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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895051701 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. ; -- & "t - "V wi Semi Weekly Interior Journal it VOL. XXIII. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTYJr-sn- ' STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 17. 1895. j NO. 23 LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Horn, to tho wife of Mr. n Uob-t?r(- p, due girl. . this county to attend nnd every citlznn who has one of Unit thoroughbred family will bring it along. Mr. James lMgg, of Corbin, called on of our young belles this weok. Mr. one H. ilnmon lelt for Jellico Tuesday. Mrs. B. H. Wllniott will givo a strawborry supper at her hotel on the night ol tho 23th Inst. Mr. E. Walden returned Pun-da- y night from Winchester. Miss Lobert Lee Yakoy visited Crab Orchard friends last week. Mr. Hamuel Ilysluger was here Sunday. Mrs. Tur-piol Berea, who has been visiting her daughters here, Mra. J. W. Tate and Mrs. A K. Albright, returned homo laRt Suuday. Mr. It. L. Davison, Brodhead's dentist, spent a few days hero thin week practicing his profession. Mr. Vic Owens has boon among us again and wo know a few girls who nUays seem to bo happy when ho comes. Bro. l'ike filled ids appointment with his iiuw church at Buckeye Saturday and Sunday and ho goes to Glload church in Madison county next Saturday and Sunday. M. 0. K. Knlermaii, ol Toledo, was here this week. There will bo a great HonBatlonal drama played at tho Christian church Friday and Saturday nights, ontitled "The Social GIbas, or Victims of the Bottle." Tho troupe is made up of Dr. Percy Benton, Misa Pearl Norland, Will A. Oarson, Miss I.lzzio Heron, Kd Newlnnd, J. Thomas Cherry, W. 0. Cable, Mies Jennie Boynolds and J. F. Walton. Tho proceeds am to go to choir Sunday-schooThey also havo n good play for Saturday night, "Out in tho Street." Tho same actors as above, with Mtea M. B. nnd Maud M. Watson added. Wo judge , from tho parties that havo gotten it up entertainment that it will bo a people to liberally patronbo we aek our ize them, as tho proceeds go to a good cause. n, Misa SrtlHo l'uraell la now with Mw. It. Cnb.1 in ttiu mantu making busi- J. nero. Sir. and Mra. Woodyard nro visiting relatives in Howlaml. Mi. Dr. J. M. Clark spent a few days iti Livingston last week. Mr. Wm. Cable, of the Freodom neighborhood, ban moved to Livingston. A. J. Pike will havo a colt show in Urodhend the 23th of this month at 10 a. t iiml ho naka all who wish to boo tho bet lot of Tat Donmarks ever shown In l. Aral-cla- MIODLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. A 12 pound girl arrived at D. G. El- A thia place, wore summoned to appear in tho U. S. court iu Louisville iu answer to n petition filed by tho receiver of tho Al- In Memory of James C. Carson. tamout Coal Company to annul ull the Wiikkkas, Tho Allwieo Ituler of tho coal leases made by C. Crooke, president lodge ou high has removed from ua by of thu Altamont Coal Company. Judge death on Saturday, May 11, 1893, our Barr decided iu favor of thu defendants, brother, Jamea 0. Caraon, a worthy ruling that thu receiver had no right to member of McKinnoy Lodge, No. 031, F. intorforo with thu leases. littler will cure all diseases of the Liver aud Kid. and A. M bo it A Borlea of meetings are being held neys, will remove l'imples, lloilt.Salt llheum and lodgo hna susdirections caused by impure Reeolved 1. That our at thu Chriatiau church by Eld. J. S. other malaria from the system and blood; will prevent as drive tained tho loss of a good brother. Kuudrick, of Dauvilie. He ia an earueat, well as cure all malarial fevers, For cure oi Head Constipation and Indigestion, try Elec"v 2. Ilia family a devoted husband nnd forcible bnuaker. and his mini tint's nr ache, Hitters. Entire satnf action guaranteed or money I relunded. Price 50c and $1 per bottle at A ,H. a kind father. resulting in much good. The mist that l'enny'i drug store. member. 3. Tho church a consistent haa gathorerod before the people by tho citl- Two Livoa Saved. I. Tho community an honornblo preaching of false doctrines, ia boiug Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was cleared away aud tlju gospel ia being told by her doctors she had consumption and that bo nottUs o( Or. hopo for C. That ft copy of theso reaolutlona presented by Brother Kendrick in its there was no Discoverytier, but two cured her and completely Kipg'a bereaved family, ft copy aprend primitive beauty and simplicity. Judge she saysNew sent Ida it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Escers, ijj San Francisco, sulTered Irom a dreadlodRO and a Florida on tho minute books of thia Robert Boyd confessed Christ last Fri- ful cold,St., approaching consumption, tiled without for thin elo then bought one bottlo of copy aent to tho I.vmnion Jouknal day and waa baptized Saturday. Also result everyNew Discovery and iu two week was Dr. King's J. II. Vanhook, I naturally thanVful. .publication. It it such re. Senator Ed Parker waa he cured, lie prove the BowmanJSmitii, having ouco beeu a member, but had suits of which theso are samples, that coughs and wonderful efficacy of this medicine in wandered away. The meeting will prob- colds. Frcu trial bottles at G. L. Penny, Eor's Ed M. K6TK8, .,.. Drug store. Regular size 50c and fi. ably continue over Suuday, Committee. 1 liott's Monday. Mica Courtney McWhorter died at Mr. Hobeit Lanluin's Monday. Sho was buried nt the Christian church, Tuesday. Tho baud will play for tho G. A. U. t Mt. Ollvo on Decoration day. It la hoped that tho boys will fare better than when they went there ouco before. Mira Lou Alston, oi Powars Store, is visiting the family of Mc. D. Royalty. Mrs. Ann Boy, of Perry vllle, Is spending a few days with friends of this section. -- Tho froat Tuesday morning swept everything left by tho cut worms and there Is n fair prospect for more. Fruit may escape, but the chances aro decided ly againBt it at thin writing. V. It. Coleman will giyo tho band y boys an oyster supper to morrow, to an ennigh', which promises joyable sllair. Tho boH seem to ho in clover just now. They will start Thurs day to Dunnvilloou ft fishing spreo to be absent soveral daje. John Wheat was tried before Squire J. A. Wall on tho 1th, charged with asMrs. Lizzie saulting his sister MYa. Wheat Ih tho widow of Wheat. Dudley Wheat, who died some two years ago, ami tha troublo grow out of n division of Mr. J. W. Wheat'n estate. It is claimed tho heirs nro trying to cheat Mis. Wheat out of hor part of tho estate Some two or threo weeks ago, Mr. John Wheat is claimed whipped her nnd drove her from tho promises, nnd alio aworo out a warrant for him and ho was arrested by J. W. McWhorter, Jr. Ho defonded hia own enso at tho trial and plead not guilty, but the jury thought Com-- othorwieo aud Aned him $25. Tho represented by County raonwealth waa Attorney Q C. Godhy and John Boldon. Wrd-msdaIn-la- lis arrived nnd has dental rooms in the Stormen block on Danville Mtreet. It la rumored Unit no aro to hnve a wedding In tho county Boon, hut wu nre not nt liberty just yet to tell names. f hi) remains of Mr. Eugeno Busby, who lied in Mt. Sterling last week, wero brought to Lancaster and interred in our cemetery Tuesday. Misn Cnrrin Woods has taken rooms with tho Misses Tillett on Danvillo street. Miss Woods, who ia an accomplished musician, has n cIbkb of 12. Continued improvements Hro noticeable In many Lancaster homes. 22 house pninters and paper hangers are busily nt work and can't fill thu engagements they have. Tho sad news has been received of tho very low condition of Mr. Jamea It. MarrH, tho recent editor of tho Central Record, wno is held here in such high esteem by hia many friends. Some of the prisoners at tho county jail made their escape Tuesday. W. A. Arnold, thu town marshal, over on the alert, pursued the fugitives and nftor a rapid walk to tho toll gate on tho Sugar Creek road, captured thorn. Tho recent heavy frosts following In such quick succession hnvo done great damage to vegetation of nil kinds. 'J lie guldens, tho pride of our citizens, aro lying low, having felt Jnck Frost's icy touch. It is feared much of the fruit ia materially injured. Thu Methodist Conference for this district met Tuesday with a goodly number in attendance. Tho first two daya wero devoted to Suiiduy-echowork nnd thu last to ii rovlow of. church work. Tho presiding elder, Dr.W. N. Vaughnn, of Danville, Ih president of the conference and Kov. W. E. Arnold, of Stanford, secretary. Dr. W. S. Vaughan nnd wife, of wero gtiesta this week of the Misses Tillett. Misa Nellie Johnson is at homo from a lengthy visit to Iter cous in, Mrs. Sam Hardin, of Now Albany. Mis. Robert Grinnan hna returned to her borne at Gynthiana, after n short visit to her sister, Mrs Dr. W. N. Bush. Miss Lizzie Thompson is visiting Miss Katio Leo YoHger, of Boylo. Mr. Ed Price nod son, Joe, wero visiting relatives in Danville Tuesday. Mr. William Shugars and daughters, Misses Lilly and Bessie, left last wtek to visit his brother, Mr. John Shugara, and family, of Sharpsburg, Pa. It is tho first visit 'in 23 yeans ttmt Mr. Shugars hna made to hia old home. Mrs. J. S. Clirieman and MieaTomlinson, of Danville, nro guests of Mrs. R. H. Tomlinson. Mm. Dunn and Mife Cheatham, of Bryntiisville, visited tho Mises Tillett, Wednesday. Mibs Misa Ellen Owsley, who has been on a protracted visit to Annapolis, New York nnd Louisville, has returned home. ol g, Dr. W. S. Benzley Mrs. Mattio McRoborta has opened The aovere frceza Saturday a millinery ahop hero nud is doing a fino the gardens in mourning. night loft business. 'Hiero ia a proapect of having anotii or Fair here thiB Summer. It will come oil some time in July. Misa Ovio Leo Moore has returned fiom Junction City and is now visiting around among her friendn in this vicinity. Neeley Northcutt. was !again tried before n now jury Saturday for carrying concealed weapons aud got 10 dajain jail and $23 fine. Jesse Rovulty, assistant postmnater hero and clerk for Mr. J. W. ;Whipp, went to Louisville Monday, where he will remain ono week. An Arctic breeze struck this section Monday and on Tuesday morning beans in sonio gardens looked somewhat dilapidated, but it ia hoped that there is not much general damage. MrB. Bottie Moore liasltho most productive hens iu tho Stnte. FromJDecem-he- r up till some time iu March nhebold 120 dozen egg, beiidea a liberal quantity was used in the family, Lewis Withers, of Stanford, was here last Wednesday with seven buggies and sold ono to Sheriff W. 0. Adams, of tliis place. Starting to Dunn-vill- e, he aold old man Kidd ono Jon the way to that place. Lewis is always welcome In Liberty. Mr. J. A. Gondell. of Mattoon, III., superintendent of tho jail building business, is hero and is actively pushing matters forward. Mr. Goodell appears not only to understand his business, but is ngentlomnn of culture nnd hna general information on nil subjects. Great excitement has gotten up in tliis place in tho last few days among children, boya, old men nnd young, over a now game lately introduced here, with round, polished stones called marbles. It ia expected that tho craze may reach other parta of the county. Oicar and Royal Wilkinson, two of Liberty's most fascinating young men, started in n buggy lait Saturday to sio their girls nt Dunnville. The horse hitched to their vehicle was of a dissipated character nndjbecomiug unmanageable, struck ull at break neck speed and rnn bo close to a solid fence that tho fenco became aggravated and hit the buggy a violent blow, making a w ruck of it. Wo nre happy to alato, however, that the youugjgentlemen escaped without any serious injury. Since writing the above, George A. Prewitt reports that his garden ia ruined by tho frost. J. Boyle Stone's garden is also much damaged. Lato rains have interfered much withjtho farmers on the low bottom lands. prob-nbly post-and-r- LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. II. 0. Thompson is improving his property by the addition of n new fence, and not before it was needed. Dr. J. L. Williams, oi Morehcad, who is n candidate for Railroad Commla-siouewas In town this week, jmakiug bauds with his friends. Circuit court begins Monday. Tho docket being crowded and tho time limited, thu judge is compelled to hold court at ulght, iu addition to tho day 8fb1lO!l. r, The contract (or the erection of tho now M. E. church has been let to Mr. J. 0. McKeo. Tho building is to ho erected on tho situ where tho old church woa burned and ia to bo a haudsomo brick stiucluru. Thu cold weather still continues, tho thermometer registering away down in tho neighborhood of freezing. Wednes day wo had rain, snow aud Bleut. The fruit and vegetation is greatly damaged. Mits Moilio Riley is visiting in Richmond this week. Misa Jennie Phillip?, of East Bornatadt, ia iu town. Col. C. Crooke, of Altnmont, wasiu town Mon day ou business. .Mr. Fred Pigg was ta ken very sick yesterday but ia reported aome better. .Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bastin, of Pittsburg, are attending the Christian chinch. J. M. Thompson nnd John Harris, of East Berustadt, and U. 0. Thompson, of Tho Maccabees held their regular mooting last Tueaday evening with good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephona, of Berea, accompanied by Misa Rlkn Baker visited tho old homo last week. Many ladiea aro adorning their homes with flowers. Mrs. W. A. Davis haa the handsomest collection that we havo seen. During the absence of Mr. Jamea Maret, on business, W. H. Pettus, of Garrard county, has charge of the railroad office here. The numerous frienda of tho bride were pleaaod to meet Mr. and Mra. Yeag-er- , of Bryantaville, during their visit here laat week. The musical, which was given under the auspices of tho Ladies' Aid Society by "The Colonels" last Thursday evening, was a brilliant success. Dra. Brown nnd Loyell performed a surgical operation on a young man named Thomason last Thursday morning. The injury was thu result of a fall, Misa Clara Licklighter died May 14 after n brief illncea of spinal troublo. Miea Clara waa nn unusually bright girl and her mourning pnrenta have tho sympathy of all in their bereavement. While watching her brothers explode caps, Misa Mamie Jones received a painful wound by a piece of broken cap entering her foot. After much Buttering the shell was removed aud the patient haa about recovered. Mrs. R E. Thompson, of Lancaster, is visiting Mrs. Wm.Poynter. Miea Carrie Lair ia visiting relatives in Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. Mike McCarty, of Louisville are spending tho honeymoon at the Newcomb Hotel. Mrs. Georgio Rico hf s returned from Lebanon, O. Mr. R. G. Williams ia out from Centre College. Capt. Spradlin baa returned from a trip to Tenueflsee. Miea Berta Martin attended tho musical. Mies Ella Joplin is attending school at Bowling Green. Mies Ella haa taught with great success for several years, butt like ull good teachers believes in continual advancement aud improvement. If our county possessed many more surdi teachers it would be an advantage to the for hundreds of dollars are paid to teachers yearly, while hundreds of children are idling away their time at homo instead of spending it profitably in the school room. We understand that a delegation will leave here Thursday headed by Messrs. C. C. Williams, W. H. Spradlin, James I. White and several othera for Rock Castle Springe to confer with Mr. Prescott Rnd his ungineora as to the feasibility of having the new railroad run from Mt. VerCHURCHAFFAIRS. non Southward to the lands of the Prescott syndicate. We aro confident that The gifts of the women of the Preswill place tho matter in byterian church to home missions from thia committee such a light that n survey of thia route April 1, lS'JI, to Feb. 1, 1S95, were fJOo,-60- 0 will be ordered at once, and alter it ia done we havo no doubt as to tho result, Southern Baptists will spend $150,-00- 0 for it ia conceded by every peraon, who ou foreigu missioiiB, of which sum hia n knowloJgn of the country that this Kentucky ia expected to contribute ia by far the beat route. Every citizen of assessment. the Mt. Vernon nud this county Bhould do Rev. Thomas R. Bridges, a Carroll whnt lies in hia power to aid in getting county boj'i has been called to tho pasthia railroad bb it will prove of inestimatorate of a Presbyterian church in Newble value to the county. It will increase ark, N. J., at a salary of f3,000 a year. value of land, bring in money nnd The orgnnizition of tho Seventh the enablo the farmers to find ready sale for District Union of the Young People's the products of thoir farms. Society of Christian Endeavor will bo held in Danvillo on noxtJjSaturday and V1LLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Sunday, May IS and 19. Advocate. Snow fell in some parts of tho couu-t- y A wealthy Ohio man withdrew last Sunday and tho froat has done 0., Methodist from a Middletown, church, to the building of which ho bad considerable damage to crops and garcoutiibutud $12,000. He was to have dens, but the cloudy weather has been a great protectiou to everything tho frost beeu tried for expulsion under tho bankcould hurt. The farmers nro very much of the church discipline. ruptcy clause Tho Baptist convention at Washing- behind with their work on account of wet weather. ton calls loudly for more workers in the the The republican convention met last vineyard. Although there aro now oyMonday and instructed the delegates er 30,000 Baptist churches in tho South, go to Louisville to vote for Col. W. thero are 3,000 homeless congregntioua. that O. Bradloy for nominee for governor and Most of theso are in the Southwest. In Win. Main, of Bell county, for railroad Texas alone there are 1,000 Baptist concommissioner for tliis district. Mr. W. gregations without shelter. The report It. Black, of Kuox county, candidate for also states that tiiere are nlso in tho people without tho Gos- tho LegiBlaturp, waa present and made a South 10,000,000 speech. pel, nnd that 2,000 tuieaionariea aro Circuit court opened Monday with needed within the territory. The next Judge Morrow presiding. The Perry convention will be held in Chattanooga. county caso of Commonwealth vs. Smith Thero all tho delegatea will be enter- and Adkins was continued by tho plain-tii- r tained freo of coat. and W. O. Kversolo, of Perry, is on Boiler explosions at Wellsville, N. trial at tho present writing for shooting Y., killed nlno and wounded four men. Fields, who is in the Barbourville jail with a life sentence for killing Judge Electric Blttora. Thit remedy i becoming to well known and so Combs. Soveral misdemeanor cases have popular a to need no spctUl mention. All who have ueil Electric Hitter tine the saino song of been tried, but it is not thought any civpraise. A purer medicine does not exist and It ii il business can bo reached at tliserm. claimed. Electric guaranteed to do nil that ail tax-payer- o, SUMMER C LOTHINC LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. i-- 1 M Vi j x 5V Flannel, Worsted, Luster. Call and See Them. .' i- - t-. .