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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895052801 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. u a 1 4' Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL.XXIIl. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. AeBoda- Wh-le- . j STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAV. MAY 28. 1895. CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, CARRARD CBUNTY. ' NO. 26 IN i, r i "Christians" would sacrifice The Caaey County Medical tlon held Its regular monthly meeting the morality of the community for a few y cents huro on Thursday, 23 J, Dr. I. 8. ' The scholars of College Homo are Dr. W. I Lowder, in the chair, and secrctnry. There hns been a jtrowlnK In- busy preparing for tho closing exeicist'fl, tel eat in this association since Ita rat or i which take plant Thursday wojk. Mrs. Alice Xewland and daughter, huro boihb two yeurs ago. from other Anna, spent Thursday and Friday with Aiiioiik tho professional counties won: Dra. H. Brown and Ber- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bailey nt Danville. The Merry-C- o Hound lias taken the tie Carpenter from Hustonvllle, Dra. J. of Stan-for- day and immense crowds gather around G. Carpenter and K. L. rnd I)r! Cyrus Wesley from Science HHPoon as the whistle blown. Old and joung alike seem to enjoy the spoil. Hill. Tlio affloclation was ctdled to Mr. Win. Moorelaud snipped a car iu tho county courtby tho chairman room about 10:30 a. si. Tho first subject of wool, Mr. W. E. Perkins two cars of on the program was a paper prepared ties, Mr. J. II. Collier two carH of bark and read by Dr. J. 0. Barker, of Dunn-vill- and two of ties and Mr. A. H. Bastin entitled, Pulmonary Tuborcoloaia. three cars ol bark and two of ties during The subject being nnnounced open for tho past week. What has become of tho man iu our discussion, further views were given upon the disease by Drs. Isaiah Wesley, town whoso duty it is to protect the wives and daughters and look after tho of Mlddlebutg, H. Brown, of Huston also Dr. Carpenter, morals of the rising generation ? Is it ville, the chairman, possiblo we have no such citizens in of Stanford. Tho general opinion seemed to prevail that tho dlsoas" was duo Crab Orchard ? Mrs. J F. Cummins, of Stanford, is moro to acquirement than hereditary taint, and that tho best way to treat it Bpendluga few days with her parentu, was by hygienic methods to prevent its Mr. Bnd Mrs. Dr. Pettus. Mrs. Dr. Coopacquisition and propagation. Dr. Brown er, of Livingaton, has been visiting her related three noted cases treated success- parents and friends here. Dr. Cooper fully by his favoiito remedy, frishalr. spent Sunday with her aud tlio little Dr. Barker now by permission Intro- folks. Little Mary Lackey O'Bryan, of duced a patient of hli, an IS year old by tho ussociation. Oweneboro, who is at her grandfather', boy, for examination r, The boy had been hurt three yeHrs oko Cupt F. W. Dlllion, to spend the is quite ill of throat trouble. Our in a wrestling match, and not having his crippled leg attended to by a physician, new marshal, Mr. W. T. Miller, who lias and being of an active disposition, has just moved his family here from Bur had it hurt over so much that it is now bounille, has a very sick baby. Mrs. ditllcult to give a proper diagnosis of tho John Elmlslon is still slowly sinking. caso without the use ol the itniio. me Hrr daughter, Mrs. Ed M. Eites, wns ewe was discussed by Dra. Garner, Han called to her home at McKlnney on ac oy, Isaiah Wesley, Carpenter, McKob-ort- count of the sudden death of tier Mrs. Florence Givens. Taylor, Barker, Cyrus Wesley and others. In the afternoon tho association OF A LOCAL NATURE. met early. Dr. Bertie Carpenter very read distinctly and with fine expression It is said that the court of appeals n paper entitled, Tho Importance of a wilt decide tho tax cases agaiust the Thorough Knowledge of Pathology. Drs. banks. Boyle, FayottoandNelfion took their Dunham, Carpenter, Davison, the chairplaces In Bradley's column Saturday. man, Cyrus Wesley, Barker, Hanev, and others complimented Mice They all do it. The Hopkinsville New Era says Carpenter for her effort. aud welcomed her to the profession. Dr. Bertie Car- that Dr. Andrew Seargunt removed a tapo worm from A. L. Willis. penter In a few well chosHti wnrdri reThe Kentucky State Medical Society turned thanks for tho wuy lit r paper was received. will hold its annual convention at Dr. Brown addreosed tho association, beginning June 12, and contaking a wide range on the Importance tinuing three days. and dignity of the profession, its dutieB Preston Talbott. ono of tho oldest and the Importance of keeping well up citizens in Madison, died at Valley View, with Its advancement. Drs. GarnBr, J. aged S3. While removing his boots, one G. Carpenter, It. L. Davison, Cyrus Wes of his limbs snapped between the knee ley and Haney followed In the same and hip joint. The accident killed him. strains and also on the advantages of atLast December II. 0. Passmore, actending medical societies. Dr. It. L. companied by G. 0. Bottoms nMtilted by Davison read a paper on the Relation worda and threats, J. G. Stotrs, a Cinthat should exist between the Doctor cinnati drummer, and were Indicted for nnd Dentist, the substanco of which was, assault. The cases were tried at that there should be close association be and the jury gave a verdict tweon the physician and dentist, and against Paxsinore lor $750 and agaiofct that the dentist should understand tho Bottoms for 1(575. general knowledge of medicine. The association endorsed Dr. Davison's views. With cattle on a 1,000 hills, higher Dr. Carpenter now exhibited some pho- than (or years, with prospects of big tograph views and some specimens pre- crops of com, and wheat bringing prices served in alcohol. It being tho time for undreamed of a few months ago, with tho annual election of otlicers of tho as- beautiful green pastures, producing gold sociation, on motion of Dr. Brown, Dr. in the form of hay, fat ctttle nnd fine I, S. Wesley as chairman, and W. L. horses, the farmers of Kentucky nre Lowder as secretary, were both contin- laughing at calamity howlers, Blackburn ued in oiliee for the ensuing year. nnd Hardin, telling them iu tearful tones Tho committee tin program made tho ot their abject poverty and its cause. following report for the next meeting to Louisville Post. at this bo held iu tho county court-rooInSlyearp, up to 1S73, we coined place on the 1th Thursday'.iu Juue: something over eight millions of silver Gactro Intestinal Catarrh-paper- -Dr dollars. In the 22 years since then we I. S. Wesley. Abortion and its Treat have coined over 100 million silver dolment P. S. Humphrey. lars. The demonetization and On motion, Dr. Bertie Carpenter was assassination has had the same ellect on rennested to read a paper before the so silver dollars that cat fights have on clety at its next meeting, tho subject to cats. Louisville Commercial be of her own selection. A man named Crocker, his wife and On motion, tho society returned thanks his eon, were murdered on the open to the viBiting members, Drs. H. Brown, prairie near Wharton, Tex. It is sup Miss Bortie Carpenter, J. G. Carpenter, posed that the murderers were members It. L. Davison and Cyrus Wesley for their of a mob who had lost three of their attendance aud Intereet taken in its de- number at tho hands of tho Crocker liberations. family. Oil motion, the Bocioty adjourned to Mr. Carlisle said at Bowling Green meet hero, tho 4th Thursday in June. to a nowepiper interviewer: "I have no A now democrat camo to tlio houao ambitlou to be president, nor expectaof Geo. A. Haynea, on tho night of the tion of it; nor do I see why any man 23d, weighing lllbj. He is proud of the should be ambitious to be president; it acquisition to bis party, and named him is a slave's life." Wayne, in honor of his native county Harrison Bays it is no nnd also a brother. of the Monroe doctrine to shield part The eighth annual Besslon of tho every little American State against the Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly will consequences of its own folly. George II isle, a farmer, near Ghent, meet in In its boautiful home at WoodLexington, July 2 to 12th was found dead iu bis corn field. It is land Park, Tho best program over supposed he suicided on account of fiIncluBlvo. offered to patrons of tho Assembly, and nancial troubles. Shed Williams, a Nicholas county ouo of tho best offered by any Chuutau-qu- a been prepared by farmer, committed suicide ou account of iu the uatlou, haa and successful As- a daughter's disgrace. that Hi:kok, of Yale, broke his record sembly Superintendent, Dr. W. L. Dahammer 132 by throwing the vison. T feet and 10 inches. Tho Queen fc Cresceut Route will sell Fifty persous were killed and 150 tickets to Latonla and return at ono and injured by an earthquake in a Turkish faro from all Btatlona in Kend provlnco. tucky. The races will be held this year m Juno 20th. Ask agents from May 23d to It May Do as Much for You G. P. for particular. W. 0. Rlnearaon, Mr. Fred Miller ol Irvine. Ill, writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, A., Cincinnati, Ch with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called BuclcUn's Afnlca Salve. any good 11 KHuir-ation Some or-d- ir e, Rev. J. M. Baker, of Tyrone, preached the union sermon at the' Methodist church ou Sunday night. Rv. G. D. Heritirickuon, of Carter's' Chapel, preached at the Baptist church here on Sunday morning Miss Morton will ive a doWrto and elocutionary entertainment of her class, Juue 10:h, in which tho various nations and countries are to be represented. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church will meet this afternoon at Mrs. J. B Kinnaird'fl on Stanford street. Some important matter is to be discussed. Mr. Oloyd, of Upper Garrard, Bold last week to Miss Sarah Uammack a farm of 50 acres for f 323. She also bought a small farm of Mr. Gentry Hawley for $200. lew J&fh. ateS Designs in AT WITHERS & fornita, y! o Jrv lfe r??W MOCKER'S. You can not afford to miss this grand opportunity. Goods in every department are marked at rock bottom prices, simply out of reach of competition. &5See our new Folding Beds, Bed Lounges, Leather Couches, Oak and walnut Suites, Burch and Rattan Rockers. Notice our nice dining Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bedding in great variety. Pictures, Mouldings, Wall Paper, Carpets. Come in and. look through our immense stock; we make no charge for showing goods in fact it is a great pleasure to display our goods and name prices, which make every article a leader. WITHERS & HOOKER. