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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895050701 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. vmvf J '- ' iti-- , "rtV - . "w VOL. XXIII. LANCASTER, Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 7. 1895. COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Rev. Joe H. Hopper gathered '20 into the fold in a meeting at Kirkwoodi Mercer county. jowily j00( 2:0S( Wfl 8oIJ Q Ea8. All lines will sell tickets to tho torn party for t2,000. Christian Endeavor meeting at Uoston -J- ames 0. JMd will put in n water-Ju- ly ' 10-- 1 1, at one fare, good returning melon patch of five acres this year. I yJi" Tbo Now Kngland mile tracks will . . inpii8ta year-boo- k ...oil bIiowb nang up over $200,000 in nurses this sea- a falling oil' in contributions of about son. Yellow Dog is the name of a trotter JSSS.OOO. Tho decrease 'is ascribed to owned in one of the New England harj times. I con-ferenco NO. 20 -- '"M CARRARD CHURCH AFFAIRS. very pleasant visit to friends in Pluevilloand Middlesboro. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you D. C. Payno has a nuw soda fount and is doing quite a business among the dudes and their best girls. The new tobacco factory is now being constructed and it does seem that Crab Orchard will gradually move out to .It is. Baltimore has been selected ns the States. -- B. D. Holtzclaw bought of Hon. next place of meeting of the general J. the depot. The young ladies are making freS. Owsley a bunch of cows and heifers nt of tho Methodist Episcopal quent trips to the depot well now, but 3 cents. Church South. Ryiand T. nnd Directum will come usually stop at the new photograph galAll tho arrangements for the coining Any Shade you like. together in a match race Gnlesburg, on lery nnd have their pictures taken. i resoyterian (joneral Assembly at Pitts Messrs. Bronaugh and Herrin. who un. burg are completed. It will begin May July Not for 10 years have the crop indi- - have been feeding hogs at the James 10, and will be tho largest oyer held in letter. cations of Alabama been so favorable as distillery, will ship on Tuesday to be Dr. W. S. Ueazley, of Crab Orchard, tho world. ready for the Cincinnati market Wedand a graduate of a dental college, will Tho daughter of Allen Adams, of tills Beason. Win. Moreland tells us that ho bos nesday morning. nt an early date como to Lancaster to lo- Madison county, became Insane over reMr. J. II. Collier shipped two cars cate. Then axain will our little city bo ligion. She joined thoflunctitlcitioniste. engaged a number of lambs for Juno 1st of corn and hay to Wm. Fields at Livwell supplied with dontists, having four. This is the second case of the kind with- delivery at Ij. Monroe Salisbury received a cable- ingston Friday. Our town seems to be Mr. Jacob Newland, near old Paint in three days in the samo neighborhood. gram from Nice, Italy, offering J30.000 getting quite a feed market for the Sterling Lock Bracelets, Lick, has obtained seed from some sue James Lawrence, who recently promountain counties. cessful growers and will try and raise fessed sanctiflcation in Clark county, was for Alix, 'im, Shirt Waist Sets, Wool buyors are oilering only 14c There will be two fishing parties coll'ee aa n product. The same plant has too good for this world, eo after broodBelt Buckles, been cultivated in bah Missouri and ing over Its evils, he cut his throat and and a grent many farmers are holding from our town this week, one Tuesday for better prices. and the other Saturday. Most of the Opera Guards. Texas with success. Thin will bo a now went to Kingdom come. Doctor II., a 110,000 pacing horse, fish caught, bo we heard a young lady A Full Line of enterprise for Uarrard, and we know of hlder J. S. Kendrick, of the Chrisno other county in the State that claims tian church, has arranged a list of 3(1 with a record of 2:1 and a trial of 2:10, say, will be dry land suckers. died at Montgomery, Ala. O Misses Ellison and Barnett, of Som to produce this much used article. subjects to be discussed during a series o Fon Salic. Yearliiigs. Shorthorn erset, are gueuts of Mrs. R. II. Bronaugh. V. A. and T. J. Price sold over 100 of gospel meetings which ho will ccn At Prices Beyond Competition and Jerwev bulls. Pure and fashionably Judge Ward Moore returned from Louhead of sheep nt 3 50. Mr. A. D. Ford duct at London, beginning next Monday isville Thursday, whi ra l.e bad beer.; to bred. F. Reid. Stanford. Kv. bought a harness horse of 0. W. evening, Oth. Advocate. Charlie Crow is getting McKinnev dispose of his tobacco crop of last year. for j'JO. J. A. Uroaddus, of Me Mrs. Louisa Godbey, of Middleburg, Mr. Russ Dilllon was in town SaturOreury, bought ot O. P. Stone 10 135 lb has n Bible which was printed in Lon- Belle, 2.291, in good shape. He thinks Bhe will go in 2:20 this season. day receiving congratulations from his I cents. hogs at C. M. Moberly soldi to don in 10S1, 20 years before Kirg James' S. II. Baughmau sold to a St. Louis many friends on the advent of a Bon and A.J. lltcuol sheop and lambs at $'2. Ool. version was beguu. Tho Bible is well party a thoroughbred colt for GrandpaB Tucker and Dillion aro each James Parks bought a nice bunch of preserved and the type is large. It has IS00 cash and 100 out of his first win- using their influence to secure tho vote ahoats o! Win. Wnll at I c. Mr. James been in Mrs. Godbey's family for six ning. of their first r,rand child. Mr. Dillion F. Hack ley sold to Mr. Joe Kmbry, of generations. Western Recorder. Six head of trotting-bre- d stock were aays ho is a republican beyond a doubt, Madison, a fine calf for 150. The Rev. Peter Vinegar preached nt Bold at Richmond by the sheritl forSlGl. while Mr. Tucker is as sure of another The marriage of Lillian, the Ameri- Lexington Sunday taking lor his themo Madison county peoplo evidently don't democratic vote. We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and lacan Duchess of Marlborough,) to Lord "A d- -n hot day " He charged an ad- appreciate trottets. It looks like the time is here for all dies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and meWilliam Ilereaford was read of here with mission of 10 cents and had a good crowd The Richmond Register says that the devout sisters and brothers to go out much interest. The father of the late to hear his oratorical Bky scraping. The Hon. John D. Harris Bold to Weihl 85 into the highways and hedges and hunt dium price ladies' Shoes our 5i 29, St SO and $2 goods are bargains.Duchess was Commodore Cicero Price, day woo illustrative of hia subject and lie export cattle, 1.4G0 pounds, at 51c. The up all the young folks and bring them We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi who mos born ami reared two miles cast had nn easy time Impressing it on hie lot brought 0,500. into the Sunday school. My good folks, um price goods. Our of this placi at the old Price homestead. congregation. men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great bargains The Florida tomato crop, which will here is a work that need your attention Messrs. Ashburn, Johnson, Kd and NaPreacher Penrod, who closed a theo- be ready to ship this week, is reported very much. I really Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing ou think this work poleon Price, of this vicinity, and Mrs. logical discussion with a pariahoner by to be one of the largest that line ever would do more good than a religious re- stock and it costs you nothing to look. Mattie P. Friable and Mrs. J. W. Grunt, shooting him and is in jail at Vanceburg been raised in that State. vival just now. There should be full of this city, are cousins to the former for it, spends tho time in prayer The stakes to the Jessamine countv Sunday schools and at both churches; at distinguished Duchess, now Lady Win. Sunday was permitted to preach on the fair did not fill and they have been re- least the children are here. . Duresford. jail uter-BA large crowd was drawn to opened to close June 1st. The purees Mrs. Cor M. Hives, of Detroit, hear him out of curioeity to see a parson will nlso closo at that time. MATRIM0NIALMATTERS. Mich., Ih here to organize a Tent of the who is so handy with a gun. In 1S91 there were in the United Mrs. Nellio Grant Sartoris denies Order of the Ladies of the Maccabees. It ltov. W. K. Kills made his first np ciuiea io,,-ii- j inucu cows, valued at the report that she is to marry the rebel is said to bo the only Becret fraternal?and pearance on the stage Sunday 35S,09S,G01, and 30.603, 16S oxen Bnd at WalGeneral Douglass. beneficiary organization in existence, ton's Opera House, when he preached a other cattle, valued at $530,789,747. Willie Sima and Mis Hattie Wilcomposed wholly of women (and man- most excellent sermon from the M. F. Elkin bought of A. W. Cartext, We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call liams, aged 10 and 14 respectively, elopaged exclusively by thorn. It is both "Sufficient unto tho day is the evil there- penter a bunch of corn fed cattle at 3 to ed from Peru, Ind., to Jeflereonville and and examine samples and color cards. Trices free. educational and charitable in its works. of." He Bhowed the ain of borrowing 3Jc; of various parties a lot of extra good were married. Mrs. Haves has quite recently organized trouble and of the sorrow tint results heifers nt 3Jc and a bunch of 175 pound W. T. Thurman, who has been astents in Somerset, Junction City and from imaginary woes, and urged his'peo-pi- e hogs at 4c. Stanford. She mado nn addreai Mon The Cincinnati Price Current gives sisting the Belden Bros, in their to look on the bright Bide of thing) business, procured license here day afternoon to show tho objects as well and be cheerful as well aa earnest Chris the total pork packing in the United as the benefits to bo derived from the tians. Regular services will be White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and States for 12 months ended March 1 at and was married Saturday to Miss held in Woods, of Livingston. The couple Oils, sold at a small profit. Order. the same house till the completion of 21,019,000 hogs, for which was paid Remember the Drug Store of will go to Middlesboro to live. The Mr. A. II. Hudson, of IUrbourville, the church improvements. $232,000,000. was the guest of Mr. H. T. Noel ana The Phoenix Hotel Stake at Lexing-to- groom is a widower of 3S, while his bride The two societies of the Presbyterifamily Sunday. Mr. Sam Kvans, of an church, the Ladies' Aid Society and was won by Mr. Byron McClelland's is some 20 years his junior. Florida, is at home on a visit to his un- the Young Ladles' Society, held a joint gfeat colt Halma, who did the distance-o- ne OF A LOCAL NATURE. cle, Mr. G. W. Kvans. Kev. T. II. Camp- foreign missionary meeting and IN VIEW OF- miles in 1:52 last Friday bell left Friday to attend the Baptist afternoon at the beautiful country resi- within a second of the world's record. Conductor Ed Link, of the L &N. New potatoes from Bermuda Bold at was killed at Guthrie by his train. convention at Washington and also to dence of Mrs. II. S. Withers. It is tho visit hia mother in Virginia. Mr. H. II. custom of these societies to devote one f i aud fS per barrel in Northern cities Hon. O. II. Rodes reports the April Crooke, of lUchmond, was in Lancaster afternoon of each month to the discus- last week, while those from Florida Internal revenue collections in this dislast week. Mr. Cyrus Kason and family sion of foreign missionary work, taking brought fO and $7. Florida strawbor-rie- s trict $38 8S5 72. JUL. i, isqS, we offer left recently for Martinsville, Intl., where as a subject some country with its differ William Tillett, who eeduced Miss wero sold at 12 to 25 cts per box, they will reside. MrB. Kdua Wllmoro ent phases of life. The usual program wholesale. Margaret Buckley, of Uigh Bridge, nnd and Mrs. Kella Arnold Hemphill wero was varied Friday with a beautiful and Col. Jno. B. Gaines, in the Auburn Mn oir when indicted, was captured in summoned to Lancaster Sunday by tho entertaining address by Rev. S. M. Lo- Advocate, gives the farmers this advice: Independence, Mo. Everything in our line, such as The city council of Lawrenceburg extreme illness of Mrs. W. A. Arnold. gan, his subject being tho "Tho Unoccu- "Trust in the Lord for a good corn crop, J. Hunt McMurtry has returned from a pied Field of the World.'.' The ladies but don't neglect to plow and keep reduced the liquor license from $500 to business trip through tho West. Mr. were delighted with nil he said, and feel down tho weeds. The Lord made tho $400 and $250 to quart houses. Five saJack Rout, of Stanford, was in our city new courage and fresh to work for birds, you know, but they have to hus- loons and two quart houses pay a revenue to tho city of $2,500. Sunday. Mrs. A. II. Price and Mrs. Kd the Master's cause, after listening to his tle for food." Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Cool miners nnd operators of the Groceries of all Price paid Mrs. Dr. Grant, of Danville, a earnest words. Mr Logan has not only the thousands who go out to kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you visit last week. After a visit to Mrs. greatly endeared himself to his congre- Churchill Downs will see the last of the Jellico district have reached an agree- a large stock to select from. conPascoe, Mr. J. W. Masters and sou have gation, but has now the confidence and famous Kentucky Derbies. This histor. ment ns to prices after a ic event yields to the tendencies of the ference. It was finally decided to keep returned to their home at Hloomington, esteem of the entire community. D. 111. Mr. 0.0. McCord, of Springfield, times and will be supplanted next year in effect the scale adopted last year, with Low Rates to Washington, 0. C. with a race which, still called a Derby, a few minor changes. nnd a candidato for tho democratic nomDuring a difllculty at Paint Lick, Tho Chesapeake & Ohio railway will will be run under other than true Derby for railroad commissioner, was ination here last week. Will O. Owsley, who sell round trip ticket to Washington on conditions. Today's race will bo not engaged in by Thomas Higglnbotbam baa been quite sick since in Richmond, Mpy 7 and 8 at one fare for the round-tri- p, only tho last of Kentucky Derbies, but and an employe named Fdwards, the good 15 days. Persons desiring to really tho last of American Derbies. latter sustained serious injuries. He was brought home Monday. stay longer can have their tickets ex O.-was cut across the head and had his I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluBy tho provisions of bills passed by -bone A boarding house victim gives vent to tended 15 days or more by depositing nearly severed. tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imbis pent up feelings as follows: them with ticket agent of terminal line the N. Y. Legislature, horse racing is alThe Edmonton News has an advertise- possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming "Backward, turn backward, oh, time in Washington. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio lowed in New York State under the bu to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these ment which informs a in thy flight, feed mo gruel again just for railway is tho only line with through pervision of a commission of three members to be appointed by the governor, public that a certain merchant of that goods will arrive in the next few days. I am so weary of train service from Lexington and Blue is absolutely forbidden. place will sell all kinds of "clothing at Bteak, petrified doughnuts and vulcaniz Grass cities to Washington. Don't be but Champion Machines to the front. cost, except Jane's pants." Now we oysters that sleep in tho watery mislead into taking other routes, necesed cake; bath, butter aa Btrong as Goliath of Gath; sitating changes of depots and trains. The farmers are appreciating the merits did not know that Jane wore pants, and A good black slicker S1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3. weary for praying for what I can't eat; Through sleepers cau be secured on writ- of the Champion and are having it. if she does we do not see why she is not Black cape Mcintosh 53.75 worth S5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c chewing up rubber and calling it meat. ten or telegraphic advice to the under Lightest, strongest, simplest and best. willing to dispose of them at cost. Glas- for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for Saves 150 pounds of draft to the horses gow Gazette. Backward, turn backward, for weary I signed. Two fast trains daily, leaving 65c, Si. 10, 'Mrs. Cassandra Inskeep, who died and Youth's 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens am! Giye me a whack at my grand- Lexington 11:40 a. m. and 7 i m., arriv- every time it ties a bundle. Also the suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to mother's jam; let me drink milk that haa ing at Washington 0:50 a. m. and 2:40 i best mower in the world. If you ever near Lexington, left nn estate of $300,-00- S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor Although very wealthy, she alnever been skimmed; let me eat butter m. next day. Tickets will be sold by break or wear out tbo pitman on a made for $12.50 to Si 5, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods Champion it is replaced free of charge. ways did the work about her houso. whoso hair's been trimmed; let me once agents of all connecting lines. Geo. W. At the auction sale of the Victoria are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. pie, and then Barney, District Passenger Agent, Lex- W. L. Withers and R. D. Bruce. more have an Hotel effects in New York, a great picS I'll be willing to curl up and die." ington, Ky. ! m ture of Queen Victoria, which cost to the Democrats of Lincoln County. r Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know "That'B a pretty you were sold for only $130. A New York agency reports that I am a candidate to represent Lincoln count in m m kind enough to leave on my desk," said hotels in tho United States during the the next Legislature o( Kentucky, ".subject to the that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them Specimen Caaoa. Mr. Hamlet to his wife. "It'a very or- past year have been swindled out of action of the Democratic party. I stand squarely lower .than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unS. II. Clifford, New Castel, Wis., was troubled upon the National Democratic platform. Endorse if it is a trifle small." namental, with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have by bill jumpera. $22,119.51 Cleveland and Carlisle. Am for James B, McCre- - was disordered, his liver wasalfected to an alarm"Oh, George," shrieked hia wife, as I have a line of ary lor U. S. Senator and in favor of Free Turndegree, appetite fell away and he was terribly in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. ing A Household Troaaure. reduced in flesh aud strength. Three bottles 01 check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for her husband drew bis pen through the pikes Respectfully, of Canajoharie, Electric Hitters cured him. dainty pieces of ribbon, "you've ruined heD. W. Fuller, Or. King's NewN, Y saystn that M. F. North. always kecys Ducovcry Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Illin the half price. m running sore on his leg of eight years' stand bouse and his family would not be without it, If my new bonnet." Chicago Record. Buclclln'a ArnlcaJSalve. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They procurable. U. A. Dykeman Druggist, Catakill, ing, useu tnree tomes 01 incline Hitters N. Y says that Dr. King's New Discovery is The best talre in the world for cuts, brufiei, boxes of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and hd A special to the Louisville Times undoubtedly the beat Cougn remedy; that he has sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ftver sores, tetter, chap- - Icj; is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawbis are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, O., had five large fever sores on his leg; doctors used In his family Tor eight yeau. and has A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 from Irvine, Estill county, gives the teve. itfaded to do all that is claimed for It. ItWhy t positively curee piles, or no pay repuired. ft la said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric not try anmedyio long tried and tested. Trial guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money ric Uitters and one bat Ilucklen's Arnica Salve worth S3. sequel Buy and sell for Cash.1 Btartliug intelligence that a brass band . bottle Iree at A. K. renny's Drug btore, Regu refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For tale by cured him entirely. Sold by A R. Penny, drugA. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. lar size joe and Ji.oo. gist. haa been organized there. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. after n ca The Indies' MIraionary Society mot Monday afternoon with Mrs Uuo. Den- ny, Sr. "The Jiivenilo Club" was entertain-e- d by M las Mabel Koyston on Saturday nlht at her homo on Itlchtnond street. Kev. Luclon D. Noel, of the Theo-loiSeminary nt Danville, preached the union sermon nt the Presbyterian church Sunday night. A census of the graded school district has just been completed by Mr. James Grillln, of this place. There are 307 children of school age in Lancaster. There are Additions to the Christian church, under the faithful ministry of Klder Gowan, overy few Sundays. There were o Sunday, 2 by conversion and .'J by CRAB ORCHARD. One Gallon of- - Miss Oro Wihnoro is visiting her mother, .Mrs. F. W. Dilllon. Miss Sallie Green has returned home "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ONLY: $1.40'. PER: GALLON. Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. NEW NOVELTIES. 3 1 Over-stre- et UP " TO - B ATid DAiMKS, JEWELER. - SHOE AND CLOTHING. i W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Wall Paper&Alabastine house-painti- ng Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo M9MBERTg0 -- Bal-ne- y . n one-eight- h A.CHANGE FARRIS & HARDIN AT COST FOR CASH WAGONS, PLOWS, HARNESS, z-- al To-da- two-day'- s . i JAMES FHYH HUSTONY'IIXE, KY. J, collar- long-sufferi- t; sole-leath- er pool-Belli- ng CLOTHINGDBBSS I 0. Q-OOID- $11,-00- 0, pen-wipe- '"The 1 tollljiDllftiHI' iiitf,.vjM Maj'flgWiilli-- j VtV; .frij fylwaMg lllrfWjtUlwflriilft1 m jU. 'i.ll it4Wtfjimit!p'mi" imiii i I , tufJt -- i4yfet'3ii Semi-Week- ly i. i v I' fe r--i J V if li Neckwear at Shanks'. Belting Gov. Turney, when Evans waH noted, was struck with rheum itism for waists at Shanks. and when wo wont May 7, 1895 elected on the faco of the returns. Gov. tho heart yesterday,point of death. The Silks 3tanford, Kr.( to press was at tho Turney will bo relnaugnrated Wk call tho ladies attention to the afand the democrats may enjoy the fruits doctors held a consultation yoiterday On. children underwaists at tho Globe was of a victory not even made right by ternoon and pronounced that there W. P. WALTON. Strictly One Price Clothing House, Danmight, but when they get a chance the no chance for him. ville. Mns. G. T. McKohkrts, ot Brodhead, people will put the seal of their condemEverybody made happy. Full house all the time. Comiunation suits with an extra pair nation upon the usurpation and Tennes- is spending a few days with friends here. The Bargains still continue. Mu J V. Frith, of Brodhead, ia More joyful news. of pants and a cap to match to he had at see will take a place in the republican his sister, Mis. Dr. O'Bannon. thoGlobo Strictly One Prico Clothing column at tho next election. Contests Wc arc opening cases of new goods every day. We are right in House, Danville. like this are always deplorable and the CITY AND VICINITY. the swim and so will von be when vou call on us this week. Wc In a letter to Gov. Stone, of Mississsip party which forces them because it has Shirt waist sets and belt buckles are mention a few special things to give you some idea of what we arc ofBelt buckles 50c at Dankn. pi, just made public, President Cleve- tho power always suffers in the long popular as ever. Wo have tho finest run. land frankly answers the criticisms made line ever shown in Stanford. Goods all fering. Shanks'. Percales at In an interview in yesterday's Courier-Journof him with reference to hia determinanew. DankB, the jeweler. . Dress goods at Shanks'. that grand old man, Gov. Simon tion to weed from the public service I. Mack Bruce will bo in the fluid this Bolivar Buckner, expresses himself on men who are hostile to the administraZieglkr shoes at Shanks'. year and will pay as much for your wool tion and appoint only those to ollice tho currency question in bold and unas anybody. He will receive and grade Lost. A black ostrich boa. Leave at who will give it a full support, by saying mistakable terms. Ho is opposed to the his wool himself at the depot. Ladies' ribbed vests 5c, ladies shirt waists 50c, worth 75 c, boys' that there are some officials who devote free coinage of silver and is in favor of this office and receive reward. both gold and Bilver, but believes that an themselves so industriously to vilificaThe horse driven by Mr. and Mrp. waists 15c, ladies' black and fancy hose 5c. Men's extra heavy sox goods are now New stylish up tion and abuse of those under whom attempt to maintain a double standard John Oaks while coming to church Sun- 5c; children's shoes, black and tan, 15c; Children's Oxfords 25c; la. boing Bhown by Danks, the leading jewthey hold office as to Indicate that their must result in monometallism, and that day became frightened near Mr. W. A eler. dies' Oxfords 50c. fidelity can not be trusted for the per- bimetallism is assured only by adherence i HailV, and overturning the bnguy, paiu- making exten- fully bruised up both of the occupants, and that standard, Mr. Geo. D. Hoitkk is formance of their duties in a manner to a single standard, creditable to the administration and who under existing conditions, is the gold sive improvements on his dwelling on Mrs. Oaks beiug probably seriously iu apparently assume they may spend the dollar. His statements are clear and lu- the Danville pike. jured. Tho couplo married only about time they owe the public service in do- cid and ought to put the Bilver lunatics Price two weeks ago. Who said the Globe Strictly One ing political mischief. In the interest of to thinking, if they can think. Clothing House was not offering the best A heavy rain fell Sunday, accompana good government such office holders Gait. William Hkrndon, a leading goods for themone? ied in some parts of the county by strong must not be surprised if they are sum- republican of Lancaster, who was here Worth $1.50; Misses Low Cut Shoes Si, St. 25, $2. Now is your fenmarily dealt with. Turning to the silver Children's knee pants, double at the winds which blew down trees andBrodwater-spothe other day, told us that the republi occurred at chance to get a suit for your boys. Hoys' knee pants suits to 14 question the president expresses surprise knees and seat, at the Globe Strictly One ces. A cans would adopt a sound money plathead raising the creek so rapidly that it yrs. people whose proPrice ClothiDg House. Danville. big lot of that the Southern 75c. Another form for Col. Bradley to tight on. His threw the railroad bridge sewral inches ducts are exported for gold should to any of shirts out of position. needed for idea is to U90 all the silver The best and cheapest stock Another good rain was considerable extent be willing to submit currency, but have it always redeemable and underwear for summer ever seen in falling at 5 last afternoon. T to the disadvantages and loss of silver gold at tho option of the holder and Slanford. Don't fail to examine befoio to content them- in monometallism and The trustees of the Stanford Female then no one will want to exchange it, buying. Severance A Spn. selves with a depreciated and fluctuat.. College met Saturday afternoon to de Just Received. a leaning to that kind of a ing currency while permitting others to We confess to Woven wire and picket fence made of cide upon a principal for tho institution, hope tho demoplatform ourselves and reap a profit from the transmution of the The most eco but failed to coino to a decision. There crats will spike the enemies' gun by de- seasoned oak pickets. Our sale on men's clothing has been so large wc weie forced to replen prices of their productions from silver to nomical fence on the market, manufac- are a dozen or more applicants and some claring for it. ish, so we have them and they arc cheaper than ever. Our $$, $S gold. The letter closes with this warnIt. tured and for sale by A. 0. Sine. of them wero invited to be prevent . ing that should be heeded before it is too is said that there are two men promand Sio suits are the biggest bargains ever offered in Stanford. Don't It SeverDied ok Her Burns. Little Allie, at the next meeting on the loth. late: If we should be forced away from inent in Kentucky politics who are on al of the trustees say they would not fail to sec our samples for our traditional doctrine of sound and the ragged edge of suspense lest their daughter of Duiley Hutchison, died at vote for a man till they see how he safe money, our old antagonist will take names will be brought to light in connec Highland Sunday from the effects of looks. the field on the platform which we aban- tion with Mrs.Fulton Gordon at the trial burns received three weeks ago, we The members of the democratic coundoned, and neither the votes of reckless Should their escapades be venti- learn from Mr. J. 0. Terry. ty committee are urgently requested to democrats nor reckless republicans will lated it will be sure political death for Judoe J. W. Alcorn told a Cincinnati assemble in the circuit court room in Wc represent the well known houses of Fred Kaufman and Kcnach avail to stay their easy marcn to power. them, and to the average Commercial-Gazett- e reporter at LexingThis is as plain as anything can possibly physical death is preferable. The way ton that the silverites in Lincoln county Stanford at 1 r m. Thursday next, May Ullman, Chicago. 0, 1S95, for the transaction of important of the transgressor of the seventh combe. were few and far between, a statement ment is hard and many a man has been which is as true as his other, that the business. The candidates for the demoGov. McCreary has again shown his stranded on the rock, if not ground to cratic nomination for the legislature are county is for McCreary for Senator. influence with the administration by pieces by it. also respectfully requested to be present .. having an order set aside for the benefit There is talk again that tho L. & N at this meeting. L. L. Dawson, chairIn double leads yesterday Mr. Watter will put on a regular passenger train on man democratic county committee. of a constituent. On taking charge of department Gen. fiissell eon calls on the friends of honest money the K. C. from Richmond here, but it is the ruled that the term of a presidential ap- to roll up their sleeves and go to work to not likely that the company will try the Affirmed. A year or two ago Mrs. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictois, pointee was four years, unless char, stem the tide of reckless sentimont that experiment. It lost over 12,000 a month Lucy Ends drew about $2,500 pension would precipitate a money experiment ges of irregularity or offensive partisanarrears. Her children were anxious to T; D. RANEY, Manager. when it ran such a train several years get hold of this money, so they charged ship could be sustained. Last week that must end in democratic disgrace ago. mm Branch Stores: Gov. McCreary went to the department and defeat. that the old lady was incompetent to The pressure on our advertising col- manage the estate and procured an inrefor the head of Postmaster and asked The idle talk about Gov. Brown Powell at Richmond, whose four years signing his office on account of the tragic umns is so great that instead of six we quisition and the appointment of a com- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, do not expire till December, and got it death of his son, has been put to rest by will have to issue an eif?ht page paper mittee for her. Mr. J. N. Menefee was Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. on a charger. Then he had J. B. Willis his own declaration to the contrary. He Friday. Danville merchants appreciate appointed, but Mrs. Ends through her appointed in his stead and be will take also likely remain in the Senatorial race. the value of the Interior Journal as an lawyers, Messrs. Welch and Warren, advertising medium and they will prove took an appeal and Judge Sauiley decharge as soon as the papers can be fixed it by using eight columns next issue. PERSONAL POINTS. up. Mr. Willis held under Mr. Clevecided that there were no grounds for the land's former administration and is a appointment of a committee and Mrs. Mr. TnoxiAB Lasley went to GeorgeWonderful Air Churn. The attenvery popular democrat. His strongest town Friday. tion of buttermakera and others who Ends was permitted to enjoy her estate competitor was Mr. Burt Stockton and Dr. W. B. Penny went to Ashland on wish to handle the greatest seller on earth as she liked. The case was taken to the to decide between them was a very diffi- business Saturday. is called to this churn. The salesman court of appeals. Saturday the decision cult task for Gov. McCreary. It is said Mr. W. L. Withers left yesterday for churned at the Myers House Saturday of Judgo Sauiley was sustained and the that the governor is the administration's Casey with a big line of buggies. and got butter in 2 minutes, 35 seconds. children will have to wait for a division candidate for the U. S. Senate and that Mr. J. M. Alverbon is spending a few Another exhibition Wednesday at 2:30. till the old lady takes a notion to bid AND WE ARE PREPARED farewell 10 sublinary affairs. it will do any thing in the way of official days with his mother in Richmond. Don't fail to see it. . will promote his patronage for him that all the choice thin fabrics to keep you cool. Come and sec our Hombh Wray is assisting T. C. Yeager The city council at its regular meeting With We hear of only ono spirited contest election. The president is a fine judge in his training stable at Danville. made an order that all privies and other beautiful Organdies, Lawns, Dimities, French Ginghams, Sattccns, of men and his selection of Gov. McCrea Mrs. Lizzie Dillon, of Lancaster, has in the turnpike elections Saturday. An disease breeding establishments bn re Jaconet Duchesse, Japancttcs, fancy colored cjwisscs, Jaconctte Plis-seflort was made to oust Mr. B. F. Goode ry to represent him is a high compli- been visiting her sister, Mrs. MHttie moved from along the courso of the St. from the presidency of the Turnersville White Goods in every weave out and a splcndsd collection of Emment worthily bestoweJ. Asaph and the county was ordered to cut k McKinney turnpike with Mr. R Miss Mary Kay was called to Critten-dobroideries and Laces Those who The cock and bnli story sent out from but it was a failure. After run off its sewer from the jail to it. Thu Saturday by the serious illness of Madison that the friends of Col. S. H. an aunt. ning neck and ne:k for a while the old body was fined f 100 at the last circuit court for the condition iu which it perStone, candidate for auditor, would knifo Mrs. Mollie Ingram and children, oi man camo under the string with 107 mitted the stream to stay, and that was Col Bradley because of his alleged oppoHrin, Tenn., are visiting her father, Mr. votes to Cooper's 90 the cause of the action. This tine and sition to him turns out to be a fuke, as Isaac Hamilton. Old and young ladies Ci'MUKRLAND Falls. Mr. E. F. 0.venp, costs were ordered paid at this meeting. In the next 10 days will reap a rich harvest. much of the news from Richmond is of Will H. Burton, of Pittsburg, is proprieter of this charming resort, was The Danvillo & Crab Orchard pike was should see our Perfection Oxfords, and the old and young Saturday Col. late At their convention men can spending a week or so with his father, here Friday getting some printing done given the alternate of moving its toll gate not afford to pass by our Cardovan and Vice Kid Shoes and Bradley wbh unanimously instructed for Mr. Will Burton. ours is He tells us he is preparing to open for out of town or of permitting the resi as was Col. Stone, and if a wave of un Mrs. A. M. Fiiye and Misses Nannie admitted by all who have examined it to be the best fitting, the best plep.snntne8 rolled across the peaceful Frye and Lula Rote, of the West Knd, the season June lo, but that ho is all the dents beyond it who pay their city taxes Come time prepared to entertain fishing par- to pass free of charge. Tho body tied on material and the best made Clothing ever offered in this city. eceue it was not seen. The convention were here shopping Saturday. ties. A party was there last week head- a vote as to whether water pipes should and sec us. Wc will buy your Eggs, your Feathers, your Bacon and money. also declared for sound Mies Linim Owsley spent a few days ed by James B. Owens, of Harrodsburg, piko and Mayor be run up tho cut-owool and pay the very highest market price, and if you want meeting of the Stite Republican with Mies Essie Burch, who gave a littlo and they caught a large number of fine Hocker cut the Gordian knot by voting your The for your wool you can have it at as good if not a better price party in her honor Friday evening. League at Owensboro was sliraly attendfhh, the largest a i lb. bass. After eat- against it. The money long due the money Dr. A. S. Price and Miss Georgia ing the catch all during their etay, they ed. Wood Dunlap was elected presiWator Works Co. was ordered paid, than you can get. dent and resolutions were adopted de- Wrar epent Sunday with tho doctor's took 200 pounds home with them. about $1,000, and other claims were apmanding a freo ballot, as if it was not mother, Mrs. N. B. Price, in Garrard. proved. Miss Jean Buchanan, of Crab Or 9m already free in Kentucky, more liberal For Life. It is usually tho unexBohn to tho wife of James Carter, of spent a day with Miss Essie pected that happens. With the array of chard, pension laws, a protective tariff and a of the State. Not a thing was Burch on her return from Richmond. counsel to befuddle the jury and scores Rowland, a girl. E. P. Woods sold in Cincinnati a carMiss Jennie Kino, of Hustotiville, is of perjured witnesses, there was little said about silver or the money question, evidently preferring visiting tho family of Mr. Dolph Thur-ma- hopo of conviction in the case of Fields load of 200 pound hogs at Mc. the little gathering In the city of Tokio, Japan, there near the city. Columbia Spectator. and Adkins at Barbourville for the asfor the June convention to promulgate are 100 dailies and 300 other periodicals. Mr. J. W. Pehiun is at home for a few sassination of Judge Combs, but they the policy, if it has any. days after a tour of Adair and Cumber- were convicted and given a life sentence. A severe windstorm caused loss of The canning of horse flesh for food is land counties in the interes of the Sin- Too verdict ought to have been death, life and destruction of property in Southto become a staple industry in the West. ger. ern Alabama. Mr. L. L. Dawson and mother, Mrs. however, as the deed was peculiarly A year ago as an experiment a Walla While drunk. Homer Bruce shct condemned take it easy for atrocious. The Walla, Wash., firm canned a quantity of Mary Ann Dawson, leave and rely on the courts to help them out. and killed Paul Johnson, a 10 year-olAll kinds of Wagon, Huggy and Carriage Making and R epainng horse meat and sent it to Franco. The a protracted visit to relatives in Green A motion for a new trial was made with boy at Bedlord, Ind. returns were so satisfactory that it has county, Mo. Methodist Orphans' done in first class style. The Louisville Dr. Lee F. Huki'man and MiBS Annie 21 alleged irregularities to support it. contracted for 5,000 range horses for Homo has Becured a bequest of $500 slaughter, the delivery to begin June 1. Cook Huffman were over from LexingHamsbr, the murderer of Mack Moore, from the estate of the late John W. ProcIt is also thought that there will bo a ton Sunday and spent a very pleasant will not serve the 21 years that the jury tor, of Danville. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic large demand for horBe flesh in Japin. day with relatives. Judge Saufley Alice T. Blair, who deserted her Mrs. I. N. Vauqiian and Frank left found that he should. of the most fastidious in his work because a witneas husband, was stabbed to the heart by Trimmer who will satisfy the taste That women have no charity for the for their Virginia home yesterday after set aside the verdict,drummed up who the man she ran off with in a disreputanamed Sewell was KIELEY. MR. E1PERIEECED FEIETER. einB of their sisters, is again shown in a visit which gave her brothers one of swears that Deuton, who Bwore that he ble house at San Jose, Cal. on the Louisville tragedy. tho sweetest experiences of their lives. comments Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. President Cleveland Ib said to be veof them say that the woman In the roll of honor of Miss Ruth El- saw Hamner and Moore riding tho same horse together at 10 o'clock on tho night ry angry with Vice President Steveneon, delison's bIiooI it should have been Mies was entirely to blame and that she Crisp was in the bed asleep at Senator Blackburn and served the death she Buffered. They Nan. B. Wearen instead of "Misa Nan. of tho killing, ought to have been B. James," as it appeared in our last is- the time. He says he knows it because on abcount of their active work for sildon't think Brown ver. ho spent that night at Danton's. Hamkilled, but tho majority of men think he sue. Forest fires ore raging in the neighThe friends of Miss Jean Buchanan, ner wept like a child when brought out got bis deserts. the popular Crab Orchard hello who so for sentence, and soerned greatly reliev- borhood of Bradford, Pa., and tho inSecretary Carlisle in a letter to a frequently visits her Bister, Mrs. John A. ed when the judge informdd him of his habitants nf Glen Hazel are working friend denies emphatically tho oft re- Haldeman, in this city, will bo pleased to determination, although ho told tho night and day to save their town from peated charges that ho formerly favored hear that she is being royally entertain prisoner that it looked liko ha was jump- destruction. Great damage has been tlonu to tho freo coinage of silver and wrote and ed during a visit to Richmond, where ing from tho frying pan into tho tiro. Is Recoiving His by saying unequivocally: "I she is much admired in society. Two Some further ovidence has been discov- crops in San Joaquin and others counspoke for it, : : have never made a speech or written a brilliant entertainments were given in ered against llamuer and ho may yet ties of tho great California wheat belt by : letter in favor of tho free coinage of sil- her honor this week, 0110 by Mr. and feel the halter draw. Bail was fixed at a new destroyer. It is an insect supposver at the ratio of 10 to l,or iu fact at Mrs. Stanton B. Hume and tho other by $5,000, but this is practically a refusal of ed to be the aphis, which attacks the Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Mies Bessie Miller. Louisville Times. bail, us tho prisoner could not giye $300. . roots of the plants. any ratio." Interior Journal Mr. W. F. McUiaky, superintendent Tan best democrats of Tennessee are down on the action of the Legislature in of public schools, whoso illness has been of Clotiii.s(i at Shanks', THE : BOOM Goes Bravely 6 OR 8 PAGES. visit-itin- g ... to-da- to ... Ladies'. Dongo Congress Shoes $1.25, 1 ut MEN'S CLOTHING to-da- y. SUITS MADE TO ORDER. office-seek- er LOUISVILLE : STORE, post-offi- ce ... STAXTTOHD, KY, Summer is Gome c, Ne-viu- s. n Examine Our Job Counter ff HUGHES & TATE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, n, St. Asaph Carriage Co., & MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. d Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. E. EE Nine-tenth- s 1Sbi mkmi$ij$ilm.A SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. U kM iimim)-"- " 11. Jin.ffn jdiWfrhdii ffnl ilHf -- A r.p . In Ti. y c ? 1 'irir I ' ux. ... !?, , I . .. . ,.rf..l.. fc... -T- .t... .,, ..frim-w- il ,inaHu o. tr n..l - i. W . m,"" 1' -- ' iftrttrlnffO .m I. . hi .ys..;-;--J.,., rtir,bt j. )., .'. ,1a tow, 1,1. -- . V. ..,,,., ,., jv --l". ,iu 'jSjiymflj. It Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukhal - . May 7, 1895 A SIGN FROM HEAVEN IN A Stanford, Ky., ADVENTIST3 OVErt EXCITED PHENOMENON.. TACOMA FORTUNE IN QUICK LUNCH. A Famous Jrrr York Deanery Haa Just Hern Cloned : fji. Standard Rulo 1 KDdDie.. Record 2:19J. ol 1895. 17- 3 Brignoll.outol Parley, she by Caldwell's Par-to- t Ilila.im is a find mulej.ick, 4 years old and is an excellent breeder. He Is is hands, gray in color and It strictly a good one. Will also stand By k"X, 0. W. P. WALTON. TO THE:LADIB9 I A Woman Sera lUlnlinw Around tho Moon She Think, the Millennium la at llanil llelleria It to It In Answer to l'rayrr. Call My Millinery Slock it full and complete ne and examine and ysu willjx sure to buy Spring Hat MISSMCCIE lUCAZLtY, Stanford, Ky w. s. Attorney at Law, Stanford, - - Kentucky, ORce on I.ancaiter Street, oppotile the Court Home. Collection! receive especial attention fS A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, 3& Stanford, (.ffHHffl .2 Ky. Drug Store in the Owiley Building. Office over McRobertt' SPRING AND SUMMER. Something to Beautify the Ladies. New Hate, flowers and lacei Daily onenining We live the ait nralice to the trade thai they will And In our establishment the tame cscluslventss In ttyle of patterns, httt aod bonnet and all the lasting novelties in Millinery for which we ate known throughout the country. I ti trimmer secure! a Thanking you lor patt favors, aolictt your patronage heretofore beetiwad.jaTM 1) DUDUKkAR- KATL DUDDKRAR, ha. firit-cli- for c thewa-to- n. to literally Manager. respect-full- y Homo Sookoro' Excursions TO POINIS I.N MICHIGAN MAY 7TH, 1895, BIG TOX7B. B.OTJTX, l I On Tuesday, May ;th, the Dig Tour Route tell Eicurilon Tickets to points In Michlgsn. at low rate of tht vtry One Fare For The Round Trip . TlcVett good returning as dare from date of aate The lilt four Itoute have unciccllcd lacillti. forr.achiag pointt In Michigan. For lull particulari sddret any agent. 