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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895062801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. vol. xxiii. t BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARO COUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1895. comb, of the celebrated "Holcomb Mia-- 1 KIOD'S STORE. W. S. FergiiBon bought of J. J. sion" CNtablUhment of Louisville, is the Mrs. W. I). Stagg went to Lebanon guest of Miss Florence Harris. Misses Walker a good mule for f 150. Ora Kay nnd Mary Rout have returned j Saturday to visit relatives. Died Tuesday in n few miles of LanDave Allen and Walker Lyon con' caster on tho Danville piko, Mrs. Yeak-e- y. from Georgetown College. Hev. Georce ' tinue culling our (locks and shipping Burial Wednesday in the Buckeye 0. Barnes and daughter, Mies Marip, lambs. were the guests while here of Mrs. C. F. Cemetery. Miss Annie Turpin, daughter of Died at Paint Lick in the 50th year Doty and family. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Frank, is reported dangerously ill of a of his Bge, an Irishman named Tom Cal- Hichardeon have returned to their home gastric ailment. lahan. Tho deceased whs once a resid- at Somerset after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. James Turpin after 43 years of wanJ. G. Sweeney. ent of tho city of Louisville derings and ndventures has returned to Dr. J. Lnpsley McKee. of Danville, his native hills, rich in experiences, obLIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. NO. 35 V llorsea mId at Jolinaon'a bbIo all the way from $7 to $20. K. II. Ilauun nud Bro. Pike apent Monday In Mt. Vernon. Dr. Percy Benton made n Hyiuj; trip down through Lincoln county this week. -- Dr. J. M. Clark and K. Walden are putting up a now drug Btora opposito J. Thomas Cherry') Btore. con There will be n Sunday-schoo- l Poplar Grove church vention held with injthia county next Saturday nnd Sun day. Mr. U. K. Evans, of Gnrrard county, called on our school trustees this week and lie said he desired to teach us a good school. W, II. Collyer and crew are with the Urodhead Holler Mill Elevator, the building is between 50 and GO feet above the sills. Mrs. 0. W. Turpln, of Uerea, Is vis itlng her daughters of this place, Mrs. J. W. Tate and Mrs. A. E.Albright. It S. Martin has gone to Junction City this week. MrH. J. G. Frith, who has been visiting relatives and friends in Lincoln nnd Garrard counties for the last 10 days, has not returned yet and Mr. J. G. is having the blues very much. It is reported that W. G. Cnpps, who is in jiil at Mt. Vernon, had a crazy spell last Saturday night and Sunday. He claimed that the jailer had turned his wife into the jail and that she had poisoned him, Ac. On last Saturday the church at Free dom in this county to which He v. V. G. Cuppa belonged, took from him his ere dentials and then excluded him from their fellowship. The church claimed that if Bro. Capps was Insane, that they did not need any insane prt'Rchers and that they could not nllord to live in with n man who would attempt to kill his wife, and then attempt to take his own life. So Bro. Capps is n thing ol tho past with the church. Mr. D. H. Totteu, while out in the Southern part of this county last week, reports finding a spring that allorded n qunnlty of yery cold water nnd Mt the mouth of the spring, which lie says was Borne three or four feet Buare, there was a continual ilow of cold uir which kept vegetation In constant motion, and which ho claims was cold enough to frewa a man to death in a very few minutes. Ho says he will try the temperature of tho air on his next trip and re port. , Alrtciiic on mo nu i " brigt's Grove, I miles from Brodhead. Preparations are baing made for one of the grandest picnics ever held in this part of tho country. Everybody invited to attend. Two bands of music, including the IS II. Cornet Band, will furnish music for the occasion. The chief amusements of tho day will consist of speechcaoe es, bicycle racing, shooting gallery, egg throwing at rackB, coon's head, Ac. It will hold until 12 o'clock at night and display fireworks, bo let uverybody come and have a good time. progress-ing'nlcely merry-go-roun- Money, Money, Money ! Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerthe loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoining counties- - Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full information and application, apply to n TO ZLiO-AJiT- JOHN H. S:iRB"2", lasurano Agent. WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY TtT" i The following is a list of fairs in Kentucky, with dates of meeting this year. Springfield, July 17- -3 days. Lebanon, July '24 -1- 5 days. Lawrencoburg, July 30 -- 4 days. days. Danville, Aug. days. Sharpsburg, Aug. KichohiBVille, Aug. 15 days. Campbollsville. Aug. 131 days. Versailles, Aug. 14- -3 days. Columbia, Aug. 120- -4 days. Shelby vllle, Aug. 20 -- 4 days. Winchester, Aug. 21- -4 days. Sbepordsville, Aug. 21- -3 days. London, Aug. 213 days. Maysville, Aug. 22- -3 days. Lexington, Aug. 27- -5 days. Bardstown, Aug. 27- -5 days. Barbourvllle, Aug. 27- -4 days. Franklin, Arg. 28- -4 days. LaGrange, Aug. 2S- -2 days. Williamsburg, Sept. 3- -4 days. Paris. Sept. 4 -- 3 days. Bowling Green, Sept. 4 -- 4 days. Louisville Trots, Sept. 0- -0 days. Elizabethtown, Sept. 10- -4 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 174 dayB. Paducah, Sept. 21 -- 5 days. days. Owensboro, Oct. Greenville, Oct. 0- -4 days. 12 01 0-- 15 m m Rome people seem to think that means that overy man with a silver dollar is entitled to exchange it for 10 gold dollars, and overy mau with a gold dollar has the inalienable right to exchange it lor 10 silver dollars. This would be a grand and glorious country, if that could be done. Tiaies. 10 to 1 "Tuk IuiiEi'rtKsaiiiLK Saxbv ."Sen 10 cents in stamps for a handsomo copy of the volume 'Snapshots," by the irrepressible Saxby, to W. O. HinearBon, gen'l paea'r agent, Queen and Orescent Route, Cincinnati, O. Send at once. Only a limited edition. It is claimed that Lake Erie produces more fish to the aquaro mile than any other known body of water. Little oak trees, an inch and a half high, are grown by Chinese gardeners, hey take root in thimbles. has made arrangements to preach here Among the guests of the Exchange to the congregation of the Presbyterian church during his vacation nt Centre Hotel Sunday night were Hon. Haney College. He will deliver tho union ser- Helm and A C. Dunn, of Stanford, who were on their return from the Huesell mon Sunday night. Elder George Gowen's sermon Sun- Springs. There aro four new buildings now day will he 'IMi ITnder tho Similitude of a Voyage." All are most cordially invi- going up in LIbertv Judge John residence, Dr. James Wesley's ted to attend these services, from which they never fail, when present to reap Wm. Wilkinson's and the now jail. Who says that our town is not on a big boom, some lasting benefit. Mba Amanda Anderson, of this notwithstanding the hard tiaies? Capt. J. A. Goodell started for Atplace, has been employed to teach the public school at Scott's Fork in Lower lanta, Ga., the 22d. It is understood Garrard. Mies Anderson is a good teach- that the building company of St. Louis er and an n proof of it, she taught tho which he represents is about to get Into a contract for building a SoOO.OOO courtsame school the past term. Miss Alice Lunsford, of this place, house and jail in that city. J. Boyle and George E.Stone, of this and Mr. Jasper Cox, of Point Leavel, county, and Wm. Stone, of Russell, all were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Wednesday evening at tho homo of started from here Monday to the demothe bride's sister on Danville street. Cer- cratic convention at Louisville. Boyle emony was pronounced by He v. F. M. says that he will while there take his'n in a golden cup, stirred with a silver Hill. The following democrats attenJed spoon. George and Bill were the State convention at Louisville this week: E. II. Walker, George Farris, We are requested by a member of Thos Dunn, J. M. Hothwoll, T. Colo VtheJanle Wash Institute to state that Gulley. Win. Bumhman, B. Brown, Jr., though the building was put up on court Bob Bhttis, Jas. Pearce, Henry Patter-boh- , day for a small debt against it, yet no Mike Salter, Joo McCormack. bid was mnde and that though there is a The farmers in and near Lancaster mortgage held by the Georgetown Colhave beon quite busy the past week har- lege on the property, not e: due, it will vesting their wheat, which we are sorry still run under the eamo management, to report ia quite inferior in many local- trustees, faculty, Ac Though somewhat ities, but tho barley harvest is over and financially embarrassed, it is hoped that the crop is pronounced good and the when times improve the Institute will clover also is said to be fine this season. come out all right. Mrs.S. D Hothwell, of this place, To young America tho country is adwhoso successfully managed Dripping vancing in civilization and enlighten-- ! Springs last year, has for this soason tak mom; but to us old timers it is retrograd en rhargH of the same inviting resort. ing in many respects. In our youthful An she Iiho proven herself so polite and days fighting men selected muster days, nccommodNting aa a landlady, we be- barbecues ami election days to fill their speak for her many boarders. She has hides with whisky and exercise their already had a number of rooms engaged belligerant qualities. It was then con of her for boarders. sidered dastardly to raise broils where The report from the Harrodsburg there w;ro women and children. But Democrat copied in the Courier-Journnow it is different. It is tho very place stating that Judge Sautltiy in the where this class want to show their celebrated breach of promise suit of E. fighting qualities. C. Stiver aeainst Miss Katharine West, A terrible tragedy happened at a of this county, would employ women picnic at Pellyton, across the line in jurors, is croating much amusement and Adair, Saturday. Dan Kida was ehot to discussion here. If Garrard women are death by John and James Crockett, aidrequired to serve it goes without saying ed aud abetted by one or two others. that they will see to it that Misa West About 4 or 5 balls entered his body, each has justice. one of three of them would have proved Miss Mary Harvey Woolridge, of fatal alone. It is also Bald that ho was Denver, Col., entertained a nice bevy of beaten over the head with a pistol after boys and girls at tho home of her grand- life was extinct. Both parties were from parents, Mr and Mrs. T. W. Held, on this county and there is muob exciteTuesday evening. The house and ment and feeling over the horrid affair. grouuds which at all times are pretty, on It was reported here Monday that the this occasion were visions of beauty as Crocketta had gone to Columbia and givthey Were so brilliantly illuminated. Al' en tnemselves up to the legal authorities was aglare with bright lights, rich colors of that county. It is diiTicult to get full and happy youthful faces. Tne party information how it occurred and ruporta was given and is a deserved compliment vary, therefore we will not attempt to to tho young lady on account of her pro- give details. ficiency during tho past term at school, Tho chairmen of the various preHev. George O. Barnes and daugh- cincts of Casey county met in tho court ter, Miss Marie, were made the proud house Monday, county court day, togeth recipient while here of a nico organ. The er with the two men of each precinct instrument bears this upon tho plate, appointed with them, for the purpose of "A Gilt From Our Garrard County deciding who was to be tho republican Friends." Mr. Barnes lectures Monday candidato for the Legislature in Casey and Tuesday nights closed his series of and Russell for the next term. It took meetings here. Wo are sorry to have 10 votes to make a majority on the plan reported there was to have been an ad- decided upon. After a number of ballots mission charged at these lectures, as were taken, dropping the hindmost can there was not. As we had been prev- didate each time, the Hev. J. Grider, of iously misinformed on the subject wo do Middleburg, got the requisite number not feel that we were to blame for get- and was declared the nomineo. A comting out the wrong impression. mittee of three was appointed to inform Win. E. Walker, of this him of the fact, and making his appear place, was tendered and has accepted the ance before the audience, he thanked nomination for representative of Gar- them tor the honor conferred upon him, rard county. Judge Walker ia a native and also made an address on the politiof Madison county, but has for many cal issues of the day, particularly on years pant been a resident of Lan- State a flairs. If there is any kicking caster. He with his wife and an inter done by the unsuccessful, your Middle esting family of sons and daughters re- burg correspondent will be apt to pry in side in their handsome home in the sub- to the matter and give you further infor urbs of this place. He was elected coun- mation. ty judge in 1SS2 and in Central Holiness Camp Meeting, Wil is now in tho revenue service under more, Ky., meets July 29th to August Collector Ohas Hodes. Judge Walker Otb, 1S95. One and fare for is a staunch democrat and is n Btrong tho round trip via Queen & Crescent evand active worker for his party. ery day of meeting from all points beElder Win. Walden, of Washington, tween Cincinnati and Chattanooga inInd., is at homo on a short vacation to clusive. Ask agents for particulars. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Walden, W. C. Rinearaon, G. P. A., Cincinnati, H. L. Lillard, of Bristol, Tenn., was 0. here Wednesday shaking hands with old Noting the present of a silver cup to Lancaster friends. Mr. Work, of Oxford, O., is the guest of his friend, Hor- a brother journalist, a Western editor ace Uerndon. Misa Mamie Uackley has says: "He needs no cup. He can drink returned to her home in Danville after a from any veseel that contains liquor, whether the neck of a bottle, the mouth abort visit to her cousin, Miss Lula Miss Douglass is visiting friends in of a pickle jar, the spile of a keg, or the Paint Lick. Miss Mary Beazley, of Stan- bung of a barrel." ford, is the guest of her uncle, Mr. B, H. Of the 27 royal families of Europe, Hudson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will two thirds are of German origin. ii Wherrittare guests of Mrs. Wberritt's Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, of VerTht best litre in the world for cuti, brumes sailles. Capt. Wm. Uerndon has return- tares, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tore, tetter, chap- hands, chilblains, corns and aU skin eruptions, ed from Crab Orchard Springs where be t positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It U to give pertect satisfaction or money has been for the benefit of bis health. guaranteed Pnce 35 cents per box. For tale by rsfunded. A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Miss Holcomb, daughter of Steven Hoi- Bel-den's al. al Ex-Jud- ge 1SSG-H- one-thi- rd Bat-eo- n. servations and nautical expletives with wbich he copiously emphasizes his nar ratives. A wedding in high life is imminent on Frye's Creek if the madamo isn't off her base in subdued inuendo. A fledgling of the Baptist clergy is reported party of the firBt part aud is certainly of Methodist extract if "Lorenzo Dow" counts anything in lists of a family's favorite names. Quite a mortality hasjpre vailed to almost extermination of the shoats of our end. It has been a long time since a hog died of any disease except cholera (?) but diminished rations and lice are responsible for loss in some instances only one of the many varieties which are invariably fatal whan coal oil and corn are withheld too long. Our vicinity was rarely so shocked as by announcement of sudden death of genial Jess Royalty. In Ills death Liberty sustains a loss she will be long recovering. The writer owed more of his always enjoyable viisits to Casey's capital to Jess than any other excellent citizens except your patriarchal correspondent and his contemporary Charlie Prescott. Old thing occasionally give way to the new, and the long established beef-c'u- b system of this progressive locality is of the past. Wo find it much the better plan to promise tho Phil Armour of a deposit, and draw, ad libitum, on Col. Bill Reid'a supply of the freshest, juiciest, tenderest and cheapest beef procurable anywhere nearer than the cattle markets of South America. Miss Julia Slope returned Thursday from Somerset after 10 dayB' visit to MIpb Berlin Enoch. Miss Burdette, of Lexington, spent a few days with relatives near herp. Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson, of Lancaster, are visiting their cousins, Bettie, Mattie and Jessie Powell, making a galaxy of an winsome youngsters as any blue crass boasts. Col. Hudd Knott, of California, arrived a few days ago on a visit to Kentucky relatives, and is now with a sister at Springfield. Aubrey Williams, of Harrodsburg, ia visiting his cousin, Horace Bohon, in our suburb and is bewildered by the fascinating girls be meets at every turn. One of our young gallants who was "fotch up" in the brush and presumes as unerring in home instinct as a shotei lately visited Texas and vicinity, Washington county, but he wandered aimlessly miles and miles over the wrong road, on return, hunting such landmarks as churches, tobacco barns and mountains which were conspicuous on the drive over. When he had drifted around to his starting point he met a resident who drew a map of the country, scored meanders in red, attached a string and will certainly be gratified to learn finally got home Bafe. that the Your correspondent knows something of the charming lassies he met first time on that trip and would condone his wandering from a railroad track. That farmers are justifiably pessimistic grumblers a much more propitious year than first half of '95 attests. Spring dawdled along till winter lapped over on Summer. Blackberry winter swooped down with unparralleled severity just before Summer, proper, exterminating early gardens, reducing to a the Btrawberry, raspberry and s blackberry crops, stunting and encouraging the voracious vermicular foragers which in many quarters devastated field and garden, reminding the faithful and impatient granger that, "there's no excellence without great labor;" the necessity of, "try, try again;" and truth of, "the third time's the charm. Rust and fly threatened wheat, meadows promised scarce a half crop, corn was just safely above clods when a miniature deluge Included this unfortunate section, denuding the uplands, submerging tho lowlands, sweeping fences, footlogs, sawlogs, lumber piles, wagons, water gates and indiscreet farm animals from their bases. Bottom fields of corn, wheat and oats are fiat as a flounder and many of last two hopelessly ruined. Our blacksmith's boat was adrift and be waded ashore with wife and babies, in fear of drifting indefinitely aboard a floating dwelling-housOur town square morning after the flood was suggestive of a city that had experienced dire seismic convulsions. The varieties of drift which obstructed can not be catalogued. Acres of best soil have been washed where they'll do tho least good, and the farmers find little solace in repairingand rebuilding fences to protect tbe little remaining of their crops, which gives feeble prom ise of profitable returns. One old citizen baa been found who saw the creeks higher, but doesn't remember ,he date. Hub-tonville AT WITHERS & HOCKER'S. Our line of Chairs, Picturs, Easels, Folding Beds, Suites, Couches, Window Shades, Carpets and Wall Paper is up to date. Be sure to see our line and you will be convinced that we carry THE line. WITHERS & HOCKER, Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. -- Stanford, Ky. of- - One Gallon "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you ONLY: $1.40 ".PER: GALLON, It is Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. W. B. McROBERTS, .Dealer in.. farm-hou- se lDMUra9 PAINTS, lTXg9 from sur- Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited rounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. st ANCHOR : STOVES, Anehor Steel Ranges, - And - The hill-bill- BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. y FARRIS & HARDIN THE BLUE-GRAS- S HERD OF jHHBESBHSJEflKkH ij3 Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Plg for tale from the best typei of Regit tere ieverl different State. Correspondence Solicited wbBHPE55M3wwN Breederi secured from tne best herili In nomi-nalit- y, Stock. blue-gras- J"AMJE tionize the retail trade. HUSTONYIIXE, KY. FMYffi. 1 I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluThe prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. rubber coat $1.50 worth S3. A good black slicker 25, very Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth SS5- - Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor S15. for S12.50 to $1.5, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods made are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. fine GUiOTiEiiiisra-Si. e. variety of style and quality and I know Woolen dress goods in way down below their actual value and will sell them that I own them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock; A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 sequel Buy and sell for Cash."" worth S3. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. DRESS GOOIDS great ! JThe JL iEMI-WEEK- Stanford, W. m Rev. Greon, of Michigan, preached Mies Lizzie Williams, of Owonsboro, :went all the way to Oklahoma to meot at tho .Congregational church Sunday morning, her sweetheart, Capt. John JameB, Jr., Misses Seams and Taylor, of Iron-toand Inst week was married to him. O., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. For the firet timo since the Wilson Of Summer Goods at the- tariff bill went into effect there will bo DeLanoy. Mrs. J, L. Whitehead has gone to a surplus in tho treasury at the end of Washington city to see her father, Gen. June, of something near $2,000,000. Green Clay Smith, who is very sick. The United States Court of Private Dr. P. A. Pennington is at homo burned. Land Claims Wednesday dismissed a Lieut-Govern- or Damian Hauser, aged 92, who took case involving n claim to 130.C00 acres of from Louisville where he has beon atIs in full blast now. Hundreds of bargain seekers have visited our part in tho fight in which Joseph Smith, land in the Slesilla valley, occupied by tending tho hospital school of medicine. Tho union services were held at tho stora the past week and went away heavy ladtin with the wonderful the first prophet of Slormonlsm, was 7,000. Christian church Sunday night. Rev, bargains obtained. is dead. killed, And it looks as though every customer that visitAn Englishman at Jackson, Tenn., An Anderson, Ind., father shot two has invented a machine which, it is al- Baker, of the M. K. church, preached ed this sale sent their friends. Don't delay purchasing when you can men who had been teasing his daugh- leged, will revolutionize the compress- the sermon, get the newest, handsomest and most stylish goods. All this seasons Mrs. G. A. Denham and sister, Sliss ter and was himself injured by the ex- ing of cotton. Tbe machine takes the Mary Mc Jollough, were called to Ottum fashions plosion of his gun. cotton direct from tbe gin and compressAnnie Smith, aged 22 years, wasBhot es it on an iron spindle, getting a 500 wa, la., last week on account of tho and killed instantly by Sirs. Louiea pound balo into the size of n flour bar death of their father, Dr. SIcCollough. Dr. A. Gatlifl, Col. Thomas O'SIara Barnes, her mother-in-law- , aged 50 rel. and Walker Sfason are attending the years, at St. Louis. democratic State convention at LouisFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The excursion from Lexington to see Clovoland and Carlislo En&orsod ville this week. Sliss Auna O'Mara ia Tom Smith hangod is off. The sheriff Alix,2:03j, went an exhibition mile visiting friends in Louisville. Sirs. SI. and Sound Money Wins Dry Goods We arc civintr snecial nrices on fine Lawns and dot. wouldn't fix the execution to suit the in 2:11 at Red Oak, Ind. J. Collins, who has been visiting her ted Swisses, Dimities, Percales railroad timo table. and Challies. The Danville colored fair will te niece, Sirs. Wm. Perkins, foraomo weeks A spider bit Hon. W. O. Owens on held this year on August 21, 22, 23. bas returned to her homo in Huston-villallocs We always lead in Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' slippers The democratic convention at Louis- the thumb while attending tbe Latonia Wm. SloreUnd delivered to J. B. from 50c up. Children's slippers from 25c up. Men's Shoes from ville baa not been a "quiet affair" by a races and the doctors say bis arm will Embry at Cincinnati 500 lambs at 4fc. On last Slonday the Masonic lodge long shot, and the wrangling and pulling havo to be amputated. 75c up. Prof. J. SI. Hubbard sold to J. T of this It is estimated by engineers who Sutton a registered Jersey heifer for $10 decided place ave a picnic, which was a and hauling was not a credit to tbe good success. About 9 o'clock the old democratic party. To err ia human, have studied that aibject that 10.- B. D. Holtzclaw bought of various Slasons formed a line of march headed 000,000 horse power goes to waste every parties few head of butcher stuff at 3c. though, and when the delegates and otha by the Williamsburg brass band. They ers get back home and cool down they hour over Niagara falls. Fou Salk. A lot of pure bred Short marched to the fair grounds. After lis Lieut. LucienYoung, of Kentucky, horn and Jersey yearling bulls. F. Reid, will forget what has been done and said tening to somo speeches, dinner was had We are in the lead in men's aud boys' fine Clothing. and will strive harder than ever to rol has been invited by Tammany braves to Stanford. 2t then a game of ball was played by two Boys' Knee Pants Suits 75c, worth Si. 25. up a big democratic majority in Novem- address them at their Fourth of July The Louisville Jockey Club bas de- picked nines. One of tho principle feacalebratiou. He will accept. ber. cided to admit no more foreign books to tures of the day was a bicycle race which " Si, 1.50. A madman named William Camp its track. The convention was organized by elect" long " ' 1.50 " was won by Sir. E E. Nelson. 2.50. ing Judge W. SI. Beckner temporary bell was arrested at Clyde, N. Y. He Thb rich TidBl Stake was won at " claimed he was on his way to Washing- Sheepshead Bay by Gideon it Daly's 2.50 4.00. chairman, subsequently making ConOF A LOCAL NATURE. Men's Suits at ton to kill President Cleveland. gressman Berry permanent chairman. colt Keenan. 5.00. A calf with two heads Is a WilliamsIteceiverJMcNulta, of tbe Whisky " Cheviot Suits, 4.00 " Sir. J. S. Owsley, Jr., an admirer of W. won the Slilldale stakes Simon C.50. Sir. Hardin, defeated Hon. W. H. Sillier, Trust, in a report to the court, shows at Latonia Tuesday, with Potentate sec- burg freak. " Worsted Suits 5.00 " 7.50. Four thousand people attended the also of this place, who is a Clay man, for that be has made $300,000 for tho cor ond and St. Slaxim third. poration during bis stewardship. commencement exercises of Berea ColBargains in Carpets and Matting. committee on credentials from this disJ. N. Slenefeesold to James Walker SanfordJSIerritt, a negro preacher, Givens the Cowan farm near Sit. Salem, lege. trict. The race was so close that the charged with incest, was sentenced to containing 105 acres, nt $20. Pickets will he placed on tho roads chair bad to decide it. SI. S. Baughman, who was cutting leading into Jackson to prevent a reecue Tbe democrats made tbe beet platform two years in the penitentiary at Hender it was possible to make. Free silver son. The case occupied three days of wheat yesterday, tells us that his crop is of Tom Smith. Dr. D. K. Pearson, of Chicago, his lighter than it has been for years. heresies were overwhelmingly swept court. Tho plins for the great amphitheapledged Berea College foO.000 on condiaside and resolutions indorsing President Tbe fastest mile of the year was A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle, and re- ter for the seating of 40,000 people who made in 2:07 Friday, by Fantasy, at Des tion of three times that sum being se affirming the Chicago platform of 1S92 aro expected to witness the Sluines, Ia. She went the last half in cured from other sources. T. D. RANEY, Manager. fight at Dallas, Texas, are 1:01J. The Middlesboro Belt railroad was were adopted by tbe surprising figures about complete. bought by Cory & Whitridge, of New of to 231 Oracle, Jim Geniry's good Branch Stores. James F.;Ewing, a wealthy colt, won another race at Latonia lork, for $30,000. They were tho lorg The silver men made a game fight Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown. Lawrcnccburtr. Cvnthiana at Bowling Green, talked too Tuesday. There were 11 starters and he eat bondholders of tbe road. and were slow to accept defeat, but tbe . .. . a t" ;ii ' much and got bimBelf sued for $5,000 for sold 6 to 5 in tbe books. -- iiiii- v irsauics, imminence, ucorgctown, Jvy., and Mackport Minium uverion, one 01 me muruer if? majority was so overwhelming that no Ind slander. He is accused of having said Tbe Whitley County Fair Associa- era of Peddler Loeb and wife in Harlan room is left to doubt that the declaration has just sent out handsome cata- couuty, who was shot while trying to tion made by the convention on the all Irish will steal. A curious coincidence of the asses- logues advertising the meeting to be escape from the jailer's posse, bas died money question will be accepted as con.OUR. sor's returns in Jefferson county, Ohio, held at Williamsburg September 4, 5 and of his wound. Tbe two others implicatclusive and satisfactory by a united deis that there are 0f0 dogs in tbe county 6. ed have been captured and are in jail. mocracy. d ownadjourned till and 990 sheep were killed during the fis Lissak, the fine The convention then cal year, or one Bheep for every dog. On Tuesday, July 30th, the Chesaed by Obinn & Morgan, won the Interthe evening session. The largest telegraph office in the national Derby, 5,000, at Detroit, Slicb. peake and Ohio will run a special train At tbe evening Beesion Gen. Hardin build- The distance was 1J miles and the time of Pullman palace sleeping cars and day was nominated by acclamation before the world is in the general ing, London. There are over 3,000 op- 2:35J. coaches from Lexington to Old Point result of tbe first ballot was announced, Tom Yeager has a green trotter by Comfort, leaving at 4:30 r. m. and arrivhaving been with- erators, 1,000 of whom are women. The Mr. Clay's name Danville Wikes that is going good and ing at Old Point early next afternoon, in drawn. In a similar manner the Hon. batteries are supplied by 30,000 cells. Rev. J. J. Wilson, a Cumberland fast and promises to be another Wood time for a refreshing plunge in tho surf It. T. Tyler, of Fulton county, was nomStraw Hats, Luster, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests. Clay: inated for lieutenant governor, wberenp Presbyterian preacher, was shot to death Wilkes. Ho is also driving Quinine S. before supper. Round trip tickets will Worsted Suits in grays, browns and blacks, simply unsurpassed in on tbe convention adjourned until 9:30 near New Orleans by James Howell, who and says the old horse will be good in be Bold at $13, good to return until claimed he had been slandered Tbe bis classes this year. Advocate. 