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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895061401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXIII. WILL1AMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. m mm Interior Journal, STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1895. -- NO. 31 A pic nlclnjj party spent Friday nt Malum. Dr. K. S Moss is having Homo put to his lioua. Our base ball team expocts to ko to Huntaville, Tenn., next TuenJay to play ball with tbo nine of that place. The oldest eon of Mr. Geornu Cox dioJ near this place Monday evening from a relapse of typhoid fever. The F. nnd A. Masonic lode here la preparing for a stand picnic at tlio Fair Grounds, June 21. Everybody is invited to be present and a grcnt day is anticipated. Mrs. J. L. Whitehead and little daughter, Klizabetb, have returned from Washington City, where they had beet) visiting Mrs. W.'a parents, Gun. and Mrs. Green Clay Smith. I.ast Sunday Win. Kvnns' son fell from a mulberry tree nnd broke one arm ono thigh and cut n bad krbIi on his head. Drs. Adklns and Parker dressed the wounds and think be will soon be well attain. Farmers report that crops ore com tag out and looking much better than they expected they would, sinco the worm weather came. It has been dry most of the time and has given them a flno opportunity to cultivatu tho land. The republicans of this section are much elated over the ticket selected by tho State convention nnd think it n sure winner. Theru was n Iiuko delegation from this place and all feel much pleas-e- d over the success of Whitley in getting tbo name of one of her young men on the ticket in the person of Mr. CIibb. Flnley. -P- rof. K. K. Wood left Friday for Norwalk, Ohio, where he nnd Jfamily will spond the summer. Mr. N S. Ingram is at home from the medical school at Louisville. Judge It. T. Hemphill and Mr. J. II. White attended the U. 8. court at Frankfort this week. Prof. Gorman Jones and family will spend their vacation at Granville, 0. Mrs. J, W. Siler, Mrs. J. P. Mahan nnd Miss GfctlitTnud spending n few weeks at Asheville, N. 0. Itav. J N. Prestridco and wife are taking it vacation with her parent, Dr. and Mrs. J. I). CUrdy, at Ilopklnsvlllo. Itu-b- y the Lincoln County Democracy. In conformity to a resolution of the State committee, precinct conventions are called at each voting place in this county at 2 o'clock Saturday, June 15, to appoint delegates to meet nt tho conrt home in Stanford on tho 17th nt 2 r. M., for the purposo of sending delegates to tho State Convention to be held at Lou isville June 25 to nominate State officers. The vote to which each precinct is entitled ia as follows: Stanford, No. 1, 3 delegates; No. 2, 3; No. 3, 3; No. 4, 3; Unstonvlllo No. 1, 3; No. 2, 2; No. 3, 3; Crab Orchard No. 1, 3; No. 2, 2; Wayneabnrg No. 1, 2; No. 2, 1; No. 3, 1. Total 29. L. L. Dawson, Chmn. Giorqe D. Hori'ER, Fec'y. To Just Be Glad. The day was fair and bright, and yet my heart In all the glndness 'round me bad no was oppressed; I , I share; thought of nil the , care And grief that in my life must have a pari; And though tho sun wns shining, I could seo No joy in living all was dark to me. "Sulllciont for the day" tueso words I heard A stranger say, while passing down tbo street; "Never borrow trouble" tbo messngo sweet I felt was meant for me; my bonrt was With a new impulsoand a strength divine; I saw earth's beauty and the glad sun- stirred shine. may. Think not of tho troublo and the Borrow Tbo future ban in storo, but just be glad; may bo sad. Enjoy to dny Be cheerful and never mind Pursue tho oven tenor of your way Thro' well or ill; be happy when you In a recent sermon, Sam Jones Bald that "whenever you seo n fellow that has got more religion than ho bos sense be Ib - ECV a fool; when you see a fellow with more sense than bo has religion, bo's a rascal. And it's mighty bard to split tbo difference. Dut when a follow that has a good level head gets his will consecrated to God bo will bo n poirer anywhere. Good sense and good religionl That's 'the grandest compound in the world." The thermometer was 100' in tho Bbade and be was pouring forth his bouI thus: ilo (passionately) me! I will take you anywhere, darling, anywhere in tho world you want to go if you'll marry She All rlgbt. riding. I want to f go sleigh- - t The beit iJre in the woild for cuu. bru!i sores, ulcers. lt rbium, fver sorei. tetter, chipped hinds, chilblains, cornt and all akin eruption", It positively cure plies, or no par repiiired. It U guaranteed to siva perlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price as cents per box. For Hie bjr A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. DucWln'a Arnica Salve. Richmond streot. Mrs. "Bub" Karris MT- - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. nud little son, of New Mexico, aro the Kaln is needed very much in this Wild strawberries are very abunguests of her father, Dr. Win, Hudman. section. Mies Anuie Ballou, of Stanford, is visi- dant this year. They soli a 30 cents per The "Flying Dutchman" has pulled gallon. up stakes and tnkon its departure, much ting her brother, Mr. Humphrey Billou. Tho Children's Aid Society gavo a to tho regret of some of citizens nnd to Mrs. W. H. Paine, of Fayette county, is mite party last Saturday evening at the j tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Anne Hopthe delight of others. per. Mr. J. T. Dunn, of Bloomiuxton, home of Mrs. F. L. Thompson, Tho fanners still regard the promiFO Mrs. 0. 0. Willinms entertained a for largo wheat crops as very flno. If Ind , is visiting Mr. Samuel Bruce and j number of her lady friends Tuesdayjnf-- I the Summer continues Uvorablo they jfamily. Misses Fannie Oollier'and Car- - temoon upon the lawn of Mr. Williams' nre looking forward to abundant har- no Currey aro visiting friends In Danville suburban property. Croquet, ample rethis week. Prof. Clarence Holton Poago, vests. freshments and pleasant There are litrgu quantities of wool lata toitcher of- Girrard Oollega, left for helped to while nwny tho conversation happy hours. being brought in and sold here, prepara- Lexington Wednesday morning. Elder Mrs. Oleo Brown is visiting in DanM. J. Elliott ia visiting in Madisonville. tory to shipment. Many of the Garrard ville. Mr. Robert Joplin is at homo on farmers find sheep raising their chief Mrs. Harriot Price and Mrs. Ed Price a visit. Miss Annio Caldwell, of Witb-villhave returned from a visit to Danville. source of income. Va., has been visiting Miss Mary Mr. Collins, of Richmond, who has been Thirteen applicants were examined Weber. Miss McClelland, of Knoxville, by the board Friday and Saturday for visiting at Garrard College, has returned is also her guest. Mr. Tom Miller, of U'achera' certificates. Six failed to pans home. Miss My Hughes, who has Lancaster, is visiting his father. as tho examination papers v ere said to taught music for the ait year in NebrasIt is with pleasure that we note that bo tho hardest yet prepared by the State ka, is nt home. Mr. Herbert Hardin suyeral days this week at Livings- our talented young townsman, Mr. R. spent board. G. Williams, was chosen valedictorian Miss Pattio Beazley, nt tho Gibbs ton. Mrs. Win. Bogle, of New Orleans, by the law clnes of '05 at Centre College. country homestead, gave a reception U visiting her parent?, Mr. and MrB. W. H. Wherritt. Miss Bottle Robinson is This is an honor justly bestowed for Mr. Wednesday evening in honor of her visiting Miss Mary Dunn, of Danville. Williams is truly an orator and we beMr. Luther Gibbs, and his d Col. W. 0. Bradley has boeu in Cincin- speak for him a brilliant career in his bride, who was Miss Margaret nati for several days. Mrs. Susan Price chosen profession. Walker. A largo party of friends of Mr. Jas. Mra.Thos. Wherritt's clans as well as has returned from a visit to her son, W. Robinson came up from Middleeboro to Miss Lou J. Grant others of tho Presbyterian Sunday-schoo- l, C. Price, of Danville. gave an enjoyable picnic on yes- is in Lexington nttending tho closing ex attend tho marriage. The party consisted of Mrs. John Logsdon, Misses Mary terday. Games, wild lbvver gathering erciaesof Kentucky University. Jlobb, Adelo Cunningham, Bessie Logsand a delectable repnit wero tho features LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. don, Prof. Gardiner. Dr. Alexander, of the day. Judge Saulsbury, Will and John RobinA 101 pouud bo' made his dobut at Tho base hall players of this city go to Nicholasville next Wednesday for a Judge Wm. M. Myers' nday or two since- - son, Wood Parish, Allen, Cook, Davis, Mr. T. W. Creek has recovered suffi- McKendrick, Harris and Kinnaird. match game. Much intertet is felt in A delegation composed of Capt. W. ciently from injuiies received at his mill tho result, aj they recdtitly, played hero H. Spradlin, G. W. McClure, C. 0. Wilwith the score largely in favor of the to resume business. A good meeting was held nt the liams, W. A. B. Davis, Matt. DeBorde, Lancaster boya. Nick IakivoII, colored, who recently Christian church oa Sunday night by J. R. Dickinsou, J. W. Marler nnd J. W. Nesb'ttt went to Stanford last Tuesday to shot nnd broke tho of Zake Elder J. (J. Montgomery, which resulted confer with Mr. Prescott and Engineer in ono nddition, Mies Lena Staton. Held in a Logantown fray, was brought Mrs. Jano Wilkinson was severely Manning in regard to locating the line of to trial this week nod acquitted. It was proven that he was the defendant rather kicked by n frightened horse on the 10th their proposed railroad. The line that innt. Her arm wai considerably bruised this delegation advocates would be startthan tho aggressor. ed from Mt. Vernon and pass down the An in tho protracted meeting hold but she whs not dangerously injured. by Elder George Gowen in Flomings-burMr. R T. Pierce, alter attending the Dry Fork of Sknggs and Line Creeks, there in much interest manifested, republican convention in Ixmisvllle, ac- thence down Rockcastle river to the be will not fill his pult.it here Sunday, companied by his wife weut on n visit to Cumberland, thereby opening up ono of but Elder Stanley, of that city, will Ids sister's at Irving, III. He Ib looked the finest sections of timber and mineral landa in Eastern Kentucky. All arrangefor home next Saturday. preach in his stead. Preparations for building the new ments have been made for a preliminary Mr. Win ilerndon announced hini-stijail are being rapidly pushed forward by survey of tho route. Capt. W. H. SpradMondity an a candidate for the nomination on tho republican ticket to rep- Captain Goodell. Ab. Hall is quarrying lin, our eilicient engineer, will take resent this county in tho Legislature, the foundation stone nt James Richard- charge and have the survey made and ills announcement is equivalent to his son's near Rich Hill. The brick burning placed before tho Prescott syndicate will commence next week, overlooked by within two weeks. We feol confident nomination, if not to his final election. that after the survey is made they will J. M. Stevens. Mrs. Mary Anderson, of this place, There aro about 10 candidates out find this to be tho best route. has secured the public school at Bryants-vllle- , A tableau of rare beauty was witono of the largest nnd most lucra- now for the nomination on the republi nessed at tho Christian church Wednestive in the county. Mrs. Anderson ia re- can ticket for the Legislature and aoino day morning at 10 a. m.. when Mr. Jas. s garded an a teacher and her aro working heavy and getting excited. The democrats are quietly searching for Robinson, a prosperous business man of friends wish her success in her new field. Tho prohibitionists hold a meeting any gap that may be left down in order Middlesboro, led to tho marriage altar Miss Gertrude Weber, the beautiful to morrow at 3:30 at tho for to enter on tho track. daughter of Dr. Wm. Weber, of this On tho 10th there came to this the purpose of selecting a candidate to make tho race for representative in the place, Mr. Johu George, a native of Rus- place. "Happy is the bride that the next General Assembly. J. A. Dudder-- ar sell county. He is a relative and was a sun shines on." The sunbeams peeped will bo chairman and Mr. Oliver S. playmate of II. T. Pierce in that county. througu the bridal veil to kiss the cheek He left here when six years old and is of the fair girl as she stepped from the Wallaco secretary. now 53, having been absent in tbo wild carriage at tho church door, shimmered Miss Morton's recital Tuesday among the folds of the elegant Ivory eatin was pronounced quite an interest West for 47 years. His last residence was in Oregon. As he looks around he with Its trimmings of Chiffon and Dutching entertainment. There wero select readings, declamations, instrumental and has the appearanco of one in a strange ess lace and glanced to the orange blossoms that nestled above the noblo brow. vocal music and tableau scenes. Mies land. A sad occurrence took place at Mr. The scene that awaited the bridal party L?on Fisher, of Mississippi, as elocuArthur Terry's house near Rich Hill on was one of great beauty. Loving friends te tionist and Mlsd Angie Ballou as last Sunday morning. Mrs. Terry was had attended to tho floral decorations impersonntor, added much to the doing her houso work, while her little and pleasant faces watcbed the march to program. old baby was crawling around the altar as the sweet sounds of music Rev. Geo. O. Karnes is holding serswelled from tho organ at Mies Mary vices every night at tho court-houand on the floor. The hinge of n heavy door Miller's magic touch. Tho ceremony was had come loose from the caalnc, speaking to large audiences, lie preach- shutter and Mrs. T. happening to Btrike this. brief but impressive and was performed ed Wednesday ovening on "Sanctifica-tioby Eldor McGarvey, of Middlesboro. The and regarda it hh a gradual growth caused it to fall, crushing tbo baby aud attendants wore: Miss Mary Weber in grncH, obtainable by nit true Chris- killing it instantly. All sympathize with dressed in