- - H. : J, : M'ROBERTS. -- One Gallon of-- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you ONLY: $1.40', PER: GALLON. X ( 15afl Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. HOES AND CLOIHIi. . 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 Si 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 pleasure in showing 00 stock and it costs you nothing to look. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. first-cla- ss Wall Paper&Alabastine We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. Call Mixed Paints & Varnishes, White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials' and Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drugstore of Wo Bo MTO&BIEJMTgo -- IN VIEW OF- - $1S,-00- 0, tup-not- ch Z.Cjr3. .ISrCrE JULY 1, 1S95, we offer AT COST FOR CASH -- 'I VII Everything in our line, such as- - WAGONS, PLOWS, HARNESS, 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. FARRIS & HARDIN Isf " xl Kk iriEn& M.JLiyj; iw jaj HUSTON YIIXE, KY. BYE, I 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 to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. ! There are indications of a revival S I in commercial und financial aflaira. It is time. Down in Louiuviljo they tell a Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know story of a man who lost $100,000 in a that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them pork deal. Some one asked him how he lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unstood it, Ho said: "I didn't mind the til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have loss of the money, bnt it was the conI have a line of in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. founded night sweats it gave me." A check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for night sweat that lasts two years is enough to take thuaund out of any man. half price Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They -- N. Y. World. JameH River iu Virginia was nam- are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. ed after Jamea 11 ; at the lira: English A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 -settlement it was called thu "Kiver of worth S3. The sequel Buy and sell for Cash.1 the Holy Ghost." The Indians called it TAMES FRYE, Ilustonville, Ky. Pawathanne, "the riyer of life." O-OOID- Si. 50 worth S3. A good black slicker $1.25, Mens sandals worth 75c Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth SS5 for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' worth $$ to and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7-5Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for S12.50 to S'Si former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. GILiOTia:i3iTC3- very fine rubber coat DRESS , .y.A - "VV' r5?T - Gov. O'Fetrall, of Virginia, says that The Covington Commonwealth thinks miners at Pocahontas will be that the unpunished shedding of blood doing vastly more to protected. Since that declaration 150 in Kentucky is provent the development of her resources have gone to work. May 17, 1895 by foreign capital 3TANFORI). Kv., inimical than Facts have como to light at Tacoma, legislation. Peoplo are a'lraid to como to Wash., to indicate that tho defalcations a State, where seven murders have oc- of tho suckle, Paul Schultzs, will reach VV. P. WALTON. curred in n month and tho men who half a million dollars. ft mi-Wee- Interior Journal OF A LOCAL NATURE. non-unio- n Gqv. McCreary will Bpeak at Liw renceburg tomorrow at 2 o'clock. Tho squirrel law does not expire till Juno 15th, and violators are liablo to a i $ i 6 OR 8 PAGES. Senator Lindsay's contribution to the arguments lor a Bound currency are an convincing as they are unanswerable. He treats the question of freo silver coinage as ono of pure business and says that sentiment has nothing to do with it whatever. The advocates of it ought therefore to waste no time in talking of the money of the constitution, or tho 'rights of silver,' or the demerits of gold n in the abstract.and remember that padeclamation and triotic fervor have no place in the calm and deliberate consideration of a purely business question. The constitution no more requires tho freo and unlimited coinage of silver than tho free and ua. limited enlistment of soldiers, or tho continual declaration of war. Silver has been demonetized by the joint action of tho business world andean only bo restored by like joint action. The United StateB can not independent of other nations adopt a free coinage silver law without producing a contraction of the currency by expelling gold and under existing conditions a contraction of the currency means bankruptcy and ruin. To await tho coming of an international monetary conference is to eave tho country from tho consequences of a contraction that all history teaches will follow the freo coinage of legal tender money from a metal inferior in market value to the money metal in uaa in the world at large. We can net exchange GOO million dollars of gold for 600 million dollars of silver without destroying business and impairing the confidence that is begin nine to bo restored. Judgo Lindsay knockfl tho orona from under Senator Blackburn's untenable position by say ing as everv thoughtful man must that the Btamp of the government was intended to certify the bullion value of the coin, not to create or add to its value." Kentucky's interest, the Senator pays, is solely rnerchantile and Bhe should deprecate legislation that is intended for the benefit of the silver mine owners, who seek to have 50 cents worth of silver converted into a legal tender dollar. Jefferson treated the question as a mercantile problem and Kentucklans would do well to follow his lead. We wish we had space to publish the admirable interview in full. It is clear and exhaustive and should be read and Btudied by every Kentuckian. high-flowself-assum- committed them have, in every case in which n trial has been hold, been acquitted, including Shipp, who killed tho husband of his negro mistress in the man's own house. When tho slayer of hiatal lowman is held accountable and feels the strong arm of the law fastening tho hemp about his neck, then Kentucky may hold up to tho world her resources and meet with the return her riches and tho rightful value at which she holds human life entitle her to expeci. Gov. Brown Intends to remain tho race for United States Senator, but will not make any speeches until after the Stato convention. State Senator Peter Morrissey, of St. Louis, was Bhot and instantly killed as ho slept. His murderer is hia mistresp, Maud Lowis, who la supposed to bo insane. While Mrs. Tilllo Connolley, of Lancaster, O., was being burled her divorced husband appeared on tho scene and grabbing hla two little daughters, lied with fine of $5 25 for each oflVnse. The sale of tho Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisvillo R. R., has been In ordered and tho L. A N. will likely buy It's Town Talk. Full house all the time. More joyful news. ? !r JS K IK V h- - ' ' A p the Federal generals and other officers will be present at the dedication of the Confederate monument at Chicago memorial day and the occasion will be a no of All the leading Confederate and many table one. Fire eaters and men who skulked fh the rear, when brave men were battling for the cause they loved, are raising a hue and cry over the "desecration" of memorial day, by such a dedication, but the real fighters of the war which ended 30 years ago, sob nothing but brotherly love and rcconcilation in the demonstration. ThB blue and the and all will gray will mingle in love tho common country better for this exhibition of fraternity. The South will send many car loads of flowers to decorate the graven of her loved ones, who fell so far away from horap, and Chicago's enterprising citizens will do all in their power to make the occasion a rnemora ble ona. n The outrageous) verdict of acquittal in the Shipp murder case at Lexington caused a number of preachers there to inveigh against the lax administration of justice in their sermons Sunday and to deplore the cheapness in which human Dr. Boiling life is held in Kentucky. most outspoken and said that was tho the judge or jury, which failed to puDish such crimes as Shipp's, is an enemy to society. The pulpit and press should work in unison in the effort to put down crime by punishing it in the most condign matter and no opportunity should be lost to force its attention on the people. Evidently believing that as Kentucky goes so will go the union on the silver question. President Cleveland is said to be watching with great intoreBt tho trend of Bentlment In Kentucky. It looks very much now like the free silver lunatics will capture tho convention, but it is to be hoped that better judgment will prevail and that the State will not be committed to a policy bo ruinous as would bo free and unlimited silver coinage independent of tho action of other nations. It is Bald that at Ottumwa, la., Sunday, tho reformed base ball player, Billy Sunday, had 500 men weeping at one time during his Bermon. No wonder. The angola must have wept at such a spectacle. A base ball player in a pulpit is apparently bb much out of place as a preacher'would bo in a base ball box. costs the government 10S,000 to print tho Patent Ofilco Gazette, but private firms propose to do it for $70,000. Tho government printing office is a huge asylum for Congressional favorites and is not run on business principles at all. It The ronto of the now Lexington road to the Eastern Kentucky mineral and timber fields will bo from Stanton, Powell county, to Salyersville, in Magoffin. Tho freo coinage wing of tho Illinois democracy will hold their anap conven tion Juno 5, and tho sound money democrats of that Stato will take no part or lot in theallalr. Little Josle Leatherman, of Goshen, Ind , became entangled In the ropo of a awing in such a manner as to get it twisted about her neck so tightly that Juduk M. J. Duiibam, of Lexington, she was strangled to death. writes to request us to reproduce SenaThe graud oncampmant of the G. A. tor Lindsay's masterful interview on the K. will be held in Louisville this year, currency question, adding that it is un- and thero is a movement on foot to have answerable and tho peoplo want to be thn runnhlican National Convention informed on the question. We would held in New Orleans next year. do so with pleasure, but for its great At Loveland, O , Frank Hill and length. A synopsis is all that a paper of George Myers collided while going at this size can givo such a lengthy inter- full speed on their bicycles, fracturing FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. view, as much as we would like to pub- each other's skulls. Both aro uncou- lish it. A car of nico OHts just received. Call bc'ious and not expected to llvo. Col. Bradley will be nominated for It is now said that the decision of before buying. J. 11. Batighmau & Co. Chhrlle Dawes bought for John W. governor without opposition and by ac- the Supremo court will be 0 to 3 against Flowers of Perkins, of Clark, 20 steers at claim, as we predicted six months ago. the income tax law, and the AdminisAlready S03 votes have been instructed tration would not shed any tears over $20. O. I). Thompson, tho insuranco adfor him and but GTS aro necessary for a Bending the tail along with tho hide. Col. Rice, of New York, and John juster, bought of M. S. Baughmnn a bay choice. If he could make his election as easily sure as he has his nomination, be Harlow, of St. Louis, have been appoint mare for $135. would sail Into tho Gubernatorial man ed civil service commissioners by Pres In Fayette county Byrne &. Lewia flowery beds of ease, but there's ident Cleveland. Tho board is now com have bought from Rankin Clemmon, sion on posed of two democrats and one repub- 3,000 bushels of wheat at 05c. the rub. We'll meet him at Phillippi. lican. For Sals. Yearlings, Shorthorn Tuk convention to nominate a demoTwo men met on tho street in and Jersov hulls. Pure and fashionably cratic candidate for railroad commission Ind. They had always been bred. F. Held, Stanford, Ky. erln the Owensboro district is in ses- friends. Without a word of warning Chattanooga fruit men aro just be sion in that city, and seems to think that one shot the other dead. The murderer ginning to Bhip what promises to bo tho the welfare of tho country depends up- explained that the victim had insultod largest strawberry crop ever grown in on its action on the silver question. That his wife. that vicinity. district is a hot bed of populists and we The 25,000 employes of the Carnegie Tho cold weather has caused great may expect a declaration for free silver Steel Company have been notified of a loss all over the country. Fruit has and everything else free. voluntary increase of 10 per cent, in been killed In many places, and early wages. The Bellaire Nail Company, of vegetables greatly injured. NEWSY NOTES. Bellaire, O., announces a voluutary inM. F. Elkin bought of John M. Hill crease of 15 per cent. M. B. Bowden was elected president and Adam Pence a lot of extra good The Bmall'pox patient under quar- butcher stud at 31 and of W. M. Lackey of the Louisville Commercial Club. e is A peddler named Dennis was mur- antine at tho Winchester a small bunch of hogs at 4c. in the dead. Hia body was interred dered and robbed near Owensboro. A maro belonging to H. T. Martin, The city of Covington haabeen fined field near the house. The inmates of of Fulton, dropped twin colts. The the jail that were exposed to th disease strange part of it was that ono was a 54,000 for permitting defective sewers. Senate refused to are in a state of terror. The Tennessee horse colt and tho other a mule. Investigation is being made into the consider the bill calling a constitutional During tho past 15 years tho nun her death of Edward Irving Darling, tho of convention. horses in Australia has increased from James Winrow, of Chicago, was giv composer, who in ante mortem state- a few to over 1,000,000 and their present en two years in the penitentiary for ment declared ho had been slowly poirate of increase is 30,000 per annum. soned to death by hia wife, who, after beating his wife. Seo me before you soil your wool. Charles Kramer, a farmer near St. hia death, married tho docior. Highest cash price. In my absence Mr. resLee Gattis, colored, visited the Louis, plowed up a box containing $500 idence of Rev. Harrison Nutter, a color- Chris Gentry will wait on you. Room in gold and silver. More-lanBud King shot aud killed J. B. An-g- ed preacher, at Cynthlana, and made an over Menefee'a stable. William at Madison, Ind., in a quarrel over indecent proposal to his wife. Her re Lyon & Allen, of tho Went End, jection of tho advances of Gattis so enthe ownership of a dog. bought of W. II. Hudson, of Adair, 135 Ned Kose killed his brother Will in raged him that bo drew his knife and a quarrel on the Virginia side of tho stabbed her 12 times. She died within acres of knob land In that county at $1. They bought it for tho tan bark there three hours. Cumberland mountains. is on it. for the current The Treasury deficit MATRIMOrUALMATTERS. Farria A Whitley bought of Jim Alfiscal year yesterday passed the fifty milcattle at four cents, and Hale and wife were burned to len 13 Frank lion mark, being now 150,104,837. death at Midland, Mich., on tho night 28 from McCormick, also of Lincoln, The amount of money China will that averaged S00 pounds, at li centi. -have to borrow in Europe because of the following their marriage. W. Va., Advocate. William Batoman, a Wyoma, recent war will be $000,000,000. wife because she reLost. Red steer, dehorned and o desperado, Bhot his A mysterious, but fatal cattle give him money to buy whisky weighs about 800 pounds. Loft W. B is alarming the stock raisers in the fused to with. Hill's farm about Feb. 1st. Liberal reEastern Kentucky mountain section. Barney Kilburg and Mlsa Sallie ward for his return. T. W. Kinnoy, A voluntary 10 per cent, increase in Goepp, both Germans from tho Otten-hel- Junction City. wages was given tho employes of the soction, were married at Crab Or-- E. S. Muirsoldto L. V. Harktu-SDelaware iron works at Wilmington. chard yesterday. his fino farm of GOO acres, near Doner- Jack Smith, the leader of tho Bull Down in Georgia a father pursued nil at 5110 ner acre. This is one of Hill rioters during the Cripple Creek his daughter, who was eloping with h tho finest farniH In Fayette county, and Btrike, was killed while defying arrest. man. He was about to capturo is considered cheap. Convict? are being released from young girl, when the lover shot him dead, trotting bred horses from -Si- xty-one Spanish and Cuban prisons and enlisted tho and went on further and married her. tho Glenview Stud were sold in Louis against the revolutionists. as soldiers Miss Bigley, until a year ago a train- villo for $1G,G05, an average of $205. The Mrs. William Brown, who was suba Dubuque, Iowa, hospital, is to ject to fainting spoils, fell in the fire at ed nurse to Lord Arthur Hopburn at highest price was paid for Kingmaker by mprried be Guy WilkeB-$l,0- 50. Maysville and slowly roasted to death. Cal. The Lord is said to Jeeso Lynn took a card jad of hogB wages of Los Angelos, Carnegie has advanced the large estates in England and New to Cincinnati this week which ho 20,000 employes 10 per cent, to take own his He lnm?ht in this county at 3J to 4c. offect June 1. Tho advance is volun- Zealand. When John Wilson, of Portsmouth, found the market so dull that ho loft tary. marriage