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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895051001 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. - PfV -- .?ir Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. WILLI AMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. , Interior Journal. STANFORD. KYt, FRLDAV. MAY 10. 1895. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. A J v? V( . vix NO. 21; LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Judge J. T. 0. Noo and Springfield, aro here vieitinK Mrs. Noo'a parentg, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Stanfleld, in South Williamsburg Circuit court begins Monday with ab6ut SOO cases on tlio docket. It is thought that no ctvfr business will be rcachedduring this term. -- Some heavy rain storms paused over this county the first of tho woek. In Bevcral places little branches became large creeks, sweeping everything before then). The ladies 'of tho Congregational church gave an ico cream supper Tuesday evening evening. A large crod was present and a nice little sum of money was made. Mr. J. T. Freeman returned from Spencer, Ind where he had gone with his wife and daughter for their health. Mrs. Freeman and Miss Nellie will remain several weeks. Mr. L. 0. Drako, agent for tho Union Central Life Insurance Co., was hero Sunday. Mrs. Collins, of Ilustonvlile, is here visiting the family of Col. Thoa. O'Mara. Ite v. J. N. Preatrldge and wife, Miss Frank Sampy and Mr. C. T. Car penter left for Washington City Tuesday morning to attend the Southern Baptist Convention, which is in session there now. Mr. G. M. Freeman spent Sunday in Barbourville. Prof. E. E. Wood was called to his former home at Norwalk, 0 , last Friday by the death of his mother, ilo returned Tuesday to ins duties in the Institute. Mr. J. L. Tinsley, of Knoxvllle. is hero visiting friends' Sher-if- l W. U. Bennett has moved to the property lie recontly purchased of Mr. Thomas Adkins. Resolutions of Reipect. wife, of Odd Fxixowa No. 150. I. 0. 0. F., Hall, May Stanford Lodge i, 1895. our Whkbkas, Death has entered lodgo and taken a boloved brother, W. F. McClary, therefore bo it Hisolvki) 1, That in the death of Bro. McClnry our lodgo has lost a member who was over ready and willing to do anything in his power (or the good of the order, and was faithful in attendance. 2. That bis example was worthy of emulation, inasmuch as his (o was in every way consistent with Odd Fellow ship and a Christian gentleman, being ever ready to speak a kind word to his fellowman, and by his excellent disposition continually disseminating sun shine into the Uvea of others, possessing every quality that goes to exalt, elevate and embellish all with whom be camo in contact. Truly he was "a man to be re- verred and worthy of honor, known for Lis consummate prudence and most pronounced piety; noted for his devotion to duty he being dead, his deeds yet re11 main." 3. That in the death of Bro. McClary the community baa lost an exemplary citlxen. the church an excellent member, the cause of education a zealous worker and the county a model superintendent. 4. That we deeply sympathize with his family, which ho loved with almost matchless devotion, and the promotion of whoso happiness was ever uppermost in his mind. His relatives in general can have tho consolation of knowing that a grand an appropriate epitaph can bo written on his tomb "He lived to bless mankind." 6. That theso resolutions be spread on minutes of the lodge, a copy sent to tho bereaved family and that they be published in the iNTtutoR Journal. Joe F. Waters, Chain , M. F. Elkin, 0. H. Holmes, Committee. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Uon. Curtis Field Burnam aud wife celebrated their golden wedding at Richmond. Eight children and 10 grand children were present. Mrs. Arch Brown, who was recently divorced from the man who met so disgraceful a death, is shortly to wed Geo. W. Knoke, a Henderson tobacconist. George Delph and Miss Nettie Walls drove up from Casey yesterday and were married by Judge Davison. They were accompanied by Milford Delph and Miss Maggie Walls. Rev. M. ABhby Jones, of Bardstown, brother of Rev. Carter Helm Jones, of Louisville, and Miss Ella May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner, were quietly married at Kirksville Tuesday. Rev. F. S. Pollitt, of Frankfort, who formerly held the Methodist pastorate here, will bo married tho last of June to Mrs. Daisy Oarlock, of the Normal department, of Berea College. Her home is in Bloomlngton, III. Mr. Pollltt's first here. wife was well-kno- To the Democrats of UhcsIr Ceuaty. I am a candidal to repreitnt Lincoln county in th next Legislature of Kentucky, '.lubject to the action of the Democratic party. I stead aquarely upon the National Democratic platform. Endortc Cleveland and CarlUIe. Am for James B. McCre-ar- y for U. S. Senator and in favor of free Turn IlespectfuUy, pike. M. F. North. Steerage ratea on ocean steamers between New York and Europe have been advanced from $10 to $15. heavy rain fll hero Monday eving Jennii's" up and gvo several free ening raining tho river very suddenly. rides to bpgin with. Mr. John W. Whipp is talking of put Mr. W. D. Weatherford sold his fine' ting up a large brick storephaeton pony, Button, to Mr. Cnnoi house. Reld for J200. Mr. John F. McBoath, afler a five Tho Masons will give a picnic in years' absence threo years in MiBsissip--p- i Bailey's woods on Juno 2 1th. Ttiere is and two years In n Ken also some talk of having a fair. tucky is again among us slinking hands Tiie fishing club aro taking their with his many frionds. He looks tho Spring outing at Bjona's Blull near same aa of old, save that ho,has someGreeuhurg. Somo lino sport Is expect- what gHlned In John is whole ed. souled and genial and makes a host of For Commencement exercises, Chris friends wherever he goes. tlan College will render "The Merry .Mr. J. M Stephens, of Mayfield, suMilk Maids." It will bo composed en- perintendent of all the brick work con tirely of home talent. nected with the building of our new jail, Mrs. G. A. Wright, of Calera, Ala., came on some days ago and Is now in acreturned home last week after a short tive operations at his work. Mr. Stephvisit to her aunt, Mrs. J. 8. Goode. Mrs. ens seems to thoroughly understand bis J. B. Adams, of Longvlew, Ala., is the work, is a gentleman of the old school, guest of her sisters, the Misses Logan, and his pleasant ways have won the J. B. Cook was over from Lawrencebnrg good will of the people. Sunday. Miss Minnie Drve is the guest Judge John M. Tilford took two of relatives here. Miss Bettie Logan days in the front part of the week to was in Cincinnati this week. Boyd regulate matters among the descendants Weatherford is with us and keeps the of Africa's dusky race. On Monday Nee-l- y town alive. Dr. Brown left for Baltimore Northcutt and James Lanier were Sunday to attend tho American Medical brought before himself charged with Association. He Is president of the Judi-ci- boisterous conduct. The jury brought council, which corresponds with the in a verdict of acquittal for Northcutt supremo Judge of tho U. S. Mrs. Geo. tnd fined Lanier ft and costs. Lanier B. Cooper ami children were visiting the retaliated by getting out a warrant for Misses Cook. Northcutt charging him with carrying Animated by your Turneraville cor- concealed weapons. Northcutt was respondent I will attempt to say a word touched by the jury to the tune of $40 for the good or evil of Hustonville. In and 20 days in Jail, whereupon hie counthe first place it has only about GOO in- sel, Judge Belden, made n motion, which habitants Instead of 0,000 as many sup- was granted, for a new trial on the pose. For this population and much of grounds of excessive verdict and insufCasey county it has one National Bank ficiency of evidence for conviction. The with $50,000 capital and about $22,000 caso will be tried again next Saturday. Burplus. It pays a good dividend and Ned Bowman was also tried on Tuesday never ceased to accomtnodsto Its custom- for disturbing religious worship and acers during the hard Hints of '03. It was quitted. established some eight years ago, Wu havo in town seven stores, two f.trrier BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. shops, two saloons paying a revenue of Miss Sadie Burger started last Satur1310 each per year. A good public day to bur sister's, Mrs. Johnson, at school and a College are our educational Louisville. advantages. It is a corporated town of Bro. Pike will preach at Buckeye the Oth class, with daily mails Sunday church In Garrrard county next Saturexcepted. Tho C. S. it R. Is the closest day and Sunday. The town is notod especially for its beau Bicycle ridiug is becoming to be all tiful women, anights of the goods box tho go here with both sexts. Some of our and a lovely situation; no one I was ever ladies are as fine riders as ever straddled known to go away and stay for life. Con a wheel. sideriug her all round she is a good little The music class that is being taught town and here's long life and a hard by Mrs. Holmes is progressing very nicedeath to her! ly. Mrs. Holmes Beems 10 be a very nice A Pure Baking Powder. lady and understands her business. She A baking powder that can be depend- is teaching at the Albright Hotel. Bro. 0. A. Cox, a business drummer ed upon to be free from lime and alnm is a desideratum in these days of adul- and very zealous Christian of Stanford, terated food. So far as can be Judged stopped here last week and he attended from the odlcial reports, the "Royal" our prayer meeting and gave us a good seems to be the only one yet found by talk on the subject of sanctlfication. Mrs. Wilmot gavn an ice cream supchemical analysis to bo entirely without one or the other of these substances, and per at her hotel last Saturday night, absolutely pure. This, it is shown, re- which was one of the many nice entersults from the exclusive use by its man- tainments that has been giving in this ufacturers of cream of tartar specially re- place for simo time. It was well attendfined and prepared by patont processes ed and all present seemed to enjoy themwhich totally remove the tartrate of lime selves. and other impurities. The cost of this There were many of our citizens chemically pure cream of tartar is much very much shocked on learning of the greater than any other, and it is used in sudden death of our beloved friend and no baking powder except the "Royal," brother, W. F. McClary, of Stanford. the manufacturers of which control the Mr. N. M. Shumate, of this place, went patents nnder which it is refined. dowu to attend his funeral. We always Dr. Edward G. Love, formerly analyti. feel sad to have to give up such men as cal chemist for tho United States gov Bro. McClary, but wo feel assured that ernment, who made the analyses for the the country's loss of such men will be New York State Board of Health in their hep ven'a gain, aud another man rests in investigation of baking powders, and poace. We had one of the heaviest rain whoso intimate knowledge of the ingre falls on the headwaters of Dix river last clients of all those sold iu this market enables him to speak authoritatively, Sunday evening for many years, which sys of tho purity, wbolesomenesa and resulted very disastrously to the creek lands, washing up a great deal of corn superior quality of the ''Royal:" that had been recently planted and over"I find the Royal Baking Powder comflowing the land and washing away fencposed of pure and wholesome ingrediing, &c. It washed away fencing standents. It Is a cream of tartar powder, and does not contain either alum or ing on hillsides and has almost ruined many of our farmers. Old men say they phosphates, or other injurious subnever have seen anything just like it. stance." Mr. Will Newcomb, of Mt. Vernon, Prof. Love's tests aud the recent offiwas in town Saturday evening and encial testa by both the United States and Canadian governments, show the Royal joyed the ice cream supper at tho WilBaking Powder to be superior to all oth- mot Hotel. Mr. Samuel Myers, of Beemed to be enjoying the comers in strength and leavening power. pany of one of tho Brodhead girls last It is not only the most economical in use, but makes the purest, finest flavor- Saturday evening. Miss Fannie Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, accompanied her father, ed and most wholesome food. Mr. J. W. Sparks, to our town last Mone No State has felt the hard times less day. Dr. S. Burdett and wife, of Crab I. than Kentucky. This is due to the great Orchard, visited friends here last week. diversity of crona in that Statu. Knn. Mr. Jack Lease was the guest of Mrs. tucky is the leading grain State South of Wilmot Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Will the Ohio, both in corn and wheat, and Pettus, the night operator at this place, until the development of the Northwest returned heme last Tuesday and the night was the leading grain State of the Union. office here is a thing of tho past. Miss It also produces 40 per cent, of the to- Iva Painter has been spending a few bacco crop of the whole United States, days with her aunt, Mary Collyer, of and nearly half the hemp. It is said that this place, and was escorted to her home all the producta of tho temperate zone on Wednesday by Mr. A. 0. Wilson. can be raised profitably in Kentucky. Mrs. A.J. Pike spent a few days with N. Y. World. relatives at Maretaburg last week. BuclcUn's ArnlcaJSalve. The best aalvc in the world for cuti, bruhes, Miss Bertha Rose was buried at sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- bands, chilblains, corns and alt alclo eruptions, of her own t positively cure piles, or no pay rcpuired. It is OIermont,Fla., by members guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money sex. She belonged to a society, a cardirefunded. Price 35 cents per box. For tale by nal tenet of which was that each memA. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. ber should ask no man to do anything All Free. for her which she could do herself. Those who have used Dr. King' New Dlscov ery know its value and those wUo have not, have The United States Circuit Court of now the opportunity to try it frcs. C?i! c tBl druggist and get a tiial bottle free. Send Appeals at Cincinnati has ordered the your name toll, E. Huckten A Co., Chicago, and Richmond, Nichulaaville Iryine nd geta trial bottle of Dr. King' New Lite Pills as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Beattyville railroad to be sold to satisfy Instructor free. All of which la guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at A. K, Penny' about $550,000 of mechanics' liens and drugstore. receivers' certificates. i two-storSouth-westerh. al Mar-etaburg, H. M. Miller & Co. havo their "Fly- -' ; The order of the Ladies of the Mac- -, cabeea meet to organize and elect to-da- y , J i officers. A party of Lancaster's young peonlo enjoyed a picnic at the t'new iron bridge You needn't go any further. We have ' was $300. Mr. J. C. Oxg, who has been here for over a year as a photographer, and as far as we can learn given entire satis- on the new piko Monday. The board of examiners, Drs. Huff-maBush and Herring, had three applicants for pensions Wednesday. Mrs. W. M. Elmoro entertained tho Y. M. W. L. S. this afternoon at her home 4 miles" from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. Marriage licenses were granted this week to Robt. Whittaker aud Miss Etta Ella Brown; to John Baker and Miss Minnlo Belle Baker. The are making destructive ravages with the corn crops of some of our farmers, as well as destroying many of the gardens of our citizens. Miss Jennie Arnold bought of Miss Mary Fox the lot adjoining their home on Danville street, the house recently occupied by Commissioner R. H. Burn-sid- e and family. The price paid for it n, cut-wor- Anything and Everything In the Jewelry Line and , 'pn OUR PRICES SELL THE GOODS. Call and See us. DAIMKS, -- - JEWELER. One Gallon of-- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coots you M ONLY: $1.40. PER: GALLON. It is A tl--J faction in his work, leaves us this week to locate in London, The storm last Sunday afternoon did great damage to Mr. Joel Walker's farm on Dix Rivqr. A cloud burst near his place with terrific force, sweeping fancee, driftwood, &c, In; its course. A rock fence that had stood the tests of ages was completely demolished. Married, at the ".'residence of the bride's father, Mr. James Adami, his oldest daughter, Miss Mat-t- ie May Adams, and Mr. Fred Yeager, also of Bryantavillti. The ceremony was pronounced by Rav. J. L. Kuykendall. Thero have already been nearly 100 applicants as teachers of the high graded school to be taught next term at Garrard College. Thero were two new trustees elected Saturday to succeed themselves, Messrs. Wm. Herndon and Wm. Ward. -- jA telegram was received here Monday by Dr. W. N. Bush, calling him to the bedside of Mr. Eugene Busby, of Mt. Sterling. Mr. Busby's wife is a sister of Mrs. Bush and Mr. MikeJSalter, of this place. Mr, Busby is considered dangerously ill of meningitis. -- Supt.J. Hunt McMurtry;;wiI! address' the pupils of J the colored school here, taught by J. W. Fletcher, He will also delivat the er diplomas to the four graduates. The present teacher has given satisfaction and is much liked by the patrons. Died, in this place, Monday, Mr. J. S. Bishop, of cancer of J the tongue. He had long been in failing health and bis death tas expected. His funeral wb preached Wednesday morning at 10:30 at the Lancaster Cemetery Jby Eld. Geo. Gowan. The deceased leaves a widow and two children, a son andja daughter. After a short stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Bitson, Homer n returned Monday to Kentucky University. Miss Ethyl Beazley, of Stanford, Is the guost of Miss Lizzie Thompson. Mrs. James Dillon has returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford. Dr. Wm. Huffman is in Louisvillojon a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Robert Young. Mrs. D. M. Lackey left Monday.to attend tho golden wedd:ng of.iMr. and Mrs. Curtis Burnam, of Richmond. Mr. E. D. Boone, who has been here 'in the in., terest of the left for Lebanon Wednesday. Mr. Martin, ol Cincinnati, was here Wednesday. J. Mort Roth-we- ll loft Tuesday with a party on a fishing excursion to Green River. Elder Graham Frank, of Lexington, was tho guest of R. H. Bitson and family Sunday. Mrs. Fannie HuflmanUFarris, of New Mexico, is expected soon to visit her father, Dr. Wm. Huffman. Mr. J. O. Ogg and family leave this week for Lonuon, where they expect to reside. t Tho many friends of Miss Sallie D. will be glad to hear that sne is to much improved as to be able to sit up again. Bry-antBvilht Jt Jfl Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. PENNY'S DRUG STORfe . I SHOES AI CLOTHING We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and ladies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and medium price ladies' Shoes our 1 29, $1 50 and $2 goods are bargains. We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi um price goods. Our men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great bargains Call and examine our stock we take stock and it costs you nothing to look. YJ- - pleasure in showing ou ' at W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Wall Paper&Alabastine We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Call court-hous- e. Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, 'strictly pure materials and Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of IV I W. B. MPROBERTS. IN VIEW OF Bat-so- JULY 1, 1895, we offer i AT COST FOR CASH Everything in our line, such as I I O.-J- WAGONS, PLOWS, HARNESS FARRIS & HARDIN j Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Groceries of all kinds, Come now and help yourself while have you a large stock to select from. Til-le- eFAMES HUSTONYIIXE, KY. FETE, 1 1 f I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming A Madison county farmer bred a finding them as I represent them. All of these perfectly black sow to a perfectly black to my store and not goods will arrive in the next few days. boar, and the result was 17 perfectly red pigs. One of the boldest robberies on reof a stage-loa- d of cord was the hold-u- p San Francisco people by two masked men, who secured about 11,300 and the Wells-Fa- t go express box. A movement is on foot among the prohibitionists of the East to support John G. Wooley, of Minnesota, as the presidential candidate of the prohibition party in tho campaign of 1S0G. Postmaster General Wilson thinks the Wilson tariff has already proved itself a revenue raiser, haviug in eight months yielded $130,000,000 of revenue, as against $131,000,000 for last year under the McKinley tariff. Three citizens happened to meet on the street a few days ago whose ages aggregated 253 years, as follows: Dr. S. F. Gano, 88; L. L. Herndon, 8r 84; Davis Hall, 81. Gaorgetown Times. Pocahontas, the see ne of the miners strike in Virginia, has been put under martial law. A good black slicker S1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3. Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth $5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3. 5P, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for Si 2. 50 to Si 5. former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Woolen dress goods in great variety CLOTHiira-- u DRESS GOOUDS quality of ! style and check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, forSi.15 firThe sequel Buy and sell for Cash."1 worth S3. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of u n and l know '1 r 1 mi ! v- -j - v LW- - b- - " rt t --- , i lWMBl i"11 wigfM'1'1 ' r? I Ji IlK I . CITV vITH EELS. blouse wai N t t i':J.c:i with threo box plaits tlovu tiio front, edged with Two Lily I)r f.nio I'nd. Iriihlon mid In New London tho Water Simply Is Pilled I) .IIU' tie .M.ltllTP. . Willi whito or black Miiuache, according to RAPID ADVANCE IN OIL HAS RENEWED Them. THAT CREATURE OF MENTAL UNCERtho color of tho blouse. Thero nro buffs, Early in tho forenoon ono day Intoly A nmnberof wmcn in Now York nro j il.VY JO, 1895 3TANFORD, Kv., EXCITEMENT IN WEST VIRGINIA. flax, pink and blue pi. iiuh used for this all tllO Olootrio Strtllit nnr wlilrli luiil TAINTY AND ACTIVITY. :ien with architects. warding as -. purpose. Nearly, nil of theso will havo a to nt up in business for been whirring nbout Urn town of New Tho fltet two London suddenly coauetf to go, and for Something .Vow I'qr n WnUt A Novelty wido sailor collar, but tho necks will bo Tho I'uroro nt Parkorsburu Story of tho themselves nro MHs Alary Novan GanVV. P. WALTON. high, skirts to match will bo tho rule. X'lnttlng of Petroleum George Wnnhliig-to- n TrlnmilnB Tor Cotton In Ulouc non and Mi.-- s Alice J. Hands. Thoso n timo no one was nble to discover what Bishop fcloovos, witli dtep cuITh, nro tho Knew of matter. Kzlitencc I)rr" Now Dcvrliiiunrnt In Ilonnvts. only Hiiitnblo ones with thoso. Tho samo Cniuden JlniloIt IIU l'ortune. How Senator two young wi..uen are graduates of Mrs. was theprecise facts in tho caso were that, Tho Dunlnp Ilopkniti' school of applied .Mntorlul Tor Ftylo of making will bo followod in tho four feet long, The i ily wimiu competitors, they n thundering big Among tho natural resources of West TO FCfejT A XE W and two or threo iuehes tlticWrhad Woman being a croatnro of clinngo-nbl- linens, .vnhit'ius nnd othor strong cotton Virginia etrblcum has always' lieeu were mTi'?it ul In drawing tho plans for wrigghnl out of tiio supjily tionrt mind, it keens tho artists and do- - goods. of tho There m- - linen foiiio new dovelop rated as third in importance, coal and the Fn.riiico hoqutal recently built in sork J',totl' water main, thencotniled signers ill a continual statu of mental SERIOUS PROPOSAL TO CREATE THE timber taking precedence, hut just nt tian Fwuc co. They also eutorod tho along into the small service iimhi t destined for lato activity to ovolvosomothing having now mrnts !: ' nnd COMMONWEALTH OF "SUPERIOR." AB ro hats and bonnets, this timo a MipernVinl oboerver would eoir.p'tiimn for the Woman's building had got into u tig!;t features, at loast for ovcry day in tho spring. lx in that tnbo not concludo thnt there is nothing but oil in nt tno ill!:" ta oxjHition. Thoir plans many ma r very light wiro frames, year. It was not enough for thoin to both fti't away from the Imiler thnt Mliiiu-AotMlrhlfimn, anil Wisconsin to bring out tho Russian blouse nud then nnd nn' ot 1. e , chiffon, silk, tissue, not tho state. This is the ivmiH of tho liq- got ecoml plne. They havo rocently makes tho dynanioiKg. Eels, though nnd mull. Theso dolicato materials will uid gold fever that has been occasioned solved thottuement house problom by supplo nud agile, mo Contribute to U Territory Would lie rest upon their laurels. Thero must bo not suitable to drawing tho plans for a model tenement. One of the niclirt In the Union, Kcfw something a littlo different, and so tho bo puffed and shirred and made as light by the sudden nud rapid mo in tho oil The '.r. h v If en r.rec)ted, nnd lii grind up into Mteuni; h- nco the sitddcu queer "nor fish nor flesh" waists now nrd niry as possible and tho fluff and market. cially In Sllnrmln. .e:jts are to bo erected by a uiTest of ciieuiation in tho electric sys-- ( Pnrkerslmrg leing tho center nnd nio.M ii offered as novelties. Thoro is ono which lightness will bo gathered nnd held with New Ijoudou. The lako from It is reriously proposed to crcato n embodies tho pointod waist, the heavily sparkling buckles, and occasionally some distributing ioint of tho West Virginia pnldii b ii l.tctnr v.ho wishes his iden-ti- l j totn of New Loudon gets its wntor is y ui.kiKiwn. The sanitary investigat- which new stato by taking a part of tho thrco embroidered Spanish jacket nud tho dainty nnd delicnto flowe- r- liko volvot oilfield, it is tho placo to get tho ben' five or six miles away among tho hills states of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Russian blouso offect all together. The forgotmonot, bluet or perhaps a scarlot efit of all tho excitement. It reminds ing committee, has usked MUs Gniinou and Mi.ss Hands to becomo tho only to tho north, mi it is evident tho eel tho war, "when Michigan, which will bo known as tho waist has a pointod volvot bolt of a rich geranium. Whatever it" is it will bo ouo of tho days j state, of "Superior," or "tho Mineral dark blue, a velvot jackot almost coveroil was first struck, and it almost equals women members. At iiicsont theso two journeyed nil thnt way through mnins pretty. prn:;n..iug young women aro nt work on and servico pijwH bent on his inischiov-- ! State. " Thisidea is a modification of ed with gold embroidery and a doublo For moro'iinmediato wear thoro may the excitement in California over the the plans ior a modol hotel for womon ous errand to tio up tho electric csr tho now state plan so often repeated, plait hanging over in the approved bo said to bo tlireo loading styles. Tho discovery of gold. lines of the city. Oil was first discovered in West Vir- to bvi brtllt shortly. and its creator is Captain Alox fashion, with four dull gold buttons. Napoleon shapo, tho Continental and "Such another plague of tebi was In n number of recent photographs of Tho tho inventor of tho whaleback. Tho plait itsolf is of old gold nrninro. tho queer bnt cuto littlo Dutch bonnets ginia and not in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania fields were tho first to Ihj the funnies Cnstellane, noo Miss Anna never known as that which nfllicts Now Captain MeDougall would cut out u Thero nro bluo velvet ribbons carried nro their names. Tho Napoleon nud ConLondoners thin season," said one resentterritory bounded on tho north by Can- around tho arm sizes and tied in littlo tinental nro very chio and stylish, but dovclojed, bnt tho discovery belongs to Gould, the favorito pose, judging from ful but Miinovrlmt resigned citizen. West Virginia, and tho largest oilfield Its frequrnt recurrence, wns stnnding ada, on tho west by tho Mississippi riv- bows upon tho shoulders. Tho collar is tho close littlo bomiots thnt havo flat with ouo hand resting on her hip. This "Never was anything liko it A man tops nnd fussy littlo rosottos at tho sides now in tho world is at Sisterville, er, on tho south by a lino drawn from alwnt oO miles nlwvo Pnrkerslmrg. In pose as well as bitting with tho legs would think that Konoinoo lako was aro most becoming. Tho Dutch bonnet, tho Mississippi river along tho southern up in nbout equal imrts of eels as it is called, is fiat on tho top nud fact, tho existence of nntnral gas, which crosscu ... ... ,..Mv.. tuu vogue ...v..f . mixed boundary of tho northern tier of Wiscon,.. .. - M!... is the twin sister of (letrolemii, was misguided photographurs to get what "" "" "'. .1.1 often has no trimmings at all beyond sin comities and terminating at tho wv iiui' inn iii niji an uiu iinio, uutu tho rosettes. It is intended to sot far known to Georgo Washington Loforo the they mistakenly suproso to bo an nrtid tip of tho upper peninsula. Of tic ellect. Women before tho camera fin for lirisiktust, dinner f and supier. back on tho head, nnd for thnt reason it Revolution. course tho eastern boundary lino would . .. U .. A. !... should remember that likenesses go Aim men u s me uiieeriauiiy nnuui i In 1T75, in ono of his expeis much nffected by thoso who wear lio in tho lakes, but that is immaterial nil that is lri1ng ils all to drink not ns spiKiiinuiis of to tho plan. their hair in tho looso bandeaux. Somo ditious to the Kanawha valley, General down to strong drink, I mean. .Why, you can of theso hats havo tho crown of shining Washington discovered tho "Burning the puototititpiicr'sbud ta'te, but as rep What is aimed at particularly is to spring." Ho did not understand tho resentations of theniHelvos, and ... roally, turn your water faucet any time, day or in straws, others n mass of spangles of difplace tho tliroo great iron ranges tho ji i ...... i...-- . night, and it's just nlout oven betting I., . , ferent lusters. All of them nro oddly phenomena, but so well assured was ho rciineii nun uuiiiyihimi siiciuiy io suwiii whether you get eels or water, or both. Vermillion, tho Mesaba and tho Gogo- with one's hands on one's hips or sit that it was somo rich gift of nature and quaintly pretty. I will mention ouo for tho mo of. man that ho set with crossed legs is today ns much thoi You'll tap eels anyhow, sooner or Inter. moro oddity in tho way of hat trimming, "Once in a great "..Mlo you get fish, apart nud deeded to tiio public forever prerogative of the Billinxgnte fishwives nnd that is tho bnncli of emu foathcrs other kinds. ?u )i ns shiners or dace, .. n3 it w:i III. rvir nrlllltll1?lwrw, Mmn .. ...... v... . i standing up on ouo nn aero of laud near the Kanawha river, " that ono often '" lu'r e" Tiio riming dish Is an indispensable, ?" ' sido. Somo 20 years ago thero was n nbout eight miles above Charleston, on " w. but for a stonily which was tho grout national wonder. factor to tin. comfort of ovory well reg. rago for emu feathers fornot only milIt is wonderful how thing itlrt wU Of connw w hwi tho Ib.li It was simply a hole in tho ground, ulnted linery, bnt for dress trimmings ns well, b,,",'," onw', wl,r- vo" cn admirably this simple dih adapts itself nm nnd pretty muffs and collarettes woro which filled with water when it rained ! o gtt oven f"r ""' PI,wr and up through which issued a jet of to the exigencies of every occasion. mado of them. ' Kas Riving tho water tho appearance of Oystors are never so good as when Jv ,h tho. water deimrtmcnt, but then Thero nro fewer new dress matorinls ',ot PXly plea.snnt to do your fish-stSI'ltlKO COSTUMES. displayed now than nt any other timo ' boiling, and when lighted burned "with served from n chafing dish. And n lob- - !l .' thnt vnj Let n mini get tip in a la Newl rg (so wiv epicures) only n bright llamo till blown out bv the embroidered stiflly with gold. Tho this season, still thero nro very many' ip?bt, forwiimtiiM. and go to his " has tho proK.r flavor when prepared in ; sleoves nro of the deep nnplos blue ponlt pretty dosigns of mohair figures. Theso; wind. ,,", (,ark for (lr,nk' Mu In 1S15 Captain James Wilson struck this wav. To avoid confusion, when fancot do soic, with culls of tho old gold. Tho mohairs and brilliantincs aro shown in " Ju W or ytwneu now mipionsant skirt is liko tho sleeves and is cut all tho brilliant tints of tho season, nnd a gas well whilo boring for salt water miests nro oxwctwl. n few thiims shonld it is not to be certain whetiier it's wa Tho butter bo nrepnrcd betorehand. wido. Tho front seams nro loft they nro especially valnnblo for house in tho Kamiwha vnlley. Blast tho Tho coal oil fever broko forth in all should bo mensurod and placed on a ter or win he's drinking. open over n dark blue velvet inset, nud gowns, as thoy nro bright and showy j I got ono almost swallowed my' its fury early 1801, when oil was dainty plate. Eggs should bo whipped, things in this is heavily wrought with gold. and uovor catch dust I havo also seen Thero nro HO dull gold buttons on tho somo of theso with ilowor designs and discovered at tho Burning springs alovo cream measured, salt, pepper, sauces, self the other night it was a small ouo,skirt and buttonholes simulated with other patterns printod on. Thoro nro Parkersbnrg. It, was then that fortunes rntnlmrH nnd witm urnr hv. n woll fti though before I discovered my misNow - It s u horrible situation." spoons of various sizes for measuring, wero mado nnd lost in a singlo day. dark bluo twist. Bat wing bows nro'ect also many with woven figures. ...... .........p,, ...v hmiTi fill fill ntnl hi that field oil was found nt n doptli mill Ktlrrlri". thn ......, ....v.. ...... Ork Sun. at tho top. Theso insets aro very protty Tho chcuoy taffota and gros do CAPTAIN1 ALEX M'DOUGALL. and afford a moans of widening auy plaid tnffetas, silk cropou with of from 00 to 300 feet, and in a few matches handy. If rabbit is on tho "CONJURE BONES." bio in ouo state, so that tho interests skirt that is scarco'y as largo around pompadour figures nnd corah cashmere weeks tho wholo Hold was punctured menu, havo tho cheeso grated: if lobster WANTED ' coinrni fllmuW of nono of them could bo injured by tho bottom as might bo desired. n la Nowb'rg, havo tho lobster cut in m (Irnxp to Get aro nil extremely fino nud olcgnnt and liko a pcpier box. conflicting legislation and all might be Ilouca Pur It was in tho oil excitement of 1801 pieces. With nil preliminaries arranged Another novelty in tho blouso effect aro used for both waists and skirts nil treated from tho samo basis. has a snug lining, over which is laid n but tho plaid. Thero aro somo very that Senntor Camden, who is now class- and materials at hnud, tempting dishes Several weeks ugo it was announced Should tho new stnto, which would waist of chenoy silk, with a slight droop dainty cotton homespuns in dull nud ed among tho wealthiest of America's can bo enilv prepared, tho hostess that the grave in which Sarah Barlow, bo tho forty-fiftof tho Union, bo con- exactly in front, ovor tho round belt. bright colors, and they will boomployed millionaires, got his start. At that timo gracefully presiding ns goddess of tho . mi old negrcrts, wils buried two years sidered at all it would havo tho addi- Thero aro two straps laid liko brotolles for full gowns and waists. Tho swiss ho was n comparatively young uian, chafing dish. ago at Post Oak Church, Mint, hnd been tional advantage tho captain thinks, of from tiio front to tho back ovor tho belts in fancy stamped and perforated with n small law practice in a country mo nam uuii" (so say aumoriuen i di'socr.iti-ilRecent developments havo solving tho difficulties of long standing shouldors. Thoso aro piped with emer- leather will bo worn by yonng pooplo town up in tho interior of tho stato. on tho subject) is to bo tho correct stylo. led to the arrest of three young colored between Duluth and Superior, for, both ald greon silk. Tho general tono of tho with light gowns. Dotted swiss is a Sitting in his room ouo evening looking of arranging thohnir during tho present men for the erimiv cities being in tho samo stato, their in- silk is pale pinks and greons. Thero is primo favorito. Tho smaller tho dots over tho daily papers, ho suddenly tnni-e- d spring and summer. It suggosts n waIt turns out thnt thcuo ghouls wero terests wonld bo in tho main almost a stock of dark groon volvot and a small tho better. to his wife with tho remark, "Ann, terfall at tho back of tho head and is not after money or hidden treasure, but Hexwette Rousseau. identical. At least thero would bo no doublo rosctto at tho bolt on tho left very English and very hideous. Miss that they wero longing after "conjuro my fortnno is made." stato lino to vex and complicate their 6ido. Tho skirt worn with this was of Olga Nethersolo, tho English actress; lxmcs," and bones out of which to man When sho looked for an explanation, A Practical Com For Playlnjr CnriU. relations. ho said: "I seo hero in tho paper thnt Mrs. Langtrynnd Miss Cissy Fitzgerald ufacture dice, which nro currently m fancy striped taffota in greens and rus-sThat playing cards should bo kept Duluth and tho northern part of reds over smokogray. Tho skirt was neat and clean, with smooth edges, is oil has been discovered on tho Littlo nro among tho well known women of IK)rtcil mnoiiK n nriiiin d:iMof iKiionuit havo no interests in common with plain, but oxquisitoly finishod and grnco-fu- essential to thn oomfnrt of thn L'nmn. Kanawha. I am going up thero to try the stago who havo alroady adopted tho negro "cnip shooters" as invincible. tho rest of tho state. Wisconsin, it can Tho stylish young possessor of this whothor it bo whist, ouchro or hoarts. mX linud at developing ho fiold. " Tho fashion. It is mndo by fastening tho Tho story goes that when thoy dng intruthfully bo said, bears tho samo rela- pretty spring suit had a hat of dark This littlo dovico can bo trusted to holp next morning ho borrowed nil tho mon hair ns tightly ns if beginning n French to the grave nnd found tho corpse in tion toward Superior and tho northern green French chip, with half a dozen ey that his collaterals and fho infinenco twist, very low down iti tho neck. Next such a good statu of preservation, notportion of tho stato, and as for tho up- ostrich tips and an nigrct showing of friends could scrapo together for him divide thohnir into two parts. Take the. withstanding it had been buried nearly per peninsula it is not, cither from a nbovo its enormous brim. On tho left and then struck out for tho Burning upper part nud form it into tho figure 8. two years, they took fright and ran commercial or geographical point of sido thero were threo tiny bows, ono of spring. In two week ho had mado Arrange the under strand in tho same away. view, a part of tho suite of Michigan. enough to pay back his borrowed capi- way, building ono coil almost ovor the rose loaf pink nnd two of greon. Thero Tho naw lias attracted considerable atTho new stato would bo ono of tho was something dolicionsly springliko tal, and from tliat day to this thero has other. Placo the hands top and bottom tention on e vomit nf its novelty. It is richest in wealth in tho Unions It about this wholo costume. not licen a check in tho progress of his of the. knot, pushing it out in the cen- poril)ly the llit one of its kind cvor would havo more than 500 miles of ter. marvelous business career. It is qui to poesiblowith tho now fashtr.ed in tho stnta Tho colored jKipula-tio- n A now way to proparo oggs is timely water front and contain "tho head of ion to transform a plain corsago into a Tho improvement in tho method of nro uninfecting no littlo interest in tho lakes" harbor, which is tho gate- Russian by means of tho addition of refining has advanced with tho progress at this season whon oggs nro ploutiful the nlfnir, us moat cf them havo a mor' way for tho trudo and commerce of tho looped straps. I rcmembor n caso wheru to that good end. It can bo mado witli of tho industry, and discoveries huvo and cheap. Break tho eggs into n IhjwI, tal dnitd f "iiMijure loni" or anyentire northwestern country. "Supe- tho waist was of olivo green volvot and very littlo troublo and is really so been mado . hereby nlltho refuso mat- yolks nud whites together, beating thor- - thing pertaining to Iho "black art" rior," or "tho Mineral Stato, "would at holiotropo satin duchess. Tho sleoves as to bo an addition to tho ter that was formerly thrown nwny is ouglily. Add u tenspoonful of cream to Cincinnati Enqnlmr. once becomo ouo of tho greatest states of and lowor portion of tho waist woro of tnsto, besides sorviug its more prosaio now converted into useful nrticlcs of each egg. Soason with salt nnd peppor. tho Union, it is firmly believed by its tho palo holiotropo, whilo tho deep bolt use. commerce. It is in this way that thoro-fine- d Have ready on tho liro a saucepan ot DIVIDED BY A SKUNK. advocates; oil has been reduced in prico from melted butter. Do not cook over too hot and yoko were of tho volvot On tho a pioco of soft gray To mako it Agitation of tho subject will begin front of tho waist woro fastened tliroo chamois skin, select that bo tooquiotfor 40 cents a gallon to 10 cents nnd still n lire. Pour in tho oggs, stirring nnd Scrriilciin ijurrr Clmrci'ii In h Suit For or, if lllturrr. tliroughout tho tlireo com- straps of rich holiotropo satin, with nn your tasto, auy color you profer. Cut a leaves a good profit to tho refiners. scraping from tho bottom of tho sancoimmediately Surah E. Gould, in a petition for dimonwealths involved, and tho represen- arabesquo pattern of tho volvot nppliquo section a littlo wider thnn your cards Most of tho wells that have been lato-l- y pan without censing until tho preparatatives in tho several legislatures who and sot with an extremely narrow gold nro long nnd ns long ns four times thoir shot in tho area of tho oil basin havo tion is ns smooth as butter. Remove vorce from CheuKiimu D. Gould of Leeds, como from tho territory immediately cord. Ouo of tho straps was simply dou- width, plus tho exact depth of tho pack been good producers, mid thero is now from tho fire, continuing to stir for a Me., speeifn. 