white silk, trimmed with chiftians and not an instantaneous or sinless the bereaved family, Your correspondent had tho pleas- fon and lilies of tho valley, and little conditiou. Every precinct in Garrard holds a ure of meeting at the house of her Misses Janio and Annie Weber dreesed meeting to select delegates to brother, John 0. Staton, of this place, in white mull, tho latter bearing a silver tho county convention held here at the one of his old pupils, Mrs. Sallie Virgil, waiter upon which rested tho wedding court-houon June 17th at 2 o'clock, i o( Lewiston, III. She left this county ring. Mr. Jako Robinson, of Louisville, m. Six delegates will represent Garrard with relatives in 1SG3, some 32 years ago, was groomsman. After the ceremony at tho democratic State convention held when only 13 years old. She ma rried a the friends repaired to the home of the in Louisville on Tuesday, Juno 2oth, at builder and contractor, Mr. bride, where congratulations were ten12 o'clock. John Virgil, of that State. She will re- dered and refreshments paitaken of. A Mr. Dick Mooro, a popular young main here for several weeks visiting her large cortege accompanied them to the man of South Fork neighborhood, was friends, relatives, and the scenes of her noon train, where thoy took a special car thrown at and knocked in the head one early youth. She is a fine looking, hand- for Fiehervillo to visit hia aunt, who night last week as he wns returning some woman and nil will be glad to gavo them a reception that evening. After a tour of several weeks, Mr. and Mrs. see her. from a declamatory contest in that viRobinBon will return to Middlesboro to cinity. At first tie was only regarded as Gen. Hardin has Been the danger sig- reside. Thus Ml. Vernon loses one of slightly hurt, but it is now feared he nal. He has taken warning. Ho aban- hor moat popular and gifted young lasustained a fracture of tho skull. doned his fight for a free silver platform dies. A queen of society, she now beProf. Hubbard, of Centre College, and npw announces that ho will bo duly who has been pastor of the Presbyterian grateful to the party if it will nominato comes the queen of a homo and wo know that she will wield tbo sceptre rs church here for several months, preach- him on nny sort of a platform. This graciously there, as here. May life's ed his last sermon Sunday morning, leaves the free silver ring in tho hands of much to the regret of his admiring Rhea and Blackburn. They will proba- richest blessing attend her. friends nnd members. Key. Hubbard bly make a desperato fight in the conven Charles Sapp, of Nicholas county, goes to his homo in tho East, after his tion for their pet hobby. There is no went to Flemingsburg, bought a suit of year's duties nt Centre, and Drs. McKee, reason why they should nol. Rhea has c'othes and other apparel in which to or Worrnll preaches at the Presbyterian nothing to lose, as there is no prospect of get married. Ho paid tbo bill with a church Sunday. his ever holding oflice in Kentucky. check for $ IS drawn on Will Smith. Be Mrs. J. M. rrazee, of Maysville, is Blackburn bos unalterably committed fore he could meet his bride-ele- ct he visiting hor sister, Mrs. II. 0. Jennings. himself to the free silver policy and must was arrested on tho charge of having Mrs. L. llollingsworth, of Tennessee, is stand or fall by that doctrine. Hardin forged Smith's name. tho guest of her father, Dr. Win. Hull-ma- who wants to be governor above all othWill G. Ovorstreet, who formerly Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harlan, of er things, took fright and abandoned the conducted a newspaper at Elizabeth-tow- n, Danville, are the guests of Mrs. Gabriel men with whom he fought at Owens-borand who was also connected with Gaines. Miss Lula Bitaon, who naa Louisville Truth. other papers in the State, has just been taught music for the last year at m Bont to tho penitentiary from Memphis, N. 0., is at homo again. When other lips and other hearts Tenn., for two years for embezzlement. Their tales of love shall tell, Young and daughter, Miss Alice, This fellow has been going from bad to The newer girl will merely laugh, are visiting relatives in Owingsville, worao for yoars, and.tbo few friends he And ring the chestnut bell. Messrs. A. M. and W. J. Kinnaird are MS has think his mind is unbalanced. visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Near Williamatown, John Cook, a At Willis Landing Ark., Jdbn H. Kinnaird. Mr. Homer Bataon is at trackwalker on the Southern Road, was Kemp and several companions fired into home, from a year's courso at Kentucky run over and literally cut to pieces by a tent filled with women and children, University. Miss Fannie Doty, of Paint the commuter. His brains were scat- killing tbreo of them. A man in the Lick, is visiting Miss Eugenia Bush on tered along the track. tent returned the fire, killing Kemp. I ! ' e, Money, Money, Money ! ' Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerthe loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoining counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full in formation and application, apply to n TO LOAU. Desks AT WITHERS JOHN" H. KIEBY, Insurance Agent. Hew in Furniture & MOCKER'S. i I uu-cl- e, newly-wedde- 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. KQTSee 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. -- One Gallon of- - "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you baok-bon- o ONLY: $1.40 '.PER: GALLON. It is g Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. lf W. B. Mc ROBERTS, Dealer in. biu(&89 first-clas- PMESOMLQPTICOK paints9 mn '9 )a court-hous- e Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited from surrounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. ove-ni- ng ANCHOR : STOVES, Anehor Steel Ranges, - And - Del-sar- The BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. se n' FARRIS & HARDIN THE BLUE-GUAS- S HERD OK se lPSRi5!g Stock. Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - Kentucky. well-to-d- o Plji lor tale from the best types of Registere Breeders secured from too beat herds In several different Stales. Correspondence Solicited. aw JAMBS FEYB HUSTONYIIXE, KY. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for $12.50 to Si 5 former price 18 to 25 dollars. These roods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. A good black slicker 5i.2S, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth $3. aLoarniisrca-- 1 n. ILDIESS OOOIDS Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and ! o. Greens-boroug- h, s m Mrs-Molli- til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 The sequel Buy and sell for Cash."" worth S3. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist un- I know r - . ., . . la.1 V I. At Peru, Ind., Welch Harrison, on at Try Danks' Imitation cut glass. wager, ate 43 bananas In eight mina has beon making her homo at Mr. Geo. utes. Born, to the wife ot E. L. lleinhart, a puna's of M vtniHttnn. for some time. tine boy. Stanford. Kv., - - June 14, 19S5 The Ohio Slato prohibition vention had a for temporary eloned to Tennessee Wednesday and I A dollar's worth of granulated stiRar chairman. were married. The brldo is only 15. OF SPRING PRICES. W. P. WALTON. for f I, that is 20 pounds. O. D. Pow Sound money men of Kansas City TRADE ITEMS. FARM AND oil. want Secretary Carlisle to come there and is a growing feeling among the miko a speech. Therk John B. Foster sold in Cincinnati a Violkt talcum powder. Delightful This week wc inaugurate a June Clearance Sale. Prices are cut Joe Heitfield, a 14.year.old boy, fell car load of hogs at 4 45. beat democrats in this county, who are fbiletand baby powder; 25c. W. B. through the entire house. Every department contributes to this great not irrevokably committed to either of down an elevator shaft at Cincinnati and George D. Hopper sold to J. Y. Rob McRoberts. the candidates, to send the delegation broke his neck. smash-uinson a harness mare for $S0. sale. We invite you to call and sccrthc bargains wc arc ofAt Vanceburg, an irate wife wreaked from Lincoln to the State conrention P. W. Green sold to Capt. T. A. El- Fruit jars bought befnro the advance fering this week. It's the difference in price that brings so many peonninstructed. There are many reasons vengeanco on her husband and a female kin, of Garrard, a brown gelding for and sold at very low prices. W. II. ple here. It's the cheapness of this sort that attracts the largest that suggest themselves for thts course, companion with a hoe. $100. Wearen & Co. crowds to which would leave the delegation Joseph U. Choato's fee for arguing The Anderson Nowb reports sales of Sam Jok Buncit has taken tho contract to act in the interest of the against the income' tax before tho Su- 550 slop cattle, J, ISO pounds average, at party and without regard to any particu- preme Court was $150,000. $4.03 and 19S head, 1,200 to 1.000 pounds to carry tho mail six times a week from Stanford to Kinwivilln nd bark. lar candidate, and we believe that a soThree men were killed and one ser- at 5c. ber consideration of the conditions that iously injured in a froight wreck on tho n sadO. T. Sandldge, tho Though the mail train on the K. O. confront us will convinco any man that Big Four near Sidney, O. dle horso man, has been engaged by W. has been running to Stanford for nearly we must act with the greatest caution. The government of Honduras has M. Rue, ot Danville, and will train for a month, the mail pouch for this place i It's genuine bargains given of this calibre that will make this the bus wc have ever had. Men's Undershirts 15c, worth 25. Both Hardin and Clay seem to bo op paid to the United States $30,000 as in- that gentleman. still thrown off at Rowland, delaying its iest June week posed by large numbers of democratic demnity for the murder of Kenton. J. M. Snow, of Cumberland county, receipt here 14 hours. There is a scrow Men's French Ualbriggan shirts and drawers 50c a suit, worth $1. voters, and it seems almost impossible to Dr. Daniel Kirkwood, for nearly sold to various parties in this county a loose somewhere or the matter would Men's Ovcrshirts 25c worth 50c; mens' suspenders 10c and 15c, worth hopo that the party can be thoroughly half a century one ot the foremost schol lot of 000 pound cattln at 3t to He havo been attended to Ions a no. twice lhc money. Ladies Vests, 5c, worth 15c, better ones 10c, united on either. A new man, a man in ars and educators of Indiana, is dead. bought 35 at 2.35. Adjt. Gen. Gross has ordered the whom everybody has confidence, such J. M. Coffey and J. T. Bingham sold Down at Russellsvlllo ail tho mer- worth 25c. Wc have just received a fine line of Percales which will as Gen. Buckner, could moro effectively encampment of the State Guard for July in Cincinnati Wednesday a car load ot chants, save one, agreed to close their be sold at ioc, worth 12 c per yd. A good pair of ladies hose 5 c. unite the party and make sure of a sig- 20 to August 25 inclusive, at Henderson. lambs at 5c. They had a few small, establishments at 7 o'clock in the eve Don t forget to look at nal victory. Personally we are very ning. An injunction was gotten out Elizabeth Serngham killed herself a scrubby ones which only brought 2Jc. fond of Gen. Hardin and with Mr. Clay's Franklin, Ind., becauso she bad failed Henry of Navarre, Byron McOlel against the obstinate ono to prevent him views, in many particulars, we are to secure a pardon for her convict land's great colt, started in the Merchants from keeping open and the court susagreed, but both have created antago Stake at Latonia Wednesday and was a tained it, Bv an incendiary fire 15,000,000,000 1 to 25 favorite. Of course he won the nisms that can hardly be beaded, and it There will be a phonographic concert And Dress Goods which will be sold correspondingly low. In our may be the best to drop them both. feet of choice lumber was burned in the race. at Walton's Opera Houso on tho 22d. Let's therefore leave our delegation, Oliquett, Mich., Lumber Company's Clothing and Shoes wc can't be beat. A good pair Ladies' Oxfords A. D. Flora, of Richmond, has a Tho program includes selections ot the which must be composed of the best yards. Jersey cow which has An excellent pair Ladies' or Men's Shoes $ worth songs and will be produced in tones 50c, worth 75c. Three carpenters were fatally hurt never had a calf, but which gives 3 gal- best men, to act as it shall think best after as loud as the human voice and so clear $1.50. Children's suits 75c worth $1.50. Knee pants 25c, worth 50. by the falling of a ecafiold at Carfy, O, lons of milk and a pound and a half of getting on the ground. and distinct that they can be beard in Men's Suits They were at work on the cupola ot a butter every day. S2.50 and upwards, worth double the money. any part of tho houso. Admission 15 Tnc republicans are thoroughly in church. John'B. Foster is reversing the or- and 25 cents. earnest about carrying the Legislature Hon. Augustus E. Wilson, of Louisand are everywhere putting up their best ville, announces his candidacy for the der of things. While other cattle dealers Dead. Mr. A.T. Nunnelley writes bis men. You can't find three better men seat in the Senate occupied by J. O. S. are buying cattle and shipping them to mother, Mrs. P. P. Nunnelley, from Cincinnati, he is buying them there and than their candidates in Boyle, Garrard Blackburn. Gainesville, Texas, that. Mrs. Smith Irshipping them to his farm. and Madison, Hone. John W. Yerkes, Remember wc arc headquarters for Carpets and Matting. A good Three Americans, thought to have Ben F. Robinson has bought this win, wife of tho train master who lived Wm. Herndon and A. Rollins Burnam eone down with the Col i ma, reached Matting here for several yearB, died a few days rag Carpet, any thing in half or all wool Carpets. 