license ho Frederick Smythe, who O., applied for his them to bo sold later on. informed that ho would have to pay was defeated last November by John was Anderson & Spllman bought 120 temporary guardian to Goff, has been elected chief of Tammany a foe of $5 for a acrea of wheat Monday, GO acres from consent to the union as he was under 21. Yates Hudson, of Garrard, and 00 acres Hall. world's five mile bicycle record He thought over the matter and sensibly The from 'Squlro Ghas. Wood, of this county, was broken twice at San Franclco, being decided that rather than go to that ex at 50 cents. Advocate. roduced from 12m!nutes 10 seconds to pense he would wait a year or bo. Hornpipe, a 20 to 1 Bhot, won the 12.131-5- . Tho wooden wedding, tin wedding, Brooklyn Handicap In 2:11 J. Lazzar-onDwight Hitchcock, once a railroad crystal wedding, silver wedding, golden ridden by Isaac Murphy, was secpresident worth $300,000, died penniless wedding and diamond wedding have all ond and Sir,Walter, third. Ramapo, Dr. Fri- been knocked out. Mr. and Mra. Szath-marat the Cook county 111., Rico and Rey El Sauta Anita were tho day night. of Ziombolga, Hungary, have just favorites. Oorbett and Fitzsimmons may have celebrated tho hundredth anniveraary of Two hundred and ninety replies out their fight at Dallas, Texas, next Octo- their marriage. The bride is 110 years of 300 inquiries sent out to tho largest ber. Preparations to that end ore now of age and the groom one year older. peach growore in the section around being made. regarding tho prosMrs. Jane Bates died in the county Thero were 7,717 murders in thai Flomington, N. J., pects for this years' cropeubstantially reinfirmary at Urbana, O., aged 103 years. country last year and onlv 112 exocu- prospects for an immente She had been kept up by tho county for tiona. Ia it any wonder that there is a port that the contempt for law? -- Peoria Her- - yield aro good. Too cold snap was not nearly 50 years. growing felt there. W.H.Harvey, author of "Coin," aid. James Locker, Mrs. Cynthia Dailey Florence Nightingale ia celebrating and Prof. J. Lawrenco Laughlin have and MIbs Carrie Dailey of Buckeye, all agreed to settle the currency by a joint her 75th birthday in London. Half a at Lancascentury ago her voice wbb tho wonder of white people, aro uudernrrest Locker is debato in Chicago. ter, on a charge of adultery. Henry Eberharr, of South Bend, the world. and tho father of eight LewiB Long, of Logan county, is 85 over 50 years old Ind., was thrown .from his horse on a Mrs. Dailey is 35 and her barbed wire fence and sustained injuries years old, haB beon married live times, children. girl is 15 yeara of age. from which he diod, aud is tho father of 28 children. pest-housd. Toe idea of getting something "free" is very taking to the masses and that is why "freo silver" is so popular. A great miny people really believe that if a free coinage bill is passed money will come to them without effort and they will have it to throw to tho birds. Free silver, freo turnpike?, freo lunch and free whisky aouud mighty nico to the impecunious and unthinking, who would just ns qiickly vote for freo hotels and free railroads. To get something for nothingseems to be the great desideratum of a large majority of the human family. them. farmer of Knox county, was run over fering. and crushed by a freight train nt Corbln, so severoly that ho will die. Bids for the completion of the public building at Richmond have been ordered and It la hoped that it will be ready for occupancy this fall. Ladies' ribbed vests sc, ladies' shirt waists 50c, worth 75c, boys' Standard Oil magnates aro making a waists 15c, ladies' black and fancy hose 5c. Men's extra heavy sox tour of tho oil fidlda of Wayne county, laand it ia stld that these fields will soon Sc; children's shoes, black and tan, 25c; Children's Oxfords 25c; dies' Oxfords 50c become the property of the Standard. Tho county court of Russell desln s to apprentice two boya and two girls who are at tho poor house. The boys are 5 and 10 years of ago and the girls 3 years of ai?o. The Knights of Pythias of Danville are arranging tor a grand time of it July 1. They proposo to get up a big celebra- Worth $1.50; Misses Low Cut Shoes jai, S1.25, $2. Now is your tion and invite all the neighboring lodg chance to get a suit for your boys. Boys' knee pants suits 4 to 14 es to participate. yrs. 75c. Another big lot of T. M. Crutcher, of Ghent, thin State, is miffing. He wbb lata aeon in Cincin nftti drinking with a lot of friends and It is fenred that he has been foully dealt with. Hn is a brother of R. E. Crutcher, Just Received. the buggy man, who frtquently comes here. Everybody made happy. The bargains still continue. Brltton's distillery, capacity 21 bush els, burned near IJurgin, thought to be We arc opening cases of new goods every day. We arc right in the work of Incendiaries. Loss $0,000, Wc when vnil Clll on US this Week. rim cu'im ntul en WH vnn insured for $1,500. ofJauus llaun, a prominent young mention a few special things to give you some idea of what we arc it. Ladies' Dongo Congress Shoes $1.25, MEN'S CLOTHING f Our sale on men's clothing has been so large we wen: forced to replcn ish. so wc have them and they arc cheaper than ever. Our $5, $8 and $10 suits arc the biggest bargains fver offered in Stanford. Don't fail to sec our samples for SUITS MADE TO ORDER. Wc represent the well known houses of Fred Kaufman and Rcnach Ullman, Chicago. LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, Brsr A. URHANSKY &.CO., Proprietor, T; D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Jlen and Women i ARE YOU JUDGES OF GOODS? Do yon know a bargain when you sec it? Since the day Dry Goods were introduced in lieu of fig leaves there is nothing to compare with what wc are offering in prices and quality. Our summer weight woolens and wash goods both for ladies, men and boys is the largest, the most attractive and the cheapest ever offered. There has never been such artistic clothing for men offered and the choicest things in every department for the ladies. As to prices wc guacantcc every article to be oll 000-pou- As Low as the Lowest In any market. Wc have the best made, best fitting and best trim" med Clothing, both ready made and made to order ever offered in this city. All the nicely urcsseu men and ooys arc wearing them. Come and sec for yourself. Wc arc glad to announce that Miss Mary D. Smith will be with us again in a few days, and with our stock of dress goods and her talent added to the other fine dress makers in our city the ladies will be all right. Come and see us. dis-eas- f m HUGHES & TATE. St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making aud Repairing style. done in Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work e, poor-hou- se y, KR. E. E. KISLEY. EE EXPERIEECED PEWTER. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. H.e.RUPLEY,- - iPwtonlHltef la Kocoiving Hia SPRING AND SUMMER : GOODS. : : Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. j.' 1 i, t f rJttSsw- !., Jri!jK.&yv fleSs tt-9- IMMMtarikiLMtAiA.. jl1 fcttftLA Jps V T"" - m ' rn" tj .? p mi-Wel- A What Iruo friondshfp consists in tho toinpornmont of tic man MEXICAN'S STORY OF A FABULOUSLY Standard Rulo C. lr Urienoll. outol Parley, the br Caldwell't Par Rocord 2:10. who lias n. friend. It is reh.ted tlut at 11B5 rot, ll'laam it n find muleJAcIc, 4 yean old and Ky 17, U.v Stankouu. Will malco the caio i ol 185. RICH CAVERN. tho funeral of jr. X., who died extremeit an excellent breeder. He It 15 handt, gray in SIHED BY WALSINOHAM UlOO, site ofUt1ludea..9K and 7 or 8 other, in the Hit. color and It strictly a good one. Will alto aland ly poor, tho usually Squlro In connection damTin.el by Meji.DRer tliiroc io', ,onof Hambl,oolan and aire ol Elaine a:.o Titfhtfist was much affected. E. C. Business Manager Wlillo Driving- is Truui Through the Moun. Ihedamol Nprlame, xearilnc rtciirda "You thought n great deal of him. I nlmllpw tulinTliry Hhurlolairei llowell.Jr.br Hambletuiiaii ,n .1,. rf n...., , ..U. A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, i Cisso Pull of- oltl Mippose," some ono asked him. ,y llatir CUt 45. tire Lf ih,.dam c St. 3 dam J.sile Sare Clns-W- liy Jul.an a njf, Ilodlne 3 19U, Mood bay, 16 handt high and a tplendM IndividTh.y I), Not Tnko I'otte.- arid la more that have produced 7 w tn,lter; also "Thought n great deal of him? I tire of the dam of ual. They will each ttand at $7 to iDSUro. Wan'ed, to do r ing I'UIn i QV I r th rimi. Klrllnnrrr lir.nl iviln lh.. .. f... 1 IN P C. YY should think I did. There was n truo 4 dam U (.itmrnii prtferr d. Mis.hj. by Lib. ny, son ol Lance, by American Kclipse. S. M. OWENS. Stanford, J . LKAI, ma. Danville lid.gate, McrCInney, Ky. 9 If Ailftiu Fittdior of Sim Antonio, friend! Ho never nsked mo to lend him Walalncharo 1166, n cent, though I knew well enough ho .bed Harry Wilkct aire of Nabolh.it one of the younp-J- t torn of GeorKo WlcOT o. record a aa who Tex., mm with tlio miccw that ho , ,syt; Wilcox a 1 13H. Ouy Wllke. a xSH. Mike WllLe. otl era In a w IUIJ aUo n producing on ana 19 (.rodiicu g oatii;hler. in a projwt which ho now lnw on was starving to death." i.iNoiTK;T.'V',L'?,h i!8ba7. '6 handa Jnsh, loaled June it, 16U. Hit pedigree contalna the fjit he will ho rim of tho riohiwt moil Hut Didn't Cntrli Mini. ol Ilambletonian, Wllk.s, Mann nil Chief, I'ilotjr , and ll.rry Clay. in th vr.irh!. Sovcral months ngo ho "That old speckled hen of mine is tho Wi male the preient seanon at the farm of T. A. mvt. u aMiuricnu nnituM Antonio ilurti-ncCoulter, known at ill e Squire Murphy place, 3$ best egg producer I ever saw, but lateIiiHitre Xtviu $15 Successor to mllet f om Stanford oa the Hiittonville pike, 'i3il Mjjxlcnn hu.l jtwt arrh er.1 from ly we've been unable to get any from My fmo Saddle Sinlllon, Montoioy, and in a liut-h- t or confidonco bur nest it wtu, uhvnj-- empty." At $7 to Insure a Living1 Oolt. ho ninUtl n marvelous story of hidden "What was tho cnti.se'" tlenrv Watterton It a blood bay, ijj handt triuMiro to .Mr. ImscIrt. Martinpz is nt "Well, n few days ngo I saw n dog Mar jo. tSot leaving the nest with an egg in bis Will alH) make the preient eaon of iSj a. th l.w price of EIGHT DOM.AKS to tniure a living hich, foaledLebanon j6oa, he by Red Wilkea 1749 ojnployed on tho rtmt felted by COIt, lie It elCKHbth bred and s nr.- Inn i.ll.f f will ,l.n ...,. one ol the greatest living aires; has e forco. lllOlltll." a 30 perfoimert to hit credit, aS in t8ot, auch at "Ah, that was tho trouble she'd "About ton yonrs iiko," jahlMnrti-lun.- , Pritico Wllkeaai4;f, &e Henry Wattenioii 1 tat dam by IIuncoNo. ijSS;. "I miih a teiimfitcr in Mexico. On been laying for n sucker, as it were." record a 87; tired lluncr-- , Jr , pacer, public record On the follow iigtermt: I am lo hate therefutM of the this mmnoRililo trip wo wfto on our Atlanta Constitution. calt at your prl ce on seplember 1. 1806 de- - a 11. tluctlnj onefiith of the amount for teaton moniy, but il the price is not idtiafactory to me, I will general ttnek of TuJiliPR Mate. way bock from Cut oreo, nnd Into ono Henry Watteraou is perfectly sound and hat a I will cany take of the amount atkd lor the colt to pay for tbewaton Ilo Didn't Count. a smooth, frictionlctt ttotlibg calt, which carries rial and by selling ufinioon wo foiifid ourwoho.i ciiuikm him over the ground rapidly I,,v P Lady of the House Uridgct, didn't lie a grand indiol horae stock, I have '"5 J! V har.d t"nr,1,, "'f reduced tnaton fee r illildiHlC!JHTCUU OllO Of thoill(!lllli4.rflr.f vnti fail! itirt ttliki Individuality and breeoln, iniy itmJ lower th.r. any vidual. 1 will alto stand my fine black jack, ...... iiuiu ii.& ntheSute!. '" conJe"nK -- " - "v.t wu tumu i. v wiub vt-ai ,.. m.v. . r ... in uiiu exploring you would bavo no male friends comStable two miles Soulh of Huttonville, oil Moreland fc Carpenter'a Station pike. bo canyon for llrwvoojl, euiuo neross a ing around tho Will be enabled lo make Lower I'rlcri than hM bouse, and now 1 find a wuuld cull ever hern ollercd here (rcil II- - hirgo opening fn J. K. BAUGHMAN, Huatonvillo, Ky. JJ.o hm.o of tho almost man in the kitchen almost every tentlon lo Full ! handt high, 4 years old and has proved a cliff. Ilo entered tho ing. suto foai setter lie was Shed by V. L. Cald- niWiInpr nftd fouiid hiinsolf in n largo SI. AT Hrldget Shure, mum, thot nin't no Giant; out of a gojd dam. He will also well's. stand no nurritm iwcK to jmr cjimp male friend of moino at all he's my Mule ol Osk'l'ickett, the cheapen! and hut fence enveni. mid told ub of his dL5coery, niul atf tho husband. llrooklyn Life. in the mallei. X S. II. R. At $7 for Mares and $10 lor JenThit fine young jack will male the present u uigiiiH were verj- cool wo decided to at theold Levi Hubble farm, a place noti-- for ND STEEL ROOFING HKnd tho night there. IRON inumi.in. nets to Insure a Live Colt. yeara aa the home ol fine jacka. He it 4 )eart old Sl'fd by Stonewall lackton, Jr., Harrlt', by wrll built and """'"nn -- Spare diet, long low pilceol fine bone. will stand him at tha Stonewall Jackon by King 7a, by WathinRton Denmark 64 "Utqr iiuVrliiK tho cavo Ouo of Uio ,,Ut Mill work at City l'r)c. Log.c't ttdaui William 67 Rlind mi T. A. COULTER. nil meniberHof tho part v iironoAtl that wo )'n' ,d ,mvo bj Wah!nc'an benmnrk by Illack t,mw,tho,,t coln,nff to this expensive $5 to Insure a Colt 4 Months Old ly,Second dam bv .Miller's Drnmitlr. U IlermarL. l).nn..v ' indulge in a social game of cards. After by Imp. Iledgeford. playing an hour or inoro ono of tho V ?v"', Third dim brOnstit's Telegraph, by Telegrtph. v ljut Maret kept at rcaionantc ratet, ' by Hlll'aniackllawk.byShermai. the anmembers of our imrtv announce,! that -: RIS ?0P, ,uo -Fourth dam by Teller'a Drennon, by Drinker't JOSIAH "ne liu was uoinu to ox dor,, the cave. ?citself will ' " "?' ft" Itn wliicli of Drennon by Davy Crockett. Shelby City, Ky. iro a lonw miv Combined bay tUllion, 16 hands high; both hind Fifth dam by Oliver, thermighbred. lighted torch and M.irtod out to search toward reducing your weight. l'eekb-kianklet white. I.rpic la a very substantial Lone, beautiful red IliH largo ehamlrer. A moment later ho torrel with fine mane and tall, which he carries as Journal. BY ABDALL.AH MESSENGER near to perlection at a hortecan Hat a fine ftanticully eallwl to u that ono hide of ; driven nicely and for his handling ho u h I dim the William Lutk. saddle I'rnfpftxloii nml I'ntctlrr. Davy Ihoohambor was filled with cold and line actor. Rack, Trot, Walk, Ca tor and Slow Crocket, son of Uenov'i Drennon, mare, by Dren- by lu,p. "Do any of I'aco A few of hia coltt have come this Spring non au dam bv Hi?nlaniii.r women believe in hilver coin. and all have been found going the gaits with high Abdallah Mesienger, a re of English Hunter, is women?" shouted tho ear con"We dMpjtod our cards and rmherf to Will mako the season at mv place, by Messenger thief, sire of Maud unlet head and tail and of extra fine lire. You can tee from his pedigree that he is a very a 6'4, Jake a j and 7 other oetter thanMessenger where lie wasMmitHng, Hnd.Kure enuugh, ductor, putting his head in at the car East ol Stanford, at 1st high!) bred saddle horse, and one that will tire dam sutie by Sentinel a aojf in 187a, a 30. Von his hlateinoiit wan truo. Thure. piled up door. sire of lancy, tadcileri. Lcgic will rcake the Amia a ta!-- and 7 omen -j ik.n , , "Yes, we ilo," replietl a woman holdin groit eonlri to a height of ton feet, HO my to Volunteer. 3 Kitty Rivers. K. S15 To Insuro A Living Colt. seaon at and farm, 4 milet Irom Dantllle, on the full? brother Mcs"',Fer 'S'; dam Alexander's AbDanville Stanford turnpike, long and night fwt wide, was gold ing on ton strap. by ?Uui- feet i dallah. tire ot Oold.mith Maid a 14, and "Well, then, move forwnrd." s and mlver mojiey of Spiuiisli and Aluxi-caprepotent son of kyadyk'a Ilambletonian. the mca Pence hat proved hlmielf to bo a breeder of ATSIO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Statesman. 3 dam by Red Jacket, sire of tte dam or coinage. Wo were almost wild with w both style ami ipeed. His colts hate told Irom Wilkes a at, and ot the g d. of Red Wilkes, A lien retained en coltt until payment of ter- tho uxci lenient produced by our discov-erA .lliintl (Juration. lly Comet, a ton of Sherman Morgan, tire of Ver...For a.. tho pasture, without any training billt, at Sljo to vice. Locic is standing to lull the hard times See mont's Black Hawk, founder ol the Morgan but when homo one iroxel that Johnny Mamma, it uln't wicked thet e hard time. family, the greatest family of roadttets in the him before you bleed Pasture at per month. Refreshing- Bath, Hot or Gold, we reHtiiuu oir onnl playing and gamble when s'ou d things you can't help, S'io Maret taken care ol at $a per mouth, but not Grain fed at reasonable ntet, wMrhlamutl lm mill world. " . I... I will stand English Hunter the season of 1S05 for money ws nil agreed. is It? retpontible for accideutt. wiu.v iuuics aic ukcd away. A iljll-llalr Trtmor Clean Shtvt, ko ta at my stable 3 mi et from Shelby City, oa the "We g.uul led till longpuht midnight, A M. I'EN'CE, Stanford, Ky. His Mother I suppose not, Johnny. A. E. HUNDLEY, J Kuoo Lick aud Turnersville p.ke at OG to insure Danville, Ky a living colt. Mney due when colt is foaled or Oook fc Fnrmor'a Dnrbor Shop. nuil then lay ilown to gat a few hours' Why? mire parted w th. Hloop. Wo wero nil awako wxmi after Johnny 'Cause I can't help thinldn' I will alto ttand the excellent young rjk, daylight nnd tho lKut plan of nil the tlmo how I'd like to go to tho romwing tho treasure. Wo finally agreeil circus! Chicago Tribune. that wo all fcharo the tien.Mirn ivo years old, 16 hands high, with white points, Out of the Market. REGISTERED. etpially, and that each man Miould Ih Thlt combined ttallion will make the heavy bone good style and length. Sired Ouest Who Is this Miss IHghmind by the champion iack, Tom Keene, bt Kubc retent teaton of if 9$ at the farm of the late L. I). Only Dnect l.n.e allowel to carry nway nil lie could in thut nil the ladles BY SECOND JEWEL, 48. Garner, 3 miles from Crab Orchard, at he by Clark'a Mammoth, ho by aro so enthusiastic his pckoU, and that immediately after ........... .jn., um. iiC ty maringo .Mammoth Wight's Dam by old Stonewall Jackton. lorn over? I Keene's dani by Col. Eptom, he by Eptom's Monnviching Alonteri'y retnru to tho cavo nn whomnever before knew of a wom- - $5 to Insure a Colt 4 months old Ihla fancytiddle ttallion will the season every other woman stroke of 1895 at our siable Ji rmlo from Milledgille, tgomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black with conveyances to remove tho money. well of. Ilrignolia it a red bay ttallion, taddle and harnett Lincoln county. K v.. 0.1 lhn Minforri.l- Milu,ir.o. Sampson. Tom Keene's ad dam by Mogul, by "Thirt iniittorlmviiiglMvn agreed njt)ii pike. Owing to the scarcity ot money we Comproml.o, by Titpecanoe, by Black Hawk, by Host She is n vers Ino old lady, combined; i6 handj high; fine tlyle and actien ville Biauu mrn Shorten and ulcktt between Imp. Warrior. Gov. ot. John's dam Dolly Woods, win and hat fine a ane and tail He wat tired by c.'ich man his Tlio un now in her ninety-nintuylully a Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. year. X. Y. Frankfort, Goorfirotown und PiirlH, was shining Mrttengrr, he by Metiengcr Clnel. The above finely bred oung brightly, and it Hood of Weekly. Ilrlgnolia't Srtt dam by old Lexington, the fine At $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. linet trace twice to the great jack, whole blo.d Oarllslo, MuyHvillo, Cynthlium, Warrior family and light camo into tho cavern through tho raddle horse. to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the WarFalmouth and Oovluston. Money due when the colt comes or the mare it rior Umily, with an infu..on ol fresh imported I'nor Old Solomon, owning, lighting up tho interior. After Atk (or ticket via Kentucky Midland. Trains parted with. Mares grazed or fed at reasonable blood cloe up, hat ptoved a great breedir. Will run by Central Standard lima. 