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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895051401 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. Semi- - Weekly vol.xxiii. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal NO. 22 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 14. 1895. ol 1) Mr. nnil MrH. Will Severance, Stanford, nrn hrmnlliiL' with MrB. 0. MATRIMOmALMATTERS. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Edmiston. Mr. J. I Thompson and family, of Louisville, linvo rented roonm in the old Stuart bulldiiiR for tho Summer. Tho rains in this vicinity havo boon very heavy and havo dono considerable damage to crops planted in tlm bottoms. The social niven by tho Misses at tho residence of Mrs. Kiehert Friday oveniwr was very much enjoyed by all who attended. contemplates Mr. W. 1'. For kin building neat residence soon on ids lot opposite what used to bo tho Armendt property. This will add very much to tho looks of our town. Quito a number of our merchants have added a coat of point or two, nmouK the number W. A. Carson, I). 0 Son aro Payne and W. A. Beazley looking neat and clean as now pins. Orah Orchard is grad.ially moving out to tho depot, this part of town has a number of now buildings, among them tho tobacco factory of J. U.lCollier b Co , of A. H. tho livery stable and store-rooItaetin. Mrs. John Kdmiaton, who has been an invalid for the pant year, is gradually growing worse. Mrs. E. M. Kates, of McKiunoy, Is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Kdmiaton. Mrs. Dr Stapp waa called to Louisville Friday b) tho death of her father, Or. Jlroadhuritt. Dr. Stapp'a school went to Flat Hock fishing Friday. Another party went to tho dam at White's Mill. Although no fish were caught, both parties report an excellent time. Miss Hannah McFall left Saturday to spend the Summer in Hardstown with her aunt, Mrs. Wilson. Miss L. 11. Stuart has gone to visit relatives and friends at Livingston, Faris and Lexington. Sho will return the early part of next week accompanied by her sister, Mro. Isaac Mayfield, anil children. Dr. J. 1) IVtttis waa called to Livingston Saturday to attend Mr. Joseph Cotltiy, who was seriously ill. Dr. 1'ettus reported his better on his return home. Dr. Fay no, Jr , of Livingston, was dowu Saturday to visit his home folk. er Woimn is and tho it n gels tho Becond. -- 11 creature Halzic. between men Ono loves more the first time, butier Rocliepedre. Mr. William Horton, 21, nnd Nellie Cliltt, 10, were married nt Mr. George OHUVb Saturday. posto Dices in Kentucky, with tho exception ol Georgetown, Carlisle and London, nro now in the hands of democrats. Tho republican incumbent nt Georgetown will bo tho next to go. Two of Wealoy Row's children played with powder near Salyeravillo, Frie will mall poitaKe iump Those who have used I)r, King's New Dlscov An explosion occurred Portfolio of the World'" Columbian Exposition. erj know its value and those who have not, hae day afternoon. as we The regular price ii 50c. but nominal. want jou to now the opportunity to try it free. Call on tho ad- nnd ono of tho little ones was fatally inou will vertised druggist and get a tiial battle (ree. Send one we make the price have find it a work of Art nnu a thing to be pri.ed. It your name to II. . HucUcn Co., Chicago, and jured. Tlio other BuHored tho losa of buildings, contains full pace viewiol theI King's New trial bottle eiecutod In the get a as a copy ofof Dr. to Health andLite Pills as both oyo withdeicripticusof name and Guide Household V . . . IT .n ttlllhiiil With It. altar well Tho Kentucky Fharmaceutal Assonlznvtl uric 01i v. Instructor tree. All of which Is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at A. K. Penny's ciation, will this year meet nt Mammoth I Mentha book. Address H. L. liucklcn & Co., one-thir- d m only her, one should havo seen them all, or should sue only her. A. Dupuy. John Ilrown shot himself to death at Springfield, O , because his wife accused him of taking out of her pocket book. l'nreiiitted lovo caused August Temper, a married man, to kill Clara Herholdon tho streets in Fhiladelphia. Ho then committed suicide. Vital statistics prove that taking the world over, there aro 10D women to every 100 men. Out of every nine sudden deaths reported, eight of tho number aro men. Abraham Rimes, of LaForte, Ind., found innrriago a failure, but he kept on trying it aain until ho has married ten timeH. Ilia tenth divorce was granted Ust week. In order that a lovo letter niBy be what it should be, ono should begin it without knowing what ho is going to say and end it without knowing what ho lina mid. Raison. Mr. H. 11 Ferrill, jolly fat, old Hriirhl. obtained license vesterdav to marry Mies Mary K Reynolds the handsome dnughter of Mr. Clark Reynolds, ami here s hoping them a briuht nnd prosperous voyngo over the sea of life. Mrs, William Trirhtt, who lias Just been granted n divorce nt Youngstown. C, was eminently untitled to such a de cree. M10 proved that tho beast who had promised to love, cherish and protect her. had kept her a prisoner on an island and for a year, feeding her on miiHk-rnt- s and crows, fried in skunk's grease Mr. John A. McRoberts, a bright young business man of Lincoln county, and Miss Sophrouia Rider, tho attractive and popular daughter of Mr. John J. Ruler, of Sonorn, were married at thr bride's home in the presence of a number of relatives and friends Wednesday. HUBBLE. KUzabethtown News. John's legion Wool has all been sold in this com of fr'enda hero unite in wishing him and inuuity at lft to lGJchis n life of unalloyed happiness. Mr. Kd Miuer paid us a short visit Sunday and all were glad to see Kd Undisputed MerTT" gain. The great succea of the Royal Raking J. W. Kubanks' daughter, Alice, has Fowder is duo to tho extremo caro exerimproved very fast since sho was brought cised by ila manufacturers to make it enhomo from Danville. tirely pure, uniform in quality, and of Dr. Vaughn gayo us some splendid tho highest leavening power All the sermons at this quarterly meeting; his scientific knowledge, caro and skill, atsermon Sunday was bearing on how wo tained by n 20 years' practical experishould live, and It was aa noble as tho ence are contributed toward this end, subject Is grand. Oh! that we could hear and no pharmaceutical preparation can such a sermon every Sabbath morning. bo dispensed with a greater accuracy, Wo regret to note tho death of precision and exactness. Every article Luce, which occurred tho flth. used is absolutely pure. A number Death camo Bweetly to him without no- 0! chemists aro employed to test the tice, as it was tho result of heart failure, strength of each ingredient, so that its ho only had time to throw up his hands exact power and eflect in combination nnd say, "Ready." Ho was an aged and with so ingrediehta nro definitely respected citUn, a zealous member of known. Nothing is trusted to chance, the Methodist church and leaves two and no person is employed in the prepsons, AS. and Hartwell, behind to follow aration of tho materials used in the his foot steps. manufacture of the powder, who is not an expert in his particular branch of Tho frost area reported is unusually business. As n consequence tho Royal extensive and severe for this lime of tho Faking Fowder is of tho highest grade of year, frost having occerrod in tho lb excellence, always pure, wholesome and States for which it was forecasted Satur- uniform in quality. Tho contents of day. In tho pencil belt of Michigan and each box nro exactly liko every other, the cranberry marshes of Wisconsin nnd ill retain their powers nnd protemperatures below freezing occurred, duce the same nnd tho highest leavenand tho frost whs of a killing nature. ing power in any climate, nt any time Frost of more or less beverity occurred The government chemists after having throughout tho States of tho upper lake analyzed all the prinnpil brands in the region and tho upper Mississippi valley, market, in their reports placed the Roy on tho east slope of Rocky Mountains al Uaking Fowdor nt tho hend of tho Wyoming and nnd and in Montana, list for strength, purity nnd wholesome-nee- a Colorado. Corn in eomo placia has nnd thousands of tests nil over tho been badly injured and other grain lias country havo further demonstrated the suffered. fact that its qualitus aro in every ro AshMrs. James Frico is in jail at apct, unrivalled. land charged with benting to death her adopted child. An examImportant Fact. We must not lose of tho child showed that an arm sight of tho fact that tho free and unlimination and ft leg wero broken besides huge ited coinngo of silver does not mean tho black nnd blue Bpots from head to foot. free nnd unlimited distribution of the Mra. Frico claims thut tho little one fell metnl after it ia coined. If tho governout of bed. ment should coin 150,000,000 por month, A epecial from from Tokio sayB that tho man who fails to work or has noththe Inst battle of tho war between China ing to sell would be just about na badly nnd Japan, fought March 10, nt oil' as if there wero uot n dollar iu tho was n butchery as horriblo world. Madison villo Herald. ob that at Fort Arthur. Tho newest thing out iu London's At Salyeravillo, Mich Colo was giv. en n life Bentouco in tho ponitontiary world of swelldom is n for tho murder of John Jackson about a shirt front. An extra session of Congress may be year ago. forced by tho bond syndicate, iu case tho Tho Queen & Crescent Route will sell income tax law ia declared invalid, as it tickets to Latonia nnd return nj ono nnd now seems probable that it will be. fure from nil etationa in KenUucklln'a Arnica Salvo. tucky. Tho races will bo held this year The hot lalre in the woiM for cuu, bru lea, from May 23J to Juno --'Oth. Ask agents tarct, ulcers, talt rheum, feer torn, tetter, chap- handt, rhilbUini, corns and all skin eruptions, for particulars. W. 0. Rinearaon, G. F. t positively cure piles, or no pay repuircd. It is guaranteed to jive perlect satisfaction or money A.. Cincinnati, 0. refunded. Price jj cents per box. For tale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. 