15 respectively and tbey will be hard to 1 ind safely and were tenderly nursed season in Garrard 3,500 lambs at 4c for ago. She will be well remembered hero and 25c. June and 4 for July. He has shipped six beat. Jn tbia county the republicans by Indians. car loads, but made no money on them. by many friends who held her in high will sIbo go in to win by nominating a At Inez, this State, two brothers regard. good man, Mr. B. B. King. There is no Chapman killed James Howe becauee The highest city prices are now 5 to 0 cents, extra to tops. use talking, the democrats.have a fight he accused them of being too familiar Bin Hi att and George Young, ot the Two car loads of Georgia watermelbefore them such as they never dreamed with his wife. Highland neighborhood, have just reons passed through the city yesterday ceived one of the finest threshing outof. Let us forget differences and present Passengers on the burning ship Why a solid front against the aggressive and Not, who were left to their fate by a cra- en route to Cincinnati via the O. b. fits ever brought to this section. It conThese were the first of the season. Th e sists of a traction engine, a Geiser sepaconfident foe and all will be well. ven crew, took the vessel in charge and Southern peach crop will be heavy this rator and a Cycloue stacker, and the Blakely, of the Covington Common- landed safely. year. Lexington Leader. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, whole outlay cost them $2,100. They The monument erected to General wealth, rises to remark: "Walton will -- On tho Louisuille "break," Wed- bought it through Mr. B. K. Wearen, Roger W. Hanson, at Lexington, by the T; D. RANEY, Manager. kindly take notice that the editor of the Burley to- the implement man. Orphan Brigade, will be unvailed dur- nesday tbe highest prices for Commonwealth doesn't swear; that is, bacco was realized. The two best hogsBranch Stores; ing the first week in July. hardly ever, and then only at the obstiBonniTr sought to embarrass Col. Hill sold for $20 a hundred, and severActor J. K. Emmett'a wife says she heads nate blindness of single &o!d standard will not appear against ber husband, al brought from $22 to $25 50. One hun- the other day by asking him while he Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiaria, of whom Walton is a quorum pars to behun- was speaking against tbe free coinage ot Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. who shot her while drnnk and the case dred hogsheads averaged $10 50 a dred. silver, if he would vote for the democome absque hoc after the nomination will very probably be dismissed. J, B. Embry & Co., sold to Nelson cratic ticket on a free silver platform. and election of Wat Hardin." In response to an invitation by a cattle "Yes," said Morris & Co , 507 head of slop-feYou may have Btopped swearing, old committee, President Cleveland has at 5 cents per pound, ora little over $30,- - matter whatthe colonel, "I'll vote it no the platform contains. I fellow; but when you ehoot such Latin promised to to visit the Cotton States 000. Tbey were from the slop pen of E. am a democrat, have always been a demas that at a man, he is bound to think Expotition at Atlanta October 23. J. Uurley & Co's Camp Nelson distillery, ocrat and hope to die voting for ita canyon have taken up the equally as bad At Beaver, thin State, John Arabur and were shipped to Chicago, and it was didates." Homebody asked tha colonel habit of drinking. gy and Charles Martin settled a feud of the largest number ever shipped from to ask Mr. Bobbitt if he would vote the "When President Cleveland during his years standing by a fight, in which Mar- Jessamine. Democrat. democratic ticket, if it adopted a gold tin was killed and Atnburgy fatally shot. first administration appointed one M standard. "It fa useless to ask him such Debp, the A. It. U. leader, who did CHURCH AFFAIRS. Buck, of Kentucky, to be minister to a question," said Colonel Hill, "He's gonot appear at the train to be taken to Peru, the great and lamented Senator Rev. I. S McElroy is holding a big ing to vote the republican ticket anyway Beck inquired, "Who the h- -1 is Buck?' prison, has given himself up. He claims revival at Lawrenceburg. as he always does." And the Cicero o' Luster, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests. Light weight Clay xne country seems to oe inquiring new he went to sleep, but it is reported that Lexington, tho Mountains cculd not say him nay. Rev. W. P. Brooks, of "Who the h is Harmon?'' the man the be was intoxicated. Worsted Suits in four colors, cut in sacks and regents. The latest will preach at Mt. Xenia Saturday night Whitney says he is In the circuit court Tuesday the case president has appointed attorney general. not and will not be a presidential candi- at 8 o'clock. ot R. II. Logan, who attached the prop- cuts and guaranteed to fit and to give as good satisfaction as any He need to be a mugwump, but for sevThe average age of the Southern date, but that he will be on band in the erty of Bowen Goode and Will Gover goods made to order. Wc must close these suits in June, so if you eral yearB he has been a straight-ou- t Presbyterian ministers who died last National convention if there must be a for a debt, the jury decided that there desire something good at a low price, call on us. Wc democrat and is said to be a good lawyear was 70 years; the age of the Northarc the clothfight for sound money. were not sullicicnt grounds for it and yer, as Cincinnati lawyers go. Fierce Robinson was sentenced to ern Presbyterian missionaries was 05 dissolved tho attachment. P. W. Green iers of all this section. You can see our suits in every direction and Bryan, the young orator from Nebraa-b'- , the penitentiary for one year for break- years. Don't fail to call and sec was fined $50 in a whlaky case and they fit and are just the thing you want. The Pittsburg Presbytery disposed whom the Bilverites have imported to ing into the bonded warehouse of J. S, them. This month will be our great Alonzo Richards was given 10 days in of Evangelist Geo. H. Sheldrake by res tell democrats what to do, said in his Searcy & Co., five miles west of jail and fined $25 for carrying concealed imolution based on his confession of last September. Bpeech at Jackson, Mis?., that if the deweapons. Tho populist State convention of morality, expelling him from the Pres mocracy adopted a gold standard be John Bolc'en'e case for maliciously would die in his tracks before he would Iowa nomiuated a State ticket and adopt- byterian church. wounding Mr. Wilcher was continued Among the 21 graduates at the Biblo vote for the ticket. The advocates of ed resolutions extending the right hand till next ccurt on account of a went witCollege, in which was our young townsfree silver are hard pressed when they of fellowship to all other advocates of nesses. Ollie Huffman was fined $2 50 For Ladies and wc ask every lady to come and examine our stock beput a man with such sentiments up to free and unlimited coinage at 16 to 1, man, Mr. Joe Severance, Jr., wore eight for refusing to testify in a 'whisky caeu. fore buying. Some Shoes have advanced 25 per cent, but we Kentucsians and one each from Scot irrespective of party. were instruct demounts as to their duty. James II. CsbIi, who was fined 51P0 land, New Zealand, Australia, Prince Two inches of rain covered the en in tho lower court for assault on Miss sharp enough to buy in advance and will still give you the advantage (Jol. Bradley tell us that his parly tire State of Nebraska this week. Fiulds Edward Island and Ontario. We arc leaders in prices and styles, so don't fail to Ollie Mclioberts Young, who is now of the old prices. will not begin its canvass on the 25tb as of grain, which had been abandoned as Rev. A. W. Meacham, who lives Mrs. Andy Geesler, was tried Wednts sec us. stated in the newspapers, but as soon as ruined, and which had been so parched near Tracy, is 77 years of age, has bapday and got a hung jury, with 11 for that a match would havo kindled a sethe democrats nominate a ticket and he rious conflagration, have revived and tized over 4,000 persons and is yet pas- conviction. The alleged assault was by tor of the church where he has preached can arrange with its head for a joint de- will in most cases make n full crop. catching hold of the woman's arm and for nearly 30 years. He is a noHe man. bate, he will be in the ring from that taking other libertiea with her. MATRIMONIAL MVTTERS. time till the last day in the evening. The Baptist Recorder. He is the father of Only one little case was tried yestercolonel is feeling his oats and is apparFrank Smith, of Athens, Ga., shot Editor Meacham, of tho Hopkinaville day and the judge gave permeptory inently champing his bit in eagerness to at his son when he told his father that Kentuckian. structions in that. Court adjourned During the 70 years of its existence enter the frv he was going to marry. early in the day and it begins to look George W. Brady and Miss Susie A. the American Tract Society bos issued, like it has nearly run its course. The silver convention at Memphis was exclusive of periodicals, 12,820 publicaattended by 1,500 delegates from 20 Martin eloped from Danville to Lexing-ingto- n tflThe grand jury finally adjourned yestions, of which 4,825 were in the for and were married Wednesday. States. Senator Turpie, of Indiana, was terday after returning 43 indictments, 30 12S new publicaMiss Kiltie Wallace, a maid of 30 eign field. Last year ot which were for violations of tbe liqmade chairman and Populist Sibley was of which tions ere sent out, orator of the day. The gist of bis re- Summers, took corrosive sublimate ot uor laws, 25 againat one man was issued in the vernacular of the remarks was a plea for independent politi Bryan, O., because she was jilted by her spective countries. cal action by the Bilverites In 1890, which lover. NEW ADVKHTISKMKNTS. The synod of the Reformed Preaby- EJ Miller, Jr., aged 18, and Mite All kinds of Wagon, Huccry and Carriage Makinrr A u..n.,::.. democrats applauded. America at DenJulia, the pretty 15 year-ol- d daughter of terinn church of North ' done in first class style. T rv DQ I trill take all the hides I can get In his speech at Lexington, John James Crutchfleld, were married at Row ver adopted resolutions in favor of IT forcaihorln trade lor leather on changing the constitution of tho United court dasat SUnlord or at my home in BbeaiB said to have called Carlisle, who land yesterday. Chas EnniltD, Tanner. exwas a thousand miles away, "a liar, a fool W. P. Martin and Mies Angie, the States by inserting: "A clear and Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an and an ignoramus." Another example pretty daughter of Mr. Mose Coffey, plicit acknowledgement of Almighty Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his artistic God as the source of all power, of Jesus of an ass braying at a lion, an infinites-mwere married at the bride's father's work. Christ as tho prince of Kings of the silver pismire trying to drown a gold Tuesday afternoon. OF TUB SEASON, MR. H. KIKLEY. EXPERIENCED PEWTER. bug with its filth! At Mt. Vernon, N. Y., an Italian earth, and tbe Biblo as tbe Bupreme rule ln;all affairs," Has charge of our Paintincr Department 21, girl met her unfaithful lover in the Give us trial. In order to prevent a conflict with street and cut his throat with a razor. Thanks. We deBire to return our sin Lindsay, who spoke for Bound Senator He will probably die and she is in jail. cere thanks to tho Fire Company for money at Frankfort last night, Secretary PARK SPRINGS. It is stated that Mies Frances E. their BDlendid work in our behalf. The LINNIETTA Carlisle postponed his speech at Louis- Willard, president of the The public is cordially invited. Woman's gentleman who adjusted the loss Bays TIIOS, IUC1IAKDS, Manager. 30'3t when it will certainly Christian Temperance ville till Union, is to aiar-r- y that out of 80 tires of the kind that he be delivered at Music Hall. a rich Englishman this Fall. As she to settle, has been called upon X is doing a grand has been old enough for several years to only one other Bhowed such effective The Louisville Post do bo, we suppose there will be no obwork for sound money. Its editorial work by a fire company. We feel greatcolumns teem with learned leaders and jection raised. ly Indebted to the geutlemen, who com- A Mr. Don McClain and Mifs Lulie bright paragraphs ot a nature that ought pose the company and hereby exprees to Bet even a silver lunatic to thinking if Gardner eloped from Marion county'to our sincere gratitude to them. J. H. We wish to sell privately our House and lot on Jeffersonville. The youug lady was at Baugbman it Co. he can think. Main street opposite the lemale College. House Sunday Bchool, when she feigned sickr r contains 6 rooms besides hall and pantry and Is in repair. Larue yard and Tub statement sent out by the press ness and left the church, going outside Mb. O. M. Stanwood, the young gen- splendid home every particular. garden. A delightful in association that your uncle Grover went to where McClain wbb awaiting her. tleman who was so badly hurt by falling Tho farrr , which contains 6 acres, is situated Call and See Them. tho Knob Lick Pike atid joins Woods, I. Sunday turns out to bo a baso The two drove offin a buggy and wero from the roof of Mr. White's residence, oil rosier anu airs, i.awson. K. P.comlortable fishing last ii. lias invention of tho enemy. He didn't even far away before the girl's father knew is rapidly improving and will be moved dwelling, necesiary- outbuilding and is well watered. Particulars and apply to spit on the bait on the Lord's day. j to hia borne in Danville next week. 31 it MR. HUGH HMD, Stanford. wuai nau nappeneu. i WEEKLY INTERIOR JOML NEWSY NOTES. Mr. W. T. Morimee, assistant agent , Livingston, and Miss munene men-goPhorigo, but who daughter of George I CITY AND VINNITY. , A TERRIBLE SMASH -- UP! con-wom- an m p well-know- The Louisville Store. 3, bus-ban- d. Our New Wash Fabrics ! three-year-o- ld Carpets And Mattings. 12, LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITTORD, :K"Z, " d Hot Weather Sale. 1 m Law-rencebu- Sale of Wash Fabrics HUGHES & TATE STANFORD, KENTUCKY, St. Asaph Carriage Co., & one-thir- d MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. niiIjO, Olten-hel- Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. al First Grand Hop Friday Evening, June a. EE , SUMMER CLOTHING FOB, SALE Residence in Stanford and a Small Farm. LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. Flannel, Worsted, Luster: tH-- H. : J. - : M'ROBERTS. IP' T X. If 0 W&f ..- - , ts ,, . V - . J.,1 .... a. v -- iv..... - y . Tr rtriC f ..... """" ft I HMWJUiiii IIMI WjUVwSwHfc Uf- - WV'T' Stewart. Silas, lot in Boneyvillq, '94 1 SHERIFF'S : SAL -- Tucker heirs, lot in Dooleyville, '87 to '90, '93 and 94 Warren, Sid, lot in Boncyville, '94 Withers, Sandy, Oncres near T. C. Ball, 'j4 . 6 1 1 Crab Orchard, No. 2 Wliite. S 5 1 FOR- ' n STATE AND COUNTY L A 2L -- JEi S ! ON- Monday, July 8 189.'). door Between the hours of 9 A. m. ank 4 r. si., at tho court-hous- e town of Stanford, Lincoln comity, Ky., I will expo.-- to tho highest for cash in hand to pay the Suite and county tax for lowing dcscriled property, or po much thereof m may be necessary Rail taxed, with ull costa and interest. 1890-1-2-3-4 in tho bidder the fol to pay This list will he published for four weeks and names will disappear from the above list nssoon as paid. Cost of advertising $2. Remittances by mail Ham, Johnson 150 acres ncarCharlcs GrifHn, 'g2 to 'p,4 promptly receipted. Haggard, Mrs. M. A. Gl acres near Dave Howard '91 to '94 JOHN N. MENEFEE, Hilton, Thomas J. 24 acres near John Rogers, '94 Howard, David 25 acres near Louis Hasty, '91, '92, '94 of Lincoln County. Ex-Sheri- ff Reynolds. Louisa 100 ncres near Waynesburg, Bal. 94 Ridner, Mary E. 100 acres near J. W. Acres, '94 Riitcher, Geo. 31 acres near Geo. Munday, '94 2 00 Richardson, Silas 117 ncres near Highland, '94 Hell, Ja. M. 10 acres near Preachersvillc, '94 2 20 Singleton Sara B. 80 ncres near A. J. Murphy, '92 and '94 Hell, Sara J. 15 acres near Preachersvillc, '94 1 10 Simnis, John D. 50 acres near Green River, '94...'. 1 70 Rlankenship, Sim, Lot near Prcachcrsville, '94 Singleton, Wm. L. 6 acres near J. T. Curtis, '93 and '91.. 3 10 Smith, Blankcnship, Shelby 100 acres near S. Wren, '91 II. II. 100 acres uear B. F. Shofl'stall, '94 Buchanan, W. K. aud wife lot in Crab Orchard, '91 to '94, iuclusive. 12 85 Smith, J. H. 130 acres near Dave White, '94 '. 2 acres near Tankcrslcys, '94 1 55 Smith, C. A. 50 acres near II. Singleton, '92 to '94 Croucher, James 7 00 Stockier, Leopold 50 acres neaj Gotleib Beck, '94 DoNordi, John 41 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 Stevens, N. B. 50 acres near F. Falconberry, ,'94 3 30 Surber, Singleton 18 acres near Delaney, Frank 106 acres near Andy Todd, '93 Highland. '91 5 20 Delaney, Matthew 110 acres near Wm. Harness, '92 .V. . 2 70 Taylor, J. T. 50 acres near Sam Simms, "M Dowell, Simeon 390 acres near Johns Ham, '93 Tranter, Mitchel 200 acres near Waynesburg '94 . Delaney, Mrs. Kate 50 acres near John Rogers, '81 to '94 iuclusive... 2 20 Trowbridge, Mrs. M. E. 125 acres naur . McMullen, '94 5 25 Dychouse, George 78 acres near Ottenheim, '91 '94 1 80 Vinson, John 260 acres near Alf Rowland, Denny, Johu 30 acres near Matthew Atchison, '93 90 Wurren, Logan 78 acres near Buck Creek, '94 Denny, Nancy A. 40 acres near W. W. Caldwell, '92 65 Webber, Wolfgang 40 acres near Geo. Russell, '94 Denny, B. F. 20 acres near W. G. Padgett, q2 Wright, James 150 acres near Geo Russell, '94 Farris; Mrs. Jane E. hrs. 26 acres near Crab Orchard, '9 1 to 'p,4 inc.. 17 g5 Young, M. G. 3 acres near Highland, '94 1 70 Farris, E. O. Heirs, lot iu Crab Orchard, '94 3 75 Pnrkenburg, H. T., non resident, 125 acres, '94 Griffin, Andius 160 acres near John Turnbull, 'g4 t n, Adams, Daniel 350 acres, near John Laswell, '92 Adams, Rubo 30 acres, near Eph James, '94 Adams, Otis 38 uercs, near Calvin Whitt, '94 Adams, John F. 25 ucres, near Jacob Lane, '94 Anderson, Mrs. Nanio 110 acres, near Preachersville, '94... Auder.-oWm 40 acres near Geo. Abraham, '94 2 1 70 McMullins, G. II. , 100 acres near George Reynolds, bal. '94 85 McMullins, T. M., 84 acres near D.in Hester, '94 McWillinms, Mary E., 1 acre near O. K., '94 50 75 Padgett, T. J., 75 acres near Jiimcs Whccldou, '94 Padgett, Zttck, Jr. 29 acre3 near Geo. Walls, '94 Padgett, II. II. 6 acres near T. T. Vnught, '94 90 Petree, Armp H. 5 acres near J. H. Carter, '92 to '91 70 Privitt, Bantau 66 acres near Green River, Bal. '94 00 Privitt, Rami. 30 acres near Arch Horton, Bal. '91 and 'j2 .' 55 Privitt, I. S.' 1 lot in Kingsville, '94 .' ;.. 1 00 2 80 1 10 - J 2 85 2 1 45 5 80 1 OO8 Jj i 80 2 75 1 85 2 50 70 3 15 3 75 2 00 3 85 1 40 3 15 8 50 2 15 850 2 00 '..... .- .- -. 2 40 1 70 v.... W.-D- 2 00 2 75 3 60 3 10 2 15 2 00 3 30 1 85 g0 16 15 41 10 8 55 1 1 Green River Land Co. 1,050 acres near Kingsville, '93 and '94 70 Cincinnati & Kentucky Central R. R. Co., '93 and '94 50 4 25 2 40 Hustonville No. 4 "White. 13 5B 3 50 7 45 1 Stanford No. 1 "White. Joslin, John hrs. 30 acres uear Grove Cook, '94 Kidd, Hiram 10 acres near Eph Manuel, '93 and '94 30 acres near Louis Genta, 94 8 20 Kiinky, Julian 1 50 Liventy, Varmiel 80 acres near Geo. Turner, '92 2 70 Lynch, James 30 acres uear Ottenheim, '94 Brady, Jerome I)., 20 acre land near Rowland, for '93 and '94 John Dye, for '91, '92, '93, '94 Bailoy, Gcorgo W., 4 " Craft, Mike, town lot near Rowland, for '93 Chambers, John, 2 acre near John Spratt '94 Dye, Josh, 09 acres on Green River, for '90, '92, '93, '94 Dychousc, Georgo, town lot, Rowland, '93 and '94 Fisher, John, 20 acre land near M. V. Bartelle, '94 Garni, II. C, lot at Rowland, bal. for 92, '93, and '94 Gaines, John S., 58 acre of land on Green River,'94 Hajdett, James, 14 acres of knob land, '94 Have, Hugh, 5 acre of land uear Wn. Hays, '92 to '94 Hammonds, Amelia, 18 acres near Hales Well, '93 and '94 Hammonds. G. A., 75 acres of land near Rowland, bal. '94 taxes Hayi, Mrs. Paulina, 13 acres near George D. Hopper, bal. '93, '94 Hixan, N. J., house and lot at Rowland, '89, '90, '93, '9 " " " '93 and '94 Hiatt, Ross, " '93 and '94 Jan., Hughes, Alcorn, Amanda 69 acres near Hanging Fork, Bal. '93 and '94 Behoni, Mary and Louis 75 acres near Milledgeville, '93 5 65 Benedict, Wesley's hrs. 115 acres near Milledgeville, '93 and '94 50 Bibb & Walker 93 acres near McKinney, '94 7 00 40 Montgomery, Whit hrs. 240 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 and 12 40 Noakes, Elizabeth 160 acres, '93 and '94 G 15 Nordyke, Nancy J. Lot iu Crab Orchard, '91 to '94 Harman, Johu and sister 200 acres uear Hustonville, '93 and '94 '94.... 82 40 Huffman, Mrs. M. J. 27 acres near Hustonville, '92 to '94 Lanhara, Minerva Heirs 2 acres near Mt. Salem, '91 to 5, 00 Minor, Henry Clay 14 acres near.Milledgeville, '93 5 00 Mason Hrs. and Jane Mason laud on Green River near son 60 Miuks, Harvey house aud lot in Moreland, Bal. '94 7 80 Peacock, G. Freely house and lot in Hustonville, '90 to 1 50 Reid, John 4 acres near Mrs. Braxdale, '94 42 20 Russell, Henry 53 acres near Wm. Kinder, s94 4 80 k 3 65 Goode, Geo. A. 2 15 48 acres near J. K. Baughman, '94 6 60 47 05-- . 29 11 1 55 '93 r. 3 55 Ma- ? 00 Pence, John 30 acres near Garland James, '93 and '94 12 20 Playforth, Henry 50 acres uearW. B. Harness, '94 1 85 Roberts, James T. 147 acres near Alfred Davis, '94 2 00 Rogers, John, 20 acres near Green Adams, '94 5 35 Rowland, Alfred, estate, 300 acres near U. Albright, '86 to '94 2 00 0 90 Shumake, Mary, 60 acres, near U. Albright, '94, .3 00 Stephenson, W. T., 187 acres near Crab Orchard, bal. '93 and '94 8 50 Thompson, Andy, lot near Crab Orchard, '94 5 80 Tobin, J. J., 17 acres near Geo. W. Edwards, '94 12 25 Turner, Bob, 25 acres near Sarah Griffin, '93 and '94 50 Leonard, Wilburn, 11 acres near T. B. White, '91 to '94 15 75 Wren, W. II., 60 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 30 05 1 1 Napier 5 05 2 90 '94 40 05 3 00 2 85 7 " 50 Shannon, 23 85 1 Joe A. 30 acres near Milledgeville, '94 45 Trimble, D. L. house and lot in McKinney '93 and '94; 50 Wilcher, (JasJ Geo. Wesley 12 acres uear Jno. Tombs, '91 to '94.... 1 40 Wood, Wm. H., non resident, 100 acrea near Green River, '93 to 'H 4 00 5 25 9 75 3 00 Maicy, James, heirs, 91 acres on Green River, '93 and '94 Martin, Thomas, 31 acres near Halls Gap, '92, '93 and '94 Miller, Ed, 86 acres on Dix River, bal. '91, '92, '93, '94 9 25 Hustonville No. 4 Colored. 6'Kief, Mike, lot in Rowland, '94 Peters, Mrs. Hcttic, 19 acres near Dawnon's Mill '94 Phillips, Henry I)., house aud lot near Rowland, '94 Prodom, J. II., 50 acres, Peak farm, '90 to '94, inclusive Ranibo, James, house and lot at May wood, '94 Robinson, Sim, house and lot nt Rowland, '91, '92, '93, '94 Sibold, J. M., house and lot near Stanford, '92, '93, '94 Smith, Monroe, 250 acres on Green River, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94 Sowder, J. H. 40 acres of land on Dix River Wolford, Dale, house and lot at Rowland . '. 00 Crab Orchard No. 2 Colored. 2 10 Alcorn, Geo. Woodley int. in house and lot in Turneraville.. Alcorn, Henry interest in house and lot in Turnersville Anderson, Isaac 4 acres near Mt. Salem '93 and '94 Anderson, Green lot in Hustonville, '94 $ 1 40 1 1 1 30 30 60 3 50 13 75 3 00 8 20 Crews, Jenka, 2 acres near Crab Orchard, '94 Ellison, Lucy, 1 acre near Abe Campbell, '93 81 10 3 35 Floyd, James, 50 acres near Jim Green, '94 0 00 Guest, Green, 2 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 aud '94 19 60 Jones, L., lot in Crab Orchard, '93 55 30 Johnson, Henry, 4 acres, near Dud Holmes, '93 and 94 1 30 Middleton, Barbara, lot in Crab Orchard, '93 and '94 12 70 Welch, Tom, 2 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 aud '94 Welch, Nancy, 2 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 8 1 4 75 ; Stanford No. . 1 Colored. 20 3 10 1 60 2 00 3 40 30 Abrahams, James, town lot near M. O. Vandevecr, 15 acres, '94 Ballingcr, Green, lot in Boncyville, bul. ou '91 Ballinger, Mote, lot in Stanford, '94 Baughman, Clutc, lot at Halls Gap, '94 Beazley, John, 17 acres of knob land Bright, Polly, town lot in Stanford, '92, '93 and '94 Burdettc, Joe, lot in Renetown, '94 Cooper, Josh, Crow, Honry, 2 acres 8 acres Waynesburg No. HIGHLAND. 3 "White. , 60 Davis, Ed 14 acres uear Moreland, '94 3 80 Givene, Allen 6 acres near Moreland, '94 2 30 Givens, John 11 acres near McKinney, '94 ' 4 60 Gooch, Henry 15 acres knob land, '94 95 Gooch, Davidson 20 acres knob land, '91 to '94 Gooch, Cam 6 acres knob land, '93 and '94 Good, Phillis 12 acres near McKinney, '94 Bright, Barney 48 acres on Hanging Fork, '94 Bright, John 2 acres near Win. Bright, '93 and '94 40 Brown, Dan house and lot near Ed Hunu, '94 2 00 Burton, Talitha 9 acres near Wm. Bright, '94 4 25 Cloyd, Edith 10 acres near K. L. Tanner, '92 to '94 Caldwell, Eph 6 acres near Moreland, '94 ' 1 1 1 70 25 70 2 00 1 70 . 1 70 1 8-- r' 1 8 4 00 3 10 2 45 1 Huffman, Jerry lot near McKinney, Bal. '94 2 75 1 1 '... 30 70 Atkins, C. B., 60 acres near Highland, 94 Jones, Kit lot near McKinney, '94 and '94 ' 4 75 at Boncyville of knob land, '91 to '94, inclusive Dawson, Kittic, lot iu Boncyville Gibson, Mariah, lot in Stanford, '93 Greenlee, Charles, lot near Rowland, '94 Bastin, Joseph, 30 acres near Sam Bastin, '94 Bastin, Jasper L., 50 acres near Wnynesburg, '93 Baugh, John G., 58 acres near Highland, '94 Bowers, Charles M. 100 acres near Wm. Smith, '93 1 50 Baugh, Alfred, 12 acres near Wm. Dishon, '93 and '94 7 00 Baker, Martin II., 8 acres near Tom Young, '92 to '91 Bryant, Pascol, 40 acres ou Buck Cieek, '93 , 1 00 3 3 4 2 Reid, Mariah lot near McKiuney, '93 to '94 70 93 Weatherford, Joe (dead) 2 acres near Milledgeville, '93 50 Welch, James lot in McKiuney, '93 and '34 Woods, Craig lot iu McKinney, '93 nndj,94 70 60 25 35 Ex-Sheriff 2 00 3 50 4 80 J. N. MENEFEE, Lincoln County. , Helm, Bcttic, lot near Stanford, '93 3 75 Hays, Wm., lot in Logautown, bal. '92, '93, '94 W. D., 70 acres uear Georgo Routen, '94 50 Dye, Minorva, hoirs, 2 acres at Boncyville, '94 Hale, 4 20 Faulconer, Laura, 50 acres near Highland, '94 Hayden, Tim, lot in Rowland, '93 aud '94 2 40 Gooch, Cicero, Sr., 98 acres near Eubanks, '94 Hansford heirs, lot in Maxville, '94 10 35 Gooch, Milton, 100 acres near Eubanks, '92 in Stanford, '92 to '94, inclusive Helm, Green, lot Hocker, Anderson, lot in Stanford, '88, '89 and 90, '93 and '94, bal., 9 10 Gooch, Mrs. Hen, 100 acres near Waynesburg, '91 to '93 2 00 Griggs, E. A., 80 acres near W. H. Hixan ,'94 Hocker, Joe, lot in Rowland, '94 James, Henry, lot in Maxville, '94 Jones, Arch, lot in Maxvillle, bal. '93 and '94 Kennedy, Willis, lot in Dooleyville Coffey, 1 Camden, John C, 40 acres near Jane Prathers, '92 Childers, James, 16 acres near George Padgett, '93 and '94 3 10 Cluttcrbach, James 100 acres near Wm. Routen, 194 75 Corn, Rev. W. T., lot in Kingsville, '93 and '94 1 10 2 90 3 55 3 80 Hi.6.R0fLEY U lUwlTist Hit 2 30 3 25 1 00 3 10 2 10 3 70 3 70 1 SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Jane, lot in Lackey, Wm., " . Lackey, Tom, lot in Rowlaud, '94 1 acre, Walnut Flat, '93 and 94 Lee, Sank, Logan, Mary, 15 acres at Bonoyville, '92 to '94, inclusive Logan Sam, lot near J. T. O'Hair, '94 Lynn, Tim, lot near Logantown, '90 to '94 92 to '94 inclusive " " '91, '92 and '93 30 Harris, Gcorgo W., 50 acres near J. S. Harris, '92 to '94 2 65 Harris, J. S., 3 acres near Gcorgo Harris, '91 to 94 65 Harris, Wm. H., 50 acres near Geo. Harris, '94 2 Hicka, Daniel, 4 acres near Kingsville, '94 4 85 Johnson, I. N. 650 acres near D. A. Baugh, '91 10 55 125 acres near S. Skidmore, '93 aud '94 2 65 Jackson, Dr. A., 2 45 Kidd. Bryant, 85 acres near B. Gooch, '94 2 85 Lackman, John, 50 acres near J. C. Gooch, '92 and '94 2 35 Lovelace, Silas A., lot in Kingsville, '94 2 15 Leach, Lucinda, 1 acre near J. D. Long, '93 and '94 1 65 70 60 7 45 1 1 THE 1800 8 10 2 50 Q ueen &Cr&scent reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot bpnngs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles ana and Shreveport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Bine Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. O. Blnearson, Chaa. W. ZelU route ' ; : 2 75 McMullin, Logan, lot at Hal la Gap, '94 McMullin, Wils, lotat Halls Gap, '93 and '94 Moran, Doc, lot in Stanford, bal. '88, '89,'90,'92 and '93 , McAlister, Joe, lot in Stanford Richardaon,"Ben, heira, 19 acres on Dix River, '94 Rout, Sara, lot in Boneyville, '93 and '94 Boo, Bettio,"ll acres at Bonoyville, '93 and '94 Smith, Mary, lot near J. T. O'Hair, '93 and '94 50 Lay, 4 or. 11 25 John, 10 acres near John Tombs, '91 to '93 Lance, Ed A., 162 acres near Kingsville, bal. '91 and '94 Leo, John S., 35 acres near South Fork, '94 70 75 8 40 Jl 30 2 00 1 1 Ben, 58 acrea near South Fork, '98 and '94 W. C, CO acrea near Waynesburg, '94 Mrs. Annie, 125 acres near John P. Walls, '93 and '94 George, 30 acrea near James Upthegrove, bal. '94 Green, 200 acrea near J. B. Gooch, '94 75 McMulliua, 20 Martin, 65 Martin, 50 Meades, 50 Maxey, 4 00 2 15 4 25 45 8 85 mm Viv. PomV Agt., Cincinnati. 