'They talk nbout the wlso men of WO bad filled our TXXfceta rn nturfr! tr prices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any ttand at JO to Iniure a living colt to approved Time TabU Dec. jo, i84.. leave tho cave, when hiitlilenly tho oin- - j oW ljut In im opinion, men nro n inarei and S10 for jenntts, without fine jounc Jack will serve a limited num- occur. This GiltEdgolsa bcautilul red sorrel, flaxy mane to sex ol progeny. I will alto stand distinction as ing peomed iocloe, nnd tho cavo lxxjamo p.ront J,clal wiser y thnn thev were? ber of mares at Six Dollars. and tail, 15 handij inches high; was foaled Sept. Season money due if marc it traded or parted Ko. 1. Ko 1 Ko. s N 7 TRAINS EAST. men." 6, 1886, and is a perfect taddle hone. with. W. S. GARNER, p. to. a. m. p. m intensely dark. a. n. SAM SMAUL, Gilt Edge was and took "What makes sou think that?" 1 30 Crab Orchard, Ky the sweepttake showed at a wear-olLv Frank loit A '3 "Suddenly thero npjwared just before MS 700 83a premium at Kirksvllle atid DanS jj a 40 " Klkkorn...... 11 4 4 "Well, a man has onls ono wife nt a ville and la hit own ring at Harn dtburg Thote At J4 to insure a living colt Sam Is said to be the " SUmplceU round yj 8 300 930 5 It us lui object flio blackness of which who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are best cotton mule jack in the country. " Oorgetoirnll 74; j 19 1000 Hi wiw o very great that wo could easily tlmo nowadays." Town Topics. cordially Invited to look at our horte and see him B. P. POWELL. C. S, Oi4ot . 7 SJ Arr. jo dlhtinguiHh its outlineo. It had tho 1 JJ move. Too Densn lor lllni. " I'arit.......C. .. t 30 4 30 00J i He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning of n monstrous mm of tho Stngo Villain Alia! The plot thick ham's lewel, he by eld Washington Drnraatk THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Har ttallion. 16 handt high; foaled In i!oo; goet incnt hidoous countenance. 1111 nrsinam .Minnie Dy McDonald's Ha corn. Uplifting ens. TRAINS WKST. Ko. a. Ko, 4. No. 9 Ko all the gain perfictly. tull brother to Sliver Second dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam by a. tu. p tu. a. m m ono of iu long arms, this object, in a Disgusted Auditor Then I'm offl rving anu tne great tnow mare, Allie G. Stonewall Jackton, lie by Washington Denmark, Lve Parii ....C.......M 9 45 tono of roico thatechiXHlthrongliont tlio Can't make head or tail of it now, and be by Illack Denmark, C. S. Depot--1- 0 6,1 i 30 'If i.'.blr.0n T,me FI"t dam Motile Mounlt he by Old Whip, secondhit first dam by Crusader, J7 dam a Kocky Mountain " Georirctown II 10 40 64J Hi 113a cave, warned us not to attempt to leave I'll never sec through it if it gets any by Cabbel t Lexington. mare. " Stamp's Ground 10 j.) 7 0J 017 Raco Record a:i9. Sire of Gilbert a a8tf. tho cavo with ono Kinglo coin thnt wo thicker. Pup.Ir Klkhoin .u li 7o 40 Winner of the . MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, and weeptUke prema 00 had discovered. ArrKraaVfurtA......u 3a 7 JJ 7J iums for standard-bre- d trotters at the Mllledgeville, Ky. " 'Put all of tho money back in tho World's Fair, 1S93 Brown ttallion, 15K handt high; foiled In 1893. w n j Nm. J.T.J MS, MCR. Sired by Wools' Eagle Bird. Ktrtt dam Moflie Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19. Leave Frankfort l.ioa.m arrive at Lancelot) Ilacw from which ycu took it,' said tho Mountz, aa above. Thit is as fine a hotse as you object 'If miy of yon ctuTy nway n 10:4s a m. Sire of 4a in 33011st. will find In Kentucky and goes all saddle gilts Leave Franklort 7 a m,;, arrive Cincinnati at pieco of gcod. tho money, you will leavo your 1st dam Maud, by Gair-r- d Chief, sireofBatil 10:101. m. Duke a a8 and Lady Vtitir. dam 01 five in a 30 Leave Frankfort a 130 p. m. ; arrive Cincinnati soul Iknliiiwl THE GREAT SHOW STALLION. ' litt ad dam Nellie. Uy ton of Billy Boyce a it. by & ojj p, m. "In great trembling wo returned Winner cl Jjoo ttale at LixinKton, won tecom' C01 beau. 3d dam by Iltlm Yorkshire; thorSUNDAY TRAINS. oughbred. money In $jro stake at Vrtalllrs, winner of ago over? oho of tho coins to tho pilo from I Wjr-Lea- ve Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrlvo make the seaton of 1805 at nambonlto84i9wilI Ky. premium and sweepstake at Pans also winner of Dark brown'Mallion, 15 hands high, sired by at Franklort 11:30 A. St. which they had been taken, other premiums In 1S93 since which time he hat Central Park, at the low price of Dare. Kirttdam Daisy, Sole F.at Letvri Franklort a:3 P. M j arrive t wo Kilently left tho cavo and and then "ailit prpneiort Dean's Illack Dlartvnd Hot Chesterand dam by Dick Elmore. by Wallace Denbettl in the stud. mark, Daisy has been Ktllma es fumitned for uiuin; resumed Georgetown j:s P M. oou E BIRD is brown, with a blue tie $25 to Insure a Living Colt. Leave Franklort a 30 p m ; arrive Cincinnati our journey. I matlo nolo of tho exnet irtal and linn hoofs iai f cnon Gu rant d old form. wlnctr In many rings in her 3 and 4 year EAGI stands over a bemtllul has a flowing small 16 hands, star, maue tools pjinted 6. j j p. m. Dean's Black Diriroou location of tho cavo nnd am ready to A" nt guaranteed for tlheart Dcaleri in be,t cii and The above stallions will make the season of 1895 Fagie a heavy tail. Gambonlta a loW. the r Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m ; arihe Frankfort An l i Bird wat sted by King Eaglo, winner of that great young at my Mabl t mile Irom Stanford on the Huttongo back and x)i'it it out to any ono who c, a IVnipt and Galtanind Iron fill rt. 11 no a. in. lre, Gambetta Willtit a 19, has n ore than 40 blue tits ville ike at been declared by the highest authority, ana after The Kentucky MldUnd Railway and connec- will go with me, but I will never enter it dam by Star Eagle, oest son ol Cabbell's Lex- - going tnrough the most trying iets, the finott tions form the thortt'tt and cheapen route to all the place again. specimen 01 staudatd bred points Ninth, Katt, Vortli and WV11 Colt. adinsiwi.by Hamlet Denmark, ton cf Washington anu hiosi periect llvet. Uambontto wears the g dam stallion that For further information apply to ihflr agent .Martinez gave Mr. Fischer tlio names ABDALLAH MAMBRINO, Denmark. seal as being the handsoacst trotting stallion CI). HEIICAW. Oen Patt. Agrut. Colts ttand good for season money. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, ton ol Miller's Den-- In the world, and a.I GEO. II IIARPKIt, Itec'r&Uvii Supt of other niombors of tlio party. who have Been the kingly .Mr. 3716. marie Mares from a distance kept at Jj per month, firm and Fischer was so much imptosscd with Eagle Bird will mike the season of 1835 at his lia- til.) equinelordly bearing of this proud monarch of Frankfort, Ky but not retpontible for accidents. world know how justly the mantle to Mreandgrandilieof j; in the litt Getcva S. ble to miles west ol Stanford, Stallions in charge of Hoy S Bcazley Am prethe Shelby long and o worthily worn by Mambrlno King betlio htory told him by tho Mexican thnt a ic'4 Ilcttie Joueta 19V5, Mattie H 7 City pit e. at the extremely low price of Soto pared to handle hum's al reasonable prices longs to this grand production of Kentucky he went to Monterey recently and call- 2 ao. Charletion a it, Wawonu a 19J4,ti)i, Wheeler Uambomtols ajet black stallion, Just F. a 18, ay JOE E. KARRIS .IF VOU ARE GOING., ed upon tho parties whoso names Marti- Sigma Nua o.: 1'ilephone a 15, Reward J a 10'i . 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, $1C to Insurea Living Colt. aud as an I7VJ. Elkin j h'J. wurthily wears the title, "the fintst bred nez had given him. They corroborated NORTH-WES- T, Money or cash ncte will be requited when a trolling stallion in tho world," at awarded him by BY ALMONT33. tlio story related by Martinoz in every the World s hair committee. He was awarded the hung colt Is ohulned. . TIIK. I dam Lyi', dim of Lady Majolica a 33. nai;le uird is one of the greatest show hortes in stand p.ize offered torsiandnni l.r.i i.,,n. r.... particular, imt 110110 or them could lx a dam Hapn. dam of Dollv. dam ol Cinnna Kentucky, at hit record in 1S3 will attest. As a yean old and over and also first prize for trotting prevailed upon to again enter tho cave. a at, Director a 17. tire of 13 In a 30, Onward a njj breeder of fine, good cole red, high styled ctlts ne stallions ol auy ago iu hardest, 'i but ho wat a tire .,hc.tw0 ll,0 'mpu'tant prizes offered at the is not surpassed. Tho most scnsiblo theory is that tho JohnofF 47 in a jo. Thorndalea 30 31.V4.1lre ol 7 in a 30, i'ayne, tire of 3 in Mares Irom a distance will be furnished grais World's Columbian txpotitlon. Thit fine imported Hackney stallion will make Mexicans actually did diMxiver tho fabHit colts are ijne, laige and stylish Their wrjy the season of His firtt colt. Gilbert a aSJ at 3 years old, won iSof at mv farm on ihe Crab Orchard after May tit at 1.50 per month and must be paid four out of five races in 1893 us at the remnval ct the mares. ulous amount of money in tho cave, aud ol going ntve. tails to win admiration and their He Stanford, known JiVe three miles Irom will serve mares as the Care will be taken to present accidents and es bleeds speed and individuality. It ycu want to M. Hiiil farm, and thnt they celebrated their good fortune gameners it icmiikable. with natural capes, but will not be responsible should any oc- raise the kind to sell, Garubonito Is the one to breed to. Call by drinking a largo amount of "mchcar' speed ami they improc very rapidly. cur. Parting At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Insurance with cr removal of mares forfeits the for themselves, and see his colts; they will spoak Louiavaic a NatHVHic fl. R. and other Moxioan liquor. When they I E. P. "WOODS. Money due wheu the.fact is ascertained or mare nwoko on tho following morning ufier 54. parted with. It the line for you, at its breathing tho foul itir of tho cavern and Connaucht ad i.i J is a fine individual and pot Will eru maret witii tho fumes of tho liquor still on fiiil. Washington at Sij to insure a mare with sesses the finest action ol any horte in the coun1014 Saddle Horte Register. it black, j'4 hands fitelv try. The Hackney is noied the couutry over for Mahogony bay, 15 thoir brain, one of tho befuddled men formed, haa a fine mane and tail, and it a nerfret style, action and enduianco. They have been bred bands, toundin escrypar Make close connectlona at ic lar. loaled slay, 1891. wvii a. a iwmrai sauuie norte. for these qualities for over too yeara. probably inngined that ho saw tho oireii nvKtii 55. Sired by Cromwell by Washington Denmark. 34, by SeconJ lewel 48, Connauglit ad was bred by James Coker of Goes all the by lewel Denmark 70, dam by Old John WashingLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI strango apparition. Ilo no doubt called Cromwell's by lla'com, ad damDillard Crutader, Beetli.y Hall. East Dereham. Norfolk Wattiud training trots gaits to perfection and without any 64, by Gaines' I), nuiark by Washington Denmark uuder a 40. Kilteeu and 61. by Deumaik V, S., by ton's c'airi by 3d by Victor of ileetley 1857. Dam Bonnie 1925, by tho attention of his stupefied compan- dam Imported Htdttord. hands high. by CocLinur. I consider th 1 one the fin unpolled For all points. Bv Surapter Denmark, Jr., he by Godda'd's ions to tlio specter, and tliey wero in no est horses In Kentucky and hia family ofon both Highflyer 1006. He wasIndiana, by A II. '1 it dam Diamond tu. a brown maro, 16 bands, of Crawfordtvllle, 1893. Juno 3 Denmark, he by Gaines THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLI). Cromwell's Denmark, by Nobby condition to dispute what ho baid w:us xdet hat producod the bctt saddle horses in the lestiuoniaU We think the llacknoy ciossed he by the ra horse Denmark, he by Imp.Hedge-for- Chief, sire 36 sireolNob'iy, a Jr., aij, by GarrarJ UAGOAGK CHECKED THROUGH of Batil Duke He has .8H, by Mambrino a produc- with Kentucky mares will make good sellers and at lxjforo them, and they all heard tho Mate. any of his proven himselfand good colls, Chler, and tne dams of tarabonito a er as tarn Ily. II j his For any information enquire of world (ood horses for the Kastern market. aotiie Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, he champion, and Lady Velser. dam of ioi, t dsir age, late taken moic premiums than any warning which ho repeated after tho I rs Thomas, Lexington; JOES. KICK. Aaant, ny Tcdhunter's Sir Wallace, te by Mr Al- bitter, ad dam O.d ulamond 513, by j.natoor horte In the Mite. It is not at all improbable, Len Stanford, Ky B. - Pbnolhto.v, Worfolk, Va. specter had said it. Z1 dam by Gatton't Laf.lyette. uiiii uiutuugi urcu, noixircam true, mat in a icw more years tne Call and nee thit eicellont ttallion 1 dam .. by Virglnius, dam of Virginlus by Tran- Thornton Star it the kind to breed to. You find At any rate, Mr. Fischer is confident monetary value ot his colta will be greater than LINCOLN CUUNTV HORSE CO.. by, thoroughbred; he by iuaton's wnip- - on hit site's aide he runs back to Imp. Iledgeford. Uy A. F. Moukkly, Stanford, Ky. that the cavo and tho money therein aro thnt ol any other stallion. siiuriiugnorcu. On Ms dam's side he has tho trolling crots of Nob3 dam. ..a Whip mate. ' no fictions, nnd ho is endeavoring to orby, by Mambrino Chier 11, and is the sire of two 1QUIQUE 10002. 3:30 irotteis ; besides Nobby Is sire of a great many ganize an exploring expedition to go $10 the Insurance. oTourbeti saddle honei, and sa registered saddle stallion and also Hotting stud. with him nnd Marlines in another S n of Clay 4779, son ol l'lectlonetr, sire of 119 GOURIER-JOURM- L DuiLond, the dam ot IhorntonStar, is 16 hands the search for tho treasure. St. Louis in Dam a list "d It ono 01 tha llncst marcs iu Kentucky hllie by Abdallah Mambrlno, sire of Lark Glolio- Democrat. one it a noted nhow mare with grtat ttyle and acthe br t and only mare that tut hve bull in tLo tion. Hit Morgan Demuark Is a bay stall.on, 13; hands a ao lul, laik produced Reward I. a to,, Tele Sixteen handt hih. Br Wa'hce Denmark 53, anybody's. and dam wat 16 handt and at fine as Is a ten page eight column democratic nowtnaper. a 15, Aitma Mil a 17!,, Miss Kachel j ao. high. He it splendidly bred as a glance at his See pedigree ol Wallace Pjnmark Thornton Star was exhibited last year nnone StrNs Nutlotml Imposition. 33, It contains tho lett of uverythliig going. HEN- a old at quite a number of Kentucky vtawoua J 19, wiikieinont a a8, Annie Carey pedigree will snow. lie will male the naim of . dam Mag 37, by Viditte, by Vindex, by Blood't fair and only met deieat once or twice, always IIY WATTERSON It the editor. Mr. R H 1S95 at my stable on Dan villi & Lancaster pike 1)4 United States a j6. At erage of live a j. Black hawk ho by Old Black Hawk. Vidette's being a rnt tiding honrjin the saddle stakes. Ilo milet north il Hubble, at consul nt Geneva, writes that tho Swiss first dam by Whip, ad djm Gallatin, 3d dam Old will, I think, Ibis coming season be the boss among PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. liger. index s it dam by Mambrlno Chief taddle stall out, and the hotte that beats him will national exposition, to lx) held at Geneva 11. id dam bv Old llav Mpiien7r$7 id .lam by make his owner proud ot Ihe job. He it fine in Tho WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL maket from May to Oct. 15, 18HU, will lxi Cannon's Whip, every particular, gcea all the gaits and can do evMietlanJ Pony, inches high. very liberal termt to agent , and civet I tee ery thing right to a lettei, as It should be Will for clubs. Sample copica of the paper and purels a domestic nfTuir, no foreign exCare taken to prevent accidents but retpontible a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by serve a lin ltcd number of mares At S15 To InSir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thorfour page Premium Supplement tent free to any hibits to Iw mado, rhus correcting preshould any occur. Lieu retained on colts lot ea, sure, or $10 cash time of service. oughbred address. Write to son money. Mares tiaded bclore fact is ascertained vious innceurnio announcements of its Note If mares bred and in foal should change Maple Park Kindergarten. makes sason money due. 3 dam by Virglnius, he by Maton'a Whip, hands, money due at that time. Mares kept at scopo and the period in which it will bo L Morizan Denmark wat fo.dl.