn. But thoy havo road about RAILROAl "bearing" and "hautour" a groat doal. WRFOLKWESTERN Mrs. John Jacob Astor is ono of tho CHCAPCST, BEST and QUICKEST LINE. truly boautiful women, with a siinplo, Descrlpth shunning air and natural dignity. Sho Write for Rntes, Mat, Huntiulets, to nny Statlou Agent, or to Is tall, slight, with a charming, litho M.f. AOO, AlttNMOLl. W. . BtVILI, . iguro, surmounted by a boautiful neck Pit. l'M.fr A,U Trmt.Hai . FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. NORTH AND EAST. Tirnc-Table- s, fea'lr-a(.rif- l. 1 A ins. keoixald pk koven. host of intellectual advantages boyond tho ordinary boauty. Sho is of medium hoight, Blonder, prettily rounded figuro, has palo brunetto coloring, black brown pyes that burn nnd flash nud might naturally boloug to Spain, tin oval face, darkost brown hair nnd a firm mouth, apt to look sovoro at times, yot certainly haudsomo. Liko all very pronounced types, Mrs. do Koven has plenty of nnd plenty who find nothing to ndmiro nbout her whntovcr. Sho ha9 no uegntivo qualities of cither brains or porsonnol, and whatover may bo said for or against hor beauty, thoro is no getting nwny from tho fact that beforo her you aro in tho presence of n strong individuality. Sho has n beautiful hand, not too small, but finely nnd firmly taporod. Her lines havo usually been cast in prominent places. Sho is tho daughter of Senator Farwoll of Chicago, tho sister of lovely Mrs. Hobart Chatfiold-Taylo- r and tho wifo of tho enormously popular composer of 'Robin Hood" and "Rob Roy." Sho dooa a good many accomplished things woll and is prono to bring to n satisfactory issuo anything sho sots out to da During tho past summor, watching hor brother-in-laChatfiold-Tayloengaged over a novel, she decidod sho could turn out a novel herself if sho tried nud gain a good deal of mental roliof in tho effort. For Mrs. do Koven had plenty to say nbout social lifo in Now York and her own sox of tho fashiouablo world in particular. Sho is somowhat of a figuro in New York society, duo to her husband's prostigo ns woll ns her own talents, nud ns sho has a koou observation and somo vit and logio hor novel, which has just gono to pross, may bo looked forwml to with interest. Another of Now York's young holies is Mrs. Georgo do Forrest, tho sister of Mrs. Duncan Elliott, nco Salllo but much moro striikng and vivacious than her much talked of sister. Sho is a dusky bruuotto whoso facial boauty lies in a pair of wonderful brown eyes, with a fascinating diablerio of expression. Sho has n boautiful figuro, with hnndsomo nock nnd .shoulders, which sho drapes iu a startlingly decol-letstylo. Her vivid freedom of oxprcs-Bioamuses and fascinates socioty a Indeed society remarks good doal. pretty of ton, "Sho' 11 say whatover comes into hor head." Sho dancos well and loves tho world, its ballrooms and its songs, entering into uvory amuse-mon- t with bouudloss vivacity. Sho doesn't know what constraint or mean aud does not set out to ploaso tho world in which sho moves ono littlo bit. But sho is nu immonso favorite, nnd tho oternal varioty of playing her splondid oyes, which flash truth aud iutolligeuco as well ns seduction, wins most hearts. Hor lovo of doing what sho ploasos is proverbial. "Sho is, " romarkod n friend to Mr. do Forrest ono day, "tho very imago of Sappho as sho looks in thnt picturo comiug down the. Btnir if sho woro only to dross liko" "Don't, for hoavon's Bake, toll hor that!" broko in Mr. do Forrest anxiously. "Sho'U got hersolf up that wny noxt timo." Two very protty blond womon nro Mrs. Jordan L. Mott, Jr., and hor Bister, Mrs. David Thomson. Thoy aro much aliko fair skinuod, dolicatoly foatured womon, with tho truo bluo in tho oyo and tho gold in tho hair which go to make tho porfoct blond. Mrs. Mott is daintily fashionod in a potito mold. Boforo tho Nnpoleouio crazo sot in with tho public Mrs. Mott was long dovotod to tho fad, nud socioty would havo it that tho spread of tho mania was simply a rndiation of Mrs. Mott's enthusiasm. Sho has n magnificent collection of portraits and rolics of Napoleon, all classifiod together in a Nnpoleouio shriuo at her homo. Young Mrs. Oliver Harriman is beauty of tho girlish, winning Hinilo typo, with largo brown oxpross-Ivoyes and protty features, which nro lather accentuated. It is not a typo to le&r woll, but just now in hor fresh rs Castollano nt tho Gorman tho evening, having como direct from her own homo decked with a mnssivo diamond crown, sent n thrill round tho house. "What has sho got on?" paid ono correct matron plaintivoly. "I boliovo it's a bread basket," said anothor sincorely, whilo a young man in tho lobby vulgarly suggested a spittoon. Thnt it could bo n diamond crown weighty enough for tho queen of Shobn, worn under htich circumstances, could hardly strike "good touo" peoplo in it hurry. Daroncs Sollllcro is a woman who grows prettier as sho grows oldor- - Sho crnved beauty ns n girl, but was nharp foatured nnd thin. When nbout to nil notions of beauty, her liguro to fill out, hor featuros to soften, and her always protty oyes camo to bo sot in a fuller, graceful contour. She now lives iu Paris, but comes ovor overy year with her husband. An extrouioly haudsomo woman, with a young girl who turned out to bo hor daughter, but who looks noarly ns old ns clio mother, was much lorgnotted at tho "Moistersinger" performance tho other evening nt tho Metropolitan. Sho sat in Mrs. Ogden Mills' box and proves to bo tho Countess do Montsaulin, noo Zabeowski, tho sister of Elliot Zabeow-skTall, slight, of social reputation. fair brown tints, distinguished benrii.g and charming gowning made lur a most attractive figure Sho will take rank among tho beauties, aud meanwhile hor youthful daughter, who has boon living in Paris, will study tho spontaneous attitudo of tho "buds" of Now York eocioty. lor-got bo-ga- ,! .. . ..: ct,,...,n.t Mrs. Georgo Gould's beauty lies in ...Sho is fine eyes aud siinplo manners. Short Line from the liluc Grass Cities to Cincinnati too much addicted to