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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895052401 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. r l 4j- - r , VOL. XXIII. Semi Weekly Interior Journal? STANFORD. KY.. FR1DAV. MAY 24. 1895. COUNTY. In- -, l. v rj. NO. 25 LIBERTY, CASEY LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. ft r K . The excessive wet weather has Them will be anothnr minl. Rockcaatlo is for sound money. . . I k terforreil considerably with tho hrlck biiBu lmll mm on uieeuny afternoon, Dr. Grant will be in Mt. Vernon at making business, j Juno 4th. Circuit court Mr. Morgan It ia rcportod by his nelghbora that Hudson sold to Mr. The Aid Society mot with Mrs. F. L wuiuce Jones has quit cultivating nis Hackley, 0f Lincoln, u old Thompson last Thursday afternoon. Tbe fine farm and has cone to"saHK"dlgglng. muloy calf for $50. ladies will glvo a strawberry supper jn Uia friends are confident that ho in trainProf. O. II. Poage, who has taught the near future. , this scholastic year, ing to make tho race- for thu Ininla-turomathematical and the The brass band Ih. preparing Rome exbelieving that tho presllgo ho will languages Bt Garrard Collego. has taken cellent music for Decoration Day. We gain as a "sang" digger will maVe him a like position at Kirksvllle. learn thai the soldiers will erect a monuan easy winner. The Imh received eotne ment In our cemetery to the memory of Then will bo a decoration day at ncutauurmneniB in me way of new their dead. Alt. Olive meeting house near Fishing lightning rods and coping has been addThe Ran Wl LLIAMSBUTcrWHlfLEYCQUNTY. Call and See Them. hero, with Mr. Creek oa tho 30th. Tho MIddleburg ed to the eves of tho house. M. O. Williams superintendent, has an -- On Decoration Day, May 30th, there band will bo present and furnish music Mrs. W. J. Johnson and little daughfor the occasion. Ool. 8ilaa Adams and will not only bo a bicycle race, but a foot ter, of Georgetown, are here visiting excellent attendance. A new organ has been purchased of Mr. McCarty, an agent other distinguished speakers will bo race, too. We learn the Stanford lmml Mrs, J. D. Adklns. from Louisville. there and a largo crowd is expected. A has been engaged for tho day. There Judge J. It. Sampson dime down We trust that Editor E. B. Smith number of old soldiers of the 1st Ken- will also be a supper givon by the K. Ps from Middle boro Wednesday morning will succeed in convincing tbe town trustucky Cavalry, 10th Kentucky Infantry that night. to spend a few days. One Gallon of-tees that a hog law ought to be passed in and other regimenta will be on band. Thero was an educational meeting at twins Miia Cox entertained a numthis town. There is creat comolalnt nf Mrs. Fermelja Carson, wife ot Char- the Monday evening lu the ber of her young friends at tbe home of gardens being injured by these Btealthy lie Carson, living near the mouth of Car- interest of the colored gradod Bchool of her uncle, Prof. Milford White, last Fri- invaders, penter's Creok, diod on tho night of tho this place, in which Col. W. O. Bradley, day evening. Dr. A. G. Lovell has been ill. Miss 10th. She had not lived long in that W. I. Williams and Superintendent J. The Colonels, of Richmond, eang at S.tllio Cook is visiting friends in town. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you section, but was beloved and respected Hunt McMurtry made addresses. the Baptist church to a very good audi Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Carr vfs'ted Livings-to- n by all who knew her. She leaves a husMrs. Lizzie Doty Adams Buffered ence. Ihe singlnn was verv fine and this week. Mrs. D. M. Poynter has band aud two children to mourn her quite a painful accident Monday at the much enjoyed by those present. been quite ill. Mrs. Val Freeman is very lose. Her health was dnllcato and hear- homo of her brothor, Mr. Miss Rose Caudill, of Barbourvllle, Jesse Dotv.a low witn tnroat trouble. t t ing of the death of her mother is sup tew iuiics irom L&nrMlur. nmu Is spending the week with Mies Ruby In The wife of Mr. Joe Ramsey was posed to havo had a serious effect on her manner sho fell and broko one of .It is. her Gatliff. illss Florence Miller, of Bar- called from earthly labors Friday, May physical condition. wrists, from which sho suffers much bourville, ia visiting Mrs. J. M. Etllflon. 17th. A good woman has gono to her , Tho political cyclone struck the pain Last Thuraday evening Mr. and Mrs. reward. Sho leaves two daughters, MIbs democratic party iu this county last year Mrs. A. It. Boirne. a former tnnrhpr Richard Faulkner entertained at their as well as soma other places, and this of Garrard College, under Prof. J. S. home on the Academy hill in honor of Gaytie ond MrB. Andrew Baker, to Any Shade you like. year republican candidates for tho nomi- Skinner, has accepted tho chair of lan- Miss Ellla Parrott, of Barbourville, who mourn the loss of tho best of mothers. Joseph Thompson, aged 20, son of nation to repreaurt Cissy and Russell In guages in Kentucky University. This is is visiting them. William Thomasou, died Saturday last of the Legislature have como out thicker ap honor not often conferred upon many Sunday afternoon whilo some young blood poisoning. He was injured in the than tiddlers in hades. It waa supposed ladles, however much ability they may mm were ecullling with each othiir new quarry near this place by a rock fallfor uomo time that no domocrat would possess. Harve Kvjans became angry and cut dare to make tho race. Hut it seems that Lancaster In rejoicing over the fact Thomas Wellsmith with a knifu across ing upon him. An operation was perthe republican who gets tho nomination of having a new passenger train on the tho leg. The wound is not serious It formed, but too late to aid tbe unfortunate young man. will not have a plear field before him. K. O. The two trains meet hero at 4 is said Evans was drinking consideraMr. M. F. Briukleywas here during o'clock in tho afternoon. Tho first two bly. BR0DHEA0, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. tho week. Mrs. J. K. McClaty in worse. or three afternoons such crowds gatherMrs. Edward Sproule, of Junction Mrs. W. H.Cox is quite ill. Mr. J. W. We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and laThe L. & N. is putting in n new wa- ed at tho depot as to impress an observer City, Is visiting Mrs. Sproulo's paints Nesbllt is on h business trip to Yosemite n "train1 had never passed this ay Dr. W. B Finlny and Ills sister, Miss that dies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and meter tank bore. Wo are unde'r obligations to Mr. Jack They tell us that tho entertainment before. Anna, are in Louisville this week. Mrs. Welch, a former county boy, who is now dium price ladies' Shoes our $1 29, $1 50 and $2 goods are bargains. --The many friends of Mies AlHo J. Q. McCracken, of Mound Landing, at the Christian church last Saturday Walker, of Paint Lick vicinity, regret to III , will spend tho summer with her Bi- with Roth A Halle, for courtesies shown We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medi night was quite a success. us while on a recent trip to Cincinnati. urn price goods. Our men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great bargain Wo want to aak the peoplo of the hear of the accident that befell her Son-d- ster. Mrs. M. M. Tutt. in South WilliamsM. O. Miller, Jr., telegraph operator Is in while driving with her brother burg community not to forget tho strawberry from Glen Marv, Tenn., toaeo homo folks Call and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing Ol and ice cream supper at tho Wilmot Ho-- 1 Their buggy ran upon an enbankment, Circuit court is not reaching any- and friends. Mrs. Ann Fish is verv ill. stock and it costs you nothing to look. throwing Miss Walker out and bruising thing but criminal business. J. V. Par-titol next Saturday night. The examining trial of Rev. Capps, Mies Susie Hilton, of Rowland, it her quite severely. At first it waa thought was given one year for kukluxing: who attempted to murder his wife last visiting the Woodyard and Cherry fa in I she was seriously hurt, but all will be Thomas Logan two years for murder; glad to know it is only a painful and se- Nelson Bryant six years for detaining a weea; oy snooting her lour times, was Ilea this week. Miss Iva rainier Is livheld here Tuesday and he waa held in ing in town again. Mr. Joseph Carson, vere bruise. female. Nelson met Mrs, Gregory, who the sum of $3,000 to await the result of Married on Wednesday evening by formerly lived near Hnstonville, and of North Carolina, is visiting our place the wounds inflicted. The prisoner could once more and ono of our young ladies Hv. F. M. Hill, at tho residence of the offered to show her to tho hotel at Cor- not make bond and was returned to jail' was the cause of his Visit. Mr. Joioph bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornult, a bin, but took her another way and rob- Owing to the excitement and threats cf McClary, of Stanford, stopped oil with few miles from Lancaster on tho Fall bed hbr and made indecent proposals. vengeance a guard has boen placed at itis this week. Bro. Pike Ailed bis ap- Lick pike, their daughter, Miss Lucy E. Win. Booker plead guilty of murder and the jail to protect the prisoner. The plea We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call pointment at Gillead church last Satur- Cornult, and Mr. Alvln Hates, of this whs given a life sentence for killing Am- of insanity will probably be made. We and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. day and Sunday. Our friend and broth- place, A reception was given tbe newly brose Cook last Fall. are informed that the county attorney er Perauder Uiatt came down last Tues- wedded pair at the home of tho groom's Tho Williamsburg Institute held hB8 a letter, which was written by Capps parents on Lexington street. day looking as well as usual. Ita regular commencement exercis- before committing tbe deed, saying he Prof. Henry Elliott waa visiting In es this week. Itev. J. N. Prestridgo You had an account of the attempt was going to kill his wife and commit ed murder of his wife by W. Q. Capps Harrodsburg last week. Mra. George H. preached the Baccalaureate sermon Sunsi'icide. She had recently filed suit for White Lead and Oik, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and. aud his effort at suicide. The woman is Bruce is the guest of her narntji. Mr. day. Tuesday evening tbe Smithsonian divorce. Capps' second wife and bad been mar- aud Mrs. Eph Brown. Mrs. Mattle P. Society gave an open session. WednesOil?, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of OFALOCALNATUBir ried something over a year. They had Frisbieand Miss Ellon G. Owsley are day evening Dr. Kerfoot, of Louisville, been getting along very badly and had visiting relatives in Danville. Samuel delivered the annual address. ThursCol. W. O. Bradley has now 1,029 separated two or three times, but had Lusk, ot Uogaett Academy, is a visitor day morning the graduating exercises Instructed votes, when only 087 are made up their trouble. She sued him of his aunt, Mrs. E.nraa Kauffman. Mr. were held in tho Baptist church and on necessary for a nomination. for divorce and ho tried to induce her to and Mrs. F. C. Brown, after a stay of sev Tbured.iy evening tbe president's recepIN VIEW OF- The hardware firm of Farley Bros , withdraw it, without avail. She said she eral weeks In Lancaster, loft Monday to tion was held at Johnson Hall. of Richmond, one of the oldest in Cenhad seen enough troublo already and visit Mrs. Brown'u parents in OwenBboro. tral Kentucky, has assigned. Dan vn le, J, L. Bruce qualified as tbat if it was not for her little children Mr. Win. Herndon is at Martinsville, The Barren Fork coal mines, in that sho would rather bo dead than Ind., for tho benefit of his health. W. administrator of James R. Marrs. Among county, were sold Monday to J. T. alive. "Well," said he, "I will kill you C. Price, of Danville, was the guest Tues his iiBets is a life insurance policy of 12,- - Slade, of Lexington, for $10,000. ,JULY 1, 1895, we offer theu,"nnd began his bloody work. Capps day of his mother, Mrs. Subbu Price. 