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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895062101 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. I! vol. xxiii. A I Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 21.' 1895. L NO. 33 ' u Tho number of applicants for teach ers' certificates was smaller than usual musical yonng men. tbi vear. Muny Lancaster friends extend their I am representing the North-westerMutual Life Insurance Co. in tenacity with which tho human mind Mifcu Lula McClelland lias returned congratulations to W. P. Walton, the the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinholds its earliest religious iinprepsions. to Knoxvillo after a pleasant visit to tho I. J., upon his marriage and ing counties. 1'nder normal conditions this characterInterest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inMisfl AIlo Weber. shower best wisheB upon tho fair bride. formation and advnnta-Keou- s istic ofthe mind would provo application, apply to Tbe lawn fete which wae given by Mies Mary Harvey Woolridge, of in facilitating thu rapid and sure tl bHnd Thursday evening realizud a Denver, Col., entertained her vouiiir 53. as triumph of tho gospel, but depraved uico um' The muaic was excellent, j friends at tho homo of hcrgrand-parent- s by nature, tho vie human nature is, and KhlerJoB. Hallou preached nn ex- - Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Reid, on Thursday tim of tlin dominion of moral evil that CeUe'Usormon heru Sunday morniug evening, June 20th. which was intended for good ban been Ho will preach u discourse on "Holi" Rev. George O. Barnes delivers his perrertcd to evil. All nation and tribes' JurluK "' Dxt visit series of lectures, "Tho Lost Tribei." gods mated in his lesurrectiou, appear too have their gods. Truly "there be Ihe Hardstown man who wroto up next week, beginning Monday evening, many and lords weary." Kach human narrow ami exclusive as a foundation for tho Times of Wednesday an account Juno 21. An admission will be charged eoul is born under certain religious en- upon which to organiza tho visible of tho Koes haunted house near Brod- - for each of the three lectures. vironments. This environment bpcomts church of God? The tobacco crop in this section is What Is broader than divinity, who ill'- - ,,eui, U)ia C0U"tVi is a good romancer, tho necessary force that directs uud con The atone crusher that has been Idlo somewhat injured by tho long continued eth all thing? And who is stronger trols the religious life. for tho past two yenrs at Maretaburg drouth. Hut should a copious supply of Whatever is sown shall bo reaped than Jesus, to whom is committed nil Quarry is being moved to Pino Hill wa- rain fall soon, the crop will be much imwhether it bo truth or falsehood. What power and authority In heaven and on earth? All the fullness of the Godhead ter tank on the Jones farm, where n finu proved throughout Garrard nnd produce each character is, is tho product of an has been located nnd will bo a good yield. antecedent cause. What then Is true re- dwells in tho Son of God. His divino juarry Mis3 Lily Dale Grant was stormed with personality can not be compressed into opened for business in tho next ten ligion? It is a life iu harmony days. Monday evening by the members of the man's relations to God. Hut ns God is one uatiounlity. Though a child of Abra Tho name of Mr. James T. White Junior Social Club. The party came in one and mau's relations to God nro one ham he is tho son of Adam aa well. In his veins courses the blood of all nation- wbh unintentionally omitted from the the form of nn ovation to Miss Grant afas a logical necessity, there can bo but list of those who went to Stanford last ter her return from a visit to Danville one true religion. Hence God so loved alities. Truly ho is tho son of man, the only son brother of every man and in whom nil week. .Mr. White is alwavs ready to ns- - relatives. Serenade by part of the Lanthe race of man as to give his Blbl in nnJ enterprise that will advance caster band. to die for tho sins of nil, that whosoever human wants for this life nnd the life to tho welfare of our people nnd much of Dr. Bos!ey, of Lebanon, wns Id our Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. believes in him might be saved. For re- come mny ba forever supplied. If tho unity of God involves tho brotherhood the piesent progress of Mt. Vernon is midst the first of the week with a pros demption nnd the salvation of the soul, due to bim. pect of locating to practice his chosen there is only "one Lord and Savior, tho of man, then does tho unity of the Monday's convention'. wns harmoni- profession, that ol medicine. Should One Gallon of- work of Christ involve one people Christ, the Son of God." All accept Jesus ns the Son of brotherhood of nil tho children of God. ous aud delegates wero sent to Louis- young Dr. Bosley decide to cast his lot who truly ville instructed to vote for Hucknor first. among our people, wo will extend him God, trusting in his atoning death for Kvery attempt to broaden this divino by tho addition of formula- - It is plain to be seen though that in caso a kindly welcome. tho pardon of eln and eternal salvation, foundation A wedding is reported to occur this have essentially the same ami tho only ted statement, whether true or false.but Buckuer refuses a nomination, tho delegation will go to Hardin, tho week in the upper end of the county nt detracta from the glory of tho OhrlHt by Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you true religion. For "other foundation can no man Iny than that is laid, which exalting speculative dogmas to an eijunl-it- y man who bin always stood by the niouti-tain- Cartersville. Both contracting parties When fcivakers were badlv need- - aro from Garrard. As the license has with himself Hnd his redemptive is Jeens Christ." Nor can Christ "be ditH' uo ono uut Hardin answered the call, not been obtained at this writing we will vided." In Jesus Christ, nil fullness of work. Let Jesus alone, remains the only the Godhood dwells. In him involved foundation of the church, and tho con- - "e rodo hundreds of miles through the not divulge names until wo learn the feertlon of true faith in him with all t!ie rnountaina ou n mule nnd worked like marriage is nctrlaiiity. It is all saving truth, and from him is excludThe trial of young Pollard for and the founda- heart, entitle each penitent coufeasor, to n Trojan for bia party. ed, ns tho object of faith upon Dick Moore came up this, tion of the church, nil other truths. the holy ordinance of baptism ordained HUBBLE. week in court. Tho lawyers employed have no essential relation to by Jesus Christ ns a pledge nnd HHfiiir- Truths that Any Shade you like. Sallio Mubanks is visiting in Pulaski in the case aro Letcher Owsley and Lewtho salvation of the soul, do not sustain nnce of pardon and of the holy spirit. is Walker for Pollard aud Win. McClel-lan- d In the history of tho church of God, count v ns nny essential relation to Jeetis Christ Johnston, prosecuting attorney, in It L. Hubble eold a pair of work tho foundation of faith nnd of thechurch. the very means, the wisdom of men hsa defense of Moore. nlone 1b the foundation of employed by which to preserve the pur - mules this week for J200. Christ himself Mies Kate Kinuaird gave a dining J. J. Walker sold ono of his work thechurch. "On this rook I will build Ity ol the church, Iihvo become tho my church." Hut do not, llie leading means of dividing and corrupting the mules to FergiiEon, of Garrard, for J150. Wednesday to a number of her young L. G. Hubble sold two mule coltB lady friends namely: Mies Grace protestant denominations in Kiulaml church. These divisions of tho children her niece, Misses Dove Harris, accept Jesus of God are visible exemplifications of the to Robinson & Nave, of Hoyle, for 10 and the United Slates Lida Anderson, Kate Burdette, Fioronce Son of God and trust in domination of carnality, that they are per head. Christ as the .Dealer in. C. L. Carter shipped a load of lambs Anderson, Annie Royston, Carrie Cur-rehim alone, for pardon and eternal lift? "walking as men" of this world and not Fannie Collier, Nell Marrs, Maria They certainly do. As to their faith Iu ns tho spiritual citizens of the kingdom and hogs of his own raising to CincinCook and Kato Craig, of Louisiana. nati Wednesday. Jesus Christ us tho Son of God, there is of God. A denominational Christianity is a dlt- Lancaster can boast of having been Mrs. Sam Hicklo and son, of not tho shndow of dltlerenco. Thtlr tho homo for a number of years of three nre one. Tho divino card in the circumcised ear aud a hinare spending a few days with rol faith, hope aud love physicians, who have made rapid strides cause that is essential to tho production drance to ttio successful movements of atives nnd friends. Mr. W. M. Moberly Bnd wife spent in their profession and nre winning for of one Christian, is equally essential to the soldiers of the cross iu tho fulfilltho production of every other Christian. ment of their mission in conquering the a short time here last week on their way themselves in their new homes not on Hut Jesus has said, "without me ye can world for Christ. A Christian whose homo from her father's. Mr. Joe Swopp. ly names, but fortunes. Dr. Lewis S. Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited from sur- Tho barley harvest is about over nnd McMurtry, whoso extraordinary skill in do nothing" aud an apostle has Baid, "1 spiritural nature in its aspirations is limrounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. can do all things through Christ, who ited by Biiy denominational boundary tho crop is good. Tho wheat crop is surgery, has long ago been recognized strengthens me." All persons then be- may bo quite loyal to sectarianism, but very sorry in many respects in this com- throughout this portion of Kentucky, Dr. Arthur Johnstou, of Cincinnati, who come true Christian by faith in and nnh is utterly disloynl to Jesus Christ. Hut munity. for healing of .the sick and other difficult to enable us to understand and properly The clover crop is good, but other mission to Jesus Christ. Then it follows that all truo Christians aro included appreciate the value of tho undenomina- meadows very light nud filthy. The operations, has often been heard from; within tho spiritual body, tho true tional religion of Jesus Christ, wo may good rain Friday gave tobacco men and and Dr. F. 0. Young, of Lexington, who Andplace by its side and iu contradistinction all plant men a splendid Beason, which left Lancaster aome years ago nnd locachurch of Jesus Christ. In tho beginted in the city, Lexington, where he has ning ol tho gospel this unity of the spir- to it. tho very best forms of a denomina- wns ueeded. tional religion. What then are tho facWe have succeeded In getting the built up a growing practice with the itual body of Christ found an externa! organization of tors of n denominational religion? They time of our mail lino ou this road chang- very first practitioners of the city. Garexpression in n visible believers in Christ, but oven then, under nre Christ and his redemptive work plues ed so as to get our I. Js. and other Stan- rard county proudly claims that here is - The e of Dra. McMurtry and the eye of inspired men there were false bu uninspired and errant human creed, ford mail ou Tuesday and Friday morn- tho JohiiBton. Wo only hope thnt in tho professors, "crept in unawares" in order the product of human wisdom. Hut it ings via Lancaster. J. H. Robinson and his lovely younu coming years old Garrard can atill claim to corrupt tha church, so that at no time is tho human creed factor alone, that imdid tl e external organization of the parts to it, its denominational character. wife are spending a few daya with his such na her children. You are invifed to call and see them. Mrs. Bagby and daughter, of Co coincide exactly with the boun- The essential factors of any given de- parents here. Jimmy has always been chau-nomination nre such ns diifereutiato that n fine young man and we are glad to ington, are guests of her brother, Dr. W. daries of tho spiritual body of Christ. Nevertheless the holy spirit directed denomination from nil othera. We are know that he baa such a pleasant com- S. O'Neal, and family. Mis. Elizabeth Smith and grandson, Herbert Hardin, the apostles to deliver such instruction now dealing with tho talionalo ol nny panion for life. S THE HEKD OF to the churches from time to time as g ven denomination. Thnt which ull de Free turnpikes nro a thine of tho loft Thurday to visit Mrs. John Rosr, of Louisville. Mrs. Mary Allen Wesiger to "contend earnestly nominations hold in common is unde- gone-bmight enablo them iu this community and freo silfor the faith," and lit tho s.imo time to nominational, such truths n9 the divini- ver is now hunting a quiet resting place, and Mi63 Eliza I.nsk are visitors of Mia, preserve "tho unity of the spirit in the ty of Christ, his death for sins, his res- whero It may spend tho remainder of its Gcorgo White, of Madison. Rev. Jol n R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, bond ol peace," nnd in this wny, "the urrection from tho dead, tho futuro life, eliys freo from opposition; and many are Rothwell, wife and daughter, of Boono- Ac. These and other truths hold in com- willing to admit that nothing which is viiiu, mu,, nru guesia oi Mr. ftam u. noin Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. man of God wns to be fully equipped for -- SSfSiiwVftS'ww'i well and family. Mr. L. C. Bosley, of every good work." This purpose of God, mon by nil Christiana, do not onter into free is nuv ennd, except tho wind. Pisi (or sale from the best typet of Registers oiuuiorti, nnu ur. iiosioy, ot Lebanon, that the visible unity of tho spirit might tho basis of any given denominator are atureT of were entertained while hero by their StocV. Ilreedori secured .rom trip best herds to several different States. Corrcspondeoce Solicited maintained in all time to come, found no part of tho rationale of their existbe expression in tho memorablo prayer of ence. Ech denominatun, as such, hna A Knox county boy wns drowned friend, W. I. Williams. Messrs. Frank Marksbury and Horace Herndon nro exour Lord In tho upper room on tho night for its foundation such articles of while trying to rescue his mule. by it nnd by from Oxford, 0., of his betrnya'. "That they nil may bo faith as nro hold Ambrose Collins, ono of tho wealth- pected homo which diileren-tiate- s iest farmers of Jessamine county, is where they havo been the paat yoar at one; ns thou Father nrt In mo nud I in none other. That College. Tho Misses Busbys, of Oyn one denomination from oth- dead. thee, that they nlso may bo one iu us HUSTON YILL22, KV. thiana, nro guests o( their cousin, Mies they may bo made perfect In one." era is only rational foundation upon that In Letcher county, Wesley Collins I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolu"Neither pray I for these nlone, but for which it has been organized. Should de- - is on trial for wife murder. Jealousy Eugenia Bush. Mrs. Hattie Woolridgo and daughter, Miss Mnry Harvey, of tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem im them nlso, who hhnll believo on mo nuuuinu tiiur inner mo CllUrcll JIK0 n inspired the crime. nil may be Hood, tho battles of truth nnd right aro through their word, that they French Jackson, of Winchester,aged Ddnver, Col., havo arrived and aro visi- possible to a great man' people but I will pay any one's toll coming tho world may believe that thou to bo fought upon the divino foundation 12, took an overdose of paregoric for tors of Mr. aud Mrs. Tom Reid. Mieses to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these one, that hast sent me." Moreover nil divisions of the church, upon which it wns build-e- d toothache and died from the eii'ects of it. Carrie Currey and Fanuie Collier have goods will arrive in the next few days. by inspired apostles and not by withamong tho children of God are treated At Kensee, in Whitley county, Mil- returned from a visit to Mrs. F. D. 1 by inspired apostles aa workH of tho ileah, drawing from tho church and organizing lard Markhem ran a knife through tho Gaines, of Danville. Mrs. Margaret A good black slicker $1.2$, very fine rubber coat 51.50 worth S3. of carnality nnd contrary to upon soino new ploa, having no relation templo of John Vickers, a tho fruita miner, the Dunn aud grand daughtor, Miss MargarMens sandals worth 75c ot Mason, left Thurday for a protracted Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. tho holy spirit of God. "Now this I say, to tho divinity of tho Son of God. rvound quickly resulting in death. Boy's knee pant suits for (Concluded in next issue.) visit to relatives in Henderson. Mr. for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. (1 Cor. 1.1'i) that everyone of you salth, Tho Middleaboro Belt railroad will Homer Baughman, of Danville, was a 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens am of Paul aud I of Apollaa and I of I "Tiik Ibkbpkkssiiilb Jjaxuy." Sen be Bold at public Buction by order of the visitor in our and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to Cephua and I of Ohriot. Is Christ dicity Wednesday. on Friday. This railroad 10 cents in stamps for a handsome copy Federnl court Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor vided? was l'aul crucilied for you, or is 2S miles long and was built by an EnA Correction. baptized in tho name of Paul?" of tho volumo "Suap ShotB," by the ir- glish syndicate severni;yenrs ago, during wero you made for $1 2. 