blazing jewol dis- with every accommodation to patrons. I'arlor plays to pleaso eclectic society. Her Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Calc, rarior ami uuicrvn- npponrauco with tho Marqulso do Lexington and opera at 8 in Hon Cars between Cincinnati, is at hor best. .a t t WtL. Z ro-ce- nt pjmcx 'ltfUFstg? sJ m w iii Br fLT 1 Chattanooga. Chas.W. Eoll, Wr. Pau'r Alt., Cincinnati. W. 0. O. Itlneamon, 0. V. A., Cincinnati, 0. i Turnpike Election. Th annual mretinu ul Ihci ttoclholiJcit of the Motrliiitl A Carptntcr't Mailon turnplVe will be k.M a, llti.l.t, ,.ll. rtn W.t.lt.Uv Miv l til ,1 m , for the purprw ofrlcctms a jire.Mcnt aid i o.ril ol director, lor thr rrnulnc tear FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. it JK IIAUr.ll.MAN, ris. Capital Stock- Surplus I - 8200.000 21.300 u i Emily M. Aylwauo. r, Tally Card. Lovers of whist aro always on tho lookout for novoltios with which to adorn tho game Tho old timo soverity has in a good monsuro been dono away. A New Attention of the public U Invited to lbs Ui t that this it lbs oalr National Mink in Stanford n.n ac- Umltr the ptOTMlooioi tne -ilcpoiitott are tecuieJ not onlr by the capital ttock, but by mc tioctnoiocit nauiiuY lur aa 1 he annuil meeting for the election of a prcl Ol amount equal to rut and board ol Cirtcior. lor the Ktiob Lick ihli Inttltution to the nock, by atnat depontoit fundofjjoo. are iccurid urnpikr Co will be belt! at the Hrtt Natioua j Five aworn ttatemcata of thacondition of the bask liar. 1. in Sunlotd in lit S.turdur in Mar iSs, , ar maJa each ytailo the United Sulci govars-maI lid icholdefi ar. h'ebr nnt fieil are eaamlntd at itated llmaa and In FUWLEK, I'rei , by governmentaitett ii agenti, thui tecuring addititoaa and perfect tafety tn depctttoii. Thit inttltution. originally ettabllibed ai th Oepoiit Uaok of Stanford In 1S5I, then tied ai th National Hank ol Stanford In iMj sad again the Klnt Natiooal Hank ol The annual meeting of the itockholdert ol the Suntord in ibli, hat had practically an unintir-rupte- d eiittcoceof 11 yean, It it better luppliad Turnti.nllr, McKinucv A' Coffry't Ml.ll urspike now with laclhtltt lor traniactlngbuiint protnpl Koait Co will t held at McKinncr the Saturday in Mar, iSqg, at a p. m , lor the purpote of I; and liberally than ever before in ill long and Account! of corporatloni, fidue cctmg a preildenl and board of dirrctori lor the honorable career. ciaries, firmi and Individual! leipectfully lolic-lteniuingTear. 11 II. K. GUOUK. i'ret. Tha Directory of this Hank 11 cotnpoied ol Forcttui Itrtd, Lincoln county; S T Harm, Lincoln; J II Collier, Lincoln; The annual mectine of the ttocVholdera of the J W Hayden, Stanford; TurnplVe Co. lluttonvllle A Carpmlei. Creek S. 11 llaughmanj Lincoln; will behelj at IIuiiodviII on the lit Saturday in 5. IlocV.r, Stanford; Maj, 1605, 11 j p. m , fcr the purpcie of decline W. A. Trlbble, SUuloid; Officer! lor the eniuiEirvear 1'iei. W D WKATHEKFORD, 1, M D. Elmore, Stanford; T I'. Hill, (Stanford; K. L. Tanner, "McKlnner; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky J.H. HocVrr, I'reildeni; A. meeting of the Stockholders of the Stanford Jn ) McKobeili,Caihler; A Mliledgcftllf Turnplko Co. lor the elrctlon of a A A. McKinney, Aitt Caihler board ol dirrctota lor the rniuinK prrndent and year will be held at McCormack'., May 4. .W.CAKl'F.NTLIt, I'ret. p m Turnpike Election. n! Turnpike Election. it d. Turnpike Election. j Turnpike Election. iS, Farmers Bank&Trnst Co K.Y., for Turnpike Election. The.tockn.lden of the Huitonxllle A CoflVy' Mill Turnpike Koad Co. will meet at Dr. llrown' orhce in lluttonvllle tit Saturday in May, i5. a a!n m .to elect a pictiilent and loatd of director t C. LlON.I'm. or the entuing year. 11 Or STANFORD, Uacwfullyjorginuedjand ready buimen witk Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000. -- .0000. Turnpike Election. , , m,umi iflfl .iiiiii,u f. II... .a. ii,r lOCKnoiurr UI .1... (?...., Turnpike Koad Co will hoM their annual electionboard lor a pieiidenl andI ,. .. .of director! at tchoo.,.. ... W......I... . .T. I 1 K noii-- c ai iuiuci,iihc,mi ' '., utc .'.miu.; In May, 1895 J r. (.ASH, I'ret. u SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANIORD, ntJif I 1 ..111 liar-gou- s, Turnpike Election. A meeting of the ttci I. holder 1 of Knob Lick, McCormacki A-- Turneriville Turnpike Co will lie at a p m , for held at McCormacVt, May ii, lhi purpote if electing otticeit lor the entuing H. F I'OWKLL I'ics 11 j ear. (. doling up) with th time, amta and undll the tame management. liy provmont of lit chailcr, depontort arc ai fully protected aa ai depotltori in National Uanki, tu iharcholdcri being held individually liaolc to the eitcnt of th amount of ttock Ih'.rnn at the par value therrol, in addition to th amount invettcd in auch tharri, It may acta eaecutor. adintmitrator, truitee, Ac, at fully SJ an individual. To thote who entrutted their bultlncii to ul while mnaging th Lincoln National Hack ol Stanford, we we here tendcrour many thanki and trutt they will continue to traniact their bunaail with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt alias-lio- n to tame, our twenty years' experience la banking and at liberal accointno.Ntioni ai are with tound banking. Now tir cos-inte- nt a. Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of the itockholdert of the .Stanford & llallt dap '1 urnplke Koad Co for the t and board of dircctori for election ol a the entiling year, will be held at Vandevrrr't itore in Stanford on tbe nt Saturday in May, 'oj at a p.m. J. N MKNEFKE, I'rei. DIHXCTOIli: J o u Turnpike Election. a.-.