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. MILLARD F. NORTH. The young Bociety people of thU pluce Will give a "moonlig'it fete," at Gar-rar- d College, on the evening of June 1th, which promises to be the leading social event of the season. There was a of B. F. Rolr-insofamily Tuesday at the home of his son, Mr. T. B. Robiusou. Mrs. Robinson in true Kentucky stylo spread a n's The above Ih not ho extra good picture of tho democratic candidate for the Legislature, but will serve to fairly rep' resent him. Millard F. North first saw the light in the mountains of Bell county. The event occurred January 25, 1S55, and at an early age, the youiigster -- One Gallon of-- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you Sum-mo- J s, sister-in-la- 30-fo- ot Har-rodsbur- g, Har-rodsbu- rg bountiful dinner before the relatives. The bicycle anil foot races and game of base ball between Lancaster nnd Danville on Decoration day promises to be largely intended. M.uiy prizes will be offered. The races begin at 10 A. si. Ball game at 3:30. Win. Worrall, managing editor nf the N. Y. Mail and Express, und a Cenl, tre College classmate of Dr. J. B. was here Saturday. He fills the place of the late Elliott Shepard and receives an annual salary of $7,500. The wheat crop In the county is very promising. The prospects are for on abundant yield; exceeding the former crop. Mr. Henry Hurt, of Point Leay-elexpects to have 2,300 bushels of wheat from 105 acre field. Other farmers will reallza a like proportion of re sults for their labors, if tho season continues propitious. Tho Garrard politicians and voters stand iu rank with their contlgious friends and neighbors on the silver question. The letdiug financiers aud citizens uphold a sound currency and would not be inclined to repudiate obligations by paying them off with cheap mouey. A Mr. Chapel near McCreary went to Nebraska over a year ago, and thought he had found a paradise there, as everything looked so luxuriant and lovely. One day he had SO acres of the finest corn he had ever seen, but the next day the South winds came and deatroyod it literally; bo he returned to Kentucky and bought his old farm back, but recently a waterspout struck it and washed tho Boll badly. It seems from this he has been a victim of misfortune. It is fully recognized and demonstrated that j,ood roads and turnpikes have much to do with tho material pros perity of the country; the value of the land per acre is higher, and there nre to be found the most desirable immigrant?. Tho free turnpike question js causing much discussion iu this county at pres ent. There are very ardent advocates both for and against free turnpikes, but already Garrard has fairly good roads with 105 miles of pike; her net revonue Kin-nainl, developed a fondness for books and girls, especially the latter, as you will agree, when it is told that shortly aftor celebrating his 10 h birthday ho was It is married to Miss Mary J. Rentfrow, one year his senior The marriage, contrary to tho usual run ot thoso contracted so early In life, proved a very heppy one, Any Shade you like. Tho young man realized that he had got ten into very serious business ami he buckled himself down to work. In his spare hours ne read law nnd was in due time admittt-i- l to the bur at Piuevillo, where he lived for some time, and then bought the (arm of J. J. Dryo near Mt, Salem in this county aud moved to it. He has been with us seven years and those who ktio.v him best have might but Kood to say of him. We carry the Forwood Shoe Mfg Co.'s Shoes for both men and laBesides being a wood democrat and a dies. They cannot be excelled in style or wear. In cheap and mennn of brains and ability, Mr. North has obeyed the injunctions of Scripture in dium price ladies' Shoes our ;5i 29, Si 50 and $2 goods are bargains. one particular, cs well as doubtless in We carry a full line of men's, youths' and boys' Clothing, in medl many others. He has done his part to- um price goods. Our men's 7.50 and 10.00 suits are great, bargainb wards increasing and mu tiplying the inCall and examine our stock we take pleasure in showing ou habitants of earth, as nino children, who call him pap attest We do not agree stock and it costs you nothing to look. with him on the free turnpike business, but he is so Bound on other questions "vT. that we can give him cordial support and trust that every democrat will do likewise. He is the party's nominee and every member of it owes it to himself as well as democracy to cast his ballot for him. We hope and believe that the good people of Lincoln will commission Mr. We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Call North to represent them in the next General Asaembly and by such a vote as and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. will show the republicans that there is life in the old party yet. ONLY: $1.40 '.PER: GALLON. l ? S Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. SHOES AND CLOTHING 1 E. FBEEIXTS, Crab Orchard. Wall Paper&Alabastine White Lead and Oils, Paint strictly MATRiMONIALMAHERS. 7-- Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo MC9M(Q)IBJ1SBTO0 m is i'2,S'M. Mr. Henry Owsley and wif, of Lexington, are guests of Mrs. E. L. Owsley-MIb- s Annie Robinson is at home from Cincinnati, where eho has been attending an art school. Mr. Joe P. Sandifer, of Middlesboro, was in Lancaster Satur day. Miss McDowell, of Danville, was visiting in Lancaster Sunday. Mr. Geo. Mcltoberts, of Stanford, was the guest of his brother, Mr. R E. Mcltoberts, Sunday. O. C. Herring, of Louisville, was visltiug his uncle, Dr. H. O. Herring, and family last week. B. W. Arnold left Saturday night for Louisville, where ho is pure materials and Brushes, and Mrs. Francis Dowman, aged Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of Martha Palmer, SG, were married at Woodtfield, O. John Smith, of Peru, Ind , killed himself wheu he found his wife kissing his youngftr brother. IN VIEW OF Miss Minnie Tower hauged herself atOikla'id Oity, Ind , because her parents refused to let her marry. It was Mrs Charlotte Green and not Givens, who was married last week to JULY 1, 1895, we offer Mr. A H McKiuuey. Tho lady was originally a Givens und the types and typos are to some extent excusable for tho error. Miss Anna Gisjineau, ono of tho Everything in our line, such as most popular teachers in the public schools at Lexington, has just made it known that oho has been secretly married for moro than n year to Gilbert Parker. Her reason for keeping it a se- Stoves, Qucensware, Glassware, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, cret was that only single ladies can teach Groceries of all kinds. Come now and help yourself while have you a large stock to select from. in the Lexington city schools. CHANGE FARRIS & HARDIN AT COST FOR CASH WAGONS.PLOWS, HARNESS, nttending Bryant & Stratton's Business College. Prof. S. M. Cheeky of Danvillei was in our city Sunday. Miss Bessio VanWiuklo, of Harrodsburg, was tho guest several days last week of her sister, Mips Lucy Van Winkle. Mr. N. of Bronsou, Mich., was a visiour city tho past week. Mr. John tor in Dillehay, of Danville, was in Lancaster Sunday visiting. MIsb Fannio Shugars has returned from a visit to friends at McKinnoy. This is without doubt the shortest aud yet tho most satisfactorily complete loyo Btory ever published. 1. 1 Maid, oue. Maid won. Made one. A woman is sweet, And so is a rose; A rose talks not, Rut goodness knows! II. well-know- n , III. d one-tblr- For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested and the millions who have received benefit from ita use testily 10 Its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of the Tnroat result. About Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the KidueX cures but without The bcit wire in the woiU for cuti. bruliei, a car ajro he began use ol lilcctrlc Bitters and test so long and that haa given so universal satistelter, toics. ulcer, tall rheum, fever lore.,kln eruption!, found relief at once, Electric Hitters is especially faction la no exmirlinent. Each bottle is positive hnd.,chilbUin.corni nond all repuired. It if adapted to euro ot all Kidney and Liver troubles ly guaranteed to give relief or the money will be py poiitivety cure. pife, or most or money aud often gives almost instant relief. One trial relunded. It is admitted to be the tree reliablo iuSrwteeif to Bive periect I rial bottles Colds. at A. K, cents per box. For sale by will prove our statement. Price only 50c, (lor for Coughs and fefunded. i'ne. Penny's drug (tore. Large size joe and i. argo bottle. At A. K Penny's Drug Store. 1'eony, Stanford, Ky. A. K. A Quartor Century Test. The great lire last week which almost destroyed the city of St. Albans, Vc. was started iu a peculiar way. A young woman was heating a curling iron over a koroaene lamp; the iron struck the lamp, which exploded and spread KY. ilamee uutil tho city was nearly all laid I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluin ashes. At tho door of the Presbyterian tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imchurch in Troy in Woodford, Suuday, two possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming brothers-in-lamet in deadly encoun- to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these ter. Archibald Riley was killed and his goods will arrive in the next few days. antagonist, George B. Montgomery, was 1 fatally wounded. Riley had wronged aud deserted Montgomery's sister. A good black slicker Si. 25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth Andrew Eugebretson, an old furmer cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5. 50. Mens sandals worth 75c living in Coon Valley, Wis., is under arfor 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for rest, charged with attempting to poison bis two sous, a daughter-i- u law and a 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, -2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat,- pants and vest, S2:so to S7.50, worth $$ to cousiu. Men' fine suits, imnorted iroods. elepantlv trimmer! nnrl tnilnr A silver convention has been called nic. at Memphis as an offset to the sound made for $12.50 to S15, former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits tuat tailors charge double the money for. money meeting. Tho United Confederate veterans ! have chosen Juue 3 us Confederate me niorial day. Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them Yea, verily, girls are of fov days and lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unfull of mischief and whosoever is deceivtil you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have ed thereby is not wise. When the fair in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of one choweth her gum with much hssto and Blampeth her pretty foot with much check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for vigor, then beware. She eateth ull win- half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They ter of tho devoted young mtu'd oyetera are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. and partaketh with glee of his Bleigh A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for$M5 rides, but when the gentle spring com- Tho sequel Buy and sell for Cash."1 winketh the other eye and go- - worth S3. eth she eth with the new beau. Ex, TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. JAMES FBYB. HUSTONYIIXE, aLOTi3:i2rc3-- S3-Blac- k DEBSS GOODS Si " Cr A i- 'i .tk?fcf Xvgpy:?,; -.