17 charges, among which her, her husband placinvolved will after their adhesion is a daily output of from 12,000 to Ifi.OOO few moments. Servo on hot buttored is that, to bled over and roachod tho bolt Tho oth- when piled ono upon tho other. ed n dead skunk in her clothes closet toast, garnished with parsley. begin making political combina- er two had fancy gold nud greon barrels. Turn ovor at eacli end n pieco tho exA perfect neck is not often soon. Tho Other charges are that ho threw n spittions in order to effect their purpose. Yet experienced oil speculators say ornaments at tho head. Two act width of ouo card, so as to form The new stato would bo strongly bands woro laid down tho front of tho two pockots of equal Eizo. Cut from that tho present riso in oil is not alto shoulders may l round and plump nnd toon at her: that ho seized thu dishes niKJii tho table mid violently broke hoia qualification which would skirt, nnd another ono bordcrod tho tho chamois four strips, each ns long gether born of speculation, but is par tho skin whito nnd fine, yet ugly soenro it a resiectful hearing from tho skirt, which was cut with a domi-trai- ns tho pockots nro deep nnd ns wido as tially duo to legitimate causes. Tho lows and distinct shadows of tho collar j thein; that he turned tho flour barrel bottom side tip in tho pantry and the ' present congress. Chicago half tho depth of tho entire pack of supply has fallen below tho demnnd, bono spoil tho contour. Let any woman Cotton dresses aro mado and trimmed cards. Leave ono cud of oach straight mid tho speculators havo only taken ad with such a neck, try tho following gym flour uikhi tho floor; that he aimrily sowing machine; thnt ho shovwith quito as innoh caro as woolon and and round tho others slightly nt each vantngo of tho uctunl condition to inau- nasties !." minutes night nnd morning broko the on A Howler Sialics 300 In Ten Pntmes. font mouth: Push the arms out straight eled dirt the floor she was washing; silk ones, and they cortninly pay for the corner. Then, with oxtromo neatness, gurate nn era of gambling. David Hoffman of tho Berkeley BowlTho Russian oilfiold is diminishing in tho front of tho body four times, thon thnt nt times, instead of buying sugar trouble Ono can toll at ing club of Newark, N. .7., mado a cotton gown i3 mado for onco whether a ovorhand one to each end of each pook-o- its supply every year, with no profeoct tho sntuo movement with tho nrms up for tho family, he bought it for himsolf a lady who ro- so as to closo tho openings, lotting scoro of 300 in ten frames with regulaand kept it locked up and brought it to tho curved ond form tho back. Whon of now discoveries. Many of tho Amer- in tho air, next from the sides nud the table for hnsowii use; that whilo tho tion pins'on Hurry Montgomery's nlloys ican fields havo been totally exhausted, finally backward, always with the that is done, paint upon oach pocket n family wore without soup hi kept soap recent". Ho was engaged in practico any ono of tho symbols and but fow now ones aro being discov- shoulders thrown back, tho head ereot for himself kvkod np in his own room ; hoart, a cjjjb-owith William Woingarth, who mado ered, and oil being tho cheapest light r.::d the chin woll in. Massage with used. Close tho case and paint a bimilrr 211, and Emanuel Loweustoiu of tho that he told her that it would lie tho design on tho outside. Then follow nil that can lx produced the demand for it cocoa butter is nn excellent thing ta happiest day in hi lift when h could Chevalier club, who made 2 0. Montmnko the tiock nud shoulders fnt nud has increaM-with tho hard times. tho edges with a doublo lino of black. gomery gays that it is tho first timo he smooth. Singing lemons often improve dance over her gnm; that he habitually You will find the caso n most com- Cincinnati Enquirer. has ever seen 5500 mado tho presthe tliont as much ns tho voice iuelf. kept his room locked, no that she could plete and practical one, besides boing a ToUtiil'A Lati'st. ent standards havo been established, and nut enter it New York World. 'A perfectly shaped arm is often unsightvonl economy, for it keeps tho enrds ho has lieeu in tho bowling alloy busiCount Tolstoi's latest work, which has ly because of a beefy ronghnoM on the and in perfect condition. Slip half just appeared, is called "Mastor and A Hut KHiHuinr Cumins. ness since 1 870. New York Sun. ."V.ii' IS VSKitrf It ' the pack into ouch pocket, then fold it, Alan." It is a htory of Russian village back. Tliis is thu result of bad circulaSergeant Dann, tl.o I ew York weathTo Prevent Train llobuory. ono over the other. No dust nan ontor. life, tolling of the stnigglo in tho mind tion nnd can positively bo aurul by u er oxport, nay.! thtt vo may expect n No cards can slip out Tho caso is orna-- : of thn lniifcror. lost in tlin snow with Ids daily vigorous rubbing with n The Southern Pacific is considering hot Mimmer, according to the rule of , methods fpr pi eventing train robbery, montni ami can do Kept always witinn 1HJUlt !1K,uht tjl0 temptation to abandon Tho term well groomed has becomo teniperHtnro ain;gra IJe shows that but thus far no feasible plan has been ru;iun. iv mum cumyieiu iriuo n is uiiu thero has bt uu a deficiency of 280 his holpless companion, for whom ho nt womfound. It is thought the best would bo oult to find, and from tho testimony of last gives ins own life. Philadelphia nlmobtns common when appliod to $Y since .liui. I :m1 tWolares that en as tohor.-- s nnd moniis practically to placo tho express car in the middle of an enthusiastic card player it would Ledger. "tho v.euher is bound lo oven up." tho sumo thing. To bo woll dressed, v ffl vlseem to fill n long folt want tho train, thus making it difficult to do- woll gloved nud well shod is a necessity, St. Louis Ol Worth LooJiInc Into. , Tho illustration shows two views, tach it from tho remainder of tho train. A Sun;; ol Lovrllnio, If Great Britain contemplates going a commonplace, nud does not cousti open nud closed. Clake Bu.nce. Whore tho Trouble Lies. n cwk of luvetlmu to tho cxpevM'of bombarding a town for tuto being well groomed. Tho woman All Hi. world itllstht; the sake of ..Meeting that $7r,000 from who really deservos tho epithot woll Coulclni; to Order. Women do not seem to realize, that Tl.iiu'Hii ripiilt on Urn rlvir, disliko far tho bloomer is based not on a Moro attention ovory yenr is given to Nicarngnu, iho has something njoro in groomed must havo hands that show the Ami kunu anil ktarj nru bright her vyo tlun tho money. New York mauiouro's care, feet that show tho atgeneral prejudice, bnt tho supcrlativo KUSSIAN BLOUSE. cooking in our lnrgo cities. In Now Hero's ii sontt of lovctimo tention of n pedicurist and hair that in ugliness of tho garment. If a reform spects horsolf or not, and n really well York there aro several excellent cooking Sun. All tliu world is sweet. every s,euso is a crowning glory. Tho , costume is of necessity hideous, tho dress mado cotton dress is a ploasant thing to schools whero ladies not only go Itulultows round tho heavens, Human Nature. doviccs of hor irons and crimping pins rluwurs ut your fict. reformer will find her path strewn with look at. Thero is n now linon brocado but send thoir sorvnnts. A Human naturo is human natnro, and longer employed. Thoy nro tho thorns. San Francisco Examiner. has been formed this winter by tho nan who swears falsely concerning nro noof nn ordinury hairdressor. Tho with hero and thoro a thread of puro Hero'n a non of lovctimo work Burrow iu ic1Iih. silk, which lightous it up wonderfully. somo of tho uetivo workers in thoso hi.tx returns will continuo to frown woll groomed woman knows that a nntAnother Bugbear Gone. Llttluch'.ldrin climbing This linon stuff will bo much employed schools to havo depots, usually nt the duvi.i li'o man who stuffs a ballot box. nral To thu motlior'H luuilng Upt. soitness nud wnvo to her hair can The many southern pooplo who havo in tho making of tho shirtwaists which women's oxohanges. Thero daily woll Wsuihiug'ou Post. only be acquired by constant enro nud mot Governor McKiuloy havo had an will soon bo 60on ovorywhero. Ouo mado cooked fancy dishes of all kinds can bo Ilero'i a sonK of lovetlrac brushing. A bath ovory day is llkowiso L'Iioh'3 i.t thu bird opportunity to seo that thero is no truth of a dark bluo linon was cut bo as to had at modcruto prices. If tho goods A I)Hiit,fn Suit. Am.' Jit tiio hwcctt mufilo essential. All this, it must bo ndmit-tod- , in tho story that ho has horns. This is a show u whito choniisutto front and whito ooutinuo to bo ns woll prepared in tho Suit has been brought against a denTo tljuwootiat human word J loaves very littlo timo for much decided gain for thoso who havo loaded linon oollar. Thoro was tho plaitod future as thoy havo been thus fur, thoro tist for breach of promiso of marriage. olso in tho day, but this is what constiHem's & song of lovctimo. Wheeling blouso offect Thoro will soon bo shown is no doubt as to tho succoss of tho proj- Tho wonder is that it wasiot a suit for np with this information. Kni.'vj ull tho Htrifo tutes beiug n woll groomed woman. Intelligencer. those shirt waists mado of madras plaidd ect And think of tho rolief to tho in- breach of promise of teeth. Now York And a heaven that Is bonmlng , Lauua'Ouvia Bootiie. " unpreWHo a sweet, otonial life, Telegram. Lost. A black ostrich boa. Leave at and cotton choviot; also tho pretty cot- experienced housokooper with Now York. fnvak L. Btanton la Atlanta Conatltutloi. ton polisse. Thoro will also bo shown pared, for guests to entertain I " this office and receive reward. iEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJUMAI FOR LOVELY WOMAN. LIQUID O0L!) FEVER. . IMPORTANT TO WOMEN. PuC'JCu I i ! STATE lrrir. do-sig- n. o el ier-hap- s, 1 i . . j . j ' - i.- - "In-for- ll, J ex-trer- .!, 1 "''" . sun-eyin- g po-teri- ty Mi M milUA m -- . do-sign- I -- .- mk &M hou-ehol- il. ,t sill i"' ut' 1 J T - er ' ' J" mo-diu- ' I Ion-dre- s, IfcxM-vr- lk. h I . ot Atin-noso- ta l. ! I I , ' ' iip-io- y passo-menteri- o on-tir- o n. Times-Heral- d. t, 1 in-ta- fJ I f n m5 A tax ilosh-hrus- j do-gre- - ni-ro'- c thoiu-selvo- s, so-cio- ty s ( ..mi-Weekl- y Interior Journal CK.VCKEDOXAAVAGER - WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. Yli Stanpoud, Ky., - ,Ua.y 10, 11)85 how' safe breaking keeps pace with safe making, E. C. Walton, Business Manager V.'llllnm A. I'lnltrrtoii unit Well Known IJ.inlt Olllel.ilM Tlirro inon lilow oien rt wife in brontl tlnylfKht ut l'lilliniin a few days njjo and wH'ttjKil nrrcHt. Tim job was limit) in tho of lutwoiic'o of !J or 10 well known muii, On SATURDAY JUNE i, 189!, the Hr.l Directors ef the Monlicello &. Ilurn.lde Turnpike inchiiliut; Willium A. rinki-rlon- , lmt Co. will open and onId.r sealed bids and award aontraeU lor th construction of Four MiM ol Istotttl of IhIkIiik 11 complaint with tho Turnpike Road In laur sections, according to jtolico or ovon Kttciiiiitiiif? to Mop tho plans ml tpectficHiioiu in olll(. Terms, o per tlicy npplaiuk'd ctnt. cash on mouthly estimates a.d remainder twrforiiiAiK'O on cimplcliun of contract. it tormiiintictn. Agt., Address, JOHN W. Tho job wiw 11 practical demonstraMonlicello, Ky. ij.jt tion by a maker of new Mylo safes that tho of certain old Mylo forma aro iSCr2.' Turnpike Contractors. Notlco to IVrfiiriiiunte nt in InttTcnt-luIlnminer, Itattory, l)ot g tniittlnirt'npi mill Mtrolyrerln Dlil It. ...,,. WANTED ALLTHE WOOL In Lincoln county. Money nd tucks rradv. Prl ouwi'l object. AIIIkiea chance l It. lose money li you sell betsre seeing me or one of myarfents. Call on K. O. Slugleleii. Turnertville; More, John Klli, llnttaavilti; Kinc & Prultt, McMn-HeWm land, jo.ish II. shop t hit home; M.dJIeburg. or Ml. Salem t I M. I'irhan, U4 y. myself.. McK.nu.y. y ,&& J A MR left 5 Yeager & Ooopor, ;......... Proprietor of....... STAN FOR l), KY.: J 'X&bltolVr'&lZfrTJO'SA'Cjii II YK.VQKR. OKO. II.COOI'ER. Livery mid Feed Stable, bought of P W. Green In Llverv bin mess anJ added nw bugi'iM and horse, we arc prepared to furoiili FIR5T-CLAS- S Hi"r TURNOUTS On short nntlce, The trsvrling public will Mad and willing to turnlh Drum. ut alrvs mri' Wagons, cither single or dtuMe, or Carri agesof aiilindiat very LOW PRICKS. The bay in and around town will alto find u the pco pie ta deal with. Stop with ut when in tewnal courts and entertainment and your horse a& v "W hlels will be well cared for. 4 YK.UiKK A COOPKR Myers Hou.e Stable, tanferd, Ky S; rdy DOIT'T arM Ca'cirmnmi: unf.et your Painting, til rou it tlclden ItrotHcrs, Wo funiuh material and uirale lirtt.eiass work, r no mosey. AJdreti, S anford, Ky iti Pip-rliitirit-cUst Bread is the Staff of Life" 7HEPCF0RE HAVE IT GOOD. Ballard's OBELISK I Pri.. lULll m VX. P. Bnkini: Powder W elaelafcfH as. aTerr- IT msssllA H Wtj feSsrAIways Retiablc. Mnkc SWEETEST CAKES, WHITEST BISCUITS. ISZFor Salo by the LIGHTEST BREAD, J. : C. : FLORENCE, - - Dealer In General Merchandise, Stanford, Kentucky. r1H-k'.WMV- 1 AKHelT n tn rt 1 kmmiB COPYRIGHTS. CAN I OUT. IN A I'ATKNTf for a opinion, write to Snimitt answer and an honest nearly fitly jours' iV I'll., who hTO bad . experience In tho patent business. ConmiunlfA-tlon- a strictly confidential. A IIiiiiiIImioU of concerning I'iilrnt and bow to them sent free. Also a catalogue of niechau-Ic- al and scientific tiooka rent tint. I'atenta taken throned Munn & Co. rceelvo special nollralntho Srlrntlllr Atiirrlrnn, and thill aro nrimirht widely bvtnintlio put. lie with-eenft to the Inventor. This anlendld paper, laaued weekly, lt'gantlyllluMrateit.haaty far tlio work In tbo larirett rlrculatinn of nny world. S.'l a rear, hainplr copies acnt freo. Ilulldlne Kdltlnn. moiitlily. V.M year. Hlnelo conlea, 'tH centa. Krery nuintier contalna tienu tlful platiia. In color, and photivranh of new hou,o, with plans, enatillns ouildcra to .how tho late.t dealgn and lerurn contrnrt. Addrena UUN.N & ClM New VoiiK. atil IIUOAUWAT. in ot not burglar pn)f. Tho tHifocxiteriineiil-ui- l up jn came fnoualmukat Kniiighaiti, g Ilk, and wns tho subject of an wagor. Tho banker Fitid ho could now defy tho tliiovcri who havo on moro than ono (x.vaHiou mado rich hauls in that locality. This wan laughed at by tho new stylo wifo man, who ottered to pay tho bank $10 a miunto for all tho timo it took him to open tho safo by tho latest methods' of rcicntiflc burglars. As tho ontiiniitcd timo wils JJO minutes tho banker didn't liko to hncrificoa ?l,r00 hitfo for ;!J00 and declined tho otrer. This drew out another that tho bank Fhould buy a new Mylo and turn over the. old ono in part payment, tho Valuo of tho latter to bo Used by tho timo it took to open it. If tho job wero done in tk eo hours or loss, tho bank was to get r"'r'0. If 0110 miuuto moro than three hours was hpont in tho task, tho price wtild Ik) $ l,r00. This satisfied tho banker, and tho fiusjiccted Kafo was sent to an experimental fetation at Pullman. In tho wifo blowing caso in question a hmall hammer, an oleetrio battery, a few detonating cups and a ten ounce vinl of nitroglycerin did tho work. The cahhler of (ho Olughum bank tho Mals and satihfled first himself the safe had not Ikhmi tampert1! with, and then tho fun began. When tho head mfo blowor, a dolicato looking young man who unhesitatingly admitted he hud Ik'pu in tho business for 15 years, drew tho lottlo of nitroglycerin from his ocket and carelessly toetl it on tho dek, mosit of the guoMs mado a bretik for tho door. Hut this wttno young man coolly said nitroglycerin never Hodidn't mean went otf without cate-o- . it, but the harmletis fib made the men feel oaier, and they watchetl tho procwtllngs with inueh intent. "If I desiretl merely to ojH'n this Kafo I would pour half of this Iluid into it and touch it oil," mid tho demonstrator as ho again 'oachod for the nitroglycerin. "But I don't want to smash it into sinithonH'ns. What Iain after is to bhow tho faulty Mylo of construction by stripping tho phtes apart ono by ono without lining tools or making nnypereepti-bl- o This will tako considerably noise. longer than tho mero blowing oien of tho safe would, but I am confident tho work will bo tlono in.sido of throo hours. ' blower hit tho door of Tho chief tho safo two or three smart bl w with tho hammer and a chunk of t'io metal was broken off. Into this crov.co a or perhaps a little moro of tho nitroglycerin wilh jwuretl. Despite tho assertion of tho maker thnt tho siifo was iinitervious to explosives in any form, tho liquid fast disappeared in tho crook. Tlien a detonating cap was Minsk oer tho crovico with a littlo putty, tho oleetrio wires wero somelKxly poshed tho button, and there waa a rejiort liko that of a small iKipguu. Tho first result was not satisfying to tho spectators. They saw no signs of the attack, but tho demonstrator smiled and said tho next charge would start Twonty-ftvsomething, and it did. charges of a touspoonfiil or so each wero used, and all the plates of tho big screw door wero Mrippod oil ono by one. Some of the plates wero warjiod and bn 'ken and all tho screws which held them together wero snaped off liko cotton threads, many of them InMng blown into minuto particles. The job was douo minin jus't two hours and utes, and all of tho spectators so certified. Chicago Ttibuno. intor-OKtin- lst tlie Ulcjctt'A I notlco that one of tho most solcct, high priced and swell dry goods hoaxes in Now York city odvortises ladies' blooniors, knickorbockers, tights, sweatOffice on Main Street. Oppoiite the ers and bicycle Kuits for salo at "advantageous pricos." It also Informs tho new woman that she can find in tin MAPLE SYRUP. Toln;te r. Leave or eanio establishment costumes specially : ,m"BtM,le' Ky 94 purposes. When adapted for nil athletic 0110 of tho most fashionable dry goodf Mores in Now York city advertises la dies' bloomers and knickerbockers foi ...Dialer: o tho new womau is hero. Fale, faith And sho rodo into liborty on a bieyola I havo tried many forms of outdoor tecruntioii, ami I find tho most exhilarating of all to bo bicyclo riding. Stanford, Ky. I'von swimming, my fad for years, hu lly equal to it. Dr. W. C. Latimer, a hrolklyri pliyMclan, road a papor the Now York Stato Homeopathio P. W. CKEEN'. Proprietor. sociuty on tho "Bicycle In Its Kolation to Diriensos of Womon. " Ho found pa: : : Kentucky. tients coming to hiin and asking him whether it was healthful for womon to I ad learn bicyclo riding. He mado n careful willam Hill running this wtf!.i:noi, iiot,.atten- continue t K' "T Ket the poliuit investigation, and tho result is an unai well at thubeit the market afforJi. qualified verdict for tho cycle. Ho mentions bloodlohsuess or amomia and dys- Special Attention to the Travelling Public. pepsia as two of tho ailments in which this exercise proved a blowing, though ho confesses it would bo equally a curso if tho exurclso woro overdone. Ho recommends women nt onco to abandon tho F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, skirt and tho heavy drop framo wheel, as too great n tax to bo borno. To get - - - Kentucky tho best results, a woman ridor Fhould London, go into knickerbockers or bloomers and IhOTercoed to my new Ifbtel and am betto ride tiie full diamond framo whcol, such .repared than ever to accommodate the public, jood as men umj. Tho newest wlicols for wo- Hred. I.Wery attached and every convenience.. Owe at a call. men, however, aro n Fort of compromise ?7 FRANK KIIKY. diamond frame wlieol and between tho tho abominable old bent gas pipo concern which somo of tho cycle companies still persist iu foisting upon tho public as the bust and the lightest wheel that Call and exairiromr work before having your repaintpd. can lo mado for wumou. A woman's Inairuce Id which finelam located iu the only shop t .wn work can done will wheel should in no caaowoigh an ounce be here permanently. I solicit be share ami your a ol patronage which I will endeavor to merit by ririt Some of tho host pounds. over workmanship and fair treatment of all. Shop and newest ones weigh less than that. clajj in Mcrahou & Greer's shop on Snmeiset street. J A. II. KINLLY, Stanfcrd, Ky. Finally, tho doctor says: "Wo havo yot to seo tho woman who, once' hav-iuR. M. Newland, ilouupd the Ij'oonior nud riddon W. S. Iiurch, , Atty. at Lav. Deputy Sheriff. a full diamond whcol, over returned to tho skirt and drop framo." Tho c& ekirt acts ns n funnel, conveyiug dangerous currents of air over tho woman's Conoral Now Wniimn Ktdlni: Into Freedom on DB.W. B. PE1T1TT. Dentist, jrfi FIRE INSURANCE. North British and Mercantile, Manchester, The Pennsylvania Fire, Phoenix of Brooklynn. Give me Firman's Fund, Mcchjinics and Traders, National of Hertford, a call. -- Stanford, 3 n i'oat-OUi- ""a J. B. HIGGINS, KIRBY. THE INSURANCE MAN. THE I All Kinds ot Goal, I bo-tr- o She Myers House, Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chatta nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, iuacon, and Jacksonille. Through Sleeping Cars to knoxvtlle, Hot Springs and Asheville; and from ChatLtnoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe and Shrcveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, JvTS w J" via New Orleans or via Shrcveport. Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Short Line from the Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. '.TJsZsCt.l Cnrs T.pxintrtrm to Cincinnati. Cafe. Parlor and Observa- tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. HScEpflicvtjHy L . ' ' Chas.W.Zoll, "W. C. Rlnearson, m Stanford, p. C-5??- 5 THE RILEY HOUSE h I Viv. ratt'r Jut., Cincinnati. 0. O. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. u -- wrrv Carriage Fainter. ' I am ready to deliver tee .rom the Stanford Water, Llht and Ice Company's Factory niv ICE . I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Capital Stock- And over Hills 2-- g Euroli ITowland, Co., body. Collectors, Nover pay that women aro ono another's enemies or that you liko man hotter than you do women, or you will Ehow ynnrnt-l- old fashioned and years behind tho times. f Stanford, Lincoln era! Kentucky, a gen, Collecting Ilusinew. Accouuts, notes, etc. ccl.eclcd in all parts ot the county. it 6m 'eofier our servlcis to the public to do Mibso-liie- Tho nosv woman Iovoh nil mankind; but, best of all, siiu loves her owu sex. Some of tho best and most convincing documents I havo ever road on tho woman question aro those issued by tho New York Stato Woman SufTrago association. Tho association has proparcd a masterly history of the recent suifrago amendment campaign in Now York which will be a help whorevur women aro struggling to gain liberty and justice All tho arguments that could bo mado for freedom for tho human race aro iu that able roport. Tho stato committee havo placed tho roport on sale iu pamphlet form, 25 cents tho copy, fivo copies for$ 1. Tho association's corresponding secretary, Mrs. Isabel Howland of Shorwood, N. Y., has charge of tho matter. Tho proceeds of sales will bo dovotcd to paying for printing documents aud otherwise furthering tho work in New York. As to tho women who aro doing tho work, they do it without pay aud find No women wero over moro unselfishly dovoted to apriiiciplo than they are. con-dous- J : T. : SUTTON, KENTUCKY. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, Offers his services o tho people ol West Lincoln aod Casey Counties, full atock of Coffins and Caskpts always on hand. D S. Crtrpcutir, Manager. 95 Dehorn T"our Cattle. I will (jo to any place whore there are six or more cattle to cohorn. I do tho work with the Lightning Dehoruer. Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dees 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 and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. For further information, call on G. A. PKYTOV, Stanford, Ky. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. ioi. Attention of the public is invited to the fa t itiat this is the only National Bank in Stanforo Under the provisions of the National llank are secured not only by the capita stock, but by the stockholders liability tor as amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000 Five sworn statements of thncocdition of the bank ire made each yearto the United States govern: ment and its assets are examined at stated time by government agents, thus securing addititoas To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which tnd perfect safety to depositors. I pride mytclf that it is well t am opening up This institution, originally established is th. selected and that It is bouid to please. Having Depcsit Bank of Stanlord in 1858, then bought lor cash and being determined to sell for .red at the National Bank ol Stanford in 1S63 and cash, I can .ell at the lowest possibte prices. An again as the First National Bank ol examination will convince you. Stanlord in iS3i, has had practically an uninter6 MRS A A. McKINXEV. rupted existence of years. It is better supplied uow with lacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long nd honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic IE. ted. Th Directory ol this Bank is eompmed 01 Law, Forestu Held, Lincoln county; - S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; Will a '. as Kxecutor.JAdminiitnitor and AssignJ. V. Hayden, Stanford; ee S. H, Baughman.) Lincoln; Special attntlontglven"to Settle aents of J. S. Ilocker, Stanford;-W- . and Sale ant Division of as Auo-ueA. Tribble, Stafford; (Slants' Lands. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. F. McCla-ry- 's 9 office. T. P. Hill, Stanford; I1KEMER, Stanford. andJJc a pound for to 100. due istcf each moirh. 10 pounds, and up Surplus - 8200,000 21,300 THE LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED i Wallace Stanlord, Attorney .at Varaon, Kentucky. Fs-ate- s, ibr D. Caitlcmar. A. G. LanhA" K. "ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMA.I MANAGERS, J. 3. Hockcr, J no. President; . L. Tanner,;McKinney; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asst. Cashier sa, sin-gl- o Insurance Company farmers BanMTrnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . -- Co ul M. S. IiAL'GiiMtrr. J. W. IUuchmas OF STANFORD, KY., Ii new fully.organiied'and ready for business wm M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rKorttnTORS thorn-solve- s. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable, be-- u tor rates. In our first-class e Joumerce Building, Louisvillr Agents throughout the South $200,000. ' 000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, o sceuo when, at n meeting at tho residonco of Mrs. Esther Herrmann, iu Now York city, of friends of Lillio Devcreux Blake, that distinguished lady received n pretty littlo purse, yellow, tho color of light, and the woman sulTrage color, containing $000. Her friends had contributed the money as a littlo surpriso to her, and it will go to hulp pay for a cottago homo iu Florida which she hopes to It was n most pleasant HARNESS SHOP Kaddles.Ac Have sour repairing done by our man he understands his business. Wc haves mechanic iu our Vou will find a good assortment of Harness, Uri-dle- s, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-clas- s prices. Try oar horse shoer. work and satisfactory have Miss Mary Proctor, daughtor of tho astronomer, is lecturing very success; fully in tho field occupied by hor great father. One of her lectures is called "Giant Sun and His Childrou. " Another sho givos is her father's lectnro on "Other Worlds Than Ours. " Miss Proa-to- r is u bright, geutlu littlo lady aud wins nil hearts wherevor sho goos. Her head is full of kuowlcdgo nil tho samo, and sho is nn enthusiast on hor subject. TO THE CITIZENS THE BASTIN HOUSE, Of Lincoln County. The cw fifty-seve- n NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO. ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, U I.rac. n. l.'rltMi (llllcer Spout As an indication of tho eagerness which has leen shown to tako part in tho Chitral campaigns and to explore tho almost unknown country through which tho oxiKHlitiou is to advance tho following incident may bo given : A distinguished officer, whoso regiment was not upon tho list for tho Chitral exiedi-tion- , applied for a short leavo of absence. Ho then went to seo tho commandant of another regiment moro tluui his own and obtained his Function to Fcrvo iu tho ranks of his regHo mado tho necessary change imento iu uniform, took his share of tho marches and hard camping and fought with all volunteer's enthusiasm through tho action iu tho Malakand pass. Ho staid with tho brigado until tho summit of tho pass was reached, and then hurried backtoPeshawur, his leavo then Pall being on tho point of expiration. ' Mall Gazette How Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., superior workmanship Mill, Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention ot the builders of Lincoln county to its material, and low prices. Note Now closing up) with the same assets and undsi the same management. By provisions of irt chatter, depositors axe as lully protected as ate depositors in NatiotaJ STANFORD, KY. Banks, its shareholders being held individually tiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock thernin at the par value thereof, in addition to tba mount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at in individual. To those who entrusted their buisincss to us I desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank ol am ready to serve you In Drss Making tn any Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and and all shies. I take the best fashion Journals trust they will continue to transact their business and keed posted on what ladies should wear. with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attau-tio- n Price resonable Come in and give me a trial. to samo, our twenty years' experience U I employ none but first class help. banking andas liberal accommodations as are con At present I can be found at Miss Carrie Por intent with sound banking. ter's retiuence on i.ancaici owmD. SMIT1L, MISS MARY Respectfully, DmscTons: Stanford, Ky. 77 m J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. 0sley, Stanfcrd; S J. Einbry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; Ky. J. F. Casn, Stanford. Meet all Trains night and day. Patrons taken to William Gooch, Stanlord; of Charge. any part of town Fiee A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevills, Fare cf Hotel $.oo per Good Livery Attached. W. H. Cummins, Prcschersi He IIASTIN, Prop. A. II. day. S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J.'B. OwsJcy, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Tel cr W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent. TO THE LADIES. Crab Orchard, u-6- m D. S. CARPENTER, Hus-tonvll- le. Miss Mary V. Steclo of Somorvillo, SOME OUR N. Y., is the first woman to bo olected Perfectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at commissioner of deeds iu that state. Jipei hundred. As low as $130 per hundred. for-tuna- to toil-soni- "Woman suffrago will win because woman suifrago is right," sayatho Now York Recorder in largo lettors iu tho corner of iti first paga Right you are, brother. For tho past fivo years Misa Julia nutchins Fanvoll has been priuoipal oi the Episcopal Church school of St. Mary's, at Garden City, L. I. Miss Farwoll is an advocato and exponent of tho best typo of now womau and toadies her girls to bo tho samo. Besides tho solid and broad education she planned for tlie young ladies sho carod especially for their litho and beautiful bodies, believing that physical training is nt least as important as that of tho mind. Miss Farwoll will rosign hor placo at the end of tho present school year nud go to Eurnpo. TJiero aro branches of study in which she will engage to prepare herself yet more thoroughly for hor chosen hie work. From a Now York papor uoxt day . Has more nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty Iiuggies, Surreys and 4 00 Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. Wagons. Plows Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at and more nice Harness, Ilridles, whips and more co 81.50 per bundled. As low as i 30 per hundred. Binder Twine than was ever seen here. He inPostage Iree to all subscribers in the United AlfpnUerns and thicknesses ot Ceiling In yellow vites the public to call and see his stock and get States, Canada and Mexico, . Eine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as J1.35 per pilces, 8am Logan, Itepalrer and lluik'er of harIiouble dressed lumber as low as j per ness, is in my house and would be glad to have his Address HARPER & BROTHERS, hundred. Ileautitul vellow pine finishing lumber, wanting work done. P. O. Box 959, N.Y. City. quarter oak, Ac. Sao money by giving us you. friends call on him when orders. T K LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster. 73 6ir .To the OF PRICES: Hustonvillo, Ky., HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Harper's Magarin?, One Year 11 Harper's Weekly, Harper's Baiar, " Haiper's Young People ' .$ 00 Portland. San Francisco. 11 A. C. Sine, Successor to ITOBTJMWEST ,.Via M&&ftfo .. For a The, TEXAS, 'US WEST, D0HTB-WE5T, S0UTH-WE31 To I'lAuro Vcsaela on tho Stage. FIRST CLASS. SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THULIMAN VESTIBULEO COACHES, SLEEPING AND DINING CAR E- NORTH AND EAST. nftor n high windstorm: "Tho women SEE THAfrOUR TICKETS HEAD OVER THE Menu Itevence. had a hard timo of it. Their skirts gavo WRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl In Now York the cablo cars ore kill- tho galo a purchase, aud they slid along ing bicyclers; iu Denver tho bicycles till a lamppost or somo other obstaclo CHEAPEST, BEST ANO QUICKEST LINE. T have cut down the receipts of tho cablo stopped them. Thoro wero a good many DescrlpUl Write for Rntes, MatM, embarrassing situations. " But bloomers companies 60 per cent. If this is aniphlctt, to nny rjtatlon Agent, or to M, T. RQO, make tho most of it r Chicago and kuickci bookers are not modest Oh, NULL, EVILL, ALIEN W. . Time-Tables, o, An improvement has been designed to facilitate tho representation on tho stago of a vessel at sea, imitating its rocking and swaying motion. It provides for overlaying tho regular stagowith a false stage, hinged at its forward edgo. By a clover mechanical contrivance tho rear portion can lo raised and lowered and given more or less lateral movement. Philadelphia Ledger. (j) tCUI5Vlttt.NtWAl3AltriSCHICA60RT((i Only Dining Car Route From X.OXTIS1TXX.X.K rial and by selling I will cany a general stock of Building Mate- FOB, CASH ONLY, Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ever been offered here. I would call special attention to TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, A stylbh Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to Oook & Farmer's Barbor Shop. FRANK J. REID,,) u. r. WIRE and SLAT FENCE in the market. Made ol Oak Pickets, the cheapest and best fence Agent, Chicago. 1 ) Be or Jf (. K.H . 1 D. P. A rent. Louisville. BACON'. DB. Ii. B. COOK, Stanford, Office Up Stairs; Drug; Store. Denver. i 1 i.a'irurrrAt. UUlUKk,ri. r it. il. tOLDHUSO. !'(. I Tratlla if KU4hOH,Tl. la. IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Mill work at City Prlcer. Ky. Mcltob-cr- u' "MONON" Route. to can for SURE 1 j : St. Paul. 1 Times-Heral- d. to! ELIZA AltCHAltU CONNKK. First; Deer East of m K ""ipMrfffs -v &MI- - 3tanford, VV. 6 OB S PAGES. EVERY It is said that the friends of Col. Breckinridge, who have it in for Senator Blackburn and will oppose him almost to a man, are having printed at Lexington a pamphlet showing that of the 13 bills introduced in Congress by the Senator 12 were for the benefit of relatives, and the other for the Lexington and Eastern railway. Senator Blackburn hasn't done much in Congress that's a fact, except to draw bis salary. He is a clever man and a popular one, but statesmanship is an unknown quantity to the "cave of wind.' He can present about as few claims for endorsement as any man we know of and if it were otherwise, his interview on the silver question ought to shelve him forever. The way our great and good Si inon Bolivar Bucktier rips him up the back for his populistic views is a caution, though he does not call his name. He ridicules the dogma enunciated by Sen-atBlackburn that the stamp of the government gives a coin its only value and proves by reference to the 150 octagon gold piece of California, which was not a coin of the United Statfs and had no stamp of the government, that the reverse is true. That piece of coin has always passed for its full value of $50 and will as long as it is in existence. ,The more one studies the interview of Gov. Buckner,,the more he is impressed with the correctness of his views on sound money and the prouder they are of a man, who while not saying it in the words of Patrick Henry, yet plainly intimates that be had rather be right than hold any office. or committeo yesterday to consider the Legislative raco, but a majority of May 10, 1895 those present wcro decidedly of the Kr., opinion that tho precinct conventions should send their delegates to the coun Then they ty convention uuinatructed. P. WALTON. can consider the question from every standpoint and nomlnato tho moat avail able mauono who can win. The precinct conventions will be held afternoon and wo trust will take this senttTZDJTT. sible view of tho matter. There was notn full attendance of the J I Tua Wiuchesjer Sun says thnt Wood Dunlap in one of Kentucky's coming men. Wood wont think tin's much of a compliment. Ho is pretty well satisfied that he "nas already came." NEWSY NOTES. every time ities best mower in the world. II you over break or wenr out the pitman on n Champion it is replaced free ol charge. ' v On. W. L. Withern and R, I). Bruro. Tho 153 fat cattle sold by J. O. Caldwell to Sam E'libry, were shipped this morning: by special train to Boston, Full house all the time. Everybody made happy. Mass. They occupied nin freight car. More joyful news. The Bargains still continue. They averaged 1,425 pounds nud the CHURCH AFFAIRS. scrap of pnpr thnt was turned over to We arc opening cases of new goods every day. We arc right in Mr. Caldwell by Mr. Kmbry, in ex- the swim and so will you be when you call on us this week. Rov. Frank Bascom, of Illinois, will We preach at the Presbyterian church Sun change for them, whs worth just Sll,- - mention a few special things to give you some idea of what we arc of008.01, the cattla having been sold at "' day morning and night. fering. fo 35. Advocate. "Rev". Andrew Johnson is holding a snnctification meeting at Cherry Grove .VKW ADYKftrinKMENT. and a number have professed that "Thai suits me," romnrkeil a man's murdoror, whun convicted at Jor sey City. He will bo hanged. Inn labor riot at Chicago ono striker was fatally Bhot, a policeman clubbed into insensibility and others more or less damaged. Argument for a rehearing In tho income tax ensefl was concluded Wednes day and the Supremo court adjourned until Monday, 20th. wo-cou- nty Lightest, stronnest, simplest Saves 150 pounds of diaft to and best. the horses a bundle. A'so the THE : BOOM Goes Bravely n. ) kf Saturday at 3 o'clock r. Rev. B. U. Horton, of West Virginia, who is visiting his parents in this Three Bulldini; rcom for ioo boarrfert faculty county, will preach at tho Methodist or 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturer! Patronage church at 11 a. m. Sunday. flora entire 8outh. Privilcci in Vindeibili Mmlc Cor.iervjlory. ArliMidio. Mills has accepted a Rev. B. Fay Fine Pawenger Elevatori. Terra begini unanimous call from tho ministers of eepi, j, ioj. oenu lor uiaiojue. Worth $1.50; Misses Low Cut Shoes Si, Si. 25, $2. Now is your Louisville to hold a series of meetings in chance to get a suit for your boys. Hoys' knee pants suits . to 14 that city, beginning in October and lastyrs. 75c. Another big lot of bo ing a month. & tabernacle will erected. At the Methodist jubilee la LouisT ville, in his historical address, BishI op E R. Kendrix said: In 1814 the entire membership of the M. E. church Just Received. was 1.152,107, of which 4tf),S5l adhered South, 124,811 colored and 338,010 white. Our sale on men's clothing has been so large we wcie forced to rcplen This has now grown to 1.402.SS3. The ish, so we have them and they are cheaper than ever. Our $$, $$ ago. Alderman T. Logan Hocker and white membership of the Methodist V and Sio suits arc the biggest bargains ever offered in Stanford. Don't j William A. Farnau, a newspaper corres- Episcopal Church is nearly 2,500,000. L fail to see our samples for Program of the Lincoln County Chris, pondent, fought in the lobby of a Lextian Missionary Convention to be held ington hotel. May ISth: There is a run on every bank in St. at Kingsville, 1. Opening services, 10 o'clock, W. F Johns, N. F. The panic was caused by a political rumor that the Bank of Mon Ellis. We represent the 2. Address, 10:15, J. L. Allen. houses of Fred Kaufman and Kcnach y in 71 i John R. McLean can now speak of his treal had failed. 3. Our Text Book, 10:45, Georgo PowUllman, Chicago. After accusing her of infidelity with "two newspapers both daily" as did the his sister's husband, a Philadelphia ell. late John W. Forney, of Philadelphia. Principles of the 4. Distinguishing clerk murdered his young wife and then He has bought of Mr. Pulitzer, the New Church, 11:15, W. L. Williams. Christian York Morning Journal and made Mr. committed suicide. 5. Dinner, 12:00 o'clock. Pleasant Hubbard, who was shot by McBride, the Washington correspondent 0. Devotional exercises, 1:00, J. T. his son near Barbourville, died of his of his other paper, the Cincinnati EnBrown. wounds. The son claims that the shootquirer, managing editor. Mr. McLean pro7. Address, 1:15, Jos. Ballou. ing was accidental. poses to make the journal an aggressive 8. The Sunday School, 1:40, J. S. Ken- Crisp says that the morning democratic paper, and he also A. URBANSKY &CO.( Proprietor, masses of the people in the South favor drick. proposes to make democratic 9. AddreeB, 2:15, W. T. Brooks. silver, but that the business men there T: D. RANEY, Manager. papers of New York show their bands. 10. The Great Commission, 2:30, R M. He has long desired to be a power in are for sound, money. The Cunard line steamship Etrurin, Campbell. Branch Stores: New York City politics, and at last his 11. Missionary Motives, 2:50, J. Q. which sails from Liverpool Saturday for opportunity baa presented itself. It is to New Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, York, will bring $1,000,000 in gold Montgomery and Allen Ballou. be hoped he will make bis new paper a 12. Report of Evangelist, S. G. LivVirsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. to the bond syndicate. more decent sheet than the Cincinnati John Martin, of Paintsville, was bit- ingston. publication and not devote its columns M Benediction. ten by his son who was afflicted with to abase of the administration. P. W. Carter, Chmn. hydrophobia and now he is suffering Though Gov. Brown had Col. Scott to with that fearful disease. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. t Daniel L. Paine, the deceased In assist in the prosecution of Fulton GorW. H. Murphy sold to M. F. Elkin don and there were promises of a big dianapolis journalist, left a request that sensation involving a Frankfort man, his remains be cremated and the ashes three fat heifers at 3Jc. B, D. Holtzclaw sold to M. F. Elkin who it was claimed gave Gordon the mixed with the ground. r means so much more than national debt of Great' Britain a lot of butcher stuff at 3c. The clew, there was nothing remarkable in , W. A. Carson has bought 5,000 is now 060,000,000 or about 133,000,000,-000- , the trial, except that Gordon fainted you imagine serious ana 1 pounds of wool at 12 to 14 cents. a reduction in 20 years of 100,000,-00twice. The defense offered no testimofatal diseases result from AND- WE ARE PREPARED George Baker bought in Pulaski a or about $500,000,000. ny and a motion of dismissal was made trifling ailments neglected. John Sneft, a Columbus, O., saloon- small bunch of heifers at 3 to 31c. With alt the choice thin fabrics to keep you cool. Come and sec our and argued at 11 o'clock yesterday. The Wm. Moroland bought of Tarinus Don t play with Nature s defense agreed to let Gordon be held for keeper, has on exhibition in bis saloon a beautiful Organdies, Lawns, Dimities, French Ginghams, Sattccns, manslaughter, but the prosecution re knife with which one of his former pa- parties 700 lambs for June 25 delivery at greatest gift health. Jaconet Duchcssc, Japancttcs, fancy colored gwisscs, Jaconctte Plis-s4Jc. trons killed his wife with while drunk. fused to permit it. If you are feeling Marcus Freiberger, of Cincinnati, White Goods in every weave ou$ and asplcndsd collection of Em out of totts.urak One of the taking features of the As we go to press a dispatch from Lou and cenerallv ex G, A. R. encampment in Louisville will was robbed of $500 at the Louisville race isville says that Judge Thompsou, after broideries and Laces. Those who hausted, nervous, have no appetite " hearing the argument discharged Gor- be a band of 250 negro jnbileo singers track Monday. ami can't work, J For Sale. Yearlings, Shorthorn don, holding that he was justifiable, a under the direction of Col. Will S. Hays. lng the most rella- - J The Gilley brother, three in num- and Jersev bulls. Pure and fashionably very righteouH decision, all things conhie s'reiiKtheniiiK " medicine. which Is Ky. ber, and Joe and Will Day, met in battle bred. F. Reid, Stanford, sidered. Hrovui's Iron Hit. Fred Taral, tho great jockey, offers ten, A few hot. near Norton, Va. Two of the Gilleys In the next 10 days will reap a rich harvest. Old and young ladies tics cure benefit fighting will soon be a thing of were killed and Joe Day was badly to meet any 105 pound pugilist for $1,000 Prizs comes from the should see our Perfection Oxfords, and the old and young men can the past. Florida and Louisiana, which wounded. very first dose it t a side. He is said to be a very scientific uvn't ttjin your have both winkd at the manly sport, (?) Louisville & Nashville earnings for boxer. not afford to pass by our Cardovan and Vice Kid Shoes and ours is ttttk, and It's pleasant to take. have declared against it. the former April show a gratifying increase. The A. E. Hugdley and "V. II. Briggs, of admitted by all who have examined it to be the best fitting, the best through ita Legislature and the latter total gross earnings were 1,435,010, Boyle, sold to S. Orothere", of Philadel material and the best made Clothing ever offered in this city. Come through its supreme court, which rules which is an increase of 137,702 over phia, a filly by O. F. Clay and sec us. We will buy your Eggs, your Feathers, your Bacon and that such exhibitions as it has been tho April, 1S9L Dvsncnsla. Kldnev and I lvir for 11,500. custom to jrive in New Orleans are as Neuralgia, Three trustees were murdered at a Troubles, your wool and pay the very highest market price, and if you want J. L. Yantis, of Garrard, while on a much prize fighta as though they were meeting in the school honse near Como, visit to W. A. CarBon at Crab Orchard Constipation, Bad Blood money for your wool you can have it at as good if net a better price fought with naked hands, and therefore Col., by a ranchman who believed they bought 3(3 yearling cattle of Daniel malaria. Nervnu nllmpnf than you can get. in violation of law. Oklahoma is about started stories of bis alleged improper Ilolman at $10.50. women's complaints. 4 f!t rtnlv f Tlllllna It lota ra..,l ru the only place, which legalizes and in- relations, with his daughters. It w.i L.iiativ AM liaiviuiicu .! F. P. Bishop bought of J. C. Johnlines . ... r ftf " on the vrranncr. .... nthrf in nti. 4 v,.., vites such sports and it will change the I rPCemt tt lunic ctamn taM 9 Hon. John Martin, of Kansas, In an ston, of Boyle, 39 ewes with 48 lambs ttUIf. tt nllllflal Wnl4 order of things when the people get civ- interview, expresses the opinion that thrown in at $2 and ol 11. L. Worley six 9 Wfli Refill Kf! and Tin - free, bookFair View ilized. rerLAu rurinn rr unless the democrats declare for free 130 pound hogs at 4. unwrni wni.niiv.AU vUi By the right of might and in the same coinage of silver thev will not carry a Bourbon Wilkes, sire of five in 2:10 J State in the Union in 1890. or better, and 45 other 2:30 performers way the republicans in Congress will President Cleveland has refused to died atSunnyside Stock Farm near Paris seat contestants of their own party, Gov. Turney was governor of pardon a Washington editor convicted He was 20 years old and valued at f Tennessee Wednesday. The republican of criminal libel. Such a pardon, be See me before you soil your wool. members of the Legislature would not said, could not be reconciled to the duty he owed decent journalism. Highest cash price. In my absence Mr. attend, but instead went to Chattanooga II. W. Thomas, a telegraph superinChris Gentry will wait on you. Iioom where they were banquetted by the man More-lanwho was elected on the face of the re- tendent of Minneapolis, went to cell on over Menefee's stable. William All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing the divorced wife of F. T. Williams. turns, and afterwards went through a Crit Davis has 34 horses in training Thomas was found dead in the gutter. done in first class style. mock inauguration of him. The demoand he says be will have a great string crats of Tennessee have made a mistake, Williams has confessed to the murder. army worm, which is this year. "Uncle" Sam Salter, who freThe In Blooming Orchards. A beautiful if not committed a crime, and they will uomg great damage to crops in many quently visits Mr. M. F. Elkin Here, is "song without words" for the piano, by yet, we very much fear. rue it Theo. Moellikg. Suitable lor good Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic portions of the State, turns out to be assisting Mr. Davis. players. Grade fi. Price 3o cents. Senator Blackuuhn continues to nothing but the old fashioned cut worm, John Harman, of the West End, Orange Blossoms. A beautiful an- Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work son of deaden over into the enemy's country. but ho can do almost as much damage. will stand a dante for the piano, by Fred. A. Fill-mokH. KINLEYS SIPERIEHCED PEIETEB. Not difficult. A piece that one BR. 2d, this season. Geronemo is hia All bis Bpeecbes so far have been in Gov. Japan hao yielded, or, in the lannever tires of plaving or hearing. Grade 3. n is the McCreary's district and Has charce of our 'ainting Department. Give us a trial. guage of diplomacy, has deferred to the name and his ,dam afterPrice 25 cents. noon at Harrodsburg be will hit him an- friendly advice of France, Germany and race mare, Sallie Reid. When you arc in need of music of an other lick. The Senator does not know Russia, and renounced its claim to the Anderson & Spilman bought 100 kind, write us. FILLMORE BROS., when he is well off, and is evidently permanent possession of the Liao Tung acres of wheat from D. M. Lipps at 50 monkeying with dynamite. McCreary peninsular. cents. A. L. McClelland, of the firm of MpsicPcpusuEia. in W. CtU St., Cincinnati, O. Charles Garrett was hung at Leb- McCleary & McClelland, Norfolk, Va., has his old district solid. do sewini?. Pliln nreferrFfl. Mr c anon, Pa , Tuesday. The murderer was bought 30 head of horses at B. G. Fox'a SEWING. give us released from jail after a term of three stable Saturday, at from $50 to $175 per J. CRAIG, near Danville tol. gate, Stanford, Kj. Oan't the newspaper reporters a rest with reference to Col. Jack Cbinn? years, and returning to his wife found head. Advocate. WARD MOORE, We love to hear occasionally the words her nursing another man's child, Twenty thousand people attended and he of wisdom that fall from this statesman's Of Crab Orchard, Is a candidato the opening racea at Louisville Monday. tive in the next Legislature, subjectfcr Represent on lips, but too much of a good thing is cut her throat. to the act Ii Kcceiyinr Hii Only a few yearB ago there was not Halma, owned by Byron McClelland, ol tho Democratic Convention to be held at Stancloys on too much of a good thing and ford on Mondar, May 13th. a single railroad in this country was tho Derby victor. Distance one one s stomach. : : with electricity as a motive power; now and : miles; time, 2:37J. Four to LT I f rTTC 1 W1" ,tVt 'l th h'd I can Charles A. Morganfield, the Aquia there are 850 such roads, with 9,000 to the niLILiO, forcaih or In trad; tor leather ;et on start. The value of the stake miles of track and capitalized at upward Creek train robber, has begun his court day at Stanford or at my home in Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me Cull. ' winner was $3,140. Chat. Enntlin. of 1400,000,000. term in the Virginia penitentiary. G)m-nauu- Eleven hundred volts of electricity went through a man at Covington, kill ing him instantly. The American Medical Association' Convention is in session at Baltimore with 2,000 doctors present. Two men, charged with doctoring tobacco samples at ClarkBville, were convicted and fined 1300 each. Governor Matthews will formally launch his presidential boom in September, by a trip through the South. A Cleveland man died of blood poi soning contracted by using his tongue to moisten the mucilage of an envelope. Champion Machines to the front. The farmers are appreciating the merits of the Champion and are buying it. Thomas Hollis, who was shot by William Arvin, at Henderson, is dead. The men quarreled over three cents. Alex Allison, aged 55, died at Val- pariso, Ind., from the effects of a pin which he swallowed more than a year Ladies' ribbed vests 5c, ladies' shirt waists joe, worth 75c, boys' waists 15c, ladies' black and fancy hose 5c. Men's extra heavy sox Rev. Geo. W. F. Price, D. D., Prcs., 5c; children's shoes, black and tan, 25c; Children's Oxfords 25c; .laMrs. S. O. Trueheart, Former- dies' Oxfords Baptist Church are requested to attend 50c. a business meeting of the church next ly of St nfjrd, Ky., Lady Pria-cipam. l. The 31st international convention of the Young Men's Christian Association of North America is in session at Springfield, Mass. The members ol the Crab Orchard Tcvin,, C:!!-:r- e f;r Tcur.r Lidi::, Ladies' Dongo Congress Shoes $1.25, iaKO p o H( s MEN'S CLOTHING J SUITS MADE TO ORDER.. well-known qj C O LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, EST., In Poor Health Samme r is Gome - L 0, f c, Brows I Iron Examine Our Job Counter Bitters four-year-o- ld It Cures V f r . ...-- u- . 111 ysJ HUGHES & TATE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, 40,-00- 0. St. Asaph Carriage Co., & MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. d. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. BE four-year-o- ld Pow-batta- n, e. well-know- one-bal- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 18-ye- ar Olten-hel- X .',i'!' ' ,b,rl.-i- . j iMrkii,Ytifai - 0tm J G$j JWjaiMwiliMIMWWWMfc"MiWMHMBWMHMaMMfclaaWMMMWWMMMMMWMM INTERIOR JOURNAL Clothing at Shanks'. Neckwear nt Shanks'. Silks for waists at Shanks'. SUICIDE! Ac, Stanford,. Ky., E, C. .-- 10, 1985 Water coolers, Walton, Business Manager at Higgins POINTS. Ice boxes, freezers, Mayor Hocker Takes order an inquest; besides there was no necessity for it, at the deceased himself bud cleared up whatever of tnyater might havo been connected with his c: death. & McKinuoy's. His Own Life. DEATH'S DOINGS. PERSONAL Danville, Ky. Miss Alma Gann, o( Somerset, is visi ting MIfa Cynthia Heck. Mrs. W. E. Arnold went to Lexington Toucn up your furniture with our oak, walnut or cherry varnish stains; sold in small cans. W. B, McRoberts. You can find all you want, if you are not of a porcine nature, in the eight pages of paper, without calling (or it. 's Giving as the Cause Offer Choice of 25 Pieces of Fine All-Wo- ol Tuesday to visit her sister. D11. G. W. Biionauoh is hack from a visit to his farm in Madison. Dr. D. L. Fmy ami wife, of Kirksville, spent Tuesday with friends here. D. L. Young, of Pittsburg, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mis. II. S. Young. Mita. D. W. VANDRVEKtinnd Mrs. John II. Klrby went to Louisville Wednesday. Mns. Domestic Troubles. A Samuel Hardin, of OoUeyville, Imported Dress fine 1 Goods At 39c Yard. Kansas, is tho guest of Mrs. Annie James. Mitw Call ik Hohton, of Lexington, is spending a wet k with nor ptreiits in the Hast End, Hon. John Sam Owsley, S11., and daughters, Misses Mattio and Linda, are spending a few days in Louisville. M11. and Mns. G. G. Faiii and Mies Mary Hocker arrived Irom Hertford yesterday to attend Dr. Hocker's funeral. Will Severance is at Crab Orchard trying to wash away a severe case of indigestion with the mineral waters there. Miis. It. Zinmkk was over from Cincinnati a few ilain on business. Shu says it is pocMlik' that they may locate in Richmond .Ml rt Mtt!k Riley returned with These arc all good styles and popular colors. Some have been 50c, some 60c, but most of them were S5C and St yard, so vc arc really offering the lot at less than one-hal- f average price. Don't expect these at any tunc but now. We will also make concessions on a number of Green river. Mr. 'I'lit mas Dnlton from London yesterday and in now n guest at the Carpenter IlollS'.'. Missus P. W. Green and W. L. Ev- nns joined a tithing party from Huston-vill- e and left the first of the week (or IMPORTED NOVELTIES In Dress Patterns that have been $1 to $2.50 yard. We can not well describe these, but would be glad to show you them. The doctor was in his drug store till a late hour Tuesday night encased in most acceptably for Borne time, will writing. He told one or two parties that leave in a week or two to take charge of he was going away and also told bis wife Linnietta Springs again and will open it the same. He did not go borne and Mrs. about June 10. Tho captain and bis Hocker feeling solicitous about bim went splendid wife have given this pleasant to several neighbors' houses to look for resort an excellent name with the Sum- him. Don't forget us on these, as we will save you money and show you mer loiterers and they will bo glad to Where he spent the night is not all the new and popular weaves, such as Crcpons, Mohairs, both plain know that they will be in charge again. known, but the horror of it to him must and figured, Serges, Jacquards, &c, &c, at all prices. have paeseJ all imagination. It was one Wonderful Air Churn. The atten- of tho most determined attempts at taktion of buttermakers and others who ing one's own life that oyer came under wish to handle the greatest seller on earth our observation. He bad evidently misis called to this churn. The salesman taken the length of the fall or the stretch churned at the Myers House Saturday of the rope, and fell so that his feet and get butter in two minutes. Another could easily touch the ilor. The neck For both waists and dresses are in great demand. We offer real Swiss exhibition Saturday. On Monday the was not broken and death ensued by exhibition will be in front of the court-bou- Blow strangulation. Taffeta as low as 50c yard. Finer grades at 75c and 85c and a great One band was The company wants two good against the door assortment of beautiful colors and stvles at Si and Si. 25'. Most of knob, while the feet men in this couuty. had to be drawn up to keep them from these have just been received and are the latest ideas! The case of A. A. Bastin against the the floor. Dr. Hocker left a letter in the post- Frankfort Manufacturing Co., which occupied a portion of two days in Judge office for his son, Jesse T. Hocker, in Davisou's court, resulted in a hung ju- which ho gave bim a history of his famry. Mr. Baatin sued the above company ily troubles, dating back six years. As Satin Duchcssc heads the list. We have all silk Duchcssc at 75c, for 593 for spokeB ho had delivered at the there was much in it of a private nature, tho son very properly declined to give it defy competition to equal our qualities. depot in Frankfort, but the company Si, Si. 25, Si .50 and S2 and to accept them on the ground that publicity. Mr. Hocker is tho only bou extra Brocaded Satin Duchcssc in beautiful patterns at 85c. they were not delivered at the time by tho first marriage, his mother being u heavy brocaded Taffeta at 75c. Heavy, soft all silk Moire at S5C and specified in the verbal contract and that daughter of tho late Marcus Helm, The I'can De Soic Mascot and Gross Grain in all qualities. , Si. they were not the kind contracted for. doctor's last wife was Miss Lizzie Fair CITY AND ViniNITY. Tuejury stood threo for Bastin and and they had two children, a girl and a boy, tho former nearly grown. three for tho company. Pekcalks at Shanks'. As upon everything else, Dr. Hocker Worms. Mr. W. P. Grimes says an bad very decided views on prohibiDress gooda nt Shanks'. army ot worms, with the appearance of tion and tho persecution referred to has Gauffrc Silks at 35c and 50c in all colors and fancies. China silks Ziboler shoes at Shanks'. cut worme, charged upon a meadow of reference to the various attempts to inin evening shades 27 to 45 inches wide, 50c to 1.00 yard. Brocade his and mowed it clean. To stop thoir dict him for violation of the Uw, which Nkw 50c belt buckles nt Danks'. Duchcssc at Si. Taffetas 1.00 and 1.25. Genuine French Organdies progreesho dragged a log over them, wro successful iu two or more instanbut found the best way to destroy them ces. His domestic troubles, whi:h are plain white 2 yards wide at 45c, 50c, 65c and 75c, only 5 yards to Imitation cut glusB just in. Dunks. to plow a furrow juat ahead of the believed 10 bavo been largely imaginary, dress. Born, to tho wife of William Dawes, a wts column. This ho did and yesterday morn- grew out of mouey nutters. When he boy. ing the worms wero iu it from one to married his second wife she had soveral German millet seed at Higgins & Mc- - three inches deep. He then filled the thousands of dollars, which the doctor Kinney's. furrow with straw and burned them. reinvested, soma of it unsuccessfully. Jet is the leader and we can hardly get enough. Yoke pieces, colSwell 7 Well, that's what they are Took Hubble also tells ua that his fields The loss annoyed his wife and the troub le began about six years ago. We learn, lars, bands and edges in a great variety in real cut jet and they are Opera Guards. The latest. Danks,. tho bavo been similarly attacked. however, that the doctor's estate is fully for waists, fronts and yokes at 1.25 to Jeweler. not expensive. All over jet Will Lek, colored, was placed in jail able to pay her all he owes her and still G. L. Penny is having tho interior of Wednesday. He was tried before Judge 3:00 yard. All silk drapery nets for same purpose at 1.25 to 2.00 yd. money left. bis store beau tilled with now paper, cal Davison a few weeks ago on the charge havo considerable 48 inches wide. Deceased was a member of the Presby of stealing corn from Perry Ballard and cimine, etc. terian church, but for a long time he lias, Who said the Globe Strictly One Price held oyer till circuit court in tho sum of taken no interest in church affairs and Clothing House was not offering the best f 100. His father gave Attorney W. S. very much opposed bis children going Burch a mortgage on bis threo horses goods for the money? mothand that gentleman went tho boy's secur- into the Baptist church with their The biggest line in Central Kentucky. Finest French Organdies in Ten days ago there were threo colored ity. Mr. Burch found out on er. The day before his death be said to further inTwenty styles French Dimity at 25c. Jaconets, corpses in town. Wednesday tho bodies vestigation that two of the horses bad Mr. T. D. Raney that ho had lost confi50 styles at 33 Dimities, Lawns, Cordcle, Ginghams, Fenangs, Fiquc, Ducks, &c, of three white people lay cold in death already been mortgaged, but tho mort- dence in mankind, a state of feeling bore. gage had not been recorded until after sufficient to make most anybody want to to 15c. in hundreds of pretty patterns at S Bhufile oil his mortal coil. The best and cheapest stock of shirts the bond was made, and fearing that he Relatives and friends of Mrs. Hocker and underwear for Bumtner ever seen in would bavo the bag to hold had the boy deny in toto that there was any serious Stanford. Don't fail to examine before placed in jail. trouble between them, at least so far as . " buying. Severance & Son. The body of Supt. McClary was hard- she was concerned. She always treated That is the kind wc have and not a little lot, but at least 50 dozen' Woven wire and picket fence made of ly cold before the rush of those who bim with deference and they are as surto select from. Two cases of new waists just receivsd. Prices range seasoned oak pickets. Tiie most eco- want bis place began, and there are ap prised as any one at his statement of do I. Mack Bruce will bo in the field this year and will pay aa much for your wool from 50 to 1.75 and are all of the best makes. Qualities and fits per- nomical fence on tho market, manufac- plicants without number. The law pro- mestic infelicity. vides that the county judge shall apThe law regards suicide as proof of in- as anybody. He will receive and grado tured and for salo by A. 0. Sine. 4t. fect and you may be sure that our prices will be under competitors. point after the examination of the appli- sanity, though the doctor showed no out- his wool himself at the depot. No such thing as competition with us. cant in conjunction with the county ward signs of it. He inherited the suiDanvillk's tax rate remains at CO Solid silver belt bucklo with wobbing clerk and another man to be designated cidal mania, however, from his Grandcomplete. Exquisite designs. Engrav- by the judge, this examination to be re father Hocker, who took his own life. cents, notwithstanding the $70,000 voted ing free; all for $1.25. Danks, the Jew duced to writing and forwarded to a The last time we talked with tho doctor, to build the water works, Bays the Adeler. board at Frankfort for acceptance or re ' ho was in an apparently cheerful frame vocate. Stanford people havo to pay 75 cts. The Cadets from Hogsett Academy, jection. Of course as the local board is of mind and gavo no evidence of the republican, tho appointee, if one quali- conflict within bim. He was a man of Danville, will hold their annual encampTub Danville fair association has dement at Fortress Monroe, Va., May 2S to fied can bo found, will be a republican. iron firmness and courage and tho last cided to return to the old order of June 7, and Horace Bowman is looking Judge Davison says that out of respect ono that those who knew his points, things, and will in Auguat coming have for tho deceased, for whom be enter- would suspect of suicide. forward to a big time. only a exhibition, with no raeeB tained high regard, bo will take no acThe remains wero taken to Huston-vill- e at all. There will be bic premiums for Tub court of appeals ia tho case of G. tion for several days. Among tho apyoBtorday and buried by the all sorts of stock. B, Cooper, county clerk of Lincoln, vs. plicants are Misa Kate Bogle, who of which order be had long beon a T. L. Shelton has extended the time for formerly bold the ofilco, and Miss Kate member. Dr. Bronaugh bought a bunch of rehearing 30 days, so the at Blain,Jobn Harman and Charles H. By special request of the family, Coun- catt'e while in Madison at 3 cents and Rowland are atill on top. Holmes. ty Attorney J. B. Paxton agreed not to will graze them on his farm thero. BLACK GOODS. TAFFETA SILKS SILKS FOR WAISTS. 