- stuck-uppishne- ss of the Hnnging In placo of "a clean hearth d tho The iharrhoMen lln.il Cn will Fork A Green l.'a.u'a .., ..A. 1'.....t. ,v.u u. ,,. wib. r rigor of tho game" there nro all sorts of tore in lull .' McKmnoy on th and Saturday In May, HARPER'S PCRtQBICAL". r nnan nf mtft int a tr n m (rr Ins liberties takon nud nil sorts of dainty year ncccssorios contrived to mnko it moro id'nt and board Of dlrecl'rs . for the enimni; I'ics. Harper'i Magaiin", One Year W.G1VKNS, 1j ' ' ' llaiprr'i Weekly, social nnd attractive Harper's llaiar, " " Tho tally card shown horo is an exact " Hnrper'i Young Pccplc-- ' copy of ono usod nt a recent pansy Election. wcro whist. On that occasion thoro I'oatage Iree to all lubicriberi in the 11 V m .. Vernon; Shankt, btanfoid; J. S. Owilcy, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J Ii. Owilcy, SunforJ; J. F. Cat a, Stanford, William Uooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevill, W. II. Cumuiini, l'reicheri 11 S. II. Sbanka, i'leiidcst, Dr. J.MI. Owilcy, Cathier, W. M.ilright, Til ci . 11. 1 J. Willlami.Mt. Turnpike ....J4 co 4 00 4 00 .. an-oth- o flowers galoro, aud no colors woro alTha itockholdert of tho Ituth Ilranch Turnpike lowed but tho purplos and yellows of Road Co. are notified to meet at Hubble lit SaturTwo of tho tallios woro day in May, 1895, to elect a board ol director ftr tho blossoms. 11 placod upon each tablo, and thoy oxcit-e- the coining year. considerable admiration among tho gnesta. Ah thoy proved praotical as woll J as ornamontal, thoroiBiioroasonngninst uso for loss olaborato partios, and thoir as thoy nro quito oasy to mako each hostess can supply hersolf if tho modol ;- .- i i a j moots favor iu her sight. n largo sized pansy on First draw rather stiff water color paper, thon paint it, nnd whon dry cut tho blossom out along tho outlined odgo. Closo to tho center mnko two incisions, onch of nu inch in length nnd half an inch npart. Cut n strip of or gold colored ribbon, ns best Butts tho coloring of tho pansy, nnd nt s of an inch intervals of .For a. paint tho figures from ono to ton. Fringo Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, out each end for tho dopth of inch and nllow thoribbon tooxtond a few A ttyliih Hair Trim'or Clian Shave, go to inches boyond tho figures nt both ono and ton. Pass ono end through ono in- Cook & Farmor's Barbor Shop. cision from tho under side and down ngnin through tho second. You will did that by simply slipping tho ribbon Hong tho needed number can bo turned Ky. o vlow, nud porfect tally can bo kopt. Office Up Stairs; First Door Eatt of Mcllob-trta- ' Clakk Buncb. d Statea, Canada and Meaico. United Addren HARPER & 1'. O. lloa 9J9, N.Y. City. HROIHERS. r- - ra Portland. San Francisco. To the NMTIWEOT Via The ... -- - fMf fist g) touitviut miwAiiitChichoHt1( C.'J Only Dining Car Route From thrco-qunrtor- s lnv-ond- er X.OUISVIX.X.X threo-qnartor- TO CHICAGO. Klegint Pullman Vettlbuled Slei'pera of Modern Pattern. For inapa or any information, aJdrtu FRANK J. RF.ID.) ( E. II. DAC0.Y, G. P. Agent, i or 4 D. P. Agent, ) (. Chicago. Louisville. I ouo-ha- lf DB, L. B. COOS, Stanford, Denver- - i Ho SURE tocaiifcr 'MONON' j St, Paul Route. J BOaSOICTa. l"OllMS,0. KOASOII.TA. Drug Store, 1 m -- wn-t- - v f ut-- . i . f . ,i5- fl Vwv iv,. - v tjtt' v l .tr,A,lwu'i- - -- ., - ,v i;Ar-r'vv- r ""? InteriorJournal SrANroKD, Ky Zbioi.hk shoes nt Sh.inkfl'. m Now wash goods. Nmv funcy elilits. Severance & Son. Tins is the third timo I have asked you to sottlo your account. Do eo at once. G. L. Penny, Exor. 7 and wheelTiiiikr rooms for runt. Apply to Miss wright work done cheap for cash. Horses shod all round for 00 cents. No credit. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Carrie Porter. William Daughorty. mm purchasing dress goods of any Wk hnvo added to our line of cook kind call in nt Shanks'. PERSONAL POINTS. stoves something entirely new in a coal Lost. A black ostrich boa. Leavo nt oil cook stove. Call in and Beo it. Uig-glMum. II. G. Ham. went to Louisville this otllco and receive ruwHrd. & Mclvinnoy. Wednesday. Lexing Mn. S. 11. Baioiiman went to Zsiglkii shoes nro comfortable, styloiiiht waist Bets anu belt buckles are ton yesterday. ish, durable and cheap. Get n pair at popular ns ever. We have thu finest Miih. Jane Baiikow, who lms been Shauks'. lino ever shown in Stanford. Goods all . uitu ill, in improving. Skb Charlie Uonner at E J. Foley's now. Danks, tho jeweler. Miib. II. J. McKoiimits Is visiting her and settle the unpaid account you owo I. Mack Biiuck will bo in the field this mother nt Hnrrodsburg. H. Zimtner. 1h now year und will pay as much for your wool SAMi'Kf. W. Mknkfkk for W. II. Shanks. Git you a suit of clothes at Shanks', ns anybody. lie will receive and grade M us. Lizzie Kxhhkll is pnintlng her A great variety of sizes, prices and col- - his wool himsell at tho depot. cottnue on lncaster strit. ors can be found there. Clothing you get at Shanks' fits. Okokok Kikliw, lCsJ , of Blooiiilngton, Clothing you got at Shanks' Ih cheap. Thy a coat of Neat's (lnu carriage paint III., is visiting rolativea hero. Clothing you get at Shanks' is stylish. K. Gbrks, of Iluslonvlllc, on your buggy; ready mixed, glass finMas. Maiiv Clothing you get at Shanks' is fast in ish. W. II. McUobertH. is visiting Mrs. l W. Green. color. Clothing you get at Shanks' is all Hon. Haiivky Helm is spending the Wk call tho ladies attention to the 0. K. iu every particular. week in Frankfort and Paris. childrens underwaista at thu Globe Juihik J. W. Alcokn is in Frankfort to Strictly Ono Price Clothing House, Dan- (tAcoui'LKof lawyers from Hodgenville argno a eaxo before tlio court of Rppenla. ville. wero hero yesterday taking depositions .OK Kl.US, Of llllB- Ml8HE8SUI)IKAND before Examiner W. A. Tribble in the Comiiination suits with an oxtra pair suit of J. J. Fox's administrator against tonvllle, were hero shopping yesterday. Gkoikie H. Dunn is Ht Mlddlesboro to of panta and a cap to match to be had At the L. A X. Mr. Fox waa a brakeman stand a civil service examination for pos- the Globe Strictly One Prico Clothing and met his death at Rowland, while House, Danville. coupling ears. tal clerk. Mil. J. W. Flow kiw has rented tho resTits commencement sermon of the Sheiiman IJiiuce, who was shot at idence on Danville Avenue, advertised Stanford Female College will be preacha lew days ago by Howard by Mrs. Fannie Dunn. ed by