17th. Stop overs will be granted cut, finish, trimmings and fit. Wash goods for ladies in Lawns, Or Thursday. Tbe result of the first and only ballot preacher shot twice, but neither took efVanMeter sold to tho agent of at any station on return trip. Special gandies, Jaconet Duchess, Crcpons, Sattcens, Ginghams, IndiaLin-ens- , Ike will be made at the Hygeia Clay 330 1 2; Stone fect. was Hardin 4GS Nela Slorris, 142 cattle weighing 1,600 Paris Muslins. P. Ks. Dotted Swisses in whites and colors in O , James At North Liberty, 70; Waterson 3. poundp, to be taken from Aug. 1st to Hotel and also to Xew York, Washingthews, a farmer, while cutting grass, fact everything for Summer Sir. Hardin was nominated by Judge fell per pound. It. Pen Taylor ton, Virginia Beach and at the surround in front of the mowing machine. He 15th, at 5c It J. Breckinridge, of Danville, in an sold 48 of same character to the same ing resorts. A trip to Old Point Comwas drawn in front of the sickles and able speech, and Judge James Tarvin, of party on the same terms. Tho farmers fort affords a greater variety of recreaknives. When found his body bad Kenton county, seconded the nomina were all busy cutting wheat and conse- tion and enjoyment than any other re been split open. tion. Geo. C. Lockbart nominated Sir. quently there was a small crowd in town sort known. Write a postal for descripThe boy baby of Jeff Clay and the nomination was seconded tive circular giving full information. court day. Winchester Democrat. Martin, of Powell county, found a large ky Judgo I. SI. Qaigley, of SlcCracken D. C. Terhune bas bought 44 first Special rates from all blue grass towns. copperhead enake in the parlor and county. We will also.'put in this sale our large stock of Hamburgs and LaGkohok W Baknky, thinking it a plaything picked it up. class sugar mule colte, all mares but one, Oal'a were then mad for Sir. Clay Dia't.Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky, ces. at from $30 to $10 per head. John and Our Shoe stock for the Kail trade w.--i hnnolif of !, i,i .:..- The child bad a narrow escape. Tbe Homer Baughman delivered yesterday who responded and made a shcrt speech and we propose to give our customers all the advantage. There will was killed. snake gracefully accepting tbe will of tbe conto J. O. Johnson C5 lambs engaged Wife (at breakfast) I didn't hear you A son of Curran be a P.rcat difference in prices now and this Fall and those who can vention and pledging his support to the sometimo ago at 4 cents. They average when you came in last night. Crouch, of Owingsville, told his mother Farria & Whitley bought and tbe entire ticket. Sir. Harnominee ed 73pounps. Husband I guess that's the reason I should availithcmselves of the advantage. that he was sick and wanted Borne medi- a din was then escorted to the front of the bunch of scrub cattle from Clayton didn't hear you. cine. Tho mother paid no attention to i stage. He made a very brief speech, of Cumberland couuty, at $3.25. the child's request and the little fellow Snow, Would Lurtall tnn ytiiiiuenirnt. Adsimply thanking tbe convention for tbe f jund They run from 850 to 900 pounds a bottle of laudanum Sirs. Gnytlmc I'm going &hopi.flg all nomination. vocate. and drank it. He died in a few hours. over town to match this silk. following nominations were made The Sirs. Candlelights Drelghoods & Co. Tye Nelson, the Strictly to tbe point was the evidence Bon of up to the time we went to press: Why don't J. E. Nelson, of Oden, Ark., blew his of a woman in Slaine who was striving carry an imincuso stock. It. C. Ford, of Clay, for treasurer on boy in a horse- you go there? brains out because of brutal treatment to prove an alibi for a Sirs. Onytimo 2sot much! They're the second ballot; L. O. Norman, of received from his father. His father stealing case. A witness testified that likely to havo just what I usk for. Frankfort, for auditor by acclamation; missed a monkey wrench and told the he bad seen the boy at the village on Chicago Record. Green B. Swango, of Wolfe, for register boy unless be found it he would thrash that day, when the woman sprang from of land office on third ballot; V. J. i Thuj Agmed with .Milton. him. Ho failed in bis search and chose her seat and cried: "He wa'n't out, Said Ego Tistic: "I've forbidden my of Fleming, for attorney general. death to a beating. nuther! His pants was hangin' on tie wifo to tnko up French. I tell her At 4:35 i. m. no nomination for secreDispleased by criticism, the regis, clo'es line all day!" Milton said: 'Ono touguo's enough for a tary of State. Hale in tbe lead. ter of the United States land office at woman." Why do llocks of wild ducks and geeso "Yes," groaned Henpcck, "and conS)Uth Enid, Ok., attacked the editor of NEWSY NOTES. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing form a triangle when they have to fly sider how tho English vocabulary has a local paper with a revolver. The city done in style. long distances? It is because they know enlarged slnco then." Truth. A Cincinnati dairyman was fined $50 marshal came along and joined in the in that form they can cleave tbe air No Harm Intended. for selling milk with water in it. melee. The register and tbe marshal treasury statement shows are dead. The editor escaped with a most easily. Tbe most courageous bird Pastor It would surprise you to takea its position at tbe apex of tho know how much counterfeit money wo the gold reserve to be f 107,447,815. painful, but not dangerous wound. We have an artistic it becomes wea- receive in tho contribution boxes in tho Special attention to horses with diseased feet. A prominent Illinois society girl George Alexander, of Louisyille.was great triangle and when Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. ry with the heavy task another takes its courso of a year. committed suicide by drowning in a cis- nominated on the fifth ballot for railroad Thoughtless Friend I suppose so. tern. commissioner at the convention in Louis place. KIKLEY. IIow do you manage to work it all off? MR. FEIETER. A young soldier at the Augusta, Ga., vlllo Slonday. C. O. SIcOhord was tbe When a person in the Soudan is bit Puck. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. arsenal was killed by his sweetheart's contending man, Sir. SIcCain having ten by a dog supposed to bo suffering One Hoot Too Many. father. withdrawn and Sir. Fulton dropped. from tbe rabies, tbe animal Is instantly Ilead Surgeon nt the Hospital I must Numerous chefs in New York re- Judge R. J. Breckinridge, of Danvil!e caught, killed and cut opeD; the liver is toll you, my good woman, that your ceive salaries ranging from f 5,000 to $ 0 was chairman. Sir. J. N. Saunders, of taken out and slightly browned by be- son will bo compelled to havo his leg yearly. this place, seconded the nomination of ing held to the fire, after which the taken off. Anxious Slother Oh, deurl Then One died and 13 other persons are Sir. SIcChord. Lincoln's seven votes whole of tbe organ is eaten by tbe pawhat can I do with his other boot? ill from drinking water from an unused went to Sir. Alexander after Sir. Fulton tient. Das Ncuo Illatt. was dropped. well in Iowa. The Queen & Greecent Route will sell DUctiKilncr an Knifncnmrnt. Judge A. J. Tharp, of tickets from all stations in Kentucky to In the wreck of a rock train in South "I'm afraid ho will find it difficult to Carolina three men were killed and two Estill, is suing the county for S1.7S7.49. Cincinnati and return at one and one- get along1 with Sfaud. She Is never He was elected to office for two terms on badly scalded. fare daily July 20th, to morning satisfied unless alio is picking ilaws in expressed that Japan a platform in which he stated that he third The opinion is trains to August 0th, account Oakley somebody." and Russia will be at war before the end was willing to accept the office for the Races. Aak Queen & Crescent agents "Well, hho ought not to bo disapBalary of $400 a year and relinquish all of three months. pointed in him." Ilrooklyn Life. (or particulars. . Mi At Elwood, Ind., a jealous husband claim to tbe additional fees appurtenant Mow J'rorrei. bis wife and attempted to kill his to the office. Tharp afterward became The largest gold coin in existence is shot "Did you look at that little bill I left tired of his contract, and now seeks to said to be tbe gold ingot or "loof" of Call and See Them. babe and bimBelf. yesterday, fair?" said a collector to a a Hat, round piece, worth about member of congress. Mrs. Robert Grimes, of Anderson, recover from tho county the total Ind., has a poodle- dog that devotes its amount of fees that would have been $325, the value written on it in India t"Yes," was tho reply. "It has passed s due him during his two terms of office. ink. rcauinir." KoiU3.axslci- time to raising chickens. THE CONVENTION Hardin and Tyler For Governor and Texas trnin wreckers gavo as an excuse for their crime that they had been refused a free rido. An Ky., - June 28, 1985 having Indiana man killed himself after brutally beaten and cut his wife and set fire to bis house. An Illinois fruit train in Tennessee P. WALTON. plunged through a bridgo. Tho compa-n- y lost about fSO.OOO by the accident. Capt. J. F. SIcOlure, formerly a drank carbolic acid by mistake and died from the effects at Rome, Ga. The hotel at Pleaaiireville, owned and occupied by O. U. Slarcum, and the building occupied by Banta aa a grocery, INTERIOR JOUKKiU. Ken-tuckian, Fire at Latonia destroyed threo s WILUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. and burned two race horses. Rev. A. S. Petry preached at the A woman who claims that Senator Baptist church last Sunday. Fair was married to her and wbb the --E. T. Grilllth and family have father of her two children will bring suit moved to the East Jellico coal mine. to recover part of his millions. eta-ble- 4 THE GREAT JUNE Clearance -: Sale n, LOUISVILLE : STORE, Nominated by Acclamation. OTHER NOMINATIONS. At Prices Untouched By Others. fcy63to23. e. CXiOTHXNTC 1 o THE LOUISVILLE STORE STAirroRrD. Er2, Corbett-Fitzaimmo- ns 3 37-7- 0 33-7- 0. k I three-year-ol- post-offi- ce 90 Degrees Sale. An-gu- st 1-- 2; low-rat- es two-year-o- ld IWEXXSST three-year-ol- d two-ounc- HUGHES & TATE. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, St. Asaph Carriage & first-class Co., Hen-dric- k, MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. To-day- 'a Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. E. EN EIFERIEECED 10,-00- SUMMER CLOTHING Ex-Cou- LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. Flannel, Worsted, Luster. An-na- - tu-s- H. : J. ffrWlitufrHmfi M'ROBERTS. '"""i'"ii'im i '""' ' "" .miftimiuiiinnM. in n't Mijm n mfljrtanirtiii ' ""r J "' "M -- km& Adams, SHERIFF'S -- : SUE FOR- STATE AND COUNTY TAXES! -- 1 55 Young, 31. G. 3 acres near Highland, '94...; Anderson, Win 40 acres near Geo. Abraham, '94 - 00 i iiihvuiMiig, it T jiuii iraiucui, lO- - ncres, .,. i . .... ...:, !,. i- -. .. t t .1... ii. j.., Butcher, Geo. 31 acres near Geo. Munday, '94 2 Green River Land Co. 1,050 ncres near KingVilIe, '93 nnd '94 o )", Bell, Jas. M. 10 acres near Prcachersvillo, '94 - Cincinnati & Kentucky Central R. R. Co., 'if; nmi '94 Bell, Sara J. 15 acres near Preachersville, '94 1 10 No. 4- Shelby 100 acres near S. Wren, '91 Blankenship, 3 10 Buchanan, W. K. and wife lot in Crab Orchard, '91 to '94, inclusive. 12 85 Behoni, Mary nnd Louis 75 ncres near Milledgeville, '93. Benedict, Wesley's hrs. 115 acres near Milledgeville, '93 and '94 DeNonli, John 41 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 00 Bilib it Walker 93 acres near McKinuey, '94 Delaney, Frank 101! acres near Andy Todd, '93 30 Delaney, Matthew 110 acres near Win. Harness, '92 20 Goode, Geo. A. 48 acres near J. K. Baughman, '94 Dowcll, Simeon 390 acres near Johns Ham, '93 70 Harman, John nnd sister 200 acres near Hustdnville, '93 and '94 Delaney, Mrs. Kate 50 acres near John Rogers, '91 to '94 inclusive... 20 Huffman, Mrs. M. J. 27 acres near Hutonville, '92 to '94 Dyehouse, George 78 acres near Ottenhcim, '91 25 Lnnhatn, Minerva Heirs 2 acres near Mt. Salem, '91 to '93 ncres nearMatthew Atchison, '93 Denny, John 30 80 Minor, Henry Clay 14 acres near Milledgeville, '93 Denny, Nancy A. 40 acres near W. V.4Caldwell, '92 90 Mnm Hrs. and Jane Mason land 011 Green River near Xapier Denny, B. F. 20 acres near W. G. Padgett, y2 G5 Farris; Mrs. Jane E. lira. 2G acres near Crab Orchard, Vjl to 'g4 inc.. 17 9r Minks, Harvey house aud lot in Morelaud, Bal. '94 John F. 25 acres, near Jacob Lane, '94 i 41 85 yu 16 15 jq Hustonville White. 3 50 7 45 j 00 60 G 47 05 29 11 i Ma-sou, 55 3 55 5 05 2 90 ox- Grifiin, Andius 100 acres near John Turnbull, )4 3 75 Peacock, G. Freely house and lot in Hustonville, '90 to '94 Braxdale, '94 Wm. Kinder, s94 '94 40 55 3 00 2 85 Kidd, Hiram 10 acres near Eph Mnuuel, '93 and '94 3 65 Liventy, Yarmiel 80 acres near Geo. Turner, '92 No. loor in the Between the hours of 9 A. M. nnk 4 i M., ut tho court-hour- a o 15 Lynch, James 30 acres near Ottenheim, '94 town of Stutifortl, L'ncoln county, Ky., I will oxpo?o to tho highedt bidder Alcorn, Geo. Woodley int. in house aud lot in Turnersville -4 for cash in hand to pay tho State anil county tix for the fol- - Montgomery, Whit hrs. 240 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 aud '94.... 82 40 Alcorn, Henry iuterest in house and lot in Turnersville Anderson, Isaac 4 acres near Mt. Salem '93 and '94 , owing ilcorilel property, or m much thereof a.s may he necessary to pay Playforth, Henry 50 acres nearW. B. Harness, '94 60 Anderson, Green lot in Hustonville, '94 faid taxes, with all coto and interest. 80 Roberts, James T. 147 acres near Alfred Davis, '94 Bright, Barney 48 acres on Hanging Fork, '94 . ThU li.t will he puhlUhed for four weeks and names will disappear from 1 50 Bright, John 2 acres near Win. Bright, '93 and '94 20 acres near Green Adams, '94 Rogers, John, the alwve list a.s noon as paid. Co.--t of advertising 82. Kemitluiiced by mail Rowland, Alfred, estate, 300 acres near U. Albright, '80 to '94 42 20 Brown, Dau house and lot near Ed Huun, '94 promptly receipted. Burton, Talitha 9 acres near Wm. Bright, '94 Shiimakc, Mary, 60 acres, near U. Albright, '94, 50 JOHN N. MENEFEE, Cloyd, Edith 10 acres near K. L. Tanner, '92 to '94 23 85 Caldwell, Stephenson, W. T., 187 acres near Crab Orchard, bal. '93 aud '94 Eph 6 acres near Morelaud, '94 Lincoln County. 4 00 Turner, Bob, 25 acres uear Sarah Griffin, '93 aud '94 Davis, Ed 14 acres uear Moreland, '94 1 9 25 Leonard, Wilburn, 11 acres uear T. B. White, '91 to '94 Givens, Allen 6 acres near Moreland, '94 o 10 Giveus, John 11 acres uear McKinuey, '94 Wren, W. 11., GO acres near Crab Orchard, '93 .Brady, Jerome D., 20 acres land near Rowland, for '93 and '9-8 20 Gooch, Henry 15 acres knob laud, '94 John Dye, for '91, '92, '93, '94 1 50 , 4 Bailey, George Gooch, Davidson 20 acres knob land, '91 to '94 No. 2 Gooch, Cam 6 acres knob laud, '93 and '94 Mike, towu lot near Rowland, for '93 2 70 Elli.-oCraft, Lucy, 1 acre near Abe Campbell, '93 40 Good, Phillis 12 acres near McKinuey, '94 Chambers, John, 2 ncrea mar John Spratt '94 to Floyd, James, 50 acres near Jim Green, '94 00 Huffman, Jerry lot near McKinney, Bal. '94 ? 