- rfW-y- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - 31 Stanford. Kir., VV. at 28, 1895 P. WALTON. at Mem -- ' Joseph Coleman, of Madiaouville, after a night of revolry, sat down on tho railroad track near his home ami was Down in the rural ruuiona of Texas tho killed by a train. other day, the hayseeds who had heard President Cleveland, in retaliation about the free silver business, met and Gov. Altgeld, will, it ia said, appoint appointed the locil preacher a commit-,e- o on no Illinois man to oflke who docs not of one to receive the sum allotted to silver. that community and make an equal di- oppose free Experts claim to have found nn advision. This sounds absurd, but it is shortage of $1,747.44 in the colsaid to be absolutely true, and we be- ditional office at Lexington during the lieve it, Bin co about half of those who fa- lector's of J. Hull Davidson. vor (me silver have the same idea that term James Sturgill was shot and mortalthey are going to get something for nothly wounded in a street battle Saturday ing. night at Morehead, Ky., with the town planToe free silveritea are saul to bo marshal and his deputies. ning to establish a paper at Louisville to Senator Btlco says that the silver do their talking, with Urey Woodson, J. craze is dying out in Ohio, and Gen. M. Richardson and Harry Sommera ediWarner, leader of the party, is discourtors. They clal.ii to have plenty of mon- aged at the outlook everywhere. ey to back the enterprise, but we tako it John Halls, Jr , and William Royce, unleps they are lunatics on every who criminally assaulted a young girl, that question as well as that of free silver were taken from the Danville, 111., jail they will not throw it to the birds that bv a mob at daybreak und lynched. way, hut remember that "man's a vapor The body of Henry McDaniel, a fall of woes, starts a paper, up he goes. prominent citizen, was found in the road near his home in Harlan county. He g Michigan has passed an waa the victim of an unknown assassin. law. Aa people never treat in that sec The Metal Worker, of Now York, tion of the country, we can not see the says 28 tin plants are now in operation , necessity of its presage, hut it might go with 10 more building. About 15,000 in Kentucky, where the propensity to bo hands are emploved in tho mills now social is very pronounced. It is a fool- running. ish custom, this treating is, all the same, The mangled remains of a man and many a man with little power to re- found in the railroad Yards at Montgom sist has been made drunk by having ery, Ala.,',turned out to ho thoHO of a whisky forced down him, when he wonld revenue informer who had probably rebel if bread was bo crammed. been murdered. Silas Halsey gave a banquet in New Oscar How has the migbty fallen York, to which only octogenarians and HOLMES Wilde, the lusthetic, "the glass of fashion nonagenarianB were invited. There wore Ii a candidate for Superintendent of Schoolt of and tho mould of form, the observed of combined ages were Lincoln count, subject to the action ol the all observers," of a certain class, in pris 23 presbnt and their Hottmbtt election, 1895. nearly 2,000 years. on garb and doing time for a crime too Fred Griffio, who as cashier of tho hideous to be mentioned! Truly it can S. Northwestern National Bank, of Chicabe said of bim that while he lived ht of Publ-'$50,000 waa sen- Ii a candidate (or Superintendent about Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action lived in clover and when ho died he go, defaulted for United States court to Ave of the Democratic party. died all over. Once the pride of syco- tenced in the phants, now there are none bo poor as to yeara' imprisonment. GUUMMP Wanted, to do sewing. I'lalu Mint Director Preston has proved OEi VY 1 1 U. Garment! preferr d. Mti. C do him reverence that only four States, with less than a J. CRAIG, near Oanrill tol. fate, Stanford, Kj. The nows cornea that the Watts steel million inhabitants, would be benefited plant at Middlesboro is to bo started some by free silver at the expense of the other more. People, who have interests there 09,000,000,000 in the country. The Stanford & Knob Lick Turnpike Road Nineteen true bills were returned Co. hat declared a 6 per cent, dividend on iti are, however, are tiring of this loo oft y capital stock. The shareholders will apnlr to holding of the bow of promise to the ear against Dr. W. L Breyfogle, I. 8. the undersigned lor tame, presenting at the U J. Frederick, their certificates of stock. C. FOWLER, and Clarence to be broken to the heart, and will not President. J believe that such a thing as a revival charging embezzleraeut in the failure of city, is pos- the New Albany Banking Company. of business in the Three young men went behind a sible or probable till they have ocular counter where moonshine whisky was demonstration of it. Crab Orchard, Ky. aold near Bristol, Tenn., and drank by Meet all Trains night and day. Patroni taken to Great Bbitian, India and all the othAurnotUTiKs on palmistry say that mistake from a bottle containing chloroany part of town Free of Charge. er countries over which good Queen Vic76th women with long thumbs always do form. Only one was left to tell the tale. Good Livery Attached. Fare of Hotel J 00 per toria reigas are celebrating her A. II. UASTIN, Prop. Tho democratic editors' association day. birthday, which occurred last Friday. their best to have their own .way. Our been permitted to live observation, as well as experience, is that of New York State adopted a resolution Few rulers have that peculiarity is not confined to any pledging the democratic press of the bo long and fewer still have retained to They are nearly State to oppose any legislation looking to eo remarkable a degree, the love and re- particular class of women. hands of all built that way, whether their thumbs the free and unlimited coinage of silver. Combined bay stallion, 16white. high; both hind spect of her subjects, aa the queen anklet The widow of Willis B. Machon, empress af India. She be elongated or circumscribed in length. England and the BY ADDAL.LAH MESSENGER who Berved by appointment one session waa crowned at the age of 18, June 20th, dim the William Lutk saddle mare, by Davy NEWSY NOTES. in the United States Senate from this Crocket, ton of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. 1837, on the death of her father, King id dam by Highlander. Willie Karnes waa kicked in the face State, committed Buicido at the home of Abdallah Messenger, sire of English Hunter, is "William IV, and at once gave evidence of by a horae at Granto Lick and fatally a sister at Clinton. Ill health waa the by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Maucnger the strength of character and honesty of 2 i6t4( Jake a ,t and 7 others belter than 1 30 itt dam Susie by Sentinel a aoK in 187a, sire of Von cause. purpose that has always characterized hurt. Armn a 19 ami 7 others better than a jo, and Hon. Hugh McCulIoch, Lincoln and Tn , Ylruinia municipal electiona full brother to Volunteer, a dam Kitty Rivers, g. her. Long may she live Johnson's famoiiB secretary of the treas- the democrats swept Portsmouth, d. ot Maud Messenger a 164; bya Alexander's Abdallah, tire ot Goldsmith Maid 14, and the tncs drew first blood in a con-te- at ury, is dead, aged 87. Blackbukn Lynchburg, Alexandria and Lexington. prepotent son of Kytdyk's liamblctonlan, 3 dam by Red Cash Eversolu has been acquitted of Roanoke City aud Winchester show re- lucky Wilkes a Jacket,otsire ofe It 0ofdam of Ken with Gov. McCreary in his neighbor Red Wilkta ai, and the d. ing county of Jee6amine. R. S. Perry, the charge of attempting to kill Jesse publican gains. Little significance is at- Uy Comet, a son of Sherman Morgan, sire of Verof the Morgan mont's lllack II wk, founder an avowed follower of the free silver Fields in Perry county. family, the greatest family of roadtteia iu the tached. world. Mrs. Mary Pitsenbarger became tofor the Legislative nomapostle, defeated The Atlanta Journal gives currency I will stand English Iluutcr the season of itg$ ination, Jon. Wallace, who ran in the in- tally paralyzed while attending tho buri- to a rumor that Gen. Schofield will be at my stable 3 miies from Shelby Citr, on the Knob l.ick and Turnertvtlle pike at Sti 10 insure terest of Gov. McCreary, by a majority of al of her brother at Versailles, 0. a candidato for president on a free silver a living colt. Money due when colt is foaleJ or with. Rev. Wm. Kendricks, of Indianapo- platform, and that hia visit to Houston mire parted stand the excellent young jack, 24. Disappointed office seekers are at I will alio the bottom of the work, though consid- lis, has been indicted for killing his wife. was expected to help him with the solGOVERNOR ST. ering the fact that Mr. Wallaco is a plain He claims that robbers killed her. dier vote. never nought political preAn Arkansas City young man has farmer, who Willis Swiftzer, of Van Wert, O, Five years old, 16 hands high, with white points, style and ferment before, and that Perry had been courted the same girl for 11 years and was killed while cleaning out his well. heavy bone, good lack, Tom extra length. Sired Keene, by Rube llil by the champion Mammoth, he by by county clerk for 18 years and knew all proposes twice a year without success. He filled a bucket with mud and when lington, he and Clark'a Marlngo MammothWight's Tom he by Claude Kennedy, a negro, waa it was being drawn up the rope broke, Mammoth, by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Mont the points in wire working, his race was Keene's dam (Jole'i Montgomery, hanged by a mob near Slurgis, Friday, the bucket Btriking him on the head gomery, by Tom Krcno's ad dam or UIU Jilack a remarkable one. Sampson. ujr Mogul, by Compromise, by Tippecanoe, by HIack Hawk, by girl. night for assaulting a 13 year-olkilling him instantly. Imp. Warrior. Gov. Ht. John's dam Dolly Woods, affecting scene at the There was an Rue Montgomery, for the killing of The fellow Taylor, keeper of a male by TuIIy a Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. at Houston, Texas, his father, was sentenced to two years in The aSove finely bred young jack, whuseb'ocd Confederate brothel, and Oscar Wilde, the tcsthetic, linet trace twice to the great Warrior family and Lubbock told of taking the penitentiary at bis Columbia trial, when lllack the war a perverter of young men, were each giv- to the noted with anHawk, thegreatett of imported infunon ol Little Winnie Davis in hia arms to see Miners in the