500 in the New York Mutual. W. J. Sal. Thero are six murder cases to eseuiB to bo crazy, but such a freed would Mra. James Fish and daughter, Mies lee, coal dealer, has assigned with liabil at the Columbia court. A parri Henry, of Crab Orchard, and Mrs. ities of 51.500. Ton shares Boyle Na-- i cide and a almost mako tho dovfl Insane, fratricide are among the Black, of Kaoxville, Tenn., wero guests tioual stock Bold at ISO. Mr. and Mrs number. The 14th anniversary of tho order of the first of the.wcek of Mrs. W. A. Ar- Robert Harding entertained fully 150 of Everything in our line, such as Lieut Lucien Young, U. S. N , has will bo celebrated nold. Mra. E. L. Harris and t ie Maccabees friends Friday evening in honor of been son, George, their chosen to deliver tho memorial day throughout tho United States on June have returned from a visit to W. II. Hur- - their nieces, Miss Mary Margaret Hardaddress at Arlington. The lieutenant is 11. Thu order now has a membership ris and wife, at CrHftln. Mm ing and Miss Florence Hill, of Henry a Casey county product. of more than 100,000, and has . paid out Kauffman was In Danville.. Tueadav. county. J. S. fc Homur Baughman sold Mr. Mr. F. G. Brady received a dispatch Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, nearly H500,000 in death nud disability and Mrs. Ed Price and boh. Joo, are in to M. J, Ferris 75 acres of land, part of vesteruay stating that his brother, . Mr. Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you benefits. the Hutchtngj tract, adjoining J. Harlan Madison visiting relatives and friends. H. W. Brady, of Frankfort, had died of a large stock to select from. T. M. Crutcher, the young merchant On Tuesday night, June 4, tho Ken- uud Strode eager at S07. Advocate. consumption. Besides a wife, Mr. Bra-d- y of Ghent, who was reported minsinp, has tucky Declamatory League, left several children. Mn. W alto.v. Pieaae say to tho very turned up in Chicago. Ilo wrote his last year in Oynthiaua, will which met meet at the cind and loviug friends tl'at my George Houncell, of Clay countv. heart wife that ho was there and almost destiin Lancaster under the aus goes out in love and thankfulness for was burning brush recently. It's a hot tute and added that he did not know pices of Garrard College. hand. groat kindness and sympathy to us job, and he took his clothes off. Preshow ho got there. some gold medals wilt' be awarded the their in our great sorrow, especially to Judge ently they burned up. He went home The free coinage of silver at any ra winners of first and second prizes. There Divison for his kind oiler to us. I can after dark. tio, except the market ratio, means the have boen seven entries, as follows: John Parsons was given a year in notexprees my appreciation of his kindMexicanzition of our currency. Tho Eugene Pope Hogsett Academy jail at hard labor for stealing a bushel of I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluness. Mrs. Anna McOlary. containing moro silver Mexican dollar, "How Ho Saved St. Michaels." corn in Mercer county. Will Jerald, tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imours, is worth less than 50 cents in John Allon than Oynthlana Graded School The Queen & Crescent Route will sell colored, who "held up" a boy and rob- possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming the world's market. "Bernado Dellarpros." tickets to Latonia and return at one and bed him of 10 cents' worth of cakes, wta to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these At Sutnmitville, near Anderson, Thos. H. Shanks d fare from all statioua in Ken- given 15 months in tho pen. Garrard Oolege men in the goods will arrive in the next few days. Ind,, ono of the "The Sorrow Rohab." tucky. The races will be held this year Tbe Middleaboro Belt Line Itailroad vicinity was found dead in his buggy. J. BellEuglemau.Danville Graded School from May 23d to June 20th. Aek agento will be sold May 28. It is 20 miles 1 He had boen murdered by robbers, who on. . V, ltlnearson, (i. P. lor particulars. "Catiline's Defiance." llio Knoxville, Cumberland Gap., and probably mistook him for another man. John II. O. Norman, Harrodsburg Academy A., Cincinnati, A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat ,$1,50 worth $3. Louisville will be sold about June fO. 'Listen to the Mocking Bird" was ,- "By Their Fruita Ye Shall Know Buclclln's Arnica Salve. Rlnrk rann Mcintosh S?.7C worth Ac.cn. Mptiq canrlolo -l The road connects Middlesboro and written 40 years ago last week. The The bot lalve In the woiM for cuti, bru'ics, Them." Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee'pant suits for torct, ulctri, tall rheum, fiver sores, teller, chap- Knoxvillo. Both these roads are to be for 45c, composer, Soptimua Winner, is still re- A. Duncan Davis and all AT ...Nicholasville Graded ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay ilciu eruptions, sold by order of the Federal 1. Cn. ....... nlmncf 4n..k1 fifr dr in T.ACt. 1. nn. 5.j CO and j. j , wnrth u...woi. uuuuic, mens wj., repuireil. It is Court. It positively cure piles, or ceiving royalties from it, as the copySchool. guaranteed to cue pedect sailsaction or money . la estimated that to purchase the and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2.50 to $7.50, worth $$ to It right does not expire until 1807. rclundt'd. t'ncu 15 cents per box. for sole by "How Ho Saved St. Michaels." Feuny, Stautord, Ky. turnpikes of this county and to macada- $15. Mens fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor Mrs. Sarah Stephan, an aged widow, Jesse Holman Harrodsburg Graded mize the 300 or 400 miles of dirt roads made for 5 12. 50 to $1$, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods who keeps a small candy shop in KingsA Quartor Century Toat. OUIIUOI. ot a century Or. King's Xew Dis- and pay the interest necessary will in are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. For quarter ton, N. Y.Js beliaved to be the rightful "My Country, My Mother, My God." coverya has been tested and the million who have the next 10 years cost over one million heir to an estate of $28,000,000 left by Dr, Sample, a Presbyterian divine of received benefit from its use testily to Its wonder! dollars. Go slow gentlemen. Look beful curative powers in all diseases bor brother in Australia. Ft. Townsend, Washington, who preach- Chest and Luugt. A remedy tnat ol the Tnroat has stood the fore you leap. Count the cost. Free Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know The report of the assessor just com- ed Sunday morning and eveninir. seek test so leutr and that has'given so universal satis. Kach bottle is faction Is no pleted shows the population of George- ing a call to tbe church here, bus re ly guaranteed experiment.. or the manevpositive-hn turnpikes would bo mighty nice, but are that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them to irive relief will admitted to most town to be 4,400, an increase of 1G0 over turned home. It seems his name was relunded. It isColds. Trial be tho free atreliable they feasablo. Iticbmond Climax. lower than the lowest. Donjt buy your dress or silk shirt waist unfor Coughs and bottles A. H. 1604. Penny's drug store. Largesize joe aud Jt. curiously aud amusingly tangled in the President Cleveland bas placed Ad- til you, see how cheapl will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have John F. Cook, Jr., the only negro s T Kat in all the latest novelties, both in stvle and rnlnr r o various announcements mado in regard miral Meade, charged with insubordina-tioIt May Do aa Much for You resident of Bonnerport, Idaho, has just to him. Elder George Gowen stated at Mr. Fred Miller 01 Irving, HI. writes that he on tbe retired list and in doins no check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for been elected mayor ot tlie town. Kidney trouble for many years, Christian church that "Dr. Simple" had a Severe with severe pains in his back and also that his administered a severe rebuke to 'him nan price. The gold reserve baa been increased the tried many sj called was would preach at the uniou services that bladdor cures alfccied. Heany good Carpets and Mattings. My, prices on these will surprise you. They but without KldneX result. About for conduct which the Executive deto $08,122,7(50. Tho available cash balevening. Aa it was Mr. Gowen's turn to a year ago he began use ol .Electric bitters and clared waa at variance with a ance is $182,621,002. commend. are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. found relief at once. deliver the union sermon and as many adapted to euro ot all Electric lilt tors Is especially able career and inconsistent with Kidney and Liver trouble The invention of the typewriter has tbe ex.l A Great Bargain. A black.stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for $ 1. 15 employment to bait a toillh n of of bia congregation had never even and olten gives almost instant relief. One trial ample which an officer of his bleh rant worth $3. sequel Buy and sell for Cash. given Price onlv nr will nrove our statement. beard of the visiting divine, it was amu- - arge bottles At A. K. Penny' Drug store. in. should furnish. a3S35 women. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. ..nf - court-hous- e singly concluded that Elder Go wen was jtlju ie8t wMl ,.,. 'nuuiKinK n nera nti1 1.1,1 utavmllv ilnlil.o.l Mmaair "Dr. Simple." That evening Mr. Gow- having leared that tho name waa not "Simple," but whs spelled with nn "a" in its llret syllable, introduced him as ','Dr. Sample," considering him appropriately named for the time being, at leHBt, us ho was hero in tho capacity of a 'sample" to the Presbyterians. But the name being spelled "Sampl," in pronounced Stm pie, wo hnvoriince learned. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- - SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. - j . Flannel, Worsted, LusterH. : lay-scho- J. ! M'ROBERTS. -- y court-hous- e "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ONLY: $1.40', PER: GALLON. Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. SHOES AND CLOTHING. V y, n W. E. PERSISTS, Crab Orchard. Wall Paper&Alabastine - Wl I Mixed Paints & Varnishes, fa d W. Bo M9BOBESBT. Pu-las- ki AT COST FOR CASH WAGONS, PLOWS, HARNESS, FARRIS & HARDIN ACHANGE JAMBS F1YE, HUSTONYIIXE, KY. court-hous- e To M one-thir- best-kno- wn aXiOTiiiisrcs-1 --- ,- it j 1 ...., A.-- DBESS GOODS n, i:. . " flThe 1 nA.ifctLl!'nlli tV mM$ . r .,! n . T Tf fc.rHHl1f w Younq Allkn Thuhman, who aspires Frank P. Hastings has been received 'democratic leadership of Ohio, at Washington as tbo representative of to the moved thereto not by any merit of his Hawaii. The Texas Department of Educatiou owu for be is a very ordinary individual, .. . . . .. May 24, 1895 3rANFORD. Kr., ins lauiur b has ruled that nuns can not teach in the out oy me prcnugo oi V. great f.ll name, 1b out in an interview ridiculing Texas pupllc schools. Late particulars are to the effect and criticising Carlisle's speech, which VV. P. WALTON. of that by tho sinking of tho Spanish be says convicts the great Kentuckian mendacity and plagiarism, claiming that Bteamer Gravina, 1G8 lives wero lost. Death sentence has been passed upSecretary Carlisle Ht Sherman has made the speech over and Tim Bpeech of Bofcing, Green, Covington in bohalf of a sound money over ng.vin. It is strange that the asso- on Columbus Phelps at of his 1G fixed ns tho date more than met the fullest expectations ciated press will send out Buch stuff and jnd AMgust 8trangr8till that reputable papers will execution. of it. It is such a simple, plain, unvarnThur-mau- 's Robertson county at present is all ished array of facts supporting his posi- publish the nonsense. Young torn up over the liquor question, and though p1ace is In a feeble minded intti-tuttion tint the way faring man whether or not the prohibition law be ho a fool cm not err therein. He shall be repealed will be decided the conclusively what a ruinous efshowed "Wish men change their minds, fools fect the free nni unlimited coinage of never." Mr. Carlisle admits that his loth of next month Plunger Geo. Snnllwood's mother silver, only worth half as much bs gold, views on the silver question have bpen brings suit to recover $5,000 alleged to would have on every busineas and inter- materially changed since 1S78, both by a local pool est. The whole world would dump its careful study of the question and in the have been lost by her aon in rooms on races. Damages lu the sum of silver into our mints to bo coined at the light of experience. If there is anything expense of the people into dollars, which to jeer the secretary for in that, we fail $5,000 aroalHO prayed for. The overdue Bteamer La Gascogne would pass no whcro else, bnt at their toeeeit. haa arrived at Now York. It was delayluillinn valne. Tha Immediate reBiilt is bad on Desha Breckinridge and ed by the breaking of a piston rod which It would not b the inflation of the currenappointed under replaced the one broken during tbo Bhip's cy, as is claimed, but would contract it by the deputy collectors 1025,000,000 of the income tax law, but we Bhall not cry. long and perilous voyage of last Februthe withdrawal ot the directed that ary. gold now in circulation, every dollar of Commissioner Miller has tax col lectors be discharged A report cornea from Crockett, which would be eliminated from the nil income and they will cease to draw pay from the while two young men were fish-ichannels of trade. Ho claims that silver government May 25. Neches river, their canoe was attack-ebut that we is not demonetized by alligators and broken up, and the have 50 times as many lrgal tender silver NEWSY NOTES. young men wero torn in pieces by the dollars as were coined up to 1873, dollars Joseph Johnson fell across a circu- brutes. that-wkeep as Rood as gold, without "Gen." Kelly, who led a detachment of our gold, thus maintaining an ac- lar saw at Columbus, O , and was cut in Hloas ofCoxey's army to Washington, is two. tual bimetallism, which we never were Adam Gross, of South Bend, Ind , again on his way to the national capital able to maintain under free coinage of by taking an ounce from California. He is traveling in a both metals. We wish wo had space to wound up a drunk prairie Bchooner with his family,, and give the speech in full. It ia an eye of carbolic acid. Mr. Watterson has been invited to. will lecture and get signers to a petition opener, an educator and abound to have deliver the address at the Atlanta expo- for government help for the poor. it salutory effect on the craze that is Gen. William Cogswell, of Massachsweeping the country. Mr. Carlisle he sition on Kentucky day. John McKyley attempted to board a usetts, died at Washington. For severgan hia speech by saying he waa a canat Maysville, and falling al years ho had been a leading member didate for no office in the gift of the moving train cut off. of Congress, and in the last two Conpeople or their representatives and end- had a leg and arm men, including nine Chi- gresses he was one of tho most active Fourteen ed It with soma personal allusions, aproexplosion of nit- members of tho overshadowing commit, pos to the many misrepresentations of nese, were killed by an Pinole, Cal. tee on appropriations. Ho was a repubhis former utterances on the question. roglycerine at lican. at John Erickson hung himself He had never herd tb,e position claimed stating that he 111., and left a note matrTmonial matters. for him, but experience had materially formed without Berious feared he would becomo insane. cuaDged ideas According to the most reliable estiThe Cuban insurrection seems to be consideration, though on the question 230,000,-00- 0 The insurgents have been routed mates the world contains of free coinage his convictions bad never over. grown women. leader, Jose Marti, killed. been shaken. The masterly address and their A statibtical authority says that a Peter Jackson, tbe colored pugilist, ought to be in the hands of every voter is best retired from tho ring and Bays he woman's chance of being married and we trust eteps will be taken to have has 20 and 25. After 50 her chance between will live a private life from now on. it printed and spread broadcast over The contract for street signs in is one in 10,000. the State. Mr. David S. Purdom, "of Hubble, Louisville has been awarded to the CinRoll-in- g Company at and Miss Lizzie E. Gibson, of tbe The South Carolina negroes are jubi- cinnati Pure Aluminum this city yesFork, were married in lant over the action cf a U. S. judge, 1.25 a aign. Taylor-AdvoMiss Emma Pendrick, of Philadel- terday afternoon by Rev. W. F. injunction against who has granted an the holding of a constitutional conven- phia, picked a pimple on her prettv lip The new woman shows up in the old tion in that State, cilled to impose regis- and is now dying from blood poisoning, role in Montana. She is the assistant attration requirements on all persons who as a result of it. is to Charles Hoerrigar, of Bucyrus, O. torney general of that State, and effer to vote. It is claimed that the progeneral, who defeated attorney posed law is to prevent the negroes, who was thrown from his bugy and killed wed the whites, from getting pos while returning from a visit to his Bweet-bea- rt her for tbo office. outnumber the -- Wm. Bush and Miss Ida Ridlen, of in the country.. session of the State" government, but as Shelby ville, Ind., rode to St. Paul, a dis Five Americans, and nine Chinese it applies to all alike, there is no apparon the same norse anu 12 ent discrimination on account of race were killed by an explosion of nitro tance of miles, were married. The young lady's father color or previous condition of servitude. glycerine at Pinole, Cal. Tbe victlmB o'ppo6ed her marriage to Bush because were blown to atoms. The position of the judgo seems untenaFour men were suffocated and a the latter wsb a democrat. case will go to the supreme ble, and the Mrs. Mary Shrove Goodloe RanBom court, though It can not be decided in number of others seriously affected by coal mine Bullitt was granted an absolute divorce time tor the holding of the convention a an explosion of powder in a from her husband, Col. Cuthbert Bulhear Fairmont, W. Ya. the proposed time. if she will TheL. AN. has given $5,000 and litt, at Louisville, and now of the Bupreme court on the Pennsylvania $2,500 to help make get herself to a nunnery and cease from Tub decision the Income tax law and the dissenting the G. A. R. encampment in Louisville troubling, all will be forgiven. The irony of fate was brought forciopinions occupy many columns of space in September a success. society woman of but boiled down into a few words the A little girl in Brooklyn lost both bly home to a young tbo other day. While whole thing is a direct tax and therefore feet by being run oyer by a trolley car. Dulutb, Minn., unconstitutional. As tbe law had al- She sued the company and obtained with friends on a visit of inspection to the county jail there, she discovered in ready been rendered largely nugatory, judgment fot $13,208.68. cell 23 tbo young man to whom Bhe was decision knocking it out entirely' is, the Russell Sage is of tbe opinion that much better. Under it, as previously the Supremo Court income tax decision engaged. His crime was burglary. Friends of the young lady here Jiave decided, the tax would not have raised marks the beginning of tbe downfall of have been a Populism and extreme sectionalism. received invitations to the marriage of over IIO.OCO.OOO and would Clay, of Mayslick, Mason ending source of law suits und never Charles P. Beile walked from St. Mfes Marv county, to Mr.jGerrit H. Albere, a lawyer evasions. Louis to New York, 1,100 miles, in 43 Rapids, Micb. Miss Ulay was drtye. He had up a wnger of $1,000 that of Grand Thk Marqiusa of QueenBberry may ho could