16 Fair for9ml .Conta In Soo tho World's aitil . f ..An r.nli All Froo you our Sjuvenir 1 How can wo expect another to keep our secret, when it is more than wo can do ourselves. -- Lit Rochefoucauld. Hefoiu promising a woman to lovo t m pa-tie- nt - My-ru- m Southern Baptists decided to let women speak at their meetings, but they can not vote. It is all tho ad now for preachers to take a foreign tour. OwoiiBboro Baptists havo given their pastor, Rov. Fred D. Hale, n vacation, nnd hois to visit Europe. Every Sundny.8i.hool mid Epworth Lengue member is to be urged to take n pledge to contribute systematically n penny a week for missions. Tho Wouinn's Foreign Missionary Society of tho Methodist Episcopal church issued over 5,000,000 pages of missionary literature during 1S9L Mr. W. N. Hnldeman, "the grand old man" of tho Courier-Journahas subecribed $5,000 to tho Y. M. O. A. proposed now building at Louisville. Tho Young Feoplo'a Society of the Hartist church elected Ed C. Gaines president and Apperson Neviua secretary. Tho society will meet nt tho church overy Sunday afternoon nt il o'clock. Old topers aro hard up for something to drink at Columbia. TLo Spectator aaye. The Christian church of this city was broken into ono night last week and tho bottle containing tho sacramental wine was taken. Dr. William H. Whitsitt, of the faculty of the Southern IJjptiHt Theological Seminar v, was selected by the Hoard of Trustees at Washington, to succeed tho late Dr. John A. llroadus, as president of tho seminary. As long aa tho lamp holds out to burn, tho vilest sinner may return. G. Y. Johnson, an eccentric nnd remarkable character of Lexington, who haa been sailor, nctor, Aa, has joined tho Freeby-teria- n church, after 77 years' service of tho devil, tho most of tho time ns nn avowed infidel. Rev Charles T. Nash, editor of tho Kentucky Iliptiat, ia in trouble at the Washington Baptist Convention and is under peace bonds because ho threatened to whip L. L. Barton, who loaned him in Kentucky some years ago. Barton followed Naih to Washington and sued him in a Court there, obtaining judgment by default. The Southern Baptist Convention adopted a report of the committee on Tithing, by which tho State convt n lions, district nsjociatious, pastors, churches and missionary societies aro called upon to contributo systematically, for the advancement of tho Gospel, uot less than ono tenth of their incomes. Rev. R. A. Broadhuretdied in Louis villo, Friday, aged SI. He leaves a wife and three children Mrs. Mnry UopkinB, of Kansas; Mrs. MattieJB. Stapp, of Crab Orchard, and another daughter, about 10 years old. Mr. Broadhurst camo tc thia countrv from Wales at an early age, but shortly afterward removed to Canada. Ho returned to Kentucky, and settled at Stanford, where he epent;the best yeara of his life in teaching. At tho nge of 24 he was married to Miss Charlotte Hinds, who died in IStiS Ho waa afterward married to Misa Irene Fugetto, of Scott county, who survives him. 3Squire Mur phy, who knew him well and says a bet ter man never lived, tolls us that he wsb ono of the original 13, who organized the Christian church here, in a little house which stood where tho Baptist church now atands. Tho squire, who is now the last survivor of tho 13 nt tho ngo of SO, mtysho remembers distinctly Mr. first eilort to preach. It wna n most signal failure, but ho and others encouragd him to try again and the re suit was most gratifying. Ho went from hero to tnko charge of the Orphan school nt Midway, and since then haa been connected with many important institutions of learning. At the time of his death ho waa pastor of tho Floyd and Chestnut Street church, Louisville. l, l-'- Mr. T. B. Walker and family will shortly move to tho Thompson property on Water street. Tho Ladies' Aid Society mpetn Saturday nfternoon with Mra. Elizabeth Simpson on Danville street. There waa quite n hail storm a few miles north of here Sunday afternoon and hail fell in great quantities. J.W. Hill, of Upper Gnrrnrd, bought of Misa Sallio Burdett a cow for 12. W. H. Furr Bold to J. O. Fox ono yoke of steers nt 4c. Rev. Lapsley McKoe, Jr., of Richmond, has been engaged to deliver tho Baccalaureate sermon for Garrard at tho Christian church in thia place Col-leg- o You needn't go any further. We have Anything and Everything In the Jewelry Line and OUR PRICES SELL THE GOODS. Call and See us. Juno2. Tho farmers of this community have sold to John M. Etubry, of Jessamine, between 5,000 and 7,000 lambs, to be delivered in June and July nt 4 jc and 5c per pound. Elder R. M. Campbell, of this placp, is down on tlio program of tho Lincoln County Christian Missionary Convention to be held nt Kingsville, May ISth. "Tho Great Commission" is the subject of tho addreea to be discussed by Mr. Campbell. Tho K. Fa. will celebrate Decoration Day here by speeches and other appro priate exercises. Bicycling will again add to tho day's enjoyment nnd there will be with us many visitors from tlio adjoining counties, Home to enter tho contests for the prizes. Dr. J. W. Grant can bonst of haying had the first gathering of strawberries from his garden of any ono this season. Last Thursday a quart or more of these delicious berries, of a very fine and delicate kind, wore gathered for some of tho sick in our community. Tho Southern District Methodist Conference meets hero today, 1th. and continues through tho 15th and lGtb. Ab there will bo 100 or more delegates represented, Lancaster will present quite a religious aspect for n few days. An interesting nnd full program has been ar ranged and all are most cordially invited. A telegrnm was received hero Sunday bearing the sad intelligence of the death of Mr. Eugene Busby, of Mt. Sterling, whose recent severe illness we noted in our last letter. Much sympathy is felt for his wife, who was Misa Mattio Salter, of thia place. The deceased leaves n widow nnd three children, two daughters and a son, to mourn his early death. Invitations were received hero last weok by friends to the "Graduating Recital" given Fridav evening, 10th, at the South West Virginia Institute at Bristol. Tonn., by Misses Debbio May of this place, and Mies Ethel Rumph, of Florida. Miss Bataon has made her home here with her uncle for the piat two yeara and she, like the other members of the family, is possessed of great musical talent. Tho cut worms still make their ravages, not only on corn and clover, but on cabbage, tomatoes and other garden vegetables. But our recently elected county clerk, anccessful in useful appli anrs ns well as in political races, sug tho following plan to outwit the destrnyorp. A properly constructed paper funnel is placed around each plnnt, fitting close to the ground nnd being high enough to keep out tho worms, oven when standing ou their tip toes. It is suggested that those who nro not sub pcribera should send in their names for the I. J. in order to hnvo on hnud not only n first class local paper to rend, but a good supply of the same for tho of funnels. Mra. Margaret Dunn and Miaa Eliza Lusk wero in Dtnvillo Friday. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, of Hustonville, is the guest of her nunt, Mrs. Emma KnulT-maMr. E, D. Buchanan, of Martinsville, Ind., waa called here last week to attend tho funeral of his uncle, Mr. J. S. Bishop. Fred Frisbie is in Danvillo the guest of hia cousin, Herbert Frlce. Henry Simpson ia visiting hia friend, Bruce Hull man, of Louisville. Missea Katie Leo Yeager, of Boyle, and Mnry Bruce, of Stanford, wero guests Saturday of Miss Lizzie Thompson. Misa Annie RoyBton is expected homo aoon from MiddleBboro where sho has been the paat term teaching school. Louis Walker waa iu Richmond Inat week on business. Veruon Richardson, of Danville, waa in Lancaster Sunday. Misa Lizzie Johnson left Saturday to visit relatives in Lincoln county. Warren Russell has returned from h visit to friends in Boyle county. Mr. L. F. Hubble has returned from a business trip to Rock Castle Springs Mr Reed Embry, of Danville, waa a visitor in our city lnat week. R. E. Hughes, of Lnwrencoburg, ia hero visiting relatives and friemh. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvo Mc Roberts, of Stanford, were tho guests Sunday of his brother, Mr. R. E. and family. Mrs. A. E. Fascoe was called to NichoUsville last week by r the serious illuess of her Mrs. Alien Lusk haa reMrs. Masters. turned to Hustonville after a short visit to relatives in this community. 1 DANKS, -- - JEWELER. ' One Gallon of- XT, "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you ONLY : lSt Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. $1,40 '.PER: GALLON. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. HOE AN LOIHII. We carry the Forwood Shoe IIfg 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, Si 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 bargainb Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing ot stock and it costs you nothing to look. W. E. PEBKXNS, 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 Bat-so- n, Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of Wo Bo M9IKIBIEBTg0 -- IN VIEW OF- - JULY 1, 1S95, we offer AT COST FOR CASH Everything in our line, such as Broad-hurst- 's WAGONS, PLOWS, HARNESS, Stoves, Quecnsware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you a large stock to select from. n FARRIS & HARDIN n. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Alex Conn, tho old portruit was sent to tho county poor-house painter, Wed- JTAMES FM1T19 HUSTON YIULE, KY. 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 to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. I have an eight-year-ol- d Tien-Ohwnng-- hand-puinte- d nesday, by tho county judge. Lancaster Record. Thia interesting itomjiB culled from tho Manchester Star, published In Clay county: Taylor Sizemore hns sheared his mule nnd got woolleuough to make hia family all nsuit. A queer accident jhapponed to Gilbert Forter in Madison. While passing itito his yard n largo oak;'gato foil upon him, breaking tho thigh bono and rendering him a cripple for life. Dr. A. E. Davie, formerly of Ky , now of Now York, has been given n verdict of 2,500 agniuBt tho Now York Sun for tho publication of nn article alleged to bo libelous. Har-rodabu- A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth $3. Black cape Mcintosh $3. 75 worth $5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits tor 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost cjouble. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.SO, worth $$ to Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for Si 2. 50 to $1 5, former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unlower than the lowest. til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have I have a line of in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for$i. 15 rThe sequel Buy and sell for Cash.1 worth S3. I AMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. CLOTHIITG DRESS C3-OOID- I All tho presidential S ! grand-mothe- ,"' A." -- - -- .. Chicago. 111. drugstore. Cave, May 21-2- 5. Tins is blackberry gean:o. winter with a ven- - ji v-- r - ' 6 OR 8 PAGES. Kentucky's greatest statesman, Secretary of State, Carlisle, authorizes tlio statement that ho will speak at Covington May 20; at Howling Green Mfly 2oand at Stanford. Kir., - - May 14, 1895 Louis vill, Mny 2S. Mr. Carlisle is for sound money and is able to demonstrate most convincingly the faith that is in W. P. WALTON. him. It is to ho hoped that his arguments will be able to stay the wavo of silver lunacy which Beems to be sweeping pome parts of the State. oemi-Weekly Interior Jourm The pay rolls of tho Cincinnati car riage manufacturers are 20 to 35 per cent, above those of n year ago. In the last bIx months there has been established in tho United States 52 of them in Ken 1.5CS post-offices, tucky. Isaac Miller, an engineer on tho Now Jersey Contral railwaay, fell dead in the cab of his onuino while running at a high rate of speed. Four-year-old 4 K f I' I ? i let I'll I Eddlo Thompson, of Clarksville, Iud.. tips the beam at 121 pouuiK He has a 10 months old brothAi'ter fmr months of fruitless ballot er, who weighs 40 pounds. ing the Delaware Legislature has adMrs. Margaret Bach, of Dayton, ()., journed with the Senatorial succession in died from inhaling ammonia, which she a much mixed condition. The republihad put in a tub of hot water for tho cans claim that tboy have elected Col. purpose of washing garments. II. A. DnPont, but Gov. Watson, who Col. Wm.P. Craighill has been apwas acting as speaker, says that 10 inpointed Chief of Eogiueers of tho army stead of 15 votes, which ho received, was to succeed Brig. Gen. Thomas I. Casoy, necessary to a choice. Tho Legislature is FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Ladies' ribbed vests 5c, ladies' shirt waists 50c, worth 75c, boys' who retires on account of age. composed of 21 representatives and nine Mrs. Sarah Wright died at Ports Men's extra heavy sox E P. Woods bought of Adam Pence waists 15c, ladies' black and fancy hose 5c. M. F. NORTH Senators, 16 being a majority on joint mouth, O , of a broken heart over the a bunch of fat hogs at 3. 