0. Q. P. A., Ctocmtwtf, 0. J.ft IMitl- - - 1 ii, ii ii n " ' "if M'' ''"T " 'I'" I' Mil IH'I il IIWHIllHIIBflaMi "."JU1 ' '"" "llq llllJ"" .e this was overlaid with butter colored trousers unimpeded whilo on tho wheel laco. Ono had a deep Venetian collarTO ette, and this was fastened with a largo Any kind .of u waist or n uorfolk Jacket DELICATE TINTS PREFERRED Stanford, Kv., may bo worn with it Tho skirt is light June 14, 1895 HIGH COLORS. pasto bncklo. The pasto or rhincstono as can bo and is mado so thnt it has a bucklo is used to a greater, extent than sheer effect iu front, and when it is Judicious Skirt Trimming Polka Dot Silks over before, nnd somo evening gowns drawn up nnd back thcro is but littlo W. P. WALTON. Again In Style Some Dainty Grndua-tlo- n literally blazo with them. Many even- cloth to blow nbont This suit does not ing bonnets aro almost entirely com- savor of dross reform, which is Dresses Uuttorcup anil Shaded Yel posed of tho sparkling stones. Tho rago to somo ladies, nnd comfort nnd lows New Hats and llonncts. for theso imitation diamonds is so great niodesty nro preserved. Copyright, 1S03, by American Press Assoc! lii- - that thoy aro used as studs and buttons GOWNS EOE SUMMER. frilh of pile bluo chiffon or pink, nnd each sido, lonving tho' ltmba iu tho 5fi. .IV AtrfWfNJJU U v v . fly 1 1 objec-tionnbl- o THE CHESHIRE HOG. It Makes Xxan Mrnl nnd lias IZnthualaMla Cliitniplotift. 11 tlon.) f - ir 5 VOU AKK GOING WORTH or ' WIST, r. r. I Loutaviitc Nashville I the liae for you, at it Dally Trains Double close connection! Make at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Tor any information enquire of prettiest nnd most nrtis-ti- o gowus seen for a generation havo Leon shown this week. They aro intended for summer wear, for coromonious outdoor occasions nnd for visiting. They nro in delicato tints rather than in tho high colors affected by bo many, and they charm tho eyo at onco by their refinement. Ono was a palo blno mohair, which glistened like frosted silver. Tho back was cut in princess shape, and whoro tho waist lino merged into full plaits wero 6et two hnudsonio fancy frosted gold buttons. Tho front of tho waist was arranged in blouso effect over a whito armnro vest set with threo of tho fancy buttons. Tho 6kirt was mado to reach up and under tho plaits without a break or seam. Tho sleeves wero slashed, and so was tho skirt, and all had insets of the armure, aud all tho edges woro bordered with coils of narrow black soutache. Tho wholo effect was of studied simplicity. Thcro aro surely fivo of overy ten of tho newest skirts slashed, plaited or slightly draped. Peoplo aro so ficklo that thoy nro already growing weary of tho circular skirt with its innny discomforting traits. A littlo judiciously arranged trimming is now seen on somo skirts, nnd that is a great relief to tho eyo. A very neat and elegant visiting gown had a bell shaped skirt, nnd around tho bottom thcro wero two rows of whito castlo braid, ono an inch wido and sot on tho extremo edgo nnd tho other a quarter of an inch wide set an inch higher. Down tho front thcro was n band of tho biscuit colored flecked summer cheviot, bordered with white braid. It reached, from waist to tho foot. Tho basqno was cut with a very full skirt and was belted in with a chnudron ribbon and copper buckle Thero was n curiously shaped rover collar, furnished with whito worsted buttons. Tho sleeves were decidedly largo larger than is now often seen but tho material was draped ,iu such n manner as to detract from thoir apparSomo of tho for various nrticlos of underwear. Kent, Motlrst mid Jaunty. Among minor mention I may say that Tho mother who would object to seenovcr has thero been o much whito ing her daughter iu this almost ideal cloth used as rovors and facings as now. bicyclo costumo is indeed prudMi. It It is effective as a vest also and is really consists of a kilted skirt falling below lino as pauols in skirts. Another novolty is black laco, embroidered with real straw, in dots, squares or flowers. Stars m A breeder of Cheshircs declares on his honor ns" live stock man that ho raised ono pig of this family which weighed 4 1 0 pounds droned meat at 8 months nnd 11 days old. Ho declares further that it is not very uucommou for Cheshircs at 0 moutlis old to weigh 400 pounds and over, pigs both full blood nud grndo Tho 410 round pig yielded in nddition to that weight 40 TkhuicIs of lard from its intestines. It was fed chiefly on skimmilk and cornmcal. Tho Cheshire hog is always white, and tho sows aro very prolific. Tho breed, although it hns an English namo, is American, originating in Jefferson county, N. Y. Colonel Harris says tho ought to bo called Joffcrbou county T" m in Poor Health : YVJ means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailpicnts neglected. Don't play with Nature's 'greatest gift health. ir Brown's out of sorts, weak and Kenerslly ex- - If)ousrefeellnr nni-ma- ls Iron : 5PVff .'Ci awaW& AyMl SUMMEU DOKNETS. ll ' CIIESIIlttR SOW. Bitters ttttk, and Urown's Iron HiA few bottles cure benefit comrs from the very first dose it tot' ttm 3wxr tlers. liauttru, nerious, no appetite and can't wotlc, begins! once taking the most tellable strengthening medlrlne.whlfhis ttae 'MHMMBMB pleasant to tske. It's It Cures JOES. RICE. Agent, ent size. Stanford, Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK lC - OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus - 9200,000 21,300 Attention of the public ii invited to the fae that this U the onljr National Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank are secured not only by the capita) stock, but by the stockholders liability for ai amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of 1400,00a Ti sworn statements of the condition of the banl are made each ycarto the United States govsru-teand its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititocs adperfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Bank of Stantord in i8j8, then ol Stanford in isd os the National Bank First National 1S65 and Bank ol the caia 1S81, has had practically an uninterStantord in rupted existence of 3 years. It is better supplied stow with facilities fpr transacting business prompt iy and liberally than ever before in its long anc honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidn ctanes, firms and individuals respectfully solic at Tho delicato biscuit color and coachman's drab, and also French gray, aro shades very much liked by tho best dressers. Such gowns stand out remarkably well against a background of tho brilliant colors seen on most persons this season. Ivory whito cloth, sorgo and fino goats' hair brilliantiuo all mako up beautifully for such costumes as aro abovo mentioned, and nearly every ono of theso gowns is trimmed with olivo green velvet in somo man- - 'if- - " vi !'WLm ted. The Directory of this Bank is composed Forestuft Had, Lincoln county J S. T. Harris, Lincoln; ot J. . 8. llocker, President; H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. H. Baughman,) Lincoln; J. S. llocker, Stanford; W. A. Tribble, Staaford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; . T, P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner,;McKinney; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky Jdo. J. McRobeits, Cashier; SUMMEU COSTUMES. Thero was an old Cheshire hog in ..To tbe England, but it is now extinct, a regular porcino monster, with flesh as coarso Scotch Highland Hloycle Costume. as that of a hippopotamus. It is wild Via Tbe This piqtnrcsquo design consists of thnt u sow of this breed was taken many Scotch plaid kilted skirt, reaching to years ago to Jefferson county, N. Y., shoo tojw, stockings to mutch, low shoes and from her progeny dcfccndcd tho o with buckles aud a looso waist of black, swine which, crossed with tho produced tho present American Cheshiro hog. Bo that as it may, tho g))toityiut,iiwi8AiTiCiiimo"BTlo- modern Cheshire yiolds meat of superfine excellence and flavor and a great Ooly Dlnloc Cat Rout From quantity of it Tho boars possess great prepotency, and their get is suro to bo whito, through from a crotA of Berkshire or Poland China. Another great recommejodation of tho Elegant rutlmsn Vestlbultd Cheshiro hog is that it is tho champion Sleepers of Modern Psttern. lean meat producer. Thoro is n miction For mspi or soy Information, aJdtets from tho fat hog crazo of n generation JTIANK J, REID.) f K.B.II.P.BACO.V, ago. Peoplo's appetites hnvo becomo or G. P, Agent, Aient, ) (. Chicago. Louisville. more dolicato and dainty, nnd they now ask for streaks of lean in double portion. I tt. ciftir This is found in tho modern Cheshire. Donver. i St. Paul. loesiuor It is a fino grained, compactly built Koute. j swine. Its advocates declare thnt its floslt is superior to that of tho favorite Poland China. Cow. The Queen's Aberdeen-Angu- s Qneen Victoria perhaps acquired her tastes for rural lifo nud form nnimnls nEST LINE TO AND ROM from her hu&bnnd, Princo Albert, who HENniETTE Rousseau. was tho patron and enthusiastic supporter of all tho agricultural shown in the FOR LADY CYCLISTS. kingdom. At any rate, her majesty is n Solid Vestlbultd Trains with IljiTet Pailor Cars, A Variety of Picturesque and Convenient dark bluo or green velveteen with plaid eltgant ceschet, dining coaches, dining rais,Wsg ner sleeping cats and litest improved private Costumes. scarf. Short trousers of dark flannel and compattmrct llufTcl sleeping cars, msgnlnccntly This design represents a costumo in a Tntn O'Shanter of plaid or velvet lurmsheil with toilet accessories in each com partmeat. which tho knickerbockers nnd skirt aro completo tho costumo. A velvet bag to mado of brilliantino and tho jacket of hold odds and ends hangs from the cloth. Tho skirt is so mado that it may waist be worn as a divided skirt on tho wheol 8olul Veillbuted Tistnt with tluffct Parlor Cars, llrotvn Melton Tllcycla Salt. Coteries and Dining Cart and Wsgotr tlufTvt bleeping Cars. Tho costumo hero shown is made of light weight brown melton cloth. The t'lt'Csawl full skirt, fulling below tho kneo, but- T faalr also nro wrought in straw. This makes a very haudsomo trimming to millinery of all kinds and is striking when employed on black silk gowns. Tho straw hns tho gleam of gold, and it is qnito durable. I havo seen n couplo of dressy littlo visiting capes, ono of black velvet and ono of ribbed silk, each trimmed profusoly with this straw wrougnt laco. Buttercup nnd shaded yellows aro growing in favor every day, both for millinery nnd dross, more particularly in, tho largo plaids for fancy waists. In millinery yellow is seen everywhere. Velvet ribbon and volvot flowers in different shades contrasted with black enliven tho prosaio streets. Still thcro nro other colors, nnd wo seo coarso, rough straws, lookiirg as if hoiolessly tanned. Theso havo bundles of m-ewith masses of foliago and bits of ribbon set hero and there. Somo of the neapolitaus havo deeply fluted brims, set with velvet verbenas and topped with empire plumes. Tho variety of rough straws is appalling to ono who would describo them. Tho English walking hat in dark straw is n favorite. For tho littlo maids hero is tho wido leghorn, with an undulating brim, tho crown trimmed with mull and field daisies. For tho matron is tho tiny, o close bonnet, with jet nnd spangles and tho glittering butterfly wings. Thcro aro straight hats with a basket full of bluots on tho crown, and tiny tricornes with big peonies on tho sides. Thero was a brown straw, sailor shape,- with a wreath of ripo and ripening cherries around tho brim. A novolty is for widows to wear whito or black crapo veils in the house, liko Queen Victoria. s, ga-lor- tho knee, n shirt waist of silk or linen, a short jacket opening in front, leather leggings and a cap with a broad visor. Tho material should bo light weight wool, and tho designer recommends that n union underwear suit of silk bo worn with it hogs instead of Cheshire hogs, but the namo Chthiro seems somehow to stick. They are a cross between tho largo English Yorkshire and a breed of largo sows in tho dairy districts of Now York state. Thero aro other crosses, but these aro tho lines on the others ate stitutes, On rrcrli't of twoac stsmtii we f will -- end set of Ten Beautiful World's Vic v. and book free. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, UD. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Llvcr Neuralgia, Troubles, 'Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Ncrvoua ailments Women's complaints. Get only tie prnulnc II has crowed red subwrsppcr. All ' ' main ones. Portland. San Francisco. TO1OTEWEST -- York-Bhir- IaOUISVIIsIsI TO CHICAGO. BIG : 4 iIBOUTB, BwawawawaCuawaBwawaTawawawawawawawawawawaw ST. LOUIS. SOSTOIST, AA.McKinney, Asst. CatHtr Farmers Bank&Trnst Ce' OF STANFORD, KY., Isnovrfullyjorgeniied and ready for business will Paid tip Capital of Surplus, IV $200,000. 