50 to Si 5. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods repressible Saxby, to W. 0. Rineareon, TIjo statement in the I.ntkriok JourChrist Is not divided, his disciples If are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Tho gen'l pass'r agent, Queen nnd Orescent tho boom, nt a great expense. nal of two weeks ago concerning C. H. may not bo. If Paul was not crucified mortgages on tho property in this State Route, Cincinnati, 0. Send at once. Holmes and myself deciding which of us for you, you may not divido nnd build amount to $451,000, aud thoso iu Tonnes-se- e Only a limited edition. should withdraw from the candidacy for Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know nor Peter. partiea ou him to 53.O0O. tho nomination for superintendent was that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them UAH' Fa KB TO CilATTANOOOA. Tho The fact that Christ was crucified for Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unincorrect. Lack of timo on mv nar. lower than the lowest. MATRIMOmALJMVTTEnS. his disciples, must bind e ich disciplo in Queon & Crescent Route will sell tickets has causod delay in correcting tho mis- til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have eternal loyalty to Christ nnd this loyalty from nil points on its lino, Juno 23th to George W. Stearns nnd Miss Annie I have a line of in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. to Christ must forever debar tho found- 127th, to Chattanooga nnu return, at half Mason, daughter of W. J. Mason, who take It has put Mr. Holmes in a false party upon any oth- rates, with liberal limits and conditions. lives on Mr. K. P. Woods' farm, wero light. The 13 men were mutually check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for ing of any religious AbIc ticket agents for particulars. agreed upon by us, and I thank him for half price. er truth than tho Lordship of the Son of married yesterday. Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo practically withdrawing in my favor. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They Matthew, Mark, Luke and John God. Mr. Speed Hibler, of Paris, and Mies The bet stive in the world for cuts, bru.'ies W. S. Uurch. are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. were tho four living witnesses to the sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- Letha Cook, of Richmond, eloped to Mt. and all skio eruptions, Nazareth and Jesus ped hinds, chilblains, carni no pay repuired. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, forSi.15 Lordship ol Jesus of It positively cure piles, or A New York policeman bad his leg It is Vernon and were married. Miss Cook nBsert with all poesiblo guaranteed to jtve pertect satisfaction or money has visited here and has numerous badly bitten by a sequel Buy and sell for Cash." and bia apostles drunken woman be worth S3. refunded. Pnca accents per box. For sale bv that "other foundation no A. R. Fenny, Stanford, Ky. emphoBifl, JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. was trying to arrest. friends in this section. One of the moat obstinate obstruction intlin mtennniiiimiit nt tint vnKM ifl the "For other foundation can no man lay than tnatm laid, which is Jesus Christ.'' in., iI.JO. VUI. to. 1 Sermon by Eld. W. nt.. 111..1.1 JB lUIUl Williams. .11..1. i. IIIVIUUII. ..' T11. .. ; i mnn can lay," nnd forbid tlio addition ol r trntli.q ns -n linclo fnr i),,w.i,.,.l, mu uiuiui " ol God. That th. gospel of the Son oil uotl is revealed as thn onu religion for one race of man is indolibly written "P0 OVtTV VB)!ti Of tllO Ililllu. From tllU 'Irat prmnieu of redemption in tho Ullr- -I uon oi ivien to tlju close of revolution?, Jesus is declared to bo thu Alpha nnd Omega, the beglnniuc and tho end. the first and tho last," that Ho will not ac-- j eept nny addition or subtraction from triia divino truth nan basis upon which to organize tho visible church of God.! Doea the Godhood of Jesus, with his re "demptive work on tho cro?sandconsum- BDV ntlii-- MT- - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARO COUNTY. -- !" hying Dutenman if hero in nil io ",aK'rj. Some of Lancaster's fair ones were given a treat Wednesday evening in tie form of a serenade from Boveral of cur Money, Money, Money I TO HiOA-IsT- . n ed-itor- j JOgSr 3ZRB'g', Insuaranoe Agant. WITHERS & HOCKER, j -- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ONLY: $1,40', PER: GALLON. i Kocl-caat- lo a. I ! as-siu- it Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ! Kin-nair- f w hlcR OBERTS, ijl! v, Ten-nepse- e, beto8, faints9 ANCHOR BEST : -- fme;bcmifticBo '9 STOVES, 1 Anehor Steel- Ranges, THE COU1MTRV. HLUE-GKAS- birth-plac- h FARRIS & HARDIN y Duroc Jersey Red Swine aT6cln to-d- ay fSS JAMESS FIB WmmiBmm&W - clothhsto- - oThc Semi-Week- ly c; if Mary Mays has foaled a sister to tho dead Ralph Wilkes, 2:00. It is reported that Riley Grannon Stanford, Ky., - June 21, 1985 aro now stopping at R, T. Pierco's. :Mrs. Sallio Virgil, of Lewiston. 111., won $ 70,000 on Lnzzuono when he won together with her friends and relatives the Brooklyn Suburban. VV. P. WALTON. The Richmond Fair will offer a $200 of this and Lincoln countv. held on the 18th inst. a picnic at the spot on Long saddle stako for stallions any age, and Branch, where onco stood tho residence $100 for mares and geldings. The editor of this paper, Mr. W. P. Fon Salk. Ono registered Jersey of her father, Reuben Staton. Though DURING JUNE- "Walton, and Miss Mattie Owsley, the aro no remains of tho old family heifer, two yearn old ami heavy with there handaome dauehter of lion. J. 8. Ows residence standing and all around has calf. J. M. Hubbard, Stanford. ley, Sr., were married at the bride's Ross Wauen bought for M. Goldgrown up in briers and looks drear, yet home at 10:30 A. m. Tuesday by Rev. A. thero were facinations about tho epot smith in Anderson county $20,000 worth V. Sizsmore. The wedding was a very which called her back onco more. We of export cattle at about 5 centB a pound. qniet affair and only the members of the Thero will bo no saddle stakes at the all have that weakness. No matter family were present. After tho ceremowhere we may wander some tiiuo in our Danville fair this year but the Advocate WITH US. ny Mr. and Mrs. Walton drove to Junclife, we can not resist the temptation to says tho premiums for saddlers as woll tion City and took the train for an exhaunt tho spot where our infant feet as roadsters will bo very liberal. tended tour through tho North and East. At Burgette, Miss., a negro tied his Money losing nnd unloading of some goods the order of the day Wheat bran sowed broadcast in The bride was attired in a handsome wife and chopped her head from her have trod. untimely death of Jesse Royal quantities from 1,200 to 2,000 pounds per during this June Smash-UThe Clearance Sale. Our Great Summer gray traveling Buit and never looked body with an ax, and afterward decapity was a shock to the wholo community. acre, is said to be ihe best fertilizer for Merchandise Movement is well under way. Its volume is enormous, prettier. She is a most lovable young tated his child. Ho was 3S years old, had many friends, wheat known. It Bhould be sown threo lady, highly accomplished, thoroughly John S Johnson has been awarded was a man of fine business qualities and weeks before tho wheat. even for us. It is this rapid retailing which often enables us to make educated, amiable and attractive and the professional bicycle championship of Floyd Tevis and J. B. Haggin, two prices about half what you expect to pay. We particularly invite inhis loss will bo severely felt in this secwill prove a devoted helpmeet to the tho world. Zimmerman having failed to correspondent was absent at of the mauy natives of Kentucky who spection of our ladies' and gents' underwear, .joe for a Balbriggan tion. Your fortuoato man who has won hor. Of the como to time to bind the proposed match. the time, but has learned the following navo prospered in tho West, have shirt and a pair of groom we could hardly be able to say bleach jeans drawee, worth 75c, for men. A Boston philanthropist has purparticulars of his death: LaBt Friday bought land in Kern county, Cal., for too much in praise, but for reasons that chased 5,000 acres of land on which he Ladies' Swiss ribbed vests 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c. givo $1,000,000 and evening he was attending to business at which they aro to are apparent, we forbear. For tho past will erect 500 cottages for consumption, e as usual. At 10,000 acres of swamp land. Shirt waists, Percales our stock was never so attractive and has the store and 20 years he has lived in Stanford and we who will be furnished easy employment. Byron McClelland is reported as of- been the talk of preaching at the night ho attended the town. prefer giving our readers the pleasure of The jury in the fourth trial of the Christian church, after which he return- fering to match Henry of Navarro White Dress Goods we show a complete assorrmeift. judging as to what manner of man he case of Laidlaw, who was made a shield ed to Whipp's store and bought a against any horso in tho world for any is. When Mr. and Mrs. Walton tire by Russell Sage when Norcrosa exploded India Linen 5c, from $5,000 to $25,000, 10c and 20c. 7J4ci small bill of goods from Mr. Spark, the sum of money of traveling they will return to Stanford a bomb in Mr. Sage's office, returned a Lawns and Challies drummer. He was last seen by Mr tho race to bo any distance, from a mile We have received another line of and occupy rooms at the St. Asaph Ho- verdict against the millionaire for $40- .John F. McBeath about 10 o'clock. Noth- and a furlong to two miles, with weight 030. tel. ing more was seen of him until about for age, foreign horsea to ha allowed fivo Will Chandler, colored, was lynched 5:30 A. m. on Saturday, when Mr. Whipp pounds. NEWSY NOTES. at Abbeville, Miss., for an attempted on going to his store found him lying ap FarriB & Whitley sold to Anderson -O'-ftl-UP i? The returns of Monday's county con. assault on Miss Johns, the dauehter of parently in calm repose on his side with t&Spilman about 0.000 bushels of grow"x"v Mr. Hardin leads in a prominent citizen. The negro was ventlons show that his arm under his head on the lloor of ing wheat at 75 conta. D. O. Terhuno the race for governor with 2S9 instruct- hanged to a telegraph pole and then rid- the porch in tho rear of the store-roohas recently bought 20 mules, strictly ed, votes. Mr. Clay has 209. Gen. Buck-nWhich will be put in the Smash-Udled with bullets. Sale at prices that will surprise Mr. Whipp endeavored to arouse him, first class sugar mulo colts, 19 of them Alford 2. Mr. Tho court of appeals has extended 5 and Lteut.-Qo- v. Alyou. When pou sec the goods you will wonder how they can be but finding that he showed no signs of mares, at an averago ot $32.25. Jim Hardin may hope to receive about 375 till the third Monday in September the life, physicians wore summoned and it len sold privately to Briscoe A McRob- manufactured at the price. votes on the first ballot and Mr. Clay time for filing a petition for rehearing in was found that the vital spark had lied. erta a small bunch of yearlinga, COO Five dozen Derby hats, black, grey and brown, nice style, not a about 300. For Secretary of State, Hale the hank tax cases. In consequence the As no average at about 3 cents. was pounds examination has 103 instructed votes, Headley 152, State will he that much longer deprived made it could not bo determined the ex- Young, of Adair, Bold some calves at 2 one worth less than $1.50, will go in this sale at 50c. Johnson 23, Metcalf 72. For auditor, of the additional revenue from this act cause of his death. He had suffered cents. Advocate. Norman, who baa no opposition, has source. Warren Russel left Wednesday on for some time with a severo stomach President Cleveland has declined an 284. For treasurer, Gardner has 8S, McRoberta n few his summer trotting campaign. His first trouble and told Dr. Herndon 73, Ford 87, Kendall 24. At- honorary degree of L. L. D., conferred by days before that he believed that his start will be made at Bloomington, III, torney general, Uendrick has 232 Wilberforce University, an Ohio school stomach wonld kill him. It is probable Mr. Russel does not expect to get home. votes. For superintendent of public in for negroes. In his letter the president that n sudden heart failure connected until September, unless lie strikes a explained that he had declined a similar has 231 Thompson etruction, with bis disease was the immediate cause streak of bad luck. The star of his sta74 G 13, Fowler S. honor from one of tho greatest universiHodges 20, Taylor ot his death. Many sorrowing friends ble will be the black stallion Conner, For commissioner of agriculture, Nail ties in the country. and relatives attended his burial on Sun- which will be out as a pacer this year. An election to decide whether or not has 211, Wilson 37, Trumbo 30, Boone ner, day morning. His remains was first His string will be made up of six A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, 14. For register land office, Swango has the local option law should be repealed, taken to the Christian church, where fuCling, Springllght, Gangway, 43, was won by the "dry" element at Mt. 92, Glenn 87, Brinkley 30, Harrison T. D. RANEY, Manager. neral eervices were conducted by Elder Trix, and Daytime, all trotter except McCoy 60. For railroad commissioner Olivet. The women marched the streets body Conner. Advocate. J. Q. Montgomery, after which his Branch Stores. for this district Mr. Alexander leads and and sang and prayed and the day was was taken to the cemetery where the last CRAB ORCHARD. he will probably be nominated on the practically won by them. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, performed. Henry J. Aldricb, president of the sad rites were first ballot. The democracy of Casey county met Mr. Nathan Elliott, of Lancaster, is Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. TV. H. Cardwell killed Ditto Jones Colorado Securities Company, has fled e in mass convention at the a guest of Mr. ami Mrs. D. B. Edmiston. at Aberdeen, this State, over a chicken. to Australia to escape indictment for in Liberty on Monday, June 17th, and Mr. W. E. Perkins bought 100 bushTitles to thousands An Eastern syndicate has purchased misappropriation. organized by electing W. M. Myers, els of wheat from J. F. Pettus at I'reaeh-ersvil- le a Wisconsin town and will run it on the of acres aro clouded, and investors will chairman, and G. A. Prowitt, secretary. .OUR. at 75c. lose between $400,000 and $500,000. Pullman plan. The committee on resolutions reported as Mr. Ritchey, a graduato of Moosy A niece of the multi millionaires?, follows: Creek, Tenn., College, has been employLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. cirHetty Green, is ill and in destitute the ed to teach tho public school oi this Resolved 1. We congratulate Mr. W. D. Tanner, of Manchester, cumstances in Texas. country on the wise and patriotic efforts place, he comes very highly recommend Brigands in Arizona robbed a min- was in London Tuesday. made by President Grover Cleveland in ed from his home in Tazewell, Tenn. ing paymaster of 10,000 after trilling the Out of C9 applicants for teachers certhe administration of the affairs of the Mrs. Lelia Livingston and daughter, tificates, only four were succeasfal. driver, who accompanied him. government, believing that he has been of Cincinnati, Mrs. Charles Speigie and Sherifl White, of Clay countv, passNear Huntington, Ind., John A. prompted in each and every act of his children and Miss Uutchins, of Shelbj-vill- e, Smith, a farmer, was sentenced to three ed through here Sunday with four can- by that patriotic love of country thbt has Ind , are visiting Dr. and Mrs. didates for the penitentiary. years' imprisonment for perjury. Straw Hats, Luster, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests. Clay ever characterized his administration Doores. Mrs. W. K. Buchanan is over Harvey Poe, aged 14, had a pitchfork Mr. P. F. Stillings, who has been in elevation to the presidency from Garrard visiting friends in this Worsted Suits in grays, browns and blacks, simply unsurpassed in from his first te run through his body while playing the Northwest for several weeks on to the present time. community. cut, finish, trimmings and fit. Wash goods lor ladies in Lawns, Or. business, returned home Sunday. around a saw mill near Kenton, O. 2. We aro happy to note the growing Our town is rapidly filling up with gandics, Jaconet Duchess, Crcpons, Sattecns, Ginghams, India LinEmmett reThe town trustees are getting a husThe wife of actor J. K. prosperity of the country under the ben- Summer guests and everything would be fused to prosecute him for attempting to tle on themselves and are ordering brick eficial P. Ks. Dotted Swisses in whites and colors in tariff legislation of a democratic perfect for their entertainment if we ens, Paris Muslins. or stone sidewalks put down the whole murder her and he was discharged. fact everything for Summer Congress, which has clearly demonstra- should have a rain to settle tho dust, as old daughter of Ohas. length of Main street. The ted that a step has been taken in the driving to the different springs is one of Efforts are being made to havo fireBunnell, of Mt. Vernon, O , was choked right direction. our favorite pastimes and the dust is beto death on a bean, which lodged in her works here on the night of the fourth 3. We are for every dollar being of coming very disagreeable. and thus burn a little powder in honor of windpipe. equal debt paying and purchasing powMr. and Mrs. Rutherford Wanton, E M. Bays, of Salyersville. drank our National independence. er and are opposed to the free and un- Jr , of Richmond, Col. McDowell and At the democratic convention held nine bottles of Lightning Hot Drops limited coinage of silver at the ratio of wife, of Boyle, and Mr. nnd Mrs. David while under tho influence of whisky. He hero Monday to select delegates to the 10 to 1 or any other ratio, except as may Barfield, of Louisville, are among the arWe will also.'put in this sale our large stock of Hamburgs and LaState convention, R. M. Jackson, C. R. died in a few hours. be fixed by international agreement. rivals at Crab Orchard Springe. Miss ces. L. & N. brakeman, Brock, A. L. Reid, John Pearl, J. O. RusOur Shoe stock for the Fall trade was bought at the old prices J. A. Payne, an 4. Believing that the prosperity of the Lottie Dillion is visiting her sister, Mrs. window at Paris, sell, S. W. Hodge, W. A. Pugh and Ed fell from a second-storof the nation depends W. B. Burke, at Junction City. Mrs. and we propose to give our customers all the advantage. There will State as well as and sustained injuries from which he Schaulch were chosen delegates. They upon tho succss of the democratic par- Josephine Seaman, of England, is visit- be a great difference in prices now and this Fall and those who can go uninstructed, except, for R. O. Ford died in a few hours. ty and that the elevation of the republi- ing her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Stapp. She should avail themselves of the advantage. Mrs. Horace Loomia, of Shanghai, for treasurer. Jackson, Pear), Brock and can party to power in Kentucky would seems to enjoy this country very much. Ind., whose huBband is now in the in- Hodge are for Hardin, Pugh for Buckner, be more disastrous to the welfare of the is sane asylum for the the eighth time, has and Reid, Schaulch and Russell are non- people than a visitation of all the plagues Miss Cathleen Cochran, of Madison, visiting Mrs. Alice Nowland. Miss Maud applied for a divorce. committal, but it is thought they will go that were sent upon Egypt, we there- Mnupin, of Richmond, is visiting Mies Lucien Schafer, a Huntington, Ind , to Hardin. They are all sound money fore have an abiding faith that tho intel- Nan Edmiston. boy, snapped an unloaded gun at his men. ligence and patriotism of the democracy playmate, Roy Eahbach. The ball was The republicans here have all been of Kentucky '.will in the coming State Program. wearing broad smiles on their faces for election teach the enemies of good govcut out of Roy's shoulder. District meeting of the "Woman's Pardaughter of Robert some time, thinking the democrats were A ernment a lesson not soon to be forgot sonage and Homo Mission Society" will Brady, of Portsmouth, O., jumped into a going to havo such a time over the free ten. convene in Stanford, June2Stb, 2Uth and cistern filled with water because her silver issue, hut since the returns from Delegates selected -- George E. Stone, 30th, li93. Mouday's conventions were received, John W. Whipp, G. A. Prowitt, J. Boyle mother refused to give her candy. Friday, Juno 2Sth, S r. si. special prayHarry Dove, a glass worker at An- their smiles havo faded away and they Stone and W. M. Myers. Alternates er service for guidance in our work. derson, Ind., bled to death within a are now wondering where they are ut. Address Rev. O. F. Onny, bubject, J. W. Hoskins, J. O. Coulter, W. P square of a doctor who refused to go to It is amusing to see them try to keep up Keeney, J. P. Wilkerson and W. B Our Mountain Work and its Needs. their outward appearance of confidence, Barker his aid unless he was paid in advance. Saturday, Juno 29th, 9 A. St. devotionAll kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing W. G. Overetreet, who used to edit but when tho mora prominent of the reNo instructions in the race for gov- al exercises. Words of Greeting by Mrs. done in first class style. Springfield News, was given two publicans meet, you can hear them disthe ernor or lieutenant governor, for Attor- Arnold. Response by Richmond deleyears in tho penitontiary for forgery. cussing the situation in anxious tones. ney General, W. J. Uendrick; Auditor, gate. The crime was committed at Memphis. If Wat Hardin is nominated he will give L. O. Norman; Treasurer, R C. For J; Paper Tho district meeting- its import Bradley a hard fight in this county with Mrs. Sanford Gillis, wife of a Supt. Public Instruction, Ed Porter and results, by Mrs. Buffeting. Reports Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic farmer near Shellsberjr, Iowa, a chance of carrying tho county. R. C. Thompson; Secretary of State, Charles of delegates. Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. poisoned herself and three of her six Ford will also pull largely from the re- Metcalf; Reg. Land Office, M. F. Brink-le2 i si. Devotional exercises children. She waB kuown to be insane. publican vote. R. KWLEY. EN E1PERIERCED FEIRTER. giving. Reports of delegate. MR. of Agriculture, S. M. Commissioner All four died. 8 v. si. Our Industrial School Rev. Boone; R. R. Commissioner, G. S. FulExcursion to Old Point Comfort, Va. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. Tho attorneys in the Morrison will J. J. Dickey. Address by Mrs. Savage, ton resolutions adopted as a whole. On Tuesday, July 30th, the case will receive as fees f 90,000, of which Sunday 11 a. si. sermon by Rev. C. F. and Ohio will run a special train Harrison has been given Ouey. To the Democrats of Lincoln Gounty. of Pullman palace sleeping cars and day $10,000. The fees amount to 3 r. si. Children's meeting. couches from Lexington to Old Point Allow me to thank you kindly forgivthe value of the estate. S p. si. Address by Mrs. Sawyer, Comfort, leaving at 4:30 r. m. and arriv- ing mo first instructions for Register of When Thomas North, of Gwynne-ville- , ing at Old Point early next afternoon, in the Land Office, and if I am nominated Lord's Supper. Ind., retired he told his family that time for a refreshing plunge in the surf tho democratic flug shall not trail in the Music will bo nplensant feature of the he would be an angel in the morning. before supper. Round trip tickets will dust, and if elected I will honor the occasion. He failed to respond when he was called be8old at $13, good to return until Au- Commonwealth of the State of Ken. Miss Mary Kay, Sec. Danville District. next morning and an investiga gust 17th. Stop overs will be granted tucky and bo true to tho grand old tion proved that his predictions nau at any station on return trip. .Special democratic party. Respectfully, Kid. Richards, of color, wished to will be made at the Hygeia como true. M. F. IIrimclky, Hotel and also to New York, Washingnunounco to the public that tho loth When Ohauncey Depew left New ton, Virginia Beach and at the surroundof the Sunday York for a western trip he found out on ing resorts. A trip to Old Point ComThe Queen & Creecent Routo will sell annual convention Albany that he had forgot- fort affords a greater variety of recrea- tickets to Latonia and return at one and Schools for the State of Kentucky has conhis arrival at fare from nil stations in Ken- vened nt this place at tho Christian d ten his valise. He telegraphed to have tion and enjoyment than any other ru Call and Sec Them. by special train. The distance is sort known. Write a postal for dercrip. tucky. The races will bo held this year church. Quite an intelligent body with it sent tive circular giving full information. able men at the staff is now in session. 141 miles and was covered in 135 Special rates from all blue graps towns. from May 23d to Juno 20th. ABk agents George W. B.uinev. W. O. Rinearaon, G. P. The public is invited, especially all un overage of 50 seconds 1o the for particulars. preachers. Dis't.Pasa. Agent, Lexington, Ky, A., Cincinnati, O. mile. E. H. Jennings and his accomplish Interior Journal Two peoplo were drowned at a Georgia picnic. Mrs. Mary Myers, of Elyria, O., was gorod to death by a mad cow. There is increasing talk of a dark lnrse in the raco for governor. At Massillion. O.. a spider crawled into Mies Mamie Wolf's ear and caused her death. Two men were hanged at St. Thomas, Ont., for the murder of a relative for his insurance. Gov. Atkinson, of Georgia, is still alive, but his doctors say that the chances are all against his recovery. The papers are made up and the s Court of Appeals will pass on the caso, recently tried at Rarbour-villFields-Adkine. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ol wife, residents of Washington, D. C. floDey -: flaking -- Out of The Question -p po3t-ofllc- 6c, mr WMxant'KPf. JEJLXH "0 p 40 S'c, f er post-mort- en LOUISVILLE : STORE, 7-- STAXTFORD. KY, head-Con- court-hous- 90 Degrees Sale. star-rou- two-ye- ar y HUGHES & TATE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, four-year-o- ld St. Asaph Carriage & Co., MERSHON" GREER, Proprietors. - Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. well-know- n y; paper-Syste- matic a. Chesa-peak- e one-sixt- SOEV1EVIE R OLOTHBNG LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. low-rat- es Flannel, Worsted, Luster. one-thir- min-ute- p, H. : J. ; M'ROBERTS. ftyntomwa i I I SHERIFF'S TOR- - : SUE Tucker heirs, lot in Doolcyvillc, '87 to '1)0, '9! and 94 Warren, Sid, lot in lloncyvillc, '94 Withers, Sandy, G acre near T. C. Ball, ')4 Crab Orchard, No. 2 White. STATE AND COUNTY Adams, Daniel 350 acre., near John Laswell, '92 A, am,, Rubo 30 acre,, near Lph .lame., '91 Adams, Otis 38 acre., near Calvu. Whitt, '94 ?.. Adams, John I' . 2.i acres, near Jacob Lane, '94 Anderson, Mrs. Nanie 110 acres near Preachersville, '94 ."."."."".'.,.'.' Anderson, Wm 40 acres near Geo. Abraham, '94.....' D.....1 " 85 Padgett, II. II. 0 acres near T. T. Vaught, '94 1,etrce Arinp II. 5 acred near J. II. C'ni'er, '92 to '91 1 50 Privitt, Bantnn GG acres near Green River, Bal. '94 1 75 Privitt, Rami. 30 acres near Arch Hortfjii,Bal.'0t ami VAviltt L s. t ,ot in Kingsville, '94 8 5 90 R I(ls Lou;ia 100 Mm near Wnyiiliurg, Lai. '94 1 70 K!ll V. Acre,, '94 100 ncrw ncar Marv 0 3 1 1 45 80 5 80 2 2 75 , 85 2 50 2 1 GO Kic,1!lr(Non, ;SiIas - R j. 70 : 55 ll7 acre5 ncar Highland, '94 3 15 3 75 8 50 2 00 . r i... jilil-- near vjuo. jiuikiiv, :h uuiciier, tifu. -' llli 140 Bell, Jas. M. 10 acres near Prcachersvi e, 94..., 7. 2 -- u ,. acres near Prcachersvi e, 94 335 Hell, ham J. 10 8 50 Hlnnkcnship, him, Lot near Preachersvi lie, 9 J 70 ,, , , 2 15 ,nn r. x,r - ....w rt 1W 1 JO " "- "....v ..-wife lot ..v... .v. ,,.i., ., , in Crab Orchard, '91 to '94, inclusive. 12 85 Buchanan, W. K. and (Voucher, James 2 acres near Tankersleys, '94 1 55 Taylor, J. T. 50 acres near Sam Siinins, '94 2 00 on" ... 2 7 5 - .' Tranter, Mitchel 200 acres near Wavnesbure '94 Vr 41 acres near Crab Orchard, 93 DeXordi, John ' u", Irowlindge, Mrs. M. L. ,.i- - acres naar it" bi Vr W. D. McMuIlen, '94 ., '.