walk tbe distance in 50 days. aBchoolmateof Misses Anne Shanks and Daughters College. not observe his cvn rules in fighting, The strike in the Pomeroy, O., coal Mary McKinney at but ho is a fighter all the samo. His Boswell and Mits Cordie Ouas. ia over. The last of the miners , stalwart son, Lord Alfred Douglas, in- dlsrict out for an increase m wagts Yankee were married at Lobanon in the holding They tried to sulted him and be gave him a eeyere nnnntv clerk'B office. have given in and returned to work. were overtaken by chastisement right in Piccadilly. It wss John B. O'Bannon, of the Metro- elope last Friday but girl, who pura disgraceful spectacle, but it is just such of the politan Life Insurance Co., was found the irate father an occurrence as is liable to happen in sued them with a shot gun. He caught murdered at Winchester. Ha was last the best regulated families, be thyy En- seen with a neero woman of bad repute. ,am ami hrminht them back to the ti glish or American. attending the ceremony, shot gun in Tho town of Carbon Hill, Ala., waa ty, hand., Airiiocau Ohio has a candidate for visited by burglars. Sunday night, who, Tho Lstekior Journal wsb right as McKin-leaway stolen goods in wagons UBual. One of the West End couples reafter taking president in the person of Gov. set fire to buildings, causing $20,000 los.. ferred to lu our last, married at 4 o'clock the Cincinnati Commercial-Gazettto boom ex Frauk Helm, of Valparaiso, Ind., Wednesday. Mr. Arch B. McKinney never loses an opportunity Harrison for a second term. awoke to Sad a burglar in his room. He and Mrs. Charlotte A. Glvens, Rev. W. President That paper is evidently not affected by attempted to call for help, but his voice W. Bruce performing tbe ceremony. It tbe favorite son business nor is it im- failed him and he has not been able to Is the groom'althird and;the bride's secpressed very largely by the greatness of speak since. ond matrimonial experience and we hope Minnesota's governor has signed tbe the high tariff advocate. that each will find;in the other all that death warrant of Harry Hay ward for in. will make tho evening 6f their lives The Louisville Poat, which has favored citing and planning the murder of Cath- that pleasant and happy. Mr. McKinney ia Hardin for governor, can not stand his erine Ging in Minneapolis. He will be a thrifty farmer and an excellent gentle freeeilver meddling in the Owensboro hanged June 21. man. while his new wife id noted for her . convention and his attempt to repudiate While returning from church near traits and evenness of 'the National platform, and now says: Anderaonville, Ind., Leroy Sloan and many attractiveTholN7EBIOB JOCHNAL IS fnmnarmBnt. Two plain duties lie before the democrats Andrew Myers quarreled. A fight folproud to claim both aslta best friends of Kentucky; the flrst is the defeat of lowed in which Myers was seriously cut and takes pleasure in extenuinp; ita conMr. Hardin; the second ia the defeat, of and Sloap fatally cut. gratulations and beet wishes. Mr, Blackburn. The Merchants .National Bank at Seattlp, Wash., has suspended. One of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Thk prices of all farm products are go- the causes of the failure was too great ing np; wages are being increased in holdings of real estate securities. It was Dan Holman Bold to C M. Jones 10 nearly all the factories and better times a government depository. yearling cattle at $10. are dawning oyery where. All the counJohn Anderaon bought in the EaBt A handsome monument to the Contry Heeds ia a return to prosperity for federate dead of North Carolina was End a small bunch of hogs at 3Jc. A number of cows have died in the the voters to undo their work of last with. fitting ceremonies at Bigns all point to both lately from eating buckeye. Fall, and the in tbe presence of an immense West End devoutly to be wished. of nico oats just received. Call A car throng of people Tuesday afternoon H. Baughmau & Co. Thomas J. Golver, a well known before buylug. J. for the peoCot. Hanks ia a good man W. M. Matheny bought of E. T. ple of Anderson to let stay at home and summer resort manager, who had ar Pence eight 450 pound calves at $10.50. To take it is likely they will do so. Ho is a can- ranged Sulphur charge of the Greonbrler Cob Jack Boaley engaged his lambB Springe this summer, Legislature In opposition White didate for the to Jesse Lynn for June 1st delivery at 5c. Vu., on Monday. to the election of Gov. McOreary to the died at Richmond, r1bh of vearllng cattle at $12,75 and Judge Perkins has decided at CovSenato. He oughtn't to stand as much In the- - Midway election of officers in sheen at $3 are reported of a chance aa a short tail bull in fly ington that tbe term of Clipper. 1803 was for the constitutional time. M. F. Elkin bought of Christ Ador, four years. He declares tho call of the a lot of butcher Carlisle baa changed bis Louisville council for a general city election in No- J. E. Lynn and others stuff at 3c. vember void. da'e to Wednesday night next. jemi-Weekly Interior JoMflL A The Lexingtou Gazulte reports the sale of 50 bend yearling cattle, 852 pounds average, at f 32. Tho Kontucky Poultry Aesociation which has Its show at Lexington during the fair offers $5,000 In prizes. llnlma, tho great son of Hanovpr, was sold by Byron McClelland to the Fleishmans for the neat sum of $25 000. Attention 1h called to the Bile of 20 fine trortingbrod atock by Col. Junlna V. Johimnn in Scott county tho 5th of ENTERPRISE ! NTEGRITT June. e. -- - .- I Tho Louisville races were a shining success and Litonln, which bean its Spring meeting yesterday, promises to follow suit. Mr. J. W. Smith, of P.dnt Lick, returned from Louisville yesterday where he sold seven hogsheads of tobacco at $1 45 to $15.25. Governs every movement, every idea, every transaction at the Louisville Store. ! ..! t b ;c fc.l IJUIU r fi, rrmnf hiic?n:j. Its vibrations arc felt in every A IIV lllVUw 13 .www. - , department, every aisle and on every floor. For every cent expended we return full value. No discrimination is mauc uwkh in, small purchases and the great, the rich and the poor, the experienced Our pHCCS All lmvf tllP S.1lC adVatltaUC. nnrl tli innvnnrinnrnrl w IMIU til IIIWAWWIIWIiwwUI ll lHliv arc the lowest on every article, whether it be Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing Hats, Caps, Shoes or I urnishings. V w - Tex-as.th- at n d to-d- av, P V Drouthe, bug, frosts and unfavorable reports from the new crops sent wheat n p to SO cents at Chicago. The farmers ire going to be happy yet, you The best quality, the largest variety and the newest styles coupled bet. lowest prices place us at the head of the procession ol Shoe Lost. Red Bte'er, dehorned and with the weiglia about 800 pounds. Left W. B Dealers in Stanford. Hill's farm about Feb. 1st. Liberal reward for return. T. W. Kinney, Junction City. Hornpipe, the gallant winner of the great Brooklyn Handicap, In the opinion sell at $1 will go this week at 50 of his trainer, has run his last race, hav- A big lot of Ladies Oxfords made to ing been permanently lamed by his cents. Wednesday last. D N. Prowltt Iirb so far this season bought about 3,500 lambs. He bought yesterday Ben Uriuht'a crop of 100, for 15th of June delivery at 5 cents; 70 from Men's Dick Cobb and 50 from Harry Bush at 5 Actually a saving of 25 per cent, on all clothing bought of us. cents for Juno 1st and 4 cents for July well made single breasted sack suit, never sold for less than $7, spc. 1st delivery. Advocate. sold for less than $S, special price The Ball Bros, of Versailles, will cial $4. Men's all wool sack, never handle Mr. W. A. Trlbblo'a fine mare, Kate'Malloy, again this Reason and ehe will be shipped there next Monday. She ia in fine condition for work and promises to wear ninny blue tieB this season. Specials for this Week: Men's and Boys' Suits ! Boys' Long Pants Suits, Mo-lin- o, doiewing Plain PEMXMMP - Wanted, to preferred. Mr. C OL, U.- Garment J. CRAIG, nrar Danville tot. gate, Stanford, Kj, to-d- ay t.i' TO" THE LADffiST" Pmcm reasonable. Come in aud give me a ti:al. I employ none but firit clau help Por At pretent I can bo found at Miai Cam ter' residence oa I.ancatter Stwt. MISS MARY D. SMITH, Reapectlully, Stanford, Ky. ;;-6t- Coat, vest and pants, nicely made, neves sold for less than $4, special sale 52.50. Children's suits, knee pants suits, worth $1.50, go for 75ccnts. I : i ' deure to call your atteutlon to the fact that 1 ready toteive you In Uin.Milof In any tha andallatle. I take what belt faihloo Journal ladtea ahoult wear. and keed potted on I a in LOUISVILLE : STORE, STST., STA1TTOBD, Branch Stores; cate. THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Train night and day. Patron takeo to any part of town Kiee of Charge. Good Livery Attached. ll-day. m A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. WX r I Fare of Hotel Jioo per A. 11. 1IASTIN, Prop. I Will make the eaon at my place, Ealt ol Stanford, at ij mile Pen and Women ! ARE YOU JUDGES OK GOODS? S15 To Iu3uro A Living Colt. Pence bat proved hlmtell to be a breeder ol Hit coltt have told from both ttylend the paiture, without any training billi, at Sijo (o $150 thete hard time. Mare taken care ol at $J er month, but not reipontible for accident. A. M. PENCE, Stanlord, Ky. 13 EAGLE BIRD! THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, Winner of Jjoo tke at Lexington, won tccond money In Jjoo tUke at Veralll, winner ot aged premium and wceptake at Paha, also winner of other preiuiunuin 1S93, unce which time he ha bevn in the itud. mall EAGLE lllKDUa betulllul brown, with ruaue Ur, atandaovcr 16 hands, hat a flowing and a heavy tail. Eaglo.Hird wai tired by King EaRie, winner of more than 40 blue tie. tat dam by Star Eagle, Dett ton ol Cabbell't Lexington. ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, ton ef Wathington Denmark. 3d dam by Harnt' Denmark, ton ol Miller' DenEagle lllrd wilt nuke the teaton ol i&j at In the d1! elbr two mile wctt ol Starford, City pile, at the extremely low price of ta-b- Do yon know a bargain when you see it? Since the day Dry Goods were introduced in lieu of fig leaves there is nothing to compare with what we arc 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 As Low as the Lowest In any market. We have the best made, best fitting and best trimmed Clothing, both ready made and made to order ever offered in this city.. All the nicely dressed men and boys are 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 richt. Come and sec us. "ia'k- - $15 to Insurea Living Colt. , y, e Money or caih nete will be required when a I.vidk colt it obtained. tltft rrJr..- - III..1 .. a.