Pittsburg district have en two years in prison at hard labor by nor family, up, hat proved a great fieth blood dote breedir. Will her father, Jefferson Davis, while he was practically given up their strike for 69 the London judge, who regretted that he stand at JO to Insure a living colt to approved for jennets, without distinction as rnsresand in prison at Fortress Monroe. Miss Win- cents per ton, and will return to work at could not inflict a severer punishment. I will alio stand to sex ol progeny. present and she rushed into the CO cents. nie waa SAM SMALL, arms of the old man and together they The sum of $15,000 awaits the inFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. wept, while many an old eye, which At 54 to insure a living colt. Sam Is aaid to be the ventor who can devise something to prebest cotton mule Jack in the country the scene, grew moist and dim. vent a horse from throwing his tail over Elizbert, a 100 to 1, won a race at B. P. POWE of the Confederacy," as "Ine Daughter Litonia. tho lines. , he is called, is the pride of the old solWheat went up to 82 cents a ChicaFive members of a family named and she waa the recipient of many Studebaker near Kokomo, Ind., have go Friday. diers marked attentions during the M. F. Elkin bought of W. II. Johncommitted suicide within the last two Day stallion, 16 hands high; foaled in 1890; goes all tne gaits penectiy. run orntner to Silver son a lot of butcher stuff at 3c. years. Kine and the i?reat show mare. Allie G A mas died in Henderson, Friday, Mr. A car of nice oats just received. Call Mrs. George Freshour, of Goshen, He is by Un Time. First dam Mollle Mountz 8. 8. SIsk, who deserves, if what is aaid patent cure to releive her before buying. J. H. Baughman & Co. by Cabbers Lexington. true, to have several extra Ind , took a of him be Thero are only two French bred high-u- p seat in headache. She died a short while afBtara in bis crown, and a terward in great agony. horses that have trotted in 2:30 or betheaven for bis self denials here. It is Brown stallion, 15K hands high; foaled In 1803. Wind and rain did much damage in ter. Sited by Wool,' bugle llird. first dam Moilie told of him that he had never been southwest Texas. canning factory Mountz, as above. This is as fine a horse as you At Rockport 10 The Russellville Kentucky and goes all taddlo g.its will find known to use an oatb, tobacco in any buildinga, including a hotel and a will pack 70,000 cans of tomatooa this gcod. in intoxicating liquors. form or to touch church, were blown down. viraeaeon. He might have found happiness in aonjof J. C. Bower, of The Mascot, Jr., in the firBt pacor to endidn't have much fun in this tue, but ho Versailles, Ohio, played with matches. ter tho 2:30 Hat tbia year. He wont a goes. uaric orown siaiuou, 15;. hands high, tired by world, as the averago idea of fun His clothing caught fire and the little mile at Baltimore in 2:25. Cheater Dare. First dam Daisy, b y Wallace Den- mark, Elmore. Daisy has been dam bv B. D. Holtzclaw bought cf Richard a blue and winner inDick rings in her 3 and 4 year Tat, Tsititnvillo crand Jury refused to fellow was burned to death. many tie caso and Senator Palmer, of Illinois, says Robinson 6 yearling cattle at $12 and old fcrm. Indict Fulton Gordon in either The above stallions will make the season of 1895 win not ue ur Secretary Carlisle standi a better chance Bold him a milkjcow at2jc. at my stable mile from Stanford on the the deplorable tragedy at of is well and for the democratic presidential nominaThe Harrodsburg Democrat tells ther aired in tne courts. It wiped enat 3J and $10 tion than does any other man. the sale of 30 butcher cattle it would be better could it be so far as Near Chestnut Mound, Tonn., JJen-r- y 2,500 lambs at 4J for June delivery. of memory, except in tirely out Colt stand good for season money, McKinney discharged a Winchester might deter other Lister Witherspoon, of Woodford Marei from a distance kept at $1 per" mouth, the terrible sequel ,, rifle which he didn't know was loaded, county, sold to tho Sweet Water, Tenn., but not responsible for accidents. mn and women from straying killing Sialhons in charge of Hoy S. Ueajlcy. Am prehia two littl a sinters and slightly Milling Co. 20,000 bushels of old wheat pared to handle horses at reasonable prices. in the end from the narrow path to suffer J injuring a JOE E. FARRIS. infant. at 75c. ignominy and death bination." well-know- phis waa utten Jed by thousands of business men from all parts of the South and the reault must have a decided effect on atammlng the wild tide of those who would upset the mouev standards and bring disaster ind ruin upou the country. Gen. Oatchings. of Mississippi, presided and resolutions were adopted demanding a sound curroncy, based on gold, and favoring bimetallism only on the basis of iutcrnationul agreement. Secretary Carlisle- was in fine condition .and never appeared to better advantage than when he faced the vast assembly and delivered his masterly address against the wild schemeB of the free silver men, who would revolutionize our monetary Byfatem and thus destroy the credit of the Rovernment and the people at home and Hbroad, violate the oblipi-tion- s of all contracts, uaaettfe all values, reduce tho wages of labor, expel capital from our country and seriously obstruct the trade of our people amon themselves and with the peoples of other countries. Mr. Carlisle clearly showed that wtiiie wo now have effort practical bimetallism, the to that end would result in the loss of all the gold in circulation and the reduction of the purchasing power of the remaining money one half. No nation has ever succeeded in the attempt to keep gold and silver in concurrent circulation, the result being alwayB a gold or silver monoInstead of having more metallism. m,oney than we now have in circulation we should bavo less under a free silver coinage law and that would be of such a depreciated nd fluctuating quality that producers would suffer irretrievably. The fall in the price of silver he shows has nothing to do with fall of prices of other commodities and ho proved the utter fal sityof the claims of tho inflationists that all oar woes are due to tho crime perpctra ted up6n the white metal. Hia argument against the benefits of cheap money to the debtor class, as advanced by the silver men, were based on observation and senBe and completely demonstrated the insincerity ot such claims. No man, unless he is so wedded to his idol as to be impervious to reasoning and practical, every day common sense, can fail to Bee the fallacy of his own position and if he be a true man acknowledge his error. The Memphis convention has raised strong hopes that the folly, fanaticism and disaster, which threatens the country may be averted and that right, equity and justice to all classes will finally prevail. ed Tiik aound money convention made a miserable failure at Lawrencohurg In his attempt to answer Secretary Carlislo. lie devoted most of his time in frying to convict the secretary of inconsistency and a change of front, but it is not in tho great "cave of winds" or any other man, for that matter, to controvert the facts that the secretary presents. Mr. Blackburn is desperate. lie sees tho handwriting on the wall and utters this to keep his courage, up: "I am greatly handicapped, but let Messrs. Cleveland, Carlisle and nil the rest take the stump, and I will win this race in spite of the whole comSKNAroit IlLACKnuns Controller Kent's Hays all that this country needs is a basis, or standard, for metallic currency, and conn Ience. John A. Morris, the millionaire turfman and lottery m.ig"M'. died of on his nine1 nvur Korrfill. Tdx. More freluht cars have bion built so far this year than in ull of 1891. Tho number is 22,020 and they cost $10,000,-00apo-plex- Edward G. Bedford, of Paris, sold to D. T. and J. 8. Wilson his tobacco crop of about 30,000 pounds at $13 50 all round. Ladies and Gentlemen y 0. In Alabama, Perry Calhoun was too attentive to William Black's wife. Calhoun died with a bullet nolo In his heart. anti-treatin- -- Mrs. Langtry, who is now devoting her entire attontlon to hor training sta.Will be strictly ia it at the. ble in London,' ia a heavy loser in the venture bo far. -- G. & O. P. Cecil, of Danville, will breed over 100 of thulr own mares this year. They are evidently expecting an advance in horse stock. Scott Fitrris, of Crab Orchard, hue a gelding by Adam PenWn Eddie W. that can show quarters in 37, either trotting or pacing. THIS WEEK. Gil Curry paced threo winning hen's 2:11 and 2:12, tho at Baltimore in 2:13, We propose to break all previous records. Ladies libbed vests 5c, fastest time over made aa early in the season as the month of May. worth loc. Ribbed hose for children and misses 5c, that sell every, The Midway Clipper reports sales of where else for IOC. Ladies' Kid Gloves 75c. Figured lawns, fast 29 yearling cattle at $10 SO to $19 10 and a c. Shirtwaists, all colors, 48c. Men's bleached drill draplot of fat cattle at 3; 25,003 pounds ot colors, wool at 1 Ic and 17,000 pounds of Hurley ers 25c. Men's Balbriggin underwear, shirts and drawers, .Sc a suit. tobacco at 12 cts. Men's and boy's working shirt 25c. Negige shirt, laundered collar Dedman farm of The and cuffs, 4SC Children's shoes 20c. Extra heavy sox for men 5c. 5G0 acrep, in Fayette county, eight milea east of Versailles, was sold publicly at an Six foot window shade with all the fixtures 20c. average of $99.43 per acre, and tho home place of 2S5 arres, $118 80 an ncro. Tho Advocate saya that Androw Whitloy and Lovo Lilian!, who bought 10,000 bushels of wheat last fall at 65 cts, are tho happiest men in Boyle, because of the rise. The have been the butt of many a joke, but he laughs best, who laughs lust. Halma won the Latonia Derby as Always an interesting theme, but more interesting here than in oth was expected of him. He went the dis- cr stores, because of the fascinating pi ice attraction. tance with 127 pounds up in tho re markably faat timo of 2:34. Free Ad Bring your boy in and get a knee pants suit(for 75c. Remember wc vice w8 second and Basso third. Halma sold 2 to 5 in tho books. Fifteen arc headquarters for thousand people saw the race. A shipment of 130 head of 1,170 lbp. distillery cattle from Kentucky were sold last week in Chicago at 5 35. A of cholco grade Shorthorn bullocks, weighing 1,393 lbs. reached $0. Suits, odd pants, Summer coats wd silk vests. Two 1,425 lb. Hereford steers went to d 10 25. A bunch of IllinoU steers 1,705 lbs. and broucht $( to 0 25. boMle : Store n ' Tailoring Goods, : car-loa- d aver-nee- 1 CHARLES II. W. LOUISVILLE STORE, BURCII, A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. 1 sroTxcx i Wind-standle- The Great Battle FOR SUPREMACY, Which wc have waged so successfully this year has given us the fiist rank as clothiers and gents' furnishings in the entire county Tile goods we sell arc produced by masters of art and ic THE BASTIN HOUSE, m English :: Hunter. 