24-inc- h Mhh. William Royston, of Upper Garrard, camo over Wednesday to see her mother, Mrs. G. II. McKinney, who was considerably worse yesterday. Mn. M J. Maiittknk.oI Louisvill6, special agent Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association, is here with his handsome wife In the interest of the institution. MiPtiKs Anna Rutland Julia Stagg, of HuHtouviile, showed their respect for their friend and the oflicer under whom they served, by attending the burial of Supt. W. F. McClary. Dk. Peyton was called Wednesday to Ml. Vernon to see Mrs. Jamea Maret, who is worse again. She has beon sick for n long time, and much sympathy is felt for her and her devoted husband. Mr. 0. C. Colmk8nkil is up from Louisville to get bis friends to sign a petition to tho government to refund the amount he paid on registered letters stolen from his car, while he was mail messenger on tho K. 0. Mu. G koi OK C. Goode, who has filled the position of reporter for this paper at Hustonvillo very acceptably, notifies us that ho has gone to Cincinnati to go into business. We regret his departure and wish him abundant success. Col. J. II. Holloway, representing the Safety Building and Loan Co., of Winchester, will remain with with us over Monday next, court day. Ho can be found at tho Myers House and would bo glad to confer with those who desire to borrow money. with daily showers, all kinds of vegetaThe startling announcement made tion is growing so fast you can almost Wednesday morning that Dr. S. G, see it. Hocker, mayor of Stanford, had hung' Don't fail to p.iy your subscription himself, was like a clap of thunder from when you come in Monday. We need a clear sky, but investigation showed it tUe money nlmoit as bail as tho man in to bo true. He was found by his cook Texas needed n pistol. in the araoke-hous- e a little before 0 o'clock a. vi. hanging by his neck to a l he election of a mayor will devolve small rope tied to a rafter and he had evon the city council, which will bold a idently jumped oil" a barrel. Dr. O'Ban-nomeeting for that purpose ih eoon as Mr. who lives just across the street, was . L. Withers, a member of that body, hastily summoned and finding life still returns from Casey. The body ia open remaining did all bo could to resuscitate to suggestions from voters and y him, but without avail. In his pocket era were found letters addreesed to his wife, Hurrah for Jim Baughmanl He has his daughter, Mita Mary, and the folordertd the mill whistle to stop blowing lowing: for sun time and fallen in with the new Stanford, Ky , May Oth, 1893. W. P. Walton, Editor Interior Jour-nal- : order of things. We knew ho would do it, when a certain pretty young lady told As there will probably be a good him she did not wish to be awakened deal of comment on my death, I will from her morning nap at 5:40. say to you and you can publish it if you It is rather a remarkable fact that of eeo proper, that tho cause of it is entire the five suicides that have occurred here ly on account of domestic troubles that in the last several years, four of them I have silently endured for a long time. left letters to the editor of the Intbhior I loyed my family dearly and Journal explaining the cause of their every means I knew how to live tried by in peace acts. The other threo were Arch Snow, and harmony, but failing I can Btand it Mr. Philips and old man Munday. no longer. While I have enemies as you know, Attention is called to the advertisement of tho Nashville, Toun., College For who have set up a regular system of perYoung Ladies, an institution second to secution on account of my conscientious none in the South, aud especially desir- views on some subjects that I had the able to parents in this section, where tho manliness to avow and act out,these have lady principal, Mis. S. 0. Trueheart, is given me no trouble and I would like so favorably known. Write to Rev. Geo. to hRve lived to have vindicated myself iu the minds of all just thinking people. W. F. Price for catalogue. n, tax-pam The weather continues very warm and Most Doliborato and termined Act. De- Capt. Thos. Rich ards, who haa managed the Myers House Linnietta Si'hinos. S. G. Hocker. se. re-fus- FOR EVENING WEAR. m m TRIMMINGS. WASH GOODS. jc. PRETTY WAISTS THAT FIT the 23th of April, Mr McClary wrote a little placard with these words "At Homo Sick," and tacked it on his ofilco door It was the last seen of him up town, for his disease, inihmmatory rheumatism, fast and reaching bis heart h fuw days before his death the end soou came and he expired at 10 p. m. on the Oth. There were few better and more useful men than Frank McClary rind his death creates the most profound Borrow. A Christian, a gentleman and a man of flno executive ability, be acted well bis part, there all ttus honor lies, and whether as citizon, church member or public oflicer, be did bis duty nobly and well and be goes to his reward not only with the plaudits of men, but of Him who bas promised to give eternal life to them , who are finally faithful. Mr. McClary was the oldest child of Joseph and '.Rebecca McClary and was born April 30tb, 1848. He obtained a good, common school education and was for many years a teacher. He took great interest in educational atJaira and in 1800 when be offered for school superintendent, the democracy of which party he was an unswerving member, gave him the nomination arid saw that be was elected. He.Iperformed the duties so well that he was endorsed by a second nomination and election and was eerving his Hecond term, when death cut short his useful career. He was very popular with all the teachers and they will niiea him sadly. At the Rge of 22 Mr. McClary joined the B.iptidt church and if it ever bad a more faithful member the fact does not appear. On tho 17th of December 1872, hewa.i united in marriage to Mies Annie E. Withttra, ami bix children were born to them, four of whom are living and with the loving wife are left to mourn their best of earthly friends. May God bless them and temper the blow to their capacity to bear it. It can be truly said of the deceased that whatever his bands found to do that he did with all his might, and bis membership in tho order of Oda Fellows was characterized by the same enthusiastic fidelity as he manifested "inj everything' hTdid. The order took charge of ids remains Wednesday and a very large procession of the members marched with them to the grave and consigned them to the earth with its impressive ceremonies, while hundreds of citizens and friends looked on in unaffected sorrow. Tne , the superintendent's office and the Odd Fellows building were draped in mourning and a general feeling of sadness and regret seemed to pervade the community. A good man has fallen. Earth Joses and heaven gains. There was no funeral sermon but Revs. W. E. Ellis and A. V. Sizemore conduct ed appropriate services at the grave and many an eye bedimmed with tears as the eod hid from view all that is mortal of one who in every station proved him. self that noblest work of God an honest man. In addition to the lym pat by feltH for the wife and children, the hearts of all true men and women are touched by the sorrows that have darkened the lost days of the old'father who in a little over u month has been called to givo up the wife, who for 51 years had stood by bis Bide, in pleasant and in stormy weather, and his first born. As he stood at the grave and wrung bis bauds in mute agony of spirit, he presented, a spectacle that would have moved a heart of stone. Ho does not sorrow as those without hope, however, for it will be but a short time till he will meet bis loved ones, who will bo waiting and wotcbing for him. Mrs. John B Dickerson di;d suddenly Wednesday She was sitting at the table eating dinner, when she grew faint and nearly fell to the floor. On being assisted to a bed she gasped for breath a few times and all was over. Heart failure and lung trouble wore pronounced by the doctors the cause of her death. Deceased whs Miss Sarah Hughes and she was a little over GO years old. Her husband, now, in his 80th year, and one child, Dr. J. W. Dickerson, survive her, and they are cast down with grief at their loes. Mrs. Dickerson was a member of the Christian church and is highly apok-eof by all who knew her as a most estimable woman. The burial was in Buffalo Cemetery yesterday afternoon, after a short service at the grave by Rev. W. E. Ellis. do-yelo- McClauy.-- Ou Wm. Franklin li 31 court-house- 1 n in twd'-da- y Ma-son- s, Danville, Ky. bar-room- s ofj..bjJ" - 5k.'J, fN'.gVjHjVviVj tjVfcKJM.. il-JS- , Ai- - C '( ' JS.l'j! A.I. 'vV ," fv -- ,'W i-x4 . ,JSViti,ii . . ,1J .Jam. emi-Week- ly interior Journa AT STORIES OF THE DAY. "SpeakhiR of accidents, " said (ho Boston ninn, "I hud n most singular 0110 happen to mo upon tho East Tcnnosseo road two weeks ago. I was in tho rear sleeper coming down the mountain when it jumped tho track rind went down over n elifiSo feet into tho bed of a creek." Silcnco reigned for tho spaco of flvo Fccowls, till fl tall, quiet gentleman of tho namo of Courtney leaned over to tho Boston man and mildly inquired, "Did you say 85 feet?" "Yes," said tho man from Boston. "Is that list?" said Mr. Courtney. "No! It is not list," thundered tho Boston man. "Tho car went down 85 foot and a littlo girl had her arm broken, although I did not get hint mysolf." "My dear sir," said Courtney, "I would not want you to think for a mo ment that I doubted your word, and speaking of tho mountains reminds mo of an adventure I had abont fivo years ago up in tho Rockies. Thoro wasn party of ns out thoro from Chicago hunting and fishing. Wowcro camed on a trout stream away up in tho Uto pass, and as I would rather fish than Ing a gun about all day I mado daily trips up tho stream. One day I went much farther than over before, and finally camo to a pool that lay between two high rocks. To reach it I had to climb up tho mountain sido and oat on a shelf of rock thnt overhung tho pool 20 feet below. I dropped my fly and as fast as it struck tho water I had a speckled beauty on tho end of my Una But all at onco I heard a scratching on tho rock behind mo, and on looking around I saw a big sho grizzly bear coming for mo with her mouth wido open. Thcro I was. without etui, pistol or oven a penknife to defend myself with, and suro death if I jumped into tho stream. " "What did you do?" cried tho Boston man in great excitement. "Do? What could I do? I just sat thcro and let tho blanked thing cat mo Hail No Escape, So Ho Just Let Ilrtiln Knt II tin Up. FIFTY CARAT DIAMOND. It Wns In n Mam of I'lunifyitgo aud fortunately Win Itnliicil. Un- Standard Rulo 0. Rocord 2:11). rabllabod Evory Tuoaday and Friday Wilt mako the season ol iSgj. g3 PKB YKAIUN' not topaid A.X) will be charged S2.50 "" TO THE LADIES My M I illlncry Stock it full and complet e. Call and you will.be sure to buy a new Spring Hat. MISS MCCIE TIEAZLKV, Stanford, Ky nl examine w. s. Stanford,' Home. btt-rck:- , Attorney at Law, - - Kentucky. Oliee on Lieaiter Street, opposite the Court Collection! receive especial attention. S3 Shipments of plumbago aro frequently SHIED BY WALSINGHAM 2100, sire of Latitude a '195 and 7or Sothetsin thollst. recoived at Ncwburg from t her island of t dam Tirncl... by Messenger Duroc 106, ion of Hamblf loclsn and tlreot Klalno :io A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, the dam ol Norlaiue,)earllng record a 31X. Ceylon, in which traces of gold arc .Sister to lamta Howell, Jr., by llamblctouian to, sire cr licxlcr 1 i;v a dim Hess -- .. found. Mr. Tillhighast, tho superintendby Harry CUy 43, aire of the dams cl St. Julian a njf, lledlne 1 19M1 Wood bay, 16 hands high and a splendid individent, said tho othor day that ho had 3 dam Jessie Sare- and la more that have produced 1 30 trotters; also sire of the dam of ual. They will each stand at $7 to Insure Hiectioncer sire 01 130 m inea 30 int. S. M. OWENS, found a diamond, about CO carats in by Libtrty, son ol Lance, by American Kclipst. McKtnney, Ky. 9 weight, which had been in n. pile of 4 dam Walsinchnm sl6, sire of Nabeth, is one of the ounpct sons of Gcorgo WllVts 319, record a as, who plumbago. Mike Wilkes a ij)f, Wileox a and 61 others In a 3 lUtry Witkts a Unfortunately tho diamond was not ulied also 41 producing ijfc. Ciuy Wilkes t ijK,daughters. sens anil 19 producing list; found until after it had gono through a Notr. Naboth is n bav hcrse. 16 hands liie.h, loalcd June 38, 1M8. Hie pedigree contalna the furnace which was heated to 1,000 de- bleod tit llanibletenian, Ooigo Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilol. Jr , and Harrj CUy. Will make the pievent season at the farm of T. A grees. Tho precious stono hnd been Coulter, known as the Sjulro Murphy placo, n $15 miles f btnnford on the iliistonviiie pike, cracked in pieces and filled with flaws My lino Saddle Stallion, by tho intcnee heat. Tho largest pieco is At $7 to Insuro a Living Oolt. tho size of a hazelnut and so badly Henry Watterson is a blood bay, 15 hands cracked as to bo of uso only as chips. high, foaled May 10, 1891 Tho stono, Mr. Tillinghast says, was sired by Lebanon 301, he by Red Wilkes 1749 Will alio make the rteient seion of iJ;s at th low price of EIGHTI DOLLARS to insure a living oneol the greatest living aires; has originally as largo as n walnut. will also stsud colt, lie is cleganll) brvd and a aurc loal getter. 30 performers to his credit, S in iSyi, such as Thobalanco of tho lot of plumbago in Prince Wilkes a 141, Xc, Henry Waiteuon istdam by liunco No. 17867, which the sti-uwas found is being exrecord a 7; sired Uuntr, Jr., pacer, public record amined before it goes into tho furnace, a 11. On'thefolldwlrg terms: I am to have the refusrt of the colt at your ptic on Seplember t, ltf6 deNow York Herald. Henry Watlrrsou Is perfectly sound and hat a ducting one fi.th of the amount for eon monry, but il the price is not tatisUctory to me, I will Ily Ilrlgnotl, out ol I'm ley, she by Cali well's Paris a find mulejlik, 4 years old and rot, Is an excellent breeder. Ho Is it, hands, gray in color and Is strictly a good one. Will also stand In connection BALA A. tLVE i, Henry Watterson 0111 At to Insure Irving Colt. ji WTLXiIIlVi: L., elghry-thrc- e SIX OR7GOOD JAOKIS, 04ng of the amount aikcd lor A. S. PRICED, Surgeon Dentist, UnBffl Stanford, Ky. Oiice ever McRoberta' Drug Store in the Ows'cy Building. SPRING AND SUMMER. Something to Beautify the Ladies. Daily openining. New Hats, floweM and lacetl give tho assurance to the trade that they wil 1find in our establishment the same cxclusiveness iln style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all tho .leading novelties in Millinery for which we arc known throughout the country. trimmer for the sea-ohare secured a Thanking you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally bestowed, wfcl M. D. DUDDERAR- KATE DUDDbRAR. Manager. "SVc 31 first-cla- n. Arrostctl by n Doc Bill, a shepherd dog belonging to Sheriff Sherry of Muncio, Ind. , executed a feat recently that was wonderful A couplo of vagrants in jailbroko away as a crowd was being taken to tho work house. Sherry ran after ono of them. Tho oulccr was surprised when a polico-ma- u marched tho other ono back soon afterward. Thodoj hnd seen his master cluiM) ono of tho men, and ho took after the other, who ran in an opiosito direction. In tho courthouse yard tho dog jumped at tho man's throat, finally setting his teeth in tho prisoner's coat and vest collar, pulling him down and holding him. A crowd ran to tho man's rescue, thinking a mad dog had him, hut a policeman recognized Bill and took tho runaway back to jail Bill will havo a collar presented to him inscribed with an account of his exploit Chicago Tribune. Only I'lorco Tor Ills Country. Guillermo Moncada, ono of tho Cnban a smooth, frictionlcis trolling gait, which carries tbecolt to pay for the isiaion. him over the ground rapidly. He is a grand Indito the hard times and the low price ol horse slock, I have greatly reduced swson fee vidual, I will also stand my fine black jack, and considciing their Individuality and breeding, they stand lower than any of my horses and Jacks, in the State. Stable two miles South of lluitomllle, on Moieland V Carpenter's Station piko. take one-fift- Nots J. K. BATJGHMAN, Huatonvlllo, Ky. Logan, LOGIC 917. N. S. H. R. , young Jack vill make the present sea-o- u at theold Levi Hubble farm, a place noted for SI red by Stonewall Jackson, Jr , Harris', by years as the home ot fine jacks. He is 4 years old Stonewall Jackson 73, by Washington Denmsrk 64 well built and fine bone. I will stand him at th HiI.ojic'i 1st dam by King William low price ol lly, by Washington Denmark by Ulack Denmark Secoud dam by Miller's Denmatk, by Denmark, Oolt 4 Months Old by Imp. Hedgeford. $5 to Third dam brOnstet'a Telegraph, by Telegraph, Mares kept at reasons tlc rates. by Hill's Ulack Hawk, by Sherman. Fourth dam by Teller's Drcnnon, by Iliinker's ,o JOSIAH Diennon, by Davy Crockett. Shelby City, Ky. Filth dam by Oliver, thcroughbml. Logic Is a very substantial hurse. bcautlfol red sorrel with fine mane and tall, which he carries as near to perfection as a horsecan lias a tine disposition ; drives nicely and lor his handling he is a fine actor. Rack, Trot, Walk, Ca ter and Stow Pace A few of his colts hate come this Spring and all have been found going the galls with high Standard and Registered: i6xt hands high; tis head and tail ami of extra fine site. he Is a very You can see from his pedigree that eat old and weighs i, 150 pounds. highlybred saddle horse, anil one that lll sire Emperor 7 will make the precnt seaon of 1S95 at lancy, Lrgic will male the saddlers uiy larm nesr Shelby City at smton at my farm, 4 miles trnm Danville, on the Danville and Stanlord turnpike, Full 13)4 hands high, 4 years old and has proved a sure foal getter. Ilewasslicd by W. L. Caldwell's Giant, out of a good dam. II. will also stand 'Ihit fine At $7 for Mares and $10 lor Jon-neto Insuro a Live Oolt. T. A. COULTER. ts liud Insure a HIS-IO- English I :- -: Hunter. Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high, both hind ankles white. Emperor 27. BY AUDAL.LAH MESSENOEU dsm Ihe William Luik saddle mare, by Davy Crocket, ton of Denuy. Predion, by lap. Dren-ne- n jit dam by Highlander. Abdallah Mcswngcr, sirs of Kngllsh Hunter, Is by Mesttnger Chief, sire of Maud .Mvwencer a i",, Jake a ft, and 7 otriers better than 1st 30 daw ausle by hcnilml a 79). in 1)71, sire of Von A mm 7 0inets better than 1 30, aud full brother to Volunteer tdm Kilty Rivers, g. d. ol Maud Messenger it"'; by Alexander's Abdallah, sire ol Goldsmith Maid s 14, arnl the mes prtpulcut son of Kysdyk's llimblctonlin. 3 dam by Red Jacket, sirool dam of Kentucky Wilkes a i, and ol Ihe g d. ol Red Wilkes. Ily Cornel, a son of bherman Morgan, sire ol y Illack Hawk, founder ol Ihe Morgan tamily, ihe gustiest family of teadstcis lu the Homo Sockors' Excursions TO POINTS IN MICHIGAN j high-taile- d sig'snl MAY 7TH, 1895, up." In tho roar that followed tho Boston man took no part. Ho looked across at Courtney's placid face, in which thcro was not tho shadow of a smile. Then ho laid his napkin en tho tablo and sneaked out of tho room. Chicago Times-Heral- 3IG FOTTS. ROUTE, On Tuesday. May 7th, the Big Four Route will ell Excursion Tickets to points In Michigan, at Sh i very low rate of t3ne Fare For The Round Trip. Tickets good returning as days from date of sale The Dig Four Route have unexcelled facilliie In 4rtt ran r SM re nnlnti art TtVilfan 1U1 IVS ivtuw for lull particulars address any agent. D B.MARTIN, 5. O. McCORMIcTj lrcs. Traffic Manager. Gen'l Pas.. & Ticket Agt. tTtX) A Mcnn Trick. on tho streets of New Orleans. insurgent lcadors, said to be now dead, was a negro, black as coal, of hugo stature and vast strength. Ho is described as being us gentle ns a woman in his ordinary disposition, and to gain mcro privato ends would not hurt a fly. It was only when lighting for Cuban independence that ho became fietvoand warlike, Philadelphia Ledger. $5 for Mares and $10 for Jennet3 Poit-Offic- ! e I. S. TBVIS. Shelby City, Ky AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. PEMCE. season at my place, iH wiles Will make East ol Stanford, at tr-- A lien retained on colts until payment of service. Logic is standing to suit the hard times. See him before you biceil I'astuie at Ji per msnth. Grain led at reasonable rates, which must Lu paid bcleie marcs arc taken away. "t Vr-meri- t's lam-U- A. E. HUNDLEY, Danville, Ky Ey. Midland Ey, Only Duect LlLe BetTeen Cincinnati and Frankfort Shorten, and quickest between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Dec. 30, 1834. No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. X.ve Franklort Klkborn A Prankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. a. m. 7 00 7 p. m. a. m. p. m Stamping uround ' GeorgetownU. Arr. 0. S. Depot " Paris... .C "URA.INS WKST. ..711 38 7 47 7 55 8 30 319 5 loco 3 33 4 33 300 3 30 a 40 8 30 S'SS 4 15 4 40 930 S ' 515 545 5 JO No. . No. 4. No. 9 No. 8 a. m. p m. a. m., p ra. Paris ....C JLve '.i 39 - 9 45 -6 4s "Sta 30 C. S. Depot.....io 37 " Veergctown u 10 40 045 545 dfcujJ " Sttnp'g Ground 10 59 tJ7 0j .;t 05 6 17 6 45 " Ulkhorn I 40 7 .11 16 Arr;rrankfort...A 73s 1130 ' 7'Jaoo Leare Frankfort vtxis m. Leave Frankfort 10:10 a.m. S15 p, at. 8:30 a.m.; arrive at 7 Lexington "C jiI1 --J a m.;arrlve Cincinnati at fJB Leave Frankfort . 