21,000. . SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK UP 5TAMFUKU, Now closing up) with the ssmt assets and unds, the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fatly protected as aie depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held Individuals liaolo to the extent of the amount 01 their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the aasount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to tu whilst mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks ana trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years experience itt banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-isten- t J J. Williams, ML Vernon; dirictosu: . H. Shanks, Etaaford; J. S. dwsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. J.B.Owsley, Stanford; m F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MlUedgeville, W. H. Cummins, Preachers i He S. H. Shanks, President. 3., Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier , W. MYBnjrht, Tel c 1, k. H5H9H k HalT? A TninPlaiaWafl COPYRIGHTS.- CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? vrorapt answer and an honest opinion, for to CO., who have bad nearly nfty years' M U N N Sf In the patent business. Communicexperience ations strictly confidential. A Handbook of In concerning Patents and how to obformation tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and adentMo books sent freev Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive and special notloeln the Hclentlllc Anierlcnii, withthus are brought widely before the publicPaper, out cost to the Inventor. This splendid far the Issued weekly, elesantly Illustrated, has bv largest Qtrealatlon of any scleutino work In the world. .S3 a year. Sample coplea sent free. a year. Single BulfdlKdltlOD, monthly, f copies, 'i eenta. Kvery number conta'ns beau, In colors, and tlful plate. plans, enabling photographs of new builders toshow the house: with Address Latent duelim and secure contracts. BBOADWAT. JttUNN SCO, NBW iOUK, 3tfl W - ner. Often a narrow lino of silver or gold braid is Bowed along, and frequently a littlebit of flue embroidery is placed along tho edgo of tho velvet to emphasize tho lino of demarkation or possibly to soften it. Theso goods in ivory tints aro 6imply exquisite when so treated. Many persons will bo pleased to hear that polka dot silks have como to us again. Thero was never a pattern in silk for regular nnd hard wear that could compare with polkas. Tho flguro is always tho same, only larger or smaller, closer together or spread wider, just as it happens. There is whito with dots dark or light blue, somo patterns as big as a dimo and otbors ns small as pin- heads, some whero tho dots ore set closely in regular lines nnd others whero they aro scattered promiscuously all over. Rod on white, whito on red, red on bluo, and brown on cream aro tho 'color combinations most often seen, including tho bluo and white. Ono effective pattern has palo yellow dots on a snuff brown ground. There aro many other combinations. Tho most novel arrangement Is whero thero is a tan ground with threo dots clustered together, ono being of wood brown, one green and tho other red. Doubtless tho noxt two weeks will bring still other fancies. Those silks are of good quality, and with a very trifle of trimming will mako exceedingly pretty frocks. Flounces of theso silks aro cut bios and shirred to the bottom of tho skirt If wo may believe nil we hear, wo aro on tho verge of a season of many flounces. I was advised by a letter from Paris that during tho coming winter wo would soo velvet gowns flounced to the waist, and silk dresses with ns many as tho skirt would hold, many of them being hand ombroidered, and in other costumes there would bo flounces of bright, iridescent silk overlaid with loco. Speaking of laco reminds me of somo dainty and girlish graduation dresses for the Juno commencements. Somo of them nro mado entiroly of whito laco over a slip of white or light tinted silk, and theso aro lavishly garnished with tho lovely Dresden ribbons. Others were of white mull or organdio or swiss, plain and dotted. Habutai silk was employed in ono or two instances, nnd so was whito silk crepon, but all hnd thoir modicum of laco and yards of ribbon. Tho dotted swiss and mull wero roally tho daintiest nnd most maidenly. Iu some of them there woro bertha CHAMPION AHK!tt)l?KS-AMH.-- S COW. The only through Mccplog Car line from Cln clnnali. Elegant Wagntr Sleeping Cars. frequent exhibitor at such fairs, and her stock generally takes tho premium, too, possibly sometimes when it is not tho best A 4. I J, rC s Mill 4 yM Ik " JPlI Tho I I I l's'i lvl l iIy Victoria tho hardy north British stock. Sho has a noted herd of Aberdeen-Angu- s cattlo among tho other breeds, nnd of this sho is especially proud. Tho finest cow iu tho herd is tho ono shown in our illustration. Thisflno crcaturowon tho challenge cup over nlL For pure beef form sho could hardly bo fcxcollod. Ono uotn-bipoint is her smnll bones, although sho is thoroughly solid built o The"Soulhwnwrn Limited'' Solid Vestlbultd Traios with Columbian Library, Iluffet and Smoking Cars, WamrMceping Cars, Elegant Coachespecially likes nnd breeds es and Dlninit Cars, UnUlsg paastrccrs in New Vol k City at 4id street depot nsnEw 3roE.i: Positively NO FKRRY TRANSFEH. lie sure jour tick reads via "Gig Four.' D. P. M AllTIN, Gen. Pan. and Tkt. Art. Pais. Traffic Mgr. Cincinnati, Ohio. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. .44 eo . . 4 4 4 E. O, McCORUACK, "Tv) - "awawawfTawflf"" rj wj Wb Horse Knows. and an undivided ono when off. hat is a pretty affair, a sailor with a shirrod crown and rough straw brim. Tho dividing of tho skirt is managed by buttonholes, buttons and laps in tho seams of tho skirt Tho skirt is lined with moroen. Comfortable and Modest. A strong point in favor of this costumo is that it can be worn as a walking skirt as well as on tho wheel. Tho costume is a ono piece garment and makes a splendid walking skirt Thero area pair of elastic cords arranged skill- - maining horso shows that will bo hold Postaee free to all subscribers in the United this year: States, Canada and Mexico. Washington (open air), May Address HARPKH & TIROIIIIRS. V. O. Boa 959, N. Y. City. tons up tho front over, equestrian tights Philadelphia (open air), May Tho coat has full sleeves and short Long Branch (open air), August basquo, fits neatly in tbu back and on Greenwich, Conn, (open air), Sept tho sides, but is open in front Brown THE WEEKLY leggings and hat complete tho outfit Hartford (open air), Sept. Mount Morris, N. Y. (open uir), Sept GOURiER-dOURNA- L Military Costume For the Wheel. This neat yet dashing costumo is in Cincinnati. style and is particularly Dutchess county, N. Y. Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. Buitablo for young girls. It consists of It contains the best of Whito Plains, N. Y. (open air), Oct RY WATTERSON everything going. HENIs the editor. 20-25. J Tho following is a schedule of tho re- Harper's Magaiinr, One:Year ' Harper's Weekly, Harper's IUiar, " " ' Hat pel's Young People .. .. 60 00 00 28-3- 2-- 0. 10-1- 4. 17-2- 2. y 5. Baltimore (open air), Oct 11-10. 2. Boston, October. New York (MadiBou Squaro Garden), Nov. Chicago (stato board of agriculture), November. San Francisco, December. Feedlur Ollmeal to I's;s. Wo havo used oilmcal iu n nqmber of instances for growing pigs, both before and after weaning, and havo always been pleased with tho results. Pigs that nro fed a littJo oilmcal always havo a gloss to tho hair and u general finish which is very noticeable In tho first plnco farm stock always docs better on a variety of foods than on a siuglo kind or a limited number, Oilmcal adds to tho list, and further than that has an effect with pigs just in tho samo liuonswouotico iu fattening cattle. This point I hnvo referred to nbovo. I ndviso swiuo breeders, and especially thoso growing tho pedigreed ttock for exhibition or salo, to study tho two of oilmen for young pigs andshoats. W. A. Henry in Breeder's Gazette. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. makes The WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAvery liberal terms to agent., and gives Ires pre- - x Sample copies of the paper sod mlurai for club. four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Write to L Tho COURIER" JOURNAL CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. The s "Is oilmcal a satisfactory constituent Semi - Weekly Interior Journal of rations for growing pigs?" 1 Weekly ' And The Courier-Journal Will be sent one year tonny address for 232 d W. P. WLATON, 70, Wallaos Stanford, 23. Attorneyat Law, - - Vnrnon, Kentucky. s, bloomers and a long, loose military coat fully at tho sido, and when it is desired nnd cape. Tho suty; is mado of whipcord, to mouut a pull nt these cords causes brilliantino or linen. Tho cape is detho skirt to rise in graceful folds on tachable. FOR HIDING. FOR BICiCLK. Will sc: at ExccutordAdminlstrator and Assignee Special attention fgWenlto Settlements of as Attorney and Sale and Division of nfants Lands. Office on Lancister St. over SuptV"Y7K.'McCla". yt office. j. -- U sr liiiii fan r1 IsfMlnTl III I if m&toMftfc$yiR"ti&i,"i' "'i tv -- 1, i' 'i', r "'.-- ..i.l.UUM MYil rfcitfr A VvVMm -- wnnTTiwwiiiini Nit Mil MkkmmmrtMM4t Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv., - flTAWrORD, Mr. J. O. JnK9. of I'mnviltn. Ia nt- -( tending court. Mrs. Mary McKe'ic, of Danville, is with Mrs. R. 0. Warren. Jl'NH 11, 1896 Mils. J. H. Barkbii, of Jellico is visiting her father, Mr. James Walkor Glv-on- s. E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Misa Eva Lamm km is quite stele. Mim Julia Ultima ima lualnrial fover. ti Commercial Gazette, has been visiting Mh. P. W. Qhkk.n is laid up with chills Miss Kate Blain and others. Mibsrb Sue and Bess Woods are back anJ fovor. Mim NonA Moiibla.su is visiting in from Mlllersburg College. Miss Lucy Allen accompanied thorn and will be Lexington. their guest. Mh. Kmiiiiy Ueazlky Is confined to his room by sickness. Wk lit spec's. Dan kg, the Optician. " Mh. W. 11. Cooper, aherlff of Puloaki Mit. A. A. Warren will bo clerk at Rock Castle Springs this year and will leave to day to tako chargo. Mr. E. II. Edwards, of the Cincinna- $10 HIGH Frm No, S-- & THE GLOBE STRICTLY $10 rt-- fFJn s0 7 county, wna here this week. :: I The Odd Fellows aro having their hall MissKmily Alixandkii has returned papered and nro otherwise beautifying from a visit to relatives at Uurgin. tho interior of it. Mies MAROUEniTKlNOKLS, the actrees, is visiting Miss Lou Uoclccr at Huston-vlllWk are overstocked on saddles. Co mo In and get tLom cheaper than ever beAUHjiis. w. a. and n. u. ilocKKii are fore. M. 8. A J. W. Boughman. back from College at Lexington for the Bargains extraordinary. All China vacation. Miss Minnik Munday la visiting tho and wash silks that wero 40c, 50c and 00c f imily of Mr. R. II. Uronaugh at Grab now go at 25c. Severance A Kon. Orchard. Hoi'. Manager Gus Hofmann 1b makJames T. Caiibon, tho genial drum- ing big preparations for the opening hop mer, was with friends and relatives here at You Crab Orchard Springs this week. are invited. Miui. J. G. FuiTtt and Miss Carrie Frith, of Brodhead, are guests of Mrs. Dr. W. Rkmrmiixk some shoes have advanced B. O'Baanon. 2o per cent, but wo wero on time in buyKey. H. M. Logan is in Richmond p ing and can give you tho old prices. tho commencement exercises (f Hughes A Tate. Odntral University. At tho meeting of the Ftro Company , PnoF. W. 0. Lackey, of the Elizabeth-towwero Is at Wednesday night some vacancies branch of Central Unlversl ty, adopted for practice filled and an order home for tho Summer. Mies OriixLiA Thompson', of Louisville, at 8 o'clock tills (Friday) evening. Is tho guest of her cousins, Missus Clara The L. A N. 1b preparing to do away and Ophelia Lackey. with tho trestle near tho water works. Mrs. KLiZAiimt Halciii, who has been A large culvert will bo be built and the visiting her father, Mr. M. P. Hubblo, rest will bo filled In with dirt. has returned to Texas. Mr. J. E. Hni'CK has tho business manDn. 0. Fowlbk was kicked on the ager's thanks for a bucket of the splen right by a horco he was leading the did cherries that grow on his farm. day and qulto badly hurt. Fortuother Mh. and Mrs. A. B. McKinnky went nately no bones wero broken. up to Jellico Tuesday to visit Mrs. Mc at Moroland The union Sunday-schoo- l Kinney's daughter, Mrs. II. 0. Oook. Tux exertion and excitement attend- will give an ico cream and strawberry ant on commencement prostrated Mrs. supper Saturday night, 15th, to which J. M. Hubbard and she has been quite Btnall admission fee will be charged. ill. Mr. A. T. Traylor and family, of Tux new two story dwelling of WilHindaboro, ,111., aro visiting relatives and liam Reid, who lives near Highland, many friends in tho Gilberts Creek sec- caught fire from a chimney the other tion. day and was consumed together with a Mim Annix BRONAUnu Enulkman regood deal of its contents. turned tho first of the week from Dr. Price's school for young ladies at NashDemocrats should make it a point to ville. attend the precinct conventions to mor Mrs. T. 8. Farrib and little ion, of 6a row afternoon and see that only good lem, Oregon, are visiting Mrs. B. mon men who have always boon and Mrs. Farria was Mits Fannie are now unflinching democrats, are put Huffman. on guard. A crisis is upon us. Let us Mips Ellrn Ballou, who has had meet it bravely and unitedly and old charge of a largo music class at Somerset, Lincoln will he redeemed. has joined her sisters and all are at Delinquents. J. N. Men-efhomo again. issue a list of tends out with this Miu axii Mrs. T. 8. Wkimi, Jr., and little son returned to Knoxville yesterday the delinquents for property tax, long morning after a pleasant visit to the fam- since due. The list embraces 150 names and contains many, who ought to have ily of Judge M. C. Sautley. Mrs. L. B. GiLLximnd handsome eon, saved themselves tho extra expense of after month's visit to her sisters, Mrs the advertisement, f:2 each. There may R. S. Lytlo and Mrs. V. B. Penny, left be others added next issue. . for hur home at Marion, Kas., Wednea The New Faci'Lty. Their friendo will day. Mit. G. L. PHX8COTT, the English car- - be