5c; children's shoes, black and tan, 25c; Children's Oxfords 25c; la- ballot. The republicans say that when Unanimously Nominated for the Legislature loss of l her daughter. Her husband is at Fi b,"Kht l5,0 dies Oxfords 5oc. Senator Watson, by virtue of his posiAfter a Long Struggle. the point of death from the same cause. 20,000 H's. wool at tion as speaker of the Senate, succeeded Tho delegates to nominato a demoSenator Brico has issued a circular B. D. Hollzclaw sold to Win. Lackgovernorship upon the death of to the protesting ey eight yearllug steers nt $11) 50. cratic candidate for representative met letter to Ohio democrats Gov. Marvil, one month ago, tho nutn yesterday and after consulting privately against the adoption in the State convenW. B. McKinney sold to James Bibb ber of Senators was reduced to eight, awhile, went to tho circuit court room. tion of any resolution favoring free sil- a small bunch of shouts at about 3Jc. and therefore there were only 29 on joint Mr. A. K. Denny was called to the chair ver. W. 11. Herriu bought of various ballot, and that 15 votes constituted a and V. G. Welch Texas is bigger than tho six Now parties a bunch of mountain cattle at 3c. appointed secretary. majority. Senator Morgan is of the A rule was adopted England and four Middle States combiu- requiring a Ed Cogswell, a New England horse, Worth opinion that tho position of the governor $1.50; Misses Low Cut Shoes $1, Si. 25, $2. Now is your vote to nominate. Messrs. M. F. ed. But she has only $100,000 in tier started in 42 races last year and won 35. of Delaware will be upheld in the United Boys' knee pants suits 4 to u North and J. Ward Moore were placed treasury to meet J014.000 in immediate A veterinary surgeon at Des Moines, chance to get a suit for your boys. States Senate, and that tne man ho ap- in nomination liabilities. 11 stallions in one day. yrs. 75c. and in a neat speech Hon. Iowa, castrated Another big lot of points will be given ttie seat. It is said that Anna Gould, Jay ilarvny Helm named W. L. McCarty. Lyon A Allen delivered to I). S. daughter, who recent- Johnson 35 hogs averaging 155 pounds ac 8enator Lindsay thinks that now the Balloting by precincts was called and Gould's youngest de Castellane, of 4c. silver men could capturo both tho demo Xorth received 13 votes, McCarty 10 and ly married tho Count is to baild a beautiful palace in It is authentically stated that Nancy cratic and republican conventions, but Moore 6. A motion to drop the hind- France, Hanks will not produce a foal this seaadds that a year hence might bring a most candidate after the 3d ballot, whs Paris. Just Received. The fiscal court of Mudisou county son. grt-nchange. If we have good crops, adopted, but Mr. Moore withdrew before ;000 to. tho Pattio A Mr. I. S. To vis asks us to state that the farmers get a good price fur their the result of that ballot was announced. refused to donate as a result the inOur sale on men's clothing has been so large we weic forced to replcn The next ballot Btood McCartv 15 and Clay Infirmary, and he has withdrawn his jack, Emperor 27, stuff and times get better, people may ish, so we have them and they are cheaper than ever. Our $5, $S firmary can not accept patients from the from public service. look at things more philosophically. The North 14 and for several succeeding balFoil Sale. Yearlings, Shorthorn and jSio suits are the biggest bargains ever offered in Stanford. Don't Senator doesn't think that President lots there was no change. A motion to country dietricts. Nearly 2,500 uolegates and visitors and Jersey bulls. Pure and fashionably fail Cleveland is laying his plans for a ro stop balloting after five more ballots and to see our samples for rule v.aa lost by were present at tho opening session of bred. F. Reld, Stanford, Ky. nomination, nor does he believe that discard the the Southern Baptist Convention at Lost. Deep red sow with right ear money conventions will have much ef. one majority. The balloting ran on without much Washington. Hon. Jonathan Haralson, cut oil and left ear split. Heavy with shaping public opinion. It looks feet in president. very much liko the Senator has struck change for a number of ballots, when R. of Alabama, was pigs. Wm. Joslin, Gilberts Creek. Yoder Jewell, son of Judge Jamt b II. Bronaugh moved that the body adF. M- Stewart, of Atlanta, bought of We represent the well known houses of Krcd Kaufman and Renach centre all around. journ till September. II. O. Warren op R. Jewell, of Lexington, was drowned in John B. Foster a combined mare for $165 the Kentucky river in Woodford coun- and of Frauk McKinney a gelding for Ullman, Chicago. As we predicted Young Suipp was ac- posed waiting so long and W. II. Milty. He was sticken with heart disease $S5. quitted at Lexington for murdering in ler wanted to fix July court day. Col. cold blood in his own house the hus- Welch said that the delegates having and fell from the boat into the water. Ualma is entered from the Latonia It is said that the Morgan Rothschild D.rby, which Mill be run Thursday. His band of bis negro mistress; Tho ne- failed to do that for which they were groes, who raised a purse to help prosethey could only adjourn sine bond syndicate is cornering the gold victory in Louisville put a three pound cute the young murderer, are much in- die. Before the vote was taken J. M. market by buying up the fine gold at a handicap on him. censed over the" verdict, but deny tho Carter said that if the delegates were premium of I to cent., so as to get the See me before you sell your wool. ETSr., report that they will attempt to take the given 10 minutes forconsultation a nom- next issue of bonds, if another is made, Highest cash price. In my absence Mr. A babe with two faces waa born to Chris Gentry will wait on you. Room law in their own bands. It was a pecu- ination might be made. It was given, A. URBANSKY &fcCO., Propricto.s, liarly atrocious murder and but for tho all the movers withdrawing their mo- J. Doherty and wife at Kansas City over Menefeo'a stable. William More-lanMonday. The two faces are back to fact that the victim was a negro, Sbipp's tions. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Nothing was accomplished, the next back and the child is healthy and neck would likely have paid the penalA Missouri feeder fed 300 cattle on Branch Stores. Hundreds have viewed the corn alone, and 300 on cotton seed and ty, rich and able to pay big lawyers as bal(ot showing the same vote of 15 for strong. McCarty and 14 for North. On motion child. father is. his corn meal mixed. The gain on the Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Cynthiana, of Hugh Seargent the Nancy rule Near Eliztbethtown Mrs. Tna Iron manufacturers of West Vir- was recinded and Col. Welch moved to Eudey committed suicide by throwing mixed feed he claimed to be 50 per cent. Versailles, Imminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. ginia and Pennsylvania are breaking adjourn without day. This was lost and herself in front of a swiftly moving better. George Robinson sold to Wm. T faith with McKinley. Two of them, one before another ballot was taken, Mr. freight train on the L. k N. She had advanced the wages Helm appeared and withdrew the name been sick and had grown very despon Kobinson, for July delivery, IS head of in each State, have splendid cattleat fl S7. They weighed of their 0,000 employes 10 per cent., alof McCarty. Then J. E. Carson put Mr. dent. from 1,450 to 1,500 pounds. Harrods- though it was said by the governor that Helm in nomination and a vote was Judge Uarbeson, of Maysvillp, set burg Democrat. the repeal of the bill bearing his name taken, which resulted North 17, Helm 12. aside the temporary injunction that had Lost. Red Bteer, dehorned and nd the adoption of the Wilson bill Ttie nomination was made unanimous been granted to prevent the Turnpike weighs about 900 pounds. Left W. B eternally send all kinds of would and Mr. North was called for. He re- Commissioners in Mason county from s. to the demnition The sponded in a well timod speech of thanks taking action under an act designed to Hill's farm about Feb. 1st. Liberal reward for his return. T. W. Kinney, only hope of tho republicans will be and encouragement and on motion of secure free turnpikes. Junction City. gone, when the jeremiads of the calami Mr, R. O. Warren three cheers were givThe United States circuit court for In 1S50, when Robert Bonner AND WE ARE PREPARED ty howlers fail of realization. en him and with a vim. The convention tho South Atlantic circuit, Judge Goll bought his first trotter, there were only then at 4:45 adjourned. presiding, has declared unconstitutional 10 trotters in the 2:30 list. Today there With all the choice thin fabrics to keep you cool. Come and see our The grand jury at Covington failed to Following were the delegates: the South Carolina socialistic law that are 10,535 trotters nnd 2,000 pacers in- beautiful Organdies, Lawns, Dimities, French Ginghams, indict Senator Goebel for the murder Sattecns, Stanford voting place No. 1 W. II. makes the State at once a retail liquor cluded in the list. of Banker Sandford to the wonder of Jaconet Duchcsse, Japancttcs, fancy colored Swisses, Jaconcttc Plis-sMiller was made chairman and W. II dealer and a temperance reformatory. On his farm at Lebauou, Mo., Coneverybody, including the judge, who ex White Goods in every weave out and asplcndsd collection of EmShanks, secretary. W. G. Welch, B. W. The Louisville grand jury is now in gressman Bland has 5,000 Ben Davis appressed his surprise in plain terms. Givens and G. D. Hopper were named vestigating the Fulton Gordon caso, but broideries and Laces Those who ple treea in good growth. Their fruit There is one more chance for the law and as delegate; uninBtructed. tho courts had best let the matter drop. Hlls for 40 cents a bushel, and the tret-if that failp, Goebel can have no furthor Stanford No. -M. F. Elkin, chair- The limes truly says the case belongs t bear about five bushels each. fears of prosecution. The next grand man; A. A. Warren, secretary. Delehell and should not kmger be permit'ed Tom Yeager is located Bt tho fair jury can indie, but after that such action gates, G. B. Cooper, Ii. O. Warren and to smell to heaven. Out with the damn grounds, where no is handling a stable of will be barred. It is more than