00 Fuhcr, John, 20 acres laud near M. V. Bartolle, '94 2 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 aud 'M Guest, Green, 25 .' Jones, Kit lot near McKinney, '94 and '94 12 20 Garni, H. C, lot at Rowland, bal. for '92, '93, nnd '94 Jones, L., lot in Crab Orchard, '93 60 Reid, Mariah lot near McKinney, '93 to '94 5 35 Johnson, Henry, 4 acres, near Dud Holmes, '93 aud 94.. ..,.. Hays, Hugh, f ucrea of laud near Wn. llaya, '92 to '94 80 " Weatherford, Joe (dead) 2 acres near Milledgeville, '93 8 50 Hixim, X. J., liouiH! aud lot at Rowland, '89, '90, '93, !) No. 3 't)4 Welch, James lot in McKiuney, '93 and 5 80 '93 and '94 Hiatt, Ross, HIGHLAND. Woods, Craig lot in McKinuey, '93 aud '94 ............ " '93 and '94 12 25 Hughes, Jus., " o Atkins, C. B., 60 acres near Highland, '91 J 895. lonfe July 8 1890-1-2-3- Ham, Johneon 150 acres near Charles Grifliu, y2 to 'y4 Haggard, Mrs. M. A. Gl acres near Dave Howard '91 to '94 Hilton, Thomas J. 24 acres near John Rogers, '94 Howard, David 25 ncres near Louis Hasty, 'l'l,'92, '94 8 55 Rcid, John 4 acres near Mrs. Rufesell, Henry 53 acres near 1 1 70 50 Shannon, Joe A. 30 acres near Milledgeville, 7 45 4 ? Joslin, John hrs. 30 acres uear Grove Cook, '94 2 40 ..,.... Wilcher, (Jas.) Geo. Wesley 12 acres near Jno. Tombs', '91 to '94...." 65 Wood, Wm. H., non resident, 100 aOres near Green Rjver. ''03 to 'M '94..., Trimble, D. L. house and lot in McKinuey, '93 and 5 25 9 75 3 00 Hustonville 4 Colored. 1 1 30 30 3 50 1 60 13 75 3 00 1 70 1 25 2 00 1 70 1 75 1 1 1 Stanford No. White. 70 8-- r Crab Orchard Colored. n, 85 4 00 3 10 2 45 1 30 4 75 70 2 00 3 50 4 80 Waynesburg White. K (0 James, heirs, 01 acres on Green River, '93 and '94 Martin, Thomas, 31 acres uear Halls Gap, '92, '93 and '94 Miller, Ed, 80 acres on Dix River, bal. '91, '92, '93, '94 MiLssey, O'Kief, Mike, lot in Rowland, '94 Mill '94 Peters, Mrs. Hettie, 19 acres near Daw.-snf- s Phillips, Henry I)., house and lot near Rowland, '94.... Prudom, J. H., fiO acres, Peak farm, '90 to '94, inclusive Itainbo, James, house aud lot at Maywood, '94 Robinson, Sim, hours and lot at Rowland, '91, '92, '93, '94 50 Bastiu, Joseph, 30 acres near Sam Bastin, '94 15 75 Bastin, Jasper L., 50 acres near Waynesburg, '93 30 05 Bowers, Charles M. 100 acres uear Win. Smith, '93 1 00 Bough, Alfred, 12 acres near Win. Di?hon, '93 aud '94 8'20 Baker, Martin II., 8 acres near Tom Youug, '92 to '91 on Buck Cieek, '93 75 Bryant, Pascol, 40 acres 1 3 3 4 2 4 70 93 70 60 25 35 J. N. MENEFEE, County. "Ex-Sheriff Lincoln Sibold, J. M., louso and lot near Stanford, '92, '93, '94 Smith, Monroe, 250 acres on Green River, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94 Sowder.J. H. 40 acres of land ou Dix River Wolford, Dale, houe and lot at Rowland j 81 10 Camden, John C, 40 acres near Jane Prathers, '92 3 35 Childers, James, 16 acres near George Padgett, '93 and '94 G 00 Clutterbach, James 100 acres near Win. Routen, !94 19 GO Corn, Rev. W. T., lot in Kingsville, '93 and '94 55 30 Dye, W. D., 70 acres near George Routen, '94 1 30 Faulcouer, Laura, 50 acres near Highland, '94 12 70 Gooch, Cicero, Sr., 98 acres near Eubanks, '94 Gooch, Milton, 100 acres uear Eubanks, '92 Gooch, Mrs. Hen, 100 acres near Waynesburg, '91 to '93 Griggs, E. A., 80 acres near W. II. Hixau ,'94 20 Harris, George 10 2 90 3 55 3 80 2 30 , : v fccmng : His . f 3 25 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. : : Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed.- Give tne : ? ... - . 00 3 10 2 Stanford No. 1 Colored. $ lti Abrahams, James, town lot near M. O. Vandevcer, 15 acres, '94 Ballinger, Green, lot in Bonoyville, bal. ou '91 Ballinger, Mole, lot in Stanford, '94 Baughman, Clate, lot at Halls Gap, '94 Bonzley, John, 17 acres of knob land Bright, Polly, town lot in Stanford, '92, '93 and '94 Burdette, Joe, lot in Renetown, '94 Cooper, Josh, 2 acres at Boneyville Crow, Henry, 8 acres of knob land, '91 to '91, inclusive 3 70 3 70 , .' 1 7 1 Gibson, Mariah, lot in Stanford, '93 Greenlee, Charles, lot near Rowland, '91 3 Helm, Bcttie, lot near Stanford, '93 Haye, Win., lot in Logautown, bal. '92, '93, '94 6 Hale, Minerva, heirs, 2 acres at Boneyville, '94 Haydcn, Tim, lot in Rowland, '93 and '94 4 Hansford heirs, lot in Maxville, '94 2 Helm, Green, lot in Stanford, '92 to '94, inclusive 10 Hocker, Anderson, lot in Stanford, 8S, '89 and 90, '93 and '94, bal., 9 Hooker, Joe, lot in Rowland, '94 2 James, Henry, lot in Maxville, '94 Jones, Arch, lot in Maxvillle, bal. '93 and94 Kennedy, Willis, lot in Dooleyvillo Coffey, 1 60 Harris, Wm. H.f 50 acres near Geo. Harris, '94 00 Hicks, Daniel, 4 acres near Kingsville, '94 .'.....'... 40 I. N. 650 acres near D. A. Baugh, '91 30 Johnson, Jackson, Dr. A., 125 acres near S. Skidmore, '93 and '94 50 85 ncres near B. Gooch, '94 00 Kidd. Bryant, 50 ncres near J. C. Gooch, '92 and '94 10 Lackmau, John, Silas A., lot in Kingsville, '94 10 Lovelace, Leach, Luciuda, 1 acre near J. D. Long, '93 and '94 75 Lay, John, 10 acres near John Tombs, '91 to '93 to Laucc, Ed A., 162 acres near Kingsville, bal. '91 and '94 50 Lee, John S., 35 acres near South Fork, '94 20 40 Martin, Ben, 58 acres near South Fork, '93 and '94 35 Martin, W. C, 60 acres near Waynesburg, '94 10 Meades, Mrs. Annie, 125 acres near John F. Walls, '93 and '94.... 00 Maxey, George, 30 acres near James Upthegrove, bal. '94 McMullius, Green, 200 acres near J. B. Gooch, '94 W., 50 acres near J. S. Harris, '92 to '94 Harris, J. S., 3 acres near George Harris, Nl to 94 b; k. 65 7 45 1 70 T 60 1 weaken, Dealer In ' ' clT t t 18 00 8 10 2 50 2 75 1 Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies. r Carriages "Wagons, STAOTTOHD, 31?. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. 1 70 75 8 40 11 30 2 00 PMNOS and ORGANS. 30 (55 4 00 I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and 2 15 on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser 4 25 best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line 45 of goods as can be found any where in the land. 8 85 I MACHINES' 2 2 Jane, lot in " '91, '92 and '93 4 10 2 " '92 to '94 inclusive...,. Lackey, Wm., " Rowland, '94 Lackey, Tom, lot in Lee, Sank, 1 aero, Walnut Flat, '93 and 94 Logan, Mary, 15 acres at Boneyville, '92 to '91, inclusive Logan Sara, lot near J. T. O'Hair, '94 Lynn, Tim, lot uear Logantown, '90 to '94 McMullin, Logan, lot at Halls Gap, '94 McMulliu, Wils, lot at Halls Gap, '93 and '94 Moran, Doc, lot in Stanford, bal. '88, 89,'90,'92 aud '93 McAlister, Joe, lot in Stanford Richardson, Ben, heirs, 19 acres ou Dix River, '94 Rout, Sam, lot in Boneyville, '931aud '94 Roe, Bcttie, 11 acres at Boneyville, '93 and '94 Smith, Mary, lot near J. T. O'Hair, '93id '94 Stewart. Silas, lot in Boneyville, '94 Tucker heirs, lot in Dooleyvillo, '87 to '90, '93 and 94 Warren, Sid, lot in Boneyville, 4 Withers, Sandy, G acres uear T,,CVBall '94 2 2 Reynolds. Louisa 100 acres near Waynesburg, Bal. '94 1 50 Ridner, Mary E. 100 acres near J. W. Acres, '94 4 25 Richardson, Silas 117 acres near Highland, '94 11 25 Singleton Sara B. 80 acres near A. J. Murphy, '92 and '94 2 20 Simms, John D. 50 acres near Green River, '94 2 65 Singleton, Wm. L. 6 acres near J. T. Curtis, '93 and '9i 3 50 Smith, J. H. 130 acres near Dave White, '94 1 50 Smith, C. A. 50 acres near H. Singleton, '92 to '94 75 Stoekler, Leopold 50 lic'res neai Gotleib Beck, 'SM 1 70 Stevens, N. B. 50 acres near F. Falcoiiberry, ,'94 Surber, Singleton 18 acres near Highland. '91 6 85 Taylor, J. T. 50 acres "near Sam Simms, 'J'4.. 1 50 Tranter, Mitchel zuu acres near waynesburg f4 1 75 Trowbridge, Mrs. M. E. 125 acres naar W. D. McMulIeu, '94 2 2 15 McMullins, G. H., 100 acres near George Reynolds, bal. '94 McMulIins, T. M., 84 acres near Dan Hester, '94 65 McWilliams, Mary E., 1 acre near O. K., '94 85 Padgett, Zack, Jr. 29 acres near Geo. Walls, '94 55 Padgett, II. H. 6 acres near T. T. Vaught, '94 65 Petree, Armp H. 5 acres uear J. H. Carter, '92 to '94 45 Privitt, Bautan 66 acres near Green River, Bal. '94 85 Privitt, Saml. 30 acres near Arch Horton, Bal. '91 and w2 35 Privitt, I. S. 1 lot in Kingsville, '94 12 1 have ever cheaper than I am selling SEWING Give me a call and be convinced. 1 00 sold them before. 2 80 ST Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. 1 10 Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue 00 Address , 45 teaching as beforeo 5 80 1 80 2 75 1 85 2 50 70 3 15 3 75 P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. THE " o ueen xrescenx fi tt "J ymm i f 'i .!.,- - 2 3 3 8 2 2 00 85 15 50 15, ROUTE .. 40 1 70 2 00 2 75 3 60 3 10 2 15 3 30 Crab Orchard, No. 2 White. Adams, Daniel 350 acres, near John Laawell, '92 Adams, Rube 30 acres, near Eph James, '94 Vinson, John 260 acres near Alf Rowlund, '94 5 90 Warren, Logan 78 acres near'Buck Creek, '94 Wright, James 150 acres near Geo Russell, '94 1 70 of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icthrough trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, o, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlauta,-Macoand Jacksonville. Through Sleeping uars to ivnoxvuie, noi jipnnga it ... p A TMlan.. nv.juu,b, .wu.w,. nuiiunuuj;u w juimuu, iriAl.hll.f. KTnnmA ana Asuevuie: ana irom rM. Through Tounst Sleepers to uoa Angeles ana and Shreveport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington ana Chattanooga.' ' W. O. Binearton, ChM. W. Zell, O. P. A., CineinwiH, 0. XXs. PawY Sat., Cincinnati. 0. e ... 1 &!.- M 1 :it Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourp - WOMEN IN SCHOOLS. THEIR INCREASING PROMINENCE EDUCATIONAL MATTERS. IN Stanford, Ky., June 28, 1895 W. P. WALTON. "Willao Stanford, 3D. Attorney at Law, Varaon, and Assign- - They Are Fast Recomlng; Members ol School Boards, nod Wyomlug Has a, Lady For a State Superintendent Women In Tolltlra. Copyright, ISM, - sat r- - l 11 v u Tho recent school elections have rido an old draft mare, and bareback at brought to light tho fact that tho "now that. Ho himself has n thoroughly Special attention given to Settlements of Ft woman" does not represent all the trained saudlo horso, Moro, of which atct, at Attorney and sale and Division of brains of her sex. There tiro hundreds of ho is so proud that ho was willing to 6end its picture, with his own thrown Office on Lancaster St. over Supt. W. F. MeCla. women everywhere in tho United States who have recently corno before the pub-Hr7i office. 9 through tho educational facilities of 10 or even 20 years ago. Nor is their KARPW5 PERlQDlCAtS. advent heralded by the eccentricities Harper's Magaiinr, One Year .. 44 eo 11 at per' s Weekly, other movements " . 4 00 which characterized .'. Harper's Barar, ' looking toward tho advancement and 4 00 Hatper's Young People " "Thanks 4 eo higher education of woman. Postage tree to all subscribers in the UnlteJ to tho aid of inodarn conveniences, auues, vanaaa ana Mexico. says Mrs. Louisa Rood Stowell of WashAddress 1IARPEII & BROIHKRS, ington, "tho woman of today may P. O. Box 959, N. Y. City. tho responsibilities of public lifo without in any way deranging her ..IF YOU ARK GOING machinery or allowing her personal eppearanco to Buffer." Tho long or 'm n .w. wmr ago picture of tho husband rocking the sfarrtV ' Cs . . fCvftfrTMr&Af ft & . n baby while tho wife writes to tho heathiv VvNwwu ? fin.'" r' ,r en of Booriobcola Gha has no placo in the American lifo of today. Ono seldom MRS. B. O. I'ATTERSOX. MISS ESTELLK KKEL. A FARMER'S IttnlXa HORSE. tees a more well groomed tailor inudo ways been prominent in tho educational in, to Tho Breeder's Gazctto for publiand altogether satisfactory looking class circles of her native state, and when sho cation. Tho picture wo rcprodnco hero of citizens than are these college bred went to Union City, Ind., as principal from Tho Gazctto as an object lesson to businesswomen. Many of thoso who have of tho high school her ability as an in- farmers and stock raisers. Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. recently becomo prominent in school structor immediately becanio evident, Farmers themselves nro mostly to affairs are women of more than ordinary and she was raised to tho position of su- blamo for tho low esteem in which they la the line for you, as its ability. perintendent, at that timo u remarkablo aro held by foolish city people. They Mrs. Louise Reed Stowell, who was promotion to bo offered to a woman. do not respect themselves enough to Mrs. Patterson is tho daughter of dress decently and keep themselves elected a few weeks ago one of tho board Make. clot connections at William Sivcn, who of school trustees in Washington, is not a LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI only promiueut in educational circles, Judgo Ohio lawyer soldier wasthoprom- clean and up to tho times. Thero never in inent civil yet was n successful farmer or live For all points. but also is well known as a writer. Sho war. Sho was educated in an Ohio stock man who rodo lean old horses, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. where sho attained high honors, went shabbier than a tramp and let his was a member of tho international BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH council of women held in Washington has traveled oxtensively in Europe and fences rot down and his stock shiver in For any information enquire of in 1888, has written moro than 100 pa is a woman of tho highest culture and tho cold of n winter day and night. JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky intellectual attainments. pers on educational matters and for of Farmers do not think half years edited a scientific journal In tho far west women's promiuenco their own jicrrounl appearanceenough and comin all matters pertaining to tho schools fort; consequently other pooplo She is also author of a work called "Mithink croscopical Diagnosis," which was has become so much a matter of courto no mora of them than they think of as to no longer oxcito comment, widely read by scientists. themselves. Wo ore taken at exactly tho Mrs, A. J. Pcavey, who was recently Mrs. Stowell is a member of many etitimato wo put upon ourselves. societies and in two of them holds tho elected stato superintendent of schools Tho successful fivrmer has a good unique position of being tho only wom- for Colorado, was educated principally rvtatiint is1itift lwsfrt f- ltta n.ta t.ii ' an on the rolls. Such is her position ns in Massachusetts. Her hufcbund was a ft.... 111 .. .. . uuu uuu in uui MiriiriMti on honorary member of tho Michigan volunteer in tho lato war and died after a to learn uiu iiii'iure. that tho man hero represented Pharmaceutical society and as an octivo year'H service, Mrs. Feavoy then oixmcd got 83 cents n bushel for wheat by feelmember of tho Royal Microscopical so- a book store in Raciuo, Wis. , which sho ing it to his hogs when it was selling in ciety of London. She is also a member owned and managed for eight years. tho market at SO cents a bushel. of tho Bocioty For the Extension of UniShe then bought the Shawano County versity Teaching and is of Journal, which sho managed for several Feeil For Young- Live Stock, the National Collegiate Alumna) asso- years. Since taking up her residence in lien it is uoslreu to xorce young ani ciation. Colorado sho has filled many important mals to grow rapidly, tho food must lie Mrs. Stowell was graduated from tho positions on county and state commitof a character suitable for that imrj University of Michigan in 1870 and was tees and has always been noted for her Bono and muscle ore of moro then employed as one of the faculty of administrative ability. than fat. Tho animal intended for Miss Ettfello Reel, stato superintend- market fattens moro readily as it apthe university, being tho only woman over elected to that position. ent of Wyoming, is ono of the youngest proaches maturity, but some young aniMrs. StoweU's colleaguo on the board and most attractive of the women who mals will not fatten at all, m tlw food of school trustees in Washington is Mrs. have latoly become identified with school conduces more to growth than to fat. If Mary Church TerrelL tho daughter