1:30 p. m.; arrive CincinuatI SUNDAY TRAINS. West Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrive A. M. at Frankfort 11:30Franklort East Leave a:sJ P. M.; arrive at Georgetown 3:35 P. M. Leave Frankfort 1 30 p. m ; arrive Cincinnati &tsp. m. Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m.; arrive Frankfort 01:30 a.m. Trie Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connec-tAu- ii form the shortet and cheapest route to all joints .South, East, .Vorth and West. their tor further information apply to Pass. agents. Agent. C. D. HEItCAW. Gen. G EO. B. HA R PER, Rec'r & Gen.Supt Frankfort, Ky. .IF VOU ARE GOING., HOHTH ok WEST, THE Times-Democra- A Nuptial Inuoiatloii. Thcro A rather rcmarkablo marriago took $16 To Insuro A Living Colt. was no humor in it, no fun. Simply a placo in this city yesterday. It is REGISTEKKD. pieco of asininitysuch as men of n very in that it took placo at noon t. ti riusi4 i1mtlf tn ts a breeder of ordinary and groveling habit of mind and not at high neon. As the observant BY SECOND JEWEL 10. both style an.l speed. His colts have sold from lovo to indulge in. reader must havo noticed, all recent tho pasture, without any training blllt, at $IS tu Dam by old Stonewall Jackson : It was These were tho circumstances This fancy saddle stallion ill make the season fashionablo marriages, when they havo $130 these hard times of jfcjs at our stable J mile from Millcdgerillc, high noon on Canal street, and all tho takeu place at any noon at all, havo Marcs taken care ol at $ per month, but not Lincoln county, Ky ,ou the Manfard A Mllledgecity was out in gala attire. Through tho taken placo at high noon. San Francis- responsible for accidents. tile pike Owing lo the scarcity ol money we will stand him midst of tho crowd that thronged along co Report A. M. PENCE, Stauioru, Ny. 13 Canal street passed tho tall and proud At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. form of ono of Now Orleans' most disTo IVrpctunto the Iuillau Ilcllglou. Money due when the colt comes cr the msre is tinguished beaux. With his eyes on tho A. J. Blackwell, a rich and erratic parted with. Mares grared or fed at reasonable passing show, tho beau took no notico Indian, who owns tho cities of Black-woprices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any of who walked by his side. occur. and David City, in tho Indian Ter Gilt Edge Is a beautiful red sorrrl, fluy mane Now, it just so happened that a party ritory, has decided to build a temple in TVI- - .nl.nM jnmMn.t ttftttlnn IV till Ilia) sa,tauau iim.th .. oitneiate L. thd and tail, it hands J inches high; was foaled Sept. . farm at I'. 6, S5, and Isa perfect saddle horse. ainn tt of darkies wero out for a promenado on David City to cast $300,000. Ho wishes Garner, miles from Crab Orchard, at 3 and took Gill Kdge was showed as a i Canal street. Thoy were female darkies, in this way to perpetnato tho Indian rethe KlrkavllleaLd Danpremium old villesweepstake own nng at Harndiburg Those country femalo darkies, gaudily attired ligion. Now .York Tribune. and la his at $5 to Insure a Oolt 4 months who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are in red and bluo, with fat, savago faces, red bay stallion, saddle and harness cordially invited 10 look at our hone and see him Drignnlia is a black as tho insido of a crow. It further combined: 16 hands high: fine style and actien move. He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning and has fine nane and tail He was sired by Abjust so happened that theso darkies in ham's lewel, h by eld Washington Denmark dallah Messenger, he by Messenger Chiel. making their way along Canal street Ilia first dam Minni. by McDonald's llalcorn. Hrlgnolia's first dam by old Leaingtou, the fine Second dam by Wells' Crustder, his first dam by walked immediately by tho sido of tho saddle horse. Stonewall fackson, he by Washington Denmark, well known and popular beau. Of courso ho by Ulack Denmark, his first dam by Cruiader, he by Old Whip, secoud dam a llocky Mountain ho didn't notico it, or if ho did noMorgan Denmark is a bay stallion, 15K hands is bred tico it ho was contemptuously unmind- high. He willsplendidlyHo will as a glance at hofs This fine young Jack will serve a limited num- mare. snow. make the seawn pedigree MADISON SANDIDQB & SON, ber of marcs at Six Dollars. ful of it It was out of tho question that See. at my stable on Danville & Lancaster pike Season money due U mar Is traded or parted Mllledceville, Ky. miles north ot Hubble, at any ono should think ho was walking W. S. GARNER, with Crab Orchard, Ky. ,3 with tho country negrcsscs dressed in red and blue. Then tho mean man came along and Care taken to prevent accidents but responsible perpetrated tho mean trick. It was a should any occur Lien retained en colts foi seaTHE GREAT SHOW STALLION, very simplo trick, a very gravo trick, son money Mares traded before fact is ascertained Winner el 1500 stake at Lexington, won second makes sason money due. money in Jtoo stake at Versailles, winner ol aged Day stallion, 16 hands high; foaled In 1(90; goes and didn't take a half second to exeMorgan Denmark was foaled in 1SS9 He is by perfectly, rull brother premium and sweepstake at Paris, also winner of cute. As tho mean man approached tho On Time, son ol Monewall Jackson. 1st dam Lady all the gaits great show mare, Allie G. to Silvtr otner premiums in King and the since wnicn time ne nas Morgan, by Monewall Jackson, and dam by dam Mollis Mount been in the stud, well known beau ho glanced ut him and He Is by Un Time. First 3rd dam by Matchless, 4th by Transby. EAG1K IIIRDisa besutilul brown, with small by Cabbel's Lexington. Mcrgan Denmark is oneol the best bred saddle then glanced at tho array of darkies. star, stands over 16 hands, has a Hewing miue Has good n ane and tall stallions in Kentucky. and a heavy tail. Then ho smiled graciously and took off and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fail to see him. Eagle Hint was sued by King Eagle, winner of his hat ceremoniously. With tho sponK DUNBAK, Hubble Ky. 17 more than 40 blue tics. taneous good breeding of a trne, well Brown stallion, 15); hands high; fosled lb Spa. ttt dam by Star Eagle, oest sou ol Obbcll's Lexington Sired by Woods' hawle llird. first dam Alollie known and popular beau, tho well Mount, as above. This .a as fine a horse as you ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, son cf Washington known and popular beau thus saluted reDctimatk. will find in Kentucky and goes all saddle gaits 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son ol Miller's Denturned tho salute, und a half dozen ladies ABDALLAH MAMBRIN0, gcod. mark. who wero passing by at tho time looked 3716. Eagle llird will make the season ol i;j at his stable two miles west ol Starfjrd, the Shelby at him wonderingly and then feigned City pike, at the extremely low price of and grandilre of 17 in the list Geceva S Sire to eo something tho other way. oto 2 ioJi, Iieltie Jones 3 19H. Maltle II 2 11 tf, hands high, lire by Dark a la, Wawona 2 19', It was really a very mean trick, and, 2K. o4, CharlestonTelephone a ij, Reward JWheeler Chester brown stallion, is3!Daisy, by W allace $15 tu Insurca Living Colt. Dare. Fir.t dam a io!, a 18, ay o.: Elmore. Daisy has been as has been intimated, utterly without Sigma Nu a 17K, Ulicin a 2i4 and dam by DUk Money or cash ncte will be required when a a blue tie winner In many rings in her 3 and 4 year humor. At all events, that's what tho Old form. . . . living colt Is obtained. the greatest show horses in BY ALMONT 33. Eagle llird is one of mane ido season 01 ioyS well known and popular bean most emThe above stallions win dam Lyd, dam of Lady Majolica a 15. Kentucky, as his in ib3 will attest. As a at my stable mile from Stanford on the phatically declares. New Orleans breeder ol fine, good colored, high styled exits ne at It was tho meanest trick over played I will stand English Hunter Ihe season ol ifcjj at my stable 3 mivi Irom Shelby Cilr, oa the Knon Lick and luroersville p.kc at Su lo insure a living celt Mjoey due when lull is faaled 01 mare aitiil u lh I wJljiUo stand the excellent young jack, wsuu. GILT EDGE 261. GOVERNOR ST. JOHN, Five years old, 1' hands high, with white plnti. heavy bone good style and evtra length, Sued by the champion lack, Tom Kerne, by Rube he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight's Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth Torn Keene'sdam by CoL tpiora, he by Kpiom's Montgomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old IHack Tom Keeae's ad dam by Mogul, by Mmpion Comproiclie, by ripcano, by illaik Hawk, by Imp. Warrior Gov fit John's dam Dolly Wouds, by Tully Warrior, lit r data an unrorted Jennet. l'he above finely bred )oung jack, whose Mold lines trace twice la the great Warrior family and to ihe noted Illack Hawk, the giraicit of the Var nor family, with an infution ol Iresh Imported M00J cloe up. has proved a great brcedr. VVili stand al JO lo Insure a living colt lo approved marcs aud 110 for jennets, without distinction as to ses ot progeny. I will alio stand - BRIGNOLIA. 111 a iffi-i- ll A V A year-ol- d SAM SMALL, At l lo Insure s living co't Sam Is said best coltou mule jack In the country, 10 be the Morgan Denmark. 1 i B. P. POWELL. THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, CLINTON, JR. Gambonito 8119. Race Record alio?,' Sire of Gilbeit i a8tf. Winner of the and sweepstake premiums for standard-bre- d trotters at the World's l'air, iSjj . Slreof 4 in s 30 list. lit dam Maud, by Gairard Chief, sire of Ilaiil Duke s s8f and Lady Vtis. r. dam ol live in s jo list sddam Nellie, by looorDillv lloyce a 14, by Corbeau. jd dam by Helm's Yorkshire, thor- $7 to Insure a UvIiijj Colt Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19 ROYAL KING. EAGLE BIRD! I5-;- j oughbred, Vlr-gini- Central Park, ai tbe tiarnbonltoSiiQwill low price of make Ihe season of 1(33 at $25 to Insure a Living Colts Garnboni'a s 19!;, the hauJsome black son ol that great young ilre. UambetU Wilkes a 19JJ, has bven declared by thelilghrsi authority, ana alter going intough the most irylfii teits, the finest and moit perfect specimen ol standard bred g stallion lhal lives l.ainbcnito wears the o III. clal seal as being ihe handsoacst trotting stallion in the world, and a I who have seen the kingly fbim and lordly bearing of this proud monarcn of theiulnc world know now justly the mantle so long and so worthily worn by Mambrino King to this grand production Kentucky Gambonitola ajet black stallion, juit 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, aud as an individual worihilv wears the lltle.-t- ho finest bred trotting stallion In the world," as awarded him by the World's Fair coiuiuitirtv He was awarded tho grand piic offered lor atandard bred SUilloni five years old and over and also first prire for trolling stallions cf any age 111 harcest. Thus he was winner of the two most important prica offered at the World's Columbian bcposlilcn, His first colt. Gilbert a ai at 3 years old, won lour out ol five races in 1S93 as He breeds speed and Individuality. If you want lo raise the kind to sell, (iambonito lstheonelo breed lo. Call and see his colli: ihey will speak for themselves, Hot-tinhorse-irauihl- p. Eaglet. 1 Chester Denmark. Den-mar- k, ..... 1 1 Hustou-villepl- t. Her Antlclove I'osltion. Mrs. Dr. Annio Lemmon Grifllu has Louisville 4 NasjHvtur. R. R. for you, as its r introduced a now act at tho Muncio that is being applauded all over tho city. Thursday night at a show sho was ono of a small theater party of women, and sho occupied seat No. 4 from tho aislo. Tho uoxt two seats wero occupied by well dressed but very nervy young men. As soon as tho curtain dropped ufter tho first act tho two men requested that tho ladies uriso and let them out Mrs. Grifliu politely informed them that sho wonld not get up for them. Both remained standing and finally up- pealed to the hons-- policeman, who call- ed Manager ysor. Ho stated that tho seat occupied by tho woman belonged to her, and sho conld do as sho liked. Finally tho men wero compelled to sit down, and tho house fairly shook with applause mado by tho audience, who had becomo acquainted with tho trouble. Mrs. Griflln will bo given a medal by other Muncio women who aro calling in perhon and extending their congratulations. Indianapolis Journal tho-ate- at, Director a 17. sire ot 13 in a 30, Onward a sJ4 sire of 4; in a 30, Thorndalc a ai(,slre ol 7 in a 30, John F Payne, sire of 3 in a 30 Ills cons are une, large anuii;niu. iuciiw.)-ogoing neo. tails to win admiration and their a f $10 to Insure a Live Colt. Colts stand good for season money. Mares Irom a distance kept at $1 per monthi but not responsible lor aendents. Stallions in charge of Roy S. Ileailey.. Am prepared to handle horses at reasonable prices. JOE E. FARR1S. is remarkable, with wonderful natural speed and they improve very rapidly. garr.cness is not surpassed. Marcs Irom a distance will bo lurnivhed gra-- s after May 1st at li.jo per month and must be paid at the removal of the mares. Care will be taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible shoubl any occur. Parting with or removal of marcs forfeits the insurance, B. P. 'WOODS. Ii the line doable Dally Trains Make.close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. ft- THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire cf JOES. RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky THE WEEKLY SOORffiR-dOURNA- L Will serve inares at Sis to insure a mare with hands finely is black, 15 foal. Washington formed, has a tine mane and tail, and is a perfect a natural saddle horse. as well a Sired by Cromwell by Washington Denmark. Cromwell's dam by Old John Dillard. Washington's dam by Halcom, ad dam by Cruiader, 3d dam by Cockspur. 1 consider this one of the fin est horses In Kentucky and his family 011 both sides has producod the best saddle horses in the State. He has proven himself as good a producer as any of his tamily. IU and his colts, any in,, have taken more Drcmiums than horse in the State. It is not at all improbable, f if not already true, that in a few more years the monetary value ot Ins colis will be greater than tcalol any otnerstaiuon. It contains la a ten pgs eight column democratic newspaper. tho best of everything going. HEN-BWATTERSON is the editor. Y PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. makes Tho WEEKLY COURIEn-JOURNAcry liberal terms to agent , and gives tree pre oxiums for clubs. Sample copies of the paper and four pjge Premium Supplement scut free to nny .address. Write to L The SKmi COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. The - llotli Will He Scarce. If tho bicycle crazo continues unabated for a few years more, ono of tho attractions of tho twentieth century dimo museum will bo tho man who never rodo a wheel Omaha Beo. No, iho man who never tried to rido one. ClovcLuid Slaking Weekly Interior Journal, And The Courier-Journ- al Plain Dealer. It Kasler to Lose. 'Weekly In a now poker deck tho number of tards is to bo increased to 00. Can't a Juan loso enough money with tho old Ceck? Now York World. Will be gent one year to any address for 82 75. W. P. WALTON, 4 Saddle Horse Register. und in every par HCi.lar rualed May, 1891 Sired by RED PRINCK34, by KoconJ Jewel 48, Goes all tho gaits to perfection and without any by lewel 70. by Washington Denmark 64, by Gaines' Denmark 61. y Denmark P. S., by training trots under a 40. Fifteen and Imported Hedgelord. hands high. This fine imported Hackney atallion will make Uy Sumpter Denmark, Jr., he by Godda'd's 16 hands, I',lmonJ,S!tbro.wn the season of 189s at my farm on ihe Ctab Orchard Denmark, he by Gaines it Cromwell's Denmark, (JarrarJ .:lr3Vi.'CS':H0?b),'-'r- ' known pikethiee miles Ircm Stanford, mares as the he by the hUi horso Denmark, he by Imp.Iledfe-forl)?k' it "7 Mambrino John M. Hail lariu, and will serve Chief, and the dams tSambomlo a world 3$, by SIr.Wallace, he champion, Veiscr. toor Oolt. 1 darr D7annie Wallace No, Wallace, r.e by bir Al- better, ad and l.idy Diamond dam of s.ti, Rog. dam Old to Todhunter'a Sir 513, by Len ers. 3d dam by Gaston's l.af.iyctie. bert, thoroughbred, Money due when thc'.fact is ascertained or mare a dara...by Vlrglnius, dam of Virsinlus by Tran-bThornton htar Is the kind to breed la You find thoroughbred; he by Mason's parted with. to lu,l'??...' dam'sI,d1 h heru.ni bickiron.ng - lgeIord. ad 351a is a fine individual and posCounaught has the by, by Mambrino Chief 11, and is thecrois of Nobsesses the finest action ol any horse in the coun- 3 dam... a Whip mare try. The Hackney is noted the country over for njo irollers; besides Nobby . Is aire, ol a sire of two $10 the iii.iiH.uj -nl our lift! i.nl.1 . style, action and endurance. They have been bred r dle.tall.on7nd17otl'ing.,ud" "S',lerta ,i,,,- for these qualities forever 100 years. Connaught ad was bred by James Cpker, of cam ot mormon is 16 handa Son or Clay 4779, son ot Electioneer, sire of 149 Bectley Hall, Eaat Dereham, Norfolk. Wassirid and is oneol the finest maree lu Star, by . in the a 30 list . She isa nnliil .h.--, in.r.. ...i.u by Victor of Ueetley 1837. Dam lionme norap-so" iiyie arm acMambrino, sire of Lark Highflyer toc6. rie was itnportid by A.H. I Dam Ktlie. by Abdallah tion. Hs and dam was 16 Sixteen hands high. lie Wallace Denmark 55, anybody s. r hornlon Slat bands aud as fine ; of Crawfordsvlile, Indiana, luno 3, 1893. the firt and only mare inai na 1110 a w.ts exhibited last vear We think the Hackney crossed See pedigree ol Wallace Denmark 53. aao list, laik produced Rtward . ioK. Tele Testimonial: old at quite a number of Kentucky SigmaNu 3 17K, Miss Rachel J 30, with Kentucky mares will make gnod sellers and 1 dam Mag 37, by Vidette. by Vindex, by Blood's aa.a3.vcar phonea fairs and only met deleat once or ivvice, always Wawoua a 19S, Wllkiemout a aS, Annie Caroy good horses for the Eastern market. Illack hawk, he by Old Ulack Hawk. Videtie's be ng a contending horso in the saddle stakes lie 1 kk Thomas, Lexington: first dam by Whip, ad dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old W,i11 tl,,?1k'l0'' "mlng season bo ine bos.among 330, jivcrags u ii.b.w4. E. D- - PknulktoN, Norfolk, Va. Tiger. Yindex'a rst dam by Mambrino Chief stallions, and tho horso lhat Call and see this excellent stallion ti, ad dam bv Old Hay Messenger, 3d dam by make Ms owner proud of the Job. beauishim in fine COUNTY HORSE CO.. every .particular, goes all the LINCOLN Cannon's Whip, ,Ho evUy A F. Monieiav, Stanford, Ky. ery thin, right to a jelter. a. gai., ,d can do V,U should b forty-on- e inehea high. 2 dam'Julia Wallace, by Sir WaUnee, he by Shetland Pony, serve aim lied uumberof marcs o. Sir W.IUce, he by Sir Albert, thoror Sio cash time of service.At 1615 To oughbred. l1 NES, MGR. T m"," b'd nd in loal should change J. w. B. JONKS. money due at lhat time. Mares kept 3 dam by Virglnlus he by Mason's Whip, thorat ., , . Maple oughbred. reaionaM ri... "cedent. should any occur 4 dam a Whip maro. milt covered track Saventy-fU- e M. RUE, large box stalls. Three Annual Combination Sales. Five minutes walk from the depot. my care and breeding will saddle and Stock committed to Horses handled fo apeed, broken to receive my personal attention. Grass furnished harness, prepared for sale and sold on commis at reasonable rates, to be p Id bclore removal of " Jersey Cattle, Shetland Ponies. responsibility for accidents or esc pes Dean's Ulack Diareond Roo stock. No Sole Imp. regiitetcd Berkshire Hogs, Shropshire Paint. proprietors furnisned for painting Wood, Pa'ting with stock forfeits insurance. Estimates Sheep. Red Tigs for sale. Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Allrools painted with Dean's UlackIn Diamond VJ. STEELE CARPENTER, E. P. FAULCONER, best els-efor years. Dealers Paint guaranteed Huitonvli:, Ky. Danville, Boyle County, Ky. Pumps and Galvanized Iron Miters. 1014 WASHINGTON 54. THOMTOW STAR. ""'. Wallace Denmark, Connaught 2d S512 55. At $10 Insure a Living three-quarte- rs d. con-i.r.t- ,,. '1' "'. y, IQUIQUE 19002. Insurance. a s tp, n, JLiEXEIL 22, !,.. -- .',' In-uur- i, TURNER. 's Park Kindergarten. One-eigh- th JOITES BROS.. Stanford, Ky. ,.h. ,,,,.,. """""' Tin & Sheet Iron Works, $10 the Insurance. WM. Danvlllo. '' 07-i- m A BTVk M3k 10 la? SKir 4flE4. HB D7 IES , r.-:i KCU BEV DISPLAY TH i Y ,4 V STRICTLY ONE PRICE .,.