likely F.T.Logan. Uninstructod. ed spot. trotters. N. J. Cone, of Milledgeville, In the next 10 days will reap a rich harvest. Old and young ladies that the courts will take no further cog Stanford No. 3 W. II. Johnson, chairTho administrator of James Tuttln sold his crop of 14,000 pounds oi hemp should see our Perfection Oxfords, and the old and young men can nlzance of the case, but leave the mur-- d man; R. M. Newland, secretary. Delehas brought suit at Lexington against to George Cogar at 5ic Advocate. rer to the pangs of his own conscience. gates, J. N. Menefee, N. W. not afford to pass by our Cardovan and Vice Kid Shoes and ours is Sampson the Cincinnati Southern for f25,000 dam Mulcahy A Co. have bought 20,000 admitted by all who have examined it to be the and John Skidmore. Alternates. J. E. pges. waa killed while emTuttlo best fitting, the best The tragic result of the Louisville Lynn, W. II. Johnson and T. I). New ployed as an engineer on eaid road, pounds of wool at 12 to 15c and sold to a material and the best made Clothing ever offered in this city. Come seems to have been without effect land. Uninstructed. by being thrown from his engine at Mn Cincinnati firm 1,510 bushels of wheat at with a Lexington man at leaet, and he In Stanford No. 4 Willis B&rnett, Hugh Bon Station, in Grant county, in Sep- 05. J. A. Cohen bought several lots of and sec us. We will buy your Eggs, your Feathers, your Bacon and too sleeps the Bleep that knows no wakSeargent and W. P. Grimes were named tember, 1S94. tit Etieep and ewes at V-- - to j.j per your wool and pay the very highest market price, and if you want ing and in a dishonored grave besides. as delegates and umustructed. one of the best h ad. Woodford Sun John Cameron, money for your wool you can have it at as good if not a better price Bert IJall, a groceryman, left home to Crab Orchard No. 1 Considering the mean day a good than you can get. and No. 2. R. II; known men about Cincinnati, died from stay several daye, but returned unexpect- Bronaugh, J. E. Carson, D. K. Farris, 8. tho excessive use of cigarettes. Ho starv- crowd attended court yesterday, but bus edly to find his clerk and cousin, James A. Middleton, Robert Edmiston, T. J. ed to death, and from ISO pounds he fell iness was generally dull. There worn Baird, in his room with his wife. A fight Fayno delegates. Both instructed for to 90 pounds. Cameron smoked 50 to 75 about 100 cattle on the market, but there ensued and Baird was killed, as he Ward Moore. cigarettes a day. Ho was chief clerk for was not a great demand, and only about should have been. Hustonvillo No. 1 and 2 instructed the board of health, and took an active half cf them changed hands. A fen mountain cattle brought '.W; a lot of The author of that breezy budget for M. F. North and sent these delegates: part in politics. butcher stuff 2 to 2 j, while boiiio extra The story that the president of the Coin's Financial T. J. Robinson, James Fryo, Jesso Car of misinformation, good stuff brought 3 to 4c. No horses Sbool" is said to be making 1500 a day ter, James Taylor, D. S. Johnson and J. United States sent a check for $5C0 to McKinney. HuBtonville No. 3 , of triplota in Indiana, their or mules were offered. the parents on the sale of his book, the demand for J. Champion Machines to the front. instructed for J. A. Givens names being Frances, Ruth and Esther, It is also said which is unprecidented. Tho farmers are appreciating tho merits investing tho money Delegates J. E. Wright, J. M. Carter and ia authoritatively denied. Such gone that the author is rosity to all the triplota that are called to of the Champion and are buying it. in gold bonds and will modify his finan- A. L. Carter. Waynesburg No. 1. L. G. Gooch and presidential attention would make it Lightest, strongest, simplest and best. cial views when ho gots rich off tho misE. B. Caldwell, Jr., delegates, uninstruct- necessary for Mr. Cleveland to practice Saves 150 pounds of draft to the horses leading, but ingenious work. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing every time it ties a bundle. Also the ed. law to keep the White House. Waynesburg No. 2. O. M. Thompson, best mower in tho world. If you ever done in first class style. At tho cIobo of his speech iu a case Gov. Chase, of Indiana, died at delegate, uninstructed. Harri- break or wear out tho pitman on a Maine, where he had been visiting. at Richmond, Ind., Waynesburg No. 3. D. R. Adams, a newspa- Champion it is replaced free of charge. son's private secretary said to He was a preacher politician and wsb delegate, uninstructed. per reporter: "You may state with au- W. L Withers and R. D. Bruce. elected lieutenant governor of his State, Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic succeeding to tho governorship on tho thority that tho general will never again NEWSY NOTES. Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work u speak before ajjury, this argument death of Gov. llovey. Tho republicans M. S. Ha i,iimim J. W. Hauuiimas Edemin Arver, aged 14, is on trial at him for the office, but ho his last, and ho will Boon abandon 3.. R. KIELEY. EXPERIENCED PJHRTEB. LaGrange, Ind., for betraying Martha tho practico of law entirely. He will was beaten by Gov. Matthews. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. Fox, just 13. never bo seen so actively engaged in any PROFKIETOHSJapan gets 150,000,000 more indem- pursuit." if Mr. Cleveland is Mb. Bland says The coroner of Pocatello, Idaho, is not thrown overboard the democratic nity from poor China to abandon the SALE -seeking to gain possession of tho Italian party will go to destruction. If such a Liao Peninsular. Valentine Millor, a farmer, shot and murderer, who killed himself the day man as Bland is not muzzled the free - - Kentucky. silver craze will assume such proportions killed Byron Sardou, of La Rue, O., for before ho was tojhang. Ono day tho prito wager hia corpse against to bo enticing his wife away. soner offered that the lunatic asylums will have If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but The Tennessee House refused by n 1100 that he could defeat Dr. Rucker at increased and enlarged. turnouts will leave our stable. Sec ut vote of 01 to 30 to oppropriato $300,000 cards. If he should win the doctor for rates. Id our Tub Louisville Post of Saturday con- for the State Exposition. should sond tho money to Perri's mothHARNESS SHOP An Ohio chemist haB discovered that er, in Southern Italy. In caso he You will find a tfood assortment of Harness, tained a splendid half tone engraving of Is Receiving His Saddles, Gen. P. Watt Hardin, candidate for gov chocolato candy contains a largo quan- should loso, the'.doctor to have his body our mau, he Ac Havujrour repairing done by understands his business. Wc have a Satur- tity of an extract from guano. ernor, and will follow it up each to dissect. They played, Bnd Dr. Rucker mechanic in our : : : Cholera killed 1,300 people in tho won. Perri Bigned a paper ordering day with pictures of tbo Senatorial canBLACKSMITH SHOP. W. O. Bradley. Now Pescadore Islands in one month. Tho that his body Bhould forever remain in didates and Col. Will guarantee work and satisfactory Goods Warranted and a Periect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. epidemic is said to be subsiding. prices. Try ourhori shoer. is the time to subscribe. the posession of Dr. Kucker. When Judge Tnompson announced his decision discharging Fulton Gordon for killing his wife and Arch Brown, an old man who had taken great interest in the examination, rushed up and throwing his arms about tho judge, gave him a resounding kiss. If the judgo in tho kind of a man wo take him to be he'd as lief bo bitten by a mad dog as kissed by a man. Tho salary of his office is not worth such infliction. Seven people were hurt, four fatully, and 10 race horses killed in a wreck near HornellHville, N. Y Caleb Parker has been convicted at Georgetown of tho murder of Sedocia Connellie. n constable and sentenced to 13 years in tho penitentiary. Secretary Gresham is believed to have passed the critical Btago of his illEverybody made happy. Full house all the time. ness, and is thought to be out of danger unless unforseen complications occur. More joyful news. The Bargains still continue. An explosion of popular wrath is We arc opening cases of new goods every day. We are right in expected in Jap.ui wtmn the fact Is made public that RuesU, Germany and the swim and so will you be when you call on us this week. VVc Franco have deprived Japan of the mention a few special things to give you some idea of what we are ofcontinental territory ceded by China. fering. Instead of reading notices from the pulpit, tho paator of the First Presbyterian church, Winchester, has placed a neat bulletin board in the lobby of tho bu ildiug. - It's Town Talk. XLICESS ? ?' T Ladies' Dongo Congress Shoes $1.25, two-thir- ds MEN'S CLOTHING ? t two-thir- SUITS MADE TO ORDER. - LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, d. two-third- b busi-net- B bow-wow- Summer is Gome c, 2- Examine Our Job Counter lia-s- m j HUGHES & TATE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, St. Asaph Carriage & Co., Tur-nersvi- lle, MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. Lu-be- c, Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. bo-in- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, M. -- M LIVERY, FEED & STABLE, Stanford, H.G.RUPLE?,- first-cla- ss 48PtartM9liftfta?). Ilri-dl- es, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. first-clas- s M- - -, u.V'rt -- " ' V rrwft - ?