of politics. Sho was ono of tho most popu- the food is not udapted for promoting Robert R. Church, ono of tho wealthiest lar candidates who camo np before tho ormrth. thn vnnninnitnnl. tlirmoh irrmv colored men of the south, and wife of people for election this spring and was iagt will uot as mpjaiy a whc 1 Robert H. TerrelL a prominent colored elected by a largo majority. Miss Reel thn food i more nmimnrint. It i thn lawyer and a graduate of Harvard. was educated in Chicago and St Louis mineral matter in foods lime, plios-anhas held prominent positions in tho "Miss Mary Church, "sold one of her OTio ui, etc that create bono, and college mates recently, "was ono of schools of v yoming for ten yers. the protiu or nitrogenous element which Sho has a woys shown great intercut produces the muscles, cartilages, hide, tho most popular colored women who ever attended Oberlin. She was always nail public questions, especially that otc. Thc cttrbouaceous matter, produc-i- n regard to tho public lands. At the lllg fntf ia only necessary for a young a littlo reserved and never sought tho friendship of any except her own race. transmksissippl congress in San Fran-- , j,,, ln wani,lng tho body. Animals Nevertheless some of the most promi- Cisco she was delegato from Wyoming g more rap,ily when very young Cool Seek nent white students wero her friends. and gave an interview to the San Fran-- , than durimr anv other neriod. nnd th- -r Her literary work was of a high order, cisco Examiner on the subject of public require food of a varied character. To and her extraordinary intellectual at- lands which was much quoted at the doprivo them of Home ueeded substances tainments placed her at tho heud of her time of tho congress. may .put a chock on their growth from MtinTT'.iivo ruts tnnr rr vttA tnnnhAM vvnicu tuoy may never fully recover. class. Her wealth, social position and ,. v an v " county i.vvi.w n.v ivuwiv.a attractive personality commanded the anu tno superintendents out Warmth in winter is important also, Elegant Through Wagner Sleep- respect and admiration of all who knew ouo uuuur miss iveei suih.tv.moii are with tho BackHBg nnjml this is hARCissE Jakvis. women. her." provided by the fat in the milk, which ing Cars run daily between Mrs. Terrell was graduated from Obertne fanner converts into butter when tho rnlnn. V7,ii... lin in 1884 and then spent 6omo years in . . . calf is taken from tho cow. ,, , A.11UIU to uivtujo Europe, studying the modern languages, ii'tit jiiviuutuiusiuie Porn and wheat, so largolv nned as nil r nn nnH I. nninnH vrniiniTirv i inn attending school at Lausanne, Berlin, staple foods on tho farm, aro unsuitable Florence and Paris. She has resided in June is coming, and with it the wed 1U1 giUVfllig BIWJk. A11U 4V4VHJI4 1I Willi Washington for some years, where sho dings, with their conventional white thero is but about one pound of limo in Why not 1,000 pounds of has always been prominently identified satin and orango blossoms. Via corn or wheat, which d W. P. WLATON, bavo a national wedding? Say one's is insufficient for tho puqtoses of the with tho public schools. tire, Block I'olnta. In tho recent school election in Cleve- parents aro Sootch. Why not honor one's young animal, as bone cannot bo proIt will ho tho let.t ponihlo news to I land soveral prominent women wero an- nativo land on such an important occa- duced unless the substances of which it brecderH that tho export trodo in horeea nounced as candidates. Miss Mario sion? Tho bride's gown could bo of is composed aro pro-cu- t in tho food. On And C & W. M. Railway. Quintrell, a lady living on ono of the whito satin, tho bottom of tho skirt and tho contrary, red clover hay contains in manifestly inereaMnir. Fivo additional hoim) buyer from and for Europe havo corsago embroidered in Scotch thistles. about 28 pounds of limo in 1,000 pounds, THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Tho tulle voil can be hold in placo but tho lime does not always exist in lately ojH'tied headquarters at tho Union A In by throe airy full blown thistlos. Let foods iu tho form of phosphates, trans- Htockynrds, 'hicaga Europe is po thickOld St Joe, Grand Rapids, Tratho bridal bouquet consist of white formations occurring after tho food is ly populated that there heems to be no verse City, Elk Rapids, Charle-vox- , longer room to raino all tho horseet needroses and hoather. Tho bridesmaids digested. Wheat bran, which has been ed. Then, too, electricity an n We wish to sell prNstelr our House and lot on motive should wear whito or green chiffon removed from tho starch of Petosky and Bay View. the wheat power in uot replacing liortieflesh m Mam ttict oppcsilc the lemsle College. House gowns, with broad satin sashes over grain, as is woll known contains 6 rooms cceluei hall end pantry and is in to those who This Is the only line by which pusengers to the Large yard and gardes. A deo splendid icpalr the shoulders, highland fashiou. The understand how it is separated during rapidly in tho Blower countries of lightful home in every particular. Traverse Region are landed at Traverse City fjs iw it is in- America. Lot American bride's k'lft to her maids might bo a gold tho process of making flour, contains The fartr , which contains 6i acres, ii titusled thistlo 6et with Scotch pebbles. Their about seven times as much phosphato horso breeders thank God and take cour-ag- o on me Knob Lick Pike and Joins K. P. Wood. I. Without Change of Cars. II Foster and Mrs Lawton, Haa und at tho fame timo go to raising dwelling, necesiary outbuilding and is comfortable hats should bo white velvet Tarn O'Shan-tors- . of limo as does corn. Thero nro a great well water For full information as to time of trains, etc., apply to Instead of white satin ribbon many foods which largely excel corn, Miperior animals as fast as they can. eu particulars and T write any representative Big Pour Route. 31 it MRS. HUGH RtID, Stanford. class carriago across tho aisles stretch plaid clan rft D. P. MARTIN, horse, K. O. McCORMACK, wheat or wits in their relative propor First latter not of tho and draft projtor-tionGen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. Pass. Traffic Mgr. URS, L. IC STOWELL. tho MRS. M. C. TERRELL. bou. If tho purso will allow, faston a heaviest tion of mineral matter. Protein is moro sell woll to European buyers. Wo fashionablo up town avenues, received a bunch of thistles, with a broad ribbon easily obtuinablo than tho mineral eleNATIONAL BANK largo voto at tho Republican primaries, bow, at oach pew. Decorato tho altar ments where an oxclusive grain diet is can Hcarcoly raiho tho tyjo of heaviest Co with white heather. Instead of tho practiced. draft horso in demand in tho seaport but not so largo as her most formidable It is a deficiency of mineral Or STANFORD. KV. opponent, Mrs. Catherino T. Avery. usual wedding march have the organist matter that causes somo young animals cities of Europe, but wo aro going to do m OF STANFORD, KY., play "Lo, tho Conquering Hero Comes!" to mako sa It is a great day for America when Capital Stock Realizing that thero was no hope in this slow growth. Ono of tho ad- Europo IsaowfuUy.crsniiei.'aiid ready for business wila sends to Now York nud Chicago direction, Miss Quintrell offered herself and during the ceremony tho service vantages of limestouo soils is that anifor fancy carriage horses und streeters. impressivo if old Scotch mals fed urplus Paid up Capital of - $200,000. and was accepted as a candidate of the might bo very ed. on tho products of such soils Democratic Canada so far has tho best demand for are largoly benefited, and tho young . 20000. and exciting party. After an enthusiastic airs wero plaj urphu, Attention of This idea could be worked out for any stock canvass of several weeks horses for Europe. Carriago and draft that this is the the public is invited to the fac thrives. only Hank Stanford tho tide of public favor turned toward nationality as well. For a French one horses wero in tho lcginning bred moro Under the provisionsNational National in Uank of the To feed on ono kind of food mostly is are secured not only by the capital bIio was elected by a substitute lilies for tho thistles. Flower- not economy, because thonnimal fails to carefully in Canada than in tho United stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor bjs SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Mrs. Avery, and is always effective, and tho large majority. BANK OF STANFORD, derivo proper nourishment therefrom, States; conhcmiently many superior amount equal to the itock.iii that HnA.lt... .1 hat for tho maids would bo quite and moro especially with growing stock, horses wero sold from tho Dominion, this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Mrs. Avery is a graduate of tho Masrive iworn statements of thecondition of the bank Mow closing up) with the same aisets and undsi sachusetts Stato Normal school and has iu form with the present fashiou. the same management. which makes a gain which proportionate- both iu this country and in Europo. But are made each yearto the United States provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as filled soverul responsible positions in Maudk Javks Cuilton. By and Its assets are esamincd at stand times ly far exceeds that of matured unimals. we aro catching up now. by government agents, thus securicg addililoru folly protected as aie depositors in National the publio schools of Michigan and. Ono Ann nf hono dealers in Glasgow and perfect safety to depositors. Banks, its shareholders being held individual! Varied foods supply all wants, whether Clydesdale .Marc This iniUtution, originally established asTEe liaolc to the extent of the amount of their stock Ohio. When sho left Massachusetts to There havo been better Clydosdale consisting of grains and vegetables or tried to mako a contract iu Chicago for Deposit Bank of Stanford In itjl, then therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the assumo .tho duties of principal in the lisd ss the J.'auonal Hank ol Stanford in iMj and the biproducts of mills. Linseed and cot- tho delivery and shipment of 100 horr-eamount Invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as high school at Battlo Creek, Mich., sho dams than tho ono in this picture; but, tonseed nioals aro rich in the mineral n week the Tho horses wanted wero tho again re.prganued as had Hirst National Bank ol if so, they aro not known to fame. A btanford in 1S81, has an individual. practically an d of introduction a elements and servo to balauco tho grain kind tued for street cars and tho lighter existence or is years. It is better supplied To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us carried with her letter now with Ucllitlesfortraniactingbuiiness prompt from Weudoll Phillips, beginning, "Let tuaro that, after a career of foal bearinc. ration. Both bran and middlings aro ex- kiuds of hauling. whila mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol ly and liberally than ever before in its long Stanford, we we here tenderour many thanks ana Uiis introduco to nil who know mo or can como out shapely una symmetrical and trust they will continue to transact their business Tho foreign horso buyers in America honorable career. Accounts of corporations as this ono und win prizes everywhere cellent additions to bulky foods, and not value my opinion Miss Kato H. Tilden, firms and individuals respectfully solic- with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenmatonly because they contain mineral .y a shade higher price for horses than tion to same, our twenty years' experience is a graduate of tho best schools wo have sho is shown is something uncommon. The Directory of this Bank is composed ol banking and as liberal accommodations as are This maro is owned iu tho northwest ter largely, but also because they are thoy will bring on tho homo market and one who has with rare success and with sound banking. Forestu lteid, Lincoln county; belongs perhaps to the most famous concentrated. Rich, sweet herbage of all But tho homes must bo no slouches. r exemplary fidelity improved all her op- and S.T. Harm, Lincoln; DiRacioas: A carriago horso with a short back, Clydosdalo family in America. Sho is as kiuds is relished by all classes of stock portunities. " J. H. Collier, Lincoln; Vernon; J J.. Williams, Mi. model for this breed as an ani- because such foods are varied, and there- high action, round body, heavy quarters Mrs. Avery is a member of tho Con- near tho J. W. Hayden, Stanford; H. Shanks, Stanford; fore supply what may be needed. It is mid neat limbs is tho ono wanted. Goou S. It. llaughman.) Lincoln; versational, tho oldest literary club in mal can be. Her mild, spirited eye, when clover hay and grasses aro allowed J. S. Owsley, Stanford; J. S.Hocker, Stanford; Cleveland ; of tho Women's Press club, Binall, nlort ears and brainy top head that grains may bo given, us the food is endurance is also required. S J. Embry, Stanford; W. A.Trlbble.Stauford; When your Mock is shipped in filthy which sho has threo times represented stamp her at onco as possessing high in- then better balanced, which results in J. B. Owsley, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; telligence. So sho has. Strength, encars, mako a royal row about it. Do not in tho International League of Pr J. F. Casb, Stanford; economy because tho conditions nro then T. P. Hill, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; is an enthusiastic Daughter durance, soundness and spirit speak out moro favorable for tho greatest increase put up with it for a moment, unless you Clubs, and K. L. Tanner.JMcKinney; A. W. Carpenter, Mille?geiTe, of tho Revolution, of which society sho all over her. want your stock to get sick nud die. in growth and weight. Philadelphia M.J. Miller, Mt.Vernon.Ky W. H. Cummins, Prcschrrsille was recently elected stato regent in Wo shall certainly know tho truth . H. Hocker, President; Hogs that wallow in cold puddles get Record. S. H. Shanks, President, Ohio. Sho is on ardent advocato of the about tho cattlo supply when tho careful Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; '' Then their legs seem rheumatism. Du J. B. OwsJcy, Caihier, American high school system and is at crampy and sore to the touch. A. A. McKinney,Asit. Csjhler Tho Moino law gives a lien on a colt inquiry ordered by Secretary of AgriculW. M.Bright, Teller. present considering mothods for its im- far Eervico fee of tho sire. ture Morton is published. Will art as Executor.VAdmlnistrator ex-stat- Kentucky. by American Pttm Associa tion. o provement nnd development, "Wo do not pretend," she maintains, "to send out from our high schools men of letters, orators nnd statesmen. That must bo left to tho colleges and universities. What we hope to do is to cducato boys and girls who will develop into good business men and women, and who will elevate the moral and intellectual tone of tho community to which they belong." Mrs. Avery is tho daughter of Hon. James Tilden, n well known lawyer in southern Michigan. Her husband senis Hon. Elroy M. Avery, ator oud author of several school text books extensivoly used in tho cast. In a largo town in eastern Indiana thero is a modest littlo womau, Mrs. Susan G. Patterson, who soveral years ago suddenly found herself olevated to tho responsible position of superintendent cf schools. Mrs. Patterson had al- o RANQE HORSES. yyaraytaayr! THE HORSEBACK FARMER. This Man Farms Like a Gentleman anil a Scholar. Tho man in this picture says that ho does not seo why so many farmers will . o io NORTH WIST, 1 vNivf WW Double Dally Trains col-leg- o, sov-or- al - lil-a- I .I.-.