-- in i8&v tin i ThoCOUniER-JOURNACO. reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents On Time, ton ol Stonewall Jackson mile covered track. Seventr-fts- e hold. New York Herald. isl dam Lady 4 dam a Whip man. should any occur, 9 Urge boxstalls, Annual Morcau. cold-bloode- InieriohJdurnal TALKOFATIIEASUJIE A Morlrl Trlcnrl. WABOl'iet l(0)(Q)l(Bo ii. BL.L.A.aA.11: I ' fl d - 1 Ilriiri.l - ox-Ltv- ta A. O. Sine, e z. At '. .. Henry Watterson 1 lo n Coll. ' s roM-n- t commi.s-wionor- 's WILLIAM I L., eighry-thre- SI2C OR 7 C3-OOI- D JACKS, im-atl- y j ?5 1 one-fift- TOR CASH ONXST, n. I -,- .- - mu.-i- v, I J7 "" 11 H ' Logan, WIRICnml FENCE ! LOGIC 917. 1 - spa-o- X 0 h 'i, """B1 ti ;& I I ..I.tr J.;orget Prc. English :- Hunter. 11 ll u PENCE MHit l llet-vre- nHA i, -- high-taile- d ,- n Yon-kcr- -- Ken-ttick- y j, lam-il- y " d dix-ii'Mc- Ky. Midland R'y, BRIGNOLIA. tpi-nd- id GILT EDGE 261. - GOVEKNOlt ST. JOHN, I- - , Ciiicliiuall mid Franlcforl la-ide- ixx-'ket- h Ab-dall-ah - CLINTON, JR. -- to-dn- d T ROYAL KING. p Gambonito 3110. 1 Eaglet. JONES BRO? Stanford, 1 EAGLE BIRD! Tin Sheet Iron Works, V, Chester Denmark. 1 11 han-lim- M-- 67-1- $10 to Insure a Live I I '( ttot-tin- olll-ci- horte-inauthi- p. Gonnaught 2d 3512 wiu-?.- er wondi-rfu- l WASHINGTON 1 THOMTON STAR. J Double Daily Trains Wallace Denmark, thtee-qu.nc- rs liomp-ton- , d. ig D- - Roir-er- t. t''tl I 11 THE WEEKLY 311 Morgan Denmark. - LEJ1!!JL SiBS, 'I .. .IW aj-yc- Rid-relr- KV1 1 TWINER. forty-on- e 1 to Insure a Living Colt 1 - pre-min- 's d. One-elsht- h LOUISVILLE, The KY. Somi - Weolcly Interior Journal, And The Weekly Courier-Journ- al Will be sent one year to any address for 3)2 7D. W.P.WALTON, d for Central America in diplomatic affairs, teems to belio his name, as ho is moro than a match for tlio American minister, and as a marplot is too much cf a success. Philadelphia Press. Ilo I'vlli'g Ilia Nitiiin. Alinistor Ucwliiifj, tlio British resident Combination Salet. Thrct Five minutes walk from the depot. bundled fo, speed, brol.cn to saddle aad Horses harrr , prepared for sale and sold on commis- - UOII. Jersey Cattle, Shetland Funic. Imp registered Berkshire E. P. Hogs, Shropshire fchecp. Correspondence tollciled. Danville, Boyle County, Ky. FAULCONER. bv Stonewall lackson. and iljm liv Vli. gituus, 3rd dam by Matchless, 4th by Transby. M rjfaii Deumaik It oneot the best btfd saddle stallions in Kenluct). Has good n ane and tail Stock committed to my care and breeding will and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fail to tee him. pcrionai atlentl 11. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be p, Id before removal of S. DUNUAK, Hubble Ky. 17 stock. No responsibility lor accidents or etc pes Ta'tinj with stock fotleits mtuiance. I will LI r PQ forca-horl- take all the hides I can get Red PI31 for sale. 11 ILJUO. trade tor leather on court data at Staniord oral my home in Otten-helJ. STEELE CARPENTER, Chat. Enualm. Huttonville, Ky. $10 the Insurance. WM.M, RUE, Danville. n o ' ' ' m WatttttMsjMBMMLWPtWp ,UA i.i"".'&S: mSmmbmAwh w i .' . T JyV ' C- $'. M TSfxzmr ?...'. ?,"?'ri ' "W" '''"'J " r!T rK IJJ.I r "" LJAJi, j$ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KATE GAKDNER'S May 17, 1895 flAT. Indl- - Stanford, Kr., - Proeont Modos Enoouragro viduality in Dross. W. P. WALTON. rSF The Extremely Vfldo Skirt la Not IisvTlna; Thlnrs AM lt Own Wr Etpenslre . Dress rubrics The Proper Parasol for Summer. In Poor means so much more than you imagine serious and lata! diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health. Thcro Is n certain amount of beauty, and reasonableness too, in tho present modes when a costumo Is taken as a whole; althongh its various parts, considered separately, would not, I fear, deserve such praise. Tho enormous ruches round every neck aro in reason- - Special Chloaco Letter.! Health Brown's If yon are feeling out of sorts, weak and generally Iron IB 4 uiuens 1 A A 1 1 uvn't ttai nour tttth, and it's pleasant to take. medlclne.vthlchis Brown's Iron Hitters. A few bottles cure benefit comes from the tery first dose it nervous, have no appetite and can't work, begin at oncetak-ta- g the most reliable strengthening I'Constipation, Bad Blood Neuralgia, a ' ' f Dyspepsia, Malaria, Get It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles, ' ' lines on the wrapper. All others are sub- -' stltutcs. On receipt of tuojc. stamps ue ' will send set of Ton Beautiful World's Fair Views and book free. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. Nervous ailments Women's complaints. only tre genuine It has crossed red lAwA W piMi w w wwAwA AttorneytatLaw, Stanford, - - Kentucky. m Wallao S. Varnon, Will ac. as Executor,Admlnistrator and Assign Special attention c ates, at Attorney and slants' Lands. Office on Lancaster office, 'glento Settle Sale St overSupt-.W. oents of Eland Division of F. McCla-ry"s oo avast '1 VJV? wide, crkpox eow. able proportion when considered in connection with the extreme width of tho new skirts, and in combination with tho latter the balloon sleeves do not look tho monstrosities they really arc. Thero is another plcasinp featuro in tho fashions of tho hour, and one, I nm sure, which will recommend itself. They can bo altered and modified by the skillful and artistic dressmaker so as to suit each individual stylo and figure. That this commendable feature is not taken advantago of at present can be noticed in any assemblage of fashionably dressed women. And right hero I am led to remark what a pity it is that moro women, and especially those with both time and money at command, do not study themselves carefully and suit their gowns to their own peculiar style. Then wo would not boo tho fat sister and the slender one wearing sleeves cut from the same pattern, nor the little woman and tho largo one dressed precisely alike, tho only variation perhaps being in tho mere matter of color. Dressmakers who have Just returned from Paris loaded down with novelties for a largo and exclusive clientage inform mo that all skirts seen there are most said necessity, and just as tho economical little woman was on tho verge of despair somo genius as thoughtful as ho was enterprising put on the market a rather economical material for swelling sleeves and extending skirts which, many modistes claim, will "Why do you tell mo such awful keep its normal position under the most crushing circumstances. If all that is stories? They make my hair stand on claimed for this fabric is truo woman- - end!" "Tliat's whv, slrl makes It easier to cut." Pall Mall Hudget. Swift Katrlbutlnn. Indeed, so far is this crar.o for crinkled effects carried, that merchants havo great dlillculty in supplying tho demand, even at what seems nn exorbitant figure, for you must understand that a good piece of silk crcpon cannot bo bought under less than live dollars per yard. Ulnclc seems to bo favored above any color, although I havo seen somo lovely gowns made up in tho new shado of green, and also in various blues and grays. I have in mind, moro particularly, a dainty frock In an exquisite fihtulo of tan, with trimmings of velvet, golden brown in color, the overhanging vest in palo yellow chiffon, beautifully spangled. Next in popularity to crcpon aro tho soft, pretty taffetas. These silks make a most stylish gown, and a very Inexpensive ono too when their wearing qualities arc taken Into consideration. Tho prettiest of theso silks by all otitis como in anenttrel3' new coloring called Madagascar. This new tint is a unique reddish that shades into a lovely deep brown. Somo havo perfectly plain grounds whilo others havo deli cately tinted chine blossoms showing amid narrow black stripes. One of tho daintiest gowns I havo seeu this season is shown in the picture. It Is of deep blue taffeta with china flowers of palo pink trailing over Its surface. Tho skirt is very wide, made without stiffening and given a lining throughout of coral pink taffeta. The waist has a front of chiffon, and Is shirred In tucks at the upper portion over a lining of pink satin. A chic finish Is given to this bodico bj a ltttlo jacket arrangement of applique fastened with an Immense bow of satin ribbon. I might remark, en passant, that tho ribbon bow placed on the front of the corsage Is very up to date, and nil the new gowns, whether they hall from London, llerlin or Taris, boast them. Haircloth at a dollar or more a yard makes quite nn interesting item In our dressmakers bill this season. The price of this mnterial seems to have Increased with its popularity, I had al- Mr. Slimpurso (edging off) Very sorry, madnm, but I don't smoko. Mrs. Oetthere Oh, butyou can learn, you know. Mr. Slimpurso Tobncco does not ngreo with me. I would have no earthly uso for a pipe. Mrs. Getthcro (struck with a bright Idea) Well, thcro Isn't tho slightest probability of your drawing It, you know. N. V. Weekly. A Well Known Man. No Escp Gctthere (enthusiastic worker at church fair) Now, Mr. Sllmpurso, you really must tako a chnnce in this beautiful pipe; you really must. Ju it think, tho plpo Is worth twenty and tho chances aro only ono dollar cncli. Mrs. dol-lnr- s, WORYlfl 60ArV csW- THE PROOTCn & It FLOATS W Ail ---" at FORTY MILLION CAKES YEAKLT. CAMOIE CO, CtrTTl. THE Hko these poems published In book form," said a seedy-lookin- g "I would man to a New York publisher. "I will look them over, but I can tell you now I onlj' publish tho books of literary men whose names aro well known." "Then j'ou will publish my poems, for my name Is known wherever tho English tongue Is spoken." "Ah, indeed; what is your name?" "John Smith." Texas Slf tings. In Donbt. Tho lady from Chicago I.et fall a pearly tear. "I wonder what man's wlfo I'll bo," Sho softly sighed, Queen &Crescent of superbly appointed reaches the principal chics of the South with a sen-icthrough trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harrinian, Chattanooga, Attalln, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs and Aslicvillc; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe and ShrcvcporU Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Prancisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, 4waWJP aft via New Orleans or via Shrcvcport. .' Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Prcc Parlor Cjtfcij fjfflT 2fir with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lcxiugtou to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. O. Rlncarson, 'Ghu.W.ZeU, 0. V. A., Cincinnati, 0. Wr. Ju'r Agt., Cincinnati- - 0. P r e i I A 1.AIIOII-- S Judge. IVJNU aeiiKME. ,netyeaJ', iV one-tlih- tl Tin Qupn A Crepcont KohIm will "ell tickets to Latonis nnd return at one Mid fsrn Irom nil stations in Kentucky The races will be held this year from Mity L'3.l to June L'lVli. Ask (or pnrticulArfl. W. 0. Hinesmon, A., Cincinnati. 0 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF. STANFORD. KY. r v agents C5 P. Capital Stock Surplus - 8200,000 21,300 l'leadlns; nt the liar. Streeter Old Crlinvmltealt used to bo a good pleader at tho bar. Meeter Ho is yet. I heard him talk a barkeeper out of a drink thb morning. Philadelphia Inquirer. Kzperlmentla Doeet. This Is a good motto. Not learned In a school "Take time by tho forelock," And also tbo mulel AtUnta Constitution. PAID TO KKUP IT QUIET. tial nectar!" light. The sultan pledged his wine. "Ily Allah! Tls a foretaste of eclcs- - The vizier held his glass up to tho Attention of the public is invited to the far that this is the only National flank in Stanford Undtr the provisions of Ih Nsiiosa) Hank art secured not only by the capital nock, but bv the stockholders liability lor as amount equal to the stock, so that depositors c4 this institution ?s stcursd by a fund of 400,000. fivt sworn statements of tht condition of the baa k are made each yearto the United States govsra-msand Its assets are esamins d at stated limes by government agents, thus securing addilitos sod perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally eitabllshsd as tk Deposit Hank of Stanford In iljl, then usd ss the National Hank ol Stanford in iSoj and again reorganised as the First National Baak oi Stanford in iSIt, tas had practically an is years. Ills better supplied now with lacllitiea for trsntacUng business prompt ty and liberally than ever before is its long aad honorable career. Accounts of corporations, Ada. ciancs, arms and Individuals respectfully solio nt Ho smacked his lips "Most sublime porto!" An instant later lie was led away for the bowstring and the sack. N. Y. World. (seasonable l'recaotlon. "By the way, Uncle Cyrus," said the hostess, pouring tho tea, "when you were in Italy did you ever see the natives making macaroni?" "Often," replied Uncle Cyrus. "James," whispered the lady, "I SOME OF THE SEW XM.IU.SOLS. think you'd better not help Uncle Cykind will rise up and call the inventor rus to any macaroni." Chicago Tribune blessed. The lawn collars and cuffs, tucked, After Dinner Speech. trimmed with laco and elaborated with Master of the House (on his fiftieth fanciful stitclilng, are the Idols of the birthday, hb guests) and hour. A half dozen sets arc none too gentlemen,tothis day fifty Ladies ago, years If ono wants to appear many to buy when 1 first saw the light of thb with them always fresh and clean. world urn, um I did not for a moI must not forget to mention the ment nntlclpnto er anticipate that I dainty collars of ribbon and the lace should see bo numerous nud um so fronts that will bo worn with our new a company spring frocks and will also freshen and distinguishedDeuLsche Warte. gathered around me. rejuvenate old gowns that havo been worn all winter, giving them quite a The Worst of It. springlike air. "Matrimony Is a game of cards, with Moiro, chiffon, lace and taffeta are the chances all one t ay," sho observed, the fabrics of new parasols. The after deep thought. gracefully arched frames of last ycai "Yes?" reappear and tho sticks aro of natural "Yes. A woman has a heart, and a wood or white enamel and are finished man takes it with a diamond, and after with carved Ivory or Dresden balls or that her hand is his, and, besides, ho elbo with large bronze knobs. Like In can beat her with a club." Detroit days of dear grandmamma, they are Tribune. gathered together by a ring instead of Acquired Dainbnrs. being allowed to hang looso or held in Jaggs Is Illobbs dumb in hb own place by a bit of ribbon, as was the stylo last season. Elaborate parasols house? Lagg Practically ho. for carriage use aro of white chiffon In Jaggs What's tho matter? many soft pulls and ruffles, with white Laggs He promised his w Ife he would enameled sticksand a thin silken lining of palo yellow, soft pink or other be- always lbten when she talked. Detroit coming color. ISIack lace covers aro Free Press. again fashionable, and the fancy of the Limited. moment is to mount them on black or Patient (about to havo hb log recolored chiffon, tho latter forming n moved, cheerfully) Well, doctor, I'm pull and full double rulflo below the afraid that I wont be abte to go to any scalloped odgo of tho lace. moro dances. parasols aro among the novDr. Knifer No. After thb you'll elties. With a plaid costume they nrc havo to confine yourhclf to hopi. N. Y. very fetching, but ladies of quiet taste World. prefer for the promenade one of the The Volo of Triumph. plain but elegant taffeta parasols, Mrs. Kidby Oil, John dear, don't designs or in either in small very narrow stripes of two colors. A you hear? How delightfully the baby rosette of laco or chiffon or a small crows? Kidby Crows? bunch of flowers decorates ttie top Ilnmph! I'd crow of almost every parasol, and quite as myself if I were bons of tho house! , often as not the handle Is ornamented Harper's llozar. in a similar manner. Kate Gahdnku. Oayly-plalded all-ov- "It is indeed" Music Pubusueiis. Oood-BySong and chorus for soprano or tenor, by Ciias. H.Gabriel. A splendid song for home or concert. Price 85 cents. Bonnie Bessie Lee is nnother splendid song and chorus about lovers and the sea, by Wm.J. KmnrATKicK. Price 80 cents. Those amio are looking for good songs will find them in these. For anything in the music line write us. FILLMORE BROS., e. hi w. cth St., Cincinnati, a mrcAVfc Al 0, 1 HAUL CAN I OlsTAIN A PATENT For a prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to M Uti N 6V CO., who nave bad nearly fifty years' experience In the patent business. Communications strictly confldentlsl. A Handbook of In. formation concerning- - Pn tents and bow to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue Of mcchaa-le- al and scientific books sent free. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive special notice In tho MclentlflcAmerlrnn, and thus aro brought widely before the publlcwltb-ou- t cost to the Inventor. This splendid paper. Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far tho Unrest circulation of any scientific work In tho world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly. IMOa year. Blngle copies, 'J !i cents. Kvery number contains beautiful plates. In colors, and Photographs of new bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts. Address MUNN CO- W COPYRIGHTS. MARKSjV them alike or stiffen them alike. The whole matter of skirts Is, after all, one of individual taste and income. There will bo quito as many bklrts worn measuring only five yards at the hem as there will bo of thoso that flare to eight or ten yards, and thoso worn last year will not be too for this season's uso. I am assured on the highest authority that no stiffening will bo used in the skirta of summer gowns. They are cut close fitting about tho hips and fall in delightfully soft folds in tho back from waist to hem. Now that winter wraps aro a thing of the past, numerous jaunty and chic tailor-mad- e gowns havo put in an appearance, I saw a handsome young woman exploiting tho charms of such a gown this morning on Stato street, and I followed her quito two blocks in order to note every detail of her frock. Tho coat and skirt were of Venetian clloth, green in color bnt very subdued in tone. The very short coat with godets In tho back opened over a front but that no two houses design of this Bsnk is composed el Forettus Head, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincolo; J, II. Colhei, Lincoln; J, W. Hiyden, Stanford; S. II. IlaughmanJ Lincoln; J. S. Mocker, Stanford;' W. A. Trlbbl. Stafford; SI. D, Elnsore, Stanford; T. P. IIUI, Hiaaford; K. L. Tanner.IMcKionev; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.Ky J. 8. 