1 Dren-no- We are the Mas- ters of Prices. Have you seen our Regent Clay Worsted Suits ? If 'not is your loss, and until you arc clothed in one you will not be dressed. Don't fail to sec them and get the prices. There is nothing like them. The ladies should not let anything prevent them from examining r n. 1 lam-il- y In Oxfords, buttons and lace, and our wash and woolen dress goods. Our Peerless hosiery, our J. B. and P. D. Corsets, our silks for shirt waists all of which arc the most complete lines ever offered. Goods of every line are advancing rapidly and you should avail Our Perfection Shoes, HUGHES & TATE. St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, JOHN, yourself of this opportunity. d re-uni- on er-Go- v. 3- -0 MERSHON s & GREER, Proprietors. wit-oesee- d All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing style. done in first-clas- ft 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 ROYAL KING. re-uni- MR. E. H. KINLEY. SR SXPERIENCED Has charge of our Painting Department. PMNTER. ve Give us a trial. Eaglet. BICYCLES ! - BICYCLES Chester Denmark. 1 Huston-villepi- to Insurer Live Colt. w .., Hundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty-Five- ; 85 dollar wheels at 65 dollars; 65 dollar wheels at 50 dollars. Second hand wheels very cheap Bicycle Sundries for sale cheap and Repairing of all kinds done W. H. V7EAREN & CO. & &mi-Weekly Thkv do say that yonng Johnson, who CHURCH AFFAIRS. When in search of-holding n SanctiflcUion meeting 'at Drkha kooJb in pitlttrna at tlio lowest The Methodist church has had its Goshen, Is fairly "setting the woods prices nt ShunUs', annual spring cleaning and repairing a lire." Everybody is getting it. Stanford. Ky., . May 2d, 1985 aud How looks as neat as a now pin. Roiin, to the wife of Charles Carter, of Miss Okttik Thurmond, who haa'just The Northern Presbyterian AssemRrlghts Mill, n Ann boy. closed her school, desires it said that bly adopted resolutions favoring total mm E. C. Walton, Business Manager Kmilihh China dinner set, 10D pieces, while all her scholars generally did well, abstlnonco for the individual and aboliFOREdwin Jones, John Lasloy, James Phil- tion of tho whisky traffic. $ 7 50. Dunks, the Jowoler. ips and John Jones excelled in scholarPERSONAL POINTS. The corner stone of the now Bible WitiirksA HocKKiiaro headquarters ship. college at Lexington was laid Saturday R. M. Kewland wont to I'lnevillo yen for wnll paper and window shades. A Methodist preacher, who is hold- with short but impressive ceremonies. terdny to tnko a prisoner. Zriolkh shoes Ht Shanks'. They aro ing forth at Rowland, is said to out do The building is to cost 125,000. Mb. Allen Ukazlky wont to Lexing. The first colored Catholic church in Sam Jones in plainness of speech. He the best, therefore tho cheapHt. You can be supplied by ton Saturday to tnko hoiiio horses. refers to his hearers as "Jackasses" and the South was dedicated last week at Du. W. S. Ukazlby, of Lancaster, has Only a few Bets Mt of those $5 solid applies other equally as expressive ap New Orleans, La. The church owes its bet-tlio Kuest of Mr. J. l' UummiiiH. silver teaspoons. Danks, tho Jowuler. foundation to Mother Katherine Drexel. pellations to them. Mrs. Matt Coiibn, of Iticlimonii, spunt The colored Catholics of tho dioceae Hovcral ilnj s with Misa Nora Moroland. Tiik Stanford Academy, F. J. Dulley, Tub Ladieu' Aid Society of the Rush Ma. Will Morklanu wont to Oolutn. principal, will close June 7. Thero are Branch Christian church will givo a number 75,000. At the Christian Endeavor Convenlia yesterday to recoivo 10,000 pounds of no graduates this Reunion. strawberry supper at Bright's school-houstion at Louisville it was shown that wool. near Hubble, June 1. Tho sup- thero aro 2S9 societies in the State with Tiik Popplewell Hotel at Somerset was Mr. I 0. Kemp, of Mlildleaboro, camo per will consist of cakes, ices and straw 12,250 members, an increase of 3,000 dusold by Mastnr Commissioner Morrow to down Sunday and took his wifo and son, berries, which will be served from i to ring the year. Paducnh was chosen as Mrs.lon Popple well for f I 3m. Philip, homo yesterday. 0. Admission 2oc. All aro cordially in tho next place of m 9 m meeting. MisseB8..PAXT0.v, tlyman and Apple-iiauOait. W. H. KiKiiv.of the "Jerk vited to bo present. After a lone consideration of the of Cincinnati, spent several days is rejoicing over a new passenger With her annual remittance for "the subject the Cumberland Presbyterian of IiMit wcok with Mr. W. H. Travlor. coach. The K. O. Ib looking up. n For the purpose of testing the value of advertising and particularly dear old honi4 ptptr," Mrs. Lettio Lee General Assembly has decide I that Miw Lillik PrrTUs, of Somerset, has rnn not bo ordained to preach in the Tub now dwelling of Win. D. Johnson Rochester Gudgell writes from IndeRichbeen visiting iter brothers, Messra. Interior Journal as a medium through which the public can be ard and William Pottus, in the Gilberts near Kingsyillo burned Friday together pendence: Our Missouri season is quite that church. In doing so the Scriptural reached, the manager of onr Advertising Department and the Interior with most of tho contents. Mr Johnson advanced. Homegrown fried chicktn, command is aim ply complied with. Creek section. Tho Rev. Dr. Charles 11. Hemphill, Journal have agreed that in consideration of the Globe Clothing a largo family Including an invalid pea, strawberries for two weeks, and Mrs. E. 0. Walton and Lucy Leo nru his of Louisville, waa appointed by the House giving the readers of this advertisement the benefit of a DISspending tho week with the Misses Cook daughter nod tho loss is a heavy ono on cherries and currauls are nearly ripe. him. Weare charmed out here Independence Soutnorn Presbyterian General Assem- COUNT OF TEN PER CENT, on all purchases in IIuBtocvillo, while tho old man is that they make, is a real Southern town, but we can nev- bly at Dallas, chairman of a delegation working Mt. Vernon, there shall be no charge for this space if the returns from this space Tiioae persons who served as jurors at er forget tlio old to attend the Presbyte ian Council of town and frlonds. Mimics Laura Oahtbr, Fannie Shanks the February term of court can get their Reform churches at Glasgow, Scotland, arc not satisfactory. We have a stock of and Uollio Mcltoberts weut over to Lex- pay by citing on tho trustee of tho jury How is This? For legl legerdemain, in June, ington yesterday to attend the Com- fund, Mr. G. L. Penny, who has just re- the Pulaski courts aud attorneys are peWe have it pretty straight that the mencement of Hamilton College. They ceived a drnlt for tho money. culiar, if tho half that Constable Bene- editor of this paper was "terribly hanwill bo guests of the Misses Lyne. dict reports be true. He went there to Mins Olivb Huffman, daughter of Mt. The Lancaster conveyance has gotten brim: the negro back, who stole Mr. J. P. dled" in a Bermon at Junction City by one J. W. Hughes, of Wilmore, whoso and Mrs. J. I). IJutfmnn, of Lexington, down to a buggy now and that is likely Ballarn'rt homo, but that shrewd young acquaintance we do not even enjoy. Of High Art Clothing, best and latest styles, marked at a very close will gradunto at tho Pinltsburg, Mo., soon to be taken oil", since two trains lawyer, Mr. W. A. Morrow, assisted by a The point of our oflouding lies, we supCollege on the 30th and bo salutatori-a- n, each way linvo been put on the K. 0. negro attorney, succeeded in inducing pose, in some strictures made from time margin. In order to gain prestige we had to sell goods at a close wo see by a program jut received. Mack Fbkrkll has sent here for dis- the city court to believe that there was to timo on sanctiiication and the preach- margin, and now we are giving our customers the big end of the profTim Mt. Sterling Sentinel says that no charge against him and lie was dis- ers of it. It is immaterial what Bro. its. Any one cutting out this ad. and presenting it will we entitled. Mrs. Lavinia Montgomery and Mrs. Hel- posal a cectro table made by a convict, charged. Mr. Benedict then sworo out a Hughes, or any other clerical cubs for to a which is a marvel of iiTgeuuity, pntieuce en Chenault have located there and that warrant against tho negro charging him the latter will open a school for young and beauty. It is made of many woods with tho theft of tho sadJIe aud was that matter says of us, but we would sug(S 539 pieces. gest that this ono at least is gnawing a ladies. Doth ladies lived hero for a long and it is fttitl to contain . bringing him back to Lincoln on foot, file. He'd better preach Christ and time. A DlsiBTKOUtt freight wreck occurred for trial, when the BherilT intercepted him crucified or he may ha vo to ilee to O.s each recurring anniversary of his near Danville on the Cincinnati South- him with n habeas corpus writ. The the mountains of Hepsidam, and mourn wile's death, Mr. Phil Soden, of Louts-vill- ern Friday caused by tho breaking of an constable returned with his prisoner to with the whang-doodfor its first born. nover fails to come and strew and axle on No. 42, Walter Marshal conduc- Somerset, when Mr. Morrow demanded plant ilowcrson her grave. Ho was hero tor. Two tramps were killed and four a trial, got it and had tho upgro given 30 NEW ADVKBTISKMENTi. Friday and Ml tho little mound hidden injured and over $20,000 worth of cars days in jail for stealing the saddle. Mr. No goods will he sold for less than what they are marked, unless a with beautiful blossoms and sprinkled and uiorchandiso destroyed. Benedict then Jlried to bring the horse "THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW copy of this ad. be presented. The TEST with loving tears. home, but Mr. Morrow claimed that the FROM OLD A sound mousy man ottered to buy n negro had given it to him to defend him free sliver crank's farm the other day, to CITY AND ViniHITY. and so tho odicor returned with nothing bo paid for in silver, both in tho cash Silk for waists at Shanks'. but an old saddle worth perhaps a dollar and deferred payments, but he showed or two. Mr. Ballard has brought suit to Havk you tried Danks' imitation cut his Inconsistency by declining He knew Since their diicorery CO, recover his horse against the lawyer and thete famous Sprlnet mote than a century pleasnac given realth and ifJ free coinage bill passes, silver dollars 'glass? Ending May 31, 1895. the liveryman and ho will see whether or ure toi mighty army ol Invalids and Touriitl wilfbe worth only 50 cents. Xxw designs in folding beds and chairs not Pulaski has laws peculiar to herself, fria all paiti ol the world. The SpriDgi are No trouble to shov goods. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re at Withers A Hocker's. Mies Katb Rlain, who Ib now snugly or lawyers who makn the laws to keep Now Open for Reception of Guests. clients from suffering the penalties Iioatlog. Howling, Illlliardi, Dancing. Driving, funded. oilice, asks us to their Go to Wilkinson's (or a shave, hair cut ensconced in her new Fuhloe, Outdoor Gansea, Gox.d Muilc, New my to those who desire to teach that of their crimes. and hot and cold baths. Livery, An Excellent Cuitine, thero will be an examination for white Skull Crushed. While covering Mr. And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. Lost. Diamond ruby and Kmerald teachers June 7 and 8 anil for colored John M. White's roof Friday, Mr. Cbae. TERMS MODERATE. s:rf pin. Reward If left at this oliico. Juno 14 and 15. Tho examiners are II. M.Stanwood, a tinner engaged with O. Board and Rooms, ta to J13 per week. Special S. Young and Charles H. Holmes. W. Ohesnnt, of Danville, fell to the Kates to Families and Societies. Tub Hustonville Masons aro preparFor further information apply to ground, a distance of 30 feet, his head ing for a big picnic on Saturday, July 22. Sthawiibkmks. Mr. Thomos F. John- striking the brick pavement around a citGTJ3 HOF.MA.NN, Prop.. . S Crab Orchard, Ky. The Stanford Gold liand has engaged son, of Klngsville, sent ns a basket of tern and fracturing his skull. Dt. O'Ran-noto play at Crab Orchard Decoration Day, strawberries by his father, Mr. J. L. of this place, and Drs. Cowan A Johnson, Saturday, which beat anything Cowan and Dunlap, of Danville, were 30th. in slzo we have seen. It only took about sent for and after examination and con -:- E.NOLisu dinner set, 25 of them to make a quart and , they B'lltatlon decided that the patient wi B 104 pieces, beautiful deacorations,13 75. wero delicious as they were large. He not in condition to be operated on and Danks. . sold oevoral bushels to UigginB A McKlu-ne- y postponed it. Mr.'S tan wood ia in a criti A nto scandal is now giving tho gosat f 4 a bushel and Uioso gentlemen leal condition and tho chances are largi 5, sips of Rowland something to roll under will handle all his crcp. ly against his recovery. He is a splen- I will offr at public sale on ray place, Edeehill, their tongues. a'j, miiis from GciTcetown, ky., on the The nbw Suit. Mips Kato Blain pass- did young man, an active member of the Payne's Depot pike, Ws are overstocked on SHildles. Como ed the requisite examination without a order of Knights of Pythias, an Odd Fellow, a Methodist and a member of 20 Hoad of Trotting Bred Stock, in and get them cheaper than ever be- mistake and qualified ns school superintho Y. M. U. A. His wifo, mother and Consiit tig of Itrood Marcs, Geldings and Fillies. A J. W. IlAUghiuau. fore. M.S. tendent. Tho salary 'is JS00 n year at Two of the brood mares have filly fculs at side .IT IS tho pleasure of tho iIbci! court and she only sister aro grateful for tho loving by Mmmons a aS and another mare by Robert McA ktkb two days of showers yesterday , kindueBs rfnd tender care shown him by Gregor a 17 is in foal to same horse. w!l hold the oilice till her successor is One 7 (jeldlng, sired by Aithurton, out was sunshiny and tho signal service said elected in November and qualifies. Thero tho members of the Danville and Stan- of damot Kpaulot a 10, Ik a handsome roadster. One it would bo fair and warmer Tucedny. by Red Wlllts, Jr , and is not a more worthy young lady in Lin- ford K. P. lodges, the entire family of two Geldings by King Rene, aie prom. Mr. White and ttie neighborhood gener- ising as trotters; also one uld Filly by HinIf you want a set of harness, a saddle, coln county than Miss Rlain and in np ally. A member of tho Danville lodge, der Wilkes. blxtcen head are standard brrd and represent alapdu9teror repairing of any kind pointing her, Judge Davison shows that who has hud JO years' oxperinco iu tho such sires aa Haw Patch, King Rene, Robert McGregor, Hinder Wilkes you should call and jeo M. S. A J. W. ho is a man of unusual anigoaity, Simmon. sick room, says that Miss Pearl White is Pedigrees will be furnished and day of sale. on Raughmau. Stock will be sold on a credit of six months, "Havk you noticed that utter dejec the beBt untrained nurse in the world. A with interest at 6 per cent, per annum. Sale wilt begin at 10 o'clock a. ra. Comb aud seo our "Rttgent" Clay tion, that deserted banquet hall look reporter of this papor testifies similarly. JUNIUS W. JOH.NSON. THAT our lustre, brilliantinc, Sergo that now beclouds tho erstwhile handworsteds, As wo go to press wo learn that Mr. and skeleton iUnnel coats and vesta for some features of Mr. W. A. Tribble?" Stanwood, strange as it may bo, bus re'Yes. What is tho matter? Has ho lost gained consciousness and is doing well. Summer. Hughes A Tato. , a friend?'' verily." "Sweetheart Diioi'i'CD Dbau. Mr. W. W. Webb, a gone back on DEATH'S DOINGS. him?" "Nothing of the Royle county farmer, aged 50, who leaves kind." "Then tell mo the cause." "Miss As agent of the heirs of Mahnda Cowan, I will Mrs. J. K. McClary died at Mt. Ver- sell tu the highest bidder, on the prtmises, at a a wifo and It children, dropped dead Kate Malloy has gone to Versailles and o'clock P. M., on while sitting in a blacksmith shop at as his heart went with her, ho is incon- non Sunday aftor a long illness. Eight. een months ago Dr. Peyton relieved her xst, 1895, Junction City. solable." of an ovarian tumor weighing 55 pounds. A Good Little IM Oun Liberty reporter devotes consider Sbo rallied quickly and for over a year At midnight Saturday, Marshal Look at our Gents' Underwear; 104 able space to a notice of tho doctort' Land, attempted to arrest a couple of ne- was able to attend to her housework, but Farm meeting there, which we publish by spe- groes who were behaving disorderly. she was takon with abscesses aud one Near Mt. Salem, in Lincoln county, on the pike ', Look at our Ladies' Underwear; from Mt. Salem to Middleburg. The cial request, apoligizing to tho doctors, One of them resisted and ho felled him after another finally sapped her vitals. leading Look at our Gents' Fancy Shirts; who as a general thing have a horror of with his "billy." The other looked liko Sho was about 43 years old and a daugh- Farm Has Good . Improvements soeiug their names In print, if it costs he was trying to draw his pistol and tho ter of Judge Cook, and all who knew In tenant-- houses, etc., and has Look at our Gents' Tfes; several good officer went for IiIb. It was very dark her speak in terms of the highest praise. Spii.igs and other stock water on it. Any one desiring to look at the farm can call on Robert Look through our Stock and (anything. The sudden death of Mrs. James Cowan on the premises. decided whethor the and both succeeded in getting away. ' Terms: One half cash; Next day it wks learned that the negro Walker Givons, which occurred Thurs- eioal Installments, bearing balance Inatt and a yeara sermon by Rov. W. E. interest the rate of , Get our Prices before you buy, 6 per vent, per annum. ' Ellis will be delivered at tho Christian who got it in tho head is named John day afternoon, shocked the section in Possession given Sept. 15, 1895. And you will be convinced that the above statement is truer JUHNN.MHNEFEE, church or Walton's Meeting House, but Durnsido and that both aro from Lan- which sho was held in such deservedly 11 Agent fcr Heirs. notice will be given. As is custom- caster. They had taken Mrs. Uumbor's high esteem as well as here where she due For some time past was ary there will be no other services in horses to ride over hero. she had been subject to "smothering town that morning at that hour. Puts Ur Its Siiuttkrs. -- Rather than spells." Sho had ono Thursday afternow two trains and a stage let it die a lingering doath, the members noon aud was laid on a bed, She fell "Thkkb are Of Lincoln County. to Lancaster dally, for those who wish of tho Christian Endeavor Society, which asleep shortly and Mr. Givens waa sent The New conveyance thither," wo remarked to for some time had been "growing small- for. When ho arrived Bhe was dyiug and voa iormer citizen of that place. "Yes, but er by degrees and beautifully less," although sho appeared to recognize him of Mr. P. M. McRoberts, Mill, what does anybody want to go thero at ted, on motion could not speak. In about an hour after Interrogative answer. last Sunday afternoon to dismiss sine the attack Bhe was dead. Mrs. Givens all for?" was his Lancaster, Ky., die, The last meeting was one of the We gaye it up, and , hereby refer it to was Miss Florenco Eatee, daughter of tho best, however. Miss Margaret Hughes Is n full Sonny Louis Landram, of the.Record. late Dr. B. P. Estes, of McKinney, and ol now buildersoperation, and invites the attention the of Lincoln county to its material, presided very gracefully and among the was a most excellent lady. She was a superioi workmanship and low prices. Note A coNCEiu will bo given by tho pupils features wero n duet by Miss Mary Cow-e- n graduate of tho College here, where she and Rev. S. M. Logan, "Oh, Savior, of Christian College, HuBtonyille, Tueslived a number of years and mado many SOME OUR day evening, Juno lth, at B r, m., and Precious Savior," and a solo of Miss lasting friends. A little over a year ago, an operetta, "The Merry Milkmaids," on Cowen, "Abide With Mo." Roth were she married M r. Givens, who suffers a Perfectly dear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Wednesday eveniug, 5th, at 8 v. M. A beautifully rendered and greatly enjoy- loss that only those who have similarly Sapei hundred. As low as $1 50 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boardlnir at email admission will bo charged to tho ed. The society was organized two years suffered can 'understand, and only those f i.jo per hundied. As low as 30 per hundred. will all bo en- - ago this Fall on the suggestion of Mies fully sympathize, Mrs. Givens was a AlfpaUerns aud thicknesses ot Ceiling In yellow Call and See Them. operetta. The exercises as of the Baptist church pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low low J1.35 per life as $a per hundred. Double dressed lumber as joyable and worth hearing. The Chris- Lucy Johns, then music teacher at tho and long member a truo and devoted Christian. May hundred, lieautitul tcIIow pinehnlshlug lumber, tian Endeavor S:ciety will have a supper college, and she was its tlrst president. those who upon whom her loss falls quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you., orders. at the collego on tho eveujog of Juno It has lasted remarkably and been the heaviest find consolation in' reliance T ELANCASTEitPLANINGMILL, upon the God she loved. Lancas ter. source of both pleasure and profit. 73 6n? after tho operetta. 