- -? or InteriorJournal - CLtrriiiNo at Shanks'. Nkckwkaii at Shanks". Stani'okd, Ky., - Silks for waists at Shanks'. Watch coolers, ice boxes, frec.jre, Ac, at Higgina it McKinnny's. E. C. Walton, business Manager .May II, 108.') PERSONAL POINTS. , Tub council met yesterday and elected John N. Menifee mayor, an excellent selection. Councilman J. M. Stoxk Iirb beon vory Wk learn that Judge T. L. Sholton has ill of rhcinRtlHin. been removed from tho poatmastership Miib. J.S. Hick left yt'sttmlny to visit at Rowland. lior pnronU at Cave City. Job M. Hu.mk, tlio Kmnon IMUu mnn, Tub Lady ia licroHilvertiainj; his medicines. MiLMfit rAiioN lias nono to Monti-coll- o to clerk in hia uncle's Htore. Mm. Susan Ouitnunil hod, Strotlier, of Morcer, have been viaitiiiK relatives bere. Miih. Jknnik IOd an anil Mrs. Luban With era Imvu been vimtinn relatives in Bjyle. Mil. Okoikik 1'iiKi.rs, of Madison, is visiting bis relatives, Dr. nnd Mrs. Clifton Fowler. Mit. will give a milliner's social next Thursday to which tho public is cordially in- Macetbees at Junction City vited. A Junction City had a amall-po- x negro, apparently with tho diseese, from Hriatol, Tenn., was rushed out of town and dumped at Morelaud, six miles away. scare and Mits. J. H. Owknb, of were up Sunday to sou tho liar-rodobur- lat-tar- 's mother. Miss Kaciikl Allison, of Lexington, Arrived Sunday to visit her sister, Mra. Stanioiid has 10 rs and they have nil been busy this Spring. Not in the recollection of tho oldest Inhabitant has there been as much painting and papering done. house-painte- .. Stephen Iiurcli. Mus. Maiihaukt Woods and Miss Mar- garet Walker, of Garrard, were quests of Mra. J. 0. Hays. Mil, Max Salinokic was up helping the Louisville Store boys sell (stacks of Kiods yesterday. Miw. GitOHdK H. McKinnby was much woreo yesterday and her doctors' feared elio would not live through the night. MihSKd .Maiiv Folkv and Antiiu ... A juihimknt for $10,000 damages mid Mm. John J. Foley, of Danville, visited Mr. K. J. Foley yesterday. against the L. A N. railroad was obtain-taiue- d bv tho administrator of John Fox Col. Sam H.Stonk. of Kichuioml. re publican candidate for auditor, was here at Hodgenvllle,. Saturday. Mr. Fox was yesterday mitiKlinK with his party run over and killed at Ihwlaud while in tlie discharge of his duty as brakemau. friends. Mil. II. llituiiiT Fbkkkll and ids Tub Somerset Reporter saya that Nody friend, Mr. M. F. Smithern, a distiller Starkey, of that place, rodo to Monticol-l- o near Kubanks, were here Sunday and and back, a diaUnco of 50 miles in yesterday. four hours aud 27 minutes. Nino miles MifH I.ou Quant iias accepted the poof the road between these pointH ia very sition of local correspondent to the Stanrough aud Cumberland river has to be ford Intriiioh JouiiNAt.. Ijincnster ferried twice. And she makes a good one, you could have- added. Ik anybody asks you, you can say with Mhb Thomas Kichauos returned from absolute assurance that you are stating a Jackson yesterday, where she had been truth, that there will bo no fair hero this ti visit her daughter, Mrs. J. K. Patrick. yoar. Last year's xxperience, financially Miss Dessie, who accompanied her, stop- and otherwise, cured oven tho most enped at Junction City. thusiastic advocates of a desire to repeat, Mr. M. F. Klkin started to Fort Hu- and there has been no ono bo utterly deron, Mich., Sunday to represent Ken- void of reason to even mention another tucky in the National Convention of the fair seriously. .. Knights of tho Maccabees of the World, Judob Davison, believing that tho that begins Its ecaaiou A. T. Ncnnkllky Is spending a few family ia entitled to tho proceeds of the days with his parents. Mr. and Mra. 1. otlice, will wo learn appoint Mra. W. F. I'. N'unnelley. He tolls us that things McClary superintendent nubile schools are looking up in tho Lone Star Slate if ahe can pass the examination, or Mr. and that he is selling dead louls of J. O. McClary if she can not. This deMortally Shot. Town Marshal termination ia highly commendable, goods. since tho judge will lay aside party con- Frank Ellis ahot and mortally wounded Mn. and Mns. Wm. Fiki.ds, of Mt. at Junction City Saturday, Henry MurVerno'i, were hero yesterday and paid siderations in doing so. . phy, a young man of that town. The us a call. They will move to Livingston S.nakm. Mr. John B. Smith, who facts are about thMe: Murphy was drinknoxt week, where Mr. Fields has bought lives near South Fork trestle, killed a ing and raising some disturbance in a large body of timber, which ho will rattlesnake Friday that measured five Handman's restaurant and was pretty saw up. feet one inch and had 11 rattlea. On abusive to Judgo Tuttle, who ordered ElMns. Mary J. Millkk whs in from Wal- Saturday near tho same spot caplis to arrest him. Murnhv resisted to nut Flat h few days ago and spent the tured ono with 10 rattlea and a ho button, some extent and tho marshal struck him night with her Bister, Mrs. W. M. Lack- - while on Sunday another with seven several times on tho head with hia pistol, oy, the first time she had been to town rattlea waa killed not far awav bv Mr. drawing blood freely. Mr. II and man ahico last October. Her health is greatly Sniith'e nephew. add ho didn't want hia house blooded up improved. has revived the law against i'l that way and asked tho oilicer out. Miksrs. W. L. ISvANR and ! W.Green who joined the Huetouville tlshiug par- swearing and Saturday William Clark Ho went taking Murphy witli him, who ty, returned Saturday and r ported reg- waa lined ft. in the police court on a upoti reaching tho outside attempted to run, when Edia fired at him a fo.v feet ular Usherman's luck. Tho river was charge of profanity. There is an e hero making it a finable oil'enso to olT, tho bullet striking Murphy in the very muddy and the crowd hardly caught enough to supply their appetite?. swear on tho streets, which if imposed back and passing through tho bowels. Murphy was 21 J. W. MiOain, of Trim- would add greatly to tho town's assets ried, and is aabout years of age, unmarnephew of Ben McGraw, ble, addressed tho people here yester- ami reduce taxation. Thorn in nn mrr.. , Cincinnati Southern pas difgtiHting and foolish habit tho day in the interest of his eandidaey for useli-snthan that of swearing and tho man who senger conductor. Ellis has been in a railroml couimiFsloner and made a favornumber of shooting scrapes lately, and ia able impression. He Heemi to regard persists in it should be punished. now under two indictments, ono for kill his chances for the nomination as alTook it Kon an leu Factohy. A fel- ing Micajah Rowsey, and tho other for most certain, shooting Jason Blackerty. He wont to Mn. O. W. Mktcalp, of Pinovillo, but low from away back in tho knobs waa here the other day and Beeins tho foun Danville and delivered himself up and n native of Boyle, was hero yesterday e prosecuting his canvapu for secretary of tain in front of the he was was held in 11,000 bond. Murphy linattracted thither. He surveyed it from gered in great agony till (1 o'clock yesterState, for which lie has great assurances ofHticct'fis His friends here ore grati-iie- d bottom to top, walked around it several day when he expired. There are various at hia prospects and hopo to see hia times and at last seeing Sheriil Nowland impressions of the killing, some holding sitting near by he went to him and said, that it waa entirely unnecessary and that ambition realized. "Well I'll be dogoned if I Bee how they the officer was not at all justifiable. From make ico with that thing." And even as reports it would Boom that Ellis is a little CITY AND VICINITY. smart a man as Mr. Nowland ia ho too quick on tho shoot. Ho haa killed I'KitCALEfl at Shanks'. two men and shot two others. couldn't tell him. south-bouner Tub court of Lebanon refusod to givo peremtory instructions for dismissal of the Indictments against thu L. A N. for extortion in coal rates and tho railroad is now presenting its side of tho question. In attempting to get oil" of yesterday's d passenger train after it had started, Kd Mousor, nephew of Mr. H. M. Mouser, tho painter, fell headforemost on a rock and an ngly gash about two inches long was cut in hla cranium. Hoc-or- - to-da- Touch up your furniture with on oik, Wovbn wiro and picket fenco tnrnh, 1 walnut or cherry varnish etaine, Bold in seasoned oak pickets Tho most ecoBiniill cans. W. H. McKolierts. nomical fenco on tho market, manufac . tureil and for sale by A. 0. Sine. Thk program of the Kentucky K It. Association, which meets at No SUCh thing a cnmnntilinn .... July juat received, has tho Solid silver bolt bucklo with webbing lato Supt. W. F. McOlary down for tho complete. Exquisite designs. Engravdiecusaion of an important subject. ing free; all for Jl. 25 Dnks. the Jew- Tina item is going tho rounds of tho oler. Northern press, for which wo supposo Fiiobt. The signal scrviro sent out there is no foundation. Mrs. William frost warnings to 15 States .Saturday, inMyers, of Danville, Ky., died recently, cluding Kentucky. The air turned cold and hef .re and while alio lay in her colli n was fitt and overted with a new set of teetli by the fam- coats were in demand. Frost appeared ily dentist. Sunday morning heavy enough in eome Ouu Danville friends are no doubt places to write one's name in andyeter-dBtho people from the hill country tell happy A circus is in their midst ub it was still heavi,.r. The eilect ia and tho zenith of their joys ia reached. not They say Urer Giovanuoli, of tho Advo- yet discernable on the fruit crop, but cate, lost several nights' Bleep when it some of the tenderer vegetables were was reportod that Wallaco'a hIiow would withered. The heavy rain that foil yesterday may prevent great damage, but givo Danville the this season. the cold fa sure to cause a considerable Bio Family. John W. Young came blight. Sunday aud yesterday were exin yesterday to tell us of a big family. ceedingly disagreeable ami reminded us John Siler nd his wife, Polly, of the more of .March than of May. It will e Highland neighborhood, raised 24 chil- just a year next Mondty unue the hnvy dren, 'JO boys and four girls uu J all lived snow fell in this locality. to be grown. Tliero were no twins or The signal service telegraphed as foltriplets in tho lot, tho little fellows put- io wb yesterday; "Showors warm ting in their nppf arauce one at a time. followed by fair, cooler Tuesday." Misa Katk Blain miles ua to Bay that while ehe would appreciate tho appoint A maniac at Iyria, 0., killed two ment of superintendent of schools, she hoga and thrpo dogs and piled them un haa made no application and her visit together. When found by his wife he last week was to pay recpectto the mem- was asleep on top of tho gory in ibs. ory of one whom she delighted to honor In a game of ball at Midway John in life, not to make a tubIi for his place. Pell Hollzclaw, who was catchine with. The grounds for our item grew out of the out a mask, was hit in tho left eye by a fact tl.Mi a brother of MiBB Blain had lout tip and will loso the sight of an eye. asked ii. e judge to givo her the appoint- lieorge Uhildress. cashier of UipMh ment, if ho decided to appoint a wo- funct Second National Bank of Columman. bia, Tenn , has pleaded guilty to embezSi wills were probated in tho county zlement, and has been sentenced to five court yesterday-tho- se of Lucinda Har years' imprisonment. ris, John Matters, J. 0. Carson, CorneAs MrB. Rachel Hiinl. of U'.irn.n n lius Petrey, Amanda Crow and Dr. S. G. waB about to go to sleep a lario Hocker. There was a contest over Mr sprang through an open window onto her Petrey'B, other legatees claiming that as bed. Sho was paralyzpd with fear and the writing of tho will was by Mra. since has not been able to speak or move. as well as tho signature, it was b put .Minister Iliurston will not return tn up job, especially since all the property the United States, but tho Hawaiian was willed to her. The judge, however, government will undertake no retaliatosustained the will. Dr. Hooker's will ry measures as the result of tho demand begins much like the letter he left to tho lor tils recall liy Secretary Gresham. editor of this paper and It devises all his real and personal property to his "legal" .VK W ADYEBTLSE T.XT i wife, Mre. Lizzie Hocker, after hia debts are paid, except tho house and lot at Rowland, which is given to his "dearly I loved boo," Jesse Tilman Hocker. in ad dition to what he had already given him. Storc.hout, Stock of Goods, Opera Houne, no He alBO gives half of a note for 11,500 to AcrtJ ol Col Liiid, Two Minos Working en Me Mrs. Hocker, whom he appoints execu ol a m'Ic e..0h1.e.!Ac.r.8.?rck tyDe timbered; one n cre tract i mile trix and aaka to do tho beat part by their wiy 1, .haret In Laurel Coal Co ; alto aharet Laurel County Fair Atsocunon. two children that she can. There was in Adllr". O N. PITMAN'. iMt.t,. "... v.. no objection to the probate of the will. aa "7II. J. Luce waa appointed administrator of Myrum Luce and A. M. Pence of Ben How To Beat Tho Toll Gates. Lackey. 