1 locker, President; J no, J. McKobeiU, Cashier; A. A. McKlnoey, Astt. Cashier led. The Directory r Farmers BankATrnst Co "I have heard some rather scandalous stories about old Deacon Goodman. It is said that ho has been paying a certain woman for wsveral hush-mone- y Ui Or STANFORD, KY rfullyiorgaoittdjand ready for business wit Paid up Capital of furplus, . 9200,000. 20000. months." "Great Scott! Who b fche?" "The girl that nurses hb baby." Judge. Did Not Know Much. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANTORD, sami asssUand uodai she same manaeement. chatter, depositors art as fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually Usole to the esicnt ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value theii-o- l, in addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may act as eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who cntmited their bulsiness to as while mnaging the Lincoln Nation.l Hank ol Stanlord, we w here lender our many thanks and trust they will conUnue to transsct their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt ansa lion to same, our twenty years' espcrteace la banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking, By provisions of its coa-siste- nt Now closing up) with th Maud Sibyl tells all sho knows. b tho sort of girl Uiat Marie Yes. And yet sho isnt very talkative. N. Y. World. True to Ills Trade. Tho Mother Yes, onr baby weighed twelve pounds when it was born. Tho Retired Butcher (deeply Interested) Without the bones? Life, fjpttefuL t DIRSCTORS: "What makes you think slvo 1ms such good taste in artistic matters?" snld ono J J. Williams, ML Vernon; . II. Shanks, btanford; girL J.S. Owsley, SUnford; "Sho lias given up trying to draw," S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; said tho other. Washington Star. - NKW YOKK, 301 BUOADWAT. NORFOLK AND The Oenulne Article. Fntlier Boy or girl? Nurso GirL Father Hurrah for the new iromar.1 DcLrolt Freo Press. It's Dlfrrrrat Now. "I'll load the danoc," ho sold to hor. Her checks cruw rwl, hor eyes erow dim They're married now, and all la cbaagAd, And quite a danco she's loading him. Srroouao Pee. r. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord ; A, VV. Carpenter, Mlllcdgeville, W. II, Cummins, Prcacherst He S, II. Sbanks, President, Or. J. B. Owsley, Caihier, J. W.M.Uright.Teler HARPClV8IPeMQ0i0Af.S. Harper's Harper's Harper's Haipcr's Maganne, One.Year Weekly, ' .... ' Ilarar, Young People .... J. II. Owsley, Stanford; WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO ..4 .m. 4 4 .... ..... co 00 00 Dehorn 7our Cattle. I will co to any place where there sre six or more cattle to cehorn. I do the work with the Lightnirg- - Dihoruer, Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dconot crush nor break the horn, as the clipper dors. It Is the only humane way to dehorn Does not punish the anlnul like tho saw, and the wound Kcts well ss quick aj(in as that made by the saw. For (urt our information, call on O. A. PEYTON, Stanford, sty. See the Lightn'ng I'runing Hook. lot. 4 CO IXVJHilD PTf'TriF'PQ Postage Iree to ail subscribers in the United States , Canada and Mesico. Address IlAItPEIt AHROlIIgRS, o 959, N. Y. City. 'O ALL POINTS: 8ILK TAPFKTA 0O6TUMK. crcara-tlnted tucked lawn, and had of a broad collar faced with white cloth bordered with Persian embroidery. Tho skirt, which was very fully gored, thowed strappings of whito cloth veiled under embroidery, and tho docp, whito cloth cuffs turned bock on the sleeves were given n similar flnlsli, whilo round tho neck was a ruche of TEXAS, palo pink roaes tied with brood satin ribbon. It was a beautiful gown beaunm,vm-m,vmtifully worn, and, although imported, it would not bo hnrd to copy. Other FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS gowns I havo soen pretty tallor-madAND EMIGRANT TICKETS. this season aro In plain tweed, mostly THE BEST ROUTE TO THE in gray or blue, with full skirts, of course, and tho new basqned bodice cut very short and mado to set outward. 'ILLMAN VESTI1ULED COACHES, This latter, by the way, is a very smart " SLEEPIMflAND DININB CHH8 little garment when buttoned, and with very largo Dresden SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE china buttons. Dut it must bo well WRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI cut, and and only adopted CHCAPCST, BEST ANO QUICKEST LINE. by tho woman of slim and trim out DescrlpUl lines. Wrlto for Rates, Mans, Tho most popular dress material so Ismphleu, to any Station Agent, Or to m. r. "ago. w. a. atviLt, alien huh, TreTtllag rase, la) far this season, and ono I havo menft. in a former letter, is crcpon. coLiasrs,a boasoi.ta. tioned oisoccva. OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, o NORTH AND EAST. doublo-brcostc- d, well-fittin- g, Time-Table- t, Wirfrist. lt.P-fri- Jinks I despise a man who Is mean Is now n full operation, and invites the atttntlcn its maternal, with hb wife. Do you givo yours an ol the builders of Lincoln county toprices. Note suptrioi workmanship and low allowance, or what she can whecdlo New Automatic Air Urake. An English Inventor by tho name of out of you? SOME OUR PRICCSt Filkins Both. Tidbits. Roberts has Invented an automatic air Perfectly clear poplaror yellnw pin flooring at brake in which tho weight of tho train Jspci hundred. As low as Ji 50 per hundred. Fraternal Strife. Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at supplies tho power to set tho brakes. Mother (looking into room) What's 1 .Co per hundred. As low as Si 30 per hundred. Allpatteros and thicknesses oi CeilinK In yellow Example for the United States. Franklo crying for? ine. poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as I1.35 per In Albania tho men wear petticoats undred. Doublo dressed lumber as low u ( m. Willy Ho's crying for my cake. hundred. Deautilul Yellow nine lnmk and tho women trousers. Tho women Mother The llttlo pig! Wliat did ho quarter oak, Ac. Save money byfinishing us you. giving do all tho work and their husbands at- do with tho ono I gave him? orders. T E LANCASTER PLANING MILL, tend to tho heavy standing around. Willy Oh, I ate his up first! Puck. l'sifmrnt In Iiulon. Tho new tower bridge Is pavod with the wood of the eucalyptus tree from Australia. TImj blocks aro about tho sizo of building bricks and their top surface has beveled edges, thus affording horses a foothold. They are fastened together by pegs put through them and fitted into corresponding holes in the adjoining blocks. This wood is a dark mahogany oolor, is very expensive, but )icavy and durable. It was laid according to tho Duffy patent system with special machinery. Wood Is replacing stono pavement In many of tho London streets, but In them it .is laid in a simpler and less costly manner. Wood Ttwmzhtlrttily Franks. Portland. severely. "I will," ho roplkxl with feeling, "nn-les- s I manage to hold better hands than 1 got last night," Washington Star. Logical tommy. out again tonight," remarked Sportington's wile, bo "I suppose yon will ...To the., San Francisco. NODHirffilWEST ,.Vu 'I he., u I Mothei' If you aro not good, Tommy, papa wont kiss you any moro. Tommy Yes, papa will kiw mo If I'm not good. You bald tlio cook was no good ami papa kLsod her when you were away yesterday. Texas Slftings. Did Ills Full Duty. to ths crnzxxrs Of Lincoln County. e The New i flliOUISVUIt MtWiiaAIITgCHiCiCaBffry Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Only Vlnlog Cat Route From I.OXJISVXX.X.X Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. Fnr man n. a... u .uiuiuiuuon, auurcis FRANK J. REID, f E. H. HACO.V, u. r. Agent, Chicsgo. (. Louisville. TO CHICAGO. !... .., OF 1 ' Denver. "MONON" Route. He SURE to csll for St. Paul. ,v Lancaster. .J III ' , jjSiimM,,. U. - ''- sw,WfiiS!P '' '''"H nimiiimu Sumi-Week- ly InteriorJdurhal . .May 17, 1085 Ohina at Danks', Dunks'. Buy your clothing lovv Snow fell in a w.irtt eete, numbr of placed in children. I1lt buckles, etc, nt Stakfokd. Ky., - Kentucky, Wednesday, The nearest approach to it hero was a pretty fletcu bail Btorm for a few moments. stylts, E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Miu Nascy Uauuiiman Is qultu flick. Mir. J. II. Uauohman is buck from n visit to Louisville. Miu. J. L. Oiiady, of Tenneseeo, Is visitliiK Mrs. E. P. Woods. Mirs. W. J. Si'ahks, of Mt. Vwrnon, spent a day or two with f rioinls hero. Mm. Lydia Caiiiuco, of IxjulHville, Ib visiting her fnthir, Mr. F. 0. Brady. Mn. Joe Comer Ib daiiKerouBly ill nt Livingston of onliUKomut of the liver. Mb. and Mas. Mark IIahdin aro hii(ihIIii n wonk or so t Grab Orcliard Oait. U. F. Koiison, of Rockcastle, Iihh beon visiting his relative, Mrs. M. F. Mn. V.Caiiholu8iiank8 for Mr. Will MorclanJ in his wool Is book-keepin- El-ki- n. g trade. Miu Joseph P. Bititon, of Montgomery, Ala., is visiting his father, Mr. William Burton. Pnor, ani Mas. M. 0. Tiiombon, of tho Hustonyllle College, woro hero Tuesday shopping. Miu. T. M. Pjcnninoton and Mrs. P. K. Kemp, of Middleaboro, nro guests of Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. Mim. Wm. Antra and son Itich.ird, of Pineville, are heru to Ntteud tho funeral of Mrs. McKinney. Dn. A. S. Phick mid John S. Wells It ft on yesterday's train for an unknown point on a mysterious mission. Mrs S. P. Staoo, MIbh Alice Holmes and K. T. Penco attended tho district confurencn at Lancaster this week. not ok Schools. fho prices and good quality is caring to contest for tho superintendwhat you get there. ent's place, Judge Davison linn, wo learn, Sale. Mrs. lillz.i Porttnan and Mrs. tendered the position to Miss Kate Lizzie McAUBter have bought Oapt. Blnin. As this worthy young lady holds certificate and has taken Tiiomas Richards' property on Lower a Main for fU.COO and will move to it next much interest in educational matters, there is no doubt about her passing tho weok. requisite examination. MoNBTiioaiTV. J. 0. Hays, of tho East End, had a chicken to hatch ii few days Tuiinovkuto tub Ladiks. Tuesday ago with three leg?. On one foot thoro next, May 21, A. B. Robertson it Bro,, were six toes, on another four and tho D.uiville, will turn their store over to other, three. tho "Loyat Circle of KIhk'b Daughters." These ladies assisted by their (Honda will A new schedule on this division of the run tho entire store, dolnu all tho BelL. k N. will go into effect Sunday. Tho ling. A considerable portion of the day's day trains will not bo materially chang- mlea will be contributed to the Clmpel ed, but tho night train South will arrive Fund of tho First Presbyterian church of Inter and the one North earlier. Danville. Tboy will also Bervo refreshMh. A. Tkiiihlr has given up tho ments in the store. Everybody solicited Gilcher House at Danville and will con- to como ond help the ladies do n uood centrate hia energies upon his hotel nt businwu in their first day behind the Junction City, which ho will make one counter. of the beet on the lino of tho L. & N. McCUryn iirst-clasa at Shanks'. Late Suit, DEATH'S DOINGS. Rcmcmiikh the Baughmau Bale next which occurred at his home in Danville yesterday. Gentle as a woman, exceedIc going up and in view of this ingly careful of the feelings nnd rights of Silvkk we have purchased a big stock of solid others, we do not eupposo that he leaves silver spoons in good weights and elegant an enemy or acquaintance, who will designs, which we will sell at the low not sorrow over bio death. The lateness price of to per set. Engraving free. of the hour tlut'.we received none of the Danks, the jeweler. Prompt attention death, pr eludes as an extended notice as will appiar in our next ipsue. The burto mall orders. ial will occur nt Danvillo Saturday. Thieviw attempted to get into fihtriff .Mr. John M. Reid, after a long, useT. D. Newland'8 meat house Wednesday ful and honorable career, sleeps with his competition. ftaTSce our new Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, Leather night and succeeded in breaking the Cait. UiciiAiura will lea vo for Linni-ett- a lock, but were evidently frightened oil", fathers. For a long timo he had been in Card ok THANK8. I desire to thank Couches, Oak and walnut Suites, Burch and Rattan Rockers. Notire and Mr. J. Carroll Bailey Mr. Newlatnl thinks, by the crying of bad health and for the last year his death from tho bottom of my heart these who our nice dining Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bedding in great variewill resume his former place nt the My- ids last born, whom ho got up to eeo to has been expected.It came at 7 o'clock were bo kind to mo in my late bereave- ty. Pictures, Mouldings, Wall Paper, Carpets. Come in and look Monday night tho immediate cause be- ment. While my troubles have been ers House. through our immense stock; we make no charge for showing goods and made n light. ing heart failuro. Deceased was a sou ol almost greater than I could bear they Mhh. L. B. Gili.kttk and son arrived in fact it is a great pleasure to display our goods and name prices, Weduesdiiy to Jailed. Marshal Frank Ellis' exam- John W. Reid, who came of good old have been assuaged not a little by the which make every article a leader. from Marion, Kansas, Virginia stock, and was born in the West genuine sympathy and kindly assistance vlett liersistern, MrB. W. I). Penny and ining trial for the killing of young MurEnd of Lincoln in 1S23. Of the soven extended mo. Mrs. Lizzie Hooker. phy at Junction City, lms been continMrs. II. 8. Lytlu. children, Mrs. Amanda McMurtry, Mrs Mhh. Gkoiiok H. Bhuck, who has just ued till May 23, until which time Ellis Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. NEW ADVEBTISEHKNTO. returned from Asheville, X. 0., where will stay in jail. Col. W. G. Welch and Dr. F. S. Read and Snmuel and William Held Burvive. After receiving a good ed she attended an art school, is the guest Judge R. J. Breckinridge have been en ucation, Mr. Reid gave hia attention to gaged to defend him. of Mrs. J. 0. Hays. I farming and waa a most successful one. Mhh. T. H. Wkiiii Jil, and her Hon T. of Judge T. L. Shelton In 1S51, ho married Misa Bettle Haya Tub removal 8. Webb, Jr., Jr., of Knoxville, will nt Rowland was and to them five children wero born, all from the All pertont Indebted to the ettateof the lata Dr. on n visit to her parents, Judge and caused by a defect 'n his bond. The of whom aro living. They aro Dr. Hugh S C Mocker will please call at hit storo and with Mr. J. T Hockcr and all to whom It Is 8auiley, to night. Mrs. M. 0. matter was remedied by executing an- Held, Mrs. Fannie Jones, Jamea 0. Reid, Indebted will present their claims to him properly DuniNci tho absenco of her husband, proveu. MRS LIZZIE MOCKER, Extx. other bond worth $50,000 and the order Mary Foster and Mrs. Bessie Mcwho Is at the Harrodtburg court, Mrs. J. of removal wnn suspended. There wna Mrs. Kinney. Mrs, Reid died in 1SSI at the 8. Owsley, Jr., and James McKlwain I no charge of irregularity nor complaint age of 61. JA ,uinn of sterling integrity Owsley aro spending tho week nt Walas to the judge's management of the of- and honest in all hia dealings. Mr. Reid nut Flat. fice. The Stanford & Knob Lick Turnpike Road was a latter day exomplar of the gentleMkmiui. J. I. and W. 0. McKin.nky, of Co. has declared a 6 per cent, dividend on its SiixitMAN Biilte and Howard Deather-ag- man of tho old school. Always neat in capital stock. The shareholders will apply to This pretty weather. We have every thing you want in Montgomery, Ala., arrived in time to see the undersigned same, tho darkeys who engaged in a Bhoot-in- g hppearance, a perfect Ctesterfield in their certificates lor stock. pre cntinc at the time ol C. FOWLER, their mother alive. Mrs. Drue Head, of 3 President. affray at Morelnnd, had their exam- manners and dignified in bearing, he was Frankfort, and It. 0. Talbott, of Paris, universally respected and admired. The ining trial before Judge Davison Tuesday. relatives of the deceased, are also here. Deatherage children have lost a fond and loving Miss Jban Buciia.ha.v, of Urnb Or- Bruce was discharged and ! was held over to circuit court in flOO, father, the community an excellent citichard, wan on Wednesday's train en give. It wna proved zen and tho democratic party one of ita route to Louisville, to visit her sister, which he could not that Deatherage tired four shota before strongest and most faithful adherents, Asaecntol the heirs of Mahmls Cowan. I will Mrs. John A. Haldcmnn, and to com nnd all unite in genuino sorrow. Many sell to the highest bidder, on the premises, at a pleto the purchase of her Summer wnrd-rob- Bruce shot at nil. o'clock I. M., on friends and relatives followed tho reJuihib W. R. Caiison has become an mains to Buffalo Cemetery at 10 o'clock 1895, Lace and Swiss Curtains, Draperies, Curtain Poles. W,e are selling Misa Ellbn Owm.ry, who has boen inventor nnd hopes to be a million- Wednesday morning, where after a abort A Good Little in Now York, Annapolis, Louisville aire yet. He has invented n tricyclo Carpefs at from 10 to 15 cents on the yard less than any other house. service, they wero tenderly laid by the and other points for nix months, return- that promises to eclipse tho bicycle both Come and see. 104 Acres wife, for whose death he never ceased to Farm Land, ed to her homo in Lancaster, Tuesday. in speed and ease of propulsion nnd be Near Mt. Salem, in Lincoln county, on the pilo health nnd spirits nnd come a most useful means of transit. It grieve. She was in line from Mt. Salem toMiddleburs The Mr. Reid left a good estate, which will leadine ven handsomer than ever. Mr. Letcher is very simple nnd easy of construction bo equally divided among hia children, Farm Has Good Improvements Owsley came over hero to meet her. ami the wonder is that somebody hadn't all of whom wero present at tho burial In tencinjr, etc., and thought of it before. The judge has except Mrs. Breckiuridgo Jonep, of St. Spil .rs and houses,Mock water hmi seyeral c;ood other on it. Any one CITY AND VIR1NITY. desiring to look at the firm can call on Kolart nnd stand alto Louie, who a few duyB ago gave just built a scroll saw birth to Cowan on tho premises. Fancy shirta at Shanks. Tkkms. Oue half cash; balance In i and a years which ia a marvel of ingenuity nnd per her third child and second daughter. eqaal installments, bearlti; Interest at tho rate of (ection. Among Mr. Iteid'a papers this scrap Aperient, per annum. Goto Wilkinson's for n shave, hnir cut Possession given Sept 15,1895 The new time card, now in effect on in hia own writing waa found: I was JOHNX. MHNKFEE. and hot and cold hatha. 