1'att. Traffic Maaager. If ORTH or WIST, Care taken to prevent accidents but retpontible should any occur Lien retained on colts lot tea THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, ton money Msres traded before fact is ascertained makes sason money due. of S500 Day ttallion. 16 hands high foaled In 1890; goet Winner in $too stake at Lexington, won second Morgan Denmark was foaled In 1SS9. He is by money djj p. m stake at Versailles. winner of aeod On Time, son ol Monewall Jackson, tst dam Lady all the gaits perfectly. Full brother to Silver SUNDAY TRAINS. premium and sweepstake at Pans, alto winner of King and the great thow mare. Allie G. MorgaD, by Mont wall Jackson, and dam by VERY OLD COUPLE. 1 omer premiums in 1S93 since wnicn time ne nas Wist Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrive He it by On Time. First dam Mollis Mountz 3rd dam by Matchlesa, 4th by Trantby. been in the stud. at Frankfort iinA, M. Morgan saddle EAGLE III KD is a besutilul brown, with small Leave Franklort 1:3) P. M.j arrive at Thfi Husband Ceilebratte nil Ona Hundred stallion in Denmark is one ol the beat bredand tall by Cabbal's Lexington. Kentucky. Has rood raane star, stands over 16 hands, has a flowing mane ucorgeiownj'ts t. i and Klghth lllrthday, aod hhe I 103. and pood, long, rangy neck Don't fail to tee him. and a heavy tail Leave Frankfort t 30 p m ; arrive Cincinnati Eagle Bird was sued by King Eagle, winner of . DUNBAK, Hubble Ky. 6. April 18 was tlio 0110 hundnsl and 17 p. in. more man 40 oiue ties, Cincinnati 7 30 a m : ttrUe Frankfort eighth birthday of Uncle David Rains, Brown ttallion, 13K hands high; fosled In 1891. ist dam by Star Eagle, cest son ol Cabbell's Lex11.10 a m. Sired by Wools' Kagle Bird. Kirtt dam Moflie ington. Kentucky Midltnd Railway end connec who resides 70 miles south of Arkansas The Mounts, as above. Thit is at fine a horse at you id dam by Hamlet Denmark, son cf Washington tiont form the shortest and cheapest route to all City, Kait, in tho Cliickasaw Natioiu will find in Kentucky and goes all saddle gaits Denmark. I'UIHII IUIII) M,, 4.1M.U .IIU ..V.,. good. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son ol Miller's DenTho most remarkablo fact conneoteti For further information spply to their agentt, mark. C. I). HE HCA W. Gen I'att. Avent. 3716. with this incident was tho presence of Eagle Bird will make the season ol 18)3 at his staGEO. a. llARI'tlt, Rec'r&Gen Supt ble two miles west ol Stanford, his wife, wUo will 60011 bo 103 years the Shelby Sire and grandtlie of 37 in the lilt Geceva S. Frankfort, Ky City pike, at the extremely low price of a 19V4, Ucttte Joneta 19)4. Mattte H. a uV, Soto olL , -- 1...II 19H, Wawona SJarx 1374 hands For 8ix months this old lady has been r. a IB,Charlestonleicpnone a ts, uewara JWheeler, Chester orowoiaiaiuou,dam Daisy, byhigh, sired by a 10)4 1 y o.: Dare. Firtt allace Den Colt. $15 to .,ir VOU ARE GOING.. v Ulck tlmore. Umr has been prohtrated at tho homo of her son, aged Niras ISu a UK, hlkln a as!.. a blue tie winner In many rings in her 3 and 4 year will be required when a Money or cash note 7ft years, and against tho protests of tho BV ALMONT33. old form. living colt It obtained physicians sho got out of bod and with The above stallions will make tbe season of 1895 Eagle Bird ia one of the greatett show horses in 1 dam Lyd, dam of Lady Majolica 1 aj. eeeee all & at hit record in 1S13 wl" attest. As a tho aid of a cano walked a quarter of a 3 dam Fanny, dam of Dolly, dam of Ciarina st my stable mile from Stanford on the Huttou-vlUepl- Kentucky, fine, good at breeder of colored, high styled celts ne 1 30, Onward Director a 17, tire ol 13 mile to participate in tho anniversary at a ai, of 47 in a 30, Thorndale in at&.tlre ol 7 Ina a 30, is not surpassed. tire t Mares from a distance will be lurnished grara tho old homestead. John r Payne, tire of 3 In a 30 after May ist at Si. 30 per month and mutt be paid way large Old man Rains has lived in tho Indian of Hit colls are une, to winand etvliah. Theirtheir at the removal of tbe marcs. Koiog never fails admiration and Colts stand good for season money. Care will be taken to present accidents and country 80 years and is halo and hearty. Marcs from a distance kept at $1 per monthi but will not be retpontible should any ocwith wonderful natural but Ho is more activo than his eon, who ia gamenesa it remarkable,very rapidly. not responsible for accidents. apced and they improve cur. Parting with or removal of mares forfeits the charge of Hoy S. Beailey. Am pre Slalliona in over 76. St. Louis Republic, Insurance. Louiavmc 4 NatHVilic N. It. pare a to handle horset at reasonable prices. B. P. WOODS. E. FARRIS JOE Ezeltod Teachers. and other prizes will lie race horsed in training, mares and yearlings. 8 30s.n1 ; arrive at Letiagton Leave Frankfort 10 4j ft m. Among the mares is imported Mersey, Lear. Frankfort 7 a.m.: arrive Cincinnati at dam of Carbine, with a weanling foal io:kj a m. Lett Frankfort i.jop m arrive Cincinnati by TrentoiL Now York Sun. 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 Bil. BY SECOND JEWEL. 48. Itngton, he by CIsrk'a Mammoth, he by Wight's 1'om Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. Epsom, he Keene's Epsom's This fancy saddle stallion will make the teaton tgomery, dam by Col.Montgomery, by by Old MonCole's Black of 189s at our stable V mile from Milledgeville, bamptou. by Tom Keene's ad dam by by Lincoln county, Ky., on the Stanford A' Mflledge. Compromise, by Tippecanoe, by Black Mogul, by Only Dnect Lite llctween HORSES BY LOTTERY. Hawk, ville pike. Owing to the scarcity ot money we Imp. Warrior. Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, will stand him by Tally's Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. Noteit AuatrmlUn Htock Farm to Its Drawn blocd The above finely bred young jack, For. Living Colt. lines trace twice to the great Warrior whose and family Shorten and quickest between PresA. to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the WarParticulars havo arrived regardiug tho Frankfort, Goorprotown and Paris, Money due when the colt comet or the mare It rior family, with an infusion ol freth Imported dlsiositiou of tho Australian St. Albans Curllalo, Mnyavlllo, Oynthlanu, parted with. Mares grared or fed at reasonable blood close up, has proved a great breeder. Will Out of 5,000 Japanese soldiers in the prices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any stand at JO to Insure a living colt to approved stud, tho projierty of W. R, Wilson, by Falmouth and Oovlntrton. mares and f10 for jennets, without distinction aa occur. Kentucky Midland. Traina a so called Art union. Mr. Wilson is Pescadore Islands, 500 died of cholera. Alk for tickctt vis Gilt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane to sex ol progeny. I will also stand Thlt splendid combined stallion will male the run by Central Standard Time. 0110 of tho liest known racing men and There were 1,000 cases. There is an epir resent season of 189s at the farm of the late L. I. and tail, 15 hands 3 inches high; was fosled Sept. TiraeTabU Dec. 30, 1194, 6, 1886, and ita perlect saddle horse. breeders in tlio antipodes. Ho has in demic of small-po- x in one of the Chi Garner, 3 miles from Crab Orchard, at Gilt Edge was showed as a vyear-ol- d and took No. 1. No j. No. j No. 7. TRAINS EAST 108,000. To neee districts with 3,000 cases already re the Kirkavllle and Danpremium p. a. a. m, p. m vested in his stud over ft. m. to insure a At Colt 4 months old villesweepstake own ring at Harndiburg Thote best$4cotton mule living colt Sam is said to be the and la hit at Lvs Hraolloit A cover this amount and tho heavy cost l 700 Jack in the country. who want to breed to a good taddle ttallion are ported. " Klkaorn....... .... 711 t,0 Brignolia is a red bay stallion, saddle and harness cordially Invited to look at our horte and tee hint 4o B. P. POWELL. " Stamping Uround 7 il JM 9J" 3 IS of tho lottery 135,000 tickets at 1 each combined; 16 hands high: fine style and acti.n move. r. 10 00 iieorjelownu 7 47 5 4S aro to bo subscribed for. and has fine mane and tail He was sired by AbH. was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning .. 10 05 Arr. u. a. uepoi 11 Tlio wholo property is divided into So dallah Messenger, he by Messenger Chiet. ham's lewel, he by eld Waihlngton Denmark THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Pat ia...MM.C 4 )1 30 Brlgnoha's first dam by old Lexington, the fine His first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. 130 lotfl, which will bo offered aa prized ssddle horse. Second dam by Wclla' Crusader, his first dsm by Tlio first prteo will be Stonewall Jackton, he by Washington Denmark, TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No. 9 No. g in tho drawing. ne oy u lac it uenmarx, nu hrtl dam by Urusacier, a. m. p m. ft. B., p m. tlio St. Albans estate. Trenton, son of Lve Parte . C... - 9 45 he by Old Whip, second dam a Rocky Mountain .5 30 Morgan Denmark la a bay stallion, 15K hands ' C. S. Depot -- .1037 "641 Race Record le 30 Musket, one of tho best Australian sires, high. He it iplendldly bred at a glance at his Sire of Gilbert a a8tf. This fine young Jack will serve a limited num- mare. S 43 " ueorgctown 11 10 49 04 ! J will b tho second jrize. Third prizo pedigree will show, lie will make the season of ber of mares at Six Dollars. MADISON SANDIDGB & SON, Winner of the standard-bre- d and sweepstake prem" Stamp'g Uround 10 jo o 17 m,'.i 05 7 03 iums for Season money due if mare it traded or parted trotters at the will lio tho imported stallion Eindsport, 1S05 at m stsble on DanvilleA Lancaster pike t)f 41 Klkhorn Milledgeville, Ky. .1116 40 70 641 World's Fair, 1893. W. S. GARNER, with. miles north ol Hubble, at Arr Frankfort. ..A .11 jo 7 'J too and fourth prizo will bo Robinson Crn-eo733 Crab Orchard, Ky. 13 K.O McCORMICK, D. II. MARTIN, Ce t'l I'att. A Ticktt Agt Ey. Midland R'y, Tho AtlvciilistH of Tacoiim aro greatly cxcitoil over it rainbow urountl tJio moon, which wiw clearly ok'orvcd bv a dozen of thorn on roceiit night after U o'clock. Tho niinlH)v wits first oksorvwl by Mm. Carrio Griiiucll, an earnest Christian woman CO years of ngo. She screamed when hlio Raw it anil called her son. Ho soreaiawl nlao. Thoy awakened n dozen neif,'hl)Ors, most of them lieiug of Airs. (irinnell'H faith. All these havo tried in vain to And a erson who over witnessed tho phenomenon before, Thoy declare it was wholly "different from tho halo around tho moon, which indicates an approaching stonit Tho seven colors wero distinctly visible Tho rainbow was of tho usual width, and tho distanco between it and tho moon seemed alxmt twieo tho width of tho rainbow. Tho strangest jvut of tho matter is that Mrs. Grimiell believe tho rainbow to havo Ihmjii a certain sign that tho coming of Christ is near at hand. Four years ago, while in tho oast, TiLrs. Griimoll becamo acquainted with nomo Adventists. She becamo versed in their Ixdiofs and since then has studied tho Soriptnros diligently. Tlio. rwralt hivs been a deep conviction that tho coming of Christ is near at hand. Her hon vigorously objected to her making known her views, believing they would cauMj other jeoplo uneasiness. For homo timo past, partly in conso quenco of this, .Mrs. Griimoll has been praying for a sign in tho moon that her belief was true. That evening oho had retired early and prayed with unusual earnestness for such sigiL Near her bed is a window. Looking out shortly after her prayer, Mrs, Grinnell Whcld tho rainliow. A Miout voiced her hurpriso. Slocallelhor son, tuid top'tlier they called tho noigh-borMrs. Grinnell believes that her imiy r was answerwL She and many other women who Hvo near her aro diligently reading "Tho Flying Roll," series of sermons by 0110 , James which purorts to havo lieen written at Jerusalem in 1879. "Tho Flying Roll" claims tol-- "God's last to mait" It consists of tho writer's interpretation of tho Scriptures, and particularly thorn jasages which relate to Christ's kvoihI coming. San Frnucixx) Chronicle. 11 11 s. 11 Jew-eelnies-sjige SIHED DY WALSINOHAM 2100, tiro of Latitude 1 Motf snd 7 or 8 others in the list. Thero has just lecii closed in Now In connection York a restaurant 7J feet wide and 05 dam Tiniel by Menen. Tluroc 106, ton of Hambletonlan and tire ot Elaino 3:10 feet long that i?eats only 24. peoplo, and the dam 01 orlaine, yearling record 1 i. A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, a dam Una Hitter to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian 10, tire of Dexter a yet has yielded its owner $800, 000. 3 dam Jesile Sayre by Harry Clay 45, tire of the dame cl St. Julian a ntf, Bodlne a ioJ. Blood bay, 16 hands high and a splendid IndividMany thousands know Dolan's coffeo ana ia more that have produced a 30 trotters; also tire of the dam of ual. They will each stand at $7 to Insuro. hou.so at 3 Park row. It was started in Electioneer tire of 130 in the 1 30 Int. S. M. OWENS. oy HDtrty, ton 01 Lance, by American Kclipie. "'" 18(55, just beforo Barmim's museum, at McKinney, Ky. 9 Walsingham siCo, sire of Naboth. it one of the younifMit tons of George Wllket 319, record a a, who Ann street and Broadway, was burned. Harry Wllket t Wllket ijX, Mike Wilkes a 13, Wilcox a 16, and 61 others In a 30 Dolan first discovered tho valuoof tho slied alto 41 producing i3tf, Guy 19 producing daughter!. Hit; tons and idea. His littlo res"quick lunch" iNo.T"."TiN,l!?,h ' "bl7. nce. ' hndi hluh, loaled June 1888. His pedigree contains the ol Hambletonian, George Wilkw, Mambrino Chief, Pilot. Jr , and Harry Clay. opular. taurant liecitino immediately Will make the preient season at the farm of T. A. Tho highest priced dish was 20 cents Coulter, known aa the Squire Murphy place, j'i $15 for an oyster stow, and tho wholo bill miles fiom Stanford on the Huttonville pike, of faro cost fl. 7ft, including two enps My fine Saddle Stallion, At $7 to Insure a Living Oolt. of coffeo. Tho lato Sojer Flynn was tho only miui who got away with tho wholo Henrv Watterton it a blood bay, isX hands high, foaled May 70, 1891. bilL Will also make the preient seaton of 1S95 at the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS to inture a living bired by Lebanon 560a, he by Red Wilkea 1749, Tho restaurant was nover enlarged, e colt, lie Is elegantly bred and a sure loal getter. I will alto stand one ol the greatest living jiires; has a 30 performers to his credit, aS in 1S91, such as and tho prices wero nover changed. Tlio &C. Prince Wilkes a nil, receipts frequently exceeded $2,000 a 0-003Henry Watterson's ist dam by Bunco No. 17867. week, and in moro than 0110 year wero record a ij; tired Bunco, Jr., pacer, public record On the following terms: I am to have the refuiM of the colt at your price on September t, 1896 de1 it. ubovo 100,000. Tho place has been open ducting of the amount for teaton money, but II the price is not satisfactory to me, I will Henry Watterson Is perfectly sound and 'has a continuously day mid night except sev- take a smooth, frictionless trotting gait, which carries of the amount ailed lor the colt to pay for the seaton. lie is a en hours on Sunday. Onco a barrol of Note Owing 10 the hard Umca and tbe low price of horse ttock, I have greatly reduced seaton fee him over Ithe ground rapidly, fine black grand indiwill also stand my vidual. Jack, Fugar weighing 807 poumls was used in of my horset and jacks, and comideriog their Individuality and breeutng, they tund lower than any in the State. 