delighted to know that Dr. Shelton itallst, was hero Tueadav and wns mi t has notified the board of trustees of delegation of Rockcastlo men who Stanford Female College that ho nomiby want him to build his road through nates Mies Emma L. Martin to bo presiding teacher and fill the same chairs as their county. of Mt. Vernon, formerly, and Miss Mary Cowen to bo MilC. 0. Williams, teacher. was hero Tuesday en route to Danville vocal and instrumental music S. Saullev, Dr. Shelton's to hear his brother, R. G. Williams, de- Mrs. Nannie English Literature liver tho valedictory of the law class of daughter, will teach and History and Mrs. Shelton will be Centro College. Mr. J. It. Bufiit has gone to Knoxvillo matron. as a delegate to tho Y. M. 0. A. WednesThe loss by fire on the Stanford Roller day oveniug he made an address before Mills waa easily adjusted and to tho satthe Cecroplan Society of Kentucky Unl isfaction of all concerned. Messrs. J. II. versitv, which is greatly complimented. Baughraan A Co. wired tho men who put Mr. J. L. Froiiman. of tho Globe, in the machinery to send an expert to Danville, is a hustler. Ho has been up By what tho repairs would cost. Ho hero twice this week on his wheel to see cime and ventthrough tho mill with the about advertising. Wo have gotten up a n Ijuster and they settlod between them. very novel and attractive one for him. A cupenter was called in to say what the damages in his line were and they Read it and profit theroby. Mifa May Adams' pretty faco adorned wt re also agreed upon. The total amount allowed for tho loss is $2,470 03. a window of Wednesday's train and hero enjoyed a conof her friends Ahout 20 couples attended the Phanversation with her. She was returning to Grays after a month's visit to hor sis- tom Tarty given at the lovely country homo of Dr. P. W.jLoRan, Tuesday eventer, Mrs. Lincoln, In Louisville. Mr. Sam M. Wiliiitk and handaomo ing, and all report a glorious tfme. Mies son, Douglass Marshall, of Louisville, Obappell, a little beauty from Kansas wero hero this week. Mr. Wilhlto tells City, assiBted;iMiB8es Lizzio and Mary ub that a llttlo daughter has recently Logan In receiving and the two latter u been added to his family and that she entertained in'a most charming manner. has been christened Aubroy Grainger Robed iu sheets and pillow cases and many of them masked, the guesta preWilhlto. of Harrodsburg, was sented a moat grotesque appearance. AfHon. T. 0. Bell, attending court this week. Ho ia a free ter an hour or bo these wqre removed, silver man, but a moat conservative one when thero wero many surprises and and and Bays ho is going to do his best at tho much morrlmont. bring the party dancing to music furnished by a good Louisville convention to to a harmonious issue on the currency orchestra wore onjoyed for some time and then an invitation to supper was exquestion. Mr. Thomas Miller Owsley has re- tended. It consisted of substantial deliturned from tho law school of the Cum- cacies and icesjpropared under tho direcberland University at Lebanon, Tenn., tion of Mrs. Logan, who is nu fait in such things aud tho'.feast was as beautibringing with him tho IndiBputablo tho faculty's bolief ful to the eye as it was delightful to the that he has mastered the intricaaies of palato and it was)discussed and enjoyed 1 tho law. There wero no honorB bestowed, with avidity. It waa o'clock and after of hiB IiIrIi before the guestalcould get their consent but Mr. Owsley on account standing in tho large class, was given half to leavo tho happy scene and then it was expressions of gratitude to an hour to Bpeak at thp graduating exor- with regret and tho rule is to allow but five tho young lndieajwho had contributed bo cises, when greatly to their happiness. ' minutes. u. t. Miss Minnik Kcplky lias returned 8ke our dinner ware. Danks, tho Jow- from a visit to friends in Boyle. eler. Mrb. A. U. Eastland and eon Clellnml. .. are visitliiK friends in Danville. FflUiTJars, Ac, at Hingins & McKin-ney'Miu. Mattib Curd G 11130s was on Tuesday's train hound for Louisvlllo. B. $1 spectacles at Danks', the Optician. ORE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, As you here see has Received a New Lot of fll-- ART CLOTHING IN AMERICA. i! ! ' THEWESTERNUWION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. INCORPORATED 21,000 OFFICES CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD. Thl Cwnpanr Til A NSM ITS and IKM VT. K"5 okkmbs only on condition llrnttlog jMbllltjr. which hare ted toby UiendorofUMfoUowiairDiMBai a n lio back to th Error cn I pjaplrd Jfiot 00I7 hf no-ll-rg ution7ortWnHnvm and the Company will nothold liable for trmA or deli, tn tranuntainn or dflitery of Unrepmtril Mumjm, the amount of toUi paid throa. nor in any com where th claim la not presented in wntini wlthia d with the Company for tranmlMion. ;ydaya alter the mowaefu This is an UNIIKTEATED SIKsSAOK. and w rtliTrpl by cf th tender under tte conditions named aboVe tnmti ttlf re-j- -- TMri( r crif cn-- r DnaiAM .m4 oamii mt. 1 n m Dated 'To Asr-4s- A h-- g yyJ e X. Qr Ay7JhA, vyl s y : 1 ' j V& ZZ, 0 T7tajO cmj ma .Ojttji T v&J$C V A luM j2v,Jk: pmcuaaL? C rA.jJL Ait f Vw, cCUuJq Jl "l l6A o I JL&iJL-vJL- ff ee 11 11 1 or any We will give you the best suit of clothes ever sold in thistexture "Workmanship and other sedtion of the country for $10. all we ask is for you to call on this lot of goods is unexcelled and as we or others have lot is as and see for yourself. This elegant good goods sold for a great ever deal lot of sold for more money. An for $7.50. Our stock of Summer Goods more we are offering some in has also been replenished and haveVests. elegant.bargains of Coats pants An elegant lot and Vests, Duck Pants and White money we as ever been sold for much more Furnishing are selling for $2.50. Straw Hats and Negligee Shirts,confident of Goods. Call and see saving you us before you buy as we feel goods. No trouble to show money. goods. Come early and get the choice Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. THE GLOBE STICTLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, J. L. Prohman & Co., Danville, Ky. to-day $10. $10. Money ! WEDDING : Fffi .AT. sov-er- al lore BSENT for all kinds of More money is what all shoe houses are asking H We have a large line of DANKS, THE JEWELER. Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, iTeto-a-tet- es as when leather was And they are being sold at the same prices cheap. Gents', Ladies', Children's Wagon Material, Rims, and Misses Shoes. Rasps, Nails, Hammers, New Oxfords Come and See Them. Just In. AT MEBTCJCJIiD PKICCE iyo &c, &c, vQ! SEVERANCE & SON. First Week in June. W. H. WEAKEN &' CO. y" nS" jfcnji MV .s V ' TWj" "rr wjB-Mnf-- -- r 'typc ii I - v " T' a "Jr S 'lm ?K5irt95- - i- -i L Friday One- - Sammy fcbo a beauty? Thins Settled." Ilcro's my now cart. Ain't OF A LOCAL NATURE. Mayor Betnls, of Omaha, Nebraska, to PnbllBhod Kvory Tuesday and AT S3 3?B3R YIOAJtiy ADVANOJD S2.60 will be charfced.Tee. VWhen not to paid K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tommy You musu't say tslio. A cart's it. Sammy 'Tain't. It's bIio. Tommy I'll loavo it to Dlclc. Dick (Inspecting It) 'Tain't cither one. It's he. It's a mall cart. Chicago Tribune. Train leave Stanford arriving at atjo p. m. and No, t South ......11. 48 a Presumptive Kvlrinuce. Miss Sharpglrl I have road that a fish diet has a very beneficial effect on L.&N. LOCAL Tl WE CARD. the brain. Do you think there la any No. 4, Train going North . . njipm thing in it? No,a6. " 3?jm " South J No. U. " iiotpm noCancsuckcr Xo, Miss Shnrpgirl, I'm , tspin No. a3, ' fish cater. Miss Sharpgirl Well, then, It scorns QUEEN & CRESCENT. as if there might bo something in it Train past Junction City at follows: after all. Tcxa3 Slftlngs. " 3 " ....i.is a in " $ ," .....11.35 am ...... 8.40 p m " 9 " Note. No. 5 and 6 and m No 3 4 fit 7115 a m. and 3 p. m. 9:05 p. in. North " 6 10 " " ...3 3! P m ...1.35 P rn ...3.13 a m ...6 00 m 9 and to run no fur ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday. hi pOYAL I.ove'e Itefraln. Dear, I loro you In tho morning When 1 sco you fresh and bright: Love you more nt sunny noontide Loto you most, my loro, at night, When your eyes are closed In slumber. Dreaming of the hnppy past, And your lips nro sealed with silence And your tongue Is tiod at last. -- N. Y. World. TOREK HAD HIS MTTLi: JOKE. i t f-- & f EH - The unanimous opinion of the Su- nromn finnrt. unholdlnz tllO action of IIOLDAM, JAMES the president in tho Chicago striko and Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of asserting the paramount authority of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the DeAbsolutely Pure.f the Federal Government in Buch an mocracy, November election, 189). emergency establishes a precedent that cream of tarter baking pow-cteiA W. S. BURCH, is not likely to bo Berlously questioned Highest of all in leavening court holds that "the Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public hereafter. Tho strength. 'Latest United States is one Schiols of Lincoln county, subject to the action Mr. Squlnter Why don't you look government of tho United States of tho Democratic party. Government Food Report. hiving jurisdiction over every foot of where you re polng? ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., Mr. Joker Why don't you go whero mil within its territory and acting di you're looking? Life. 10Q Wall Stroof, New York. rectly npon each citizen," and that while it ia a government of enumerated I'roof Positive. Do you powers it naa wituiu ine iimuo ui you know ever have the "hlues"? Do Northern Manufacturer It's monwhat they come from? Do strous, sir, to claim' that the negro is these powers all the attributes of sovyou waut to know how to drive them The following farmers have potted their lands not advancing. Why, sir, in your own ereignty." away? Listen: and hunters and trappers" u ill please tale notice. state they havo half a dozen weekly JOHN TUIIN BULL. In his last annual report tho direcThe "bliie"nre almply a mtural newspapers. a disorganized liver Your liver tor of the mint estimates that ainco Southerner IIow do you know? secretes bile instead of discharging It. gold A. G. Lankan John B. Cattleman. The tiilemust to filtered from that which Northern Manufacturer Why, I I 1792 the United States bus coined ia to make hlood. and If nopropcrly filadvertise my razors in them. N. Y. to the value of $1,012,000,000 and silver tered your blood becomes impure. Then you feel wretchedly, and" Den' t knew j Weekly. to tho amount of $070,000,000. lie also lareo'tfce." . estimates that there remains in the counA Story Without Whiskers. Now, in two or three weeks time, of GG1.000.000 He So you are certain you cannot try gold to the amount value of $021,000,000. t you can make yourself feci like n bo my wife? and silver to the new creature, until rosy cheeks, good She lam awfully sorry, but (brightA Florida barber recently stopped appetite, healthy bowels and souud ly) I will be a sister to work and refased to go on after, cutting sleep at night He Oh. that old chest-S-he Ask vour druggist for Itnmoii'8 off half the hair of a customer. The (interrupting) Not at all. I acmatter was tested by law and the barber Tonic Liver IMHh and &CASTLEMA.N cepted your brother last night. Brook 1'cllcts. sepawn BiiRtalned In court. The customer are two separate medicines, in These lyn Life. MANAGERS, asked for credit until the job had not rate boxes, but both together they cost Aa It Looks to 111m. only 25 cents. Commerce Building, Louisville bad proceeded thus far. "Evidently" 'brother-in-laanYou will then have n sute trcat-meAgents throughout the South'. Tho emperor of China surveyed tho , .Gov. Brown's which will not only cure your in the governnounces that the people treaty 6f peace thoughtfully. A. TBXSBLE, Local Afftnt, "It Is a case of heads they win taels I, or's home county of Henderson are biliousness but prevent constipation W. in the future by strengthening your lose." steadily aud solidly setting their faces digestive system. STANFORD, KY. Then he smiled, but It was not the against the governor's senatorial platAt all dealers, or mall, for 30c. O ll.OO. smile of dne who is joyously happy. form of 10 to 1 free coinage. DEOWN MFO. CO., New York. ?. Y. World. AWH5 The Centre College baBO ball team defeated the LoxlnRtoua on tholr own grounds 13 to G. Danville ban now ono of the finest Bteatn lanndryB In the State. Ilenry and Sam Lyons and JoTin Nichols are the proprietors. LewiB G. Gabbert, of Dearborn, Mo., won the first honor in the annual Juno gold medal oratorical contest between tho literary societies of Oontro Colleo. Three New Champion Hinders atart-e- d in Boyle last week in heavy barley and for light draft and easy handling of grain they beat tho world. V. L. Withers and R. I) Bruce, agents. Tho two McCraary candidates for lowor branch of tho Legislature in the Fayette county and Lexington, are said to have much the best of tho situation, and that Senator Blackburn Is much discouraged at tho outlook there. Tho fiscal court of Madison county has decided that C. W. Tudor, late county clerk, is short $1,245 75 in his accounts. Unless tho amount ia made good tho county attorney is instructed to proceed against Mr. Tudor's securities. A report from Biff Ilill says Louis Rector, a noted desperado, stole a horse at London, and was trying to niako his escape, when ofllcors overtook him and pressed him bo close that ho killed the horse, rolled it into a sink hole and then lied. He is hiding in the mountains. not nt all backward about recognizing merit when he sees it. lie recently said: "I am not afraid to say that I have given B. FEtTErr, Green Briar Springe DR. W. FOR SALE. to Persons desirirg a place of this kind will find It thlr advantage to call on or address, MRS. MARY K.HLAUOIiTEH, Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 this city the best administration it has over had." Miss Laura L. Dodgo, the indirect cause of the killing of Taulbee, of Kentucky, in Washington, is among tho unfortunate list of clerks who have lost their places in tho Pen sion Bureau. Olarksville, Mo., has very old negro who doesn't, know hip ge, but Bays he can remember when the natural bridge In Virginia was built. The Merchants' Stakett were won at Latonfa by Byron McOlollatid'B Ilenry of Navarre at odds of 25 to 1. A Housobold Troanuro. D.W. Fuller, olCanaJoharie.N. Y., says that he always kteys Dr. King's New Discovery In the not be without , If houst aud his family procurable, (i. A. Dykeman Druggist, Cattkill, N. V says that Dr. King's New Discovery is Dentist, t Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, Opposite W. S. Uurch. Atty at La THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains,nlght and day. I'atmns taken to any part of town Krce of Charge. day. Good the Post-Offic- e R. M. Ncwland, Deputy Sheriff. Burob. Livery Attached, ni A. II. 1IASTIN, l'rop. Knre cf Hotel Jjtoo per ITQwlflinci, Conoral Collectors, & 1TOTICE I Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We offer our lervlcs to the public to do a gen era! Collecting llmlnr. AtcouuU, notes, etc 11 dm collected in all parts ol the county. Having decided to move to my storehouse in Stanlnrd, Ky., I have a desirablo storehouse in the butincts portion o( Rowland which I will sell or rent at a reasonable price. For Information apply to, T. C. HALL, Dehorn "Your Cattle. I wilt go to any place where there are six or more cattle to .ehorn. I do the work with the Lightnlrg Dehoruer. Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. 1 he knife makes a clean, smooth cut, doss not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. Ills the only humane way to dehorn Does not punish the animal like the saw, aud the wound gelt well as quick again as that made by the saw. For furtnsr Information, call en O. A. I'KYTO.V, Stanford, Kr. See the Ltghtn'ng Pruning Hook. 101. undoubtedly the best Oiugn remedy; that he has used it in his family for eight ye.3S, and It lias failed lo do all that is claimed tec.try a rin.cdy io lone tried and for tl. Why listed. Tria not bottle Iree at A. R. Penny's Drue Store. Rogu lar sire joe. and $1.00. S. II. Clifford, New Catsel, J. B. HIGGINS, ..Dealer in,. Wis., was troubltd Kv. with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarm-fo- e degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in Itesh aud strength. Three bottles ot Nashville, Tenn., College for Toung ladies, Hlectric Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harriiburg. Ulin running sore on his leg of eight years' stand ing. Used three bottles of Ulectrie Hitters boxes of Uucklen's Arnica Salve and hd leg is sound and well' John Speaker, CatawLis Rov.;Gco. W. P. D. D., Prcs., O., had five large fever snres on his leg; doctors said he was incurable. One bottle ol Klectric Mrs. S. 0. Formerric Hitters and one box Uucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by A K. Penny, drugKy., of Pringist. Spoolmon Onsoa. All Hinds of Coal, Stanford, t am now ready to deliver Ice from the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory IOE E. I pounds and up ly Price, Trucheart, Lady Stanford, At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over and;$c a pound for to 100. Hills duo.utof each month. 10 11KKMF.R, Stanford. POWDER F. cipal. I Three llulldlngs; room far too boarders Faculty of 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturers. I'attonsge My Millinery Stook is fall and ompttte, from entire .outh Privileges III Vanderbilt UniCall versity. Mumc Conservatory Art Mudis. and eaamine and you will lie sure to buy a ne Fine Paisengrr Klevalors. Term begins Spring Hat. ept, , 185. bend for Catalogue MISS L1CCIE liKAZLKV, htanford, Ky Oym-naiiurn. si-j- ra TO THE I.ADIEB 1. w. s. btjuch:, Attorney at Law, - POSTED. The "Blues." Stanford, - Kentucky. THE XiABXES z OTics on Lancaster Strett, oppoilte the Court Houte. Collections receive especial attention. SS CORDIALLY INVITED A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, To csll snd examine my Spring Millinery, which I aut opening up. I pride myteW that it is well, selected and that It is bound to please. Having bought lor cash and being determined to sell for cash, I can sell at the lowest possible prices. An caamlnation will convince you. 6 MHS A. A. MeKINSKV. w. ROYAL OF LIVEItFOOL. uli-- Stanford, Ky. Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store la the Owsley t. jonm. j. T ; M MOB. .tarance BARBEE liallding JONES BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, prepntlors Dean's lllacW Dlaaond Roo PainU Kstlmates furnisned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Koofs. hatlsfaction Ouarantred. All roofs painted with Dean's IllacW Diamond Sole Company J. : T. STJTTOXT, UNDERTAKER, : Stanford, Ky. Ita-11101- Tonic HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o tbe people el West Lin cola and Caacy Counties, run stock of Co ran and Caskets always on hand. Paint guarantcsd for years Dealt rs In best Pumps and Galvanised Iron fillers. 6im cis-cr- n u. s. carpenter, aiansgvr. H. YEAOER. 93 w ut JAMKS GKO. U COOPKR. Yeager & Cooper, ......Proprietors of.. A. C. Sine, Successor to bo-se- a Ky. Midland R'yy Only Duect Lilc Between . A Jle-Fll- eil Saw. Li'cry and Fcqd Stable, STANKOKD, KY. Cincinnati and Frankfort t Shortest. and quickest between Fr&nkfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthlana, .Falmouth and Covington. 7s.s1c you somo more. Have a good tlmo while you're young, for when you'ro married you can't. N. Y. Weekly. Kngwreil. J Tetted Son Father, I hate to confess it, but tho fact is, my allowance Is all gone. Indulgent Father Well, 111 advance B. K. WJEAMEN 9 -- Havinr boujht of P. W. Green his Llverr bus iness aad added new buggies and horsts, wt are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S I will carry a general stock of Building Mate- rial Snd by stlllng On short notice. Tbe traveling public will fUd willing to furnish Drumus always J mers' Wagons, cither single or doublr, or Carriages of ail Vinds at very LOW PRICKS. The boys in and around town will also And us the peo- Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ple to deal with. Stop with us when in town at ever been offered here, t would call special atcourts and entertainments and your horse and vetention to hicle will be well cared for YBAGF.K & COOPKR. Sy Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. Dealer In- - TURNOUTS lor tickets via Kentucky Midland'. run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU June a, 8o5. Trains No. i. No. 3. No. 7. TKAINS EAST.. a. rn. p. tn p. m. 1 00 Zve Pranklort A 4 00 7 00 1 so ' Klkbom 41s ...711 " Stamping Oround 728 4 30 148 I Arr. ' C. S. Depot......... Paris..?...... C Georgetown..!!... 7 47 75s 8 30 4 47 4 59 35 15 j 301 4 00 8- Mr, nicks I can hardly afford to pay twenty dollars a month. Urldgct Broket So tho girl next door told me. Mrs. Hicks Did she? ncr mistress told her that. When can you conic? N. Y. World. An Kxcpptlonal Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STAXf FOIUD, KTST. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. ra 3TOK CASH OITXSr, WIRE and SLAT FENCE Mill work at'City Prices. in the market. Made ol Oak'Pickels, the cheapest and best fence SPRING AND SUMMER. TRAINS WEST. Lve Paris ....C C. S. Depot , No. a. N0.4. No. 10 No. a. in. p m. a. m., p. m. 9 45 B Case. .10 17 1040 " Stamp'g Ground 1058 " Elknorn it 16 Arr Frankfurt... A 1131 "Georgetown 6 to 6 41 7 4 40 pass?" "What makes you think the bill Will Somethingjto Beautify tho Ladies. New Han, flowers and laccsl We clve the assurance ta the trade that they wfl find In our establishment the t.Mne eacluslvcncss In style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the Icaitng novelties in Millinery lot nnitn v ate known throughout the country. trimmer for the seaI have secured a son. ThanVing'you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally M. D. DUDDfcRAR- besuwed. K.VTK DUDDURAR. Manager. first-cla- ss IRON AND STEEL,' .'ROOFING 645 703 a 555 .. 640 738 735 815 7 55 "I don't think it, I know it. Why, there are influences workiDp for that hill that you never heard of." Brooklyn Life. "Dally openintng. "And yet they say money talks." Asking tlio Iuiposslble. READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, $25. The New Home, style five, S2S. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted for five years. 1 have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are offered: Tho Myers House, P.V. GIIEKN. Proprietor. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave 'Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort 1130 a. m'. leave Frankfort 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown 4 jo p. m. Tiio Kentucky Midland Radwayand connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all Kor further information apply to their 'agents, RCAW Gen. Pass. Atrent. CD. GEO. HARPER., Ilec'r& Gen.Su; Frankfort, Ky. .V Stanford, I am still running Skill -- : : : n Kentucky. " .. - Servant There's no coal, and tho fires are froini? out. Mistress Dear mcl Why didn't you tell mo before? Servant I couldn't tell you there wns no coal, mum, when there was coal. N. Y. Weekly. Hho Follow TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New, this Hotel aad continue to give my guests the politrst atttn aswsll as the best the market auwrdi. Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. NORFOLK AND Fashion. ESTERfti RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO Mrs. Porker Our friend Mrs. Lake& Mason & Hamlin, side is a very devoted follower of fash- Chickering, Hazelton, Bush Chicago Cottage, Kingsbury, Gerts, Colby & Co., ion. Kimball, Prince Mrs. Feathers Yes, I notice sho is Summer, Kimball, Hinze, I always a season behind. Harper's Ba- & Son. And zar. Sold on Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders. I I FXA1TOS: . i OitaA.2TS: Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Others. Miii, THE RIXEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. FRANK RIL.KY, F. B. BILBY. Proprietor, Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Note 'superioi workuanship aud low prices. London. sired. 77 Ho Una u. Specialist. ice-col- OHIO; IHDIAHA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KAHSAS, MEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, Dr. Emtlee You must take an d bath every morning. Van Pelt Curious remedy for frrip. Dr. Etndce It will glvo pneumonia, and I made my whole reputation curing that. Town Topics. u 1 ev- Pianos and Orcans Tuned ana Kepalrd by one ol the most competent work n.u, All work warranted. er knew, who serveo n.anv ycr iu Sewing Machines repaired ana watraniea. i.kwijiiui.iiii I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached, and every convenient Address, P. H. IDOL. Stanford, Ky. SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at Give mea call. if 1891 Reliable Process 1895 Alffie Ethel, think? Hopeful. What are your chances with TEXAS, SS WEST, MORTfl-WEST, Y. World. 51 Chappie Sho said she would bo tempted to marry mo if anything should 4 happen to her dog, and ho sneezed twico whllo I was there Jast night. N. Greatly improved for Convincing I'roof. Deals- - What makes you Dilson Is an honest man? fmei hundred as 10 aa 11 30 per nunarcu. Perfectly clear cllow poplai weather boarding at Ky., Si. Co per hundred. As tow as ft 30 per hundred. Allpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow Has more nice Furniture than was ever in 1 poplar, chestnut and ash, aa low as fji.ss P" More pretty Buggies, Surreys 'and unarcd. Double dressed lumber as low as a per hundred, lleautllut vellow pino finishing lumber, Phaetons..Moie good Cultivators, Plows quarter oak, Ac. Save money by givmc us you. li?ndT,T wino ""V' ,,'id,ci' Wh'P nl mow than waa ever seen hire. He oruers. the public to call and see his stock and get T E LANCASTER PLANING MILL Lsn:aste J). S. CARPENTER, Hu8tonvlllo, es yj-C- M. S, BAfaiiMSN. and THE HEALING WATKRS" STILL FLO'. FROM OLD J. V. lUUGHMAN ". worthyjof consideration. think that M.S.&J.W.Baughman, FKOrRIETOH S0BTH-WE- FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANTTICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE CARS NORTH AND EAST. tU.trIAN VESTIBUtED COACHES, AND DINING SLEEPING SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE .Steels I noticed that both his tailor anil his florist actually haw to hlra. N. Y. World. Dangerous Tulnjf. They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery more than a century ago, these famous Springs have civen nealth ami pleasure to a mighty army of Invalids and Tourists from all parts ol the world. The Spnujjs arc "VERY, FEED & SAtEJ STABL.E, - Kentucky. Stanford, HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harneas Jtrl dies, Saddle.. Ac Have your dn k. our man he understands butfne." g We mechanic in our Don't you think you could learn to Jove me a little? ShtJ n dangerous Now Open ior Reception of Guests. Boating, Livery, An Excellent Cuisine, And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. lie Perhaps; but a little learning thing, you know. Statesman. The Reason He Had. You havr.-n'- t a single Is rs siORFOLKWESTCRN RAILRQAI CHEAPEST, BEST Yon-kc- and QUICKEST Tlme-Tobl- 'LINC. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. Fishing, Outdoor Games, Good Muic, New Bowling, Billiards, Dancing. Driving, 1k TERMS MODERATE. Board and Rooms, IS to S15 per week. Kates to Families aad Societies. For further informttion apply t a Writo for lutes, alftpe. atnphlets, to any Station Agent, or to DcscrlpUl One Special w, tu'IIWrrlft. BOiSUK.TA. W. B. BCVILl. ALLCN MULL, Blf. I" Yttmftr Aft M, F. BRAOO, TratlU aw. why you won't join our club. if Tother Perhaps not, but I havo a Mk.tnt.1U married reaoon. Detroit Free Press. reason HIGGINS & McKINNEY, imrffPtaitfit'iijii-'m -- BLACKSMITH SHOP. Urst-clasr Will guarantee work and! saiuiaetory GU3 HOFMANN. Proo!. Crab Orchard, Ky pricea. Try our horie ahoer. AiwL SBMfsjUabUssa rill? l 7.t.yT