- H -- 1 - g imtKir-tonc- e I o I d , ( - the Resorts of Michigan. Cincinnati and Bay View, Mich., : wn-- r it-- i Northwestern States ltreetllna; Up anil Im proving Their Stock. Tho latest improvement in horseflesh is the woll bred, civilized horso of tho northern ranges. Ho is exceptionally well muscled, tougli nnd full of life, with tho best of feet. This is duo to tho olimnte, high altitude, tho excellent strength producing bunch and buffalo gross and tho nncontnmiuated lifo ho lives on tho open prairies. Wo nro raising as well bred draft horses as over looked through a collar, means so much more than and tho foundation of our stud is tho 'you imagine serious and fluest collection of low, long and wido PcrchcroiiH with extra heavy bono that 'fatal diseases result from was over selected in tho district of La 'trifling ailments neglected. Perclie, Tlioso mares nnd stallions aro ' Don't play with Nature's registered in Franco and America and T ore dexeuded from tho threo grandest greatest gut health. sires of tho blood namely, Brilliant, If jonsrefetllnr Coco and Favori I. Our rango rnisod and genetally young stock excels its French parents in nausteu, netous, quality of bono and muscular develophave no appetite and can't work, J ment, begin at oncetsk- - " Liko Montana and Dakota nativo catliiK the most tells. J Die sucnKinrmiiK tle, they are low and block? and ore medlclne.whlchis most deceptivo on tho Fcales, weighing Krown's iron Bit. ters. A few botmoro to tho cubio inch than eastern tles cure benefit hon-es- . Tho most important quality of comes from the erv first dose tt theso horses is their draft powers, and smi twx a it (1 yrur wo can safely state that they will pull ttrti, It's pleasant to take. moro tnrauds jer day with loss feed than farm raised horses. Farm hornes aro generally fed too much grain when young and nro liable Dyitpepsla, Kidney and Liver to bo overworked iK'foro they aro C years Neuralgia, Troubles, old. Our horses aro not fed grain until Constipation, Bad Blood six months before going to market, and Nervous ailments they aro not worked until 4 past. Wo f Malaria, Women's complaints. halter break the sucking colts to lead Gel only tl; Kenulne It has crossed ted and handle them every year, bo that c wrapper. All others ate flln they aro never afraid of a man. recrtl.t of two r. itimni we r will send set of Ten ileautllul World's 1 Tho range foal commences to travel hale Views and book ficc. by tho sido of tho dam tho day it is BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. M0. fouled and covers from ft to .10 miles a -' U ""U -- 1.1, day until shipcd to tho breaking establishment in Pennsylvania. If a maro San Francisco. Poriland. feeds Yi hours in 24, sho naturally travTo the els ono or two miles an hour. Tho PerchiTon has n sweet disjKvdtion, nnd after these rango bred horses havo been on tho ears a week en routo from ..Via The North Dakota to Pennsylvania they do uot fear any kind of engine or rolling itock. After they havo been stabled, blanket- od and cared for under strict stablo n5) tcmtvittt iiiwiUu!aCniacolti(fc-Onlj- r management und worked threo months single and doublo by a first class teamDiolor Car KouuJFrom ster they are Itetter educated and much more intelligent animals than tho ordinary farm horse, which has most likely never been in single haniess, and has been broken by "Tom, Dick and Hnrry. " Klegsot I'uUnsn Vestibuled Tho roads iu tho largo horn raising disSleepers of Modera Psttcro. tricts of Iowa und other states ore inadeI'or rasps or snjr Information, addren quate for siuglo horses to travel. TUA.HK J RKID, E. 11. IIACON, Spavins, ringbone nnd curl are al(5 I Agent, D P. A cent, most unknown in tho range country, and Chlcifo. LouliUle. wo ship none but sound horse for tho IleSUKK being shod or fed eastern market. Donver. to call fcr St. Paul. grain until 4 years pat makes them "MONOV i Koute. tho most economical horses on the market. Their feet and stomachs last lougrr and they require loss shooing and less grain. These horses hoofs have very thick walls and high, wido heels, nnd they are seldom flat footed. It is unnatural for a horso to cat concentrated feed, GOURIER-dOURNA- L and in his natural state it takes hours to satisfy his appetite with grass. It surely Is a tea pi M column democratic as pirr. must tax the digestive organs to It contains lh teat el a feed of oats in a short time, nnd six WAlTCHOUn everitaiDr. tone HEN in editor. I liavo heard many good horsemen say PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. that a horse's stomach "burns out" from grain feeding. The WEEKLY COURIER. JOURNAL "Tho proof of tho pudding is in tho erjr liberal terms to stent., and rWts treemskts pre working our rango bred minRit for clubs Sample copies oflhe paper and eating," and by four pace Premium Supplement teat free to any horses alongside of hom on tho farm address. Write lo where wo raise our feed and at the ranch CO. where we sometimes work our dry ThoCOUR mares wo havo learned in our ten years' LOUISVILLE, KY. experience that tho Dakota horse excels The in endurance and pulling ability and is Semi Weekly Interior Journal a more octivo mover. And The Wo never work our mares with foal, nnd tho colt never sucks a Courier-Journ- al heated or jaded maro. Cor. Brother's Will be sent one year to any addreis for S3 TO. Gazctto. In Poor Health Brown's e" I Iron Bitters It Cures sub-)- n -"" NdDHTHWEST -- DLOUXSVIXXX TO CHICAGO. I" Nr-ve- THE WEEKLY con-sum- o ! lER-JOURN- conM-quentl- Weekly BIG 4 : ROUTE, TOU SALI I j Residence Stanford nud a Sninll Farm. Ku-rop- - m s, Farmers Bank&Tmst FIRST 8200,000 21,300 de-luc- e Colo-nad- o eovsrra-me- nt s uninter-rupte- fldts-cian- cs, coa-isu- nt f v em iiii.'j , ii.S pi .m i e,'uaj'jawfi.jii "r Tr,sr "H Try our patent Fits any owtci t.ii. ruarun i KjU, Danks' reduction in watches this week. It' tho young men who seek to make 3TANronD, Kv., - . .Ipse 28. 1895 night hideous by running their horses Sin not sewing machine oil. W. II, Interior Journal Danks, the optician, for spectacle. ( Gre-bnc- k. What is it that makes A K . College at Lexington, I shall attempt to collect eery acMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mk. W. A. TiininLK was in Mt. Vernon count on my books after July 1st. InFrank Brown, n Boston Italian, shot on legal business this week. terest will be added to all accounts due his bride to death on the night of his Mhs J. H. Kikhy Is visiting her hus- Jan. 1, 1895. marriage. band's relatives in Lancaster. A little daughter arrived Tuesday to Mr. G. A. Duod, of the firm of Dunn Garrard, Miss Suk Ooklvik, of Upper further bless tho uniou of Mr. and Mrs. ASurber, of Junction City, nnd Mies is tlio guest of Mrs. J. 0. Hays. Mks. It. S. Lyti-- and Mrs. Dr. W. II J. B Paxton, and the county attorney is Mattie Williams, h Shelby City beauty, the happiest man in town. went to Cincinnati Tuesday and were Penny went to IxiniBvillo Tuesday. quietly married. Tho Interior Journal Mh. J. II. JUuoiiman it at Crnb Or NoTiCE.We havo perfected arrange extends hearty congratulations. chard having Dr. I. S. Burdett treat his ments by which wo are enabled to ex Mr. Harry G. Marcum, CatleUsburg, eyes. change flour and meal for grain at all and Miss Maud Tlnslev, the handsome Mrs L. II. Ilusau.so, of Somerset, la times. J. II. Baughman k Co. daughter of Circuit Clerk W. W. Tins-ley- , visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. IL of Barbourville, wero married Tues IlouU Beoinnimi Monday the morning train Dh. Andhkw Skangknt, of Hopkina-vlll- e, on the K. 0. dlvison will leave here at day. One of the presents was a deed a Is visiting his mother at Mr. L. M. 7:10 instead of 7:15 and the one arriving to a house and lot in Catlettaburg, presented by the groom's mother. Lssley's. at fl.Oo r. M. will arrive at 0:20 r. m, . Miss Annie Londodderry, of Boston, Gov. J. B. McOrcary represented the Wk have secured an expert blackwho is riding around tho world on a olghth district in the committeu on resosmith who has been in the employ of bicycle, to decide a wager of $20,000 to lutions. Mhs K. G. Waller, who has been ill Sandlfer, of Danville, and who is highly $10,000, has arrived at El Paso, Tex. for some time, was somewhat better yea recommended by him. Give him a trial. She has been on her journey a few days M. S. A J. W. Baughman. over a year, and in that time haa deterday. Mh. H. M, Moracit wont down to Hi Tiieiik are already about 50 guests at clined ovt-- 150 offers of marriage. At 11 o'clock Wednesday morning loyn this week to sen his aged father Crab Orchard Springs and many more is sick. in the parlors of the Louisville Hotel, who aro booked for later in the season. ManM. Wtsterfield and Mies Nan-ni- e Mks. W. II. Kimiv and aunt, Miss ager Hofmann thinks he will have the Mr. Ivk.'tn Murrs, of this place, were joined in Mattie Thompson, are visiting relatives biggest crowd this year he has ever had. wedlocks holy bonds. The bride is the in Momphis. Dn. Wm. Hay and Mr. ami Mrs. J. W Sam Joe Burch contracted with Judge niece of Mr. and Mrs. M. D Elmore and Brown, of Garrard, havo been guests ol Vincent Boreing yesterday to carry the is a pretty and accomplished young lady Mr. J. L. Hay. mail on the new routo between this Sho has made her homo with Mr. and Dh. W. N. Okaio went to Louisville place and Kingsville for 5335. We are Mrs. Elmore for yearn and no pareuts yesterday morning to lay in goods for told that the judge took the contract for ever loved an offspring more than they Craig & Ilocker. J339. have proven that they love her. She is deserving of their affections, however, Misses Jkan and Kva Buciiasa.v, of Mr. A. G. Eastland received yester- for n more charming little lady could Crab Orchaid. have been the guests of day a draft for $2,500 from his company, hardly be found than Miss "Nan" as she Miss Keaie Burch. Mas. Betsy Nnvivs ir in Mercer at the the Mutual Life of Now York, for Mrs. is familiarly known. Mr. Weeterfield is bedside of her brother, Hev. Strother Sarah E. Marrs, of Danville, the amount un excellent young man, ranks high in of insurance held by her husband, Mr. J. Cook, Sr who is dangerously 111. his business as train dispatcher and is a Mr. and Mrs. Fiukk Wilkinson left It. Marrs. genial, affable gentleman. He bus made yestorday to locato at Burgin, where Mr. The Advocate says Haymond Flair. a legion of friends sinco he has lived the bicycle expert, and J. L. Frohman, a hero who congratulate him on winning Wilkinson will open a barber shop. MiM Kiina Colltkh, of Paiksville. bicycle fiend, have arranged to give a so lovely a bride. Mr. and Mrs. Wester-fiel- d who baa been the eutst of Mrs. T. A. bicycle tournament at the fair grounds returned yesterday and have taken Thursday, July 11th. Something over rooms at Mr. Elmore's where they will Coulter, returned home yesterday. Misses Kate Waddle and Sue Brink-le- y $100 in prizes will be distributed. remain until the uncontrollable desire to g and Mr. Ed Waddle, of Somerset, go to strikes them. The Death. Mrs. Winfred Huches died have been guests of Miss Sue Willie Halo. Interior Journal joins their many Misa JosEi'iitNS Hkbd, of Stanford, re- at her homo near McKinney the first pf friends in wishing them the best that turned home Saturday after her plearant the week of cancer of the stomach. She this world affords and a safe and prosvisit with Mrs. Mary Bowman. Advo- had been ill for nearly a year, during perous voyage over the sea of life. which timo she suffered greatly. Mrs. cate. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mh. Matt Woodson, of Middlesboro, Hughes was a good woman and a de wifu and vout chrhtian. was here this week to see bis Hev. George O. Barnes is holding a children, who aro visiting at Mr. 0. J. meeting in Versailles. "A Damned Hot Day" is the sublet Crow's. "Uncle Joe" Hopper closed a meetof a discourse that Hev. Peter Vinegar, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hoiiinson, who tho colored Lexington divine, will deliver ing at Walnut Hill, Fayette connty, on have been visiting his parents in this at the Logantown church on the first Thursday night with 17 additions. county, returned Wednesday to their Hev. S. M. Logan has been assisting Sunday in July. The services will be home at Middlesboro. Hev. F. H. Kean, in his brotber-in-law- , followed by a 10 days meeting and othMed. J. I Hose, of Shelby City, and a protracted meeting at Taylorsvillo the er promlnt colored preachers will assist Mies Ora VanAredale, of Harrodsburg, past week. Misa the pastor, Hev. W. M. Young. are guesta of Mrs. P. W. Green and Rev. C. E. Powell haB been selected Mollio Wright at the Myers House. Macksville was tho scene of a shoot by tho Y. P. S. 0. E. as delegate to the , Missrs Mary Kaocualk and Sue log bee Tuesday night. Three drunken National convention, which meets in of Cincinnati. Hallie Doty and Mib. white tramps raised a disturbance by Boston on the 11th proximo. Glasgow Terry Lavton, of Garrard, have been the shooting ofl their mouths and their pis- Times. gueBts of Misses Mary and Maggie Noel. tols, when "T" Baughman, The Hev. W. E. Broadhuret, pastor Jno. Hayden Dr. 8. G. Dick, of Crab Orchard and several other colored boys soueht to of the Methodist Episcopal church, Springs, was down Tuesday to meet his "preserve the peace and dignity of the South, at Arkansas City, Kan., has redaughters, Misses Helen and Jean Dicki Commonwealth" by making them leave signed his pastorate, confessing that afwho have been attending school at town. They succeeded, but not until 20 ter resisting temptation for 21 years, he Hockford, III. or 30 pistol shots were fired. Strange to has fallen. Tbero is a woman involved. ' Miss Mamik Moons, who has been say no one was hurt. HUBBLE. Mrs. Kato Duddnrar in her millinery store, left yesterday for her home Dr. Ruiiv. a Louisvillo quack, is said Elder Jos. Ballou will preach at in Louisyille, to the regret of her many to ho efleetinc some wonderful cures at Hush Urancl. Sunday. friends. Perry vltle. The doctor goes into a tranco All of the farmers report more or Misses Sus and Bessie Woods and and cures peoplo of all ailments. He is less smut in their wheat. their guest, Miss Lucy Allen, accompan- a spiritualist, and claims that a spirit Leslie Carter bought 22 head of ied bv Messrs. W. II. Shanks, Rowan doctor tells him what ails all who call on stock hogs of J. A. Hammonds for 4c. Saulley and A. II. Severance formed a him for treatment, and he doctors accordHenry Walter and S. M. Spoona- party to Linnietta Springs Wednesday ing to the advice of the departed M. D more sold aomo lambs to Ben Robinson evening. and by tho laying on of hands. We have at 4c. it pretty straight that several Lincoln James Wilmot's old family mare got CITY AND Vir.lNITV. county peoplo havo gone to Perryvlllo to too near tho cliff a few days ago and had Danks, the jeweler, wants your trade." see him and that ono lady from the Shel- to criple around tho other way. .. by City section, but who lives in this J. B. Robinson and wifo and W. D. White Duck vests nnd panta at county, is under his treatment. Robinson left Wednesday for Middlesbo.. Shanks'. ro, after a pleasant stay among us for a . New Ditto Firm. Dr. W. N. Craig few days. Wm. Watson is in Danville in our imitation cut Useful articles and Mr. J. Warren Hocker have bought this week at work at his trade. Mr. E. glass at very low prices. Danks, tho the stock of drugs owned by the lato Dr. T. Minor and family aro visiting friends jeweler. 