1 lucn-tlonal Hew Designs in Furniture, AT WITHERS & Lex-ingt- 3 3, IIOCKER'S. rap-idl- y im-h- fia y to-da- y. You can not afford to miss this grand opportunity. Goods in every department are marked at rock bottom prices, simply out of reach of competition. &5Sec our new Folding Neds. Hpd T.nimrr,yc Tether Couches, Oak and walnut Suites, Jiurch and Rattan Rockers. Notice our nice dining Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bedding in great variety. Pictures, Mouldings, Wall Paper, Carpets. Come in and look through our immense stock; we make no charge for showing goods in fact it is a great pleasure to display our goods and name prices, wntcii make every article a leader. WITHERS & HOCKER. Undertakers and Furniture Dealer.", Stanford, Ky. go-b- y 1 to-da- y, Don't Miss Cleaning Your House This pretty weather. We have every thing you want in Oil Cloth, Carpet, Matting Rugs, Portierres, a VI Lace and Swiss Curtains, Draperies, Curtain Poles. We are selling Carpers at from 10 to 15 cents on the yard less than any other house. Come and see. Pe-tr- ey SEVERANCE & SON. FOB, SALE SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. t'" -- 1 Iluy your ceodi from C D. POWELL You can buy them enouc cheaper to pay your toll and hate iorae chanje left. $iS Sum for $S; $, mils lor fs Come and Imy your goods where you can live monpv .If ...... ...... 111. .ty i.:oweu. IS ...j ,.vu .11 111111 im f anotberone, and como 11 itii li and laveyour moner Flannel, Worsted, Luster. Call and See Them. v. ..... 11 H. J. McROBERTS. Executor's -- : Sale ! OF- Houses and Lots in Stanford and Bank Stock. recutorof CjrtuWati, , .lecd . I public outcry to the huhet bidder, on A w: -- Dealer In- - Lam-abtk- will el a ordi-nanc- Monday, June 10th, xSqs, At --- I)iiB8s goods ZiKOLBit at Shanks'. ehoes at Shanks'. .. Nkw 50c belt buuklea at Danks'. Danks. A Imitation cut glapa just in. G human millet seed at HiggiiiB Foit Salb. Good second Call at this oflice. ... hand bicycle eimer uinciunuli or Go to Wilkinson's for a shave, hair cut Maysvllle in tho aftornoon and get hero tall you better what your party will not and hot and cold baths. :$ hours earlier than by the Cincinnati do" ho responded, "It will uot touch the question of free silver at all, but ignore Fivscalveain tho stray pen. O.J. Southern. it altogether." Tho I. J. man took issue Nowland, city marshal. Hkvbrbbu. The court of appeals haa with him and waa sure that if it did Swell? Well, that's what they are. reversed tho judgment of tho Lincoln nothing else, tho Statu convention would Opera Guards. The latest. DaukB, tho circuit court in tho caso of tho Farmers reaflirm tho National democratic convenBank and Truat Co. vs. 0. P. Newlaud. tion's declaration on tho question. Jeweler. Mr. Nowland heldfa certificate of dopoait "What if it does?" said ho." There DovSunday morning's freight ran over in the Pinevillo Banking Co., which waa er was a more complete straddle on any and killed two cowa and a calf for Con- to bear ti per cent, interest if left bix thing. Botli parties struddled it. Tho stable T. J. Benedict. months. Just before it was due Mr. only dilTerenco between thu National Nowland, who had left it in tho bank democratic and republican utterances Foil balk or exchange for good buggy on horo aa a special deposit, ordered ita the question is that readiug between tho horse, a lady's bicycle. Apply to Mrs. and it went forward just as the linea, tho democratic platform rather deB. N. Holler, Stanford. bank's suspension eamo. Th clares for free silver, while ours does not Thk best and cheapest stock of shirts court held that tho Stauford bank had mean anything in particular. Theru will and underwear for summer ever Been in not used due diligence in collection and bo no uncertain sound aboutnaour Statu ifatfnrtii linurntrur " linnililml a ali.l Stanford, Don't fail to examine before found for Nowland, but the higher court dered his arin with a smilo and reverses thia decision. "buying. Soyerance & Son. 1 me train. n 1 clink V M , before the r door In ianlord, Ky , the Dwelling House and Lot MtiM- .. ted on the enrnpr nf HHuvHiiii .uni ... . I - "'nun sirceis In the citv ot Stanford ind pnotite tho N W en,. lU'r ot Court Houlo Siuare, and now occuiiic.1 aa a reiulencr hv A- A. U'.rrun f ... . . i . u.ii a iac ui jujui 41 $ ieei on L.ancatt--r street irua A!oth.Iell.n House, t;rdin aud Lota in the Helm Addiuon to Stafford, formerly ocupied by K cnard aM ami lontaininj 5 Acre ot Land I he property consist of abrnt dwellitu: the . . hnnttr and Inf lnl...l.n .J!.. ant the psrden. and two vacant loti of about two c y,V" ?uJ,n'ir une ot tbeie lots fronts on ater Work and Springs Street! .tod the other front !?pnun street and extendi to line of Hock1 hit er property property will be offered lor Mle in three parcels, aa aboe indicated, and then as whole, and the highest bid or bull accepted court-housAIM loacres of Knob Lind, same being a part ol the Hugh Ilaya knob laud, and adjoins Kout land near Hell and Pine Knobs. Alio 6 Shares of tho Capital bto:k of tho Louisville Hanking Co., Loumille, Ky. Also 5 shares of the Capital tock of the Louis-vill- o Trust to , Louisville, Ky. Also s shares of the Capital tock of the Louis, vlllo Insurance Co , Louisville, Ky. Also one Silver Watch. TEKMS. The real property will be sold on creditsol and i months, in equal payments, secured by lien retained and note with approved personal security, bearing interest lrom day ol sale. I lie) stock or personal property will be sold on a credit ot three months and the purchaser will Col. Buadlky. "You booih to hnvo be required to execute note with NkwTkain on tub K. 0. Master of approved person, Trains B N. Holler tells ub that begin- made your nomination for Rovernor al security, bearing interest frnm date ol sale Possession ol the dwelling houses will be given ning on tho 20th a mixed train will leavo sure," Baid a reporter of tho Intkrioh July t, 1805, and of the knob lanJ, lots and per- wu.i tho Stanford depot daily at S v. n. except Jouknal to Col. W. 0. Bradley, who waa complied with mien iae icrms II01 ino sale are HIOGl.VS, JOHN II til fc McRoberts, Attys Sunday for Hichmond, arriving there hero un route for Louiavillo Saturday. "I Ex T. C. N'atts, about 0 o'clock to connect with a fast am withiu 110 votes of it, anyway. Fifty-Wanted, Plain of tho 50 counties, that have act- OLi YV 111U. Garments to do sewing .Mrs. freight for Cincinnati. Returning five C prtlerr d J CKAIU, near Danulle tol. gate, Stanford, Ky. leavo Hichmond at u:10 and reaching ed have instructed for me, tho exception hero about p m. Thia will be a decid- being Pendleton, which has n candidate PC I will take all the hides I can ed improvement in tho train service on for lieutenant governor," ho replied. ILLjO. for cash or in trade lor leather get on tho Richmond Branch as passengers will "What ia your party toini; to do on tho court days at Stanford or at my home in Otten-hclChas Kiinshn. ll.k nltllV 4 f money question?" was askod. "1 can uu niio i liknaan ntil. .m.... Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STABTFOBD, KY. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. .... i. well-know- n . ,..' FIRE INSURANCE. North British and Mercantile, Manchester, The Pennsylvania Fire, PhiL-niof Brooklynn. Firman's Fund, Mechanics and Traders, National of Hartfcrd, Give me a call. 11 "a KIRBY, THE 71 JSL-yjrtL- INSURANCE MAN. Win VifriTf .TEiil 11UAMS3)& V Jrt. iiunf FWINn ft BICTCILJB oo jco TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., It nAw Mill, ... Hundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty-Five- ; S5 dollar wheels at 65 dollars; 6s dollar wheels at 50 dollars. Second-hanwheels very cheap Bicycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds 'done. d ol the IjuIMeri of Lincoln couut to it material, XNOlC auj'ciiu hwi ftiuuurmp auu low prices n full nnrntmn .1 lnuit.. tk. . W. H. WEAKEN & CO. THK BLUE-GKAS- SOME OF OUR PRICES: Pcrtectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring xt ?pei hundred. As low aa $1 50 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at 8t.5o per hundred. As low as i 30 per hundred Allpatterns and thicknesses ol Ceiling In yellow tune, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as Si 25 per hundred. lMuble dressed lumber as low na $a per hundrtd. Ileautilul yellow pino finishing lumber Quarter oaV. .Vc. Snvn mam-- hv v vm. n vn... 5si orders. T E LANCASTER PLAMNT. MILL, Lancaster. 736ir Stock. S HERD OK ). A Duroc Jersey Red Swine If. H. Bronaugh, Pror, - VkSSSEisiwifjfHflBPisSSsv 0rab;0rchard, Kentucky. Pics for sale from the best tvnes ol Breeders secureJ from the best herd's In several different States. Correspondence Solicited r ..,.. mmmmmmmmgltmmmim ib. ..A. .AU4 sliud . ." aV f J Jk. . stJst..,--! i.lU.jf4..M- - . J ,k"JH- - j!; if - jMfc4-v(- - a u isW".! .s A L , - '.via rasHr sfj' Sho was in the flrat blush of the honNasMlIo, College for Tounj Ladies, eymoon's happiness, llo wns tliero with her, but ho was a mnu, and it didn't stick out nil over him so. lie whs lieartlees, too, and she was sentimental. They wero Rov. Geo. W. P. Price, D. D Pre3.t dining out, and the conversation turned Mrs. S. 0. Truohcart, Formeron untimely deaths. ly of St nf jrd, Ky., Lady Prin "Ferdinand," sitiil alio lovingly across cipal. the cold elaw chrysanthemums, "Ferdi nand, dear, if I were to die, what would you do?" Three nuildings; room for 300 boarders Faculty lie wns just putting n pieco of rnro of 40 Officer!, Teachers and Lecturers Patronago from entire South. Privileges In Vandeibilt UniConservatory ArtMudio. Gymroast beef into Ills mouth, nml ho chew- versity. nasium. Kine Passrngrr Elevators. Term begins ed on in silence. Then, with the brutal- S'ept, , 185. iiend for Catalogue. ity of n man bent on his dinner, ho said: "I'd send for tho undertaker." I And he doesn't know yet why he My Millinery StOkk is full and complete, Call wouldn't kiss him good nlhf. you Mu-lai-j- Semi-Week- ly interior JQORNiii. Friday AT ' BOON TO MINERS. New Law In .Mncnetlain Discovered by Irtiura lloitlchnn. A now theoretical principle is involved in an invention jast twttented by rabUahod Every Tuesday and Mr When not so paid 32. 60 will be Jaiuos llonlehnn, nn inventor. It is that under certain circumstances gold, silK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ver, copier mid tho rest of the. uonmng-noti- o metals nro attracted by on electro Train leaves RawUnd at 7 too ft. m., returning at magnet. Up to tho present timo it hns rio p. ra. been supposcl tliat iron, nickel, cobalt, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. mauganeso and chromium, with a few . .M..M 13 37 p ra of tho raw nictate, wero alono K0.1t. Train going North attracted 1 33 p ru No.i, " . .,.,- South No. '?' tt 51 p ra in n Tllilfllof wlil'ln rrnlil No. . lead, mercury, zinc, bisinuth aiul a few ..oil.-.,.