- - if nrrsf.tt ihnw tlOrlet ltl Kentucky, at hit record in 3;j will attest. A a breeder ol fine, good colored, high ttyled celt ne tt not tutpatted. Mareatrom a dittance will bo lurnUbeu era; a after May itt at f 50 per month and mutt be paid marc, at the removal cl the tn 111 A ..l... nr.ti.nl nrrli!nt anil et r capet, but will not be retpontlble thoulu any oc cur. Parting with or removal 01 marut loneiit me 1 HUGHES & TATE. St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Co., inturancr. Wallace Denmark, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. Got all the gait to perfection and without any training trots under a 40. Killeen and hand high. Hy Sumpter Denmark, Jr., he by Coddanl Denmark, he by Gaine & Cromwell' Denmark, norto Denmark, be by Imp.lledge. he by the 1 three-quart- r p WOOD3 55. er t- - All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing done in first class style. .? ford. 1 dair -- bert, thoroughbred. by 3 dam.by Vlrciniu. dam of VlrKiniut Maton' thoroughbred; be by 3 Dy annie Wallace no. v, Todhuuter'a Sir Wallace, oy ......, air aiwic, u. fce Horse.Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. by bir Al- Tran-b- y, dam ...a Whip mare. MR. & & KWLEY. EN EXPERIENCED FSIUTER. T $10 the Insurance Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. if ' 1L1EX1B1L 2. "" uu-vail- ed Ri-lei- gh Sixteen hand high, llr Wallace Denmark 55, See pedigree ol Wallace Denmark 35. by litood't 1 dam Mac 37, by Vidette. by Vindex, Old black Hawk. Videtie'. he lilack .... irki by .. ,lnm riqlUtlti .ft dam Old .... Tiger. Vindex'a wt dan. by Mimbriuo Chief j 11, ad dam uv Olu nay .uetienger, ju Cannon' Whip, a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod huntcr'a Sir Wallace, he. by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. Whip, thor3 dam by Virginlut, he by Maton'a oughbred. 4 dam a Whip man. BICYCLES f BICYCLES f 2 $10 the Insurance. fct rv Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my pcrtonal atteution. Uraat furnUhed paid before removal of nt reiuouable rate, to be Cor accidentt or etcipes tock. No retponaibility with tock forfeit inturance. l'a'ting Red Tig for tale. lars; 65 dollar wheels at 50 dollars. Second hand wheels very cheap Bicycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds done. Hundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty Five; 85 dollar wheels at 65 dol- J. STEELE CARPENTER, I Huitoa!lle, Ky. W. H. WEAKEN &. CO. if ijt-- i . i i. r-.- 5 n ,- it mi-Wee- t InteriorJournal ,Ma Clotuino in great variety nt Shanka'.- prlci'H Stankokd. Ky., - i'l, Dhkss goods in patterns at tho lowest at SliHiikfl'. WiTiiBKBifc 1985 I E. C. Walton, Hockkkiuo headquarters for wall paper ami window Bluides. Tiie .republican county convention to send delegates to the Louisville Convention will bo held Juno 31 at 1 o'clock. ' m Business Manager '' Mrs. J. 1 Jonks ami children wont to TiikrkIb a probability thnt Huston- Cincinnati Tueadny. ville, which always makes asticSesa of its s fairs, will Mil J. 0. McClaiiy is visiting have one this year. We hope nt Mt. Vernon. so at any rate. Miia. BoLMNQJs back from , visit to On and after June 1 the dry goods nnd friumls in thtt West Knd. clothing stores will, with tho exception for Mits Lizzik Menkpkb leaves of tho Louisville Store, join the grocerQlneRow to visit friends. ies in closing at 7 o'clock each evening, Misses Annus and Maiiy Alcohn wero except Saturday. in Danrillu shopping this wwult. Mn. J. J. Foley, of Lexington, is There nro fewer free silver and freo his brother, Mr. 12. J. Foley. turnpike men in and around Crab OrMits. J. ft. Owslby and Mrs. HurIi chard than in any portion of tho county. Reld went to LuxiriKton Wechiemlay. The people of thnt end of Lincoln aro Mu. J. II. Ito.UT bus moved bis family generally sound on the Urnies of the day. from EaabMaln street to Cemetery Hill. The ciicult court at Harrodsburg hns Mits. Will Mohklanij spent a day or senttbree men to tho pen so far. Com two with her sister, Mrs. Davie, in Dan mon wealth's-- Attorney Owsley was at villa. home Wednesday and said that ho would Mrs. 8. 12. Hick, of the llcdgevllle sec likely laud another there before the close tion, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. D. of the term. Hoot. .i rein-liveto-da- PERSONAL POINTS. y vis-UI- dk m m ct both man and horse and Constable and Helen Thurmond. wentdowu to bring them back. Mks. G. T. Hklsi and Mils Pinkie Helm, of Danville, have been visiting A NKOito named Charles Wakefield Mrs. Joe F. Waters. Was lodged in j til here Tuesday by Elisor Mrs. J. M. Sallkk, who bns been with W. II. Jones, who arrested him iu Green her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Hooker, returned county ou n bench warrant, charging to Henderson Wednesday. maliciously cutting young MusSallikDoddbhaii, Stanford, vis him with lloo iu this county several years ago. ited tiie family ol S. L. Midkilfon Saturday nnd Sunday. Itichmoud Climax. J. H. BaL'(ihmn A Co. have 7,500 Mr. Joe Sivkhancc caiiio over from bushels of wheat iu their elevator which Lexington, 62 mile, on his wheel in cost them less than 50 cents a bushel. It three hours and 10 mluntes. Hu will is selling in Chicago now at 30c and it can be easily figured what n pile they graduate this session in the Bible will make. They are now pnying 75o a Mr. 0. A. Snyokii, who used to bo with bushel delivered at the mill. Mr. II. 0. Kupley here, is now book Little Persona lb. Mr. P. O. San keeper for the large importing tailors, didge, of the West End, is rejoiciug over 8syder A Wood, Washington, and is do. the arrival of a fine boy, which has reIng well. cently put in his appearance at his Sin. M. F. Hlri.v was made deputy su house, while Mr. B. K. Wearen, of this prema State commander of the Kuights place, is equally as proud of another of tho Maccabees o( the World at the daughter, which his wife presented him National convention at Port Huron, the first of the week. Michigan, last week. Mr. J. M. Sirdlu went to Lexington Mr. W. Bailey Hill is playing in great yesterday to' conduct tho singing at luck. Friday last bis fine Jennet preBroadway Christian church Sunday and sented him with an extra jack colt 3 feet drill tho young people for a song sorvico i chea and Sunday his firstborn camo in tho folowing'Sunduy. thd shape of tho finest boy, bid grandDr. K. B. Smith, a young Homeopathic father says, that was ever born iu the physician from Richmond, is hcru with West End. It ta bard to tell which tho view of locating for the practice of his young man Is proudettt of. profession. I)r. John Craig had built up The county judge appointed Prof. F. h good practice in thin school of mediJ. Daily to udstst him and County Clerk cine before his untimely death. Mn. Douglas Mbiiritt, who hai been J. F. Cummins in the examination of with the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Mis4 Kate Blain for superintendent of Co. for two years in various capacities, schools and tho papers were forwarded lately as lineman, has given up hla job to the board at Frankfort Tuesday, which and will go on the road. He is an hon- will pass on them. There is scarcely n est and sober man and has given satis- doubt thnt the decision will be iu her favor. faction. Fort Trial. Shentf F. P. Elliott, of CITY AND VIBINITY. Laurol, took to that county for trial Wed nesday, Milton Morgan, for forgery, Wm. Silk for waists at Shank'. Stott and K. L. Jncksou, bath charged New designs iu folding bedB and chnirs with murder, who hnvu been iu jail hero at Withers A Hoolwi-'afor safe keeping. The two latter hnvu Go to Wilkiiibon's for n shave, hair cut each heard life sentences passed upon them, but got new trials. and hot und cold btlis, Beit-edi1 Col-leg1 m Mit. Jamkb Givens suflored an attack A lktteh to the Courier-Journeajs of vertigo Wednesday, but was better that Mr. Prescott, the English capitalist, yesterday. ha determined to build a railroad from Mil, E. L. Duddbhah, of Louisville, is the L. A X to Hock Cattle Springs, to vlsltlnR bis parents, Col, uud Mrs. W. II. enable him to market tho vast amount of Dudderar. timber hu baa in that flection. m Mes. James M. McKlwaix, o( Frank, The notice ill this paper caused the is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John lin, arrest of the negro who stole J. P. BalSam Owsley, Jr. Mies Vivian Thurmond, of Hortw lard's horst?. Chief Hughea, of Somer Gave, is visiting her nuntti, Misses Cuttle set, IciegrHphed yesterday that be bad al m ' They are man preacher from tho Kentucky Synod, tho best, thereforo tho cheapest. to a committee. Rev. Nash, All the Confederate soldiers in the Kentucky ChnrleB E. denies editor of the Baptist, emphatically county are requested to meet here tho that he was held in bonds at Washington first Monday in Juno to organize a camp. to keep the peace and that he bad no alThere aro no pensiona in this, tho object only being to form a cloeer union among tercation whatever. The Presbyterian General Atscmbly tho veterans. decided by a vote of 432 to OS to continue For the purpose of testing the value of advertising and particularly The contract for carrying a daily mall tho tnoveraont Intended to givo the Gen- the Interior Journal as a medium through which the public can be from hero to Kingsvillo was awarded eral Assembly absolute control over its reached, the manager of onr Advertising Department and the Interior Judgo Vincent Boreing, of London, tho theological aemlnnries. great Star router. Tho local bidders There nro some people so good that Journal have agreed that in consideration of the Globe Clothing wore not in it a littlo bit. The service it is n wonder to us thnt the Lor J doesn't House giving the readers of this advertisement the benefit of a DIStranslate them. Singulnr us it may nppear COUNT OF TEN does not commence till July 1. PER CENT, on all purchases that they make, wo nru told that n number of our friends Prof. O. U. Holmes, a graduate of of the Christian church objected to wor- there shall be no charge for this space if the returns from this space Centre College nud n teacher of much shipping I" ho Opera Honso and refus- are not satisfactory. We have a stock of experience, announces his candidacy for ed to attend sorvico there. Woo unto superintendent of schools. Ho has a ouch scribes and phnrisees I largo number of friends and thiy say Tho Seventh District Union of tho that they are going to eeo thLt hu'is Christian Eudeavor Society bns just been nominated. Mr. Holmes is a democrat organized nt Danville. It is composed and of coiirso submits bis claims to tie of the societies of Boyle, Lincoln, Gar- Of High Art Clothing, best and latest styles, marked at a very close will of tho party. rard, Mercer and