11 Agent fcr Heirs. the Cincinnati Southern, haa n number initiated in tho secrets of Free and AcStraw and of chances. Tho local vestibule only cepted Masons in Hustonville lodge in Neck weak at Shanks'. ro. 3917. wcol lints In great variety nt ShnnkB'. I demitted from runs out as far as Junction City now, ar- tho yenr ISIS or riving there at 11.5 a. m. nnd returning that lodgo about the closo of the civil ItEPORT OP THE CONDITION The slgnnl service sent this yesterday: at 1:35 r. m., giving ample time for the war and helped to establish a now lodge probably frost Friday morning " "Fair, Cincinnati connection from this point. in Stanford. After nililiating with the Bur. finish for potato bugs nnd cabbage Tho New Orleans Limited passes Juuc brethren for quito a number of yeara (in THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. Dealer In- worms, cheapest nnd best at W. B. Mc- - tion City at 11:43 a. m. South and 3:35 i tho mean time eorved aa Maater) 1 dem. North, tho Q. A C. Special at 12:15 a. mitted in good standing, A. It. Penny In the Stato of Kentucky, at tho close of business Itoberts. May 7, istf m. South and 3:15 a. M. North. Thero ia being Mastor of tho lodgo at that time. Fon sale or exchange for good buggy no ciiange in the arrival and departure J. M. Reid. horse, a lady's bicycle. Apply to Mrs. of tho accommodation, otherwise known RESOURCES A long lifo dovotod to thoso she lov" B. N. Roller, Stanford. as the Blue Grass vestibule. camo peacefully to an end yesterday Loans and discounts ed fiCMfj 35 mm 1,(91 05 morning at 5 o'clock, whon Mra. Han- Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. The Danville Hop Club will clvo n A tsllow, whom Cashier J. J. ., 11,50000 nah M., wifo of Capt. Geo. H. McKin US. Uonds to secure circulation whon Saxton danco at Gilcher's Hanking House, furnlturo and fixtures. did not know, went into the 1,000 00 KTT. ney, breathed her last. She had been Due from National Hanks will furnish tho music. 1,049 4a First National court day Inst nnd drawing paralyzed for ovor a year, becoming moro Duo Irom State Hanks and Ilinkers.... 9,8739a a silver dollar from hia pocket told the W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. i8,ija 75 It Zimmrr has purchased tho stock of and moro bo till hor tonguo and throat Due from approved reserve agents ho had given it to him and 417 04 confections nnd groceries owned by S. Q banker that refused to do hor bidding nnd sho liter- Checksofand other cash items Notes other Nat. Danks 4,405 00 it was counterfeit. Mr. McRoberts took Royco and will contlnuo tho business at ally starved to death. Along in the be- Fractional paper currency, nickels and was good drop Ollmnx. the coin and seeing that it Weck'a old Btand. Richmond ginning of this contury, threo sturdy cents 13 07 ped it in the drawer and gave the man , Specie.. 11,670 00 closo nt i another. Then the fellow pretended to brothers, John, William and Joseph All thoBtorea nt Laucoster Legal tender notes 1,000 00 0,670 00 camo to Kentucky from Rockbridgo o'clock v. i. There are no lighta ovor discover that he had given tho cashier Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below Va., and settled. Mra. McKin 5 per cent, of circulation 561 jo and give the Interior there and tho people nro nfraid to grope the wrong dollar, but Mr. Melt, said one cpunty, Journal one year free with each order. chilnround in tho darkneBB hunting for tho was all he could redeem, aa one waa nil ney waa tho last survivor of nine Total $166,906 10 The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. dren, born to the third meutioned, and stores after night. claimed, and the fellow departed beaten LIAUILITIES. The New Home, style five, S28. she was 77 years old, being two days at his own game. $50,000 00 All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted younger than her husband who survives Capital stock paid in Owino to the absence of Mr. Forestua , Surplus fund 31,000 00 for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will and other membora of tho board of Reid Fifteen States have fdlt the elTect of hor. Her mother died and her father Undivided profits 3,7;, 56 sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are trustees, tho selection of a principal for tho present unusually cold wave, and married the widow McKinney. dipt. National Hank notes outstanding 10,440 00 the Stnnford Female Col ego was post whilo thoro haa been much damage to McKinnoy waa her son, bo Mra. McKin- Due to other National Hanks 3,4,3 48 offered; Individual deposits subject to check 79.i3l 06 I poned till vegotablea and fruits, the amount ia ney and her husband were 4166,906 10 dickering, probably over estimated. Hero ouly the and sister. They had known each other Total Hazelton, Rush & Mason & Hamlin, Lobo-no- n Tins enso ngalnBt tho L. & N. at vegetables have been killed. for 05 yoara ond had been married 50, Chicago Cottage, Gcrts, Colby & Co. , Kingsbury, extortionnto coal rateB, after tenderer for I J. W. Hockcr, Cashier Tho heavy foliage protoctod the fruit and those who know tell us that no con-pl- Uank, do solemnly swear that of the above named Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince Kimball, the aboe statement lengthy argument, wbb given to tho jury overlived in greater love and affection. buda and a heavy rain following tho knowledge and belief. And Others. at 3 o'clock yesterday, which had not re- frost, tho damage was considerably less- To them six children wero born, four of is true to the best of my W.HOCKEK, Cashier. & Son. J. Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Ordti. to prebs. ported when wo wont ened. Squlro Murphy eaya that tho whom aurvivo, A. A., J. I. and W, G. r Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of tho most competent workman I ev Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th er knew, who served nany years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. will bo quite n number of can- snap will causo many apple buda to full, McKinney and Mrs. Will Royston. Mra. day ol May, 1895. J. H. MOCKER, N. P. L. C. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted. Tiiriie McKinney was a second cousin of Gov. II. 1!ro.v, P. II. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Address, didates for Buperintondont of public but they are bo numerous that I. W l'OWILL, Directors. might be loat and then there Sam Huston, of Texas, and tho other KOIIINSON, Bchoola. Mr. W. S. Burch will likely bo T.J. of that name wore THE M.UKGRASS HERD OK among the number nnd ia now consider- would bo a full crop of apples. Tho distinguished men closely related to her. At an early oge advisability of announcing him- - mercury wna down to 30 here, and ing the four froate, ice formed to n con- Mrs. McKinney unitod with the PresbyoMA very heavy terian church ond her whole life was a siderable thickness. Call and examine mr work before having vour Dn. 0. Fowlku knowH how to rannago R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, rain fell all day Wednesday aud that demonstration of tho lines: " 'Tis relig- carnage repainted. am located the only shop a turnpike. Ho notifies tho stockhol- night, but tho clouda lifted yesterday ion that can give.sweetest pleasures while In town In which fine work can beindons and will CraKOrchard, - - Kentucky. Lick that n be here permanently. I solicit a share ol your der of tho Stnnford & Knob wero indications that the back we livo." A good woman in every re- patronage which will endeavor to merit by and thero workmanship and fair treatment of all. Shop dividondofC per cent, on Its capital bono of blackberry whiter had been dis- spect, ahe was loved by all who knew Pigs for sale from the best types cf Register in Mershon & Greer's shop on Someiset street. nnd la pnyable Btock haB beon declared idolized by her husband and A. H. KINLEY, Stanfcrd, Ky. her and Stock. Hreederi secured from tne best herds In several different Stales. Correspondence Solicited located, if not outirely broken. on demand. Tuesday. Two tine farms, valuable real estate, livo stock, farming implementf, household nnd kitchen furniture are to be sold. Tho sale will bo one of the biugest over held in tho county. Maihib. It ia with deep regret thnt we chronicle tho death of Mr. Jamea It. Marrs, founder and for 20 or more years tho editor ot the Danville Advocate, Truly can it be said of her' "Sho did what she could" and hencoforth ' ' a crown of righteousness will be hers. yjATCM Tho funeral sorviceB will bo hold at tho THE ri,alflnmn at 10. n'nlnnW tlifa T7.t1nt ' morning by Ravs. B. Helm and S. M. Logan, and then the remains will be THE BEST LOW PRICE WATCH token to Buifalo Spring Cemetery and laid to rest. EVER MADE Died near Hustonville, May 11, Jna, 0. Carson, aged 3S years. Ho leaves a wifo and four children, besidea hia fath er and mother, one brother and sister, eight of tho family having preceded him Warranted to be a to tho better land. His father being a worthy minister of the Methodist church. Perfect Timekeeper. All waa done for hia recovery that medical skill could accomplish, assisted by the Not a poor Swiss, nor a "clock," ceaseless nursing of n devoted wife. He but a perfect American becamo a member of the Methodist Duplex movement. church in early life. Through most of these years tho writer has known him as a devout Christian. Ho enjoyed the consee Call fidence and loyo of all hia neighbors. By ' his request, the writer officiated on tho 'AiADEl vf occasion of his funeral service in the Christian church nt Hustnnvillr, ind his UUHlj pure, Christian lifo and bright hope down to his last hour, enabled ua to speak in full assurance, of the certainty of his admission into our Father's heavenly home. W. L. Williams. Mr L. E. Culbertson, who married Miss Kate Huffman, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Huffman, of Hustonville, died at his home in Covington this week. The wifo and threo children survive him. Mra. J. H. Ballard died at her father's, Mr. Logan Murphy, Wednesday, of consumption. She lived in Washington county and camo up on a visit several weeks ago. Her remains were interred in Buflalo Cemetery yesterday. AT WITHERS & HOCKER'S. William D. Snow, n prominent stock You can not afford to miss this grand opportunity. Goods in every trader of Boyle, died Wednesday even, ing of inllnmmation of the bowels. department are marked at rock bottom prices, simply out of reach of ! $VEYOU SEEfl Ft FIN J ;trump" The PRICE$2.50' and this Watch I I Danks, The 4SII Jeweler. New Designs in Furniture, WITHERS & HOOKER. NOTICE nr-ri- ve post-olli- ce et-- tl 1TOTIOE Don t Miss Cleaning Your House m m e, Public Sale of Land Oil Cloth, Carpet, Matting Rugs, Portierres, o. 11 via-itin- g Saturday, June ist, of m of SEVERANCE & SON. Bo K. WKA1IN 9 -- .w'l 1.1 l fl mi ' . Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STAITFOBJD, 'it wA Pax-ton- READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. m &M I step-broth- er FIA1TOS: OiRGANS: i o two-thir- be-Bid- es Carriage Painter. 1 1 - Duroc Jersey Red Swine first-cla- ss 1$LgSS$5 l 3 f i& X Semi-Week- ly 't I ,( - mv "jr'rrjj al laugh. e s !;r',rfl!?r "'tfy:sXj?'V''- - 5rpW5'ttspW5"i,'rM1 Cl 1 v Interior Jourm: SEARCHING FOR A FLAT. rubllahod Every Tuoaday and Friday Highly Edifyinrj Exporlouoo of Mr. AT and Mrs. Woatsldo. 33 EUCll YKAK IN ADVANOK To Find is Suitable Habitation In New MpWhen not so pud 33.60 will be charfred.-York la a Taak Inquiring: Tireless tncrey, Unlimited 1'atlenco K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. W "I should say not. They arc about as big as a commodious coQln," returned her husband, with a cold, cynic, no p. No. Train leave Rowland at m. 7 too a. m., returning at L&H. No.al, LOCAL TIME CARD. North.. s. Train going " " " ia 1 . Xo.ti. NO. 2f, anuin . 11 37 p m 334 m si P m 3 aj a m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction Cur a follow--: No. 1 South ......it. 48 a m No a North " 4 taijam t ' " 6 11 3j am 3 Notk. Nos. s and 6 and ther thin Junction City. 1 ...3 ...i-3- 3(pn n P 9 8 49 p m ' 10 " 9 and 10 a in run no fur. . ...3.15 ...6.00 am Cttt- - Dfnerent Heeler Is it because you'ro out of work that you'ro looking so blue? The (just dismissed No; it's becnuso I'm out of a job. Chicago Record. lie Indulged. Mrs. Ilrown Have you an indulgent husband? Mrs. Green Oh, yes, indeed ho comes homo Intoxicated nearly every night Truth. Vindictive. TT intra. Mrs. Husband Mother says sho will fee hero What room shall wo glvo her? Mr. Husband Tho one with the folding-bed in it. Judge. to-da- y. luncheon Suspicion. Sussell Itago Como out with mo for No, thank youj N. Y. World. Ontuim tha price, I havoat Commissioner's Sale OF A VALUABLE AND highly Improved Farm. o LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. fiotlceof Sale. Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at Its February term, i8j5. in lha Com- rtbaye styled proceeding, the uudctslgm-aatutsner will, on Plaintiffs, J. W. Raughmsn and Others,Others, Deft). against Hairy llaugbman and TUESDAY, MAY:21st, 1895, SJetnsen n A. M. and 3 P. M., at the residence of h late Henry Uiughman, sell at public outcry to eha highest and best bidder tno Farm of 316 Acres, OneRood, Four Poles, L. IB ti QCLiMd, situated in Lincoln county, K; on the Stafford A Halls Gap Turnpike Koad, J, of a For several days Mrs. WesLsltle had TOile (ram the city of Stanford and just outside of been abnormally affectionato toward ho limits of said city. Said farm la in a high him. is one of Mr. Westside's thestate of cultivation and improvement. It has upas it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 ories that when a married woman is rooms, with large, room balls and porches. The suspiciously affable to her husband she outbmldings In excellence of character are in is either afraid of him or is engineer steeping with the dwelling house, including one of Che very best barns in the county. The fencing ing a scheme to get money out of liimj outside and in is good, the farm is well watered she is preparing to coax him into doing by ponds, pools aud running streams. A rare opportunity is afforded to purchase one ot the most something ho would ordinarily object valuable and desirable homes in the county. to doing. He knew his wife was not in The purchaser ill be given full possession of tho least afraid of him, hence the puzid farm on the 1st day of June, 1895. Said farm is bounded as follows: Beginning at zled expression on his face. must bo Halls Gap of the Stanford a point in the centreNewland, thence SiS. turnpike, corner to () w. one of the other two causes for artificial c5j poles 12 links to a stone, corner to same, thence affection. 3. 70 X W. 73 poles 18 links to a post, corner to "Charles, arc u very busy fffewland, thence S. 18 E. 156 poles 6 links to a w. 108 she asked, in a soft, flute-lik- e tone of utoae, corner to Newland, thence S. jo poles to a stake in Newland line and corner to voice. S 5 deg. 7 mln W. 47 poles 16 sVredertck, thence "No, Carrie, I haven't anything in Cinfcs to a slake in line of Frederick, thence 8. SjX If. go. poles to post at corner of garden, thence particular to do he replied, inof S. 89 E. 18$ poles 20 links to a stake In centre sMaion'a Gap road, opposite a small black walnut cautiously, walking right into tho trap. standing on west side ol road, thence with centre "I am so glad to hear that. Then of road N ) K. 61 poles lalinks to a stake in cen-r- c you can go right along with me and of the road and corner to Alex Martin, thence stake, corner to help mc hunt a flat." T. E6l V. I2t:les 19 links to a a to poies 10 suns 111 1111c 01 F.tX( , tneice n. 19 Ten minutes later they were on an iDwd. lerar tract and corner to same, thence N. 79 a stake, icr. 55 mm. 10 poles to aj!.. V. coiner to M. b. elevated train on their waj to "inspect'' ilaui hman. thencn N. sil Doles, contain- - a perfect gem of a houso with hard ine in the aggregate 316 teres 1 Kood and Poles wood finish near Central bridge. It of l.ind. The purpose of this sale Is for a divis on of the was Mrs. Westside's intention, in caso proceeds amongst the plaintiff aud defendants she could find a small house, to rent It to their respective rights. 6, u and 24 instead of a flat, and take boarders. TERMS OF BALE.