- charged. In a certain Btato in tho south thero is a railroad which is lcnsod for ono cent a ycor and which has oulvono train, which makes up in accommodation what it lacks in regularity. It stops anywhere and everywhere At a certain crossing it always stopped to tako a dozen egpa which a widow sent to town every clay. Ono morning tho widow came out and said: "I'm mighty hprrv. Mr. Conductor. but I've got only eleven this morning." "Never mind, madam," ho replied cheerfully; "we'll wait." Judge. First An Accommodation Train, ta, v. s, JJurchi Altr. at L aw. R. M. Ncwliml, .Deputy Sheriff. Buroh. rral We & XTswland, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, col Ice Conoral Collectors, Dh.orn I will go 10 "3Tour CattX. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains past Junction City as'followt: No 3 North f No. t South f TrJlrLnl "t',' to-da- vl 1 11 " " x 5 9 " " iz.icam 8 40 139pm " 6 pm 10 fl (Do not Stop ' 4 " ' 1.30 p m ...3.15 a m ...6 00 a m 'M Bakincr eTCa JfbsoMely -- Jrowaer Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. '" u'" "muu "lu irtlintr discover that bythouso of nn armature opposed to tho magnet these nonmagnetic inotals will bo attracted instead of ropolled. Tills fact was pronounced by Professor Seoley of tho patent ofllco at Washington to bo n now law of magnetism. In order to get tho greatost practical utility from his now discovery, Mr. n has embodied tho principle- in a magnetic oro separator. In tho ordinary alluvial deposits of gold, whero tho pure metal is found mixed with sand, its advantages cannot bo estimated. As no water is required to operato tho machine, largo fields of gold, such as those in tho desert regions of California and Arizona, that havo been loft untouched on account of tho lock of water would becomo highly productive. In fact, ono mining engineer of lioto expressed hiinself of tho belief that tho now invention would revolutionize mining. Chicago Tribune, Hou-leha- reckless stylo ns ho did. 'Gov. liolcomb, of Nebraska, eaya Second Trooper That's easy enough the portion of that State to account for. Is no further need of outside assistance. First Trooper How's that? M Kockville, Ind , Mrs. JeBee Davis Second Trooper llo used to be a plumber before ho joined tho cavalry. was shot and fatally wounded by her divorced husband, who then attempted Harper's llazar. suicide. Same, nut Different, A heavy frost Is reported at points now stranKO tt Is that It you soy 'That man's a chap, in Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska. He likes It, though for compliments Garden truck and fruit trees suffered llo .ys he does not care a ran. Dut change the words a little, and tho greatest damage, but tho grains were "A flat head" call your dearest friend, only slightly injured. Four Inches of How wild he (tets, and yet those terms snow fell In the Black Hills. Doth mean the same thins In tho end -- N. Y. Herald. drouth-stricken level-heade- cavalry charco Ilciulnr tlnnv deril, that man is. Never saw anyone in my life charge in Mich nn utterly TO THE LADIES MISSLICCIE nEAZLKY, andcaamine and Spring Hat. will,le sure to buy a uc SUnford, Ky any placo when there or ruorecaale to i.fhorn. I do the work are sixih. with Mlhtnlrg Oek..-ue-r. Can .0, cow g three seconds. The knife make. . ciit.dcoi.ot crush nor break the clean, cllppsrdoes. It I. Ihe only humane horn, lode" way horn iJori not nimlih ih .ni.,.,i i.l.'.i. and the woud gets well as quick again as that ij i taw For further information, call on O. A. I'KVI'O.V, Stanford, ky. bee the Llghtn 'ng.l'runing Huok. ioi. ' W House. S. BTJKOH. - A. C. Sine, Successor lo Attorney at Law, Stanford, Olict 01 . Kentucky. d T.ancattcr Street, oppoite the Court Collections receive especial attention. &S A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, PROTECTED 1'JtOM MASHERS. Portland. San Francisco. ,.To the.., Ulrffl Store In the Owsley I will cany a general stock of lluildlag Mats- rial and by selling TOBT1WEST ,.Via The., Stamford, Kv. OfGceovcr McKoberts' Dru FOR CASE OXrX.7. Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ever been ottered here. 1 would call special attention to V wr Government Food Report. aOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 Wall Street, New York. IS SHE DEAD? Strange Case. Whon Mrs. Dred Dominy of East Hampton, N. Y., died recently, iiroparn-tion- s wero made for an elaborato funeral, but when tho undertaker arrived and looked nt tho body ho returned his oinp- -' ty comn to tho wagon and refused to bury tho body. Uo Faid sho was nlivo. I A clergyman re:id tho funeral service, on tho conclusion of which Mr. Dominy said that until convinced that his wifo was dead lio would keep her in tho houso "all summer, if necessary," ho said, and ho added, furthermore, that he was not afraid of dead folks. Undertaker Thompson said ho had never in a practice of 28 years known r similar . Tliero wero fow evidences of death on tho body, and tho commonest indications wero absent. Mr. Thompson has had Mrs. Domiuy's body placed closo by a steady coal fire, and on tho seventh day after her supposed domiso sho still looked unchanged and gave no signs of physical change Mrs. William Wallaco Tooker. wifo of Dr. Tooker of Sag Harbor, examined tho body,' and reports that when Bho opened Mrs. Dominy's mouth it shut to of itself, tmd that when tho faco was wrinkled up tho skin would immediate ly resumo its proper position. Tho body is still perfectly freo from rigidity. cai-o- J. : T. : SXJTTOIT, WIRE mid SLAT FENCE In the market. Mideof Oal'Pickets, the cheapest and best fence Doctora And Undertakers l'mzled Orer it Commissioner's Sale OF A VALUABLE AND Mlllf W'm wr UNDERTAKER, flltCUItVUlt.HtwMBTCHICAt0 w m 8T((Q HUSTONVILLE, IRON AND STEEL ROOFING Mill work KENTUCKY. at City Prices. Only Dining Car Route From m x.oxjxsirxx.i.x TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address FKAKK J. REID, f K. 11.1IIACO, O. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, (. Chicago. Lou! Itvllle. Offers his services o the rople ol West Lin coin and Catcy Counties. Full stock ot Coffins and Caskets always nn hand, D. H. Carrcnttr, Manager. 9 1 Highly Improved Farm. 3". Notice to am now ready to deliver tea ro-- the Manford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ICE ! LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. W. Raughman and Others, Plalntltls, against Harry Haughman and Others, Defts. Notice of Sale. above, styled proceeding, will, on Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln, Circuit Court, rendered at Its February term, 1805. in Ihe the undersigned er "Don't you object to your wife going about in that rational dress?" "Well, no; I don't. You sec it keeps off the men; they don't fall in love with her." Judy. Treatment of Infants. "You should havo n thermometer to ascertain tho temperaturo of tho water," said a mother to the nurse. "WhafTor?" "To tell when the water is too hot or too cold." "Don't need no sich dockcrment. Ef de chile turns bluo do water am too cold, and ef hit turns red den it am too Denver. IteSL'RK 10 call for "MO.SU.N" Koute. St. Paul. TUESDAY, MAY:21st, 1395, 11 A. M. and 3 P. M., at the residence of Henry fiaughman, sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder tee Farm of And over and.ijc a pound for 10 pounds and up to 100. Hills due istof each mouth On SATURDAY JUNE 1, i8.;, the Hoard of K. UKEMF.K, Stanford. Directors or the Monticello & lluruitde Turnpike Co. will open and consider sealed bids and award contracts lor the construction ol Four Mi.et ef Turnpike Koad In four sections, according to plans and specifications In mile. Terms, So per cent, cash on monthly estimates at.d remainder on completion of contract. Address, JOHN W. Tl'TTLE, Agl . Mootlcollo. Ky x Turnpike Contractors. At .jo Cents 1'cr Hundred Pounds THE LADIES 7 COKDIAULY INVITED Gotween Chs Late 316 Acres, OneRood, Four Poles, NORFOLK AND 0tf end, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., on the .Star ford A Halls Gap Turnpike Road, U of a xaile from the city of Stanford and just outside of h4 limits of said city. Said farm ia in a high tate of cultivation and improvement. It has un- aa it a modern brick dwelling house ot 7 or 8 trooras, with large, roomy halls and porches. The outbuildings in excellence ol character are in keeping with the dwclling'house, including one of (be very best barns in the county. The fencing outside and in ia good. Ihe farm it well watered by ponds, pools and running streams. A rare opportunity is afforded to purchase one ol the most valuable and desirable homes in the county. The purchaser ill be given full possession of WHY SHE WABBLES. said farm on the 1st day of June, 1S05. Ssid farm it bounded as follow: Beginning at Mother Earth Has Been Constantly Geta. point in the centre ol the Stanford 4 Halls Gap ting- Off Her Trolley. turnpike, corner to Newland, thence S. 69H V i5s poles ia tinki to a atone, corner to same, thence It appears from tho statement of ProS. 70 Y W. 73 poles 1 8 links to a post, corner to "Newland. thence S. 18 . 13S poles 6 links to a fessor John K. Recs, astronomer to Cotstonr, corner to Newland, thence S. 70J4 W. io3 lumbia college Now York, that tho to mles 10 a stake in Newland line and corner 16 Frederick, thence S j deg. 7 mln W. 47 poles earth has been wabbling in most reckSinks to a slake In line of Frederick, thence S. less fashion for thousands of ears, al corner of garden, thence (3)) . oa poles to post at S. 89 E. 163 poles ao links to a stake in centre of though it has only just now been caught Matoa's Gap road, opposite a small black walnut in tho act, and that tho lines of latiatanuinc op west side ot road, thence with centre of road N. ( K. 61 poles ia links toaatake in ccn-tr- e tude, which look so straight and permaof the road and corner to Alex Martin, thence nent on tho map, havo been moving JN. Viyx W. ia roles 19 links to a stake, corner to sane, theaca N. 19 E. 16 poles to a stake in line of north and south to keep up with tho ecOudderar tract and corner to same, thence N. 79 centricities of tho disagreeable planet deg. $5 rain, topolps to a stake, coiner to M. b. Owing probably to tho variation of Uaughman, thence N. 23$ W. 131 poles, contain-in- tr in the aggreKate 316 Acres 1 Kood and Poles weights on tho earth's surface, duo to of land, Tfie purpose of this sale Is for a division of the tho movement of ice and water, the proceeds amongst the plaintiff and defendants acearth's axis varies, and that of courso cording to their respective rights. causes a shifting of latitudes. It is as if 6, 11 and 34 TERMS OF SALE.-Cred- its months in f qual payments, the purchaser giving uaturo took that big skewer, tho north bond with approved personal security, payaoie w pole, out of tho placo whero it stands the Commissioner and beiring interest from day and put it in another spot 30 or 40 foot of sale. Lien retained on the land as a further si K. C. WAKKfcH, cunty. away. Then tho parallols of latitude, M C. L. C.C. & McUoberts, Attys. ilill 1 hot," WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO an oiler. And now tho colored lady Is open to Texas Slf tings. The Kntlrd Gamut. To call and examine my Millinery, which I aw opcnlnic up. I pride myself thai li Is and that It is bound lo pleasis Having bought lor cash and being determined to sell for In Lincoln countf. Money and ncVi rdy. Vtz cash. I can sell at the lowest poulblc prices. An no object. All I uk it 1 chance nt It. You will caarnlnation will convince you. Ioe money li you tell Ixtorc cring me or on of 6 MUS A. A. McKINNEY. C.lo& tnriccntl. 