Casov, nnd a conven- margin. In order to gain prestige wc had to sell goods at a close Tin: Gcrmnl College Commencement tion will bo held overy yenr in May. Of margin, and now we are giving our customers the big end of the profPresiexercises bein with a sernon June 2d ficrs whtq elected ti follow;: its. Any one cutting out this dd. and presenting it will we entitled dent, S M. Harbison; vice presiby Bev. Lapoley Mclvee, the declamatory dents, Misa Alico Burgiti, Burgin; Miss contest of Kentucky Leaguo will occur at 7:30 i m., Tuesday following, nnd nt 11 Etha Vanarsdal), Hustonville; Miss Mat-tiMarre, Danville; Mrs, Frank Poteet, a. m , Wednesday, Bev. W. E Ellis will dellvor an address to tho graduates, of Harrodsburg; Mrs. M. 8. Parker, Danwhom there, nre only two, Mipsee Frances ville; Miss Ellen McDowell,, Perryville; and Mr. O. II. Ferran, Danville; corre Helen Berry nnd Mnry Luciie Phillips. sponding secretary, Mihs Nannie Cald Operetta. Mieses Mnry and Frnncfa well, Pnrksville; recording secretary nnd Adams and Helen Taylor wero hero from treasurer, MiVs Emma Adams. No goods will be sold for less than what they are marked, unless a Huatouville yesterday. They say that big preparations nre being made for the .VEW ADVEBTISLMENT. copy of this ad. be presented. The TEST produetiou of the pretty operetta, "The Milk MM," by tho pupils of Christian Oollev , assisted by a number of the HOL3IES young men of town, on Tuesday Ii a canilldilo for Superintendent of Schools of June 4th, in tho college chapel. Lincoln county, jubject to the action ot the Democracy. November election, 1895. The ndiis of tho Christian Eudeavor '' Ending May 31, 1895. will have a supper tho same evening W. S. BURCII, nnd n big time nil round is expected. a No trouble to shovv goods. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re Is a candidate (or Superintendent cf Public School of Lincoln county; subject to the action Frosts continue to come and Wed- of the Democratic party. funded. nesday morning ono of the heaviest of the series appeared. Ice also formed. "THE HEALING WATKRS" STILL FLOW FROM OLD It has been tho longest cold spell experienced In May for many years and vegetation of all kinds will bo more or let b blighted by it. Wo arc told that the corn is much worse injured than was at Since their discovery more than a century 0, first supposed nnd much of it will have these famous Springs ha e gn en r ealtti and pleasure to a mighty army ot Invalids and Tourists to be replanted. Yesterday was cloudy Irjm all parts 61 the world. The Springs are and chilly nnd tho signal service said there would b increasing clouding Hiid Now Open for Reception of Guests. -:- showeiB Friday; warmer. Boatlnz, Rowling, Illljiardi, Dancing, Driving, runic?, uuiacor uamrs, uooa .muiic, new Livery, Excellent Tiik ca8o of A. 0.. Carman ngainet And all that goes Anmake yourCuisine, to visit enjoyable, Greenberry Bright to forco the opening TERMS MODERATE. of a road through bis farm, has been on . , trial Severn! days nnd is still undecided. Hoard and Rooms, 13 to Sij per week. Special Kates to Families and Societies. The old gentleman objects to tho road at Kor further information apply to nil and claims that ho will bo damaged GTJ3 HOFMANN. Prop.. -Crab Orchard, Ky. $2,500 if it is opened. He is represented t by Miller k Helm and Carman by Var-no- n and MoRobertB. After Judge VarnoD had made statement of bis side of tho crse, Mr. Bright got up nnd said, "Gentlemen of tho jury, yon aro not to be lievft n word be says," but we shall see what we shall see. 5, Unexpectedly tho caso came to n head evening and the defendant seems to I will offer st public sale on my place, Edsehill, last a' j milts from Oenrgetown, Ky,, on the buyo beaten it. Seeing that they stood 1 Payne's Depot pike, .AT. show, the plaintifTa attorneys moved to 20 Head of Trotting1 Brod Stock, set aside the report of tho viewers nnd Consist nz and this was done, settling tho case in Two of the of flrood Mares. Geldinzsfcah Fillies. brood mares have filly at side Bright's favor for the present. by Mmmons 3 sS nnd another maro by Rubert Mc- - Zxioler shoes at Shanks'. nrnmnaMna THIS AD. COSTS US NOTHING. .3 WIH. yi o m DISCOUNT CDF 1 PIE1 CENTo 1 i- - CHARLES II. ove-nin- g, WILL LAST WEEK. i-- i i 1 1. U i Crab Orchard Springs. SRICTLY ONE PRICE The Globe CLOTHING HOUSE, J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky. Fublio Salo TR0TTINGST0CK On Wednesday June 1 '1 CHURCHAFfAtRS. . , . Tiik low prices obtained for town now arrive and from Stanford dally uud no telling property at the Bauglimau eulo aro not depcrt to bo taken r.s an indication thnt tho but bow many freights. toiu has dropped out of values here. Far OiiAn Orchard people are wild over ris A Hardin paid $0,000 for their halt of the arrival of a flying Dutchman, and the St. Asaph Hotel nud Baughman's every body Is ecriipiug up nickela for n half sold tor but $3,000. Tiie Btoreroom ride. worth $4,000 only brought half of it, all one cared to bid nguitist tho u sot of harness, n saddle, because no Ik you witut infant heirs. a lap duster or repairing of nny kind you should call and see M. 8. it J. W. Tub L. A X. is good ubout taking caro " Baughman. of its faithful employes. Everybody on Mn. HuaiiSEAitaENT lo having a to- - this division kuowa Gujit. W. H. Sweenbicco factory built at Crab Orchard ami ey and Martin Dillion, each of whom ran ho will begin manufacturing tobacco at for mow than 30 yeard on it, tho one hb conductor, tho other as baggago master, that place about Juno 1st. nnd no two wero over better liked by tho T. J. Hatcueh is mourning over the traveling public. Tho captain has been killing of his Uno greyhound Imported made depot master at Louisville and Dilfrom Koine, Italy, The cars ran over it lion baggago muster ut tho First Street Tho "Old Confederate" depot, whoro thoy will draw good pay Wednesday. he cost $25, but was really worth for littlo work. Bays EiOUT poMbunger truiiiH m m $500. . which will open in nil its glory about ner was Borved, which hundreds of peo.limn lGtli. Manager Uofmann says it is ple apparently enjoyed with a relish. his intention to tnnko this tho bannor Tho farm near town of 31(1 acres sold to Beason at bia delightful Summer resort J. Will Bnughrnnn at $18.75 nud thnt on Hanging Fork of 4S0 acres to Forestua Mn. J. B. Owens has leased Hotel Bold for tho helra at $35.00. Haif of tho at Bowling Green and will Bend St. Asaph Hotel waa knocked down to J. his son Cabbell to take chargo next Mon- II. Baughman (or $3,000 nud the rooms day. It is tho leading hostelry there occupied by the Louisvillo Store for and hns 45 ro6ms. Mr. OwenB will give These arojalso said to buvo been up the Commercial at Harrodsburg, July bid in for the heirs. A tract of knob 1. land, 40 acres, sold for $20, yearling jack merchants aro colta aoid at $01, jennets nt $13 to $00, Drummerb toll us that buying moro largely than for years in pair mules, $125, yearlings, $10, brood view of better times nnd the prospoct of marea 112.50 to $120, 8hoats3 85 porewt, a rise In all kinds of merchandise A sows $0.00 to $11.25, hams 10 to I2jc and Boston drummer has had his pricea aides 8 to 8J. 00 ehoen with 80 lambs marked up on bltn three tlmeB thia sea brought $3.01 por head. Mr. P. M. Me son nnd pricea generally are very unata Roberta wnaclork and kindly furnished ,. ; us .1 . aoove iignres. me .i ble. Wl-nans 52,-05- In another column will be found an ry Baughman wna largely attended nnd alvertlsementof Crab Orchard Springs, tho result satisfactory. A substantial din- The salo of tho estate of the Into Hen- 0. The Cumberland Presbyterian AB' ' sembly will meet next year at Binning ham. The sixth annual convention of tho Christian Endeavor of the State of Ken tucky, begun In Louisvillo Inst night. Tho Southern Presbyterian General AT WITHERS & HOCKER'S. Assembly adopted a roport recommending nn endowment of $100,000 for tho Iu- You can not afford to miss this grand opportunity. Goods in every ! valid fund. department are marked at rock bottom prices, simply out,of reach of The First Baptist church, of Salem, 6rSee our new Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, Leather N J., baa just celebrated tho one hunAs agent of tho heirs of Malmda Ccwan, I will competition. sidl tn the highest bidder, on the pnmises, at 2 Couches, Oak and walnut Suites, Burch and Rattan Rockers. Notice dred nnd fortieth anniversary of its or- o'clock P. M , on our nice dining Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bedding in great varieganization. 1895. ty. Pictures, Mouldings, Wall Paper, Carpets. Come in and look A Norton, O , preacher refused to through our immense stock; ,we make no charge for showing goods A Good Little let Masons or those who smoked voto on in fact; it is a great pleasure to display our goods and name prices, church matters. He has lost his ordiFarm of 104 Acros Land, which make every article a leader. nation papers. Near Mt. Salem, in Lincoln county, on the pike Mrs. Mnry O. Cox, a wealthy MayB leading from Mt. Salem to Middleburg The ville woman, who died a short time ago left $0,000 to tho First Baptist church of Farm Has Good Improvements Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. In leucine houses, etc., and has several good her nntivo city. Spii igs and other stock water on it. Any one The prenchera of Williametown nre desiring to look at the farm can call on Robert premises. making a crusade against dancing and Cowan on thOne half cash; balance Inland a years .IT IS Terms. aro trying to break up n big bop to be cqaal Installments, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per went, per annum. given by the Elito club Possession given Sept is, 1845. JOHN N. MKNEFEE. Rov. W. E. Crabtreo waa on Agent for Heirs. train returning from Middlesboro where ho had just concluded n good aieet ing, which teaulted iu nine additions to the church. Of Lincoln County. A committo of the Southern Prea byterinn General Assembly has made a The New THAT report declaring agitation of the question of an organic union unwiso uuder existMill, ing conditions. A religious exchange BUggestB tbat Lancaster, Ky.,' when you ask a man to pray for you, try Is now n full operation, and invites the attention to choose one who pays his honest debts; ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, he is apt to be hotter acquainted with superior workmanship and low prices. Note tho Lord than one who don't. OUR PRICES: There is no consolation for tho lazy SOME christian in Rev. Dr. Uebor Newton's Look at our Gents' Underwear; yellnw Perfectly clear recent remarks "If heaven is to bo a Japei hundred. poplar or as $1 50pine flooring at As low per