Itev. W. E Ellis this year on the Deatherage, also colored, hnd not recovMiis. Dm. M.K Scott, of Somerset, is 1st Sunday in June. ered Biillidently to bo brought to trial spending a week with her son, Mr. K. I). Wednesday and it was postponed until 10 Woven wire and picket fence mndo of Scott, at thu St. Asaph Hotel. m , s.uurday. Ilia doctor thinks he Mrs. P. E. seasoned oak pickets. Tho most eco- a. Miis.T. M. Pennington ond will nu no well enough to nppear even Kemp, of Mlddleaboro, were on yester- nomical fence on thu market, manufacthen. It. tured and for sale by A. 0. Sine. day's train en route to Louisville. Mb. J. L. Fkoiiman, of tho Globe, Ik it wern't for Junction City and viA statement ot the financial condition Danville was hero Wednesday and the cinity, thu Boyle circuit court would of Lincoln county appears in this issue. havH littlo to do. That und of the counthree columns on this page is tho result. decided that It is not one to be proud of and thu leas ty gives tho Lincoln court a great deal of Mu. 0. D. Pouki.1. has is pertrnpa tho better. Stanford is the best place after nil lor his said about it work, too, but a few more verdicts like store, and will not leave us, ns liu inHamner'a and a neck or two stretched, W. 0. Myers' horse became frightentended. ed at the mill whittle yesterday and will bring the law breakers there to Mil. II U. Gxstiiy has been transfer-ro- d turning suddenly smashed one of the their censes. to W. II. Traylor's distillery and wheels ol tho buggy to which ho was beMiss Ruth Ellison's school closes Judge Sterhi'tt Hurch to Seiircy'B In An- ing driven. and her pupils, about 30 in number, derson county. Fish. John Halo, hi little brother will bo given n picnic in Mra. Cath Dr. Lhk F. Hitkman, of Lexington, woodland near town. At the examwas called by telegram to thu bedside of Eil. and John Shanks caught 10S fish in Hutrman, who a fuw hours near Duddurar's Mill tho ination yesterday tho medal wna awardhis brother, Mr. A. G. other day. They weru caught with hookH ed to Archie B. Elkin for general excelgrow worse again, but is better now. Fohsytme has returned and the whole lot weighed 20 odd lence and the following weru named in Miss Lillian thu roll of honor: Arthusa McAliter, from a protracted visit to relatives In pounds. BeBsio YanArsdall, Nan D. James, Ella Lincoln county. Her Persons desiring to M. Newland, Margaret James, George JIJO.OOOto I.OAN. Mrs. Given, accompanied her home. borrow money iu amounts from 1300 to McAlister, Nan B Jamefl, Foster McAHb Harrodsburg Sayings. ?,",000 on first real estate mortgages can ter, Robert Woods, Anna Darst, Nellie Mir K. E. Ciixcklky, of Hamilton make arrangements to secure the samo and Janio Dawson. College, Lexington, will como over to by calling at this office within the next Mershon Twenty-Onvisit her former pupils, Misses Fannie fuw days. Ykaiis. John Uamner Shanks, Dollio Mcltoberta and Laura waa convicted of the murder of Mack W. B. Jones, of the firm ol Jones Moore and givon 21 years at Danville Carter, , Bros , of this place, has, with Will Wednesday. The Commonwealth seems of Danville, just completed thu job CITY AND VICINITY. to have convinced the jury that the kill o at Columbia, ing waa for the purpose of robbery and of painting the 5l)c at Danks. Uxlt buckles using the famous Black Diamond paint that it occurred several hours before for tho roof. 'Hamner claimed that it did. Had a maNiw wraps. Severance A Son. r jority verdict prevailed tho death senadYou would think peoplo read tho New eilk umbrellas. Severance A Son. if tence would have resulted, but ns U6ual vertisements In the Inteiuoh Jouiinal, Fink Boda waUr at Penny's Drug you had seen how they have como from thero was a man for a light sentence and Store. tho East anil como from the West, to ho hold out. If a new trial is refused, lino ot silkb (or waists ust re- - borrow the ?30,000 otlered for loan. Thpy the Advocate says nn appeal will re takA new haven't got it all yet, tho' if you aru in en, but the prosecuting attorney, J. S. ceived at Shanks'. Owsley, Jr., tells us that unusually few need of any lucre, call at once. Mk. J. M. White is enlarging his resiexceptions were taken and that ho thinks Tn K Great Wallace three ringed circuB the condemned has no chanco now bedence on tho Danvillo pike. . will exhibit in Danville, Tuesday, May fore either court. goods are now New stylish up 1, when lovers of that popular amusebeing shown by DankH, thu leading jew- ment will bo given a royal opportunity The court of appeals has reversed eler. themselves. In addition to the Judge Toney's decision renderod in the to enjoy Who said tho Globe Strictly Ono Prico circus there, is n full metingario to give Ixniiflvillu law and equity court in the Clothing Uoubu waa notoilering tho best tho!) an excuse for going, who object ('.' chuo of Mr. Arch Carson, of Crab Orchard, against tho American Accident Co. to the circus. goods for tho money'.' mm Stewart Carson, a eon of the plaintiff, JuihjeT. L. Shklton has posted no held a ?5,000 policy in the above compaTin: (I A C. will rnu tta ilrst excurfrom Junction City to Ciucmnati tices stating that ho will make applica- ny and wns shot nnd killed about two sion tion to the county court nt its May teem years ago while acting as deputy sheriff next Sunday at a very low rate. for license to keep a saloon nt Kowland, in Florida. Tho company refused to Ciiiluhk.n's kneo panta, double at thu with tho privilege of Boiling liquors. Tho pay thu policy on thu grounds that Mr. kueea and Beat, nt tho Globo Strictly Onu other bar room at Rowland is running Carson, who was a baker as well aa depPrico Clothing House, Danville. and lawyers say it is breaking no law, aa uty sheriff, gavo his occupation only hh a baker in his application for insurance. Wk'll woger thul better livery can bo the prohibition election waa illegal. m The company also held that a person Stanford for less money than obtained in An editor out West has invented nn in any town in tho Statu. Competition itifernal machine