5th, Interior Journal Clotiiino In fjroat variety nt Shank8,. Is -- . A - PRESENT ! -- .3 m Wedding of Birthday,Danks9, The m Jeweler. e, THIS AD. COSTS US NOTHING. Va-ter- ," vo-me- m w S15 1(0 m BIBCOU NTOF o, le PI CElNTo WEEK. Crab Orchard Springs. m m WILL LAST 1 in 9 n, Public Sal 'stttni-Porcolal- u TROTTING STOCK SRICTLY ONE PRICE The Globe CLOTHING HOUSE, J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky. m m On Wednesday, June m vear-o- Gel-lin- a- ear-ol- d Undisputed : Fact We Make the Prices, Carry the Best Stock, Sell the Best Quality ... "J-iay- Public Sale of Land! Saturday, June of Now-lun- d Acrosof , yt well-know- n. TO T5X CITIZENS SEVERANCE & SON. Lancaster Planing SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS, OF PRICES: Flannel, Worsted, Luster. 1 H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. , JmWfrrfk r ,. -- - W itR""" r t-'i- -- ";T "ntRTr? iw ";"cr--w"--T T V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journji , t 8 Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky A Narrow lcijo. An English newspaper has an item We1frour,eMlc,,to,hPub,cod. " ctn Train pass Junction City a follow a: about a littlo Scotch boy who while eetini. II,.. i....... ' ,,' collected in all parts i... t'yunly ot the No. South ......a. 48 a m No a North ...3 3; p m playing about the docks one morning " 3 pm " ra ' 4 ' 13.15 a ...1.35 " 5 " 11 3$ am " 6 " ...3.13am fell into tho water, and was with great ...6 00 am 840pm " 9 " difficulty rescued by a I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below I desire to call your attcullon la the fact that I am ready toseive you In Drt Mating in any Noth. Nos. 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur"You ought to "bo very glad I was and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. and all stairs. I talcs the best fashion ther than Junction City near by," said tho rescuer. im wnai The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, S25. Price teasonable onCome in isuies give meJournals I'oiicu mould wear. .. will trn In .... , tit... ,w an and "I am," replied the boy. "An' I'm a trial i,.v -- tin. tl.... arc SIX or in,in I emptor none but firtt class help tnotecatilo to choin, I do the work with the The New Home, style five, ?2S. sao glad yc got inc out What a liclcin' 25. l.lghtnlrc Dehotuer Can dehorn any Atprettntl bo found All made by the New Home Scwine Machine Co. are warranted ter'a residence can Lancaster at Miss Catrio Por three seconds. The knife makes a clean, cow In I wad have got fra my mlther if I'd ou Strot. .. : till. tin. tint r...h ."" - 1.....1. .1.. norn, smooth Attorney at.Law, Rtspectlully, MISS MARY I) SMITH, as ini) been drooncd!" Harper's Young Peo- for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will iu It. flipper dixit. It It the only humane war tod. ;;6m Stanford, Ky. ple, norn jjoet not punish 'he animal likenheta. - sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc t mil In. wniiinl .... u.ll .. ...1.1. K""i as .. : m lull s". offered; made i. saw, Out of Slcht. Kashville, Tenn., College for Toung1 Ladies, on,.. by the,.s...V-'V- for furtner icfjrtnstloa. call Will ac. at Executor,lAdministrttor and Assignno sneered nt vegetarians , 'W.M.nforu, ee j - .k. "j.uwi-ntuning iiuok. lot, In daysgono by; 'twas wrong. Special attention fglvento Settlements of Ho now perceives their nrguments Chtckcring, Hazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, at Attorney and Sale and Divlilon of Arc logical and strong. afants' Lands. Chicago Cottage, Gerts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, In confidence you QUEEN & CRESCENT. up-I'- ly dieted to boasting of the high fees Evory Tuoaday and Friday which ho received for Ids nrticles. published "That is pretty fair, no doubt," onco stranger S3 IMCR YEAR IN" ADVANCE sam a much was to him at a party. "How tho highest fee you TVhen not so paid 32.60 will be char(jed.ever got?" "Ten francs a line, replied Dumas. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Hah! that is nothing," replied tho Tralm leave Stanford t 7:15 a m aml3p.n1. other gentleman. "I got ' about half a million francs a line!" arming at 4:30 p n. and 9.05 p. m. "Really?" rejoined Dumas, with an L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. incredulous stnilo at tho apparently outrageous piece of brag. "Pray, what 13 37 p m No. i, Train going North " " No, . " bis am arc you?" " South No. tj, " .....1 a 04 pm "A railway contractor." On tlook. " " No. ia, " 115pm Heat Duinns on nomcncratlon. Alexandre Dtimns was mucli n&t K WEABESNo Grson Briar tSprings helm. Chat. Ennslin. nlULo. for cash or In trade lor coutt days at Stanford or at my home FOR SALK. I will taVe all the hides I leather on canget I J-- XV in Otten- - ttr W. : B. iPEHSriDT?" Dealer In ' Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages "Wagons, STANFORD, W. I,. WITHERS, Salesman. ISTST. Persons detirirg a pltco of this kind will find it to tlu I r advantaf e to call on or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 Dentist. 0(nconUln W. S. Stimrord, R. M. : Pt-Onlc- Ky. e Street, Opposlieji,. 1TOTICE -- r atore-hous-- Atty. at Law. Hurth. Burob. 'c.uty Newl.nd, Sheriff. c& ITowlRad, ". 1 READ THIS & SAVE MONEY, Having decided to move to my o in t.lltnrtl IT- w I -hair . .. !..... iIII " "I .v ,1 the business portion uf Rowland which I will tell or rent at a leatoniblo price. For Information o, T. C. HALL. Conoral Colloctora, TO THIS XiADIHS. s, 'to "Wallace Stanford, Varnon, iu Dehorn "Your Cattlo. 1 u.1.-- .- fc 1 Kentucky. Ft-ate- s, FIA1TOS: ! ORGA1TS: Kimball, ..'"" 1 1"' "- "- I OfEee on Lancaster St. overSupt.j'W. F. McCla-try'toK- ce. 90 U i I ff J. B. HIGGINS, All Kinds of Coal, . I'll tell why Ho altered his bollef Ho couldn't streteh bis salary Up to tho price of beef. Kansas City Journal. AN UNSArC KKCIUTACLE. Summer, Kimball, Hinzc, Prince & Son. J Rov. Geo. W. F. Pico, D.D., Pros., I And Others. P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. THE BLUE-CRASS Dealers n .. Sold on Easy Payment. Special Attention to Mall Orders. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I ever knew, who terved n.any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted. Address, now ready to Mrs. S. O.Truoheart, Former- am W atrr, Light deliver Ice irom the Manford and Ice Company's Factory . ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady PrinAt 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds cipal. And 1 ice! . over andjtfc Stanford, Kv. HERD OF Jchn D. Cattleman. A. C. Laaha Duroc Jersey Red Swine ttulldirifr.. tjinm fn a ld.il... Sf.Mt.l.a of 40 Officers, 1 cachets snd Lecturers Patronage irom inure rrlvilrges in Vandeibilt University. Muc Conservatory Artmlio Ovm- nasium. Fine Passenger I levators. Term begins vept, t, 1895. bend for CaUiogue Thrtt Hills due pound for 10 pound and up to 100. of each month tit K. tlKEMKR. btanierd. si-j- m ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. SffSS5S53iiSa Stock. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Register Solicited w. s. btjuch:, Attornoy at Law, TO THE liADIES and I " Pigs tarsals fron thi belt typi of Breeders secured .'rum tnp beet herds In teveral different States. Correspondence Stanford, Home - - Kentucky. IS My Millinery Stock is fall ani cvnplete. Call ciaminc and you will U sure 10 buy'a new Spring Hat. MISSLICCIK IIKAZLEV, SUnferd, Ky , Oficeoi Laicatter Street, oppotite the Court Collections receive especial attention THE LADIES CORDIALLY Tocall.nd examine my barbee&castlemaa MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville A FIRE INSURANCE. ,- seats throughout the South -ve p. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agoat STANFORD, KY. LimbusgerP Bcllcfield "Ach in Ilinnnell PickOIe-U- Portland. .To the San Francisco. .. M..via InCi. -- 1 MffWfiW & LoUltVlllC WCW Ilerrultrirjr. Young Halfback gets his athletic tastes verj legitimately. He comes from a very athletic family. Illooinfield Is that so? llellcfield Yes; his father once held up a train. He had nn aunt who did some nnd an uncle who was quite noted for jumping board bills. Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegrapshop-lifting, h. North British and Mercantile, Manchester, lost dcr The Pennsylvania Fire, Phcenix of Brooklynn. Fund, Mechanics and Traders, National of Hartford, "&& Give me a call. Firman's A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, : INVITED Stanford. Ky Office over McRob.t is' iiuuaing, Drug Store in the Owsley Millinery, which I am opening up I pride myirlf that it Is well, selected and that It Is bound in please. Having bought lor cash and bejng determined to sell for Cash, I can .oil at the lowest potiible prices An eniuinaUon will convince you. 6 MRS AkA McKINNEY. JONKS. srr0g KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. J. : T. : SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. JOITBS BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. t 1 wet, nan. ' AtBAHTS CMCAtoWtfsP'' Only Dining Car Route From SaOUISTrXXXE TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address fc'UANK J. REID.) E.H.BACOI), J or G. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, ) (. Chicago. LoultviUe. question of precedence arose, nnd tho professor's boy exclaimed: "You ought to let mo go first! My father's an A. M." "Iluhr replied his companion. "That's nothing. My father's a P. M." Harper's Young People. llreaklne tho News Gently. Mrs. Swiftly Jerry, dear, I wish you would get a lawyer nnd commence prosecution. Mr. Swiftly Great Ctesar! Prosecute whom? Mrs. Swiftly Tho individual, whoever ho may be, who hypnotized me this afternoon into buying a thirty-fiv- e dollar hat. Chicago Record. Ilelnc Honest About It. Nell Do you know, I was all nlono in tho conservatory for ten minutes with that fascinating Charlie Fuller-tolast evening, and I was so afraid! IJelle So afraid of what? Afraid ho was going to propose to 3'ou? Nell No; afraid he wasn't. Somcr villc Journal. II1 The postmaster's boy nnd the professor's boy was playing together. A Iletter Stilt. sKR raiWjft; i&&& la Receiving His Offers hit tervices o trie people of West I.iB- Sole proprietors Dean's Illack Ditrtood Roo coin and Cater Counties. run noctc of Collins .VMJl,Un,J ,or Pontine Wood. and Caskets aiwavs on hand xi...!.-- ! lion Roofs .Vai'sftclion Guaranteed D. fc Carpenter, Manager. oj All tools painted with Dean's lll.ck Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In Diamond ern Pump, and Oalvani.ed Iron filter,. b.iiclt. oim Notico to Turnpike Contractors. : SPRING : AND : SUMMER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me if 18i Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyof consideration. On SATURDAY JUNE 1, the Hoard of Directors of the Monticollo & llurnside lurnpikc Co. will open and ccnsldtrsealtd bids and award contracts lor th consliuction of Four Miles of Turnpike Road in lour sections, according to plant and specifications in otiie. Terms, to per cent cash on monthly estimates aud remainder on completion of contract Addrest, JOHN W. TUTTLE, Agt , Monticella, Ky. 1? 