(l0 30 Delancy, rank lft1 acres near Andy Todd, 93 3 30 ,Jolul JbU ncrtfB near A,t 1mvl"'. II,S0"' 3 10 Delaney, Matthew 110 acres near Win. Harness, 92 5 20, Dowell, Simeon 390 acres ncar Johns Ham, '93 2 70 Warren, Logan 78 acre near Buck Creek, '94 2 15 Delancy, Mrs. Kate 50 acres ncar John Rogera, '91 to '94 inclusive... 2 20 W'hber, Wolfgang 40 acres near Geo. Russell, '94 2,00 ''. 9 Dyehousc, George 78 acres ncar Ottenheim, '91 J,U,1M 15u acrcs Ge lUissell, '94 3 30 5 25 WriSht 1 80 Young, M. G. 3 acres near Highland, '94 Dennv, John 30 acres near Matthew Atchison, '93 1897).' l 85 ' Denny, Nancy A. 40 acres near W. W. Cal.Iwell, '92 90 PnrkoIlbu . Ti non re,;(le, ,25 ,M Between the hours of 9 A. m. ank 1 i m., at the c y0 door in the Dennv, B. P. 20 acres near W. G. Padgett, y2 05 town of Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., I will expose to the highest bidder Green River Land Co. 1,050 acres near Kingsville, '93 and '94 ." 1615 rams; Mrs. Jane L. hrs. 2d acres near Crab Orchard, 9 to q4 inc.. - ) . cash in hand to pay the State and county lax for the C,wuuatl & Kentucky Centnd R. R. Co., '93 and '94 41 10 1 70 described property, or io much thereof ai may be necessary to pav Karris, K. O. Heirs, lot in Crab Orchard, '94 ' faitl taxes, with all eoxts and interent. No. Grinm, An.litis 1G0 acrcs near John Turnbull, 'y4 3 75 This list will bo published for four weeks and names will disappear from Ham, John.-o-u 150 acres near Charles Griffin, '92 to,'o4 : 13 55 8 55 Alcorn, Amanda G9 acrcs near Hangiug Fork, Bal. 'i3 and '94 the ulxivc list as won as paid. Cost of advertising $2. Remittances by mail Haggard, Mrs. M. A. (11 acres near Dave Howard '91 to '94 1 70 Behoni, Mary and Louis 75 acres near Milledgeville, '93 3 50 promptly receipted. Hilton, Thomas J. 21 acres near John Rogers, '94 1 50 Benedict, Wesley's lire. 115 acres near Milledgeville, '93 and '94..!'.".' 7 45 u nlker J,i acres near Mckinney, '94 JOHN N. MKN'EKKK, 1 00 Howard, David 25 acrcs near Louis IIaty, '91, '92, '94 4 2!1J,bb of Lincoln County. Joslin, John hrs. 30 acres near Grove Cook, '04 6 60 2 40 GooIe. Geo. A. 48 acres near J. K. Baughman, '94 .. i 3 .. r m i A 2L E 5 1 T -- 1 ,.',., 1 A. J. Murphy, '02 and '94 SinSlct,m & 1J- 80 cre3 Silm" Jol,M D :)0 ncrM "ear Green llWcr '94 ftingleton, Win. L. U acres near J. 1. Curtis, 93 and '9 cnilth, II. II. inn acres near B. I'.Shoftetall, 94 Smith, J. II. .)0 acres near Dave White, 94 Smith, C. A. .i() acres near II. Singleton, '92 to 94 ,.,, , Stockier, Leopold .0 acres ne:u Got eib Beck, u. ou acres ncar r. ra eonnern. i aievcns, Surber, Singleton 18 acres near Highland. '94 "r 2 00 3 85 r. v-- j. Monday, July 8 court-hoiie1890-1-2-3-4 N ,1(-'- Z'ZZl fr 1 t- fol-owi- Hustonville 4 W'hite. Kx-Sheri- ir Stanford No. 1 White. 8 20 1 Brady, Jerome I)., 20 acres laud ncar Rowland, for '93 and '94 Bailey, George V., I John Dye, for '91, '92, '93, '94 Craft, Mike, town lot near Rowland, fur '93 ChamlKJrs, John, 2 acres near John Sprntt '94 Dye, Green River, for '90, '92, '93, '94 Dyehouse, George, town lot, Rowland, '93 and '94 Jo-- h, Kidd, Hiram 10 acres near Kph .Manuel, '93 and '94 Liventy, Varmicl 80 acrcs near Geo. Turner, '92 Lynch, James 30 acres near Ottenheim, '94 5 G5 50 .Montgomery, Whit hrs. 240 acrcs near Crab Orchard, '03 and '94, 2 70 Xoakes, Klizalieth 1G0 acres, '93 and '94 Lanhnni, Minerva Heirs 2 acres near Mt. Salem, '91 to '93 82 40 Minor, Henry Clay 14 acres near Milledgeville, '93 .Mason ilrs. and Jane Mason laud ou Green River near Napier 4 80 5 3 G5 2 15 IIulJ,na' Hannan, John and sister 200 acres ncar Hustonville, '93 and '94 Mrs- - M- - J' 2T acres utar Hustonville, '92 to '94 47 05 29 11 1 55 3 55 Ma- - eon (.9 acres on Pence, John 30 acres near Garland James, '93 and '94 12 40 Playlbrth, Henry 50 acres near W. B. Harness, '94 G 10 15 Roberts, James T. 147 acrcs near Alfred Davis, '94 7 1 Fisher, John, 20 acres land near M. V. Bartelle, '94 Ganu, II. C, lot at Rowland, Intl. for '92, '93, and '01 Gaines, John S., 58 acres of land River,'94 Haslett, James, 14 acre of knob land, U.U Hays, Hugh, 5 acres of land near Win. Hays, '92 to '91 Hammonds, Amelia, 18 acren near Hale Well, '93 and '94 Hammonds. G. A., 75 acre.-- of land near Rowland, bah '94 taxes Hays, Mrs. Paulina, 13 acre-- - near George D. Hopper, bill. '93, '91 Hixan, X. J., house and lot at Rowland, '89, '90, '93, " " " '93 and '94.. Hiatt, Ross, " " '93 and '94. Hughes, Jas., " 9.-- f ? 00 Rogers, John, 20 acres near Green Adams, 12 20 Rowland, Alfred, estate, 300 acres near U. 1 '94 Albright, 00 Minks, Harvey house and lot in Morelaud, Bal. '94 GO 'Peacock, G. Freely house aud lot in Hustonville, '90 to '94 80 Rcid, John 4 acres near Mrs. Braxdale, KiiN-el- l, Henry 53 acres near Win. Kinder, e94.... 50 5ip5 2.90 .fslf'40 ;.... .".''. 55 3 00 2 85 7 45 5 '8G to 85 '94........ 42 20 Shannon, Joe A. 30 acres near Milledgeville, '94 2 00 : Shuniake, Mary, acres, near U. Albright, '94, Stephenson, W. T., 187 acres near Crab Orchard, bal. '93 and '94 GO 35 2 00 G 90 3 00 8 50 5 5 Thompson, Andy, lot near Crab Orchard, '94 Tobin, J. J., 17 acres near Geo. W. Kdwards, '94 Turner, Bob, 25 acres near Sarah Griffin, '93 and '94 50 Trimble, D. L. house aud lot in McKinney, '93 aud '94... 23 85 Wilcher, (Jas.) Geo. Wesley 12 acres ncar Jno. Tombs, '91 to 1 50 Wood, Wm. II., non resident, 100 acres near Green River, '93-to!J- 25 '94'.... 4 .9-7- 3"00 Leonard, Wilburn, 11 acres ncar T. B. White, '91 to '94 80 Wren, W. II., 60 acre near Crab Orchard, '93 12 25 1 Alcorn, Geo. Woodley int. in house and lot in Turnersville.... 9 25' Alcorn, Henry interest in house and lot in Turnersville Anderson, Isaac 4 acres near Mt. Salem '93 and '94 2 10 Anderson, Green lot iu Hustonville, '94 ; S 1 40 4 00 1 Hustonville No. 4 Colored. n, X 1 1 Miwsoy, James, heirs, 91 acres on Green River, '93 and '94 Martin, Thomas, 31 acrcs ncar Halls Gap, '12, '93 ami MM Miller, Ed, 80 acres on Dix River, bal. '91, '92, 93,''94 50 15 75 Crews, Jenks, 2 acres uear Crab Orchard, '94 30 05 Ellison, Lucy, 1 acre near Abe Campbell, '93 1 Crab Orchard No. 30 30 3 50 60 2 ;Colored. . ' 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 40 Burton, Talitha 9 acres near Win. Bright, '94 .' 13 75 3 00 1 70 1 25 O'Kief, Mike, lot in Rowland, '94 Peters, Mrs. Hettie, 19 acres near Dawson's Mill '94 Phillips, Henry D., houccand lot near Rowland, '94 Prudotu, J. II., 50 acres, Peak farm, '90 to '94, inclusive Rnmbo, James, house and lot at May wood, '94 Robinson, Sim, house and lot at Rowland, '91, 92, '93, '94 Silnild, M., house and lot near Stanford, '92, '93, '91 Smith, Monroe, 250 acres ou Green River, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94 Sowder, J. II. 40 tcres of land on Dix River 00 Floyd, James, 50 acrcs near Jim Green, '94 8 20 Guest, Green, 2 acrcs uear Crab Orchard, '93 and '04 Jones, L., lot iu Crab Orchard, '93 Johnson, Henry, 4 acres, uear Dud Holmes, '93 and 94 4 75 81 10 3 35 G J. 19 1 00 Welch, Tom, 2 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 aud '94 Welch, Nancy, 2 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 GO 55 30 30 12 70 Waynesburg No. HIGHLAND. 3 White. 2 00 Cloyd, Edith 10 acres near K. L. Tanner, '92 to '94 Caldwell, Eph 6 acres near Moreland, '94 4 25 Davis, Ed 14 acres near Moreland, '94 60 3 80 Givens, Allen 6 acres near Moreland, '94 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 McKiuuey, '94 ' .". 2 00 70 1 75 ; ;..." ' 1 70 1 8fi 1 85 4 00 3 10 0 45 1 " Wolfonl, Dale, hou.--e and lot at Rowland 1 Huffman, Jerry lot near McKinney, Bal. '94 2 75 Jones, 70 1 93 50 3 70 1 30 Atkins, C. B., 60 acres near Highland, '94 Stanford No. B Kit lot near McKinney, '94 aud '94 -- Colored. 4 75 70 2 00 3 50 4 80 Abrahams, James, town lot near M. O. Vandevcer, 15 acres, '94 Ballinger, Green, lot in Boneyville, bal. on '91 Ballinger, Mote, lot in Stanford, '94 Baughman, Gate, lot at Halls Gap, '91 Beazley, John, 17 acrcs of knob laud Bright, Polly, town lot in Stanford, ')', '93 and '94 Burdettc, Joe, lot in Renetown, '91 Cooper, Josh, 2 acres at Boneyville Crow, Henry, 8 acres of knob land, '91 to '94, inclusive Gibsou, Mariah, lot in Stanford, '93 Greenlee, Charles, lot near Rowland, '94 Bastin, Joseph, 30 acres uear Sam Bastiu, '94 Bastin, Jasper L., 50 acres near Waynesburg, '93...; 75 Baugh, John G., 58 acres near Highland, '94 8 , Bowers, Charles M. 100 acres near Win. Smith, '93 1 20 3 10 Baugh, Alfred, 12 acres near Wm. Dishon, '93 and '94 8 acres near Tom Young, '92 to '91 1 60 Baker, Martin II., 2 00 Bryant, Paseol, 40 acres on Buck Cicek, '93 3 40 Reid, Mariah lot near McKinney, '93 to '94 Weatherford, Joe (dead) 2 acres near Milledgeville, '93 Welch, James lot in McKinney, '93 aud 'd4 Woods, Craig lot in McKinney, '93 aud '94 3 GO 4 25 2 35 2 90 3 55 3 J. N. MENBFBB, Ex-Sheriff Lincoln Countv. 7 1 Camden, John C, 40 acres near Jane Prathers, '92 Childers, James, 10 acres near George Padgett, '93 and '94 30 50 Clutterbach, James 100 acres near Wm. Routen, !94 W. T., lot in Kingsville, '93 aud '94 00 Corn, Rev. 80 2 30 3 25 1 IB io Dye, W. D., 70 acres near George Routen, '91 K. WEAEEN, Dealer In 3 10 Faulconer, Laura, 50 acres near Highland, '94 00 Helm, Bottie, lot near Stanford, '93 75 Gooch, Cicero, Sr., 98 acres near Eubanks, '94 Hays, Wm., lot in Logan town, bal. '92, '93, '91 3 75 Gooch, Milton, 100 acres near Eubanks, '92 Hale, Minerva, heirs, 2 acres at Boneyville, '94 50 Gooch, Mrs. Hen, 100 acres near Waynesburg, '91 to '93 Hayden, Tim,, lot in Rowland, '93 and '94 4 20 Griggs, E. A., 80 acres near W. II. Hixan ,'94 Hansford heirs, lot in Maxville, '04 2 40 Harris, George W., 50 acres near J. S. Harris, '92 to '94 Helm, Green, lot in Stanford, '92 to '94, inclusive 10 35 Harris, J. S., 3 acres near George Harris, '91 to 94 Hocker, Anderson, lot in Stanford, '88, '89 and 90, '93 and '94, bal., 9 10 Harris, Win. II., 50 acres near Geo. Harris, '94 Hocker, Joe, lot in Rowland, '94 2 00 Hicks, Daniel, 4 acres uear Kingsville. '94 James, Henry, lot in Maxville, 'i)t 1 30 Johnson, I. N. 650 acres near D. A. Baugh, '91 Jones, Arch, lot in Maxvillle, bal. '93 and '94 2 05 Jackson, Dr. A., 125 acres near S. Skidmore, '93 and '94 Kennedy, Willis, lot in Dooleyville 2 65 Kidd. Bryant, 85 acres near B. Gooch, '94 Cofley, Jane, lot in '91, "92 and '93 4 85 Lacknian, John, 50 acrcs ncar J. C. Gooch, '92 and '94 '92 to '94 inclusive Lackey, Win., " 10 55 Lovelace, Silas A., lot in Kingsville, '94 Lackey, Tom, lot in Rowland, '91 2 65 Leach, Lucinda, 1 acre near J. D. Long, '93 and '94 "... 2 45 Lay, John, 10 acres near John Tombs, '91 to '93 Lee, Sank, 1 acre, Walnut Flat, '93 and 94 Logan, Mary, 15 acres at Boneyville, '92 to '91, inclusive 2 85 Lance, Ed A., 162 acres near Kingsville, bal. '91 and '94 Logan Sam, lot ncar J. T. O'Hair, '94 2 35 Lee, John S., 35 acres near South Fork, '94 Lynn, Tim, lot near Logantown, '90 to '94 2 15 Martin, Ben, 58 acres near South Fork, ')3 and '94 McMullin, Logan, lot at Halls Gap, '94 1 50 Martin, W. C, 60 acres near Waynesburg, '94 McMullin, Wils, lot at Halls Gap, '93 and '94 4 25 Meades, Mrs. Annie, 125 acres near John F. Walls, '93 and '94 Moran, Doc, lot in Stanford, bal. '88, .'89,'90,'92 and '93 11 25 Maxey, George, 30 acres near James Upthegrove, bal. '94 McAlister, Joe, lot in Stanford 2 20 McMullins, Green, 200 acres near J. B. Gooch, '94 Richardson, Ben, heirs, 19 ncrcson Dix River, '94 2 65 McMullins, G. II., 100 acres near George Reynolds, bal. '94 Rout, Sam, lot in Boneyville, '93 and '94 3 50 McMullins, T. M., 84 acres near Dan Hester, '94 Roe, Bettie, It acrcs at Boneyville, '93 and '94 1 50 McWilliams, Mary E., 1 acre near O. '94 3 10 2 l(i 3 70 3 70 65 7 45 1 Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STAWJOBD, Ere. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. 1 70 60 18 00 8 10 2 50 2 75 1 1 THE 70 75 Queen &Crescent ROUTE '. 8 40 Jl K., Smith, Mary, lot ncar J. T. O'Hair, '93nnd '94 Stewart. Silas, lot in Boneyville, '94 1 75 Padgett, T. J., 75 acres near Jumes Wheeldon, '94 70 Padgett, Zack, Jr. 29 acres uear Geo. "Walls, '94 30 reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed 2 00 through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta4 00 nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs 2 15 and Asheville ; and from Chattnnoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe 4 25 and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and 45 San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, 035p irf"- 8 85 via New Orleans or via Shreveport. -Short Line from the Ulue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Nrt 1 00 with every accommodation to patrons. Kree Parlor 2 80 Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa-tio- n Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and 1 10 Chattanooga. 2 8$ Chas. W. Zell. W. C. BinearsoD, O.J. I.. Cinciniuitl, 0. 2 00 Div. Pan'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0. -- &i -- "?,yjl"Mfi',MMPyI'" mi l. Wiliwn 1 i M in CW JKtini.y i ifcjM tAmmamiMfW- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journf - THE SPHINX. BV FRANCIS Stanford, Ky., June 21, 1895 C WILLIAMS. W. P. WALTON. WaELno Stanlord, ....-utiu- Attorney at Law, B. Vtvraon, Kentucky. and Assign- t - n-r- WiUc; at Executor,lAdminittrator u t- 10 ocuie-nem01 utvw... atet, at Attorney and Sale and Divhioo of Blanla' Land.. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. F. McCli-tyt office. HARPER'S PERtQQlCM.3. Harper's Magtsinc, One Year 44 oo H Mpert Weekly, 4 Harper's Baiar, " 4 Hatper'a Young People" , ' 4 Pottage Iree to all tubscribers in the United c States, Canada and Mexico. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, P.O. Box 959, N.Y. City. ..IF YOU AXI GOING "Well, of all tho days this hns been tho worst 1 ever Bawl" grumbled Campbell, the city editor, as ho gave tho copy-bo- y a "padded" story of a cable-ca- r smash-up- , and wheeled about In his r and addressed tho ofllco In general and no ono In particular. "Ten o'clock and only two display heads up, and neither of them worth Its place. How much'll that shipping Btory make, Harris?" "I can fill It out to half a column," answered tho person to, looking up from his desk. "Make all you can of it. We'll need every bit wo can get." It wns just then that Marsh came In. "Got a good story here, Mr. Campbell; how much spa.ee can I have?" ho said, stripping off his coat. . "All you want," returned tho city editor, a half smile replacing the frown his face had worn. "Now, that's what I call luckl" ho added. "What's it about?" "You remember the Krcmcr murder?" desk-chai- 1TORTHTHK WIST, LOUISVILIC NAtJHVILlt R. R. la the line for you, at Itt Dally Trains Double cloie connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. RICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky ofs J - It i Seek the Cool Resorts of Michigan. Elegant Through Wagner Sleep- ing Cars run daily between Cincinnati and Bay View, Mich,, Via BIG And : 4 : ROUTE, W. M. Railway. C. & THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Old St. Joe, Grand Rapids, Traverse City, Elk Rapids, Charle-vox- , Petqsky and. Bay View. , Thit.lt Traverse Region are landed at Traverie City the orlj line by which pastengert to the Without Change of Cars. For fall information at to time of trains, etc., write any repreten.ative Big Four Route. D.P.MARTIN, E. O. McCORMACK, Gen. Pats, and Ik t. Agt. Past. Traffic Mgr. Farmers BanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KY., IBawfulIy'orgaaiicdand ready for business Co iib Paid up Capital of InrpluB, . - - $200,000. 