11. ...-- . K. O SinWetnn. Turnr.vill. ' . ft...... tA. un.. More - , !, siuiiisj. Ml. McKin- ney.Mt. Salem; J. M Durham, Middlcburs, or ZS. myself at McMnncy. F M.WAHK. WANTED ALLTHE WOOL ti. fi." Wfcllaoa Will AttornoyJatJLaw, Vnrnon, JAMES H. YEAOER. CEO. Il.COOPEU. Stniiiord, an as n lams' - . Kentucky. Assign-- c s, Young Wife (sobbing) I will nf keep still! Ucforo wo wore married you said I had a charming flow of language. Young nusband I know It, dear? but since then I've discovered that it not only flows, but roars, dashes, leaps, bounds and goes over cataracts, dams and with an occasional mill-sluices, Yeager & Cooper, Proprietors Ksecutor,Adminlstrator and OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, of...... Uvcry'Jni.cl Feed Stable, stanfokd,;ky. Having bought of P. W, Oreen his Livery bus- intss and aidded new lurries and horses, we are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S ry't Special attention fgln"lo Settle nentt of as Attorney and Sale and Division of Lands. Office on Lancaster St. over Supt. W. F.McCU- office. chn B. CasUtmao. A. O. Lanhaa waterspout. Judge. TEXAS, SE WEST, HOaTB-WES- T, S0U7B-WES1 TURNOUTS Pay to ScU Cheaply. Customer So you 6cll these watches at Ave dollars each. It must cost that to mako them. Jeweler It does. Customer Then how do you make any money? Jowoler Repairing 'em. 2. Y. Weekly. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. 'ULLWAN VCSTIBULEO COACHES. SLEEPING AND DIKIKG SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE CARf The travr ling public will fijd us always ready and willing to turnish Drummers' Wagons, either single or double, or Carriage of all kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The boys in and around town will also And us the peo pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. YKAGEK A COOPKR. Myers House Stable, blanford, Ky 5; On short notice. ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE OF A HANGING FORK FARM ONE-HAL- F Ills Preference. A Milyun Haire My daughter Blancho returns from Europo sir. Mako arrangements for a stunning reception to her. I give you carte blanche. His Secretary I would bo perfectly which go like hoops around tho earth and mnrk tho distance from tho jrolo to satisfied, sir, if you would only give me tho equator, havo to inovo likowiso. Blanche. Truth. This has been suspected, but only now has tho caso against tho earth been fully proved. Xow York World. to-da- y, DON'T Let your Painting, Papering and Calcimininjr until you see Ileldeo ilroibers. We furnish material and guarantee first. cla, work, or no money. Address, Stanford, Ky. 101. first-cla- Jominorco Building, Louisrlllt WRFQLKWESTERN RAILROAl CHEAPEST, BEST AND Agents throughout the South, QUICKEST LINE. Write for Hntcs, Mnt, Dcscrlptii 'Btniililen, to any Suilioti Accnt, or to Tlmo-Tahle- s, 7. A. TEIBBLE, Looal Aftnt, STANFORD, KY. W. B. PCVILL, .i ruitt'st. Rlll.MlkE.ri. AILCN III.. Illlt I'..r.r HULL, Agl VIIIN.O. M, Trmi.ll.f f. BBAOO, SPRING AND SUMMER. r . KIMMIIiS, V. if Something'to Beautify tho Ladies. TO THE LADIES. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, to tho Azores, and tho blue flag of tho and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Houteholdand Kitchen Furniture, littlo nation will bear a whito hawk The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. with nine stars, 0110 star for each isThe New Home, style five, S2S. land. of tho Azores iH iive Stock and Farming- Imple- nearly Tho population Portugal wiselv All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted 300,000, and ments. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will concluded to grant them homo rulo rather for five years. As exocutors of Henry Baughman, dee'd, we will same time and place;tell at public outcry to than attempt to govern them at tho sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are ut fhe the iighest bidder a loint of tho bayonet ou tho plan adopt- offered: Score-House, - OF THE l'orttigHl Is Wiser Than Spain. Portugal has granted local autonomy READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. Dally openining. New Hats, flowers and laeesl I desire lo catl your atteution to Ihe fact that I We give the assnranco to the trade that they wi am ready to serve you In Drsa Mating In any find In our establishment the same etclusiveness In style of patterns, haU and bonneta and all the snd all styles. I taka the best fashion Journal leading novelties in Millinery for which we are and keed potted on what ladles should wear. I'rict reasonable. Come tn and give me a trial. known throughout the country. I have secured a trimmer for the sea- I employ none but firn class help. At present I can be found at Miss Carria Por son. Thanking yotl for past favors, we respect fully solicit your patronage heretofore si literally ter'a residence on Lancaster Street. Respectfully, MISS MARY I). SMITH, M. D. DUDDEKAK- boatawed.ajjStanford, Ky, KATL DUDDKRAR. Manager. 7; 6m first-class J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealers n THE BASTIN HOUSE, CrabOrchard, Ky. Meet all Trains night and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Kree of Charge. Good Farm of About 480 Acres Of Land en Hanging Fork. In Lincoln county, Ky ,andadJ3iJlng tne lands of D. McKittrick, Peter Carter, W. H. Murphy, Ed Peyton, Sam licliu, Columbus Bishop and Adam Carpenter and commonly known as the Lyile farm, This farm Is about s miles from Stanford, on the Stanford & two-story ed by Spain in Cuba. St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. I now occupied by A L'rbau.ky & Co., and known the at.Uso Louisville Store. interest In the St, an undivided Aruph Hotel property in Stanlord, Ky., which in- the hotel proper and two large thereunder, outhouses, lot and stable. This Hotel s is a two story brick building and Is in order, and has a large and increasing custom, and A: Hardin, the is now being conducted by Karris intereit. owneis of the other one-ha- Kitchen Kurnltu-e- , one the Household and Aba wagou, onepbicton. The Furniture includes an Organ and new Piano. l Also all the Live Stock now en the tarm, 90 head otold sheep and 8 ilams, a lot lot of Horses and Iliood Mares in ol Jack Stock, head, lot of Mules, Hogs, Cattle and foal, about as ' ilk Cows. ifThe real properly will be sold for d cash equal payments in one and and the balance in in riwo years, bearing interest from day of salo and secured by lien retained. sums $10, The personal property, except be sold undercredrn a will be sold lor cash, will it t hree months and the purchaser will be repaired to execute noteofwith good security, bear. tag interest from day sale. PnMMonot real property will be given on Tanuiry i, 1890, and of peisonal property when ;. aiU for or notes executed, m. Any Thesalewlllbeginatga concerningperson deslr- the above information tie any othei roronertv can write tn or see us at Stanford, Ky. one-half Mere-Roofirst-cla.lf of onr-thir- vation. Tne tarm will be offered for sale in two parcels and as a whole and the highest bid or bids accepted. llrlck on the Also the North-cas- t side cf Main street in Stanford, Ky.. two-itor- v Store-Hou- .Mritalge'ille and the Knob Lick, McCormack's Chutcli A Turnersville turnpike roads, and has frame dwelling house, barns, upon it a is fine Fcrk vlc.aud is well watered inItgrass Hangingcultiand i in land and ia now about i than making war. Tho Chickering, Hazelton, Bush & RUSSIA AND JAPAN. Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, Japan will presently begin to think Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince that concluding jieaco is moro difllcult & Son. Providcuco Journal. Chino-Jananes- FIAXTOS: Mason & Hamlin, ORGANS: All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. day. Livery Attached, n-5- m Chicago Cottage, Kimball, And Others. Fare ef Hotel Si no rcr A. II. 1IASTIN, Prop. row over tho e treaty goes to show that peaco hath her conflicts no less renowned than war. Boston Herald. Tho Russian bear evidently thinks Japan is tired of war and would bo easily licked. Ho might find out that Ja pan has only been in training for bigger New Haven Palladium. Address, Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I ev. er knew, who served n.any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. Se iDg Aiacniues repaired ana warrantca. The Myers House. P. W. GREEN. Proprietor. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky,, Hat more nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty Uuggies, Surreys Hus-tonvll- le, P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. 18S Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthy of consideration. and Phaetons. Mom good Cultivators. Wagons, Plows and more nice Harness, llridles, Whips and moro I am still running thts n Hotel and Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He inwill continue to give my guesta the politest alien- - vites the public -iu call and see hla stock and get 'as well as the Dett tne market affords. prices, bam Loan, Repairer and Iluilder of harness, is in my house and would be glad to have his Special Travel- friends catl on him when wanting work done. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. Attention to the ling Public. game. It is snid that tho emperor of Japan lias a chilL Russia's objection to tho treaty with China ought to mako him hot enough to overcomo his present in disposition. But jwssibly its elt'ect may bo to bend an extra shiver up his spinal column. Utica Herald. if England would in tho treaty advantages obtained by Japan, ns if Franco would bo fflE RILEY London. - - HOUSE Kentucky. d. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Dood Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. Mjei 7T M FRANK RILKY, La agJs- Cm 5ta - It looks now as They have Proven a Success. They arejbeauttful and an ornament to a parlor. ma ...For a A tiK- iiia H:h & T. V English, Auclioneer. j K compelled to break any arrangement it has mado for protest with Germany and Russia, and as if Russia would bo compelled to fight its own fight with Japan if indeed Russia chances to wago war. In such an event English iuterferenco agniust projects of Russian aggrandizeBAUGHMAN, ment might bo confidently looked for. Executors. wiucinnati Commercial-Gazette- . Carriage Faintar. Call and eaarslno it work before tiaving your carriage renalnted lam located in the only short in town in whlcn nno work cau be done a nd will be here permanently. I solicit a share of your patronage which 1 will endeavor to merit by first. class workmanship and fair treatmeut of all. Shop iu iueriaou cc ureer s snop on aomeisci sirecc. A. H. KINLEY, Stanford, Ky. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, styliih Hair Trim'or Clain Shive, go to HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Oook & Farmor's Bnrbor Shop. tt ' .si? iiiSgiTi?i TiMjMBisiiteaiiir rn"FTt sggjfft. ;.;;