71 JAMES i,j, A. C. Sine, Svcce-tsor to 5 33 enver. T- J- CfTDT , : ! ? iHRHH II. YEACER. Gfc.0. II.COOI'ER. "MONON" Route. to call for St. Paill Yeagor & Cooper, ......... Proprietors xJtob I will BIG ijk : ROUTE, rr: best line to and from j s"imsii mii iiiia.nmm.Jiiian Trains with fijlTet Parlor Cars, elegant coaches, dining coaches, dining cars, Wagner sleeping cars and latest improved prlrate compartment Buffet sleeping cars, magnificently xurnisnea uun iciici accessories in eacn com giartment. at) r-- Livery and Feed Stable. FOB, stanford,;kv. Having bougbt of P W Otein his Llvrrv bus iness and added new buggies 1 nd horses, we ate prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S of...... carry a general ttock of Iluilding titland by selling . Matt- - CASH """i OSTITST, Will be enabled to make Lmver Prices than has h"C ' WoulJ ' Pcul at- iVnVliif .2 i fHslid Vestlbuled ;oHiOAgp. ia' n They have Proven a Success. 1! They are beautiful and an ornameit to a parlor. 1 TURNOUTS WIRE and SLAT FENCE ln,Vnrm.?kiiPiCW,,',heCh'"J IRON A.ND Mill work at City Prices. Coicrxs and Dining Cars and Wagoer Sleeping Cars tiohd VestibuUd Trains with BuiTet Parlor Cars, 11 ST. LOTJIS. BOSTOIT," a ICcqulroniLnts. u (let cinnati. Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars. r .The only through Sleeping Car line from " Cin- zetze-w- "sto:r,:k: via The "Souihwettrrn Limited'' Solid Vestibule d "Trains with Columbian Library, ItufTet and Smoking Cars, Warner Sleeping Cart, Elegant Coach ei and Dining Cars, landing passengers in New York City at 43d street depot.Posltivcly NO FKRRY TRANSFER. tlesute your lick reads E. McCORMACK, Four ' D. P. MARTIN, Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. Pais. Traffic Mgr. Cincinnati, Ohio, t a "tig Papa So George is going to leave that place. WJiat is tho trouble this time? Mamma IIo complains that tho hours arc too long. Papa H'ni. I guess George would like to work from twelve till one, with an hour off for luncheon. Life. Iinpiuiltj. The burglar turned with a sneer of malignant triumph. "If you shoot me," he hissed, 'you'll wake tho baby." Thero was nothing to do but permit him to load all the silver into a sack and enrry it away, leaving tho front door open behind him. Detroit Tribune. Tti Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. ' mers' wagons, either tingle or double, or Cam-age- s of aifkindaat ier; LOW 1' RICES. The boyt In and arcund town will also find ua the people to deal with Stop with us when in tewnut courts and entertainraenta and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for Y EAGER Jfc COOPKR S; Myers House Stible, Manford, Ky, On thort notice The traveling public will fijd us alwsvs ready and willing to lurnith Drum- "' enc. STEEL ROOFING The Myers House, I'lW.G KEEN. Proprietor. SPRING AND SUMMUR. Somethinfifito Beautify the Ladies. Dailyopenimng New Hats, flowers ami laccsl c give the attiiranco to the trade that they wil. find in our ettabllshmcnt the tame ciclusivenets In style of patterns, hats and bounds and all the lea liug novelties in .Millinery for which e aie known tnrougnout the country. I have secured a trimmer Tor the season. Thanking you lor past fatora, we respect, lullr solicit your patronige heretofore to liberally bcstiwed. .ftjfc. M D DUDDhRAR KATfc DUDUKRAR. Manager. first-cla- ss Stanford, -mi- -.1!" : : m : n ' Kentucky. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, A (Bo NABOT1E 1 SIRED 1 ru.nnl"C "sis Hotel and at well at tho belt the market affurdt. Special Attention" to tho Traveling Public. 0. Record Will male the tcaton of 1835. BY WALSINOHAM 2100, tire of Latitudo Otandard Rulo 2. 19J. and 7 or 8 others in the list. dam Tinsel dam Bess dam Jessie Sayre dam., a 3 Modern Child. Ky- - Miaiana R'y, Only Dnect Lh.e Between Cincinnati and Frankfort Fiankfort, Qoorgotown and Paris, Oarlielo, Maysvlllo, Oyntnlana, ' Falmouth and Covington. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time Tablj May 12, 1E95. Shorten and qulckett between Trains XKA1NS EAST. Ie Arr. " Frankfort A M Elk born .. Gl.mninnl.mlinH..711 7 a8 Georgetown.!.!)... U. S. Depot No. s. No 3. No 7. p. in. p. m. a. rn. i 30 7 00 4 15 4 '7 4 45 Paris C 7 47 1 55 . 8 30 5 46 5N 504 1 50 a 17 a 45 3" so 4 a. TRAINS WEST. No.m. a. ...,C t,ve Paria 9 3 C.S. Depot .ion "Georgetown II 10 14 " Stamp'g Ground 10 30 No. 4. No 10 No. 8 p 111, a m.. p m 6 " 64 645 7 03 4 So 600 6 40 7 33 Arr Frankfurt...A Ctava Georgetown Elkhorn 10 47 11 03 7 735 8 iS SUNDAY TRAINS. 10 11 a. mf arrive Frankfort 4 "lfave Frankfort 15 p. arrivo Georgetown Midland Railway and eonnec-tion- s form the shortest and cheapett route to all and West. point South, Eatt, North apply to their agents. For further Information C. D. BERCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. 11. HARPER, Uec'r&Gen.Supt Frankfort, Ky. STtie Kentucky Walsingham n6, sire of Naboth, it one of the youngest tons of George Wilket 519, record 3 21, wh At Executor of (.'unit tt atm, de;d., I will s.'ll nt sired Harry Wilkes a iiK. Guy Wilket '5st "" "iicox 3 10, auu a others In 331 public outcry to the highest bidder, on "lines a list; alto 41 producing ions and 19 producing daughters. Note. Naboth it a bay horse, 16 hands high, Icaled June 38, iE38. His pedicree contaira the ' blood ot Hambletonlan, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chic I. lot. Jr , and Harry Clay. . Perfectly Itrttppctitbln. At a o'clock I' M (before the door In Stanford, Ky., the Dwelling House and Lot situaMrs. Do Fashion Who is this Mrs. ted on the coi ner of Lancaster and Miort streets My fine Saddle Stallion, In the city ot Stanford and ippotita tho N W curNewcomer who litis moved into the ' lier of Court House Square, and now occupied at house next door to you? Is she respecta residence by A A. Warren. This lot has a e able? of about 41 '5 feet on l.ancaatcr atrcct Also the liweiting Home, UircUn aud Lola In Mrs. Do Style Oil, perfectly. Sho to insure a living the V Iltlm Addition to btaulord, formerly occupied 1 will also stand colt, He it elcgantl) bled and a sure loal getter. married for inonoj'. N. Y. Weekly. by Ricnard Wa'tt and containing about 5 Acret ol Land, ine property conslttt or the uwellinc houhe and lot, including ordinary outbuilding! SiiIuikUiI Sclioiiie. and Editor I'm going to offer 0110 thou On the followiri; terms: I am to have the refus.--l of th- - colt at your price on September 1. 1S06 de ucres the irarden, and two vacaut lotaof about two each, adjoinlni;, Une ol these lots fronts on sand dollars in gold to anyone who ean ducting one 11. in of the amount Tor seaion money, but if the price is not satisfactory to me, I will Water Works and .Springs Streets and the other frouts Springs stieet and citeudi to line of llock- of the amount asked tor the colt to pay for tbe season. take guess how this story is coming out. lor mis property Note Owing to the hard times and the low price ol hone sto.k, I have greatly reduced seaion fee erpr'pcrtj parcels, as abovewin be otitred then Spacer Pretty expensive, isn't it? indicated, and stlc in three of my horses and jacttt, aud considering their Individuality aud breo.lug, they stand lower than any ai a whole, nnd the highest bid or bidt accepted Editor Not ver3'j tho last chapter in the State. Aito jsacres of Knott I.ind, same being a part ol Stable two miles South of Huttonville, ou Moreland A: Carpenter's Station pike. won't bo written till after the answers the Hugh Hays knob land, uud adjoins Itout laud near licit and 1'ine Knobs. are all in. Puck. J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonvillo, Ky. Also 6 bhtun of the Capital Slock of tho Louisville banking Co., Louisville, Ky. That Wuil IllfTVreut. Also j shnres of the Capital Stotk of tho Co., l.oulrvilfe, Ky, Sho (tenderly) Sometimes I wonder Alto 5 shares of the Capital .Stock of the Lnuit-vlll- e why you love me. Inturance Co , LoultviUe, Ky. Ho (assentingly) So do I. Alto one Silver Watcb, " By Ilrignoll, out ol Parley, the by Cold well'a Par TKRMS. The real property will be told, on Sho (indignantly) Sir! " This fine young jack will mako the present u credits ot 6 and is monthi, in niual rot. Hilaam it a find miilojack, 4 years old and at Ho (oxplanaloi ily- -1 mean, why you it an excellent breider. He it 15 handt, gray in years theold Levi Hubble farm, a place noted for secured by lien retained aud note with paymfliu, approed as the home ol fine jacks. He it 4 years old personal security, bearing color aud It strictly a good one. Will alto Hand uay of love me. Life. dell built and fine bone. 1 will stand him at tha sale. The stock or personal interest Irom be sold in connection property will low price ol ou a credit ol three months uud the purchaser will No C'ilMO on Record. be required to extculo uotcwith approved person1 HARNESS STALLION, Fond Wife Thero are some men A NO. interest frnm cute a Oolt 4 Months Old al secmity, bearingdwelling houses willof sale. $5 to I be given Possession ol the Illooc" bay, 16 ha'idt high and a splendid Individ who make good huseands. July 1, 1893, and of the knob lind. lots and perMares keel at reaunau'e rates, at $7 to InSUrO. ual. They will etch stand Loving Husband I dnro say. I sonal properly when the terms ol the sale are S. M. OWENS, to J0S1.VH BISHOP, complied with JOHN 11. HIGGINS. nover heard of any woman making I ? McKinney, Ky, hhelby City.Ky. Ux. T. C. Watts. Hill & UcRoberti, Atlys. N. Y. Elderly Friend of tho Family (unmarried) How do you feel, this morning, my little girl? Mamie (aged seven, aside) nc is going ahead pretty fast. He calls me his little girl already. Texas Siftings. by Messenger Duroc 106, son of Hambletonlan and sire ot Elaino a:io the dam ol Norlaine, yearling record a 31. -- ..Bister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonlan 10, sire of Dexter a 17 by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dams cl St. Julian a Itodlne a 19U and la more thai have produced 3 30 trotters; also tire of the dam o fist Klectloneer sire of 110 in the a 10 ,.by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Kclipss Executor's -- : Sale rHE V. J RILEY HOUSE RILEY, Propriotor, ! OF- ti, London. - -- - Kentucky. Houses and Lots in Stanford and Bank Stock. 77 . ijii JRANK RILEY. JlOIlllaV, JtlllC XOtll, X895, court-house D. S. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. CARPENTER, wtll:la.:m: six or7good vTa.c:k:s, h l, Hustonvillo, Ky., Iron-tag- tsi M. S. IlAtCHSUN, J. W. IlAlCHMAI. one-fift- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- rROPKIKTOKS - Louit-villeTru- st BJ.Ij-A.iA.3V- xTTTIMlIBO. tea-so- STABLE, Stanford, Kentucky. firVtSr&weavo1 our stable, ice "us lorratet. Iuocr Lit t uii w . - mi:irii jr S .. . c? ALE HARNESS SHOP Insure .djesUriyraijur ?' . u? them. World. Willguarnnteofirtt.class workl riice,. T:y our hU'r show ' ,nd' BLACKSMITH SHOP. "factory t Zlr" m t'ritf'iti, ..w.i.lfi...M.ii V -