20000. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now doting up) with the tame, asteu and undei the tame management. By provisions of itt chaster, depositori are as protected at ate depotitort in National fully Backs, its shareholder! being held individual liaolc to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to the amount invested in tuch tharet. It may act at caecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as an individual. To thote who entrusted their buitinest to ui ol while mnaglng; the Lincoln National Bankand Stanford, we we here tender our many thankt will continue to transact their business trust they with us. offering at a guarantee for prompt attto-lio- n to aame, our twenty years' experience itt banking and at libtral accommodations as are with tound banking. cos-uten- J J. Williams, J. ML Vernon; DtKZCTORt: . H. Shankt, Stanford; J. S. Owtley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; F. Catb, Stanford; William Goocb, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevillt, W. II. Cummins, Preachers! lie S. H. Shanks, President, Or. J. B. OwaJey, Cashier, W. M.Bright, Teller. tho letter U. A minute later ho had drawn a largo r bundle of toward him and was writing on it He wrote slowly at first, almost laboriously. But soon his pen moved more quickly, and sheet after sheet of tho paper was covered and pushed to one side. Hardin's pen movod unceasingly. When midnight struck he was working with a fierce energy which told of a purposo that defied fatigue. But he sent up no "copy" to tho composing-rooas he wrote; tho pages acccumu-late- d on his desk in & careless heap. It was after 12:30 when he dropped his pen and sunk back in his chair for a minute. But it was only for a minute. Then he picked np the bundle of copy, roughly rearranged it, wrote subject Spiritless and silent always faith- "Use all Rush" at tha top of the first fully executing what was given him to sheet and 6cnt it upstairs by a boy. Ho put on his orercoat, burned off do, but never offering a. suggestion, and in no Instance mingling in tho the incandescent llgh and walked Into amusements or conversation of his the local room and to tho city editor's companions, he had been dubbed the desk. "Mr. Campbell," he .laid, In a Sphinx before he was in the office a low voice, "I have to ro out 1 guess week, and the sobriquet Had clung to you won't need me any more? him and seemed thoroughly to fit him. "No, not replied Campbell. John Hardin was the way he was en- "You've sent up a groat stoty of that tered on the and the most Kretner murder, Marsh tells ma Is it that anyone knew of hlrn was that ho a beat?" lived by himself in a baro room near "Yes, it's a a beat" ld the other. the Globe building and took his meals j There whs mingled sadness and bitterat a neighboring eating-housHo ness in his tones. seemed to have no relatives and no "Good night," Campbell suiwercd, iKiiuuiuHiutcs, uitepe ui mo nocming not noticing anything. "Goodnight," repeated Hnrdln. sort Marsh walked over to the little Then fie turned and walked toward cnbbyhole of a room the Sphinx occu- tho door. But In the doorway he pied, quietly opened tho door and paused, and then came back to Campstepped inside. For all the jokes they bell's desk. poked at Hardin behind his buck, there "Mr. Campbell." ho sail, earnestly. was a certain something about him "I have never lld to ycu? "Why, no'." exclaimed Campbell in which compelled respect when they were in his presence. And so Marsh, surprise. when this man looked up from some "Well, tnd I'm not lying now. Reclippings over which he was bending. member, whatever you may think of saiu, aimofii in me same tone he used me, I have told tho truth." In addressing the dreaded magazine "Of course!" said the city editor, editor: "Mr. Hardin, I have the story Marsh's words rrourriug to him. Harui uu urruai, ultb which Campbell din certainly ww losing his grip. Thn thought you might have some informa- Sphinx turned awny, and this time tion upon." walked out the door and down the "What is it, Mr. Marsh?" asked Har- stairway to the stroot din, reaching for his register wherein Half an hour later there was great he had, alphabetically arranged, tho excitement in the Olobe office. The titles of tho subjects with which his r Bent down galley proofs bureau of clippings dealt covered with query murks, ad along "It's a murder," answered Marsh; with it Hardin's copy. Campbell looked "the Kremer murder." over it all and could not believe the Hardin had raised tho book from tho evidence of his eyes. He took the tablo. It fell with a bang on the floor. proof and copy in to the managing editHut ho instantly stooped and picked it or, and they bad a consultation. up, and began to fumble over tho Then, juBt as they had decided that pages. "Tho Kremer murder?" ho it would bo best to "kill" tho whole of said, in his quiet tones. "Yes, I must the story which Hardin had written, havo something about that here." Marsh camo in, In a state of new exHe continued to run over the pages, citement to call Campbell to the and Marsh notiood that ho twice 'phone. Some one wishod to speak to stopped short of tho letter K, under him from police headquarters. What which ho should havo Bought for tho tho city editor heard from there deterinformation wanted. Marsh was Im- mined him to publish tho article as It patient to get back to his own work. stood. "Well, if you're pretty suro you havo The account of tho Kremer murder something about it Mr. Hurdln," ho which the Globe presented on its first Bald, "Mr. Campbell would like you to pago that morning wns tho talk of the furnish half a column, or a column, if town. But it was not tho story of tho you can, on tho history of tho crime. I arrest of Boch, the supposed murderer, must go back to my own story. that riveted attention. That much was They'vo arrested Booh, the fellow who common property among tho dailies. did tho murder, they say, and they'll It was tho two columns in which was end in hanging him, of course; tho set forth the confession of a man who, clrcumstantlul evidence is strong. Tho for twelve long years, had borne the Kremer murder, rememberl It oc- burden of ills guilt and striven to live curred about twelve years ago, didn't down a recollection that only grew It?" more clear, and would not be forgot"No," replied Hardin, "not twelve; ten. And then at last, when it could eleven years ago That is, I bo endured no longer, and to tell it to think it was eleven years ago. others was tho one relief, the Sphinx Tho murder made a great impression had unsealed his lips. on my mind. It was a hellish crime; But Campbell, who, out of pity for wasn't it?" tho old man, went to the police head"Bad, ns murders rgo, I guess," re- quarters that same morning to see him, turned Marsh, lightly, wondering at found ho was too late. Hardin's drawn this sudden spurt of loquacity on the faco was more peaceful than it had other's part "Well, I'll leave you." ever been in life, and fear no longer Hardin did not reply. He wus fum- looked from his eyes. A forgiving bling over his book again. Marsh God had locked tho Sphinx's lips again, walked up to the city editor's desk. and this time they were locked forever, "The Sphinx must have something Godoy'8 Magazine. copy-papem "Well, they've got them; nt least, they think they have. The police In precinct arrested a tho Twenty-thirfellow who turned out to bo Boch, tho German who was with Kremcr tho night tho murder occurred; and tho circumstantial ovldcnco Is Btrong, they say. Let's see; how long ago was it that tho murder happened? Twelve years, I think." "Just about," said Campbell, men tally checking off tho time. "It ought to make a good yarn. Do your best with it." Marsh nodded and fell to work. For a time only tho scratching of a pen broke silence in the room. Then tho city editor suddenly said: "I say, Marsh, B'posoyou seo tho Sphinx about that story. Ten to one, ho has something filed away about it If he has and can givo a good history of tho crime, let him do it You do the story of the nrrest and make it as circumstantial as you can. We'll ses If wo can't save that front page from stagnation somehow." "All right," answered Marsh, as ho dropped his pen and rose from his seat "Perhaps the old man can give us a beat on tho story," he jokingly added, as ho turned to go. The city editor laughed. The Idea of the Sphinx supplying such a tiling as a "beat" was too absurd to take seriously, for ho had never been anything but a machine, grinding out addenda and obituary notices in nonpareil typo since he became a member of the Globe staff three years before. De was, according to his fellow laborers, a "queer lot" Nooo of them professed to know him better after that lapse of time than when he first came among them and was given charge of tho newspaper clippings, which were filed away daily and made use of again whenever a new event recalled an old d to-da- "Yes, well enough!" y pressed on his mind, awoke him to a sudden sense of the work beforo him. He raised his head. His fnco was drawn, and his eyes, swollen as their lids were from teurs, seemed to have Ho sat for a sunk In their sockets. moment, looking ot tho book before him. The leaf that was uppermost was one that he had scanned many times before. At its top was printed wrong In his head he remarked, "or else he's rapidly going into his dotage." "The point Is, can he furnish tho history of tho murder?" Campbell interrupted, impatiently. Ho was engaged n story of a society in meeting. "Ho thinks he can," answered Marsh. "Then don't bother yourself about his Infirmities," admonished the other; "and tako a brace on that story of your ownl It's close to eleven o'clock." Marsh returned to his place and resumed his scribbling Industriously. The Sphinx In his room was still going over tho pages of tho register. But ho wasnot looking nmong the K's. It was through tho long list of names beginning with II that he hunted. "It must bo hcrel" he kept murmuring to himself. "It ought to bo hcrel Why can't I find It?" Then he ran the pages over again. They fluttered from his withered fingers winding-sheeton which were written tho names of thoso dead and gone, of events recollection of which had long 6lnco faded from the minds of most men. But they did not ylold tho namo ho sought "It's strange," ho said. "This Is a complcto record; It has novor been wanting before. Why can't I find It? They must have known about it when it happened." Then, all at once, ono of his hands slipped from tho book, and his head dropped nmong the leaves, crushing them flat; and tears ran between the thin fingers outspread there. Ho remained there for some time. Only the clicking of tho telegraph Instrument In tho news room, a dull hum of voices from tho rooms beyond where a discussion was going on, and an occasional question asked and answered in the local room came to his cars; and even those he did not hear. Then a bell began to boom tho hour, and mechanically he counted tho strokes. Eleven o'clock Tho fact, dully imblue-pencilin- Too Delightful. g s I pay-rol- l, Army risked, as they snt on the sofa with button," said tho man in the chair. "Yes, Bah," Bald tho barber, with a their arms intertwined nndthcbrllliun-tin- e on his mustache not very far from smile. "Belong to n colored post, I suppose?" tho crimson balm on her lips. "No, sah; tho cullud post belongs to "Dorothy," ho replied, "when I know that your mother is listening on tho me, sail." It wns not till he had stepped out and stairs, that your father Is waiting In tho passage with a cane, that tho bull- Been tho barber's sign that tho customer dog Is loose In tho front yard ond that saw tho point. Indlnnnpolls Journal. your llttlo brother Is under the sofa, Not Much Ulsk. how can 1 say that It Is delightful?" Examining Physician (for insuranco Tit-lliLondon company) I'm nfrnld wo can't tako you, sir. You aro too great a risk. means so much more than Not Ton Ambitious. Applicant (resignedly) Well, per-haMrs. Wcstsldt Tommy, j.-.t- r pants you imagine serious and i I am. Tho fact Is that when I get arc nil worn out fatal diseases result from Tommy Yes, that comes from my sick I never send for n doctor. I just having to move down all the time In lay around until I get well. trifling ailments neglected, i llxnminlng Physician Eh? Urn my class, but It's all right now. I am Don't play with Nature's i at the foot of the class, and I nm going we'll take you. N. Y. Weekly. greatest gut health. to stay there, so there will be no more What He Admired. wear anil tonr on my pants, scraping If vouarefeellnr "What did out of sottt.wesk up and down on the bench. Texas him for my father say when you nsked " hand?" nsked tho young and generally Sittings. hauiled, tienout, " woman. hive no appetite A Kail lent dinner. "Oh," replied Augustus, "he ho did and can't woik, J begin at oncetsk- - " First Employer I hear you have his best to bo pleasant. Ho said thcro Ing the most sella-- J yielded to the demand for eight hours' wns something about mo that ho really uie sirengmrnint: meilicine.whlchis work nt ten hours' pay. How can you admired." llronn's Iron Hit afford it? "Did lie say whnt?" ters. A few hot-- J Second Employer You r.oe, my men ties cute benefit "Yes. My Impudence." Mercury. comes from the J promised to work, while 11103' nrc Rl ery nrsi uoti Unknown. It, instead of .standing around and uvn'l itAin jtur Northerner What wan tho coroner's It's chattering nbout capital uud lulor. N. Utl. and take. J plcstant tu verdict in tho lynching case? Y. Weekly. Col. Nipper Death at tho hands of Understood the Itusp. parties to the jury unknown. Mr. Ennicott There's a lot of steamer Northerner Why, the lynchers were Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver trunks piled out conspicuously In front the men in town. Neuralgia, of Mn. SHmpockct's house wnltlng for Troubles, Col. Nipper I know, but tho jurors the expressman. What does that hod never been Introduced to them. N. Constipation, Dad Blood mean? Y. World. Malaria, Nervous ailments ' Mrs. Ennicott (with scorn) It menus , Women's complaints. flow 11 Got Out of It. that she's going down to her uncle's Get only tl e genuine II hs crossed red ' Indignant Tailor You told mo last farm to 6pend the summer. Chicago lines on tlir Mrspiter. All others ate sub. ' time I saw you that you would come stltutes On receipt of two c stamps we ' Record. will send set ol Ten Beautiful World' ' yesterday and pay my bill even If It ' Fair Views and book Iree, rhlnn'a I'rnnltlt-s- . rained eats nnd dogs. DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, M0. ' , Mr. Billus Maria, how does It happen Mr. Dudely And so I would, my denh that Fanny Isn't going to church with fellnh, if it had mined cats nnd dogs, you this morning? but it didn't, doncher know. Texns Mrs. Billus You know as well as I Sittings. San Francisco. Portland. do, John, that when Bessie nnd Kate .. To the Iler lilen. nnd I go to church somebody has got Wife (going on n journey) Dear, now to stay nt home. There isn't nom for don't piny jwker whllo I am gone. four pairs of sleeves in our jhjw. Via The Husband Hut you won't mind my Chicago Tribune. plnylng n little giuno of only A Knell One. limit? Agent Doctor, can I get your ad. Wife All right! But promise me for the Weekly Boomer? you won't lose any more than that. Shocking, sir! Don't you Puck. Doctor (9B0'ty.'AH'TCHICt0u(fl know that It's most unprofessional for " I nuldu't He lilsgulsed. to ndvertlse? (On the q. t.) physicians Only Din.Dj Car Rout From The Bridegroom (at the first stopping But you may Interview mo on some place) It's no use, Clara, wo can't hide scientific specialty, two columns, rates, check in advance. Truth. it from people that we are married. The Bride What makes you think so, She Never Tried George, dear? Miss Kitty, I've heard It said The Bridegroom (dejectedly) Look, Elegant I'ullmsn VttlituUd that h kiss without a mustache is like here the waiter has brought us rice Sleepers of Modera Pattern. an egg without salt. Is that so? pudding. Pearson's. For inspt or say information, address She Well, really, I don't know I fit AN K J REID, f X. H IIACO.V, A l.lttle Too Much. can't tell for In all my life I never or u. ' Af tot. DP. Arent, First Humorist How mnny jokes can I lcs(0. I Louisville. He Now, now, Miss Kitty! you write a day? She Never ate nu egg without salt J lie SURE Second Humorist (with dignity) Do Philadelphia Press. Denver. to ctll for fit. P&Tll you mean tho sort I print or tho sort The Horse's Hope. Route. j you print? Young Horse Nothing but work, They do not speak now. N. Y. work, work. I've a great mind to com- Weekly. mit suicide. A Misnomer. Old Horse Havo patience. When Miss Shorthalr You'd never think you arc so old that you can't walk, you'll be advertised as suitable for a our young woman's club had been In COURIER-JOURNAL lady to drive, and after that you'll live existence twenty years, would you? Prof. Longhnlr Indued I would, and in ease and luxury. N. Y. Weekly. It seemed to me that every one nt tho Is a ten ltf tight column dtmocralic Bewspspar. In the Hhcd lloat-meeting must be a charter inrmiwr. It contains the lei of everything going. HENThc Pastor (a dyspeptic taking din- Judge. RY WATTERSON Is the editor ner with tho family) Thank you, Mrs. To Uncle Bam. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. Brown. I'd like to have another piece If a name you want that's sure to be lucky. of tho pit--- , but I will havo to say no. The WEEKLY Let the next cruller b called "The Kenmaktt Willy Brown (In surprise) Goodness very liberal terras to agent , and givtt tree pretucky." Did your mother tell you not to No doubt hrr cutis would do terrible slaughter. miums for clubs Sample copies of the paper snd me! four page Premium And though full of holes, she'd never take address. Write to Supplsmrnt sent frse to any take a second piece, too? Puck. "Isn't this perfectly delightful!" she "I The Harbor's Little Joke. bco you wear a Grand y"wwv In Poor Health ps ' Brown's ex-- Iron Bitters 1 It Cures best-know- n WVWePASSi NOHTHWBBT twenty-live-ce- nt r Hltfliill -- non-pari- el X.OUISVIX.X.X It-- TO CHICAGO. THE WEEKLY COURIEH-JOURNA- e. tun Ktr Trios. In matrimonial anf-llntr, water. -- Life Tls often found the "catches" In the end are only Ultea. -- Puck. INDICTMUKT DEFECTIVE. Which every maid delights. a riN de sir.ci.n i:risoni: Tho COURIER-JOURNASemi - L CO. LOoIbVILLE, KY. The Weekly Interior Journal And The i eT Weekly -- Courier-Journ- al Will be sent one yesr to any addiets for SS W P WLATON, d W!sii 70, lnJMLi SffrVil rr FOB, SALE A I rO I AjJvZtVCTJaamltfv IAwlwHsrl ! proof-reade- Oscar Chambers Jones (with a frog In his throat) Paulino Mnllard, you have deceived me you nre not n woman with We with to sell privately our House and lot on a past; but a parvenue wot niver had Main street opposite the female College. House contains 6 rooms betlucs hall snd pantry and Is in time to have any past. There ain't no splendid repair Lsrtfe yard snd garden. A deJudge Blffbang (of Deadwood) You dramatic feellyg in a affection fur a' lightful home in every particular. contains 61 are charged with shooting your re- innocent and Inexperienced girl (with onThe farn , which I'ike and Joins acres, is silustcd K P. Woods. I. the Knob Ltck volver seven times into Rev. Amos a gasp) wo niubt part Truth. II Foster snd Mrs. Lawson list comfortable dwelling, necessary outbuilding and is well waterHow do you plead, Tweedledeede. apply to ed. Particulars and What He Wished. guilty or not guilty? MKH. HUGH KLID, Stanford. jilt Cobbs That was a pretty sentiment Bronco Pete Not guilty as chnrged young Mnshcr got off tho other night In tho indictment. when bidding Miss Plumpy good night. Biff band Not guilty, eh? Judge NATIONAL BANK Dobbs So! whnt wns it? Bronco Pete Yes, jedge; I may hcv Cobbs Ho said ho wished sho wns OK STANFORD, KV. seven bullets Inter tho Rev'rond shot Amos, but I didn't shoot no revolver locked up in his arms nnd tho key lost. Truth. Inter ldm. Judge. Capital Stock Necessity. Why He Proposed. Surplus Strawbcr I thought you were not "You wish me to be your wife? Why, going away this summer? Attention of the public it invited to the ftc I've known you only fifteen minutes." Singerly I wasn't, but my creditors that thu it the only National flank in Stanford "That is true, but I wished to give Under the provisions of the National Ilank one lady tho opportunity of saying, nro too numerous. are secured not only by ths capital Struwbcr I see. You nro going stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor as truthfully: 'This Is so sudden!'" amount equal so nway for your health. St. Louis Re- this Institution to the stock, by athat depositors ol Texas Sittings. sre secured fund of $400,000. public. Five sworn statements of the condition of ths bank art mads ea:i.,esrto the United Sutcs governtirent News. ment snd its assets are examined at stated times A Ilottoni 1'HCt. Mrs. Hicks You know tho girl who Doting Mother Tell me, professor; by government agents, thus securing addaitona and perfect safety to depositors. screeches next door? This institution, originally established as tho Is my son a deep student? Hicks What has happened to her? Deposit if Stanlord In iSj8, then None deeper, istd as the National Bank ol Stanford In iS6j and Professor (dryly) Mrs. Hicks Nothing; not a thing. again as the First National Ilank ol Shu's to bo tnnrrictl next month. N. ma'am; he's always nt tho bottom. Stanford in iSJt, has had practically an uninterJudge. Y. World. rupted enstcnceof t years. It is better supplied tn-- Residence in Stanford nnd a Small Farm. FIRST 8200,000 21,300 Ils-- H to-nig- ht to-nig- ht Concealment No Loncer Necessary. On Impulse. Mrs. Oldun Why, my dear, you look She No, Mr. Blunndcrre, I cannot entertain your proposal. Tho truth is ten years older aluco you wcro married. Mrs. Youngun And I am. You know I nm engaged to your father. for the He Why, tho old idiot! Indianapo- I havo been only twenty-twpast ten years. Detroit Free Press. lis Journal. Vain Itecrets. In Advance. Bagley But you didn't mnrry for "Don't you think tho man who marries for money is a fool?" "He is, money, did you? Brace Heavens, no; that's just it. Inunless ho gets it in advance." N. Y. World. dianapolis Globe. o and Judge And you nro accused of honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduMrs. Jackson 'Rnstus, denh, does yo' ciaries, firms snd individuals respectfully toilethrowing a mug of beer nt the plnlntlff. ted. b'liebc In do survival ob do flttlst? Defendant Anybody who knows me The Dirtctory of this Ilank it composed oi Mr. Jackson Suttlnly, love; suttinly. Wa-aden, yo bettah will tell you that that Is inconceivable. Forcstua Iteid, Lincoln county; Mrs. Jackson S.T. Harris, Lincoln; Fllegcndo Blatter. git yo' llfo insured termorrer. Judge. J. II. Collier, Lincoln; l, End of Mr. Jackson's Money moon. An Absurd Accusation. now with Isciiitles for transsctin( business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. H. llaughtnan.l Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; . 8. Hocker, President; Jjo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinoey,Asi. Cashier T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner.JMcKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt.Vernon.Ky tfflciLr! j.l SfflT?3' &mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ooiusit foreolo, olor. $7. Danks, tho Jow- - 3tanfokd, Ky., - Jpni: 21, 1895 er aaw at Dunks, tho jeweler. A Tub prettiest A. D. colfbe cups you ov- tension hns luun granted Mr. E. C. Walton, Business Manager ker G. Kout, of tho West End. PERSONAL POINTS. Wnl- - THE GLOBE STRICTLY 5 " Mr. J. F. Cummins has appointed Mr. F. B. Hownrd, ol tho Wayneaburg section, deputy county clerk. Mi8. E. G. Waller continues very sick. Wk nro overstocked on saddles. Come Maiik Haudin mnde a business trip to in and get them cheaper than over Lexington this week. M. 8. & J. W. Bcughman. Mns. U. N. Kollek wont to Louisvillo Bargains extraordinary. All China Wednesday to visit friends. .Mil. 11. 0. Dkyk, of Huston vlllo, spent and wash silks that were 10c, 50c and f0c now go at 25c. Severance & Son. several days with relatives hero. Miss Annie Oiikkn has been confined Don't fail to attend tho Phonographic to her room several das by illness. Concert at Walton's Opera Houbo SaturMit. and Mits. John S. IIuoiihb went day night, 22J. It will prove an enup to Hock Castle Springs yesterday. joyable entertainment. . . Kldkk Joski'H Sevkhaxci has return-froTiik order of the Maccabees ia still preacher. Lexington a Miss Kkssik Buknsidk, of Gorrard, is growing. Messrs. M. F. Elkin and M. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. C. Burn-sid- D. Hughes organized a lodge at Frank-to- rt with 33 members a few days ago. May Nkwland is tho guest Ms Etta Don't forget tho opening hop nt Lin ot Miss Ktta Jewell Spoonamore, near nietta Park Springs Capt. Hubblo. Richards, the genial manager, has made Mn. Ivan Fish went to Crab Orchard big preparations for it and you will have yesterday to spend a few days with his a good timo if you go. parents. . lUv. W. E. Ellis is spending a fow The Phonographic concert at Waldays with tho family of Mr. K. Cobb in ton's Opera Houbo Saturday the country. night, promises to bo a most pleasing Miis. J. K. Foiitman will assist Mr. P. entertainment. Tho admission price is II. Idol in his music storo. Shu will also only ircts. Come and bring your famteach her music class there. ily. . M lis. Matt Woodson, o( Middlcsboro, Nath Mt Kinney's bicycle broke while came down yesterday to visit her pa coming down a steep hill on tho rents, Mr. and Mrs. O J. Crow. piko Tuesday night and he Mihsui LinLitiioow and Laura Boatty, who have been the guests of tho MisseB was thrown to tho ground with much Feland, left Wednesday for their home force. His face and hands were badly scratched and ho was bruised in various in Louisville. Miis. Sallib B. Johnson, of Louisville, places. . and Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt, of Charleston, Mr. Ed Shkhman, the gonial and comW. Vn., are with their parents here, Mr. petent master of trains on tho O. S., sent and Mrs. J. 11. Kout. with his compliments a special parlor Mn. B. II. Dankh was at Clinton, car to Junction City for tho editor and Tenu., this week. He tells us that his his bride to use over his road. Tho genbrother-i- n law, Manly Tyreo, is doing erosity of this clever oilicial will not nicely in the photograph business. soon be forgotten. Mn. W. S. Mvxks, of the Wrought W. II. Brady found another tarrantula Iron Hinge Co., was on Tueday'e train bound for Crab Orchard, whero ho will in a box of bananas ho was opening the spend several weeks with his child- other day. This is tho fourth one he has run across lately and he has about ren. 1'hok. Lkslik 0. Boslky, who last year come to tho conclusion his city houso is taught a good school at Campbellsville, trying to dump off its supply of the poisprincipal onous things on him. has been employed as of Centre Collego Academy for next sea Owing to the fact that nobody appearslon. Prof. Bosley brings to his new poed against Asberry Elliott for shooting sition a combination of practical experiJosh Dye and bolieviug that it would be ence and natural skill as an educator. grand jury take Miss Linda Payne Titkkii, of Stanford, bettter to let tho next cognizance of the matter, Judge Carson Is visiting hor cousin, Miss Rachel Kelly. ordered Mr. Elliott to go and sin no Advocate. more. Dye, who was shot iu the leg, is getting well. CITY AND VICINITY. be-for- o. m full-iledg- ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, MID-SEASO- N SALE! e. BARGAINS UNSURPASSED. Good Goods for Little Money. LOT 2. Suits unequalled in Styles andj All wool Suit, good colors and Texture, formerly $15, $13.50, now ia Dries, iormeriy $a, $10, now 1. ; ... LOT $10. $7.50. LOT 4. illo LOT 3. Trrmorted Clav Worsteds, best As sood as anv mfimha.nf-- , .n.i"irvn trimmings and best workmanship can make or fit for $35 or $40, we sell now at formerly $20, $18, now $12. LOT 5. $15. ... LOT 6. Straw Hats sold formerly for 50 Straw Hats, formerly $1.00 and $1.25, now and 75 cents, now ... 50c. Four-in-han- d 50c. Miss Kate Blaim lella us that the next examination fcr white teachers will be cles. held on Fiiday and Saturday, July 5 and Wkddiko presents ar Dunks, tho Jew- (1. and for colored teachers a week later, elcr. 12 and 13 The result of the Juno exBicycle for sale cheap. See J. K. No- - aminations was, four first grade, nine vius at Stanford Roller Mill. second, 10 third, for whites, and two The LouiBvillo Store is being greatly first, five second, four -third, for colored . improved by a coat of paint. Skiik Gale the darky, who is serving Boh.v, to the wife of James Milburn, 30 days in the Pulaski county jail for stealing a saddle from Mr. J. P. Ballard, on Wednesday morning, a girl. of this county, was brought here Tues'. Fhuit Jars bought before the advance day by Special Deputy Thomas Scott to A Revs. E. J. Willis, of Louisville, and W. much needed rain fell yesterday. and sold at very low prices. W. II. testify against tho darkies Poindexter " TT J. Howe, of Somerset, will assist the pasWearen A Co. and Leo for corn stealing, but the caeo The L. & X. will soil tickets to Louis- tor, Rev. W. T. Brooks. Mrs. Dr. Gill will was continued until next court, and ho villo at one fare for tho round trip on convey to Miss Ethyl Bba.ley will give a tea was taken back to servo out his fine. 24 and 25, good to return until tho Collego of the Bible, at Lexington, tho 23. this evening in honor of her guest, Miss the 29th. This reduction is made for the residence and ground on the HusDickinson, of Middlcsboro. Jenuie Tiik following whs found written on . benefit of those who wish to attend tonville road just south of this city. m the back of a wagon which came through the democratic convention. This property is valued at 510,000, and Tiik Christian Endeavor of Junction tho this place Wednesday. Tho occupants the conveyance is voluntarily made by City will give a lawn fete on Friday "wild and woolly West" The following oflicers Mrs. Gill in accordance with the exnight, 2Sth. Ices will be served nud the had tried tho .AT. and were evidently not much pleased wero elected Wednesday night to serve pressed wish of the late Doctor Gill, her ydtnlssion feo will bo 15 emits. with that Nfction of tho country: "Ne- tho ensuing six months, beginning July husband. Advocate. Come in and see my line of clothing. braska for starvation, Colarudo for irri- lBt: Al II. Severance, Past Commander; The Boston camp meeting, on the They are cheap, they are stylish, they gation. Kansas for stagnation and pop- Jou F. Waters, Commander; R. L. Da Kentucky Central, will be held from Hell and damna- vison, nro good. If I can not tit you in ready ulist administration. U. G. Y ine, June 27 to July S. Twelve ministers made goods, I can order you a suit. Look tion, I'll go to old Kentucky to my Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, have been engaged. Prof. Fogg will nt my large and select lino of samples. wife'B relation." Finance-KeepeA. J. Earp, Chaplain; have charge of tho music, with between W. II. Shanks. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Tent Physician; T. 50 and 100 singers. July 3 will be chil Circuit Coukt. The caso ol Alex M. Xewland, dren's day and on the 4th a bicycle Ber-- , Tiik Masons ol the West End aro al- Traylor against John Traylor, his broth- J. Teater, Sergeant; K. Mieir, 1st Master mon by Rev. E. S. Uflbrd; also a drill by ready making preparations for their pic er, was given to the jury at 3:30 Tues- Master at Arms; John 2d Master of tho Kentucky State Guards. Address nic at Hustonville, on July 1th. Hon. day altornoon. After remaining out a of Guards; John Watson, Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, Guards; R. G. Jones, Sentinel; Al Sev- Rev. T. W. Barker, Falmouth, for par- J. Proctor Knott and Rev. J. M. Wor- - couplo of hours h verdict of $100 for the erance, Picket. ticulars. rail, of Danville, will bo tho principal plalntiil was found. 11 o sued for sneakers of the day. A Fearful Cask of Rafk. George "W. P. Walton and wife, Stanford, Wednesday was taken up with civil Sprinkles was tried bdfore 'Squire Ed- -' Tiik ealary of PofctmsBter J. W. Rout Ky.," is an inscription registered at the has beeu decreased from $1,100 to $1,300. cases, most of which were of minor im- miston at Crab Orchard Tuesday, on a Grand Hotel. The legend tells a pleas-- j &c, &c, Postmaster Hamilton at Lancaster gelB portance. writ charging him with rape on his 15 Ing story of tho love and marriage of one Howard Dcatherage for shooting Sher- year-ol;100 added to his salary, while- those at daughter who several months of the State's most popular Middlcsboro and Pinevillu catch a do- - man Bruce, also colored, was lined 150. ago married James Johnson, of Roekcas- -' and prosperous newspaper men and one Judgo Sautley passed sentence yester tlo couuty. Ho was held over till next ol her most accomplished and creaso of 100 each. charming First Week in June. day on Isiah Smith, the darkey who was circuit court in 500 bond, which ho holies. Mr. Walton is editor and proMit. W. II. Shanks gavo a 0 o'clock given IS months in the pen for shooting failed to give, and was placed In jail. tea nt his pretty homo on East Main prietor of the Stanford Interior JourWill Dunn. His daughter, whose namo is Dollie Jane nal, a flourishing and e y street, Tuesday afternoon, in honor of JohnBon, testltlod that for three years paper, ranking among the strong-- I tho Misses Woods and their gueBt, Miss young people "SToninr". Sixty-fiv- e raped her whehever the eat and most processive journals in KenAlien, of Millersburg. A dozen or more "stormed" Miss Martha 1'axton Kout her father had presoutod, as a general tucky. His brido was Miss Mattie Owsof his friends were preocut and enjoyed Tuesday night and had n charming time. opportunity thing choosiug the time when her moth ley, of Lincoln county, a daughter of Mr. Shanks' hospitality. Miss Rout "caught on" to tho inten- or was away from homo. She stated r Hon. John S. Owsley, Sr., of tha historfriends, and prepared Ukohoe Wilder, of Rowland, was tions of her young that she begged and plead with him, but ic family of Owsleys. The wedding oc consisting of ices, without avail. Sho was afraid to tell her iVned ISO iu Judge Davison's court for a delightful lunch, cured at Mr. Owsley's country home a pistol at F. M. Ayors, a brick fruits, etc., which was served at 11 mother lest her father would kill her as Walnut Flat, yesterday pointing morning. Imwhich was partaken of with Iih had threatened to tako her life if Bhe I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and mason. Wilder then sworo out n writ o'clock and much relish by her guests. Miss Kout ever revealed tho fearful fact. After her mediately following the coromouy Mr. on easy monthly against Ayers for using obeceno and payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser and Mrs. Walton were brought to Cinabusive language in tho presence of la- was assisted in entertaining by her bister mnrrlac Q she told her huaband all and cinnati in a special coach placed at Mr. best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line Miss Sue and Mr. Jack Kout dies and at his trial before Judgo Bar- - and brother, ho was Instrumental in having the writ and it iu hardly necessary to add that issued. Sprinkles is about 40 years old Walton's disposal as a compliment from of goods as can be found any where in the land. Rowland, ho was fined 20. uett, of i the work was well done. It was almost and there aro thoso who think hid mind the Southern Railroad. After a few days I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever in Cincinnati .Mr. and Mrs. Walton will delighted guests deTub "stonners" got in their work on 1 o'clock when is unbalanced. make a tour of tho Northwest, goirg sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Ueorgo Fnrris Wednesday night when parted and they then did so with decid2?" Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. first to Chicago and Milwaukee. They CHURCH AFFAIRS. some 23 couples of young peoplo called ed reluctance. Tho young ladies who will epend eomo weeks about Manitoba ocMrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking were present from a distance were: on bun iu a body. Ho was equal to tho Eld. Joseph Severance has been en- and other cool resorts. Cincinnati this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue casion, however, and made them have a Misses Lucy Allen, Millersburg, Lizzie to preach twice a month at the Commercial Gazette. good timo. A splendid lunch was served, and Mattie Thompson, Lancaster, Mary gaged teaching as before. Address Manchester, 0., Christian church. Blytho Anderson, an adherent to a uood deal of courting waa indulged in and Frances Adams, Georgia Nowburn, A protracted meeting will bo held a Schweinfurth's doctrine, while on a and tho light fantastic was tripped after Hustonville, Annie Bronaugh Engleman, church, beginning July Bpree at Lexington, bit a snake's head off older members of the family had re Shelby City, Jennie Dickinson, Middles tho Turuersville the 2d. Dr. John A. Brooks, of Memphis, on a wager. boro, and Sidle Lillard, Bristol, Tonn. tired. Tky Danks, the optician, for spectn- - - Shirts sold formerly 50c and 75c, now 39c, Cotton Pants 60c 75c and $1, worth twice the money; all these warranted not to rip' and Tecks, as good as anyFINE NBOKWBAR. you for 50 and 75c, we are selling- now for 25c body can sell Don't forget our line is full of choice goods. Give us a call Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. No trouble to show goods. Polite and courteous treatment to all. THE GLOBE STIOTLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, J. L. Prohman & Co., Danville, Ky. " to-da- y WEDDING PBfflHENT Mac-cahee- ... Liout.-Commaude- r; , Record-Keepe- r, DANKS, THE JEWELER. r; ... Wagon Material, Rims, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, W. H. WEAREN & CO. j J5,-03- 0. ... i - j blue-gras- s AT MEBUCBB PMKOHSo wide-awak- semi-weekl- i PIANOS and ORGANS. ' j to P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. wb?j H AT JJ11 Mil, STARTING HOUSES IN A Muslccs A RACE. llDbbT Now Cigars. -- ' 'Published Every Tuesday and Friday $3 IMCR YICA.TI. IN A3l ViVNOlC WWhen not to pud S2.50 will be chanced." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tlmt la llndly Mnnazctl la Tlil Country. It is a uincli imrdOr disk to stnrt rnci liorsos na wo rnco in this country than in Kngliuitl, Fnuicc, Austriii or Australia, wlioro tho inico is very slow at tho Mart, mid a length or two advantage when tho (lug falls does not count for -- much. With us, and especially of lute Crab Orchard, Ky. years, shico tho system of short dashes has beconio so popular with horso ownMeet all Trains,nliht and dy. Patrons taken to any part of town Kiee of Charge. L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. ers, which, by tho way, hiw had such a Good Livery Attached. FW et Hotel Ss.oo per iniluonco on tho iniproe-lnont.o- f Ko. Train going North 11 37 p m depressing day. A. It 11AS11N, l'rop. " " .. No, 95. tho blooded horse, tho style lias 3131m " South No. 25, ta 04 p m been to ride pollmollfrom the start, yinl ' " No. iispm races aro won I and lost very frequently QUEEN & CRESCENT. when tho Has falls. .Tntisnipnt of paco is fast becoming u lost art, and even our Tract pass Junction City at follows: in llavinc. decidwl to move to my gist best jockeys now, with very raro excep- fits. 8 a m No a North Ho. t Soxth ...... it. Stanford, Ky., have a detirahlo sterc.hauso in ...3 j(pm "Hold your tongue!" he shouted. " 3 ' ....u 15 am ' 4 ' pm tions, have no more idea of raco riding I will sell ...1.35 the biolnesa portion of Rowland which " 5 " 6 " am or rent at a reasonable price. Kor Inlormntlnn ap...315 am Sho simply looked at him. " 9 " ...... 1135 840pm ' 10 " ..600 a m than to get away well and take the , ply to, T. C. HALL Note. No. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run uo fu- shortest courso homo in tho quickest he"I don't think you aro quito well," added, apologetically, "and I merely rther than Junction City, nor on Sanday possiblo fashion. Consequently every boy becomes imbued with tho idea that asked you to hold your tonguo out." N. Y. World. to win ho must get off in front. It is .1 fact slilch nil lending physicians Tho reader can easily picture to himLnttcr-I.'u- y Luxuries. .Dealer in out that self tho tho past when there aro Fashionable Physician You will admit,recover nine times the of ten a jMtient will assistance of .1 without 15 to SO horses, many of them ridden havo to give up your city life, Mr. Mildoctor. With themhnnceof Rcnerul knowlby boys not iG years of ago, all of whom lion. edge people understand better what to Uo havo been told somo of them witli Kv. Wealthy Patient I will travel !n for themselves. Medicine in themsehes can not cure; Nature alone enn cure but threats and others with promises of Europe a few years, if 3011 say so. Take help largo rewards to get tho best o'f tho rhysician It would bo better foryou mrdkinc us sayNature.liAve sick an illustralie.id.icln-you tion. Let start. Any visitor to our raco tracks is to stay here and conduct a. model farm. occasionally, with illumes, sour stomach Nashville, Tenn., College for Toung Ladies. familiar with tho sceno at tho ixxst. Wealthy Patient Oh, I can't alTonl and Iom of appetite. You do not need to go to a doctor, for every one will tell you it Half a dozen horses will rush away at a that. N. Y. Weekly. is biliousness, anil that ulmt you need is a falso break when thero is no possib'o liver pill to cle.in out the bowels and arouse Curuulntlsu Kvlricnro. Rov.'.Geo. W. F. Price, D. D., Pros., chnnco for an equitablo start, and when the torpid Iier to action. At ft social gathering, tho conversathoy como trotting back and beforo they in this case you can buy many different Mrs. S. 0. Truehoart, Formerhavo had timo to wheol and get into tion being on llaalam's ass, Gus Do kinds of liver pills, but the best course is to Smith remarked: secure the liver pills anil also some TONIC ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prinlino those that remained behind the "I believe that animals can talk. I PELLETS for purifying the blood and first timo will dash out and run perhaps cipal. am suro tlmt nowadays asses talk, just toning up the sstem, so tlmt you will not iuu yards, leaving tho ilrst squad in like Balaam's ass did." be troubled again. their places. This goes on indefinitely. You can get both of these medi"So I hear," said old Judge Pcterby. Three Hulldiniri. room fi.r toe, bosideri Faculty Tho publio is also familiar with tho of 40 OrKcert. Teachers and Lecturers Patience cines, in separate boxes, for one price Texas Siftings. Irom entire outh l'rivilre in VanOeibilt sight of ouo or moro horses standing U5 cents) if you ask your druggist for Absolutely Puro.i Artsmdlo MuK Contertamrv Naturally MuECmta Itself. motionless somo lengths behind their Kitic ratseDgrr I levators, lcrm bKlu I.ivcr I'illM Together they and A cream of tarter baking pow- competitors. Tho starter asks tho riders "Hero is ti letter," said tho new biliousness and constijiation. cure ept, t, i&vJ. bend for Catalogue. laggards tho clerk, 'La der. Highest of all in leavening of waithorses in advauco of tho thoir po- postal Esq., Col.' "addressed toforgot mo At nil dealer or mull, for 25o ,Bboxn$! OO to Bear, The writer uin.i they havo taken to Latest United States sitions. Kach lwy seems to think it is put on the name of the post ofllce. What strength. BllOWN MFO. CO.. New York. s Government Food Report. his bouuden duty to walk his horso shall I do with it?" Law, Attornoy Cripple Creek," "Send it movo those tho rear attempt 5 IIOI.I5AM, - BAKING POWDER CO., when a walkin and to break awaytomadly postmaster.to Chicago Tribune. .said the SOYAL SI up at 106 Wall Street, New York. Is a candidate for Supeitutrnd'nt of Schools of if an at tempt is mado by thoso bohiud Poor 7..cclr! Lincoln county, smnct 10 the actiou of the Dc- to como up on n ran. I.sneater Street, oppoite the Court Jinks For a professional humorist, uHKracy. Noeiubcr election. iSv5 cspecUl !trtit..n M Home. Collections A starter should havo n thorough Mr. Zaggles looks remarkably knowledge of racing, should bo a man and melancholy. V. S. BURCII, The following farmers have potted their lands of n high degreo of intelligence, bo Binlcs Yes; you see everyone who has will S. "ad hunters and trappersJOHNplease take notice. of eyo and hand, and, abovo all, quick of Public A. Is a candidate for Superintendent TL'RXHl'LL bo of children insists upon tolling him all tho Scheols of Lincoln county; subject to the action unimpeachable integrity. Tho issue of smart little things they say, in tho hope of the Democratic party. Surgeon many thoands of dollars, ofttimes ho will put them in tho papers. Life. A. G. Lanhair a.Ctitltonan. Jo&a Dentist, hundreds of thousands of dollars, is deI can will take the HIFM7Q farcathorlaall Hadehides leathernet Nothing .Mean About Hint. on lor cided by tho fall of his red flag, aud it Ky. Mr. Outers (boarding in tho country) court days at Stanlnrd oral my hone In Olten- is his duty to seo that every horse, no lelm. Chas Lnnslic lauaer. wsley Office over McKocrts' It. K M ire in the Mr. Oatcake, I didn't come out here matter by wnom no is owned, has an llulMli ,; to bo fed on canned vegetables. equal chance when ho leaves tho iost. Farmer Oatcake (stoutly) Waal, misEvory effort is mado to catch tho horses : : that in motion and on as nearly oven terms ter, I proposegood my city guests shall from me as they have OF THE hASON, as possible. Tho eyo must tako in tho alwuz git as field in a twinkling, aud if tho judg- to hoine! Harper's Bazar. Had No Mind to Lose. ment is that tho start is satisfactory tho 21, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. & C ASTLEM hand will act in unison with tho eyo Budelcy Canesucker Doctor, If I Offers hti services o the perpl ol West Linnud tho brain, says tho Now York Snn. were to loso my mind, do you supposo AT- MANAGERS, coln and Casey Counties lull slock of Coffins Very often horses aro in bad places, I would be aware of it myself? and Caikrts always on hand. QJ D N Carpenter, Manser Dr. Boless You would not. And LINNIETTA PARK SPRINGS. Ttommerce Building, Louisville aud what might look to bo a good start from tho grand stand would bo a poor ono very likely none of your acquaintances public is cordially nulled The Agents throughout the South. TWOS UlCHARDS. Maniger in tho judgment of tho starter, and tho would notice It either. Testis Siftinxw V3t flag does not fall. Criticism follows, W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, and generally it is of tho harshest and STANFORD, KY. most unjust character. Somo horses aro Proprietors of., quicker on their feet than others and will mako a good start look liko a poor xmcl 0110 through their ability to get under STANFORD, KV. way much moro rapidly than their comOnly Dnect LiLe lletween '(ib'stf! petitors. A good start when tho flag svlnr b mess and added new buggies ad horses, we are drops becomes to tho unthinking and prepared to furnish ignoruut n poor start, and abnso is Shortest and quickest between Is Receiving HIb FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS head of tho official. STrsnkfort, Georgetown and Paris, heajwd upon tho timo mechanical s From timo to On short notice The travehnK public will fijd Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthiana, : : t' : us always ready and willing to turnuh for starting raco horses havo lecu Falmouth and Covington. wagons, cither single or double, or Carriinvented, but they havo not been pracCVsk for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains ages of ad kinds at ery LOW I'RICtS. The run by Central Standard Time. boys in and around town will alto find us the peotical and havo not achioved success. A Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Time TabU June a, 1895. ple to deal with. Stop with us when in town at swinging gato to bo raised by electricity courts and entertainments and your hortc and veNo. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. was spoken of somo timo ago, but frachicle will be well cared for. a. m. p. m. p. m. O.lt. COOI'KR tious thoroughbreds could not bo got 00 Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. 4 00 Lve Franklort A 7 00 S; ao ' Elknorn near it. Tlicro aro, again, horses that 41a a3 '" Stamping u round 7711 430 a148 aro not to be controlled at times, and 15 " GeorgetownI!... 7 47 4 47 A.Vrr. C. S. Depot collisions with tho obstaclo would un3 4 59 7 55 SPRING AND SUMMER. 8 30 C Paris 4 co 5 35 doubtedly Ikj of daily occurrence. Thou, Something.to Beautify'.the Ladies. too, it would tako months of drilling to TRAINS WEST, No. a. No. 4. No. 10. Nc. 8. get horses to overcome tho idea that thoy a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. C 600 Lva Paris New Hats, flowers and lacesl 440 945 wero not going to run into tho gate. Daily openinuig M C. S. Depot . y wil 6 4a 10 17 Wc gle the assurance to the trade that 6 40 This and many other objections can " Georgetown U 10 1,3 6 aj J 55 104s find in our ctubltihnicnt the nine enlumcnett a3 improved for 185 and 7 " Statnp'g Gro'd 11 16 703 against this system. A western Greatly In style of paiternt, hats and bbiioets and all tho " Klkhorn 7 :$ 7 aa lea'ilng novi'llltsin Millinery for which we inventor has patented a gato to bo low 8 15 LA i niTrji "7- worthyof consideration. Art Frankfort A... n 30 7 35 Th throughout the country. 1 f ered beforo tho horses whilo they stand I hae securi! a firi-.l- s trimmer fur thcuu-son- . Thanking you lor past fators, wc respect at tho post, which may bo moved away your patronage heietofoie to ill crally SUNDAY TRAINS. fullr solicit M D DUKDrKAKoesUwed. fir .ave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort from them at a rapid rato of Bpoed by rQ hsji H7 KATfc DUUOKKAK Manager. electric power, tho barrier moving . i jo . V'ranWort 4 00 p m. ariivo Georgetown and upward at tho fiamo time. Ta Kentucky Midland Ra lway and connec-Uo- Horseman. Trains leave Stanford &rring at 4:30 p. m. and ait 7115 a m. and 3 p. m. 9:05 p. m. t. ', Sho got out of her carriago find iliri walked into the cigar store, atthcBamo time unfastening her coat. "I want a box of cigars for my husband, please. Let mo bee nil kinds." "Now hero oro somo goods wo can sell for eight dollars, and hero aro domestics from that down to two and a half dollars" said tho obliging clerk. Spoclmon Cubob. Sho looked nt them carefully. S. It. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach with "You may wrap up that box at two was d iord e rod, hislixcr wasalfecled to an alarm, dollars anil fifty cents," said she, with ing dejtree, appetite fell away aud he was terribly aud dignity. "I liko tho shado better. It reduced In rtesh cured strength. Threo bottles ei him. will about match his smoking jacket." Electtic Hittrrs Edward Shepherd, llarnsburir, lllln leg of eiuht years' standrunning sore on his Indianapolis Journal. ing. Cid three bottles of Klectrw Hit rs anscxen boxes of lluckleu's Arnica Salve and hd I11 tho Mnt Itouiiil. Speaker, CaUwbis ll' and lK sores It was the first quarrel after tho O., is sound large fpver John on his In;; Electric hl fnc incurable One bottle of decteri honeymoon. The bride was giving tho said he was one Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and young doctor, her husband, particular rlc Hitters entirely box by A R. Penny, drugSold cured him 1 D. W. Fuller, ol Canajoharie. N. Y., says that he t,.T, II r. Kine's New Discovety In the KOR SALK. heme aud his family would not be without It, If procurable, u. A. uyicetnaii uiurbi'ii v.aim, N. Y., says that Dr. Kind's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best .'ouj;n reuiftly; that he has Persons desirirg a place of this kind will tied it and It has used it In his family for eight r e. fnilc ,1 m .In ill ih.it is claimed for It. Why to their advantsje to call on or address, net try a rm.cdy so long tried and tested. Trla MRS. MARY K. SI.AUOHTF.lt, little Irce at A. K. Penny's Drug btore. Kcgu Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 lar sire 50c and $1.00. A HouBouold Troaauro. SB, W. B. FEinTST, Gresn Briar Springs Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, W. S Iltirch, Alt at Law ). ' THE BASTIN HOUSE, Opposite the I'ost-Olfic- e R. M. Newland, Deputy Sheriff. Burob. c& ITo-wland- , -' n-- m Concral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky Wc offer our set vlcts to the public to do a gen Accounts, unlet, etc rral CollcctiM; thislness. 11 tm collected 111 ail parts ol the county. NOTICE 1 store-hom- o Saving 25 Cents. Bsliorn ITour Cattlo. I will ko to any place where there are six or idoip cattle in rhorn. I do thfl work with the Ltghtnltg Dchuruer Can detturn any caw in thiee seconds. The knife inaketa clean, smooth cut, dots not crush tver break the ham, as the clipper does. Ills the orly humane way to dehorn Dimh not punish he animal like tho saw, and the wound gtts well as quick again at that made by the saw. Tor further Information, call on O. A. I'KY ION', MaofsrU, Kv. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. iai. J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, ROYAI All Kinds oi Coal, , s I am row ready to deliver tee .rom the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Kaettry ICE I At .jo Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over and.'Kc n pound for 10 pounds and up to lbl. Hilli due'.lttef each month K. HREMKR. Stanford. 8akih6 POWDER TO TECB LADIES spring list. M1SSLICCIE IIEAZLEV, SUnf.rd, Ky I Uamou'sTouic IeIIcts. . tlvifl-nanu- My Mdllnry Sio.k it fill au I ooibLu, CiH ami eaamine aad yu will he sure ! buy a new -- n w. s. btjtrch:, JAMES an ford, at Kentucky. THE LATJIES CORDIALLY l.ig : POSTED. INVITED well-trlrt- sad-eye- d PRICE, ' &m S S To call tnd examine toy Spring Millinery, which I iw opening jp I piUc mytclf that It Is and that It it bound Is pleat. HavtBg bought li.i ctth and drtrrmmtd to tc4f far cash, 1 cantril atthelQweai postlble liilcc. An cuulaauou will couvmce jou. MRS A. A. McKIN.VLV. J"NKS. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 1 Sinn for d, j T 1 Nl., MCR. tearaiice Company First Grand -- Hop ' J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, JOSTE3 BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Dean t lllack Dianood Roo Pamt Ktiimatet furmtned for Hlnilag Wod, Metal and lion Kcurt hai'faclii)ti (iuarantevd. All loots paiutrd uh D.au's IKack DiaSMmd Paint guaranteed fur years Dealers In cis crn Pumps and (iaivauwtd Iron filters. Sole proprietors Stanford, Ky. MSBEE Atf Friday Evening, June bn m G. B. COOPER, A. C. Sine, Successor to 3.RUPLEY,-- 3Iy. Midland R'y Cincinnati and Frankfort twtawtH mmhwjfr- Livery Feed Stable, nppli-aiice- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS I will carry a general stock of Huildiog rial and by selling Male- - Drum-iner- FOB, CASH 01TL"2r, Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ever been olfetcd here. I would ca.l special attention to 1 1 Mm 185 e WIRE and SLAT FENCE in tho msrket Mideof OaklPickets the chcapnt and best fence - Process IRON AND STEEL; ROOFINGMill work atCity Prlctf. . th-- -- The Myers House, IMW. UIIEKN, Proprietor. lv) They have Proven a Success. - Stanford, I am still running this will continue to gite my w-- : n Kontucky. Hotel and alien-na- m No doubt thousands of farmers and stock breeders would now liko to go into n good quiet corner and tako a horte-whito themselves. 'Twos ever thus. From four t five years ago tho wanton sacrifices of beef cattlo began. Beautiful Hereford and Shorthorn herds, fino AND enough for tho brush of a Rosa Bonheur, wero driven to tho shambles or shipped abroad at ruinously low prices. Cows and choice young heifers wero sacrificed along with tho rest. It seemed that breeders caicd for nothing except to get rid of their beeves somehow or other, they cared littlo how apparently. Tho SOLD TO POINTS: lato IMidy Morgan of tho New York ALL Times was one of tho faithful who warnOHIO, IHD1AMA, ILL1MOIS, ed tho stockmen to desist. Sho declared " fivo years ago that tho wanton sacrifice WISCOHSiM, of cows and heifers would result in loef famine. Tho warning was not heeded. MISSOURI, KAMSAS, Tho prico of cattlo was so low that it HEBRASK, COLORADO, scarcely paid tho cost of feeding them, breeders reasoned. They ul.o reasoned AHKAMSAS, CALIFORNIA, further, with a logic worthy of sheep, - TEXAS, that because this was- so it would always bo so. Well, they havo found out their HmB-WB- H SB WBff, MIB-WH- T, mistake. Perhaps somo of them will learn what very careful, seusiblo farmers FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS know beforo, that when a man raises an AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. article that everybody must havo ho (should stick to it straight along, year in -T- HE BEST ROUTE TO THE nml year out, regardless of tho fluctua tion in price. There will always bo shortUltlMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, sighted men enough to becomo discour ' " SLEEPING AND DINING CARS aged and quit tho field. Now let tho cattlo raisers orgauizo tho SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE stitrcet of combines. MRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl Tho country is to bo congratulated on CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. tho fact that Jamos Gordon Bennett has DescripUl becomo tho champion of tho trotting Writo for Rates. Mar. tunphlcla, to any Station Agent, or to horso in Europe This means much. For M. r ALLCNHULL, W.. PCVIll, Dlt. .tr it. Trilif Tm. if tho trotting mooting at Nice Mr. Beu-uctllucrrlft. "" "BIS.O. B015UKE.TA. gavo $3,000 in prizes. UOAOKE.Ti. form the shortest and cheapest route to all fotaats South, East, North and West. tPsr further information apply to their agents. C. D. IIEUCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. GEO I) HARPER, Kecr& Gen Supt Frankfort, Ky KAvo fetocl: Notes. They arc beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. TO THE CITIZEITS The .New. ll at the belt the market auords. guatsthe pohtitt s p OBFOLK Guarantee Satisfaction Lancaster Planing Call and sec. Of Lincoln County. Special Attention' to tho Traveling Public. Mill, THE F. RILEY JJ. HOUSE Kontucky. ESTERS HIGGINS & McKINNEY, -- Lancaster, Ky., niLBY. I'roprlotor, THIS- TICKETS Is 1 SOME OF OUR PRICES: J" Is now n full operation, and invites the attention ot the builders uf Lincoln county to its material, I have moved to my new HoMl and am better Note superior workmanship and low prices. Srepared than ever to accommodate the public, attached and every convenienca df mad. Give me a call. London. - - - FRANK RILKV. I For You TO READ. Unless you are interested in bargains in Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes. This is the time when many houses are aiming to cut their stocks, but we have not forgotten you, so we are keeping up all lines of Spring and Summer Goods. We know you want to Pertectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at D. S. iinei hundrt'd. as 10 as $1 s J'tr hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding . at f i 50 per hundied. As low as i y per hutidrt-dKy., Allpatterns and thicknesses ot Ceiliui; In yellow pine, poplar, chestnut and an, as low ns ;i jj per Has more nice Furniture than was ever in llus- nunurcu. l'oublo dressed lumber as low as j per .'i0" pr".,,A ,,uKf'". Surreys and hundred, lleautilul ellow piue finishing lumber, Phaetons. MoiorooU Cultivatori, Wagons. Plows money by giving us you, iiVr.ir. ".- -. .V quarter oak, Ac. Save ""u, ""'psaud moro ....... . . -- ,u0 v, ' cvtr lcen f,cre orders. je in- Titei Hit public to call and see his stock aud Set T E LANCASTER PLANING MILL CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, 1 ,. 73 err L an auto M. S. 'THE HEALING WATKRV STILL FLOW KRO.M OLD IIaioiisiin. J. W. lUtollllAN Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery more than a century ago, these famous Springs hae given ' ealth and pleasure to a mighty army ot Invalids and Tourists from all paits ot the world. The Spriugs are M.S.&J.W.Baughman, I'KOfKIETOHS . NORTH AND EAST. ZEXep LIVERY, FEED & SALE STADLE, Stanford, Kontucky. loVme,!' If you need livery give us a call. IUnronuOrUUW,,U"V0 Ur And we arc prepared to assist you. Now Open lor Reception of Guests. Howling, Illlllards, Dancing. Driving, i'ishiDi, Outdoor Games, Good Mutic, New Livery, An Excellent Cuisine, And all that goes to make your lsit enjoyable. lloatlng. Nothine ". but Parasols, Fans, Low Shoes, Lawns, White Goods, Underwear, &c See our bargains in Silks at 25c HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Hatneat Bri-di- et, Saddle, Ax repairing done bv ra4erchaannich,nou"eM,"njAu Lu"- TERMS MODERATE. Hoard and Rooms, 13 to Sis' per week. Ratej to Families and Soclt ties. For further information apply to Tlme-Table- s, l'-- tt SEVERANCE & SON. Special . BLACKSMITH SHOP. Prp., jr I j GUS HOFMANN, -- . ""ii Will guarantee flrsfdass workl and; ' tatltfactorr price. Tjy our ho.M ahoer. Jf- &tatm Xmrnstisfo; -r S33TtCisic mxxr .- aast stostatssaz, ;cw -- s