which he places in an who was shot at and killed wns not killhas put tho prices down so low ttiat it iu envelopo and senda to those who take ed accidentally. Judge Toney decided policy should bo paid. renlly cheaper to rldo than walk. his paper and then rofuao to pay for it. that tho I Tho machino explodes and kills tho Lincoln county is in tho middle of a Diluent Inquiry among our farmers whole family, and the fragments that fall very bad fix politically and tho demofailed to elicit any inlormation ol the in the back yard kill tho dog. We have cratic leaders will have to do some harot thu army worm, and it BeeniB ordered sevoral hundred of them and monizing work if she is kept in line. that the reports from Boylo of the exist- will begin mailing them to delinquents To that ond wo have urged and still ence of tho pest there were largely imag- next week. A word to tho wise ought urge the precinct conventions that Bend inary. to be aa good as a nod to a blind horso. delegates here to nominate a candidate unin-sTiiKContre College Athletic AssociaThe Danville Advocate paya our dis- for tho Legislature to leave them onlyt taking care to send men flold day ex- tinguished townsman, Col. T. P. ructed, tion will give there annual Hill, a hibition at 1! v. M. to day on their grounda highly merited complimont in referring who are fully alive to tho importance of at Danville. The program includes to tho eil'ort to induce him to run for democratic success over- the claims of H such men from sprinting, jumping, hopping, eack rucing, the Legiplaturo, and of tho any or all aspirants. all over tho county are sent, we are sure bicycliug, Ac. people of Lincoln county endorse every 9 that after consulting and reasoning toof advertisements the word of it. The colonel would make a gether they can name a man for theoilice Owinu to a rush model candidate and n model represenlNTKIUOtl JOUHKAL Will llRVU tO have il8 we are sure that nothing who will go forth to certain victory. He Tuesday issues also six pages. We shall tative, but candiwould induce him at his time of lifo to may bu either of tho announced always give our regular amount ol readdates or another, but tho nomination give up tho ease and comfort of a pleasing matter, let advertisers como nover-iis ant homo to dabble in politics for which should not bo made till everything such Bolid phalanx. result and a harmonious considered ho has always had an aversion. reached. Men nro nothing. Democratic t from London A dispatch Sthuck. Nkw Mail Route. Gov. McOreary success is everything, especially since BayB that the COO coal miners employed succeeded in getting tho now mail routo upon tho election of a democratic Legisby tho companies composing the Laurel established between Stanford, Sauiley lature so much of importance will deCoal Association, wont out on a Btrike Ewoll, Highland and Pleasant Point to volve. yesterday and will probably remain out Kinguvillo and Postmaster J. W. Rout all Summer. They strike for tho pay of has posted notice for bida for carrying The sick juror in the last yuar-- VO cents por ton. Tho opera- the mails over it to close May 10. Mr. case at Barbourvlllo got better and heard tors ofler only 05 cents. Rout has tho blank bida and bonds on the arguments lying in a bod in the has been such as to hand and will furnish them to those de- court room. It ia thought that tho deTub weather mako vegetation hump itself and for the siring to bid. The schedule is to leavo fendants will bo acquitted. 15 Gordon, the Blnyer of his wife and last week it has humped. Tho trees are Stanford at 7: a. m. each day, except clothud Sunday, arriving at Kingsviile at 12:15, Arch Brown, was roleased on f 0,000 bail in full foliage and the fields are He says he did every prospect returning, leave Kingsvillo at 1:15 i. m. till his trial in verdure. Iu fact mnn ia vilo. Yesterday arriving hero at 5:45 v. si. They will give not suspect Brown and only went to tho pleaBes and only satisfy himself as to his wife's was showery, with an occasional thunder that section a double daily mail and give house to the same conditions are ex- us a Buro connection with mails on the infidelity, but on hearing her voice, he cloud, and Cincinnati Southern. could not control himself. pected Bei-ohna m m m - M vy l'JBS .Severance & Son. All kinds o( blackamithing Grandest Shooi on Reeord: i i r :i book-keep- er Display of The Lat est Novelties Of The Season. STRICTLY ONE PRICE - I. m m imm KT3S1 .$ - to-d- ay Bail-uy- 'a m CLOTHING HOUSE grand-mothe- r, .Makes the fol lowing offer For Every purchaser of $5 or more we A Ticket to The "will e to-da- y. Van-Pelt- give court-hous- i Walk Circus Here May 14th. "" I We have an elegant line of Men's 'Cheviot Suits for $5. ALL WOOL SUITS to-da- to 1 AT $7.50. m r T m m Fine Fabric and good Workmanship at $10. Also a good as Tailer can make you, ws sell you at $12, $13.50, $15, $18 and $20. any-Merchan- t 1 T ar-nv- al OUR CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT Is Complete in Every Capacity. - CHILDREN'S SUITS $1 TO $7. Knee Pants 25c to $1.25. They are double Knees. Our Boys' Clothing must not be overlooked. ux nine-tenth- s m ' the $ n Our Hats & Furnishing Goods Are the Best in the market, at very Low PriPAS OpjII and sa ns TsTn show goods. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. The Globe Strictly One Price Clothing House. : L. : FROHMAN & CO., DANVILLE, KY. ' S mm Fields-Adkin- B i ''' III vm 1-- J. yj 1 ' . to-da- t,, iJi. S-, titAjr - 'v:-':fr- i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa AT FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. cs Fnbllahod Every Tuomlay and Friday S3 PKll YKA1UK ADVjINCIC gw-Wh-en not so paid 33. 60 will be ch.irRed.TW k. c. LocalTIme'card. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at :to p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . is 37 p m Nc. ts. Train going North ' " ' -I'- -'Pn No. art, " South 1151pm No s, " m " " 3 3 , No QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train pas Junction City at follows: N' North f No. 1 South t " 4 ...1.30 pm ' .. .tats urn 3 j; ; H g 5 11 30 p in " 6 840pm ''to f. iDonot Stop " " ...600 a m ...3.15 am JIBsoIately -- mrorfiw' J Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government hood Report. aOYAL BAKING POWDER;CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. W. S. BT7ROH, Attorney at Law, - Stanford, ui.k, - Kentucky. Street, oppoiite the Court viieeoi T.vieatterreceive especial attention SS Collection! A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, fc - Stanford, Ofece over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. K. S2 and complete. Jinnee Bibb bought of varioua par-tiSO shoals nt 3 G3. E. V. Woods Rot 5c for the load of hogs he look to Cincinnati. Best cattle are steady in Cincinnati at 5 j, hogs 5, sheep 4 J and lambs 0. I). N. Prevvitt delivered 25 lambs to D. X. Incratn that averaged Co pounds. Advocate. A number of cows have dinl in and around Stanford in the last few weeks of puerperal fever. George Baker bought in Casey and Adnir counties a hunch of heifers and steers at 3 to 3J. Thero are S00 horses owned by Buffalo citizens, the total value of which is $1,000,000 or more. Tho Intehiou Journal is carrying more horso advertisements than any other paper hi tho State. George Miller Givena and S. M. Owens have bought recently about 000 sheep with lambs thrown in at 2.G5. rony Beazley sold tho gelding ho bought of Adam Pence a few weeks ago for $200, to an Eastern party for $300. Banquet, Mikp Dwyer's Bged geld ing, with Simms up, won the Trial Plate worth 110,000, at New Market, England, in a romp. The Glasgow Times gives this good advice: Plant a garden and save doctor bills. Get your wife to work it; if you havn't got a wife, get one. J. II. Baughman & Co. shipped a couple of barrels of meal to Iliawatha, Kansas, a few days ago. Corn must be scarce in the grasshopper State. Mr. E. P. Woods tells uo that ho ib making a splendid Beason with his premium Baddle stallion, Eagle Bird. He is not only getting a large number of mar.p, but some elegantly bred ones. P. W. Green refused 5o00 lor a pair of geldings the other day. The offer was made by a Philadelphia party, lie has placed his speedy gelding, Dr. Allen, in Will O wings' hands at Danville. Army worms are doing thousand of dollars damage to crops in Woodford. Many farmers have lost all their tobacco plants. Clover fields, early corn, wheat and grass are being badly injured. "Never before," says the Elizabeth-towNews, "have we seen in Hardin county a more abundant or perfect apple bloom, and the prospects are fine for the lajgest crop of apples we have had fcr n Commissioner's Sal OF A DH. w. b. :p:E2T:N"Y. Ky. the Post-Otfl- Dentist, VALUABLE AND Highly Improved Farm. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Stanford, J. W. Baughman and Others, Plalntllls, against Harry Baughman and Others, Delis fsotlcoof Sale. Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at lis February term, 1895, In ihe aioe aiyicu prsccvumg, iuu unucmuvti will, on Don't Miss Cleaning Your House This pretty weather. We have every thing you want in Office on Miln Street, Opposite to C L. Carter. Hedgoille, Ky. MAPLE SYRUP. .TiS 91 J. B. HIGGINS, Dealers n... ...... TUESDAY, MAY 21ot, 1805, Between it A. M. aud 3 P. M., at the iesdcncc or the late Henry Baughman, tell at public outciy to the highest aud best bldCcr tr.o Fatm of Oil Cloth, Carpet, Matting All Kinds Stanford, 03! Coal, 316 Acres, One Rood, Four Poles, n innu, siiuaicu iu l.h.uju iuum.,, j., ol a Staford.V Halls Gap Turnpike Road, outside of mile from the city of Staniord and jutt toe limits cf said city. Said farm Is in a high state ol cultivation and improvement, it has up- Rugs, Portierres, Kv. The Myers House, P. W OH KEN. Proprietor. on it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 rooms, with large, roomy halls and porches. The outbuildings In excellence ol character are In keeping with the dwelling home, including one ol the very belt barm in the county. The lenciug outside and in it good. Ihe farm it well watered by ponds, pools and running streams. A rare opportunity is afforded to purchase one ol the most valuable and detlrable homes in tho county. The purchaser ill be given lull poncssion or said farm on the nt day of June, 183;. Said farm it bounded at follows. Beginning at a point in the centre ol the Stanford & Hals Lap. turnpike, corner to Newland, thence b. 09H 6j poles is links to a itone, corner to same, thence to W. 73 poles iS links U a pott, S. 70 a Newland, thence S. iS fi. .56 poles 6 Inks to 108 Vr. S. to' tone, corner to Newland, thcuce pole, to a stake in Ne land line and corner to 6 . 7.Pole Frederick, thence S 5 deg. 7 mln link, to a slake In line of Frederick, tbencc b. 83V' K. 80 poles to pot ' corner of garden, Felice i8j pole. 10 links to a stake In centre of S. 80 MaJon's Gap road, oppo.itc a small black walnut stanulng op west side ot road, thence with centre a of road N. K H. 6j poles islinks to N stake In cm. artln, thence tre of the road and corner to Alexstake, corner to links to a V. u pales 19 N. f6 f ,,ke in same, the ce N 19 E. Dudderar tract and corner to same, thence N. 79 stake, comer to .M. S. to deg stmiu. Baugnman lheJ.cc N. S31. W. 3 Po'. con.,,1,,n; inc in the acsrrirate 6 Acres 1 Kood , . , of lmd The purpose ortnissaie is lor a uiviu" ui mc proceeit amongtt the plaintiff and defendants according to their respective rights. t 6. 11 and si ftMiuc nc ua I V mont'hs'in rqual payments the purchaser citing . . . ..1. navable to Anil ...J Interest from the Commtssiontr and bearing land as a further la) or sale Lien retained on the R. C HARKr.i M C. L. C.C Hill & McHoberU, Attys Lace and Swiss Curtains, Draperies, Curtain Poles. We arc selling Carpels at from 10 to 15 cents on the yard less than any other house. Come and see. Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. SEVERANCE & SON. I am still running this Hotel aad will continue to give my guests the uolitrtt slUn- -' as well as the belt the matket atfurds. Special Attention to tho Public. Travol-,in- g THE RILEY HOUSE .' I1" 'ie SLIPPERS With Heel or Spring Heel. F. U. niLBY, Proprietor, London. - - - Kentucky. ! I have moved to my nsw Hotel sod am bettar than ever to accommodate the public, ood L.iery attached and vry convenience Give ma a call. J1 FRANK KILEY. Ladies' and Children's Light Colored and Black Slippers in Carriage Faintar. Call and tiaslre my work before having tour l am located in the only shop In too 11 In which fine work can be douc and will I solicit a share ol your be here permanently pattonsge hich 4 Mill endeavor 10 merit by first-claoorkmaaihip and fair treotineut ol all. Shop ... fi.-rUl- Needle, Opera, Common SenseToes, H. J. McROBERTS. carnage repainted in Merthon & jm Ortir's A .oji on Soraeiiet strret II. Kl.NLKV. Sianfcrd, Ky. K M W. S Atty at Law Uuth. ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE OF A Newland, Deputy Sherlfl. Burob. kSc ITowland, HANGING FORK FARM ONE-HAL- OF THE ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, Store-House, Bo Eo WBABBN, Dealer In Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, WecfTcr our ler.lcia to the public to do a gen, ersl Collecting lljimm Vccounti, nules, etc. collected in all parts ol the County 11 6in Houiehold and Kitchen Furniture, Live Stock and Farming Implements. at the s. At . 0 THE LADIES 3Cj Millinery Stock is full I years." Call nr examine and you will.be sure to buy a new w HA m I ing granted him another respite of a week, to permit of the dismissal or determination of the appeal filed by bis Attorney.at.Law, counsel with the United States supreme - court. The officials in charge of the income- and AssigWill act as Executor.JAdmimitrator nee tax collection, estimate that fully one- pf Fv Speciil attMtbn glvon',:to men of the country as Attorney and bale and Division of fourth of the rich viuaots' Lands. have deliberately failed to make re C6ce oa Lancaster St. overSupt.jW. F. McCla-- s turns. If tho law is upheld at the re 90 srUce. hearing May 0, these delinquents will be A. G. Liinhas proceeded against. U. Cattleman. 3Un Gen. J. B. Gordon announces tnat OOOJth camp of United Confederate the veterans has been established. Of Land en Hanging Fork, in Lincoln county, Ky , and adjslflln,; tno lands of p. McKitlrick, Peyton, Peter Carter, W. ii. Murphy, Ed Carpenter Sam and Helm, Columbus Bishop and Adam Lyile farm. 1 his farm Is commonly known as the from fcunford, on the Stanford A about 5 miles Milledse'llle and Ihe Knob Lick, McCormack's Church A Turnertville lurnpiko roads, and has now ready to deliver tee from y I ra "Water, Light and Ico Company's the Stanford frame dwelling house, barns. upon it a Factory -- - -- . SC. aim is wen about " n H Srll nJ ii ,0 " land and is now Pounds vation . . 40 Cents Per ti L. Ar....l Fa. ..I. in ttfA narrll and a't a whole and the highest bid or bidt acceptpound for 10 pounds and up Ax over and.Jc a ed. .. ... ou ion to 100. v lirtCK Also the Uillf due istof each month. North-eas- t side cf Main street in Staniord, Ky., Stanford. K. BREMER, now occupied by A Urbansky &. Co., and known The year ending the first of last as the Louisville Sture. Interest in the St. Also an undivided March was nearly a foot short of rain, IiA-DIES Asaph Hotel property m Staniord, Ky , which inand the Louisville station shows an ad cludes the hotel proper and two large - . thereunucr, ditional departure from the normal pre- is a two storyoomouKi, ". and Is in brick building a half order, and has a large and Increasing custom, and cipitation of nearly three and : Hardin, . the .V u.: ww..- -. .n.iiir.t hv i inches during the first two months ol ii now vciiiK other interest. owners of the To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which mh-uci umiu.c, w.. Also the Housenom anu t am opening up. I pride myself that it it well the new seasonal year. Bn.nhaeion. The Furniture includei an is bound to please. Having selected and that It Dr. Buchanan, the wife Imurderer, Organ and new Piano. now on the farm, con- for taught tor cash and being determined to sell An Also all the Live Stock the lowest possible prices. did not sit in the electrocution chair at aisting or co neau oi u;u cab, I can sell atconvince you. examination will Horses and Biood Mares in Albany, Wednesday, the governor hav cl lack Stock, lot of i.. .r ..iuisj, linn. MRS A. A. McKINNEY. -- -,l..l.i ,,., ...- - tviil 6 foal, about asneaa, i, ui MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky alG-year-ol- d Serine Hat. ICE I iV Hundred A man down in Harrison county is Inule advertising for sale an young, gentle and kind. This reminds us of a Winchester printer who set up a filly sale bill that advertised for sale. Democrat. Armour & Co. have made a sworn statement to the Secretary of Agriculturo of the profits and losses of their beef slaughtering business for the last 16 montbB. The figures show a loss lor 14 months ending with December, and only small profits since that time. trl vyakWIll . AJ- - A -- - .1 uruij -- m exPCUlor Ol tt.H.i. tliiuitimart ine time aad place kell at public outcry to u:j.b a Farm of About 480 Acres Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, "Wagons, STANFORD, KY. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Olfert hit lervicet o Ihe iceple ol Weil Un coin and Caicv Counties lock ol Coffins and Cailett alwayt no hand. D. K Carpenter, Mansgrr. Dihora Your Cattl. 1 will go 10 any place where thert are tn or rnorocatile to ueborn. I do the work with the Drhoruer Can drhom any cow In three seconds The knife makes a cl.an, smooth cut, doss not crush nor break the horn, at the clipper does. It It the only humane way to dehorn Doet not punish Ihe animal like the saw, and the wound gels well u quick again as that made by the saw, For fun tier icfufmailon, call on O. A. PKYTON, Stanford, Ky. See the Lightning Pruning Hook. 101 two-stor- Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. two-stor- .... lf aiore-isom- er ... THE one-ha- Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. Our Folding Beds arc fine, substantial and cheap. M. S. BAlGHMiN. J. W. Dai-ciim- a tore-Roo- "-"- -- M. S.