8. G. Hocker and have taken possession in this community. Tub Knights of Pythias nre preparing of tho store. The price paid was f2,G00. Mrs. Jack Yeakey, aged 82, quietly for another banquot. They will likely They will engage a prescription clerk and and easily gave up the struggle of this Dr. Craig will also devote moat of his life early Tuesday morning. She had havo it next week. settling timo is time to the business. Mr. Hocker, who been troubled with dropsy for sometime ANcvrnxn is a partner in the firm of Withers A which, coupled with a ripe old age, realmost at hand. In Binning up what you Hocker, will divide his timo between sulted in her departure. She leaves a bill you owe t. owo don't fall to include tho the Btorea. Both of the gentlemen com- good husband, three children and six this ofllce. posing the new firm are good business and a host of friends to Do not buy until you seo our lino of men and their many friends will take join them in thoir Borrow. She was a pleasure in seeing that they get n living Christian woman in the fullest sense of harness, saddles, Duggy wuipe, lap Ac. We beat tho lowest on prices. out of the business. the namo and that she now rests in M. S. & J. W. Baughman. heaven, no one is made to doubt. Her Mr. William who has been remains were interred in tho now k James Belden baa opened a little fruit In tho asylum twice, was ngain declarod Wednesday morning at Cemetery next Insane Wednesday and ordered and candy store in tho store-rootaken lo 11 o'clock. residence. He is also the asylum at Lexington. to Mr. Williams' About threo agent for the Danville Steam Laundry. years ago his mind became unbalanced Tho Owensboro Messenger, over the Huatonville on on religious subjects and at times ho signature of its editor, Urey Woodson, The Masonic picnic at would ravo like a the L. A N. defeated Mr. McOhord the glorious 4th will wind up with a hop thought to bo all right maniac. Ho was Bays when he was for railroad commissioner. He eaj a Fulday will be a gala one and at night. Tho from the asylum the last timo ton was tho road's first choice. and tho biggest crowd over in town Ib and until tho Goshen Many deaths from yellow fever are meeting, which he expected. Stanford will go in a body, attended, nobody noticed anything reported at Santos, Brazil. Men aro i Wrmut & Burns, of Huatonville, have wrong. He came to town Wednesday said to bo fulling in the streets and dyposted notices stating that they will ap- and created considerable excitement by ing by scores in the city and on the vesply county court day lo havo the license his ravings and Judge Davison thought sels in the port. Numerous vessels are of retail-in- it heat to try him. It did not take tho unable to leave tho place on account of to keep hotel with the privllego W. B.Wright jury long to decide that be was In liquors transferred from bad not having enough seamen left to man shape mentally. them. to them. k through town and yelling and shooting, off their pistols would stop for a moE. C. Walton, Business Manager The wood work on the Myers House ment and think what they are doing we is being improved by n coat of paint. are certain they would quit such busi . . PERSONAL POINTS. nees. It is neither smart nor funny and A wind-storaccompanied by rain S, I'nicg is at Linnietta fipringp. did gmat damage t3 wheat in tho Tur- - certaiuly it is not essential to the hnppi Dn. A. nees or prosperity of those who engage Mk. T. M. Oivslky is vlaltlnK relatives nersvillu section Monday night. in it. Furthermore tlioro is a law againet . in Madisoo. Baroains extraordinary. All China such things and Marshal New land is goJonas Vincent JJoiikino, of Loudon, and wash silks that were We, 50c and 00c ing to enforce it. A hint to the wiee was hero Tuesday. should be snilklent. Mil. It, from now go at 25c. Severance & Son. Wearen & Co. ., m THE GLOBE CLOTHIERS The most popular place to buy Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods ? 0. liven has returned .A Read the Answer In ... the Stars. m m m r BECAUSE All their goods are of the best texture the market affords for the money, are well made and fit perfectly. Because when they sell you goods it is value received. They keep up with the times and prices are as low as any in the large cities. Satisfaction is guaranteed or money refunded. No trouble to show goods, and We have the Best $10 Suits in the Country to-da- y. it THE GLOBE houBe-keepin- Strictly One Priee Clothing House, J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. CRAB ORCHARD. Lay-toe- m m Mies Hannah McFall has returned home after a six weeks' visit to her uncle, Mr. Wilson, at Bardstown. Miss Lula Stuart haB returned home after a delighttul visit at Grays and Livingston. FarmerB aro busy cutting wheat in this section, but moat of them report unfavorably. Some claim ruBt destroyed part of the crop, while the Hessian fly seems to have done the damage to others. Messrs. Bronaugh and Herrin will ship their cattle and hogs fed at the distillery of J. W. James to Cincinnati next Monday. Mr. James will closo the distillery at that time on account of scarcity of water. Quite a pleaeant evening was spent by the young peoplo at Dr. Stapp's Tuesday eyening. It wbb rather a surprise party, but the doctor and family were equal to the occasion and all were well entertained. Mrs. John Edmiston, who has been an invalid for several years, became much worse Sunday and continues in a serious condition. Her children are all with her, doing all they can for her comfort. Mrs. F. A. Zeller is seriously ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. F. Hold-a- WEDDING PIBSENTS .AT. DANKS, THE JEWELER. Wagon Material, Rims, Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, &c, &c, AT MHBUOEIB FMKOUS First Week in Q June. m. W. H. WEAREN & CO. m Quite a number of young folks from Lancaster, Stanford and Richmond spent Sunday at the Springs. A good string band from Louisville arriyed Wednesday and this alone will make the season gay. The Friday night hops will occur as usual, with good music by the new band. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Will have open and ready for inspection this (Friday) evening the lasgest stock of Summer T IFOIEIEILSrT, AT LANCASTEER, KY. Store Room So feet deep, plate glass front, the latest modern shelving, all new and elegantly furnished for dry goodt, clothing or drug itore. Centrally located on the Public Square, among the cash stores of the town Terms and price right. K. H. I1ATS0N, Lancaster. Addicic semi-annu- al grand-childr- en Ever in Stanford. The following is a part of the many good things. uus-ter- s, Si-rat- t, Ash-loc- ST5LKTF0HD French Percales, Jaconet Duch.es, Cordele Organdies, m Female -:- - College, Stanford, Ky. Fall Session Opens Sept 3 1895. g Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departments. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ol Study. Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. Ilett teachers employed, each a specialist in her own Department. Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of Scotch Lawns, Darro Dimities, Ginghams, &c. Come early. ' teachers. For lurther information, address 34 WILLIAM SHKLTO.V, President. SEVERANCE & SON. fcSftUl.l A Mn- - flll-H- L 117 1 BT.t AT THE HACKNEY CROSS. One Man Who Ilsva Mnde Money Out of HE LIKED CHICKENS. HOW.MR. M'CUMLEY'S PET BANTAMS DISAPPEARED FROM VIEW. fax, Alilio, Va., iu crosaiiig tho hackney Bullion on his.fiuoly bred trotting mitres, o has iirovctl of tho most satisfactory eVWhen not so paid S3. BO will be charged." possible. As your reatlors uro doubtless nwaro, Mr. Fairfax, 601110 six years K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ago, solccted n goodly number of trot-tiu- g Trains leave Stanford at ytj a. tn. and 3 p.m. mares of various strains of blood arriving at atjo p. m. and 0:0s p. m. and bred them to tho woll known hackney stallion Matchless of Lamlesboro. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. The results wcro phouomcnnlly ,. la 37 p ra No. as, Train going North.. as tho most desirable quali" No, . .... 315am No. 15, South ...,u 04 p m ties of both siro and dam appeared to bo No.-- i, " ' .... 15 1' ui transmitted to nearly all tho colts, and tho ideal carriage horso thereby QUEEN & CRESCENT. Half n dozen of the-scolts, Traini pat Junction City- as follows mares and geldings wero sold last spring, Ho. 1 South ri 48 a m No a North -- 3 3? P " in Now York, under tho hammer, for -- .13S P m " 4 " 3 " 0110 or two making 11 35, am "' 6 " ...3.13 a m about $1,000 each i " " ...6.00 a m as high as $1,600. 10 9 " ...... 8 40 p m This is exactly tho Note. Xos. and 6 and 9 and 10 run uo fur- - kind of horses which today tho eastern ther than Junction City, nor on S jndiy. nud foreign buyers aro on tho lookout for tho only class for which tho is far ahead of tho supply. Of course it must not bo assumed by any means that every hackney stallion, when crossed on a road mare, will get n carriago horse. Just as thero aro "trot-tor- s and trotters," so thero aro "hack-uoy- s and hackneys" good, bad and tho majority being decidedly indifferent. But take a really good hackney stallion, possessing fair size, with quality, stylo, action and good back breeding that la to say, not only freo from every taint of draft or other ex traneous blood, but whose immediato ancestors on both sides were animals of good repute and cross this stallion with well bred mares, 10 hands high, of good quality and conformation (whether standard bred or not is of less consequence, and if thoy havo a dash of thorAbsolutely Pure.! oughbred blood all tho better), and I am favor-ublbaking pow freo to say that tho produco under nearero A cream of tarter circumstances would couio der. Highest of all in leavening supplying tho urticlo so much iu demand strength. Latest United States today than by any other meiuis I know of. True, they may not always get up Government ood Report. to tho full 1G hands size, suitable for tho ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., heavier equipages, whero a larger, rangier, less dashing typo of horao is per100 Wall Street, New Yorfe. haps morosuitablo, but as a general rulo they will bo postered of that combination so much desired viz, good looks, The following farmers have potted their lands strength, stamina, quality and stylo, una hunters ana trappers win piease taice nonce. with tho bold, l'rco action of knees and JOHNTURNBULL. hocks which distinguishes tho breed and increased its selling value. A. C. Lanha JoExn 0. Castleman. Without tho uso of tho hackney stallion those admirable featuies aro occasionally, but all too rarely, produced by some of our own trotting bred sires, but by using hackneys of the proper typo aud pedigree and mated as indicated above wo would get such results not onco in ten times, but perhaps eight times out of ten. Let uuy ouo interested visit tho horso sales at tho Chicago &CASTLEMAN stockyards and observo how alert tho various buyers, eastern and European, MANAGERS, suddculy become when a horso of hackOommerce Building, Louisville ney typo outers tho salo ring. Thero is a kind of magnetic charm about the Agents throughout the South. horao's appearance and an evident power which W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, captivate all of force and action tho real horsemen, oven mast bigoted fust trotting advocate, STANFORD, KY. Tho result is 6ecn in tho keen competition of ouo buyer against another to tho "plum," which is only accomplished after a flguro has been reached Only Duect Like Between high enough probably to buy u half dozen of tho usual nondescripts that con stantly fill tho stockyards' auction mart Shortest. and quickest between and with which tho wholo country is Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, badly saturated. Now that tho breediug Carlisle, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, season is ugaiu upon us it certuiuly beFalmouth and Covington. hooves tho horso breeder to cast asido Kentucky Midland. Trains "iUk (or ticket via all unreasoning prejudice, and thoso run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU June a, 1S93. who own mures which by reason of thoir size, finish and conformation aro suitaNo. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. p. m. p. m. a. m. ble for tho production of carriago horses 00 4 00 IVve Franklort A 7 00 should look around for tho best aud 20 4 is 7 Elkborn " Stamping Uround 7 sS 439 7148 most likoly stallion, bo ho hackney, 13 Georgetown!!... 7 47 4 47 " C. S. Depot coacher or road horso. 4 3? 7 55 303 Arr. 8 30 C 5 35 400 Paris Remember, however, he must havo tho necessary action, quality, bono mid TRAINS WEST. No. 2. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. symmetry of form as well as being well p. m. a. ui. a m. p. m. bred on both sides of tho house. Thero C 600 Lve Parts 440 9 45 6 43 C. S. Depot .... 10 17 is at present a rich reward obtained by 6 4 6 25 s 35 Georgetown U 10 41 " tho owners of tho proper kind of horses, 7 a8 " Stamp's Gro'd 10 5,8 703 " Hlkhorn 7 ?5 and this reward will bo greatly enn 16 7 as 8 13 7 3$ Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 hanced in tho next few years, when tho return of moro prosperous times aud tho SUNDAY TRAINS. natural results following tho greatly reLeave Georgetown 10 36 a. tn; arrive Frankfort stricted aggregato of horso breeding ex jo a.m. Iavem.Frankfurt 4 00 p. m. ariive Georgetown throughout tho United States for several 4 50 p. Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connecyears back will produco a condition of The tion! form the shortest and cheapest route to all mutters approaching an absolute famine point South, East, N'crtu and West. h in tho line of good horses. Alex For further information apply to their agents. in Horseman. C. D. BCKCAW, Gen Pass. Agent. uu-tiirsuccess-ful.inasmuc- Published Kvory Tuesday and Friday Tho cxperionco of Hon. Henry Fair- two wanacreu into tho library nud mot tho stuffed owl that Mr. McCumley shot tho sum mor luiforo up at Green Briar Springs DR. SALE. FOR to Persons desirirg a place of this kind will Mod it thtlr aJvantaie to call on or address, MRS. MARY K.SI.AUGHTF.U, Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 "W. B. FENirE Dlngmun's Ferry. Ph flicy Hail n lively Tlino While It Lasted, anil Mr. McCumley Was Kept lluay Hunting: Tor Kbx In Vnrloui I'laces. Why the Colored Cook Was Dismissed. Copyrlpht, 1895. Mr. McCtunloy was passlonutoly fond of chlckeus for a whlto num. Although ha lived In tho city, ho could not rcfrnln from Indulging his wcakuass, so far ns the fiiniillness of his 1 1 never seen tho owl before, as It had o in o u had Dcntfsl, Office on Main V. S. : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Poat-Otfl- just como from taxidermist. When ho did discover tho owl and for a minute or two In tho cold, expresIlilU'ititatX .s sionless glare (f Its glass eye, ho -TY" could contain himself no longer and sent out ills i. GiaU spurs with nil his might. Ofoourso OX THE HAT STAND. this cent tho owl Hying off tho table, and n moment later, when Philemon saw It lying on Its back, ho concluded that ho had killed it nud lost no time in making tho hotiio ring with his victorious "Novf, there's that beautiful owl ruined after pacing 3 to hnvo it stuffedl" nx- hnd stood tho THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. ait of town 1'ice of Chaise. (.ood Livery Attached. Kiire el Hotel Ji oo per II-- "' day. A. II. 1IASTIN, 1'iop. Meet Strut, c Durch. Attjr at Law R. M, Newlind, Deputy Shrrlfl allTiain,nli;ht any and day. Patrons taken to h , , pro-dncc- d. wamK w . Conornl Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky We after oar servlcis to the public to do a gen era! Collecting llusiae.1 Accounts, netes, etc collected is all psru ot the cuunty. it Cm 1TOTIC2S Stanlonl, I storo-houtstere-heui- o - premises would lcrinlt. owing It to was 1 1 do-ma- ppYAi POWDER r vreukuoM that ho would novur llvo In n Hat. Ho had n small house nml a very small yard so small that, from n sense of proportion, ho felt ' that ho could only keep bnntnm. Uo kept thorn in n doghouse at night ami allowed thorn to run on tho IN THK MOltMXO. pqunro yard ot gross during the day. Occasionally ho would Hud them perched ou tho tons of the clotliospoles, and ono day, when ha iuIshhI them from the yard nud fon ail that thoy had llown from him forever, ho wont Into tho kitchen and found them roosting on tho clotlieslior.