hundred. ' Pcrfoctly clear yellow Look at our Ladies' Underwear; realm of idlenesa I should bo reluctant 81 per hundred. Aspoplaiasweather boarding at low Ji 30 per hundred. jo to haetun to heaven. Activity is an es- Allpatterns and thicknesses ot Ceiling in yellow ' Look at our Gents' Fancy Shirts; poplar, chestnut anil ash, as low as Si. 15 per sential to happiucBs." lundred. I'ouble dressed lumber as low as 1 per hundred, lleautitul lumber, In Juno tho polyglot petition, for quarter oak, Ac. Saveellow pine finishing us you. Look at our Gents' Ties; money by giving .ft circulation by British Woman's Tem- orders. ; kT E LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Look through our Stock and perance Association, asking for the proLancat ter. 73 6tc hibition of tho salo of alchohol and opiGet our Prices before you tbuy, um, will bo preseutod to Pnrliment. It I baa the signatures of 7,500,000 women . And you will be convinced that the above statement is true: . belonging to different nationalities. The Stanford & Knob Lick Turnpike Road Co. has declared a 6 per cent, The General Assembly of the Cum capital stock. The shareholders dividend on its will apply to for same, the berland Presbyterian church has refer? theirundersigned ol stock. presenting at the time certificates C. FOWLER, President. red the case of Mrs. Woolsey, the wo 33 2 17 is in loai 10 same none. Gelding, sited by Aithurton,out One 7 ycar-ol- .l of dam of Kpaulet to, U a handsome roidster. One 3 year-ol- d tirl'UnK by Rid Wilkej, Jr , and Gtluiitgs by Kir); Rene, aro prom-is- ir two g trotters, also one ) car uld Filly by Hinder Wilkes. Sixteen head are standard bred and represent such sires as Haw l'ntch, King Rene, Robert i!rGreor, Hinder Wilkes anil Simmons. Pedigrees will be furnished on day of sale. Stock will be sold una credit ol six months, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum. bale will begin at 10 o'clock a m. U.Mb V JOH.NSOX. uregor Danks', The Jeweler, Come and see them. lew Designs in Furniture. Public Sale of Land Saturday, June ist, 3 of WITHERS & HOOKER. ht. Tuea-day'- s TO THE CITIZENS Undisputed : Faet Lancaster Planing OF We Make the Prices, Carry the Best Stock, Sell the Best Quality. -- - NOTICE SEVERANCE & SON. .V?"if . - JfiWs&A i. . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa AT Published Evory Tuesday and Friday 82 PER YKAIUX ,AJ3V.VN"CXH; en not so paid S2.60 will be chs need K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Manfotd at 7'i at s:jop m and 9103 p. m. m- - n,l 3 P- - L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. ia J7 p m ..... t. 15 P Narrow Kicap. ,.. 3 ijtm "Do you know, my dear," said young No,ao. " Mr. Hilltop to his sweetheart, "I don't QUEEN & CRESCENT. think much of your mother." "Sir!" sho exclaimed, la frigid tones, Train pats Junction City as follows: No. t South ......tt it a ra No 2 North ,..j 3$ p m drawing herself up to her full height. ' 3 ant " ...135 pm "What do you mean?" " s " ...115 ...3.15 am .t3Jara " 6 "You see, I think so much of you, u 0 ' ...... 8 40 p m ''jo .& 00 a m Notk. Nos j and 6 and 9 and 10 run tro fur- that I really have no time to devote to ' thoughts of others, not even of such a ther than Junction Cay. thoroughly cstimablo lndy as your v""'v mother." Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegrap,ia 01pm A No. 4, Train golnj North.. No. a i. South No.5. " Changed Wl Mind. "I notice," 6aid a clergyman's wife to her husband, "that it is no longer fashionable for tlio minister to kiss tho brido at tho wedding ceremony." "Yes," sadly responded the good man, "many of tho pleasant features connected with tho wedding ceremony havo ' been discarded, "What's that?" demanded his wife, ominously. "I mean I mean," ho stammered, "that tho senseless custom of kissing tho bride should havo been abolished long ago." Tammany Times. --- .,? trade lor HIDhb. forcaUicrln my hum .tVtiulurd oral ..te ff.!!! .La aII.Iia hides I can get lesther on helm. h... In Oltcn- - D, W. DcntlHt, V. S. B. FXNinr. Chi. Knnslm. and" (jyoRYifii 6oaw tW-THG CrQn Briar Sprinps FOR SAI.K. it Floats - w w at rirsoos dcilri g place cf this Vlnd will fled It to thtlr adtsnlaga to tall on or addtesi, MRS. MARY K. 6LAUUHTF.il, Crab Orchard, Kr. : Stanford, Opposite the : Post-Olfle Ky. Office on Main Street, NOTION Alt Uurth. st Law R M. Newland, Deputy Sheriff. I ttoie-hout- FORTY MILLION QAKE5 YEARLY. PnOOTCn . Buroh. 3a XTswland, Oo., OAMDLC CO. CINTt 4" IB 9 K WKA o -- llavmc JtciJrJ to raov ta my store ohouse in In Stsnlord, Kr-- , I have a deiirable the butlncis portion ol Rowland which 1 will sell Kor Information apor rent at a icatoiublc ptlce. T C HALL. ply to, Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Kentucky, We offer our icrvlcts to the public to do a gen, eral CollectiPir llualneas Accounli, Doles, etc. collected In all parts ol the county. 11 6m 1BEEN FOR SAXtIS Z Dealer In- - vr',,p'rir . h. In y The Fact Established. means so much more than serious and 1 you imagine fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. r Don't play with Nature's Poor Health Brown's "If, as you say, tho defendant is so conscientious a man," said tho lawyer, "you ought to be able to give some example of it," "Well," said the witness, "I havo known him for twenty years, and in all that tlmo I havo never known hlra to tnko whisky for n cold except when ho really had a cold." Cincinnati Trib une. A Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages. Wagons, STANFORD, W. L. VITHERS, Salesman. ja-- l s?s.. 1. a. ? r. iivu aiOrC"atUIVa Olirc JI HU, VITIB llnma ttx Acrtsof Cotl Land,TwoMln.worklUKonana I v.11! (jo to any place where there are sis or well Pattburc. .. timbered, one l tt Acre tract t mi It more cattle to i.ehorn. I do the work with the ftl In lli Ct aw In I fisa.l a. Lightning Dehoruer. Can dehorn anr cow la in Iaurc4 Count t Fair AnocUtion. three seconds. The knife makesa cleln, staooth r ji vj. Kt niTtfAV cut, do snot crush nor break the horn, as the Auurcii, r.tUburc, Ky. clipper does. It lithe only humane way to deai horn Does not punish he antuiat like the aaw, aud the wound gets well aa quick again as that made by the saw. For fnrtner icformatlon, call College for Toun Ladies. on O.A. l'KYTON, Manford, Ky. r-. .a LD&horn TTour Cattl. Mile, ta., BLT. See Ihe Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook. 1 101. READ THIS & SAYE MONEY. ! Rev. Goo. W. F. Pr ico, D. D Pres., bow rcsdr t deliver ice Iron Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, Former I am Water, Lfgb,"and Ice Company's tht Manford Factors' ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prin At 40 Cents Per Hundred Founds cipal. V'attonae of 40 Ofiiccri, Teachers and Lecturers uni Irore entire 9outh rrlilrie in Vandtibi ArtSllldio. Gvm w.i.Iiw M iiitt rflnl.rvitnnr levators. Term beRlos naiium. Fine Tasscns tt-jbend for Catalogue. frcpl, t, . i8-$- ICE greatest gift health. 1 If out 01 sorts, weaic and generally exhausted, nervous, have no appetite and can't work, begin at once talc ing the most rella-- J Brutal Act. I will furnishjany of the following machines at prices named below Mr. Gotham So my old friend, Col. and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Bloodbring, is in disgrace? The New Home, style three, S25. CoL Kalntuck Sent to Coventry. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style five, S2S. No rcspectablo person will speak to him. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. arc warranted "My, my! What did he do?" for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will "Struck a gentleman with his fist In- sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are stead of shooting him with a pistol, offered: sah." N. Y. Weekly. & "There," said one old crony to Chtckcring, Hazelton, Hush to whom he was showing tho Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, another, lions of the town, "that's the statue of Summer, Kimball, Hinzc, Prince Ahont Ills Mie. Three nulldmgt; room for aoo boardcrt Faculty And over anJ;;jc a pound for 10 pounds and tap to too. mils due lit of each month K. 11RKMER, Manford. TO THE X.ADXX9 I . W. S. BTXEtCH, FXAXTOS: j I Mason & Iron Bitters , I I and it's pleasant to take. ttith, uic auciiKiiiciiiuK medlclne.wbichis Brown's Iron Bitters. A few bottles cure benefit comes from the verv first dose tt XfOM'l ttiltH sour 1 It Cures All others are sub lines on the stitutes. On receipt of two ic. stamps i e of Ten Beautiful World's 'will send set pair View and book free. ' Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles, Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Get only tic Genuine It has crossed red wrapper. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. Uallio Wilson." & "Is it no a guid bit larger than lifo size, though?" queried his fried. "Oo, ay, it's a' that, but it's no a bit biggci; than tho bailie thoeht ho was him scl'. " Pearson's Weekly. To Make the fourteenth. Maud Willie, I wish you hadn't proposed to me illie Why, pray? Maud Because you made tho thirteenth, and now I nmactualty compelled to encourage old Von Gotroeks to propose, so as to break the spell of bad luck. N. Y. World. to-nig- Son. N,no..dOrK.n.Tu. Sold on K.ijr TaTmenlt. Hamlin, Chicago Cottage, Kimball, And 0thcrs' ORGANS: Attornoy at Law, Stanford, Houic. Kentucky. My Millinery Stock is full aud o.nplsle. Call and examine and you will besure to buy a new Spring Hat. MISS LICC1K nCAZLKV, SUnford, Ky CBceoa Lsneater Street, oppoiite the Court M Collections receive ctpecUl attention THE ZiATJZZS : lIMMAKI.MiH Special At'eatioa ta Mill Orders. ; iu iit,k f r KneTi wno icnca amy and warrantedSewing Machines repaired .iu.Mii - A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, COKDIAULY HHfmi! Drt.fr. Store In INVITED Address, P. H. IDUU btanioro, tvy. THE BLOEGltASS I1BRD OK St fin ford, Ky. Office over McRobertt' To call and examine ray Spring MtUinrry, which I am Crnieg up. I pride mytelf that it is well, selected and that It la bound to pleat. Having bought lor cash and boing determined to sell for cash, I can sell at th. lowest possible prices, Aa examination will convince sou. 6 MRS A A. McKINXEY. I W, A Duroc Jersey Red Swine If. H. ilulldinc. tht Cmley J INKS. J, T I NKS, MOR. Bronaugh, Pror, 7P J. : ,T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE. KENTUCKY. Offers his services o tne peeple d Writ Full stock or Cofflni aod Csicv Counties. and CaiVeli alerayi oo hand. 93 D.ri. Carpenter, Manager. Lln-co- ssssssssssBssiiBssssslsssssss' V Crab;Orchard, rigt foriiu irau . Kentucky. u ,... JOITCS BROS.. Tin & Sheet Iron Works. la Wallace S. Varnon, AttorneyatkLaw, ft n Stanford, ed - m Kentucky. and AssignFa-ale- s, Reggy What do you suppose a fellow's chances are for getting a good wife? Tom I should say thoy were about equal to the chances of his being a good husband. Reggy By Jove! Then I guess I won't marry. Illustrated Monthly. Hard on tJrorge. It AVim Too niskr. ,3!