- 5P tS f V t 1 CLOTHING HOUSE i , t 3MEst,x.e2S 'fcla.e Foil lay Jy To Every Purchaser of Five Dollars' Worth mm, larxxx gitfe 14th. II Ticket to the Wallace Gireas, Danville, We have an Elegant Line of Men's Cheviot Suits for $5. All wool Suits at $7.50. Fine fabric and workmanship at $10. Also as good as any Merchant Tailor can make you we sell you at $12, 13.50, $15, $18 and $20. Our Oh J Li JOl i ren M j rimenf is AMD. r --W-WTl rn te irf 7 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. J 11. TO tr P Are the best in the market at very low prices. Call and see us. iiiniii R oI m n a a. usvjjj .rr JLV JlA vv Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Strictly r, ' . THE G-LOB- E ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE, & J. L. FROHMAN JUtojH4..A ?: . , CO., DANVILLE,. KY. v 'TV JfcJC.4J L a . W1 - v s. , A Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: SUCCESS IX HER AET. AMALI AT rabllahod Every Tuesday and Friday KUSSNER AND HER CAREER AS A MINIATURIST. 0 FJCR, YMAK ewWhen not so paid IN" ADVANOH will be 32.BO chared,- - Iler Striiprjlo to Oct a 8tart Wtirk With Ol.oas Notable l'ortrnlta. the Masulfj-lnjrcrsonnl Skvtch of the Vonus Artist. Abaorbctl In Her Art. r K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at , L.&N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. Ainalia Knssuor, tlio miniaturist who ia nt present attracting moro gonoral at.. tention thau any other artist in .Amotion. follow! : Train pan Junction City About two years ago in tho winter N N?rth t " No. 1 South -. ...toopm of 1893 and 1803, to bo nxaot this " " 3 ' J.iSm- ' 6 " 11.30 pm .J.I5" young girl, then scarcely raoio than a " 8 40 p m "10 9 child, canio to 'Now York. Sho was f iDoWSmp nlouo, without influence, brought no letters and was as nbsolutoly unknown as if just doscoudod from auothor planot. Moroovor, sho was a miniature painter, .and miniaturo painting had been prac tically a lost art over sinco photography had como into popular uso. When Amalia Kussner arrived in Now York, tuo miniaturo was Known oniy as a somowhat raro antique, generally tho likeness of ono's graudmoAor, painted in short waist and high comb by somo forolgn artist. Yet less than two years afterward, at tho oxhibit of tho por traits of women last fall, Amalia Kuss net's collodion of miniatures constitut Jlbtototely ed a veritablo bluo book. From tho jow cled circlets hung in tho satin caso tho York's A cream of tarter baking pow faces of many of Now women most beaulooked out in leavening tiful' and fnshionablo der. Highest of all tho fascination that United States with tho miniaturo radiates. uopicturo Latest strength. savo Thoro is Government frood Keport. an indoscribablo charm about it that touches tho hoart, a spiritual beauty ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., that is lacking iu nil othor mothods of likeness marking, nnd Amalia Kuss 106 Wall Street, New York. ner's work possesses this indefluablo quality in an irresistiblo degreo, which may partially nccount for hor phenomenal success. OF A VALUABLE AND Tho difficulty sho first encountered after coming to Now York was that which many others liavo mot in difJorout lines an opportunity to show what sho could do. Art bo snperfluo and costly as hers belongs exclusively to a small LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. circlo composed of persons hav- W. Baujhmanand Others, Plaintiffs, against charmod f- No. f 4. Train going North ' " No.sS, " " South No ts. " ............... " " " No. to, CRESCENT. QUEEN & ri ti 1 3; p m 23 s P n 3 aj a m pra by American Press Aaiocln tlon.J Nowlicro iu tho nniinls of nrl can bo found n uoro picturesquopcrsoiinlity or a nioro rciunrkablo oarcor than tiiat of ICopyrlglit, 1EC5, she has painted two, nnd Miss LilMan Russell, ot whom sho has painted three. Amoug hor uotnblo portraits of well kuowa Chicago persons is that of tho lato Gcnornl Strong nnd two of Mrs. Armour. Tho roccnt miniaturo of tho lajt named Indy is n radiant gom of Amalia Kussncr's art, and Its beauty is enhancod by tho sumptuous richness of tho setting, which' is n dazzling serpent of omornlds, with diamond eyes. Tho publlo is naturally iutorostod in knowing somothiug of tho personality of tho girl nrtlst Sho is very small, scarcely taller than n child of 13, with an exquisitoly modoled little figuro, a COLLEGES IN Unit-entity- A POOL. The AfHllntlon IM.tn ot Dr. Ilnrpcr or tho . Chlcneo Jmb MINIATURE MISS STRONG. Commissioner's Sale Highly Improved Farm. Harry Ilaughmaa and Others, Defis. Notice of Sale. the undersigned J. Qbora styled proceeding, tnrsnoner will, on Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit C.nnrt rendered at In February term. 180C In h Com- - TUESDAY, KAYZ2l3t, 1895, Dotwn ii A. M. and 3 P. M., at the residence of the late Henry tsaugnman, sen at puoiic outcry 10 tha tuhest and best bldccr Ue Karm of 316 Acres, OneRood, Four Poles, tf Lin 1, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., on the Stanford & Halls Gap Turnpike Koad, i of a ralle from the city of Stanford and just outside of tha limits of said city. Said farm la in a high state of cultivation aod improvement. It bas up en it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 rooms, with large, roomy halls and porches. The outbuildings in excellence oi character are in keeping with the dwelling house, including one o( the very best barns in the county. The fencing outside and in ia good. Ihe farm is well watered by ponds, pool and running streams. A rare opportunity is afforaea to purchue one ot the most valuable and desirable homes in the county. The purchaser tll be given lull possession of said farm on the 1st day of June, 1855. Said farm Is bounded as follows: beginning at a point in the centre oi the Stanford & Halls Gap turnpike, corner to Kewland, thence S. 69K W. 5c poles is linka to a atone, corner to same, thence S. 70 M W. 73 poles i links to a post corner to Newland, thence S. 18 E. ij polea 6 links to a otaae, corner to Newland, thence S. to W. io3 poles to a stake in Newland line and corner to Frederick, then:e S 5 deg. 7 mln W. 47 poles 16 licks to a slake in line of Frederick, thence b. B K. 80 poles to post at corner of garden, thence S.89 E. lijpoleuolinkstoa stake In centre of Gap road, oppoute a small black walnut tanning on west side ot road, thence with centre a stake of road N. V K.6a poles isiinks to Martin, in centhence tre of the road and corner to Alex iinjlesiolinkstoa stake, corner to N.aSliW. tsaate. the ice N. 19 E. iS poles to a stake in line of JDadderar tract and cornr-- to same, thence N. 70 tier. 55 roin. 10 poles to a stake, corner to M.b. Ma-on's r Baughman, thence N. 7?A W. 131 poles. in the agsjrejrate 316 Acres 1 Koad and Poles of land. Is for a division of the Tne purpose of this proceeds amongst the plaintiff and defendant! to their respective rights. con-in-inar months in equal payments, bond with approved personal security, payable to bciring Interest from diy the Commissioner and pn theland as a further of sale. Lien retained R. C. WARREN, M C. L. C.C. Jiill & McUoberta, Attys. Mn.c UA T? r.Aflll. anrl 41 the purchaser g vlnr f, t ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE OF A HANGING FORK FARM ONE-HAL- F OF THE ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, Store-Hous- e, Houiehold.and Kitchen Fumiture, live Stock and Farming ments. at the Imple- At executors of Henry Biughman, dee'd, we will same time and place sell at public outcry to the higheit bidder a Farm of About 480 Acres & ( Of Land en Hanging Fork, in Lincoln countv, Mckittrick, Ky .andadjalJlne tne lands of p. Peyton, Sam Peter Carter, W. JI. Murphy, Ed Carpenter and Adam Helm, Columbus Bishop and commonly known as the Lyile farm. This farm I SUnlord about 5 miles from Stanford, on the McCormack's& Milledgeille and the Knob Lick, Turnersville turnpike roads, and has Church & frame dwelling house, barns, upon it a is fine Hog og Frrlc &a, and Is well watered mItgrass and in cultl- laud and is now about i two-slor- y stated, a bachelor, but a married man, his wifo hnving been a Countess Rors, Mr. von Thiolman is an o.ix3rt upon Call and See Them. Nancy Huston Banks. questions involving commercial rela. New York. tions. As Prussian minister in Hamburg, Ilostoti naked Beans. then a freo hanseatic town, ho greatly Although Boston baked beans hare distinguished himself in negotiating tho achieved a nntional roputation and are agreement under which that ancient city served on many tables nil ov6r tho Un- surreudexed her privileges as n freo port ion, it has often been remarkod by conand joined tho Zollvcrciu. Tho new emnoisseurs thnt nowhero but in tho Hub bassador has always boon an enthusiast Dealer In- itsolf cnu tho geuuiuo article bo found. nnd intelligent traveler nnd is tho auThoboanitsolf may bo qui to tho samo, thor of n number of valuablo books of but tho cooking eouioIiow is not. Tho travoL dish hasn't the right tasto; thoro is In tho war ho served something lncking, though what it is in a cavalry regiment Tho fact thnt imimpossiblo for tho disappointod house- mediately after tho battlo of keeper to toll. in which ho conducted himself For tho beuofJt of thesol give tho fol- with conspicuous gallantry, ho wroto an lowing rooipo, which I gunrantoo will account of tho battlo in Sanskrit upon a bring smiles of completo satisfaction to postal card, addressed to hi&old profess the lips of Boston baked bean loving or in Bonn, earned for him in tho army husbands, sons, daughtors and guests, tho sobriquet, "Tlio Learned Hussar. " W. J WITHERS, Salesman. before whom tho arMclo is placed. Now York Tribune Give heed to tho minutest details, as It is upon these seemingly unimportant Having a little money, and feeling points rest tho wholo difforunco in tho results between tho real Bostony flavor your blood course with a speculative of the beans whon cooked and tho flavor- hop, skip and jump, reflect upon the raless imitation. tio in which capital invested at G per Take a quart of small white beans, cent, and forgotten silently magnifies itAMALIA KCSSKER. Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. ing both tho tasto and tho means to ap- and after thoroughly washing thorn put self. On the books of a dry goods firm preciate it. To reach thorn was the ques- them in plenty of cold water to soak lately failing in New York was the remorning lift thorn tion, nnd whilo tho girl artist pondored overnight. In tho cord oi an Englishman who lent the a of tho ways and means sho struggled along as out rlrnns water with nndstrainer (that Our Folding Beds arc fine, substantial and cheap. nr nnt thorn in firm $25,000 In IS 17. Each year bo drew tnnv tin li'ftl best sho could, painting soveral exqui-Bit- e 'a kottlo of cold water over tho flro to out 11,000, but thereat he left to grow miniatures of beautiful women in minprofessional lif o. Tho youth of the artist parboil. Let them boll about ten open; beneath the fructifying touch of comutes, but not long enough to burst pound interest. In 18 vears the books seems to precludo the possibility of boiling wamuch study. Sho had not been taught, then remove them from tho show this investor entitled to a credit of put them into tho bean pot to for there wero then no teachers of the ter and Chicago Inter Ocean. And must sell the goods. Give us a call. $154,000. bo baked. art in this country, and yet thoso first into tho oven Before putting miniatures aro as fino as any sho has proparo a pound ofthem salt pork in tho Peter Tellerdam, a miser, living in fnt siuco dono, fact so singular as to go following monuor: Wash tho pork thor- Detroit, died of starvation. He had tr yvrrrn ttnt tnnlln TTneonn.'a ni.tlott begged for 25 years and the impression performances must bo accounted for, oughly nudsorapotho riud until it looks ' whito; then take a sharp knifo nnd gash was that he had nothing. After his as many other othorwiso uuaccountablo things havo been, by tho ono word tho rind through to tho meat in finger- death the mattress in the little attic in like strips. Now sink tho pork in tlio which he slept was torn open and $4,000 genius. center of tho bonus, so tho rind will bo in gold, silver and greenbacks wero I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below But oven tho inborn gift needs scopo for full expression, and it camo at last on a lovol with tliu top of tha boaus; fcund. and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. to hor in thoshapo of an introduction to then put in n half teaspoonf ul of 2baking An undertaker will no longer e The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, largo S25. Mrs. Havomoycr, who, recoguiziug tho soda (not baking powder) and and Embalm of common morasses. known as an ''Undertaker The New Home, style five, S28. commis-- 1 tablespoonfuls ability of the artist, not only Cover tho wholo with cold water and er." In the future be will bo known as All made by the New Home Scwinc Machine Co. arc warranted Eiouca ner to paint jilt miniaturo, uni a "Mortician." This was decided on at waoxerted hor great iuilncuco in Miss Kuss-uor'- s put in tho ovon to bako. When tho for five years. 1 have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will meeting of the Funer interest Thus was opened to her ter cooks away, fill up tho pot with the second day's sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc golden door to tho charmod circlo warm water, but when tho beans nro al Director's Association of Kentucky, offered: tho which sho had so longed to enter, and nearly dono allow tho water to cook which was held in Louisville Wednes j j fcrtuno, as fame, was hencoforth hers. noarly away, so that tho rind of tho day. pork may cook crisp and dry and tho Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, Mrs. Lori.llard Spencer was another enA poor fnrmer near Decatur, Ind , Chickering, thusiastic and influential patroness, and boaus brown on top. and Gcrts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, When douo, tho beans should ba soft, named his triplets Ruth, Francis her miniaturo is ono of tho finest that Kimball, Esther, wrote tho information to Presi Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince I uot cracked opon. but Miss Kussner has painted. I And Others. Servo on a platter, with tho pork in dent Cleveland, and received a reply 6k Son. About tho most romarkablo f oaturo of containing a check for $500. Sold on Easy Faymcntt. Special Attention to Mall Orders. Jane Douson O'Heun. amount of it. To prop-orl- tho couter. her work is tho Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I ev. Cholera is spreading in Russia, and cstimato this, ono must know someyears in factory Warning hi trade. All work warranted. er knew, who served Europe is likely to have epidemics of Sewiog Machines repaired ana warranitu. thing of tho great labor involvod tho P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. The Queen & Crescent Route will sell the scourge this summer. Address, unorring accuracy with which each the tiny brushes must fall, for tickets to Latonia and return at one and stroko of See tho World's Fair for 16 Cents. no painting over is possible, a9 in other THE fare from all stations in KenHERD OF Upon receipt of your addicss and ij cents in branches of pictorial art; tho all but tucky. The races will be held this year poitige stamps we will mall you our Souvenir Expoiltion. touches; tho from May 23d to June 20th. Ask agents Portfolio ol the World's Columbian want you to endless dotaiL in hair-fiu- o The regular price Is joe, but a we You we make for particulars. W. 0. Rinearson, G. P. have a work or the price nomloal. prired. will Art and a thins to be Jt tied it If. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Cincinnati, 0. full paso views of the great buildings, contains A., with detcrlpticus of same and Is ciecuted In the lion, was blchfit style ol art. If not satisfied with It after Parnell, the Orab.Orchard, - - Kentucky. you we will refund killed in a contest with a bull in the you vet itbook. Address the stamps and let Co., . Uucklen A' 11. keep the ring a Monteroy, Mexico. Chlcaeo, HI. Pis for sale from the best types of Rcgisterd perfect miniaturo woman. Her hands aro tho smallest that over wrought magic, hor oyos nro very largo and long lashod and dark, hor hair is brown and hor complexion brilliantly brunette. Sho lives quietly absorbed in hor art and rather shrinking from tho sooial attention showored upon hor. It was her purposo to go abroad in tho early summer and to opou n studio in Paris and later In St. Petersburg. But it now seems unlikely that sho will bo ablo tc sail cnrlior than Septombor. grea educational plan of affiliation is gaining favor and foothold iu the northwest, Thoro is n strong probability that as many rts u dozen institutions will ufllliato with tho university this year, This pretty weather. We have every thing you want in and that a thousand moro students will soon bo working in various places of learning for its bacholors' degrees. Tho ndvnntago in tho system is in general economy of adjustment in tho various educational factors. Tho university will secure greater breadth nntl completeness. It will have control of nil preliminary education. RoArtition of courses will bo avoided. SttSleuta will bo nblo to enter ho university nt an Earlier ago. Tho standard of tho ncado-mie- s Lace and Swiss Curtains, Draperies, Curtain Poles. We arc selling will bo raised Instructors could jo front school to school Tho uendomy Carpets at from 10 to 15 cents on the yard less than any other house. and collego would recoivo aid in books Come and sec. and apparatus from tho university. Tho academy and collego, being at a distance, would 1)0 froo to develop their own peculiar spirit and Ufo and bo freo from tho dolotorious effects of a close social union. Tho system iu its perfection would bo eomploto within itself. Graduates in tlio univorsity, who would bo familiar with tho uniquo features, would recoivo positions as fenchera in tlio colleges nnd academics. Courses of study taken iu tho colleges will recoivo credit toward a univorsity degreo just as if thoy wero taken on tho university campus. Chi Baptist colleges nnd academies tre preparing to como under tho wing of tho University of Chicago. Br. Harper's Don't Miss Cleaning Tow House Oil Cloth, Carpet, Matting Rugs, Portierres, SEVERANCE & SON. cogo Times-Heral- d. SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. SksasBwaiiissBiBiSBBBSsssssasssssssssiiMvaissssiistsssMsssBissss THE LEARNED HUSSAR. The New Gcnnnn Embassador sit Wsuh-Ingtu- u lloth Clever and Married. Mr. von Thiolman, who will succeed Baron vou Saurmn ns German embassador in Washington, is not, ns h:u been 4 a r Flannel, Worsted, Luster. H. J. McROBERTS. B . K. WIEAf&lEN 9 -- Franco-Germa- n Mars-la-Tou- r, Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STAsrroziD. sy. Furniture, Undertaking, Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. We Beat In Low Priees WITHERS & HOOKER. A READ THIS k SAVE MONEY; 1 FXAXTOS: ORGANS: I I y one-thir- d ni.UE-011AS- S Duroc Jersey Red Swine on-- ) mau-eatln- g Tne'tarm will be offered for sale in two parcels and as a whole and the highest bid or bids accept-Al- so on the v Brick side cf Main street in Stanford, Ky., occupied by A. Urbansky & Co., and known oow the Louisville Store. the St. Interest 'atAlso an undivided in Stanford, Ky inwhich In, Asaph Hotel property duces) the hotel proper and two large thereunder, outhouses, lot and stable. This Hotel and Is is a two story brick buildingincreasing in custom, order, and has a large and Karris & Hardin, and the is now being con Jucted by intereit. one-ha-ll owneraofthe other Household and Kitchen Furniture, one Also the wagon, one phieton. The Furniture includes an Organ and new Piano. now on the farm, Also all the Live Stock 80 lamhs, a lot of oo head ot old sheep andBrood Mares in at Jae Stock, lot of Horses and Hogs, Cattle and lot of Mules, asnead, the two-storStore-Hou- OiiK'!t"ldssSESxrBEi tfssssssssssssK UssawWFLtl fSjlSr'SBssHsHuFi'lluS!!. HlJsHsWlsiSo Nortb-ets- t UsEsssssssssKs 18i Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthy of consideration. Stock. Breeder secured from the best herds in reveral different States. Correspindence Solicited one-ha- lf Store-Roo- first-cla- ts fln, , ftXCK& i raft gJfc&.'vJEur, MINIATURE MM Ws BICYOIjES, BICYCLES. . eBjBBSCBS MSS7Va f ' d cash Tnereal properly will be said for one ssal the balance in in equal payments in sale and and bearing interest from day t two yean, secured by lien retained. suras under $to, roe personal property, except be sold rn ered- which will be eeld for caah,purchaser will abe months and the toesecute note with good secuiitTj, bear- ..--r tog taterest from day ol sale. be given on PoeaOBOl real property willproP"ty when 1, 9. nd f P"001 executed. PTheUwllibeginato m. Any person desir- one-thir- MRS. M. A. TYLER. mlinyother information ore concerning Hj. the above iuafardj Kj. Kxecuton. strain on tho eyes of tho almost constant use of tho magnifying glass, sinco each touch must stand tho test, and muoh of tho painting indeed Ib dono nuder the glass. Yot within two yoars this young nrtist has painted scoros of miniatures of tho most prominent men and women of tho country. Several who aro familiar with the highest art of Europo prefer as, for Amalia Kussuer's miniatures examplu, Mr. G. P. Mofosini, of whom They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. jtJLFsteslltsssUsaskSi .lsls Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. 85 dollar wheels at 65 dolHundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty-Five- ; Second-han- d wheels very cheap lars; 6$ dollar wheels at 50 dollars. Sundries for sale cheip and Repairing of all kinds done. Bicycle T. D. Kglih, Auctioneer. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, gro.ija W. H, WEAREN & CO. -- ", ' V ' ', - tAi. "'" itjijufrwriTi ;:uai ..uJ.i v.