--e among his clean shirts and so cIo.no to tho stove that ho had to remove them by hand for fear thoy might bo ron.-te- d alive. In tho morning ho would bo awakened by tho crowing of tho cock iu tho doghouse, so that ho didn't find it necessary to keep nn alarm clock. Then ho would go down and liberate thorn for tho day, nfter which he would reach Into tho doghou!o with a pair of tongs and this e Having decided to move to my in e in Kr.,lhaea desirable the business portion ol Rowland which I will sell or rent at a reasonable price. For Information apply lo, T. C. HALL. IDeliorn "Your Cattle. I will go to any place wher ihrre are six or 1 do the wore cattle tqieaorn work with tht Llghtnlrg Dehoruer Can dehorn auy oew la three sveonds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, Uo snot crush nor break the hern, as the clipper Hers, ll is the only humane nay tod, horn Ioes not punish he animal like the saw, and the wound gels well as quick again as that made by the sav. For further isf.rmatlon, call on U. A. PHV ON, Matifsrd, Kv. See the Lighln'ng Pruning lltok. 1.1. 1 J. B. HIGGINS, ..Dealer In. All Kinds ?? Mrs. McCumley who saw no Kv. humor in tho situation. "I nm quite us sorry as you are," replied Mr. Mt'Uumloy, "ht.t Philemon Is Nashville, Tenn.iColhge forToun Ladies. not to blame, Is lief" "I suppose not," snld Mrs. McCumley. "Just because Philemon did It It Is nil right. Xow, if Tommy foil in tho mud Rev.,Goo. W. F. Prico, D. D Pres., nud ruined n pair of dollar corduroy knee Mrs. S. 0. Truchcart, Formerbreeches, I would never hear tho ond of It, ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prinand that f5 would hnvo bought n rug for tho bathroom. I deolaro it's just nwfull" cipal. "What's just awful?" nked Mr. claimed Stanford, oi Coal, I am cflw ready to deliver Ice .rorn the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ICE I At And Hills Cents Per Hundred Pounds oer and lc a pound for to peundi and up to IOO. .10 t ' dueislef each month K. llRLMHR, Manlord. n 1 "Why, thnt old moth eaten rooster, of of 40 Officers, Teachers and lecturers. Patronage Unicourse I wish you would keep him shut Irom entire Nulh Privileges in Vanderbllt GymI'onservstory versity. ArtNudio. up. Tho first thing 1 know you'll bo nasium. MuicPassenger Flevators. Term begins Fine wanting to keep sheep ou tlio roof nnd bcpt,s,itvS' bcud for Catalogue ducks In the lm tli room." ii-j- Three llulMini. room for oo ttearder' Facultr TO THE LADIES I . Mr. McCumley was considerably put out, but said nothing ns he proceeded to ho back yard with Philemon under Ids w. s. btjkch:, Attornoy - - My Mitllfliry Sio:k is f ill an I cinjtltle.i Call and ct amine and ytt wlll.be sure to buy a new Spring Hal. MISS LICC1K IIKAZLEV, bunf.rd, Ky i POSTED. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. BsarancB Company BARBEE bring forth tho luscious fruit to much for breakfuit. Whenever Mr. McCumley went Into tho yard, which ho did frequently, tho bantams would push about him and wag thulr inlls in great delight. Frequently thoy would alight uikjii his shuMldors, and tho only way he could rid hiuiM'lf of them was to take somo corn from his jwkct and ouit upon tho ground. Whenever ho mado n motlou as If to throw somothlng, tho bantams would run, hoping to ml something to cat upon tin ground. Onco when Mr. McCumley throw nn old Immh out of tho back window they ran for it with a vim worthy of a syndicate with a wild ambition to corner tho leather market, and from the manner iuwhloh thoy invoked at It Mr. McCumley concluded thnt thoy 8tirx.cii it was a beefsteak that was too much for tho teeth of tho family. Keening chickens in tho city and keep ing them In tho oouutry, whoro they can wander nt will and -t 11 greatly nultnted nnd offered a reward, which was lu vain, for ho never saw thorn ngnlu. Tho On tho following dy Philemon nnd his comimnlons departed nud could not be OTireon I.sicatter Street, oppotllc the Curt found, although n House. Collections receive especial attention S3 diligent search rOy' tur. tviti JiuuiB. McCumley wns A. S. arm. at Law,! Stanford, Kentucky. THE LADIES CORDIALLY : INVITED THICK, Surgeon Dentist, s2l To call and examine tay Spring Millinery, whi. h I an. opemag I pride myself thai it is Hp. well selected and that it is bound to please. Having bought lo, ta.h and being determined to sell for cash. I cat, at the teweil pes ,IWe prices Ad esamlaatiuB will convince juti. MRS A A. McKLVNEV. mystery re-ser- Ky- Midland R'y, hyacinths aro qulto different matters, and as these chickneighbor's devour your so-en- ro Cincinnati and Frankfort -- ley's had nothing of n nomadic chnractcr about them, nud never went off tho premises, It required somo tact to keep them in a happy frnmo of mind. Thoy never mot any other ens of Mr. Mo-Cu- m could not for n long time bo explained even by ns astute n thinker nsMr. McCumley. "Vou know," ho wild, "theydls- - THE owl's DOWNFALL. appeared the very day we employed th colored cook." s "1 do," replied his wife, who was to hnvolho bantams back for her husband's sake. "Now, let's discharge tho colored cook nnd seo If they'll return. You know tho hen's instincts of self preservation nro keen," nrgurd Mr. McCumley, with great nnx-ion- SJr Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley J'"M J T j Nfcs, wen. llulldiuj J. : T. : ST7TT01T, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the peoplo ol West LinFull stock of CoUloi coln and Catev Counties and Caskets always on band. I) S. Carpenter, Mansger 9) JOITES BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sole proprietors Deans Iliack Duaood Roo Paint Kstimiiis furnined for alullitg Wood. Metal and lion Roofs Saisfacnon (iuarasieed All tools painted with Dean's lllsck Diamond I ami guaranteed for years n Dealers in best Pumps and Oaivantted tun r liters. ira cii-er- Stanford, Ky. 1 G. B. COOPER, . A. C. Sine, Successor to f Proprietors of....- - VT ffjl I tmprosslvcnfx.s, So tho colored cook wns discharged. STANFORD, KY. Hut tho hens never returned, and when ...... r ir...i.. UVUUI . ' r--. . Il.il.a i.M...k. Wlr d w and ki. ..,-- wt their feathers were found in tho cellar mess and added new buggies .,vt-- .11. i.... arc horses, somo weeks later tho mystery of their dis- prcpsxeu so luruiia appearance upon tho day of tho colored FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS cook's arrival was satisfactorily explained. ' will carry a general stock of Building trasrliDg public will fi.id rial and by lelltnir On short notice. The It. K. Mu.NKirrmcK. Drum-ier- s' i Livery and Feed Stable, Mate- ) ' 1 M 1 GEO. B. HARPER, Hec'r& Gen Supt Frankfort, Ky. of riding and driving horses. Tho latter feature tho good peoplo of Torouto borrowed from over the liuo iu tho States. Well, wo will chargo them no tariff on tho idoa. At the samo time, however, wo must warn them that good judges uro of opinion tho horso show in America as an event of fashion and society has seeu its best days. SOLD TO ALL POINTS: Moro and moro attention is constantly being paid to the tlanu of horses from OHIO, IHD1AHA, ILLINOIS, which much is expected in any lino. It WISCONSIN, litis been found that any old mare, halt, lamo and blind or rawboued and Hat MISSOURI, KAHSftS, footed and siub sided, will by uo means MEBRASK, COLORADO, do to mother tho present day horso, whether a liuo carriago animal is wantARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, ed or a runner or trotter. In trottiug . m, TEXAS, stock dams with a record of thoir own ure very carefully looked for when it is S0UTH-WEdesired to breed a llicr. This is us it 'BS WEST, should be. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS Tho dam has more influence on tho AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. foal than she has hitherto had credit for Breeders aro beginning to find this out. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE Childo Harold, tho horse that won such fauio us tho pioneer of tho trotting UlllMAN VESTIBUIED COACHES, turf in England, was tho first American ' SLEEPING AND DINING CAR! trotter to lx shipped abroad. That was 20 years ago, und it was tho beginning YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE SEE THAT of a trudo that has now reached considtWOLK$WESTERN RAILROAi erable proportions both in Great Britain aud on tho continent. Childo Harold CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. was of kindred blood with Maud S. Descrlptli Write for Rate. Mbj. Com aud cobmeal ground and fed to tunphleu, to any Station Agent, or to M.r. BBAOO. ALltN MULL, gether do not hurt horses, as somo hart Uf.SI.Sir.VIUU Tra'.IU- Vu if 1)1.. SfU tu'irsM(crl(t. claimed. i KOMUK.YA. f""W.O. NORFOLK AND w11h fast. whom they could aillllnto nud exchange views, so Mr. McCumley and his family hnd to pet them nml try to mnko thorn happy and contented. "They hnvo uo trees to sleep In at night; thoy havo no pump handles or wagon poles or cows' backs to perch on. They don't havo nice fresh anglewonnstogladden them when tho sun peeps over tho easrerr. hill. They don't havo nice moist garden beds to scratch up. So wo must try to make them happy in somo way." Then ho would send his lwy out in tho back lot to dig worms hko a youug fisherman to mako them happy. They llually became so tamo that this tamoness amounted to affection. They would wander Into tho kitchen und llo under tho stovo as contentedly as if in a dust holo under a gooseberry bush in nn old fashioned garden. They would wanLive Stock Notes. Toronto holds a spring stalliou show der up and down stairs and perch on tho every year in ApriL This year tho horso hat stand or tho chandelier, and ono day fanciers mado a full fledged society event Mr. McCumley baw them lly Into ono of of tho affairs and added to it exhibitions tho windows, only to discover when ho Gal-brait- to toach ron ijiieak-chicken- s Those who have used Dr. King's New Dlscov ery know its alue and those who have not have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a tnal bottle Iree. Send your name toll K. ItucUcn ,V Co , Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as well as a cony of Guide to Health and Household Instructor free All of which Is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at A. R Penny's All Freo willing to lurnish Wagons, cither single or double, or very LOW PRICES. Tht boy s in and around town will also find us the peo Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has ple to ileal wttn. atop wttn us wnenin lownat ever 'been offered here. I would call special atcourts aud entertainments and your horse and vetention to hicle will be well cared for. O. II. COOPER Myers House Stable, htanferd, Ky. S; u s always ready and FOB CASH ONLY, 1 WIRE ami SLAT FENCE Mill work drugstore Soo tho World's Fair for 16 Contu. Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in stamps we will mall you our Nuenir irtfolio of the World's Columbian Kaposition The regular price is 50c, but at we wantooto have one we make the price nominal You will fird it a work of Art and a thing to be prued. It contains fuli pago views ol the ?real buildings, wlthdescriplicusof same nnd isciecutt-- In the highest style ol art If not satisfied with It alter you iret it we will refund the stamps and let vou keep the book. Address H. E. llucklen .V Co , Chicago, III. IRON AND STEEL .ROOFING Something to Beautify'.the Ladies. at City Prices. SPRING AND SUMMER. Mad. of OakJPickets, the cheapest and best fence in the uatkel I Dally openinipg. New Hats, flowers and lacesl We cite the assurance M the trade that they wil find..-in our establishment the same esclustvcncss ...... -- ...,. i -! ..f U l.JIC UI 1'IC1U, L.i. ..JI.. M. !. lL MU UIJIJV.. I1U -- II .(,1. Ieallng novelties in Millinery for which we aie Known miougnoui ine couuirf. 1 hate secured a trimmer for thesealun, 1 I14UKIIIK juu iui ,A. 1.11T1.1 wr fully solicit your patronsge heretofore so hi crally M D DUUUKKAR- besuwed. ... ..! The Myers House; P.W. GREEN. Proprietor. : : 1 first-cla- ss - ni'.ii Stanford, w-- : Kentucky. KAlt uuiiunKAK, .Manager. JAMES F. UOLDA3I, Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democracy. Noteniber election, t8;i TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New, I am still running this n Hotel and will continue to gne my guests the robust alien ll as the best the market atlurds. tnas Special Attention' to tho Travel- ing Public. W. S. BURCII, Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. x. WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS went up stairs about nn hour later thnt If a candidate for Superintendent ono of them had laid nn egg in tho wash- Schools of Lincoln county; subject to of Public tho action basin. Just then ho heard n great com- ot the Democratic tarty. running down motion down stairs, ond was greatly surprised at tho 6ceno that I will take all the I can ITfrrin forcatli or In trade hides leather get mot his gaze. It seems that Philemon tor li days at Stanford or at my home in on that was tho name of tho bantam motr court F. B. RIL.EY. Proprietor, Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Note superloi workmanship and low prices. London. 77 lULj, Otten-lel- SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perlectly clear poplsror yellow pine flooring at ispei hundred. As low aa $150 per hundred. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better than ever to accommodate the public, ood Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. -- Chat. Ennslin, Tanner D. S. CARPENTER, 18S Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthy of consideration. Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boardinK at St. 50 ptr hundred. As low as $1 ;) per hundred. Allpatterns and thicknesses ot Ceiling tn yellow Has more nice Furniture than was ever in IIus- pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low aa Si. as per hundred. Double dressed lumber as lo aa J j per Phaetons. w0re good Surreys and Cultivators, hundred. Ueautilul vellow pine finishing lumber, Plows . w''!' quarter pak, dec. Save money by giving us you. Binder nd was ever seen here. He orders. ths public to call and see hit stock and get THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lsncailwr Hustonvlllo, Ky., f'W ,llul". ,"""" I'" J. r 'THE HEALING W'ATERb" STILL FLOW FROM OLD M. S. IlAl GHMiN, W. Bavciiman -- NORTH-WES- T, S1 Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery more than a century ago, these famous Springs have given r.ealth and pleas, ure to a mighty army ol Invalids and Tourists from all parts ol the world. The Springs are M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. HARNESS SHOP NORTH AND EAST. They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Now Open for Reception of Guests. Uoatlng. Bowling, Billiards, Dancing. Driving, FishiDft. Outdoor Games, Good Muiic, New Livery, An Excellent Cuisine, And alt that goes to make your visit enjoyable. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. TERMS MODERATE. Board and Rooms, 3 to S15 per week. Special Rates to Families and Societies. For further information apply to GTJ8 HOFMANN, Prop., s Crab Orchard, Ky. Will guarantee prices. Tiy our Time-Table- s, B01J0E.Ti. rj.r - HIGGINS & McKINNEY, asr J??irj Jcrgy-.-i- r BLACKSMITH SHOP. work!' .n.i "fcetory first-clas- s xLai$akczZ Kxzzzzsixi&tK&fQm'yw'miKKiK: jl. 1 j i' m . .n. ,- .- . rv-r- -rm " -