--3ir-2s- -- 2 :& 111 o Stoclr Wrecdprf .rcured rom thf bmt herds In several dllTereat allies, !.... uorrc.punu cii ...w.. :, FIRE INSURANCE. North British and Mercantile, Manchester, Firman's Fund, Mechanics and Traders, National of Hartford, " Give me a call. Notice to Sole prcpnttors Dean's lllack Diamond Roo Paint. Kitimaics furnisacd for paisilng Wood, Metal and lion Roofi, Satisfaction Guaraatpei. Ail tools paitilrd with Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Desists In beat n Pumps and Gslvsnlied Iron tillers. 6ibi cis-cr- Stanford, Ky. Turnpike Contractors. the Hoard of On SATURDAY JUNE i, Dirrctoisof the Mcnticello & Uurniide luropikc bldt and award Co. will opeo and consldtr sealed contracts lor the romtructiim ol Four Ml lei of Turnpike Road In four sections, according to plans aod spccificstlons in o!Ue Terms, to per cent caih on raoulbly eetlmatea add remaioder on completion of contract ij, A. C. Sine, Successor to Will as; as Executor.lAdmlnistrator Special attention "given ;to Settlements pf at Attorney and Sala and Divhloa of nfants Lands. Office on Lancaster SL over Supt. W. F McCla-ry'tofiee. 9 J. B. HIGGINS, All Kinds of Coal, Kv. ..Drillers n George My dear Miss Laura, tho The Pennsylvania Fire, highest wish I havo In life is to marry Laura (interrupting him) You had Phoenix of Brooklynn. better speak to my mother. George Oh, thanks. I novcr before thought I had any chance. Laura I know sho would llko to marry again. Fliegcndo Blaetter. She Had Her Donbta. Miss Highkickcr Are these diamonds false? "No, Indeed, they nre as trne as my love for you," replied Johnny Masher. "Is that so? Then I guess I had better have them examined by an expert." Texas Sittings. A Inr-erco- KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. ,j 7 ' .,, Monttcello, Ky GLO. n COOrElL rial I will rtirt BUtl ft JAMES II VEAOER. Yeagor & Coopor, ...Proptitt3rf of..... by tcUInir ftntI tltAsV tst TIiiIMIhss. lLfa Stanford, LI very U Keceirinf Hii and Feed Stable stanforu,;kv. TURNOUTS TOIL CASH ONXY, Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ever bcn ottered here I would call ipecial attention to " John D. Cattleman. A. G. Lanbai I, .ROYAL Insurance Company T llavinr bought of P. W. Gian his Llverv bus- metaand added new busgtes mJ burset, we ate prepared to luroiah FIRST-CLAS- S WIRE and SLAT FENCE in the market. Paradox. Madeol OaVH'icktts. the cheanest and t i' ?i OF LIVERPOOL,. BARBEE & 0 ASTLEM A h MANAGERS, quite understand It, Tor It seems without reason or rhyme, That the woman forever demanding her rights la tho ono who sets left over; time. Life, KXTKACT KUOU A NOVEL. SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS call. h.it f.nr. Goods Warranted and a Pertect Fit Guaraiurcil. Guc uiv c 1898 Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthy'of consideration. On short notice The tratrliPK public will fijd ..nlv .nit wililnr tu turoith Drum' us or cr' wacona. either singleLOW double, ur Cam PRICKS. Ihe ..nfiakimUiL r terr il( - . In anil arounu town win aio nno.i at..... mi icu-i- . bora.. ...... ., .. u.ik Cihn- with ut when In tonat ...v,courts aud enttrtainmcnts and your horse and will Le will car.d for hide I.UUI-I.YK.UiKK " Myers House btable, Stanford, Ky. S; .u... IRON 4ND STEEL 1R00FINQ Mill work at City Prices. .- j..t lCIUU.H. Tho Myers Houso, I'.JW. GREEN. Proprietor. romrrerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout tbe South sKSii SPRING AND SUMMER. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. Somethmgito Beautify the Ladies. Dally oponlning. New Hats, flowers and laceal my .. Wc Btve tneaaaurance to inc muc find in our eaiabllahrncnt the same esdutlveneaa In style of paitcrua, hats and bonnets and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie known throughout the country. trimmer for the seaI have secure! a, first-clson. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect-full- r patronage heretofore l? literally solicit your bestjwed. Ml) nUIiDLRAR 'KATL UUDDbRAR. Msnairer. W. A. TBIB3LE, Local Agreat, STANFORD, KV. i.i I am still running this n Hotel and will continue to give my guists the poll I rat alten- as w?ll as the best the market affords. Special Attention 10 tho Travel- ing Public. 7S . Jitt&fi-r'TV- ," i " e rs fti O . i' Jt 1 Tn - ir 1. fvk si ? &tt Brooklyn Life. Hard to Avoid. "Like all men, you havo a pet name for your wife, I suppose?" "Oh, yes." "What do you call her?" "I call her my Income tax usually." lie moved with a quick, even stride. They have Proven a Success. 3 They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. THE I have RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. dl-irs- d. Executor's -- OK- : Sale F. B. niLEY, Proprietor, ! London, n Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. Housea and Lots in Stanford and Bank Stock. As Executor of Curtis valta, need , I will sjl! public outcry to the highest bidder, on m0Td to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public tlood Livery attached aod every convenience Give mi a call. FRANK RILKY. t Truth. .For a Keasonablo Complaint. "Walter," said tho guest, "I wish you'd ask the proprietors to turn on a Uefreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, little more light. It's so dark in here I can't tell whether I'm eating planked A st ylhh Hair Trimor Clean Shave, go to shad or a paper of pins." Chicago Oook & Farmor'B Barber Shop. Tribune. ItcassurliiR. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, THE Monday, June loth, 1895, At J o'clock P, M., before the court'houae door In Stanford, Ky , tbe Dwelling House and Lot altua-te- d on the comer uf Lancaster and .Short stiects curIn the city ot Stanford aud ippotite the N. lier of Court Houao Square, and now occupied as a retidence by A. A. Warren. 'I his lot has a Iron, taee of about 41K leeton Lancaster street Also the Dwelling House, Gjrd.n and Lots in the Hulm Addition to SUnford, formerly occupied by R'ciiard Watts and containing about 3 Acres olLand. 1 he property consists of thn dwelling houe and lot, including ordinary outbuildings and the --raidtn. and two vacant lots ol about two acres Jaeh, adjoining. One ol these lota fronts on Water W oiks and Splines Directs and the other fronts Springs street and extends to line of Hock-erperl). This property will be ofleicd lor sale in three parte., a above indicated, and thoa as a whole, and tbe highest bid or bids accepted Aim 20 acres of Knob Land, salhe being a part ol the Hugh Hays knob land, and adjoins itout land near IlJ'l and l'ine Knobs. Also 6 bharv of the Capital block of tlio Louisville Hanking Co., Louisville, Ky Also i shares of the Capital Mock of tho Loulivllle, Ky. Louis-villAlso j shares of Ihe Capital Mock of the Insurarce Co , Louisville, Ky. Also one Silver WatcU. ...B..L ILn... nMnprlv urlll lie .nlil ton 6 credits. 011... and ts moniha, in equal payinmts, anntfiiiifl --- secureo uy 11.. Aa.nil- nnit nnf. with -- ri iisu ""personal security, bearlug intoiest Ir in usy of stock or perso. al pioptrty will tie sold sale. The on a credit ol three months aud the purcliaaer will be required to execute uotc with approved Uaring interest framdate of sale. Possessionol the dwelling houses will be given July f. ifos. and of the kneb laud, lots and perof sonal properry when he term, D. lb; rate-, are HIGGINJOHN compiled with. Ex. T, C, Watt. tV. McRobcrti, Atts. pr n m pcr.on-alsecuilt- D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Has more nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty Huggles, Surreys" and uautuui. iiioiBsirau uunivators. Wagoui, l'lows and more nlco Harness, Undies, Whips and more .... I.1-- lintlHrl wlnn than .... .1. t ucie. tie invites the public to call and see tsu stock and get hla fcUm Logan, Repairer aud lluil Jer or harprice ness, is in my huaae and would be glad to have his friends call on him when wanting work done. Htis-touvli- le. ... -- .?.'' K Agent What did your father'nnd mother die of? Unclo llumsted I don't rightly know; but 'twnrn't nothiu' berlous. Life-Insuran- Queen &Crescent reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed mSns n.w Coaches and Sleenine Cars through to Ilarrinian, Chatta nooga, Attalla, nirmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping tars to kuoxviuc, hoi oprmija and Ashevillc; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to l,os Angeles aim and Shrevcport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, S mZ' via New Orleans or via Shrevcport. 7 Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati nt?-- a l .J&toL? Free Parlor :.u ,...!.--.. nu.nnitnni1tinn to natrons. 3Kv7p2 r rSX?' uuu wmvCars L,exingtou 10 v.incinnuw. v.uic, Hon Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington anu Chattanooga. W.O.Blnearion, OhM.W.Zell, Q. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Div. Pau'r Jgt., Cincinnati. 0. t,-.- M. S. Haigiiiun. J. W. lUUGIIMAN Puck. Notliln' to Bar." B'Jones Teddy Thoughtless boasts that he always bays what he thinks. Miss Vanderwhack Yes? lie has been bitting thero for an hour without bpcaking a word. Town Topics. route M.S.&J.WBaughman, I'ROfRIETOKS . J .i, - JLIVERY, it I . ls 1 l.rt J? FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. II you need livery glvo us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable, bee ua 4 H Judge Your nge, miss? toy fuED. A. Fillmore, is one that it Miss Elder Thirty-two- . xlghtly named. It is music worthy to be Judge (to secretary) Put down born played before the queen, yet within the in 183J. FHegendo Blaetter. .ability of the average performer. It is. Literary Caary. ood for the parlor, concert, or a good Rebecca Oh, Ikoy, dat poy Leopold piece. Price 40 cents. teaching reads his books vlt such great Interest! Write us for any musical wants. Ikoy Mlno gracious, Rebecca great FILLHORE BROS., Interest Wo can't afford it Truth. WcsicruBLUHraa 11 W, 6Ux St., Cincinnati, Q Imperial Concert Waltz for the piano, A Urate. firsl-das- s lor rates. Incur S -- iwi " Jlr HARNESS SHOP . a ifwid iunrim.n r ir Have your repairing done by our riiau, he understands his business. W. have a You will find dles.baddiis.ic BLACKSMITH SHOP. Wlgtf"iteeflras.:lus wcrk prins. Tiyojr hit's shoer. nd' satlifactiry ' . LJtoz agJwja J . t xf .. , i ,n.Vi .,. ku. tSt, 'MdJAJ& 6, .t-.ritu- j. tftiy f - fYfTnttftt W tit- - "T-1"- " .w . ., w Su..i'4,AJji. .iitijSlu.lJI!iai(.L.i-iL.- I Ai