-Cred- lts months in equal payments, the purchxier giving "According to the advertisement," .bond srith approved personal security, payable to the Commissioner and besring interest from day said Mr. Westside, with a sneer, "this of sale Lien retained ou the land as a further se house must be but little inferior to tho K. C. WAKKEX curity. M C. L, C.C. iiifl & McRoberts, Attys. Tho next, flat was oily a few blocks distant. They walked there, and Mr. Westside took occasion to comment ou how noisy tiio neighborhood was. "But I daro say thero will bo so many children in tho houso that, after and Some Cheek. nil, tho quietest part of tho houso will be the out&itlc," ho remarked with an ISpcclnl New Yorls Lcttcr.l Eight or ten years ago it was the al- exasperating smile. His wlfo merely most universal custom in Now York to gave him 0110 of her looks, which, howmove on tho 1st of May. This custom ever, spoko a whole library. The janitor did not tmokc, nor did ho has, to a great extent, become obsolete, and now thero is quite as much moving wear a coat or vest, but ho calmly done on tho 1st of October as there is picked his teeth while reluctantly imHo also on May day. In fact most tennnts no parting his information. longer sign leases for any stated time, yawned wearily from time to time. but rent by tho month. This nrratigc- - W "How do you like it?" a3ked Mrs. . "Oh, it's n gem! The Croton bugs arc holding conventions ou tho floor nnd running races up and down the walls; but, to offset that, just como to this window aud seo what a lovely view wo will have of tho neighbors' shirts, petticoats aud underwear." Tho janitor explained that the Croton bugs were really beneficial as they exterminated tho moths, but even this enticing inducement did not have much effect on the flat hunters. "Now let us try somo other locality," said Mrs. Westside, with a determined expression. "Iain willing to keep this up nil day," , resignedly. "I'm like tho said Mr. W man who killed a skunk. After he killed tho first one, ho got desperate, 'WK AIIF. GOING TO MOVE." SAID MRS. and killed six more. Now for tho next littlo gem with a 'hardwood finish.' " WKST8IDK. The nt tho next flat ment is mutually satisfnetorj to land- colored janitor whoso tonguo madowas a man, lord and tenant. If the landlord rents thousand oscillations to the minute. two tho adjoining flat to a family, somo explained . in glowing lauguago Ho how member of which plays on tho piano at there was a miraculous attachment to unseemly hours, or docs anything else tho kitchen rango by which all to make life a burden to the neighbor, smells went up tho chimney, whllo tho tho tho uioresaid neighbor simply moves heat wanned tho out. On tho other hand, if an objec- winding labyrinth rooms nnd n dark which ho called a tionable tenant has gained a foothold hall, but which reminded Mr. Wcstsido in a flat house, there being no lease, the of tho "Chamber of Horrors" in tho landlord can protect himself and tho Eden Musee. other tenant by summary legal process. "There is only ono objectioa There are, however, quite a large flat," said Mr. Westside, "and to this that is pconlo who nrefcr to move number of that tho ceilings in the spring, no matter how comfort rent Is too high. aro too low and tho Now, if 'the landlord ably they may be situated. Mrs. West-sid- e would only raiso tho ceilings and lower is a lady who makes it a point to rent wo would move In on tho 1st." move every spring on general princi- the Tho janitor was not sanguino that ples. Her husband, who would rather tho landlord would Bcriously entertain have a pitcher of common molasses poured down his back than move to n new flat, once expressed the opinion that even after they got to Heaven Mrs. W. would insist on moving somewhere else in the spring. One morning, not very long ago, they were seated opposite to each other at the breakfast table. ,Mr. Wostside was calmly smoking his cigar, but there was a puzzled expression on his face. mile periences ho hnd undergone at tho Pittsburg, well timberec; one 11 acre; tract snares c& .o aiso shares hands of janitors, so, assuming a very away. 12County in bimicl uoai IjinrM Fair Vssoctation In G,N. PITMAN. Address, haughty air, Mr. Westside asked: Conoral Pittiburg, Ky. "I hope tho neighborhood io a very u Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky, aristocratic one, otherwise it would hardly bo worth whllo for us to exWc offer our do a Nashvillo, Tenn., College forToung Ladies. era! Collecting tcrvlcis Uithe public to notes, gen, amine tho apartments." llutlness, Accounts, etc. Cm collected in ali parts ol the cjuuly. "The neighborhood," replied tho real estnto agent, somewhat taken aback, "is all that could bo desired by tho Rov. Geo. W. P. Price, D. D Pros., most fastidious." "Alii indeed! Any of tho 'Four HunMrs. S. 0. Truehcart, Formerdred' live in the immediate vicinity?" lr to Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ly of St .nfjrd, Ky., Lady PrinTho agent was obliged to admit that whllo somo very distinguished people At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds cipal. lived in the neighborhood, nono of them And over andc a pound for 10 pounds and up actually belonged to tho highest order to 100. of New York aristocracy. Three llulldings; room for too boarders. Faculty Hills duo istof each month. "I'm sorry to hear that," said Wcst- - of 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturers, Patronage K. I1RKMEK, Maaferd. from entire tauth. Privileges in Vandetbill Uniblde, slinking his head. versity. Mudc Conservatory AitMndio. Gym "What do you mean by such talk?" nasium. Fine Passenger Mevaiors. lerm oegins I said Mrs, Westside, when they reached Sept, s, 1895. Send for Catalogue. tho street. My Millinery Slock Is full and complete Call "It means I am tired and disgusted and examine and you will.be sure to buy a ne hunting flats, nnd if thero is any more Spring Hat. of it to be done, you can do it by jour-selMISSLICCIE HEAZLKY, Law, Attornoy Stanford, Ky However, I will look at just ono more 'gem with a hardwood finish.' " - "This elegant apartment," said tho janitor, who was a natural-bororator, Oliceon Lancaster Street, oppoilte the Court "Is close to everywhere. It is only n House. Collections rccme (.special ttcutinn. (4 short distance to tho lordly and picturesque Hudson, within bight of tho CORDIALLY : majestic PnlUndcs " A. S. To call sod esamint my Spring Millinery, which "Hold up, there," said Westside, "acI am opening up. pride myself lhal it Is well. Surgeon seltctcJ and that It Is bound Io please. Having cording to your advertisement this flat bought lor cash and being determined to sell for should have a southern exposure. Dentist, cash, I can svll at the lowest possible prices. An Where Is it?" csarulnatlon will convince you. 6 MltS A A. McKINNKV. The janitor tried to hedge bj- saying that tho advertisement was written by Office over Mc Roberts' Drug Store in the Owsley otn II. Castleraan A. O Lank.! lluilulDi, the owner. "Well, he is a patriot. He knows no south nnd no north, and 1 guess ho is a littlo shakj about tho east nnd west. : : However, what was it you were baying about this flat being centrally located?" "Yes," resumed tho janitor, "it is closo to tho principal theaters; thero HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. arc three saloons in tho neighborhood, o people el West LinOilers all of which keep open ou Sunday. You coln and his services the rull slock of CoOius Casey Counties, always on hand. aro closo to Central park, nnd thero is and Caskets I). H. Carpenter, Manager, oj BARBEE&CASTLBMAJK a savings bank right across tho way." "Yes, that is all very nice, hut as MANAGERS, Notice you want KO a month rent, thu savings 3omtnerco Building-- Louisvillo bank cuts no Qgure. After wo have paid the rent, wo ill have no earthly Agsats throughout the South. use for a savings bank. Good morn-tog.- " 1 Uucklln'B Arnica Salvo. any such proposition, so they consulted the woild for cuts, bruMes, The host salve the monioraiulum and moved on. Tho seres, ulcers, saltin rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapand all skin eruptions, next flat on tho list could only bo seen ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay rrpuired. II Is It positively cures by a permit, to they went to the real Ruaranlecdtn give piles, or satisfaction or money perlect estate onlce. A very pompous littlo refunded. Price st cents per box. For sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. man with a bald head told them very impressively thnt ho would expect s references. Ho went on at I FOB, d borne length to tell about how his tenants hnd to be. llo seemed to regard his visitors with susStock or Goods, Uper Mouse, 120 picion. This nettled Mr. Westside, who Acres of Coal Land, Two Mines, 'orklngonsamo was already exasperated over tho ex- also onn So Acre tracK Ivmu ol a mile from first-clashigh-tone- DE, VT. B. PEITITY. I1 SALE Dentist, W. S. Hurch. Alty. at La : Stanford, the : Pont-Qtu- Ky. c Office on Main Sircet, Opposite Store-hous- e, H M. Newland, .Deputy Sheriff. Buroh. XTewland, Collectors, 1 1 ICE I ai-j- TO THE LADIES W. S. BXTBCE, f. Stanford, at Kentucky. n TEE LADIES 1 PRICE, INVITED Stanford, Ky. J. T. SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, ROYAL OI' LIVERPOOL. , Insurance Company to Turnpike Contractors. It v UVyl liB 4J: On KATUItDAY JUNK 1, 1895, Ihc Hoard of And tills ended tho first day's effort of Directors of the Moniicvlio & Dum.ide Turnpike Mr. and Mrs. Westsido to rent, nnd It is Co. will open and consider sealed bids and award just such an vxpeiienve as nine flat contracts lor thu constiuction of Four Miles sf according to Koad In four 'unvrur't .f tea ?nvt to go through. Turnpike specifications insections, Terras, So per plans and olll. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. ATr V.. .Swi:kt. cent, cash on monthly estimates aud remainder "He will turn the tables on you if you aro potfenn (til," nnitl ono woman to another, who wns berotiL'K her husband. "Turn nothine," nho exclaimed, "he's en lazy lie unuld'nt turn a table if it was on rollers " THE LOQUACIOUS COLOKnD JAXIT0U. on completion of contract Address, JOHN W. TUTTLK. Agt , Montlcello, Ky. ij.tt JAMKS H, YEAOKR. TO THIS LADIES. I desire to call your attention to the fact that I am rcauy 10 serve you in i;iss Mating in any and all sttlea. I IsV. the best fashion Journals and kecd posted on what ladles should wear. Price reasonable. Come in and gir. rot a trial. I employ none but fust class help Atpreient I can t found at Miss Cnrri Per ter's residence) 00 Lancaster Strwt. Respectfully, MISS MARY I). SMITH, 77 6n Stanford, Ky, UKO. I1C00PEU. Yeager & Cooper, . Proprietors of........ It Lwi lioekhiii mortally wounded John Reese at Midiileaboro. UvcrylJJaiid Feed Stable, TURNOUTS STANFOUIV.KY. Having bought of P. W. Green his I.Uerv business and added new buggies and horses, wc are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S to-day- ?" THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains night and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Hood Livery Attached, m day. to-day- ," FIRE INSURANCE. North British and Mercantile, Manchester, The Pennsylvania Fire, PhcLnix of Brooklyn n. Give me Firman's Fund, Mechanics and Traders, National of I Iartford, a call. " t. The traveling public will Dad us always ready and willing to turnish Drumwasons. cither single or double, or Carri mers' aKes of ailkinds at very LOW PRICES. The boys in and around town will also rind us the people 10 deal with. Stop with us when in lawn at courts and entertainments and your horse and vo bide will be well cared for. YKAOF.K A COOPER " Myers House Stable, Manford, Ky S7 On short notice. 1 Frn rf Hotel Iroo per A. II. 1IASTIN, Prop. J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealers n...., KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. DOIT'T Let your Painting, I'aperirK ami Calcimioinc until you see llelden llrotbcrs. We furnish work, or mi material and guarantee 101. money. Address, Stanford, Ky. first-cla- ss first-cla- AH Kinds of Coal, Stanford. Ky. I 1 . ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE OF A BICYCLES B IOYOILB! J Tho Myers Houso, V. W OKEEN. Proprietor SPRING AND SUMMER. Somethingjto Beautify tho Ladies. Stanford, : : : Kontucky. mm 21 AN GIN G ONE-HALF FORK FARM OF THE Kitchen Furniture, ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, Storc-Hcus- :, Householdand live Stock and Farming ments. Imple- Daily openining. New Hats, flowers and lacesl . I am sstslt ...hkIh. a LI- II I MMiin We give tho assurance to the trado that they wll win wii.inown Hotel an J find in our tsubllshmcnt the same esclusivcncss will continue to gltc my gumtt tho ;o,utt atttn In style of paiteras, hats and bonnets and all the lea'tlng novelties 111 Milliuvry for which we ate ' knowu throughout the country. Special TravelI hae secured a trimmer for the season. Thanking you lor past favors, wc respectPublic. fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally bestjwed. L, M. D. DUDDEUAR' KATE DUDDKRAK, Manager. first-cla- a Attention to tho ing THE Aa executors of Ilenty llaughman, dee'd, we ill time at the same bidderaud place sell at public outcry to a too higbeit SFarm of About 480 Acres T1IK 8UHLT JXNITOll WHO SMOKES. r celestial mansions described In the Bible." "Of course, you must try nnd see how disagreeable you can be," replied Mrs. Westside. When the3 reached tho houso they vation The larm will be offered for sale in two parcels found It was a tumbledown sort of structure, situated near Harlem river. and as a vi hole and the highest bid or bids accepted. "Why, tho cellar is half full of water," ltrlck on the Also the North e.t side cf Malu street Siin btanford, Ky., cxclnimed Mrs. Westside. now occupied by A. Urbantky Co., and known "Yes, mum, but only nt high tide," 4 thi l.oulsville Store. Interest in the St. explained tho owner", who was showing .tlsu nn undivided tV.xni Hotel property in Stanford, Ky , which them over the premises. "At nil other the hotel proper and to large Greatly improved forjj 1895 and hcreundvr, outhoutcs, lot aud stable. This Hotel times it is as dry us n bone." is a tw J story brick building and Is in Taking tho cable ears over to the oporder, and has a large and Increasing custom, and posite side of the city, they next in- rf - worthy of consideration. is now being conducted by Farrli A- Hardin, the interest. spected "an elegant Hat with all light owue.s of the ether Aba the Household and Kitchen Furnitu'c, one rooms." The j'anitor did not rcmovo waguu, oiiu phaeton. The Furniture includes an his pipe whilo talking. It was only Organ jnd new fiano. now oil larm, ..t.o all the Live Stocksheep and the lambs, a lot when he expectorated that he mado J So ot old lot of Horses anil lliood Mares in it J nrk Stock,head, let of Mules, Hogs, Cattle and that concession. Most of tho rooms received a dim, religious light from a toil, a ii ut 25 Milk Cows. cash dnik, mysterious dungeon, which was sM forone-thirThu real properly will be payments They arebeautiful and an ornament in one itnd the balance in in equal from day of sale and called "a well." Tho janitor explained and two years, bearing interest that thero was a "fantail" gas burner i reared by lien retained. sums The personal property, except be sold under $io,- in each room in case moro light was n a cudwill be sold lor cash, will needed. of t hree months and the purchaser will ba re- Mr. Westside remarked note with good security, bear- that tho salwd to execute clothes presses were very dark, and 'ug interest from day ol sale PotS'.ssion ol real property will be gion on pretended to be very much astonished Call and see. Isuuy or notes executed. i, i06 " of peisanal property when when tho janitor explained that they aald 'or m. Any The sale wil begin at 9 a concerningperson above were bedrooms, not clothes presses. the information "Why, of course, they are bedr'X-i".-ty c.nw,e.tn,OMeo 'oAUOHliVAiJ; although they aro not verj larrjf," ".' Executors. Mrs. Westside. X. D. English, Auclionetr. comnouly known as the Lyile farm. 1 his farm is about 5 miles from Stanford, on the Stanford & Milicdgesilleand the Knob Lick, McCormack's Churcn & Turnersville turnpike roads, and has y frame dwelling house, barns, upon it a is tine Hanging Fcrlc Ac. and Is well watered inItgrass aud H in cultiabout H 'and aud is now two-stor- Of Land en Hanging Fork, In Lincoln county, Ky , and adj auing tne lands of D. McKittnck, Peter Carter. W. il. Murphy, Ed Peyton, Sam Helm, Columbus Bishop and Adam Carpenter and 85 dollar wheels at 65 dol Hundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty-Five- ; - Kontucky. London. OFSecond-hanwheels very cheap lars; 65 dollar wheels at 50 dollars. I have moved to my new Hotel teltsr Houses and Lots in Stanford and !VfrTid,h!,nevcrJ0.cc?mraoJ, aud am Public. Bicycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds done. attached, L'ry me a call. and every convenience do Bank Stock. iir.d. uive d -- Executor's : Sale RILEY HOUSE F. D. ! RILEY, Proprietor, W. H. WEAEEN & CO. djjpa FRANK RILKY, As Executor of Curtis Watls, deed , I will public outcry to the highest bidder, on sill at 183 Monday, June xotli, 1895, e door In At a o'clock P il., beforn the Manford, Ky , the Dwelling House and Lot situaof Lancaster and .Short streets ted on the corner in the city ol Stanford and epposite tho N. W . corner of Court Houso Square, and now occupied as a residence by A A. Wsrren. This lot has a f ron- about 41 VS feet on Lancaster lie of the Dwelling House, tiardtn street Lots in and Also the Helm Addition to Stiulord, formerly occupied Watts and containing about $ Acres by Richard of Land. The properly consists or thn dwlllnir-hounand lot, including ordinary outbuildings and two vacant lots of about two aud the irard-One of these lots fronts ou and other Water Works and .Springs Streets to Hue the Hock- and extends of fronts Springs street er i" "! ' as above ,",, sile in three parcel,highest bid indicated, and then or bids accepted as a whole, nnd the court-house n. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Has more nice Furniture than was over in More Phaetons. Mo.a .Sod CultliSo r. JV.so'nsf Plow"1, and more nice Harness, Jlr.dies, Whip, ana Hinder I w mo than was ever hire II,more Tite. the public to call and see hi" stock and Jin. ge nest, is in my house and would bo glad friends call on hm when wanting work to have his done. Hus-lonvli- ie. two-stor- v Store-Hou- se Reliable Process one-ha- lf u Store-Roo- M.S. Haigiiman. J. W. rtACGHHAN first-cla- n - oac-ha- ll They have Proven a Success. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rxonuiTOKs d to a parlor. i.w-- !i Guarantee Satisfaction HIGrGINS& McKINNEY, f.i5j . ,- he Hugh Hays knob laud, and adjoins Hout land near Hull and l'me Knobs. Also 6 filiates of tho Capital ville Banking Co., Louisville. Ky. - Also 5 shares of the Capital mock of tho Co., Louisville, Ky. . v..M. t( thn t!nltal Mock of the LnuL. If you noed liery give us a cair vllln Insurance Co!, Louisville, Ky. i Also one Oliver au.u. Yn'oT " .1 Thi ral nronertv will be sold on credits ol 6 and u moiiihs, ill equal paynnnts. secured by lien retained and note with approved HARNESS SHOP personal security, bearing interest from day of iale The slock or personal property will be sold o'n a credit ol threo months and tho purchaser will "aB8wSaev.b. be required toexecuto note with approved person- ssassat al security, bearing interist frnm date of sale. tutu Possession 01 insuwciiuiis uuu" July 1,1893, and of the knob ltud, lots and perBLACKSMITH SHOP. sonal property when the terms ol too sale are Will EuaranteD u compiled wun work and' """factory 1r.11 k. MrKnnens. aiivs. 1 . u aiis. , prices. Tiy oar her., ahoer. ,,.,,, LIVERY, FEED & SALE STA11XE, Louis-villoTru- st Stanford, Kontucky. 1 i?iik firmer "" ' "WS uour"uua" first-cla- "'" jwi. 1. wuu.,, , ; 1. iyj.yvyJtsjjUtjjLai JiiJiSj .i,t,-- 9 4; srtafra m Jtau-S!uw.-!W-,-- wJMLSaJlgg4L5JB .. 555Metff JiliLia iiWijraaw .I'ULWW.