80 hours just to sweeten tea and coffeo. Stable two mil! South of Huttonvllle, on Moreland & Carpenter" 1 Station pike. Horaco Grooloy used to bo a regular J. K. BAUGHMAN, Huatonvlllo, Ky. customer. So wero Henry J. Raymond, Full tiK handt hizh. 4 years old and hat Droved a Mai ton Marble and Superintendent sure foal getter, lie was sited by W. L. Cald- well's Giant, out of a eood dam. He will also Bynies when ho was a patrolman. Hartuna ry Howard used to swear by tho coffee, Onco four men representing $12,000,000 At $7 for Mares and $10 for JenN. S. H. R. will make the present seaThit fine young sat at ouo tablo in tho littlo eating son at theold Levi Jack Hubble farm, a place noted for nets to Insure a Live Oolt. Sired by Stonewall Jackton, Jr., Harris', by years as the home ol fine Jacks. He is a years old house. well built and fine bone. 1 will stand him at tha Stonewall Jackson 71, by Washington Denmark 64 Tlio old placo must close becauso tho low price of Logic's lit dam by King William T. A. COULTER. Billy, by Washington Denmark by Black Denmark building has been sold, but tho business Second dam by Miller's Denmslk, by Denmark, $5 to Insure a Colt 4 Months Old by Imp. Hedgeford. will continno further up Park row. Third dun br Onstot's Telegraph, by Telegraph, New York World. Maret kept at reasonable rates. -: by Black by 1 Will male the teaioi At t, to Insure a Living Colt. Henry Watterson WILLIAM D L., eighry-thre- six: OR 7 one-fiith O. JCKS, one-fift- h I Logan, 1 LOGIC 917. lmd HIDDEN TREASURE. Ita Miserly Owner Dylna; and Cannot Tell Where It Is. Fully $78,000 lies hidden somewhere near Delaware, O., and tho miserly owner lies on his deathbed from a paralytic stroko, rendering him unablo to divulgo where his hidden wealth is oou-ocnle- tL Clucluuntl audi Frnukfort I. 8. TEVIS, for queeniess. Ho has nlwuys been a Shelby City, Ky money making man and as economical as iHM.siblo in saving it. Several years ago General M. B. Walker of Kenton was engaged to do legal work for Swim, who ti'ion one occasion exhibited to him $78,000 in bills, mostly of Largo denomWill make the season at my place, t miles inations. The fact becamo known, and East ol btanford, at Swim was roblnxL Ho then buried tho rest of his wealth, $15 To Insuro A Living1 Colt. tolling General Walker of tho fact Ho IxSMNod a fino farm valued at $18,000. Pence hat proved himself to be a ol Unless ho regains his speech or uso of both ttyle and speed. His colts have breeder told from his hands to write tho placo of his hid- the pasture, without any training blllt, at (150 to den treasuro tho secret will never bo Jjjo these hard times. known. When questioned concerning tho Maret taken care ol at $1 per month, but not secret placo, ho appear greatly worried retpontible for accidents. A. M. PENCE, Stanlord, Ky. sj and murmurs and tried to uso his hands to indicate tho placo. St Paul Pioneer Pott-OfSc- John Swim is about 70 years of ago, $5 for Mares and $10 for Jennets well known on account of his reputation e Hill's Hawk, Sherman. Fourth dam by Teller'a Drennon, by Brinker's Drennon, by Davy Crockett. Shelby City, Ky. Fifth dam by Oliver, Logic Is a very substantial horse, beautlfal red sorrel with fine mane and tall, which he carries as near to perfection at a horte can. Hat a fine disposition ; drives nicely and for his 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 galtt with high Standard and Registered: i6? bands high; tix head and tall and of extra fine tire. You can see from his pedlg ree that he is a very years old and wel(ni 1,150 pounds. one Emperor tj will make the preient season of 1895 at lighlybred d saddle horte, andLogic that will sire will make the fancy, asddlert. my larm near Shelby City at season at my farm, 4 miles Irom Danville, on the Danville and Stanford turnpike, to JOSIAH BISHOP, English 1 :- Hunter. Combined bay ttallion, 16 hands high; both hind ankles white. Emperor 27. BY ABDALLAH ME8SENGEB dsm the William Lusk taddle mare, by Davy Crocket, ton of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drennon id dam by Higblander. Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger 3 16, Jake a 13 and 7 others better than a 30. ist dam busie by Sentinel a 19 in 1871, tire of Von Amin a 19)4 snd 7 others better than 130, and full brother to Volunteer, a dam Kitty Rivers, g. d. ot Maud Messenger 1 i6,4; by Alexander's Abdallah, sire ot Goldsmith Maid a 14, and the mos AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. prepotent son of Rysdyk's Hxtablctontan. 3 dam by Red Jacket, sire of tne dam of KenA lien retained on colu until payment of ser- tucky Wilkes 3 ai, and ot the g d. of Red Wilkes. By Comet, a ton of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vervice. Logic it stsnding to suit the hard timet. See mont's Black Hawk, founder of the Mortran fam you bleed Pasture at Is Der month ily family, the greatest family of roadsters in the him before Grain led at reasonable rates, which must be paid world. I will stand English Hunter the season of iSqJ oeioie marcs are taken away. at my stable 3 miles from Shelby City, 00 the A. E. HUNDLEY, Knob Lick and Turnersville p.ke at 36 to Insure Danville, Ky a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. 1 will atso stand the excellent young Jack, high-taile- HI GILT EDGE 261. REGISTERED. GOVERNOR ST. JOHN, i c At $10 to Insure a BRIGNOLIA. CI SAM SMALL, 4J $5 to Insure a II I'! Morgan Denmark. CLINTON, JR. Gamtonito 8419. a:i,. Sire of 41 in a 30 1 o, $7 to Insure a Living Colt ROYAL ZING. EAGLE BIRD! Sired by Oambetta Wilkes 2:19. list. Basil oughbred. Duke a 18 and Lady Vsiser, 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, thorUambonlTo 84 19 will ist dam Maud, by Garrard Chief, sire of Vlr-gini- Csoiral Park, at tbe low make the season of 1893 price of at H Eat l.ve Eaglet. $25 to Insure a Living Oolt Gambonita a I9K1 the handsome black son ol that great young tire, Gambetta Wilkes a 19K, has been declsred by the highest authority, and after going through the most trying tests, the finest and most perfect specimen ot standard bred Hotting stallion that lives. Gambonito wears the official seal as being the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, and all who have seen the kingly form and lordly bearing of this proud monarch of tho equine world know now justly the mantle so long and so worthily worn by Mambrlno'Klng belongs to thit grand production of Kentucky horsemanship. Gambonito la ajct black stallion, just 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, and as an individual worthily wears the title, "the 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 in harness. Thus he wat winner of the two most important prizes offered at the World's Columbian Exposition. His first colt, Gilbert a S, 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 and tee his colls; they will speak for themselves. ABDALLAH MAMBRINO, Chester Denmark. 1 ijo, in, Insurea Living $10 to Insure a Live Colt. Is the line for you, at iti Double Daily Trains Makedoie connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointi. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH For any information enquire of Tlio married women teachers of Illia mare with Will serve mares nois aro in a stato of excitement over foal. Washington at $13 to insure hands finely is black, tjJJ tho introduction of a bill in tho legisla- formed, has a fine mane and tail, and is a perfect well horse. natural ture which prohibits their employment atSired at a Cromwellsaddle Washington Denmark. by by in tho publio Bchools. Tliero aro about Cromwellt dam by Old John Dillard. Washington's dam by Halcom, ad dam by Crusader, 3d 400 such women in Chicago alone, t dam by Cocktpur. I consider th.aone of the Philadelphia Ledger. horses In Kentucky and hit family on both fin-ea- WASHINGTON 54. THORNTON STAR. 1014 Saddle Horse Register. Mahogony bay, ij hands, sound in every par icular. Foaled May, 1891. Sired by RED PRINCE is. bv SeconJ lewel a.. by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64, by Gaines' Denmark 61, by Denmark F. S., by Imported Hedgelord. lit dam Diamond c.14. a brown mare), 16 bands, by Nobby 3S, sire of Nobby, Jr., 115, by Garrard Chief, sue of Basil Duke a aSH, by Mambrino uniei, anu me asms 01 uambomto a 19, world .nui'iuu, ,uu mut 1 ci.r, iisia 01 3 in a 30 or better, ad dam Old Diamond $13, by Len Rogers. 3d dam by Gaston's Lafayette. Thornton Star is the kind to breed to. Ynu find on his sire's side he runs back to imp, Utdgeford. On Is dam's side he has the trotung cross of Nob by, by Mambrino Chief 11, and is the sirs of two .30 rotiert ; Dtsmes Nobby is sire of a great many four best saddle hones, and 11 a rnrittrrrA A. die stallion and also trotting stud. uumond,tne dam ot Thornton Star, Is 16 bands and Is one ol the finest mares In Kentucky She it a noted thow mare with great style and action. His snd dam wat 16 hands and as fine as anybody's. Thornton Star was exhibited last year as a old at quite a number of Kentucky inirsana oniy incioeieat once or twice, always being a contending horse in the saddle stakes. Be will, I think, this coming season be the boss among saddle stallions. i.nd the horse that beats him will make his owner proud of the job. He is fine in every particular; goes all the gaits snd can do every thing nght to a letter, as it should be. Will serve a limited number of niares At $15 To Insure, or J 10 cash time of service. Note If mares bred and in loal should change hands, money due at that time. Marcs kept at reasonable rates, out not responsible for accidents should any occur. 9 1 Denmark, Connauglit 2d 3512 Wallace 55. training trots under Happy HollTlal JOES. RICK. Acent, Stanford, Ky THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L la a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. It contain! tho Lost of everything going. HE.N-KWATTERSON U the edito?. Y PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIER.JOURNAL make. Very liberal tcrmt to agent., and givca free pre. miumt for clubt. Sample copiei of the paper and (our page Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Write to Tho governor of Bolivia has cut down his own salary, reduced tho pay of 19 state officers and di.sponnod with 13 offices, thereby saving to tlio people 13 salaries. Ho is standing up to his campaign promises liko a man. Dallas News. A Ilrltlsli Joke. Tlio rejwrt that n Now York daily is exerimenting with typo uiado of glass was doubtless inspired by tho hope'that tho averago reader may yot bo able to soo through sonio of those American jokes. British Printer. nows-paper The COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. The ken of hereafter its "tho tree planters' stato," and not its "tho bug eaters' state." Tho legislature has enacted a statuto to that effect. Hartford Cou-rout The Tree l'lautere' State. Nobra&ka desires to bo known and spo- Semi Weekly Interior Journal, And The Twice aa Good. Weekly Will be Courier-Journ- al I d sent one year to any address fox 92 7B. W.P.WALTON, I tend tho Baltic canal opeuiug festivities ft tAl rrtxi,- la lviittn.. tltfi.l tlLTI Vaw Yark Telegram, Four LJnitetl States warships will at- hands high. Thit fine imported Hackney stallion will make By Sumpter Denmark, Jr., he by Godda'd't the seaton of 1895 at my farm on the Crab Orchard Stanford, known at the Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, pike three miles Irom tides has producod the best saddle horses in the John M. Hail farm, and will serve mares he by the ra horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge-for- d . btate. He has proven himself as good a producer as any of his tamily. He and nit colli, 1 darr annie Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, he Colt. oy Todhunttr't air wiallace, he by bir At- age, have taken more premiums than any horse in tbe State. It it not at all improbable, bert. thoroughbred Money due when the fsct is ascertained or mare 's dam . by Ylrglnius, dam of Viri einlut by if not already true, that in a few more years the monetary value ot bis colts will be greater than parted with. Whlp- by, thoroughbred; he by Connaught ad 331a is a fine individual and posthoroughbred. that of any other stallion. sesses the finest action ol any horse in the coun- 3 dam ..a Whip mare try. The Hackney is noted the country over for style, action and endurance. They have been bred for these qualities for over too years. Connsuqht. ad wss bred by James Coker, of Sjn of Clay 4779, son ot Electioneer, sire of 149 Beetley Hall. East Dereham, Norfolk. Wasairtd in the a to liat. by Victor of Bee tley 1857. Dam Bonnie 1913, by Dam Ktlle. by Abdallah Mambrino, sire of Lark imported the first and only mare that has five foals in the Highflyer 1006. He waaIndiana, by A. H. ThompSixteen hands high. By Wallace Denmark jj, aao list. Iaik produced Reward J. 1 10K. Tele- son, of Crawfordtvllle.think the June 3 1893 Hackney crossed Testimonial: We phone a 15, bigma Nu 117)4, Mlu Rachel a so, with Kentucky mares will make good sellers and See pedigree ol Wallace Denmark 33. Wawona a 19, Wllkiemont a a3, Annie Carey good t dam Mag 37, by Vidette, by Yindex, by Blood's . horses for the Eastern market. Black Hawk he by Old Black Hawk. Vidette's a 3$. Average of five 1 Thomas, Lexington: I.ik first dam by Whip, id dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old E. D Pindliton. Norfolk, Va. Tiger. Yindex's tit dam by Mambrino Chief Call and aee thit excellent ttallion. it, id dam bv Old Bay Messenger, 3d dsm by LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE CO.. Cannon's Whip. By A. K. Moukrlv, Stanford, Ky. inches high. Shetland Pony, forty-on- e a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod hunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. w. B. JONES. T J NKS, MQR. J. Maple 3 dam by Virgtnlus, he by Mason's Whip, thoroughbred. 4 dam a Whip maro. mile covered track. Seventy-fiv- e large boxatalls. Three Annual Combination Sales. Five minutes walk from the depot. Hones handled fot spesd, broken to saddle and Stock committed to tuy care and breeding iU harness, prepared for sale and sold on commls receive my personal attention. Grass furnished sion. at reasonable rates, to be paid be lore removal of Jersey Cattle, Shetland Ponies. Sole proprietors Dean's Black Diamond Roo stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes Imp. registered Berkshire Hogs, Shropshire Sheep, Paint. Estimates furnisned for painting Wood, Parting with stock forfeits insurance. Red Pigs for sale. Metal and lion Rooft. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. All roofs painted with Dean's Blsck Diamond E. P. FAULCONER, J. STEELE CARPENTER, a guaranteed for yeart. Dealers in bett Paint Danville, Boyle County, Ky. Pumps and Galvanised Iron filters. Huttonville, Ky. con-tieri- Goes all the gaits to perfection and without auy a 40. Kitleeu and three-quarte- rs At $10 to Insure a Living Tran-Mason- IQUIQUE 19002. $10 the Insurance. J, TURNER. Park Kindergarten. One-eigh- th J02TX3 BROS., Stanford, Ky. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, $10 the Insurance. WM. M. RUE. Danville. H 4 V? els-er- 67-i- m lt,4lfy"f.ihy'(-- : w I Semi-Week- ly Aii MtflU ip TPTf1 "Wh Interior Journal THE RAGE EOR SILKS May 7, 1985 THEY ARE CHEAP, PRETTY AND SEQUENTLY POPULAR. CON- Stanford, Ky., - E. C. Walton, Business Manager Universality Notice to or Silk Waists find Klbbona. New Woolen For Ltiilit Spring Wear. Chllilrrn's Coat Light nnil Dark Serge. Gulmpc Tor Little Ones. 1S05, 1 n- - Lft- - to. If silkworms havo any personal pritlo at all, it ought to boat its highest point On SATURDAY JUNK i, 1895, the Hoard of Directors of the Mcnticcllo & Burnside Turnpike in theso days, for novor siuoo tho world Co. will open and consldtr sealed bids and award contracts lor the construction of Four Miles of began is silk worn so extensively as Turnpike Road In four sections, according to now, nor has it over been so choap. Alplans and speci6catlons in ollie. Terms, 80 per cent cash on monthly estimates and remainder most everybody has silk waists, gowns on completion of contract. and separate, skirts of silk, and if it Address, JOHN W. TUTTLE, Agt., Monticello, Ky. goes on like this thco Indies who wear to7t ginghams and lawns will bo tho elite. But oven sho who wears cqtton gowns silk ribbons, for ribbons are. WANTED ALLTHEWOOL must havo at garnituro this soasou with to bo used n hand as liberal as nnturo's is in tho In Lincoln county. Money and tacks ready. Pri:-nobject. All I ask is a chance, at it. You wi'l adorning of this onrth with gTcon loaves. lose money ii you sell belore seeing me or one of Everything must havo ribbon, from my agents. Call on E. O. Singleton, Turnersville; John Ellis. Hustonville: Kins & Piultt. More- - hat to shoo, both visiblo and invisiblo land, Jonah Bishop at his home: Win. McKln-ncMt. Salrm I. M. IMrha-M.ddleburg, or garments, ail of which makes it good myself at MiKinney for tho manufacturers. Tho newest style F M.WARE. of ribbon garnituro is to havo enormous bows at tho bottom of tho skirt, with GEO. D COO PER. JAMES H YEASER. tho ends pointing upward. Theso are whon tho ribbon is wide. Whon it is 8c narrow or of medium width, it is down tho skirt in two to six bands, -- ..Proprietors of each ending in a bow at tho bottom. Thcro aro n'so clusters of loops, each a little, longer than the other, set each sido STANFORD, KY of tho waist, and with rather short Having bought of P. W Green his Llverv busends. Tho loops aro arrangod so as to iness and added new buggies and horses, we are stand up rathor rounding instead of Hat prepared to furnish Tho effect is to mako a waist look slenFIRST-CLAS- S der nnd trim. Often thoro aro very full TURNOUTS On short notice. The traveling public will find rosettes uiado of chiffon or silk tissuo, us always ready and willing to furnish Drumwith long ribbon cuds. Thochrysuntho-mumers' wagons, either aingle or double, or Carnrosettes aro sot on shoulders, and ages of ailkinds at ery LOW PRICES. The boy tin and around town will also find u the peo from thom aro drawn ends of ribbon to pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and ve a point in tho center both front and back, ond hero from anothor rosotto hide will be well cared for. YEAGER S COOPER falls a whole lot of loops nnd ends, not Sy Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky very deep, but overlapping each other nearly to tho edgo in every case. Thoro aro somo quoer shaped flat oval rosottes made by gathering tho now double faced Let your Painting, Paperirg and Ca'cimining un- heavy corded batiu ribbons in tho midtil you see Ilelden Brothers. We furnish thorn round nnd round material and guarantee first class work, or no dle and money. Address, S'anford, Ky. 101. and stitching thom to a stifllsh foundation, so that they will lio nearly flat Thoy look moro liko ugly buttons than 'Bread is the Staff of Iiife" rosottes. Ono gown mado of Lincoln green THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. satin duchess, with wbito laco epaulets over silk of tho eamo shade, bad five of tboso on each shouldor, others set around tho neckband and three very largo ones down tho front of tho blouso waist. Tho skirt was mado quito plain, with two bonds down tho front and two sprawling bows of ribbon of tho same color. Qreen is a very groat favorite evon in bright tints and shades, and one may almost call it tho leading spring color. It is soon in every variety of material. Quito a "goodish" bit of green sattn is seen in spring gowns, genorally minglod with some other material. It is perhaps moro striking than any other silken fabric as a gown under a perforated overdress, tho gleam of tho satin showing through tho openings far better than iridescent silks. fcZgAways Reliable. Among tho now woolens for light viake the LIGHTEST BREAD. spring wear thero is uono prottier or moro than tho SWEETEST CAKES, crystalgenerally satisfactory or black. mohairs in colors WHITEST BISCUITS. Somo call thom brillinntincs on account of their luster. Ono enmo under For Sale by my notice yesterday. It wns a pale blue, : : with a paquin skirt Thoro woro two clawliko plastrons of Prussian bluo Dealer in General Merchandise, velvet on tho upper part of tho skirt, starting at the belt. Tho bolt was nar- row, of stiffened velvet nnd fastened with two silver buttons. Tho waist was a blouse, with an insot of tho vclvot, and double velvet caps on tho shoulders. Tho collar was of velvet, with two clnsed buttons liko those on tho vest. The brilliantino is not worn very much ALIbw TnihiiiTB in tho street as yet, butdoubtloss it will be later. Tho light gold color looks -COPYRIGHTS. positively nietallio in tho sunshine. For a CA1V I OnTAIN A PATENT prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to Given such n gown as this, with flutterHI U N N fc CO., who have had nearly Hftr j ears' ing ribbons, ngirl would look liko a livexperience In the patent business. Communications strictly confidential. A Ilnniltinok of In ing picture of tho very latost stylo. formation concerning Pntrntn and how to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan The plain faced, changeable. tafTota leal and scientific boots sent free. is in favor again, nnd to cut tho new Patents taken through Munn & Co. rccelTO ho Scientific Amerlrnn, and pedal notice In t skirts in propor stylo thoy aro mado in tbns are brought widely before the public without coat to the Inventor. This splendid paper. doublo widths. The samo brilliant tints Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In tho aro shown, and no apparent effect of a year, baniple conies sent free. world. toning down their brilliancy is mado. In Bending Edition, monthly, flso a year. Hlngle copies, 'Jli cents. Kvery number contains beaufact, this is to bo a season filled full tiful plate, tn colors, and photographs of new bouses, with plana, enabling builders to show the and to overflowing with bright color. secure contracts. Address latest designs andNEW YOUK, MUNN & CO- 3U1 BUO&VWAT. The plainest goods show daring combinations undreamed of for tho last two generations. Thoro is a new and quiet jacquard wonvo of silk, and silk warp goods called Trilby, which is likely to sharo in tho popularity of the famous book. Tho material itself is liko light AND a colored silk warp honriotta with jac-- , quard weave, which means a rich sort of self colored brocado. It is quaint and rathor mediaeval in appearanco. It is best adapted for street and traveling. In this caso it can bo made up with a skirt y, Turnpike Contractors. Copyright, by American Press Asocia-tlon.- ) and n full capo fastened nt tho nook under n flat collar mado of velvet A littlo volvot may also bo used in various ways g ns finishing touches. Tho goods not heavy enough for warmth, it should bo lined with light surah to match tho solor. Contrast in this iustauco is to bo avoided. Children's coats mado of tho Trilby aloth oro very Short coats, loug coats, and, in fact, all sorts of littlo wraps, nro exceedingly protty in this quaint stuff. Mado with largo slooves, with short waists, buckles or lnrgo pearl buttons and worn with picturo hats, bo-in- Dentist, Stanford, aiBSSSl'CS Ky. Office en Main Street, DR. W. B. FENinZT, FIRE INSURANCE. North British and Mercantile, Manchester, The Pennsylvania Fire, Phcunix of Brooklynn. Firman's'. Fund, Mechanics and Traders, National of Hartford, Give me a call. a Opposite the -- Post-Offi- MAPLE SYRUP. to C. L. V.v 94 Catter, Hedgmlle, Ky. J. B. HIGGINS, ...Dealers n KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN., THE All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. The Myers House, P. W. GKEEN. Proprietor. Queen &Crescent ROUTE readies the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly nppointctl through trains. Day Coaches nntl SlecpitiR Cars through to Hnrmnnti, Chattanooga, AtUlla, Ilinninghatn, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macoti, ami Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to knoxvtllc, Hot bpnngs nntl Ashcvillc; nntl from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vtcksburg, Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to I.os Angeles antl and Shrcveport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico ntul California, r faft via New Orleans or via Shrevcport. Short Line from the Uluc Grass Cities to Cincinnati C 1 Jt(T" rrce ninor sEtbCJ witn ever' accommodation 10 patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor ami Observa- tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington nnd Chattanooga. ' W. O. Rineanon, ChM. W. Zoll, Q. l'.Ji., Cmcwnaf, 0. Wc. Patt'r Agt., Clndnnaff-- 0. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. I am still running this n Hotel and will continue to $vt my guests lh points! alien as w:ll as the best the market affords. ip thoro Yeager rf r?jfr Special Attention to the Traveling Public. rJ Cooper, TWO WAYS OF WEAR1N0 THE SAME FROCK. car-Tie- d Livery and Feed Stable. DOH'T firs'-cla- ss twif-tin- Ballard's OBELISK FlOUr & KKKr P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, tho back only. - - - Kentucky. Tho light and dark colorod serges London, contiuuo to bo tho favorito material for I tare moved to my new Hotel and am bettsi littlo girls. Tho hairliuo fancies aro Stcpared than ever to accommodate the public attached and every convenience At Tho full ursd. Give ma nlso very neat and dainty. calL. baby waist is tho best liked of nny kind FRANK R1LIV. tl of waist for children of all sizes. Somo are mado with different yokes, somo of NATIONAL BANK them havo yokes of tho sauio material I am now ready to deliver tee trom the Manford Or STANFORD. KY. Water, Lljht and Ice Company's Factory nnd others hno gnimpos of whito or light china silk. In one largo plnco deCall and exanine my work before .ravine vour Capital Stock repainted. am voted to children's needs thoro woro cainaire in whlcb fine worklocated in (he only shop At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds In town can be done and win 21 shown two gowns mado on tho same be here permanently. I solicit a share ol your Anil over andc a pound for to pounds and up Surplus to 100 model nnd yot nppoaring so vory differ- patronage which will endeavor to merit by first class workmanship and fair treatment of all. Shop Hills due iitof each monih Attention of the public la invited to the tail ent that they aro worth sponial descrip- in Mershon & Greer's shop on Someisct street K. HRKMKK. Manlord that this is the only National Rank in Stanford A H. KINLLY, Stanfcrd, Ky. 3n tion for mothers' needs. One was of Under the provisions of the National Hank Ac- depositors are secured no only by the capital snuff brown nnd silver hairliuo novelty, stock, but bv the stockholders liability tor aa M. Ncwlind, with n plain straight skirt, gathered W. S. Burch. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors el Atty. at Law. Deputy Sheriff this instltuuon are secured by a faad of $400,00. full to n bolt. Thoro was a yoko mado ARK ' Five sworn statements of thecondition of the beak of finely plaited silk a shado darker & ' are made each yearto the United States govera CORDIALLY : and its assets are esamined at stated tttaes) than tho dress. Tho slooves woro of tho Ioenl agents, thus securing additiloaa wool. All around tho bottom at interTo call and eiamine my frpriss; Millinery, which and perfect safety 10 depositors. Coneral . .1.1.11. h.4 I an openmK up. I pride myself that it is well IV tk. I..i.,..i1a. m...-.vals of a quarter of a yard woro flat It is bound to please. Ilavina; Deposit Hank of Stanford In lijl, then bands of light liavana brown moiro rib- Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, selected luand that MU IWIB irtciiiiiixu fcf , ivi ued as the National Dank ol Stanford in iM aad UUUKIll bon, with fancy bows set upon tho upthe Hirst Nattoaal Uaak ol We offer our lervicis to the public to do a gen, casn, I can e:i at the lowest pcxuiDie prices. An agsio Sunlord in lilt, has had practically an uninterper edgo. Thero was a wider ribbon for eral Collecting Itusiness. Accounts, Dotes, etc. elimination will convince you. A. .McKlNXEV. 6 MUS A rupted esistcoceof is M. It is better supplied ti 6m belt and waist garnituro, with any collected in all parta ot the county. now with facilities lor transacting business prompt jy and liberally than aver before ia its long and amount of bows, set wherover they honorable csreer. Accounts of corporations, fiducould bo placed. Tho companion frock ciaries, arms and Individuals respectfully X. : : was of rather a light bluo shado of serge The Directory of this Hank is compoaed ol AttornoyJatLaw, mado in precisely tho samo way, only Foicstus Head, Lincoln county; - that tho yoko and slooves woro of palo S T Hams, Lincoln; applo green silk. Tho combination was HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. J II Colliei, Lincoln; and AssignWill act as Kiccutor,Admlnistrator unusual, but aftor all, a ploasing ono. J W Hayden, Stanford; ee people cl S II, Haughtnan J Lincoln; All tho ribbon bows and bands in this Offers his services o the Full stock WestCoffins of Fs and Casey Counties. Special attention tglvento Settle nents of J S. Mocker, Stanford; frock were mado of applo groen moiro and Caskets always on hand. ates, as Attorney and Mle and Division of D h. Carpenter, Manager. 95 W. A. Trlbbls. Stafford; infants' Lands. ribbon. Tho sleeves ond yoko wero Office on Lancaster St, over Supt.(W. K. McCla- M. D. Elmore, Stanford; from tho rest of tho garment, and rysomce. 90 T P Hill, Hiaaford; later a thin muslin guimpo may bo K. L. Tanncr,;McKinney; Gnimpos will bo much worn by A. O. Lasha B. Cattleman. fekn M. J. Miller, Ml. Verton.Ky I will go to any place where there are six or children all this season, spring and more cattle uehorn. I do the work J. S. Hocker, Prealdent; with the to summer. Heniuette Rousseau. Lightnlrg Dehoraer. Can dehorn any cow in J no. ). McRoberts, Cashier; is nothing moro dclioiously quaint. Somo of tho short jackets linvo full backs bolted in at tho waist lino in THE RILEY HOUSE S5c5i WagS? Cstrriage Painter. 