& J. W. Baughman, momiTtm first-cla- .j CORDIALITY INVITED one-ha- lf .,..n u We Beat In Low Priees LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, And must sell the goods. Give us a call. ""i--"-;-",- -i WITHERS & HOOKER. Stanford, firit-cii- - - Kentucky. Wallaos E. Varnon, Staniord, --, Kentucky. Settle-Bent- The realpropcrly will be sold for ind one caih and Ihe balance in in equal payments ol sale and and two years, bearing interest from day secured by lien retained. The peisonal property, except sums under which will be sold lor cash, will be sold rri a eii-1-n? .. .Via ntirrnilir will ..... .. quired to esecute note with Rood secunty, bear- one-thir- READ THIS k SAVE MONEY. for rates. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but ii turnouts will leave our stable, bee ua In our HARNESS SHOP of Harness, Bridles, Saddles, A. Have your repairing done by our man he understands his business. We have mechanic in our You will find a good assortment . Ing interest iron. uy Possessionot real property will be given on peisonal property when January t, 18. and of paid for or notes eiecuted. v m. Any The sale will begin at 9 a concerningperson above the other information property can write tr, o, .- - u. at Stanford. Ky, Executors T. D English, Auctioneer. desir-ngan, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL,. TT court days at fT7C forcaihorln flUJUO, Staniord or at T I will take all the hides I can get trade tor leather on my home In Otten-nei- I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, S23. The New Home, style three, $25. The New Home, style five, $2S. All made by the New Home Sewinc Machine Co. arc warranted for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc offered, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first.clas. work prices Tiy ojr horse shoer. and sstlifactory 1 TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. Tii New Chat Enntlin iterance Company FIRE INSURANCE. Firman'sFund, Mechanics and Traders, National of Hartford, Give me a call. , Chickering, Hazelton, Bush & Gcrts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Summer, Kimball, Hinzc, Prince FIA1TOS: Mason & Hamlin, Chicago Cottage, ORCAITS: Kimball, Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, &Son. Sold on And Others. P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. THE BLUE-OUAS- British and Mercantile, " Manchester, MANAGERS, Fire, Commerce Building, Louisville The Pennsylvania Phoenix of Brooklynn. Agents throughout the South, BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf North Special Attention to Mall Orders. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Kepslrd by one of tho most competent workman I ev. er knew, who served many years iu factory learning his trade. All work warranted. Sewing Machines repaired and watrantid. Eaty Payment!. Address, Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its marenal, superior workmanship and low prices. Note "? Ua. XO a nmTflT V JkAl0iMi T.mmmI A mavi4 MWM "a KIRBY, THE INSURANCE JMAN. f'WVstlsllllllllVstBBsSsHMKh. S HEUD OK SOME OP OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw plot flooring at As low as $150 per hundred. Pcifectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at Ii to per hundred. As low s $1 30 per hundred. Allpalterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow pine, poplar, cheitnut and ash, as low at Ji 35 per hundicd. trouble dressed lumber as low as f 1 per hundred. Beauttlul vellow pine finishing lumber, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us vou. orders. T E LANCASTER PLANING MILL, 7J 6t Lancatier. Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Jjpei hundred. STANFORD, KY. Bronaugh, Pror, - THE LADIES. Miss Carrie Por-trr'n 1 de.tre to call your atteutlon to the fact that I am ready to serve you in Drss Mailing in any and all stiles. I take the best fashion Journals should aud keed potted on what ladles give me a wear. trial. and Price reasonable. Come in help none but first class employ . 1 Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1S95 and worthy of consideration. OrablOrchard, - Kentucky. a"j'i;fc"-"Stock. ' Pigs for sale from the best types of Kegiiterd -Breeders tecured from tno beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited - !ySS Atpresentlcanbefoundat residence on Lancaster Strwt. M.SSMARVDuSMlTHv BIOYOIiBS, g W A. C. Sine, Successor to 'I THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains night and day.of any part of town Free ciay. Good Livery Attached Patrons 'aken to Charge. Fare rf Hotel $1.00 per A. H. BASTIN, Prop. They have Prov en a Success. BICCYCUIJEBo XpEt ay ItLJ I will carry a general stock of Building Matt rial and by selling They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Uis.norc nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty Buggies, Surreys and Moiegbod Cultivators, Wagons, Plows Bridles, Whips and Ind nore nice Harness, ever seen here. Hemore Twine than was the public to call and see his stock and gets Logan, Repairer and liu Iderofhar-Sothouse and would be glad to have hi is . Mends Sllon him when wanUog work done. le. I Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. FOB, CASH 85 dollar wheels at 0$ dolHundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty-Five- ; Second-hanwheels very cheap lars; 65 dollar wheels at 50 dollars. Bicycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds done. d OUTLET, Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ever been offered here. I would call special attention to WIRE and SLAT FENCE Made of Oak Pickets, the cheapest and best fence in the market. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, tfihtl ;Vir, ,',tit,i-i W. H. WEAKEN & CO. IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Mill work at City Prices sraaUsVlAn;...! iA.u. .u.-;- i .,,, i;.,.t.-,s-, . ,. Mi. wk. -- .. Jl ifiti.f TwJ.ii.