1 1 ICE I FIRST 9200,000 ,300 I I THE LADIES ll. Buroh. ITowlsmd, INVITED Collectors, II aa U J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, Wllo Vnmoa, solic-te- d. Staniord. Kentucky. l.io-co- ln Bop-ora- to sub-situte- Dlhorxi Tour Csvttl. HIS BETTER HALF. Mme. de Lomt, Wife of tho New Spanish Minister. J. C. TLOItlJlTCE, Kentucky. Stanford, Society in Washington has a valuablo acquisition in Mmo. do Lomo, wifo of tho new Spanish minister, Henry Dupuy do Lomo. Sho not only possesses in raro moasuro tho beauty of hor country women, but with a husband whoso social nnd literary qualifications nro so uotnblo her homo is likely to provo th" center of n very brilliant circlo this Senor do Lomo is a man of winter. three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dots not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. It Is the only humane way to dehorn Does not punish the animal like the saw, and the wound gets well aa quick again as that made by the saw. For furtner icformation, call on G. A. FK Yl ON, btanforit, Ky. Sec the Lighting Pruning Hook. 101. M. S, ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. A A.McKinney, Asst. C ashler Insurance Company Farmers Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Co Bavghmsn. J. W. Bai'ciimak OT STANFORD, KY., Isaovrfully2orgaoifdsd resdy for business wit a M.S.&J.W.Baughman, BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf MANAGERS, rnormiTom $200,000. iOOOO. LIVERV, FEED & SALE Agents throughout the South STABLE, Kentucky. t7. !. TBXBSLE, Locil Agent, Stanford, II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See u for rates. In our first-class Commerce Building, Louisville Surplus, . SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. BANK OK STANIORD, assets and undsi she isisi management Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected at aie depositors in NstioaaJ Banks, its shareholders being held individually liaole to the client ol tu "amount of their stock thereto at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act at esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at ta individual To thota who entrusted their buisinets to at while raniglnjc the Lincoln National Bank ol Staniord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, ottering ss a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yean' eipenence la banking and at liberal accommodations as arc with sound banking cos-siste- nt Now closing up) with the same STANFORD, KY KV3OT W HARNESS SHOP Saddles, Have your repairing dono b) our man, he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our A-- TO THE LADIES. I desire to call your attcution to the fact that I im ready to serve you In Dress Making in any and all stiles. I take the best fjishton Journal snd keed polled on what ladles should wear. Come in and Hive me a trial Prices reasonahln 1 employ none but first class help At ptetent 1 can be found at Miss Carrie Porter's residence on Lancaster Street. MISS MA KYI) SMITH, Respectfully, Stanford, Ky. 77.6m You will find a good assortment of Harness, llri-die- s, BLACKSMITH SHOP. guarantee prices. Tiy our Will first-cla- work and satisfactory horse shoer. DIKICTORl; TO THIS CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. m J J. Williams, Mt. Vernoo; THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains nlirht and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Good day. . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S 'A ), Embry, Stanford; J. I). Owsley, Stanford; F. Cash, Stanford; J. The Kew Lancaster Planing MME. DE LOME. Mill, Lively Attached. ii-o- m Fare of Hotel $roo per A. II IIAS'IIN, Prop. NORFOLK . Lancaster, Ky., WESTERN RAILROAD. WISCONSIN, TICKETS ALL POINTS: 1 -- OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, SE WEST, NORTH-WEST, l SJ jftt ?k 7mV S0UTB-WE- S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE profound sympathy with all charitable Is now n full operation, and invites the attention enterprises, and whilo at Montevideo of the builders of Lincoln county to its material, founded the Spanish hospital, raising in superior workmanship and low prices. Note a siuglo year $50,000 in its behalf. His SOME OUR wifo is distinguished for charitablo imyellnw pulses, and although a woman of fash- Perfectly clear poplar or as $1 50pin flooring at per hundred, hundred. As low ion and beauty loses no opportunity to tipei clear yellow poplar weather boarding at 1 1.50 per hundred. As lour as ft 30 per hundred. o promote enterprises looking to tho Alfpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow of tho unfortunate While at Bue- pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low aa J1.35 per as low nos Ayres she conducted a memorial hundred. Double dressed lumberfinishing aa f per lumber, hundred. Ueautitul vellow pine festival which resulted in socuring quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving ut you. 0,000 for a charitablo object Minister orders. K LANCASTER PLANING MILL, T do Lomo is a man of most engaging Lancaster. 73 6nr manuors and of great dignity, without the slightest pretension, being ascourto-ou- s and genial to inferiors as to his equals. He speaks English with groat fluenoy and is master of Fronch He is Successor to activo and alort in tho performance of all public duties and it is regarded as fortunate that ho has been appointed as minister to this country at a tiraowben he will be able to contribute to thosuo-ces- s of tho great Columbian festival, in which Spain has an equal interest with ourselves. William Gooch, Staniord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllltdgeville, W. H. Cummins, Preachers i lit S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J. B. Owsity, Cashier, W.M. Bright, Telex OP PRICES: wol-far- HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Harper's Magann-- , One Year 4400 ' , Has more nice Furniture than was ever in Hus- Harper's Weekly, M., 4 tonville. More pretty Ilugf(!s, Surreys and Harper's lUiar, 4 00 Phaetons, Moie good Cultivators. Wagons, Plows and more nice Harness, llridles, Whips and more Hutper's Young People-- ' .........(....at 4 co Binder Twine than was ever seen here. He inPostage Iree to all subscribers in the United see hla stock and get vites the public to call and prices, bam Logan, Repairer and lluilder of har- States, Canada and Meiico. ness, is in my house and would be glad to have his Address HAKPKK & liROlHIRS, friends call on him when wanting work done. I'. O. Boa 9J9, N. Y. City, D. S. CARPENTER, . Hustonvillo, Ky., ......... A. A C. Sine, 13 n- . lh cr'r"' 9wSi u I a Portland. San Francisco. To the ifibdSi- a J1 NOITEWEOT Via The ))LOUICVItlI MtwAtlAMflCHICAtoftT Only Dining Car Route From NORTH AND EAST. 'ULLMAN VESTHULED COACHES. AMD DIWIWB CUM " 81EEPIHB SEE THAT TOUR TICKETS BEAD OVE THE HOME G0WSS. WRFOLKgWESTERN RAILROAl with somo protty tint CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. Descrlptii t, Writo for Rates, Maw, tanphlcu. to any Station Agent, or to a. r. AlttNMUU, W.a.KCVILL. i Aft. Tranllaf sa'iraafrA(t, W.. OASOII, Yi. C0UHCB, 0. OiKOH. TA. lime-Table- IWIr "o. r. ud a short coat with a full skirt lined of taffeta or other ilk. Tho vest is a natural portion of this suit. Anothor way of making the Trilby cloth into a traveling wrap is to havo a very full skirt fastened to a sort if an oloucated yoke, without sleeves. olegant, richly dressod ladios lately hold a mooting and discussed how to educato "servants. " It was amusing to soo how thoy put themselves upon a pedestal of superiority and lookod down and discussed tho shortcomings of that inferior race of boings, "servants." If "servants" woro to hold a meeting and dotermino how to educato thoir employers, it would bo moro to tho purposa Tho patronizing, superior tono assumed oy pooplo when they talk of thoso who lo housowork is sickoniug. Somo X.OXTXSVXXXX For a., carry a general stock of Uuilding rial and by selling I will Mate- FOB, CASH OXTX.7, tention to Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ever been offered here. I would call special at- Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vettibuled Klpenera of Modern P.ll.m For maps or any in formation, addrcti FHANK J. REID, u. r. Agent, !D.P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. Oook & Farmor's Barbor Shop. WIRE and SLAT FENCE Made of Oak Pickets, the cheapest and bsst fenco in the market. - DH. L. B. COOS, Stanford, Office Up I Denver. 3.1m 1 mean : Be SURE for i IRON AND STEEL HOOFING Mill work at Gty Prices, Ky. Mcltob-eri- s' 'MONON' Route. St. Paul Drug Store. Stairs; First Dcor East of f ... t Mlim.llHntlWl.'J asiisattswiawkai r;vr.V,fcvvVy,-f'.,-- Vrierr??.??? .JiirjK .l SW . 'Till? . IITI &,,. 11 II' M .,. "' 1 ''" ", , .. , ... j j . wa . s.tf . ea. ft. - ,'-- ltl t .,;" i . A. 1 H ....... ur, i. - ,.. ..'f ..sysBsaWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsWsaaWsWsM ...-- . .. - Vsae i.. , asssssssss1 A GRANDEST SHOW DISPLAY OF THE ,.L"Ix-fr- on 3 RECORD -- VERT .i LITEST NOVELTIES n2&2siaBamB& .i.ttr . ii xvdEffl&v:xw:3k ttiqgftj STRICTLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE . i. To Every Purchaser of Eive Dollars' Worth eav p ; nr HTXXiXi GXITm II I fl Tieket to the Wallace Cireas, Danville, Way 14th. . J I We have an Elegant Line of Men's Cheviot Suits for $5. All wool Suits at $7.50. Fine fabric and good workmanship at $10. Also as good as any Merchant Tailor can make you we sell you at $12, ebio.uu, il po, epo ctiiu. tpw. Our Children's Department Is Complete In every capacity. Children's Suits $1 to $7 Knee Pants 25c to $1.25. They are double in the knees. Our BOYS' CLOTHING must not be overlooked. OUR HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS U Are the best in the market at very low prices. Call and see us. HS Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Strictly THE QLOBE & rxi ' -- ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE, i v , J. L. FROHMAN CO., DANVILLE, KY. 't " l lJ 11 II fe XV William Strode, 00 years old, comTho Southern and tbe O. H. A D. mitted suicide with a razor in a pasture have agreed to jointly control the Queen 0 Oacur Wihlo was released on near Lexington. A Orescent. bond 3'esterday. The jewels and racing cups of tho Association Tho Hart county Fair Pabllahed Every Tuesday and Friday Cook countv, III., democrats declared was fined $300 for permitting gambling Ducheas of Monttose brought over$l?5,-00- 0 AT at auction in London. a PKR YKUUN- AD VANCK lor free coinage of silver at 10 to 1. on its premises. Near Durant, I. T., an outlaw, resistIn Georgia a negro was hanged for a WWhen not so paid 92. 60 will be charRtd." Virginia militia lias A company of ing arrest, killed an officer and a bymurder, resulting from a quarrel nbout been ordered to Pocahontas to prevent K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a doc stander and was liimself fatally shot by with the strikers. the oilicer. Tiie estimated population of the troublo too a. m., returning at Train leu es Rowland al 7 Thos. Thoma, a Frenchman, stabbed ;to p. m. Sam Stone, who went to Columbia, world on January 1, 1S95, was Oakhis two daughters, one fatally, at This pretty weather. We have every thing you want in Tenn.. to live from Jessamine county, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. himself. Cal., and then killed Ky , is charged by his family with arson Guatemalan outlaws and mur land, Five 11 37 p m No. ti, Train going North During 12 years the number of em" . 1 a; p in derers were captured and promptly put ployes protected by civil eorvico rulis and burglary. " No. a. " " South No. 35, " it 51pm to death. Female eutlrage is the rock on ... . " No 16, " 3 23 a in lreB increased from 14,000 to 5U.UUU. which the national W. O. T. t'. will ro to The annual conclave of the Knights QUEEN & CRESCENT. The price of shoes was advanced by pieces. They would do well to stick to Templar is to be held at Bowling Green, manufacturers at a meeting In Boston, Trains pass Junction City at follows: ' May their white ribbona ami let politicd seon account of the advance In leather. No 1 North No. 1 South f verely alone. Stevens. Selma, Ind., set this W. W. " 3 " :1.15 am ' 4 ..1.30 pm Tho OwenBboro Odd Fellows have " s 11.30 pm " 6 Gov. MacCorkle. of West Virginia, ,3.iS a m spring 11,300 Kietler pear trees on S3 building ' ..6 00 a m " 9 840pm "10 decided to erect a threo-storia a believer in State sovereignty, and acres of land. t IDo not Stop to cost $20,000. It will bo completed by has refused to permit Gov. O'Farrell, of Lace and Swiss Curtains, Draperies, Curtain Poles. We arc selling A cyclone near Halstead, Ks., killed November 1. 10 persons, wounded many and destroyMuhlenberg Virginia, to send troops across the State Carpers at from io to 15 cents on the yard less than any other house. J Milton Henning, of line during the mi net a' strike. ed much property. county, who three years ago assaulted Hon, Henry Wnttereon i quoted In Conic and sec. Senator Brice gives notice that he daughter, haB been carhis a Lexington dispatch as having expresswill resist the adoption of a ried to Princeton for fear of a mob. ed the opinion that if the Kentucky plank by the Ohio democratic State con- "Bad Tom" Smith may not hang at t'on of democratic convention declared for free May 31, for the murder The Kentucky populists believe in Jackson, Ky., silver the State would surely go republiconyen- - Dr.'ltader. The doctor attending Lim a waiting game, and their State can. rapid decline, and that tion has been postponed from May 15 to finds he is in a After five years of litigation, the may be cheated by disease. tho law July 4. courts have decided that Mrs. Anna M. Some Clark county people burned Phister, of Maysville, is the rightful ownJohn Brown, Jr., eon of John Brown 1 kV V of Harper's Ferry fame, fell dead of tho posthouse built by the town of er of $200,000 worth of land In WisconThey are armed and say they sin. The land was bought by Mrs. Phis heart disease at his home on JiDSOiuieiy will resist to the death any attempt to ter many yeara ago for f300. Island. neighbor- Mrs. Margaret Adams has filed suit build a pesthouse in their A tragedy similar to the one at ! Louisville occurred at New Orleans SunA cream of tarter baking pow- against R. Monin, a Louisville merchant, hood. A monument is to be erected by the day. Dr. Schwing canght'Dr. Heriat in of all in leavening for $25,000 for breach of marriage and der. Highest Rumford Historical Society, of Woburn, a room at a boarding house with his Latest United States seduction. strength. of HenderMass., on tho estate whore the Baldwin wife. Hon. Henry 0. Dixon, Both began firing, but only Government Food Report. Ladies' and Children's Light Colored and Mack Slippers in has apple tree was discovered about 100 one bullet took effect, this one killing brother son, Gov. Brown's of granite, HOYAL BAKING POWDER 00., been appointed Private Secretary to the years ago. It will be as shaft Heriat. Mrp. Schwing escaped. surmounted by a big stone apple. Governor. 103 Wall Street, Now York. HUBBLE. The personal estate of the late W. J. Two young whte girls were attack Demorest, of Xew York, is estimated to ed in Dale county, Ala., by n courne Mrs. W. M. Hubble is improving be worth $100,000 and the real property of negroee, who dragged them Into tho slowly. $1,000,000 bushes and spirited them away, rosses OF A VALUABLE AND James Hackley sold a yearling male The now photograph of the heavens have Bcoured the country without find- calf to Montie Fox for 50. With Heel or Spring Heel. which is being prepared by London, ing traces of the girls or their captors. Dwight Root, of Stanford, Is visiting Berlin and Parisian astronomers, shows The Court of Appeals decided that relatives in the Hedgevillc neighbor6S,000,000 stars. the ad valorem BVBtetn is tho only sys- hood. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Five lives were lost by a powder ex tem of taxation recognized under the A great many are having to plant J. W. Bauehman and Others, Plalntltls, against plosion at South Hector, Mass. Three constitution. Thispntaan end to the their corn over on account of the cut Harry llauzhman and Others, Defts. of the mills of the American Powder Notice of Sale. attempts of cities to established a license worms. Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Company blew up. system in addition to the mandatory There Is to be a wedding among our Court, rendered at lt February term, 18.55. ,n ,ne Thomas Thoma, a Frenchman residthe uudcrsigued Com- Above styled proceeding, colored friends in grand style next ad valorem tax. cni&fioner will, on ing at Oakland, Gal., wound up a spree Dealer In The Kentucky Midland '.haB been or Thursday. 21st, 1895, by stabbing two of his daughters fatally dered to bo sold Sept. 2. Tho applica-tioThe Rush ifranch Turnpike stock TUESDAY, MAY and then killing himself. was made by the city of Frankfort, holders met here Saturday and MrtKen tt A. M and 3 P. M., at the residence of George W. Smith, the editor of a which claims municipal taxes against public outcry to eh3 late Henry Baughman, sell at the old board. (be highest and best bldcer tne Farm of Bcurrillous Louisville sheet, was fined the road for several years and also holds Quarterly meeting here on tho secCollector 316 Acres, One Rood, Four Poles, SS77 50 for libeling or go to jail.Johnson, $120,000 bonds of the road. The upset ond Sunday in May. Brothers Vaugtui which he must pay price is $320,000. and Arnold will be on hand. Of Land, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., on the White and colored republicans of SUif-irHalls Gap Turnpike Hoad, i of a There are 115 K. of P. lodges in The fishing party on the river near rcr.le rom the city of Stanford and just outside of Alabama aro united for tbe first time in Kentucky with a total memberahip of Jerry Bland's was well attended and enthe limits of sud city. Said farm ii in a high state of cultivation and improvement. It has up. six years, and an effort will be made to 0,800. During the last term the Grand joyed by the school children for whom on it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 effect a fusion with the populists. rooms, with large, roomy balls and porches. The Lodge disbursed in sick benefits in round it was gotten up. Only one landslide W. L. WITHKRS, Salesman. outbuildings In excellence of character are in a Fire burned the lake steamer N. E. numbers $9,000, and paid in funeral during the day. KOcptng wun ine uwvuini; nouic, lutjuuiug vuu ui (he very best barns in the county. The fencing Fairbanks, corn laden, to the water's and gave relief to tho amount of Our friend Wallace Withers has been outside and in'is good, ihe farm is well watered edge near Port Colborne, Ont. The vesopby ponds, pools and running streams. A rare paying us frequent visits for somo time 12,500 additional. portunity is afforded to purchase oneot the most sel and cargo were worth 1(50,000. No Alfred Bonewitz and Rex Whitley, and we have come to the conclusion that valuable and desirable hoinea in the county. The purchaser will be given tun possession ot lives were lost. of Wabash, Ind., eight and six years re- one of our girls ia the drawing card. Lightning Btrack u tree near Iron-to- spectively, played Wild West, the ginning at Said farm is bounded as follows Prof. Joe Robinson, of Macksville, gave a. point in the centre ot the Stanford flails Oap Ohio, under which three fishermen ... Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. old musket. Pointing his his parents here a visit Sunday. ..l tl. .h.nA C fU V J had taken shelter. One was killed, an- weapon at Whitley ho ordered him to t$3 poles ii link to a atone, corner to tame, thence James Gardner ia in visiting friends corner S. 70 W. 73 poles 3 links to a post, links to to other fatally injured and the third was a MewUnd, thence S. i9 E. 156 poles 6 throw up his bands. An explosion fol- for a few weeks. He reports a very dry corner to Newland, thence S. 7oJi V. io3 badly shocked. atone, lowed and Whitley died in a few min- spring in Illinois and also at his home at poles to a stake in Newland line and corner to Tbe household and kitchen furni- utes. Frederick, thence S 3 deg. 7 min W. 47 poles 16 Our Folding Beds arc fine, substantial and cheap. Price's Branch, Mo. John Bright and links to a slake in line of Frederick, thence fe. of the Four Seasons Hotel at HarThayer, department commander of John Faulkner caught about 30 pounds SjVs K- - 89 poles to post at corner of garden, thence ture S.S9 E. 185 poles 10 links to a atake in centre of rogate is being shipped to Louisville to the G. A. R of Massachusetts, baa work- of 10 Inch jumpers with hook and line a Mason's Gap road, opposite a small black walnut tttanuing on west side ot road, thence with centre be sold at auction. It will require two ed himself into a perspiration because he few days ago. of road S. E. 61 poles a links to a stake in cenof 25 cars each. finds treaBon,in the erection of a monuFarmers ought to feel better since tre of the road and corner to Alex Martin, thence trains The Ohio Wesleyan University at JN. 86i"V 13 pales 19 links to a stake, corner to memory of Con- the advance in wheat, and from the fact And must sell the goods. Give us a call. usme. tbe ce N. 19 E. iS poles to a stake in line of Delaware has asked its students to dis- ment al Chicago to the Dudderar tract and corner to same, thence N. 7j) dead, and worse treason in the that all lines of traffic have greatly imcleg. j$ min. 10 poles to a stake, coiner to M. b.g continue the use of tobacco and in tbe federate iHaughman, thence N. 3Jf W. 131 poles, contain-inproposition to dedicato Biich a shaft on proved on the shank end of tho adminisKood and Polts future no one will be admitted into the in the aggregate 316 Acres tration, No one so far from a good marDecoration day. of land. The purpose of this sale Is for a division of the institution who uses the weed. Tho Cook county democratic Mone- ket as the one who has nothing to sell, proceeds amongst the plaintiff and defendants acMrs. John Sutherland, of Neillsville, tary Convention at Chicago turned into should be our motto. cording to their respective rights. Wis., frightened at a storm Bought refuge a regular Cleveland roaeter. The Ad6, is and 24 its TERMS OF months in equal payments, the purchaser fining in her cellar. No sooner had she gotten Asked which has the largest memministration was roundly scored by tbe bond with approved personal security, payable to I will furnish any of the following machines at prirrs named below the Commissioner and bearing Interest from Us) there than lightning struck the house, speakers and every point was cheered. bership, tho Masons, Odd Fellows or as a further cf sale. Lien retained ou the land WARREN, and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. stunning her husband and killing her. R. C. The meeting went on record for silver at Knights of Pythias, the Courier-JournM C. L. C.C. ilill & McKoberta, Attys. A trolley line is to be built from said the State conven- says: Masons first, the rest nowhere. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. 10 to 1, and it is Ancient Cairo to the Pyramids, and a You seem to forget that the sun is shinThe New Home, style five, $28. tion will do likev-ise- . a concession applied Frenchman All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. arc warranted ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE to construct has funicular forrailroad from The receipts of tho Postal Depart- ing on Freemasons somewhere or other a ment for postage and envelopes furnish every hour of the day and night, while for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will OF A the ground to the top of the great Pyra- good proof of tho business improvement the Odd Fellows are only an English so- sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc FARM mid.A skeleton of a man supposed to be throughout the country. They were ciety transplanted to this country, and offered: the Knights of Phythias aro an AmeriOK THE a revolutionary soldier was plowed up in jGoO.OOO larger last quarter than in the can order of very recent growth. But nearly if you of virein soil near Paris. A belt first three months of 1893, and the question to ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, a field and some buttons similar to those f 1,000,000 larger than in the correspond-in- g evenTnited must limit answer will be Chickcring, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, States the the buckle Gcrts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, Household and Kitchen Furniture, worn by Boldiers was found near the period of last year. St. Louis Re- much the same. Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince Kimball, skeleton. public. I & Son. And Others: Iiive Stock and Farming ImpleNKW ADVERTISEMENT. swept tbe country Coppinger, a Col. John P. A terrific tornado Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders. ments. of James G. Blaine, has been made around Sioux City, la., Saturday, killing Pianos and Organs Tuned and Kepalrd by one of the moat competent workman I ev. A executors of Henry Ilaughman, dee'd, we will major general in the regular army. er knew, who served n any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. He 52 persons at least and doing great Wanted, to do sewing- l'lain same time and place sell at public outcry to 1 IN U - Garments preferr d. Mrs. C. Sewios Machines repaired and wairanud. at the OL W is a foreigner and a Catholic. He is the Che highe.t bidder a damage. Three school houses J. CRAIG, near Danville tol. gate, Stanford, Kj. Address, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. fifth foreign born personto hold a near Sioux Center were destroyed, while Acres About MOORE, the school waB in progress, and at each S THK HERD OK In a Buit for $100,000 damages against en Hanging Fork, In Lincoln county, fmmhrPA to 10 children were kill Of Crab Orchard, is a candidate for Represent Of Land Ky .and adpining tne lands of O. McKittrick, Dr. Keeley, brought by a man who ed or injured. Many of the children tne in the next LeguUture, subject to theat action Peter Carter, W. fl. Murphy, Ed Peyton, Sam StanConvention to be held Helm, rjolumuus minop ana Aaam uarpemer ana claims ho was made a physical wreck by wero carried from a quarter to a mile be- of the Democratic May 13th. ford on Monday, commonly known as the Lytic farm. 1 his farm Is the doctor's treatment, the judge holds fore they alighted. Two little girls were about 5 miles from btanford, on the Stanford & R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Millcdgeillc and the Knob Lick, McCormack'a that Keeley must disclose the ingreI will take all the hides I can get picked up as they were leaving the TjrpkT-i& Turnersville turnpike roads, and has Church rllLJ-jO- . GrablOrchard, - - Kentucky. forcathorln trade for leather on frame dwelling house, barns, dients of his gold cure. upon it a school and dashed Into a wire fence, court days at Stanford or at my home in Fcrk is fine fissVVssiiiiiBiiBBnBBsiBisHnh &c. aud Is well watered inItgrass Hanging cultiA St. Louis and Chicago passenger where both were killed. Chas Ennslin. and ft in Pflft laud and is now about i Tigs for sale from the best types of Reeisterd vation. train was held up at Cartinville, Mo., Tne farm will be offered for sale in two parcels Stock. Breeders secured from tne best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited a whole and the highest bid or bids accept-..- !. and the engineer shot dead by three and as It is not on the men, who are under arrest. lltick Also tbe North-eas- t side of Mala street in .Stanford, Ky., known whether it was the purpose of now occupied by A L'rbansky &. Co., and known the men to rob the train. as the Louisville Store. JJ-iV.interest in the St. ML Also an undivided Controller Fckles made a speech on Asaph Hotel property in Stanford, Ky ..which Includes the hotel propei and two large currency question at the opening of tho thereunder, outhouses, lot and stable. This Hotel and is Detroit's Chamber of Commerce, in story it a twoaud hasbrick buildingincreasing in custom, and a large and crdci, of tbe Farrls is now being conducted by interest. Hardin, the which he said that tho importance owners of the other free silver propaganda should be erad- Greatly improved for 1S95 and AL.o the Household and Kitchen Furniture, one . agon, one phaeton. The Furniture includes an icated by sound monetary education. worthy of consideration. Orgaa -- nd new FUno. Fulton Gordon was too weak to apAlso all the Livestock now on the tarm, con- 80 Iambi, a lot ''Stlnpofoohead of old sheep and pear in court Saturday and his examinMares in J Jack Stock, lot of Horses and flrood oil, about as head, lot of Mules, Hogs, Cattle and ing trial for tbe killing of Arch Brown ...Uv.'!. property will oe sciu , cam and Mrs. Gordon was continued until lor The real in one He is almost in a state of colaud the balance in in equal payments of sale U44U and rfiva vears. bearing interest rom day by lien retained acurcdpersonal property, excepi sums uiiuer aio. lapse and it was reported that he was The f dead. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. xwhich will be sold lor casn, will oe som rn a Fulton Gordon caught on to his three months and the purchaser will be f to execute note with good security, Hundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty - Five; 85 dollar wheels at 6? dol- wife's correspondence with Arch Brown interest from day of sale. real property will be givea on by the anxiety which she displayed lars; 65 dollar wheels at 50 dollars. Second-hanPossession ol wheels verv chein January i, 1896, and of peisonal property when when, the servant girl failed to get a letBicycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds done. paid for or note executed. m. Any Call and see. Thesalewilibeginatoa concerningperson abovec ter. It was carried on through her and the anv other information u. Stanford, K. when Gordon opened one of the letters property Executors. be found out all. English, Auctioneer. T. D. Semi-Weekly Interior Journr - NEWSY NOTES. $23,-00- Don't Miss Cleaning Your House 1,600,-000,0- 00. Oil Cloth, Carpet, Matting 15-1- 0. Rugs, Portierres, free-silv- er SEVERANCE & SON. -- Bakincr Cf Mtowdep Win-cheate- r. Put-in-B- ay Pure SLIPPERS in-la- Commissioner's Sale Highly Improved Farm. Needle, Opera, Common Sense Toes, H. J. McROBERTS. ilSo lo WBAIEN, STJkJNTrOHD. TTT. n d Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, ben-efit- K.IK. n, Furniture, Undertaking, form-eruBing- -- i 1 Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. 1 We Beat In Low Priees WITHERS & HOOKER. 1 SALE.-Cred- READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. al HANGING FORK ONK-HAL- ? FZA1TOS: ORGANS: I Store-Hous- e, J son-in-la- w ry OrIlMP - Farm of 480 major-generalshi- p. WARD ULUE-GUAS- Duroc Jersey Red Swine Q two-stor- y Otten-nel- two-stor- y Store-Hou- se 18BS one-ha- lf Store-Roo- Reliable Frocess They have Proven a Success. 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